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Slink (2013)

TV-MA | | Horror, Thriller | 14 June 2013 (USA)
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In the rural town of Wickenhaven, a psychotic tanning salon owner is responsible for the disappearances of many young, innocent girls, while his wife, an exotic purse designer, is willing to overlook his evil nature.

Director:

Jared Masters

Writers:

Jared Masters (screenplay), Randy Masters (additional material) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Julia Faye West ... Aunt May
Dawna Lee Heising ... Joan
Anthony Del Negro ... Aaron
Art Roberts ... Dale
Danika Gould Danika Gould ... Kayla Nunez (as Danika Galindo)
Jacqueline Larsen ... Hailey Nunez
David Saucedo ... Xavier Nunez
Tristan Alexander Tristan Alexander ... Brandon
Jade Bryce Jade Bryce ... Michelle
Jael Lloyd Jael Lloyd ... Candice
Cosondra Sjostrom Cosondra Sjostrom ... Sara
Marylyn Brooks Marylyn Brooks ... Courtney Nunez
Samantha Poole ... Lindsay
Geo Sargent Geo Sargent ... Lorenzo
Emmanuelle Weisbach Emmanuelle Weisbach ... Rebekah
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After the unexplained death of their Uncle Arlo, Kayla Nunez and her sister venture to his home in the rural town of Wickenhaven. They plan to claim their share of his estate, but their trip takes a drastic turn after discovering that their uncle's house is occupied by a mysterious relative, Aunt May, who may be harboring deadly secrets. Complicating matters is the deranged, lust-filled tanning salon owner, Dale, and his exotic wife, Joan, whose business in designer handbags is the backbone to the entire town's economy, and possibly the darkest fashion controversy the world will ever know. Written by anonymous

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Beauty is only deep skinned.

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Horror | Thriller

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TV-MA

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The tanning bed used was a Wolff System SCN model from 1983. See more »

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Truly Atrocious
9 June 2016 | by t-w-andersonSee all my reviews

Literally the only way this movie could be even remotely watchable is on Theater Mode (which is a movie-ridiculing show), and even then it's painful. I don't claim to know much about movie production but I'm reasonably sure that even I could've done a better job of this film than its director. The total lack of talent and expertise is obvious throughout the movie. The direction is so poor it looks like every scene was done in one take regardless of its quality. The writing isn't nearly as bad as the acting, and even so it's still not great. There are some movies that are bad enough to be funny, but this film surpasses the funny margin. It's so bad it's not even funny. Do not under any circumstances watch this movie unless it's on Theater Mode.


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Country:

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Language:

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Release Date:

14 June 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Virgin Leathers See more »

Filming Locations:

Hollywood, California, USA

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1.78 : 1
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