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Deadline (2011)

Not Rated | | Mystery, Thriller | 16 May 2013 (USA)
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Kyle and Sarah are starting a life together in a renovated house in Hollywood Hills, on the same property where the original house burned-down a decade earlier with its owner vanished. ... See full summary »

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Chris Tasara

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Chris Tasara
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Credited cast:
Gary Hudson ... Brills
Jules Willcox ... Sarah
Paul Francis ... Kyle
Pancho Demmings ... Jackson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Richard Anderson ... The Mark
Ayelet' Ayelet' ... Maya (as Ayelet Ben-Shahar)
Todd Borrel Todd Borrel ... Fight Club Bouncer
John Bruce ... Neil
Jack Carlisle ... Jay
Sako Chivitchian Sako Chivitchian ... Fighter #2
Al Daniels Al Daniels ... Russian Mugger
Lyla Dee Lyla Dee ... Jacuzzi Girl #2
Marie Lyn Deja ... Sandy
Kristen DeLuca ... Veronica (as Kristen De Luca)
Kristy Dowe ... Fight Club Girl #1
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Kyle and Sarah are starting a life together in a renovated house in Hollywood Hills, on the same property where the original house burned-down a decade earlier with its owner vanished. Despite certain rumors about the property, the couple decides to acquire the home of their dreams. But they quickly encounter bizarre occurrences around the house. And when one of their friends disappears and the forensics expert assigned to the case is found murdered, they realize they're being targeted in a twisted cat-and-mouse game. Enter Detective Brills, a hard-boiled homicide detective who's been trying to solve the riddle of the house ever since the fire. He's more than determined to help the couple to find out what's really going on around the estate. But he too cannot stop the murderous rampage that begins to claim the couple's friends and associates, one by one. After finding human remains in the crawl space, Kyle and Sarah slowly learn about the unspeakable events that took place and realize... Written by Chris Tasara

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A past curse. A present evil. Who will survive?

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Mystery | Thriller

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USA

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English

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16 May 2013 (USA) See more »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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Connections

Followed by Moving Targets See more »

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Masquerade
by Chris Tasara, copyright 2009 BMI Publishing
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Nice surprise from what I feel is an up and coming Director
22 February 2013 | by hlbaumSee all my reviews

I love movies, big budget and small. For me, there are times when the flash, bling, gadgets, explosions and CG just overpower a film and take away from the story line rather than add to it. To me Deadline was a pleasant surprise of what can still be accomplished on a shoe string budget given the right cast, crew and of course story line. When I first saw Deadline I really didn't know the cast that well. Low and behold shortly after viewing the film I started realizing that I have seen many of the actors on both the large and small screen. Two of them just recently went on to do the new TV series Chicago Fire Deadline does an amazing job of setting the viewer up right until the last minute. This movie sucked me into the plot as I became comfortable with the actors on the screen. Suspense, horror, a little bit of blood and shooting always get my attention when not just done for shock value. The solid performances by the actors and the addition of suspense kept me intrigued from beginning to end. The cast and crew did an incredible job of making a solid motion picture that will be enjoyed by the big blockbuster fans to the purists who prefer the indies. It will be interesting to see how the writer/Director does with his sophomore effort as there is plenty of room and reason to keep his cameras rolling.


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