If you can get over the horrible lighting, the God awful camera-work (think shaky and out of focus quite a few times), and Tommy Dreamer's annoyingly bad acting, it's actually a pretty good movie. I'd never watched anything with Rachel Jane Conn in it before, but turns out she's one hell of an actor. She could teach some of the so called A- listers a few lessons in how to scream like you're in actual pain, or conveying a plethora of emotions with your facial expressions alone (looking at you, Kristen Stewart). James Duval was also great, but can't really comment on his acting without giving spoilers. I really liked the premise and the script as well, and the twist, and even the ending. Those are really rare in B (or C, in this case?) movies. Go ahead and give it a shot; you might like it too.
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