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Neighborhood Watch (2005)

Not Rated | | Horror, Thriller | 19 October 2005 (USA)
Nothing bad could ever happen on quiet, tree lined Wormwood Drive. At least that's what Bob and Wendi Petersen thought, before they met their new neighbor... Having moved across country so ... See full summary »

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Graeme Whifler

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Graeme Whifler
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Credited cast:
Terry Becker ... Judd Sowell
Randall Bosley ... Jake
De Anna Joy Brooks De Anna Joy Brooks ... Tina Yardley
Tommy Callahan Tommy Callahan ... Naked Homeless Man
Price Carson ... Fire Captain
Janice Davies Janice Davies ... Mrs. Berryman
Tim Devitt ... Detective Black
Eileen Dietz ... Mrs. Crews
John Ennis ... Scotty
Gil Glasgow ... Donnie
Fritz Greve Fritz Greve ... Fireman
Jack Huston ... Bob
Pell James ... Wendi
James Kayten ... Dr. Harding
Irwin Keyes ... Vernon
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Nothing bad could ever happen on quiet, tree lined Wormwood Drive. At least that's what Bob and Wendi Petersen thought, before they met their new neighbor... Having moved across country so that Bob can begin a dream job with Zeecor, a large industrial corporation, the newly married couple looked forward to starting a new life together, far away from the crime and violence of the big city. Zeecor even provided them with a spacious company home on a peaceful suburban street. What more could a young couple ask for? But behind every perfect neighborhood, there hides a dark secret. On Wormwood Drive that secret is named Adrien Trumbull. Seemingly friendly, yet disturbingly intense, the hulking Trumbull welcomes his young new neighbors with a greeting of a box chocolates and kind words. Touched by his neighborly gestures, Bob and Wendi gratefully accept Trumbull's thoughtful gifts and friendship. However, Trumbull is not at all what he seems to be. Behind his welcoming grin lurks a dark ... Written by Matthew Chernov

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Never take candy from strangers.

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Horror | Thriller

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USA

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English

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19 October 2005 (USA) See more »

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Deadly End See more »

Filming Locations:

Victorville, California, USA

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Cafe Productions See more »
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Morbid and disturbing.
23 July 2012 | by HumanoidOfFleshSee all my reviews

A young couple Bob and Wendi Peterson moves into a desolate neighborhood as a part of Bob's new job in the company called Zeecor.However their neighbor Adrian seems a little bit strange.He brings them a box of poisoned home-made chocolates as a welcoming gift. Soon the couple are spending most of their time on the toilet with a heavy diarrhea.After this poisoning attempt Bob and Wendi realize that something is very wrong with Adrian and tell him to leave them alone.Such unkind behavior of young couple makes Adrian furious and all hell breaks loose..."Neighborhood Watch" is a nasty and disturbing horror film that left me speechless.The cinematography is excellent as it captures perfectly the atmosphere of isolation and madness.The film is not as gory and disgusting as some people claim,but several scenes are truly sick and bizarre.We see Adrian masturbating by sticking his finger in a half-sewn hole in his stomach while stabbing himself in the testicles with a hypodermic needle or incredibly yucky self-taught surgery performed on Wendi.The main characters are well-developed,the direction by Graeme Whifler is excellent and the special effects are very realistic.Overall,"Neighborhood Watch" is a hauntingly morbid and upsetting indie horror flick that teaches us one thing:never take candy from a stranger.9 out of 10.


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