Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Kelly Overton, James Haven, Sarah-Jane Potts, Hank Harris, Edie McClurg
Director: Mark Edwin Robinson
Genres: Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense
A young medical student is assigned to probe the mind of a psychiatric patient who warns her of danger from a mysterious man named Malachi. Genre: Feature Film-Drama Rating: R Release Date: 1-MAY-2007 Media Type: DVD
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Thrilling plot, unexpected ending. Fantastic!
Lisa W. Merritt | 05/07/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"True suspense and mystery throughout. I didn't know what to expect from this movie, and assumed it would be a bit boring, but I was wrong. I was on the edge of my seat most of the movie. It has an unexpected ending with many twists and turns. Definitely worth watching."
Christian F. Collison | Detroit, Mi United States | 01/14/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"So..I had some time to kill while doing my laundry and saw this movie was on my ONDEMAND. I decided to take a chance and watch it. I was surprised to be completely entertained through the whole film. There are some points where the acting is a bit overdone and the story does have a few ways it could be improved...but... how many big budget, over advertised, movies have crappy acting and yet make a lot of money just because they are either A) a sequel to a famous franchise (how many Jason movies do we need?) or B)have big name actors. This film is pretty darn good. I believe more movie makers should quit trying to make the next big, arty, trend setting, overly thought out movies and just do what films should REALLY be...a couple of hours of decent entertainment. I beleieve this movie accomplishes just that."
Reality or Hallucination?
Artist & Author | Near Mt. Baker, WA | 05/28/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"For most of this movie, I thought it was quite an interesting situation and it was quite captivating. Then, suddenly, it started an ending that left both my wife and me utterly confused and feeling we'd wasted our time watching the film. It seems that the movie makers couldn't tell the difference between reality and hallucinations any more than the apparent patients could."