When a 9 year old child prodigy is kidnapped and held hostage by international human traffickers, the head of Protective Services, Inc. (Tom Sizemore) is hired to track down the bad guys, ... See full summary »
This is a serious "how not to make a movie". Basically if you're a new director or producer, do the opposite of what this movie did. This is the typical movie on the shelf at a gas station for 2.99. First off the Cinematography was poor. It looked like a 7th grade student handed in his first project. The best acting came from Tony Todd but was severely weak compared to his other outings. They billed it like he was the main star but he was in it for maybe 5 whole minutes. Judging by this and the previous "Self Storage" the director and producers have no idea what they are doing. Shooting on a weak DSLR really makes it hard to watch and the poor sound quality and non stop Godsmack songs really kills any horror vibe that they tried to make. I was truly hoping for a decent horror experience but what I found was a lack of experience from the film makers. 1/10
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