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Sight (2008)

Jeffrey leads a quiet existence. Living in constant fear of being labeled a psychopath, Jeffrey constructs a complex world of denial. He is haunted by the spirits of the vengeful dead, ... See full summary »

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Clayton Haske ... Jeffrey
Allison Persaud ... Dana
Frank Traynor ... Uncle Ron
... Paul
Philip Raymond ... Jeffrey's Father
David Hartman ... Young Jeffrey
... Det. Walters
Donna Earl ... Mrs. Dorris
Godfrey Rayner ... Wes
David B. Johnson ... Henry
Roosevelt Darby Jr. ... Mark
Bowman Wright ... Dillon
Andrew Borthwick-Leslie ... Dr. Bennet
Cheryl Scungio ... Dr. Bennice
Doug Layne ... Nurse #1
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Jeffrey leads a quiet existence. Living in constant fear of being labeled a psychopath, Jeffrey constructs a complex world of denial. He is haunted by the spirits of the vengeful dead, which he can see while no one else can. After meeting Dana, a beautiful young woman who shares his "sight", Jeffery finds comfort in knowing someone shares his affliction. But his comfort is short lived. Dana suddenly goes missing and Jeffrey is left alone to find the answers. Written by evilcarrot

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He's Not Just Seeing Things.

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for violence and language
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20 May 2008 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Sight - Wenn deine Gabe zum schlimmsten Albtraum wird  »

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1.78 : 1
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One of the worst movies I have ever seen...
28 May 2008 | by See all my reviews

I watched this movie to completion because I sat in utter disbelief at how awful it was... like watching an accident in slow motion. The acting, editing, sound editing, special effects... EVERYTHING was terrible. Every performance was underwhelming and for the most part seemed improvised. The absolute worst part, though, was the sound. There was clearly no post voice-over work done with the actors, so it relied on sound that was captured by the initial shoot. This left it mismatched with the sound effects/score which was WAY louder that the dialog forcing me to continually adjust the sound between conversation and 'action' sequences.

I won't even get into how inane the story/writing was... there is really no point in discussing it seeing that the movie misses the mark on every other aspect of the production.

Definitely skip this waste of time.


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