A reformed hunter living in isolation on a wildlife sanctuary becomes involved in a deadly game of cat and mouse when he and the local Sheriff set out to track a vicious killer who may have kidnapped his daughter years ago.
When a routine traffic stop results in the unexplained, grisly death of her colleague, a cop (Mary J. Blige) realizes footage of the incident will play for her eyes only. As the attacks mount, she races to understand the supernatural force behind them.
Five American soldiers assigned to hold a French Chateau near the end of World War II. This unexpected respite quickly descends into madness when they encounter a supernatural enemy more terrifying than anything seen on the battlefield.
Every Day's A Nightmare
Written by Doug Conlon
Performed by Fear of Sleep
Courtesy of Surrogate Records See more »
First half is a slow burn, second half is slam bam
I saw a few early reviews suggesting this was an adult action version of Home Alone, they were all full of crap. The movie is a bit slow at the start before it gets interesting. When there are action scenes they are quite well done (and graphic). Kevin James actually acts well but since everyone has only seen him in comedies and he specialises in dead-pan comedy with no emotion his dramatic acting feels like he is going to do something stupid at some point. The young girl that plays Becky is good, but not as amazing as other reviewers want you to believe. It's a good 90 minute thriller movie but nothing to get too excited about.
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