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How far can a man be pushed before he snaps? The staff of Logan Online Publishing finds out on one terrifying night in the office. On the day Matt McClaine gets fired, he exacts his bloody revenge on anyone unlucky enough to be working late. From his superiors to his co-workers no one will be spared Matt's enraged quest for justice. In the case of this online publishing company, firing one disgruntled person means having to re-staff an entire office.Written by
Great plot with potential. If this had been produced by someone like, Gregg Hoffman, it would have NAILED it! Although Amateur acting, there were some good scenes. The "Killer" really didn't need a mask, they all knew who he was, it was all for show.
You have your typical office gossip and office fling, but with pretty poor acting. The one main character, Tess, shows high potential of acting and the best was really the last 20 minutes of the movie.
You also have your usual "Don't look the Other Way!, while on the phone" scene and some other pretty predictable scenes.
I was entertained, but if I had to, I would watch all of the Saw movies over 10 times more before watching this one hour long movie again.
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