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Thirty Proof Coil (2010)

Not Rated | | Horror, Thriller | 9 July 2011 (USA)
A young woman is kidnapped by a mysterious stranger and chained in an eerie, dilapidated barn. Unwilling to play the victim, she plots a daring escape. With thirst and hunger bearing down, ... See full summary »

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Woman
Tate S. McCullough ...
Man
Lana Roberts ...
Jim Van Dam ...
The Clown
Annie Cosho ...
Mother
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Akuma ...
WonderMutt
Norma Campbell ...
Park Person
Nick Corbin ...
Park Person
Michael Crabtree ...
Park Person
Deirdre Finnegan ...
Park Person
Cassandra Gray ...
Housesitter (voice)
Mick Maddox ...
Park Person
Whitnie Mauney ...
Park Person
Al W. Middleton ...
Park Person
Jennifur Miller ...
Fake Shemp (as Jin Miller)
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A young woman is kidnapped by a mysterious stranger and chained in an eerie, dilapidated barn. Unwilling to play the victim, she plots a daring escape. With thirst and hunger bearing down, her grip on reality loosens. Can she free herself from the chain and the haunting visions? Why is she here? Is that strange presence outside the barn her imagination or the reason for her capture? Written by Anonymous

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The references in the film to Alice Cooper were in the original script prior to Calico Cooper (Alice's eldest daughter) having signed on to play the part of "The Woman". In fact, Schmeckpeper had forgotten about the references until after he'd sent Calico the script. Once he'd remembered having written them, he was certain that Calico would turn down the part (she didn't, of course). See more »

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Thriller
25 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A unique and original spin on an idea and story we've seen before. It takes twists and turns that were unexpected but still plausible. Calico Cooper manages to hold the screen the entire time and does it very well.Going into it I was a little concerned as I was unaware that Ms. Cooper was an actor. But, she proved quickly that she is in fact a talented actress with a healthy range and power that comes from skill and hard work.

I read one review that lambasted this film, but I couldn't see why. The film has a professional look and quality to it and as for the negativity regarding the writing, well, it's easy to mock that which we can't do ourselves. So, rent this movie or buy it, whichever you can. You won't regret it.


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