The paths of a desperate man and an imprisoned young woman cross unexpectedly in the den of a mysterious killer.


Dylan K. Narang


Dylan K. Narang
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Caitlin Stasey ... Chloe
Markus Taylor ... Andrew
Leah McKendrick ... Emma
Sorel Carradine ... Angela
Rachel Melvin ... Ashley
JT Vancollie ... Sam (as J.T. Vancollie)
Danielle Green Danielle Green ... Victim
Holly Twyford Holly Twyford ... Elizabeth
Bindu Mgolgi Bindu Mgolgi ... Maid
John Towey John Towey ... Customer
Gregory Lee Kenyon ... Spotter
Jonathan Erickson Eisley ... Vagrant
Katie Owsley ... Lindsey
Paul Louis Harrell ... Downtrodden Man
Kevin Cassidy Kevin Cassidy ... Tormentor


The paths of a desperate man and an imprisoned young woman cross unexpectedly in the den of a mysterious killer.

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Horror | Thriller


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The reason why the movie seems disjointed is because they filmed the first part and then took a break. However, during the break lead actress Caitlin Stacey booked another role and never returned to finish the film. So the filmmakers needed to figure out some way to complete the movie without their lead actress, which led to the parallel plot featuring Andrew. See more »


When Andrew arrives at Elizabeth's mansion, there is several inches of snow on the ground. Yet, the next day, when Chloe opens the door, there is nothing but green grass and full leaves in the trees. See more »


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A near miss.
19 July 2017 | by Random439See all my reviews

The premise is good: a girl wakes up, tied up in a room full of other girls who have also been kidnapped. She's the only one who's conscious, and a killer is dragging them off to die one by one.

But then the movie tangents into some guy and his problems, and although the two stories ultimately merge together after jumping from one to the other, his entire tale is slow-moving enough to sap the energy out of this film almost entirely.

Meanwhile, our heroine is the kind of person who does some smart things... but who fails to think of so many obvious ways to try to help herself that the bad writing kills any sense that she's actually intelligent.

Also, the film-makers seem to have such a lack of understanding of basic physics (not to mention how ventilation shafts work), that it kills a lot of the suspense that they're trying to build, putting a final nail into the coffin of this movie.

While there are some decent moments, I would not watch this film again, and I'd really like to have back the time that I invested in it. If you're bored, and not looking for anything really good, give this one a go... but only if there's nothing else on.

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Release Date:

21 November 2016 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

I Want You I Need See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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1.85 : 1
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