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By Appointment Only (2007)

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Jane heads to the country in search of a new life. Her car breaks down in a small town, and in the local diner where she takes refuge is offered a lift to make her appointment to see an old... See full summary »

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John Faust

Writer:

John Faust
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Cast

Credited cast:
Matthew Barry Ryan ... Lyle (as Matt Ryan)
Belen Greene ... Jane
Nancy Sinclair ... Lillian
Annya Broderick Annya Broderick ... Girlfriend
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sam Neely Sam Neely ... Chauffeur
Jason Rupp Jason Rupp ... Boy
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Storyline

Jane heads to the country in search of a new life. Her car breaks down in a small town, and in the local diner where she takes refuge is offered a lift to make her appointment to see an old house she wants to fix up. Jane and Lyle ride out to the house, and become friendly, until reaching their destination. Lyle ties Jane up and leaves her in the house, where a waitress from the diner returns later and reveals her dark, supernatural secret. The town is a trap and all the locals are in on a scheme to lure people out to the house and use them to propel their thirst for new life. Written by John Faust

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Buying a house can kill you.

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Short | Horror

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 February 2007 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$125,000 (estimated)
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Stereo

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Incredible
12 May 2008 | by billbraggSee all my reviews

I caught this film at a recent film festival and was blown away. It was mistakenly programmed alongside several amateurish, poorly scripted, horror films, making this one even more striking. But make no mistake, this is no amateur effort. The director, John Faust, obviously went to great lengths to make this special. The result, is an exceptional job in every aspect. It was well cast & acted, beautifully shot with saturated colors, and the screenplay was very creepy and felt professionally written. The climax was actually hard to watch. I would definitely give this a "high recommend" to all horror fans and even to those who aren't.


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