The Marcomb County Police Department obtains footage of several troubled teenage girls documenting violent and disturbing behaviors. This footage is being released to general audiences for ...
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The Marcomb County Police Department obtains footage of several troubled teenage girls documenting violent and disturbing behaviors. This footage is being released to general audiences for viewing as a public service. Note to audiences, this is reality at it's most sincere and disturbing. Criminal cases are pending on several of the seen individuals in the film.Written by
There's nothing to spoil here, because this is barely a movie. This is not found footage. I watched this title on a free Roku channel, because it was listed under Horror. It's not that, either.
The film follows a group of teenaged girls as they hang out, do drugs and cause a ruckus. It's hard to tell whether the actors followed a script, or mainly improvised using a basic outline.
The 10 star reviews here are obviously fake. From the information available, it seems the "director" couldn't decide whether to stick with the found footage story, or use it to market the lead, who is also his wife, as a "HOT" new star.
There are scenes with a cat that I found genuinely disturbing, and I've watched Cannibal Holocaust and Bad Boy Bubby without flinching. If the Humane Society were on set, they would have pressed charges.
Also, scenes with an underage actor were disturbing. What parents would allow their child to be filmed in this trash having pills and alcohol poured down her throat?
Other than that, the saddest thing is that some of the performances were actually good. I watch a lot of low budget horror with terrible acting, but Dana Ceres and some of the others are quite natural on screen. Do a search on her name to find out why she and Sean Peden bothered to film this dreck.
It's too bad Ceres seems to have no interest in making real movies.
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