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The Redsin Tower (2006)

A teen girl's psychotic ex-boyfriend follows her friends to Redsin Tower, where a night of partying quickly becomes a fight for their very lives.

Director:

Fred Vogel

Writers:

Fred Vogel, Shelby Lyn Vogel (as Shelby Jackson)
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Bethany Newell Bethany Newell ... Kim Abrahams
Perry Tiberio Perry Tiberio ... Mitch Allen
Jessica Kennedy Jessica Kennedy ... Becky Adams
Meghan O'Halloran Meghan O'Halloran ... Emily Dickson
Peter Schmidt Peter Schmidt ... Phil Pepper
Billy D. Martin Billy D. Martin ... Carl Hinze
A.C. Earing ... Steve Jacobs
Fred Vogel Fred Vogel ... Curtis Pepper
Shelby Lyn Vogel Shelby Lyn Vogel ... Sandy (as Shelby Jackson)
Kathie McDermitt Kathie McDermitt ... Smoking Woman
Nathaniel DeMarco Nathaniel DeMarco ... Big Ed
Cristie Whiles Cristie Whiles ... Redsin's Wife
Jerami Cruise Jerami Cruise ... Mateo Redsin
Stephanie Bertoni ... Redsin's Victim
Lee Ford Lee Ford ... Redsin's Victim
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A teen girl's psychotic ex-boyfriend follows her friends to Redsin Tower, where a night of partying quickly becomes a fight for their very lives.

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The most disappointing movie of the year?
1 December 2007 | by DVD_ConnoisseurSee all my reviews

"The Redsin Tower" is, for me, the most disappointing film of 2007. Hyped as a major underground genre film, the release on DVD was a much anticipated affair. In fact, I held off watching the movie for several weeks until I was really in the mood for what I believed would be a splendid treat. I wish I hadn't bothered.

While the opening credits promise stylish production values, the film soon starts to descend into a chaotic mess. While early scenes are okay, the moment the film intends to start building tension, everything falls apart.

This is a poorly executed vehicle and a lapse in form for Vogel and the Toetag gang. Coming across as a poor man's "Evil Dead meets Dark Waters", this is a film that will disappoint many, including die-hard Toetag fans.

5 out of 10 for the stylish opening credits, a decent soundtrack and solid effects. While some of the dialogue is entertaining, the film immediately starts to suffer as it enters genre territory.

A genuine wasted opportunity.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 October 2006 (USA) See more »

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Toe Tag Pictures See more »
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Dolby Digital

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