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A couple love their new house, bought for a steal out of a foreclosure. During their first visit they find illegal drugs stashed in the walls, and they realize this is not their dream house. As they are about to leave, suddenly their exit is blocked by a gun-wielding neighbor Spector and his accomplice. They come to realize the house is hiding more than drugs - it's the operation center for mass drug czar who is buried beneath the floorboards. On the run from the professional killers who want the drugs and evidence, the resourceful couple will need to turn the tables on their attackers to survive. Written by
This film falls into the same formula as a horror film, which is, in order for something to happen a character has to do something stupid. In this case multiple characters are very stupid. The writer couldn't move the story forward without one of the characters doing something really dumb, which in turn kills the 'suspension of disbelief', at which point I get angry because I can no longer enjoy the film. What a waste of a decent budget. I have no problem with the acting, after all, most actors need to take whatever they can get for work. I personally thought the film was made to look too dark. It seems as if there is some kind of competition in the film community to see who can create the darkest picture and get away with it.
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