When Christian, an LA trust-fund kid with casual ties to Hollywood, learns of a secret affair between Tara and the lead of his film project, Ryan, he spirals out of control, and his cruel mind games escalate into an act of bloody violence.
Nolan Gerard Funk
A prominent psychiatrist at a state run hospital wrestles with madness and a dark supernatural force as he and a female police detective race to stop an escaped patient from butchering five people held hostage in a remote mansion.
When Daniel Glass is misdiagnosed with a fatal disease he begins to notice how everyone around him treats him better, so he decides to keep pretending that he really is sick. This leads to more lies, and, eventually, crimes.
A crime, revenge thriller about pseudo political power play, some conspiracies, and of course: Werewolfs and vampires in the United States of Europe!
Well, one could think this might sound good in a silly but fun way.
Sadly, such a possible illusion vanishes into thin air as soon as the first scenes are over and you know you have a real stinker at hand.
This so called film doesn't know what it wants to be and ultimately ends up as a complete disaster. The story in an incoherent mess, the dialogues resemble juvenile babbling at best, the so called action scenes are to 100 percent lame and terribly edited, plus each and every actor is unable to perform above elementary school play level. Lohan's career appears to be have flushed down the toilet for good now. Not a big loss, though.
The probably only positive thing to say is the locations have a certain flair. But that's really all there is. Not enough to have kept me awake, so I saw the first half and the "ending". At least it was a good nap.
Budget:$12,000,000 (estimated) as IMDb states?
Only if a scheme was involved to rob tax payers money via accessing government film funds à la Uwe Boll.
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