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Rupture (2016)

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A single mom tries to break free from a mysterious organization that has abducted her.

Director:

Steven Shainberg

Writers:

Brian Nelson (screenplay by), Brian Nelson (story by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Noomi Rapace ... Renee
Michael Chiklis ... Bald Man
Kerry Bishé ... Dianne
Peter Stormare ... Terrence
Ari Millen ... Dr. Raxlen
Lesley Manville ... Dr. Nyman
Sergio Di Zio ... Van Driver
Morgan Kelly ... Tommy
Mayko Nguyen ... Stacey
Percy Hynes White ... Evan
Andrew Moodie ... Ian
Jonathan Potts ... Blake
Brendan Jeffers ... Seth
Jean Yoon ... Colette
Joel Labelle ... Captive Man
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Without even knowing it, Renee, a divorced single mother, and her rebellious teen son, Evan, are being under surveillance in their own home. But who is the one behind the hidden cameras, collecting all this information about this unaware family? Before long, an odd car breakdown will set the stage for Renee's violent abduction, where a group of anything but good Samaritans will take her to a state-of-the-art hidden laboratory to conduct a string of horrifying psychosomatic experiments on her. What are the intentions of Renee's unfeeling snatchers? Written by Nick Riganas

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Face Your Fears.


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Official Sites:

Official site [Japan]

Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 April 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Pekniecie See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada See more »

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2.35 : 1
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The wall behind Renee in the detention room repeats the pattern of the famous "Shining" carpet. See more »

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The quantity of the chemical shown injected into the protagonist would have killed her. It was simply too much volume for anything except a saline solution and would have resulted in anaphylactic shock and death. See more »

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Dr. Raxlen: If you find out what it is, then you've made real progress.
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Shy and Out of Season
Written by Ralph Joseph Frustaglio, Robert Bolton, Alex Punzalan
Performed by Broad Way Sleep
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If you like creepy bad B-horror flicks, you'll probably get a kick out of it.
29 June 2017 | by HellmantSee all my reviews

'RUPTURE': Three and a Half Stars (Out of Five)

A psychological horror flick directed by Steven Shainberg (who also helmed the 2002 cult classic 'SECRETARY') and written by Shainberg and Brian Nelson (who also wrote the 2005 cult classic 'HARD CANDY'). It stars Noomi Rapace as a single mother that's abducted by a mysterious organization, and then subjected to severe fear-inducing torture as part of some secret experiment. The film also costars Michael Chiklis, Peter Stormare and Kerry Bishe. It hasn't been well received by most viewers, or critics that have seen it, but I enjoyed it.

Renee (Rapace) is a single mother struggling to deal with an abusive ex, who's also her son's father. After dropping the boy off at his dad's for the weekend, Renee is abducted (on the road after blowing a tire) by a secret organization. She's then taken to an unknown location, where she's injected with chemicals and subjected to torturous fear-inducing experiments. Renee encounters multiple other people being held there, who are also being subjected to the same horrendous experiments. When she's left alone, Renee breaks free of her bondage, and then begins sneaking around the location in an attempt to figure out what's really going on.

The movie definitely has a cheesy B-horror movie feel to it, but I like that feel in films (if it's done well). This movie is really creepy, and effectively nightmarish to a certain extent. I always have to give those things credit. Rapace gives it her all in the lead (like always), and the supporting actors seem to be having a lot of fun with their creepy roles. It's definitely not an especially well made (or well written) movie, but it is fun and entertaining (in my opinion at least). If you like creepy bad B-horror flicks, I think you'll probably get a kick out of it (like I did).

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