A psychological thriller about a man who bumps into an old crush and subsequently becomes obsessed with her, leading him to hold her captive underneath the animal shelter where he works. ... See full summary »
The film was shot in 18 days and edited in 4 weeks on a budget of $300k. After the delivery date was moved up, the director didn't have any input on several final visual FX shots because the post house had to cut them in and deliver the movie. See more »
At the start of the movie, "young" Lily has the device put on her left ankle. Later, when Lily is released and sticks her foot out the door, the device is on her right ankle. See more »
My, my... Hell is emptying and the devils are all here.
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A film that makes good use of its limited resources
The plot has no obvious continuity issues, and the scenes are carefully thought out, if a bit naive - but in a positive, honest way. It could even be called a spiritual sequel to the 'episode' with the demon girl in V/H/S, the influences are clearly there but the story is constructed separately, in a neat narrative. The actors are refreshingly on par, nice chemistry between the cast shows through which is always good. The movie is not a huge production, and it does not try to be. This is a good thing because it shows focus on what can work. And it is not lazy or jaded, nor does it look 'poor'. The few downsides it does have come naturally from a lack of budget, but they are not distracting. Other than that, it manages to feel like a properly engaging movie.
I am certainly not sorry for spending the time to watch it.
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