In Sofia, Bulgaria in 1992, an American doctor takes a detour in life when he helps a mysterious woman escape from her would-be assailant and becomes a victim of mistaken identity, as seen in the Alfred Hitchcock classic North by Northwest.
Ordered to a delinquent camp by their exasperated parents, a group of wayward teens fall foul of a deadly virus that infects the guards and turns them into flesh-eating monsters! Gristle ... See full summary »
Two kids befriend each other after being left stripped nude in a lake as the victims of an immature summer camp prank. They run away from camp and for three days learn more about each other than they've ever known before.
College student Holly Teller (Elisabeth Harnois) is drawn to the mysterious small town of Riddle, Pennsylvania in search of her missing brother. Against the will of the local Sheriff (Val Kilmer) and town elder (William Sadler), she begins to unravel a mystery connected to an abandoned psychiatric hospital on the edge of town, uncovering a terrifying past the town is determined to keep hidden.Written by
Near the end, when Holly is trapped in the hospital she sets her tormentor on fire. He lights up and is severely burned but his clothes are completely intact and not damaged by the fire at all. See more »
This movie is a utter piece of crap. I sometimes give these not well known movies a try and it sometimes turn out good. This film I have watched many times, mainly because of the mood it creates, a time and place you want to go back and visit The only link i could get between the name of the movie, was that it happened in a village called " Riddle " This is the first time I have ever written about a movie good or bad, I felt like writing something because of the first reviewer in solvethis.net said some good things about it. I kept waiting. I guess he doesn't get out much to say anything good about this movie. Again the Acting is so poor you can tell at the beginning of the movie alone I intend on writing about movies in the future because I watch my share of them.
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