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Dark Minds (2013)

Haunted by horrific nightmares, Beverly seeks professional help to keep her sanity. She is desperate to find a way that will separate her nightmares from reality.

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Credited cast:
... Jennifer Foxcroft
Nicole Lasala ... Beverly Wentworth
John Trent ... Dr. Eric Fenton
Kevin O. Peterson ... Detective John Moore
Amber Paturzo ... Jamie
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Brittney Cacace ... Hostess
Zac Deane ... Boy friend
... Cult Girl 1
... Boy Friend
Chara Victoria Gannett ... Cult Girl 3
... Cult Girl 2 (as Anna Gravél-Foss)
Molly Kay ... Nicole
Daniel Scott Gabriel Murray ... Arresting Officer
Taylor Schultz ... Cult Girl 4
David Wallace ... Waiter
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Haunted by horrific nightmares, Beverly seeks professional help to keep her sanity. She is desperate to find a way that will separate her nightmares from reality.

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What if you couldn't tell where your nightmares stop and reality begins?

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Waste of time
13 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

Even from the beginning title scene, you KNOW there's something wrong with this movie: odd transitions, blurred images, and echoed voices. It's one thing that this was all intended; but it just DOESN'T WORK.

Now let's talk about the acting. The psychologist's daughter (Jamie), as well as the psychologist (Jennifer), it's obvious that this isn't acting at all; a more accurate term is "role playing". The acting is really that bad.

The sound is inconsistent at best. Peaking is a common occurrence in the movie, and it can be, at times, difficult to hear voices.

Camera work is very strange -- perhaps on purpose. Most shots are close-ups. Combined with the odd, fading transitions and blurry effects, you get the vibe that something's not right. Maybe that was intended, but it's definitely not what you might expect in a traditional movie.

Save yourself the disappointment of a wasted night, and don't watch this movie.


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