Producer Matt Rush designed the shot in the film where the camera follows Lenny up the staircase after he hears the sound of the chainsaw. The shot was pulled of by having Rush follow Lenny up the stairs with the camera and in mid shot, pass the camera, smoothly and slowly up to Trapani, who was waiting to receive it at the top of the stairs. It took six takes in order to pull of a smooth, invisible pass on screen. This "pass the camera" technique was also how the shot of Lenny jumping over the fence was done. See more »
A young man persuades his younger brother into robbing a chain of houses with them.
Unfortunately for them, one of the houses on their list belongs to a sadistic serial killer.
Once again, the only super review on IMDb is from a guy who only reviewed this film -- in other words, he worked on it.
The movie is VERY amateurishly directed.
The acting is pretty poor overall.
The only saving grace is the basic story which is interesting but not enough to compel you to stick through this movie.
Too bad. Would have been way better in the hands of a director who knew how to sustain the tension.
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