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After arranging a meeting with a stranger from an online dating site, Valora falls victim to an abusive psychopath. But rather than trying to flee she decides to play his game and ultimately turn the tables on him, with the hunter becoming the hunted.Written by
There's nothing new to anyone who's into this sort of low-budget bloodsport. After the first ten minutes, the viewer can tell exactly what is going to happen, so it becomes not about the story but how it's executed. The whole thing relies on the psychopath bad guy being menacing, which does not quite work because of the predictability, weak dialog and slow pace. None of the actors do a terrible job, but the trouble is that none of them do a particularly good one either. I guess some people will be happy with the number of body parts severed and people shot. I was bored. See Wolf Creek (2005) if you want to see kidnapped people properly tortured.
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