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Slip (2006)

Not Rated | | Thriller | 23 May 2006 (USA)
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A girl with the power to communicate with the dead helps a small-time car thief seek revenge against the gangsters who killed his nephew.


Brian Maris


Brian Maris



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Donald Turner Donald Turner ... Cal (as Don Turner)
Jill Small ... Sarah
Hosea L. Simmons Hosea L. Simmons ... Tre (as Hosea Simmons)
Sky Soleil ... Tommy
Hajji Golightly Hajji Golightly ... Deon
Rob Flowers Rob Flowers ... Red
Stacey Paige ... Julia
Phillip Jeanmarie ... Parnell
Michael Balin ... Cop
Lilas Lane ... Mom
Allie Carieri Allie Carieri ... Young Sarah
Robert R. Shafer ... M-16 Man (as Bobby Ray Shafer)
Johnny Palermo ... Gumbo (as John Polermo)
Erik Meinerth Erik Meinerth ... Jake
Chad Vincent Chad Vincent ... Spike


"Slip" is the story of Sarah, a young woman who witnessed her mother's murder as a child. Now grown, Sarah is haunted by her mother's memory, her restless soul, opening a gateway for the spirits of the recently departed. Sarah is compelled to do their bidding so their souls may rest in peace. One of these souls leads her to Cal, a young car thief who is one car away from going legit. Unfortunately, Cal is wrongfully accused of stealing from his partners and now they want him dead. Sarah, drawn by the spirit of Cal's murdered nephew, becomes an avenging angel, awakening a dark spirit of her past while risking all to save a total stranger. Now in a race for their lives as well as their souls, Cal and Sarah soon discover that there are far more fearsome things than men with guns. Written by Brian Maris

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Release Date:

23 May 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Long Beach, California, USA See more »


Box Office


$50,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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References Sesame Street (1969) See more »

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God help us all
19 November 2006 | by spokulator36See all my reviews

As one person commented; "The gairl(sic)in the lead was a little weak, it would have worked better if she was better looking but the rest of he cast made her seem more watchable." Does anyone else take issue with this crass remark. Since when did someones looks have anything to do with their acting skills. Also what makes think that anyone has to live up to your shallow, immature, take on life and your sexual stereotyping? I suppose you must be American.

The film was extremely well executed for the money outlaid. I feel that the script was a weak and this showed particularly in the first quarter of the film. This improved as the action commenced. Still, it seems like a teen flick with violence which leaves it without a proper audience.

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