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Sorrow (2015)

Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Horror | 21 April 2015 (USA)
A couple of depraved killers find themselves in a different situation when the survivor takes matters into her own hands.

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A young woman is abducted by serial killers and subjected to brutal treatment. She escapes from her confinement and finds a way to return to exact vengeance. She then becomes a prime suspect in the investigation of the killing of her captors. After she is caught by the police, she accuses the Chief of Police of having been instrumental in hiding the serial killings which were committed by his son.

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The only characters who were kept, from the original cast in the short film, were Dale (Eric Martinez), Mila (Vannessa Vasquez), Hersey (Mary Etuk) and Gambit (Brenden Whitney). See more »

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Was this a Student Film? YouTube Movie? It's just awful!
9 September 2015 | by See all my reviews

Blair Witch Project had a more steady camera than this garbage. Horrible writing, acting, lighting, cinematography, and directing. When a movie has the same writer and director, I'm always worried- having a different director allows for two visions to unite and for the second person to see any plot holes the writer may have missed. Clearly this plot holed waste of time was written, directed, and produced by the same person- because no one in their right mind would green light this "film"... It's almost worth watching just to see how horrible it is. A few notes for anyone trying to make a B-Rate horror flick... 1. Opening credits are not needed when everyone is a NO NAME- thanks for wasting more of my time to read names I don't know or care about. 2. Get to the point, don't drag dialogue that is meaningless 3. Character development is not needed, unless it's an Oscar worthy performance- do not "try" to character development more than 2 people, I'm watching b- rate horror for fun, scares, and gore - not some backstory that means nothing on 5+ characters. 4. Lighting, yes you can cheat camera angles and film in 2 different locations and have it appear to be the same location- BUT when one angle has a blue tint and the other has a red, it's beyond laughable... Or when it's extremely sunny on the white guys face but the black girl has zero visible facial features bc it's so dark in the same room as the white guy. It's just sad, I've seen high schoolers make better movies. Do not watch, unless you want NO GORE, BAD ACTING, PLOT HOLES, and GAPS in the FILM, COMPLETELY MISSING AND UNEXPLAINED... It's not even funny how bad this movie is.


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