Vinessa Shaw (Dr. Jane Mathis) and Aaron Stanford (Miles) had previously starred together in the 2006 movie 'The Hills Have Eyes' as a couple. They played Lynn and Doug respectively. See more »
In the beginning of the movie when Vinessa Shaw's character is leaving a message for medication, she gives a 5-digit NPI (National Provider Identification) number. Real NPI numbers are 10 digits long. See more »
I Want You For Christmas
Written by Dave Antrell, BMI
Collecting Publishers Extreme Australia Pty Ltd
Original Publishers Autopower Music, BMI, Stethoscope Music, BMI
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Every horror site I visited the last week(s) showed me the trailer of this netflix original. Netflix do make good series but for horror you don't have to go to them. Trailers did show some nasty shots so I gave it a try.
Is it worth watching, well if you are into action or horrors that give you the creeps then this isn't a good choice but if you do like psychological horrors with a twist then I recommend it.
The opening sequence of Clinical offers some nasty shots because it involves a child doing awful things. Once after that this flick turns into a flick about characterisation and psychology. I can't go too deep into the story because I would be spoiling.
Here and there it do gives some bloody scenes but it's at the end that the real horror comes back and the red stuff do sputter around. The ending will leave you with a few questions.
Overall i enjoyed it but I solved the puzzle quickly. Some say that a lot of scene's were too dark and I agree here and there. The effects used were above mediocre and done on-camera without CGI.
This flick will have his pro's but also a lot of contra's because it's a mixture of horror (begin and ending) and a thriller. Not for the gorehounds but for those who can dig a good riddle mixed with red stuff.
Gore 1,5/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 3/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5
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