A woman leaves her husband in their hotel room and finds she's unable to return. After inquiring with the staff, they insist that not only are they not registered guests, no one has seen her before. Panic and confusion begin to take hold.
Beneath the Alaskan landscape, the melting permafrost is about to drastically alter the tranquil scenery. As the permafrost thaws, underground rivers of volatile liquid Methane are created,... See full summary »
Tim and Cheryl Broadbent are excited to finally adopt Mona, a beautiful baby girl until the baby's biological father starts stalking them, and their world turns upside down, through intimidation, manipulation, and violence, he is determined to take his daughter back. Written by
When a police officer is showing Tim and another officer security footage, the photo revealed is a reverse shot of the famous Columbine security footage, of Eric and Dylan in the cafeteria of the Columbine high school. See more »
Adopting Terror, deserves so much more credit than it deserves, under one million dollars, I was expecting a terrible film, but instead I got a decent film with great use of locations in it. The plot is about a married couple adopt a baby (that was taken from her biological father) but suffer the consequences of the father being around for too long. It's a predictable film, because it's been done a million times, but their was a great effort put into the production. If you're a fan of B movies, I suggest this may be the one for you. I overall give it a 7/10, The Asylum have been surprising me a lot lately, it does show they truly do have some talent after-all. -Trent Browning
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