When Luke Williams arrives at his late grandfather's cabin, he discovers a mysterious puzzle leading to a dangerous secret.


Xandy Smith


Jack Kelley





Cast overview, first billed only:
John Ruby ... Luke Williams
Kerry Knuppe ... Alex Derringer
Antonio Jaramillo ... Demien LeBlanc
Jesiree Dizon Jesiree Dizon ... Nadine Simms
Kate Connor ... Harriet
Timothy Brennen ... Sheriff Riley
Daniel Nguyen ... Mitch
Pablo Castelblanco ... Diego Gonzalez
Ann Russo ... Mary Beth
Alexis Boozer Sterling ... Newscaster
Chandler Hill Chandler Hill ... Grandpa Ralph
Gary-7 ... Dr. Sheffield
Julia Farino ... Simmons
Ally Iseman ... Susan
Jack Kelley ... FBI Agent


Luke, a young professional in New York City, learns his grandfather has disappeared under strange circumstances and is presumed dead. When he arrives at his grandfather's remote cabin, he finds a series of clues and puzzles, each more baffling than the last. With the help of a woman from his past and an eccentric sidekick, he must unravel the puzzle before someone else gets to the dark secret it hides. Written by Empire Builder Productions

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An obvious lack of experience
12 March 2020 | by nickolasramSee all my reviews

The acting is...not great. To be fair, the actors are having to work with a script that feels like it was written by a film student in their first semester at college. The dialogue is stilted and awkward. The characters say what they need to say to progress the meandering plot without feeling like they're taking part in an actual conversation. The characters are also flat and don't behave like normal people a lot of the time. The movie meanders along as it doesn't feel like there are any stakes involved for most of the movie and the puzzles aren't exciting enough to draw us in. Everything (plot, premise, characters, fx, acting, etc.) really fell apart after the part with electricity (if you watched this movie, you know what I mean.) Everything went so campy, corny, and cheesy after that moment. The directing is functional. You're 50 times more likely to get what you want out of this movie from "National Treasure"

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26 October 2017 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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