Drama / Horror / Thriller

IMDb Rating 5.7 10 3,618


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April 13, 2019



Alexa Havins as Lindsey Harris
Joe Swanberg as James / Mattie's boyfriend
Kristina Klebe as Sharon / mother
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868.25 MB
23.976 fps
120 min
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23.976 fps
120 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by rashelle-04969 1 / 10 / 10

What???!!!! Sooo confused

How come no one brought up the fact that the husband murdered someone in the basement! He grabs the girl outta the tub then tortures her in the basement. It's never brought up by anyone like we're all just gonna ignore the fact that it happened

Reviewed by Seth_Rogue_One 8 / 10 / 10

Gets it right occasionally, but rarely

Some scenes are really well-crafted (the extreme slow motion scenes in particular are gorgeous) so there is definitely some talent behind the camera. But, and that's a big but, the pace is at a snails speed at times and you really get the itchy trigger finger for the fast-forward remote button a lot. I think had it been edited down to 90 minutes it could have been a fairly effective movie over all but as it is you really need to have a lot of patience with it, it's 2 hours long but it feels even longer. And the second hour of the movie doesn't quite come together as well as I'm sure they intended, which is a shame because it does have a pretty cool plot which reminded me a bit of French horrors more so than American. So yeah overall a strong 4 or a weak 5 from me.

Reviewed by charles000 8 / 10 / 10

Very twisted, but fantastically interesting . . .

This production is more than just a bit different, not sure what this could possibly be compared with. To suggest this deserves serious credit for an original concept in edgy psych thriller plot themes might be a bit of an understatement, though I will admit, shades of Mulholland Drive did come to mind. Even if edgy psych thrillers aren't your usual cup of tea, you might want to take a chance on this one. Far from being just a typical slash and gash nothing of a film, this one actually has a genuinely engaging plot, intelligently constructed and delivered through a series of existence vignettes which come together like an n-dimensional gig-saw puzzle. The challenge here is to describe what happens in this story, without stumbling across a possible spoiler threshold, so I'll keep fairly mum on specific plot details. A minimalist description would be a series of intersecting lives, wrapped around a particularly edgy violent scene at the start of the film, but this is not a gore filled series of crazy death scenes . . . though there will be some of that further into the plot. The important aspect here is that these scenes are not just gratuitously tossed in as punctuation plot points, but are genuinely integral to the composition of the story. That's not the point of the film. My take away on this was the bizarre but actually believable series of character studies of the people involved, and their own particular flavor of delusional fantasies that shape their chaotically unraveling lives, or what remains of them. The casting was superb, all of the main characters were spot on, but far and away, the real gem of this production is Kristina Klebe's portrayal of "Anika". A more perfect match for her hardened, knife edge sharp, tattooed persona could hardly be imagined. As for the creative construction and direction, this is by far Zack Parker's best work yet, at least in my opinion. Maybe it's a bit over the top for some, but I can go with a solid 8 on this one.

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