While on a class observation trip at a local mental hospital, young psychology major Abby Jones (Christine Evangelista), has a chilling encounter with high-risk patient, Harmon (Dominic Purcell). She returns home for an evening of normal study with her two roommates unaware of the darkness shes awakened within him. Later that evening a storm moves in, while Harmon escapes leaving a trail of death, as he makes his toward an unsuspecting Abby. Meanwhile, Abby and her roommate Lynn (Carly Chaikin) receive a visit from Carter Thomas (Scott Elrod), the neighbor cop across the street, warning them about a local peeper lurking in the area. He reassures them that he is close by and as long as they keep their curtains closed and doors locked they are safe. Little do they know, not even Carter can protect them from the rage unleashed by Harmons newfound obsession, Abby.
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Clarence T (ru) wrote: Bored me, definitely made for kids.
Alailson B (jp) wrote: Fraqussimo de ritmo e com um roteiro cheio de exposies artificiais, o filme acaba se valendo pelo timo elenco.
Isaac O (it) wrote: I saw this online about three months ago and too my delight I spend about three hours of amazement. The plot is amazing and the characters really shine themselves in this movie. There are twists and turns everywhere and no matter how much time has passed you are anxiously awaiting for the next scene. The only drawback towards this film is that you have to see the entire anime series to fully appreciate and understand this film. Even if someone has never seen the anime series this is one good movie to watch but they may be confused and not comprehend what kind of movie this is.
Jacob P (jp) wrote: A poor werewolf story with some bad acting cheesey effects. Some parts were fun I guess...but it tries too much to be a cult classic. Also, the ending sequence (and the climax) were pretty bad...and they could've done way better.
krystin g (ag) wrote: if its the movie i think it is its very graphic!
sharyn m (ca) wrote: Really good. But she shouldnt cheat on him with his sisters boyfriends. Scum!
Nora B (kr) wrote: I love Brad Renfro and Dominquie Swain together, they are just so perfect when they work together.
Kevin M W (nl) wrote: Okay/decent little sci-fi effort about a small town hotel proprietor who wonders about his curious new guests who seem just a hair out-of-step with the times. Its a nice idea w/o the budget to take things to the next level and that's too bad. And a couple of times Daniels has to overact to sell the piece, but overall its an alright consideration you leave wishing for more out of.
Jeff B (ru) wrote: A tale of the one story where whoring kind of worked out, aided by the most ridiculously powerful shotgun blasts of all-time. Actually, this film was pretty good for what it was. Everybody's right here in that the story's a really low-rent version of "Bonnie and Clyde", but with far more allusions to Scorsese's work in the future. (In particular here, there's lots of foreshadowing of his work in "The Last Temptation of Christ.")
Adrian B (ca) wrote: Big fan of Simon Pegg but it's the mediocre script that's at fault here suffice to say it's a pretty average black comedy
Er P (de) wrote: Perhaps the slowest most boring movie ever made. Less scary and more predictable than staring at your toaster.