Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Emily Parker, Chris Kies
Director: Jake Cashill
Genres: Mystery & Suspense
Rachel Marks is obsessed with her dentist. When he refuses to keep treating her, her fragile psyche cracks and she sets out to make herself part of his life by any means neccessary.
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Romee T. from HOUSTON, TX
Reviewed on 9/8/2011...
ITs very different
1 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Honest freshman attempt, bad supplements
Steve Kuehl | Ben Lomond, CA | 10/14/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The film contains a great deal of heart in fulfilling a first-time wish list in a suspense/horror/comedy. The lead actress was utilized for her buxomly attribute, but not in a way where it was gratuitous. Otherwise, a low key, low budget, low acting skill take on the psychotically obsessed stalker genre.
The story follows a voluptuous gal as she mutilates herself (and her teeth) to facilitate repeat visits with her target/dentist. As the stalking becomes more serious, danger, framed betrayal and suspense ensue. By far, the most uncomfortable moments would be in the lengthy and sometimes graphic depictions of what this gal goes through in causing herself pain. The dentist actor bedroom scene is vanilla (with another actress playing his wife) and each time the main gal disrobes they cut away as to try and focus on there being a performance by other then those two guests. The supporting acting was average to poor, the sound has both 2.0 and 5.1. The supplements include:
* A 20 minute "making-of". I have never seen one like this but I suppose I give them props for trying. They went back to the Plainfields in Jersey two years later and filmed them talking about the locations (ie: "we filmed the bar scene here two years ago - looks like it is closed now, let's film through the window to see what we can see...", "here is the dentists chair she sat in", etc.). Painful.
* Photo gallery. Admittedly one of the only DVD photo galleries where they have a slide of the bedroom scene.
* Commentary. His first major film, and I realize the heart that went into making this film that he both wrote and directed.
The lead gal is something to look at and she really does the over-the-top role adequately. Not an outright recommendation, and there is a bit of dislike out there for this film, but have no expectations and you might get some light entertainment out of it."
Well....i don't know what to say...
Ooi Yeow Pin | New Jersey, USA | 07/12/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The story was mediocre, the acting was okay, i guessed!!!
And that girl was sick, really sick, terribly SICK!!!"
A fair movie...
L. A. kreger | Elgin,Illinois | 03/14/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I just watched this movie today after i had been wanting to for a week or so.And so after watching it i think it is pretty fair.The story has been done before,a sort of Fatal Attraction story.It was weird and the main character was interesting.Some of it was silly and some of it was quite interesting and the acting was good and fair in other instances.The main actress Emily Parker i believe did a good job.She played the character well,changing the emotion and mood well.Her making herself go back to the dentist,self harm was interesting and painful to watch if you like your teeth.I didn't expect too much from this,and the cover does grab your attention if you see it had the video store as i did.It is an interesting take on the idea,with extra details that the filmaker must hope helps it stand out from others in this genre.Rent it and check it out for yourself.I think the actress that plays the dentist's wife is also well played with real emotion."