City-boy Raymond returns to his hometown and finds a vengeful ghost is terrorizing his house. Therefore, this man-child recruits Becca, a badass local bartender, to solve the mystery of the spirit threatening people's lives.
Richard Bates Jr.
Matthew Gray Gubler,
A young man (Matthew Gray Gubler) attends the funeral of his biological father, a man he never knew, only to meet a mysterious, quirky stranger (Jere Burns), who claims to have been best ... See full summary »
Matthew Gray Gubler,
Liz wakes up in Hawaii on her 10th anniversary and finds her husband is dead and she has been accused of his murder. She finds the only way to prove herself innocent is investigate on her own despite all obstacles.
Lance Reed is forced by a psychotic stranger to confront his duplicitous past. Seeking retribution for a crime, the man forces Lance to reveal his inner most secrets by systematically removing his limbs.
It started with a couple dead bodies and $68,000 in stolen cash. Chip Taylor's girlfriend Liza had the perfect plan to rip off her rich sugar daddy. It should have been an easy in and out kind of deal. Nobody would get hurt and they would come out of it with enough loot to solve their problems. But things started going wrong as soon as they were inside the rich man's house, and for Chip it was only the beginning of the longest, most terrifying ride of his life.
Yes, it's violent. Yes, it's bloody. But still, everything feels out of sync. The lead actor is devoid of charisma, which doesn't help matters, and some of the scenes - and dialog - are unintentionally hilarious. Plus, that lead character is as stupid as they come. I mean, the poor lad makes the same mistakes repeatedly. Sure, the cast looks good, but this is almost a parody of the trailer-trash neo-noir films of the past 20 years or so. Is it supposed to be a comedy? Nah, the timing is off for that. Boy, AnnaLynne McCord (from Excision) has grown up.
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