In a world where families are limited to one child due to overpopulation, a set of identical septuplets must avoid being put to a long sleep by the government and dangerous infighting while investigating the disappearance of one of their own.
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
Written by A. Falvo, P. Conlon, A. Alcala, J. Nitti
Performed by Wrad See more »
Good job from Steven Shainberg
Like most of the time before watching a horror movie I look it up on IMDb and look at the ratings it gets. And most of the time when the ratings are low, like for this one, I just read a couple positive reviews to try to give me an idea of what to expect. And when it seems plausible that it might be better then the ratings tell I give it a shot. So did I with Rupture, and I'm glad I did. Rupture deserves way more than it's actual ratings. The point of a good horror movie is that you are captivated by the story and that it keeps you on the edge of your seat. All credits go to the director Steven Shainberg that gave me everything I expected in a horror movie. Good actors, an intriguing story, a good soundtrack and choice of filming, but above all a lot of suspense. And if you honestly find there is no suspense in Rupture then you must have pay no attention to the movie. Rupture deserves better and if you like suspense without to much bloody details you will like this movie.
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