David has lost his girlfriend and his mind. Capps Crossing is his only refuge. When six hikers make the mistake of choosing Capps Crossing to spend the weekend, David will stop at nothing to make sure they never come back.
A modern retelling of H.G. Wells classic novel, The Invisible Man. Motivated by the death of his son, Griffin, a brilliant but eccentric scientist discovers a method to invisibility. He is ... See full summary »
As a fan of INDI Films I must say STRAY was such a treat! Not too much gore, no frontal nudity...gore and sex have always seemed like such a cheap trick to grab viewers attention if you ask me. Nena (director/writer) grabbed our attention with the story itself. STRAY offered a LITTLE of everything. Drama, violence, sadness, romance, suspense! How did Nena do this on such a low budget. Each character was well defined and believable...some more so than others. I personally had a special fondness for Edna. I wonder if the writer had someone in mind when developing Edna's character. Jennifer's character has a special knack for looking creepy one minute, lovable the next and pitiful the next...the pitiful Jennifer was my favorite. My heart at times bled for her. I think the actor has been in a few other SCREAMER movies? If not, she should be. Greg, who has from the get go reminded me of a younger Michael Keaton, plays a typical guy. I want to say more but I don't want to include any spoilers in my review. Sarah, beautiful Sarah. I will be looking for your beautiful face in more movies. Marvin, I seem to see you every where now that I know your face. Nena must have felt truly honored when you agreed to sign on as wonderful Marvin. When can we expect a sequel Ms. Eskridge.
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