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Stockholm Syndrome (2008)

Not Rated | | Horror | 8 November 2008 (USA)
Somewhere, in a sleepy rural area, an underground organization is operating. People are being kidnapped, beaten, and tortured beyond comprehension. They are then reprogrammed to succumb to ... See full summary »

Director:

Ryan Cavalline

Writers:

Ryan Cavalline (storyline), Jason Senior (storyline) | 1 more credit »
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Jason Senior Jason Senior ... David
Eddie Benevich Eddie Benevich ... Geno
Lisa Marano Lisa Marano ... Anna
Todd Humes Todd Humes ... Ty (as Todd David Humes)
Michael A. Migliore Michael A. Migliore ... Mr. Pollino
Todd Proesl Todd Proesl ... The Priest
Katie Russell ... Cabin Victim
Peter Blessel Peter Blessel ... Butcher
Frank Marano Frank Marano ... Mr. Black
Denny Dean Thomas Denny Dean Thomas ... Doctor
Lena Nazarei Lena Nazarei ... School Girl
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Somewhere, in a sleepy rural area, an underground organization is operating. People are being kidnapped, beaten, and tortured beyond comprehension. They are then reprogrammed to succumb to the will of their vile captors for their sick games and sold for the highest price. Written by Anonymous

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No One Escapes!

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Horror

Certificate:

Not Rated

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Inspiring
30 July 2020 | by reywal99See all my reviews

Bad in every possible way. It does show, however that anyone with an iphone and a handful of friends can make a movie and get it on "Prime." If the cast and crew had any talent this could be a film that would trigger outrage. Unfortunately they don't As such, it comes off as a bizarre comedy. As I mentioned before, a person can make a movie if they have friends willing to partake. The problem lies in the fact that moat peoples friends are not actors. Although I'm not a huge fan of most actors as human beings--many do have actual talent. Said talent creates a realistic viewing experience. This is just an assortment of people off the street in 'costumes' ad libbing some dialogue. There is not one genuine moment of suspense, horror or excitement because of these 'performances'. I'm all for people pursuing their dreams, but life is short. IF you watch this movie (without skipping) those are 80 minutes of your life that you will never get back. (I made it about 35-ish minutes before the scrubbing began.)


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Language:

English

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8 November 2008 (USA) See more »

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