A young girl gets to break free from her suffocating and overprotective father but this father who was close to the Nazis and even closer to Adolf Hitler won't allow it. In a fit of rage, he drowns her and then buries her in the grounds of his country home. He lies to the police and his worried wife claiming he knows nothing about her whereabouts. For reasons unknown, his wife then murders him by poisoning him. Years later, four young women travel to their professor's country home and discover its malevolent past.Written by
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Not even worth a REDBOX rental
Movies like this are the reason I don't , as a rule, let NETFLIX or REDBOX pick my next movie choice. Just awful. The "acting," the pacing, the tired plot, the horrible production. Andrew Divoff (barely) saved it from being a total 0-star movie. Avoid it. You know it's a bad movie, when you scream at the screen, "OMG, kill the little girl, already!" I did. Repeatedly. Not because it was a valid way to destroy the evil, but because she was SO annoying. I've seen high school plays with better performances.
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