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Leach (2011)

Not Rated | | Thriller | Video 7 October 2011
When recovering alcoholic Wes Chandler forms a new friendship with a corrupt police officer a cat and mouse game begins, and Wes must find a way to protect himself and his family from the new danger in their lives.

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... Wes
Thomas J. Smith ... Ron
Libby McDermott ... Sarah
Raymond Kester ... Curt
Jim Hunter ... Pastor Steve
Gemma Gould-Dougherty ... Amanda
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... Gary
Randy DeFord ... Policeman #2
Leland Franklin ... News Reporter
... Olan
Adam Shephard ... Detective #2
Larna Smith ... Cutie
Matt Stahley ... Policeman #3
Martin Allen Stapleton ... Glen
Dee Stotts ... Policeman #1
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When recovering alcoholic Wes Chandler forms a new friendship with a corrupt police officer a cat and mouse game begins, and Wes must find a way to protect himself and his family from the new danger in their lives.

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Even Evil has a Dark Side

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$20,000 (estimated)
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A movie with many twists, and an unexpected ending.
25 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

I thought it was an independent film that gets a good thumb up. It was quite dark though. Below is my list of reviews on different topics that you will probably notice when you watch the movie ( if you watch it ) too.

Music: Made sense, especially during intense sequences, but you could easily tell that it was recorded with an unofficial audio tape recorder, and it was recorded in a studio because you could here echoes.

Camera: Alright, but you could tell that it was a home recorder.

Dialogue:With the dialogue you could tell it was made locally, but still made sense and really told the story.


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