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The Unbroken (2012)

Not Rated | | Thriller | 28 September 2012 (USA)
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Sarah Campbell has to start her life over again after a messy divorce leaves her broken, lost, and alone for the first time in years. Having to live in a dumpy apartment complex with some ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Aurelia Riley ... Sarah Campbell (as Aurelia Rose)
... Bruce Middlebrooks
... Tommy (as Patrick Dennis Flanagan)
... Little Boy (as Ryan Smith)
... Psychic
... Vicki
Diane W. Saunders ... Mrs. Parks
Margaret Appaloni ... Mrs. Stubbs
Tony Maywright ... Trent
... Morgan Stevens (voice)
Lauren Patterson ... Ashley
Andy Ussach ... Waiter
Robert Giordano ... Mr. Snyder (as Bob Giordano)
Veryl Jones ... Officer Headon
Anthony Steven Giordano ... New Neighbor (as Tony Giordano)
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Sarah Campbell has to start her life over again after a messy divorce leaves her broken, lost, and alone for the first time in years. Having to live in a dumpy apartment complex with some interesting people is the least of her worries when strange things begin to happen in her new home including visions of a little boy in the mirrors. Passing them off as her "crazy imagination", things intensify when Sarah starts to have nightmares about being murdered and tossed into a shallow grave by a "shadowy figure". As her nightmares become more vivid, so do her encounters with the ghostly child who begins terrorize her and cause "accidents" wherever she goes. After a visit to a local "psychic/Paranormal expert", Sarah is told that she must help the ghost complete his unfinished business so he can cross to the other side. Through an encounter with her charming next door neighbor, Sarah realizes her neighbor is the "shadowy figure" that she has been dreaming about...and that he murdered the ... Written by Anonymous

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Thriller!
11 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

I have to admit, I got this movie just because Warwick Davis was in it...and I didn't really expect much. This is a low-budget film and is a little slow to get going, but I actually found myself really getting into it and enjoying the characters. Daniel Baldwin (how many of them are there???) was surprisingly good as the menacing neighbor. If you are looking for a horror film, you will probably be disappointed, but as a low-budget thriller, this one is actually pretty good. So if you are of for some suspense kick back grab the popcorn. As I stated it's more so a thriller.I have to admit, I got this movie just because Warwick Davis was in it...and I didn't really expect much. This is a low-budget film and is a little slow to get going, but I actually found myself really getting into it and enjoying the characters. Daniel Baldwin (how many of them are there???) was surprisingly good as the menacing neighbor. If you are looking for a horror film, you will probably be disappointed, but as a low-budget thriller, this one is actually pretty good.


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