A young wife and mother of two children is challenged to overcome her passive beliefs on religion after a serious car accident. Receiving haunting images of her past she is forced to make a decision that will decide her fate.
Thomas P. Clay
Emma Kate Abdoney
Young Emily Walton, who has suffered from psychosomatic blindness ever since the car accident that took her mother's life, must summon every instinct at her disposal to protect herself and her loved ones from a mysterious intruder.
There are B budget films you can enjoy, and then there are ones that make you wonder 'what was idiot making this thinking?'.
I marked this review with a spoiler tag, so if you really care more about spoiler than wasting hour of your life, by all means, stop reading now.
For some reason they wanted to set this film in Paris. Problem is, anybody who has ever been in Paris or watched films that represent it well, like recent Woody Allen one, will have hard time finding this setting believably represented either culturally or historically.
If you get by that part, the fake French accents these people are using are so horrible that even if their acting was not absolutely atrocious it would ruin ... actually you cant even ruin dialogues as they are written by person who simply cant do it.
As if French accents were not bad enough, "vampires" speak with badly done "Dracula" accent (weird fake Hungarian that sounds nothing like actual Transylvania accent, and more like bad Polish accent actually).
I seriously can pick any aspect of this film to discuss and it will still be garbage. Down to camera apparently being held by a monkey, and color correction being done by a color blind person. Music score apparently came from 'Things we cant sell to anybody sane Collection'.
Question I have is: were any of these people actually paid for this? Its fairly obvious none of them can do their job right.
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