When a girl goes to get an IUD implanted by a distant relative, he commits a deranged act which has deadly implications for those close to her.

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Lisa van Dam-Bates
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Credited cast:
Lisa van Dam-Bates ... Marla Mae
Travis Johnny Ware ... Jake
Katie Hemming Katie Hemming ... Jules
Jason Stange ... Dr. Lourdes
Palmer Chase ... Detective Wirtz
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adam Gehrke Adam Gehrke ... News Reporter
Daniel Gibson Daniel Gibson ... Prison Guard
Ashley Gonzales Ashley Gonzales ... Prison Nurse
Anny Havland Anny Havland ... News Anchor
Ben Leiataua ... News Anchor
Samuel Mikolon Samuel Mikolon ... Rapist
Brandon W. Roberts Brandon W. Roberts ... Curtis
Raleigh Salazar Raleigh Salazar ... Bartender Ryan
Sophie Sonya Schwartz Sophie Sonya Schwartz ... Courtney
Tonya M. Skoog ... Prison Doctor (as Tonya Skoog)
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When a girl goes to get an IUD implanted by a distant relative, he commits a deranged act which has deadly implications for those close to her.

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Your first time with her will be your last.

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Horror

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Actor Jason Stange was a fugitive during filming, having walked away from the halfway house which he was living in on probation for a 2006 armed robbery. Shortly after filming wrapped in Olympia, WA, the local newspaper ("The Olympian") ran a feature story about the film with photos that showed Stange on the film set. After recognizing Stange, agents from the U.S. Marshal Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force tracked down and arrested Stange. See more »

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PSA Warning: This one is so awful it scores below my minimum imdb rating of 3...
10 November 2019 | by mariusarSee all my reviews

I am a confirmed movie freak, one who equally enjoys watching films from across all genres, from Corman to Wells, Nolan to Scorsese, Tarantino to Troma, Carpenter to Aster, Kurosawa to Miike, Russo Brothers to Spielberg - you get the picture.

Rarely, if ever, have I witnessed a film with a combination of such pathetic writing and insufferably un-charismatic, beyond-wooden acting.

I can't decide which was worse - the writing or the so-called acting. I really, really hate to be so harsh, but the lead actress here gave a performance that was simply the most uninteresting, least engaging and most profoundly awful that I have ever had the displeasure to witness in my life. Honestly. Again, to be fair, this car wreck of a performance extends to everyone in the cast and likely the blame is equally due to the so-called writing.

There simply is not a single redeeming aspect to be found anywhere in this travesty.

I just changed my mind - this film doesn't even deserve a 2. It gets a 1 from me, a rating that in more than 15 years on imdb I may never have actually awarded to any film.

This one is just that terrible. Sorry again to be so very harsh - but I call 'em as I see 'em.


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USA

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English

Release Date:

13 April 2018 (USA) See more »

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Marla See more »

Filming Locations:

Olympia, Washington, USA See more »

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