Kyle and Sarah are starting a life together in a renovated house in Hollywood Hills, on the same property where the original house burned-down a decade earlier with its owner vanished. ... See full summary »
Kyle and Sarah are starting a life together in a renovated house in Hollywood Hills, on the same property where the original house burned-down a decade earlier with its owner vanished. Despite certain rumors about the property, the couple decides to acquire the home of their dreams. But they quickly encounter bizarre occurrences around the house. And when one of their friends disappears and the forensics expert assigned to the case is found murdered, they realize they're being targeted in a twisted cat-and-mouse game. Enter Detective Brills, a hard-boiled homicide detective who's been trying to solve the riddle of the house ever since the fire. He's more than determined to help the couple to find out what's really going on around the estate. But he too cannot stop the murderous rampage that begins to claim the couple's friends and associates, one by one. After finding human remains in the crawl space, Kyle and Sarah slowly learn about the unspeakable events that took place and realize... Written by
I'm typically not a horror/thriller movie fan, but the preview drew me in and it was definitely worth the watch. The Deadline was a much more "sophisticated" horror film from those I've watched in the past which made it more believable. It was full of unexpected action as well as suspense which kept me on the edge of my seat. It was shot in an amazing location, the characters were developed just enough, and the story line kept me guessing. I was impressed with the cast and their performances as well. It was entertaining and gave me the break from reality I was looking for. The Deadline is worth checking out if you need a horror film fix without too much blood and gore.
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