After going broke, Gwen Stevens is forced to return to her abandoned childhood home hoping to pick up the pieces of her life. Among the relics and memories of her past, she discovers ... See full summary »
John K.D. Graham
When Katie innocently accepts an offer to have new photos taken for her portfolio, the experience quickly turns into a nightmare of rape, torture and kidnapping. Now, she will have to find the strength to exact her brutal revenge.
Steven R. Monroe
The first 20 minutes of this film are incredibly tasteful. I can't stress how perfect the shots and camera angles are. As you watch, you can feel the fear building up inside you. The stress of the situation just completely floods your brain as you watch and wait for whatever your imagination can come up with. And then, all of a sudden, I saw the cheerleading outfit. I started to remember the trailer I posted for this film about a month ago and my excitement for fear quickly faded. But I kept watching First off, the dude's mask, not gonna lie, pretty creepy. Secondly, the scenes with the killer doing his thing, slowly torturing and humiliating his victims were pretty terrifying. So I kept watching and to my surprise, an ending that knocked me right off my feet. I shook my head, shrugged my shoulders and realized I could only say one thing. You can't judge a film by its trailer. Home Sweet Home is surprisingly a good little indie thriller/horror that definitely deserves a little attention.
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