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The Deep Below (2007)

Mystery and danger surround one young man's quest to find the secrets of his past, and the promise of his future in an underwater ghost town.

Director:

Rod Slane

Writers:

Ami Neder, Rod Slane
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Dohring ... Will Taylor
Marina Sirtis ... Sarah
Michael Dorn ... Carl Bennett
Jeff Corbett ... Joe Mitchell
Brian Shoop ... Saul Rogers
Dan Wells ... Brad
Courtney Mahurin Courtney Mahurin ... Maria Garrison
Robert Peters ... Abe Sampson
Gretchen Becker ... Beth Taylor
Becky Love Becky Love ... Carlita Garrison
Kristen Bramble Kristen Bramble ... Alyssa Erickson
Tonya Bordeaux Tonya Bordeaux ... Corrina Mitchell
Juli Erickson ... Martha Grady
James Field James Field ... Sheriff (as James T. Fields)
Greg Price Greg Price ... Nick
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Will Taylor has nightmares. He dreams of watching his father and aunt being murdered when he was only four years old. Will lives with his troubled uncle Joe Mitchell because his mother remains catatonic from the attack. Joe, who has his own problems with his girlfriend Sarah, has raised Will since the bank robbery that killed his wife and brother-in-law. Back in 1990 the whole town of Canyon Hills had to be moved because a new dam was built to prevent chronic flooding. The original town is now at the bottom of the lake. Will finds out that the stolen bank money was never found and begins diving to recover it and his past. Enter Carl Bennett, the bank robber turned murderer. Just released from prison, he is heading for Canyon Hills to recover the money he left behind. Who will get to it first? Written by CG Cristo

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At the bottom of the lake, one would die to find it... and one would kill to get it.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 March 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Walking on Water See more »

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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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flawed but nevertheless interesting...
5 March 2015 | by ccmiller1492See all my reviews

Not every film needs to have multi-millions of dollars wasted on it. Nor does it need to have the most noted multimillionaire directors and/or technicians.) Reviews have hit this title with the overkill of a sledgehammer. The story was supposedly based on true events, so lower-budget style and lack of slick polish just made it all the more credible and realistic. The so-called "missing" parts didn't bother me as most of them were understood without having to have every minute detail visualized. Dohring fans will like his character of Will, which he plays well. His teen-aged girlfriend and buddy were also convincing and winsome. The story had sufficient peril and action to keep a viewer interested. Actually it reminds me a lot of the "B" films of the 40's and 50's which were shot with minimum time and investment, many of which are better than the big budget A films and have worn better with age. That could very well happen with this one in time.


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