The Lab of Madness, Film Science, Neighborhood Watch,

Macon Blair, Devin Ratray, Amy Hargreaves, Kevin Kolack, Eve Plumb, David W. Thompson, Brent Werzner, Stacy Rock, Sidné Anderson

Dwight (Macon Blair) is a homeless guy, living in his car down by the ocean. He’s a gentle guy, but just wants to be left alone. But when the cops pull him in to let him know the guy who murdered his parents is being released, he knows it means he’ll be coming after him and for his sister and her family which is all he has left. So he heads to the small town where he was raised to help his sister’s family as he confirms that his worst suspicions are correct. He must use all his wits to try to survive their revenge.

This was a surprising film. I didn’t expect a lot from this film, but I was pleasantly surprised. It escalated very quickly and the excitement built rapidly to a fever pitch. Very cleverly written, and a lot of suspense built up to keep us on the edge of our seats. One lone man against a slew of enemies is not a new topic, but this was done in a rather unique way. The twists were unexpected and it was interesting all the way through. Though no major stars, and a low budget independent film, it’s still very interesting, well crafted, and full of surprises. One thing you may completely miss, there is a familiar face among the Cleland family who is after Dwight. One of the family members is Eve Plumb, better known to many of us as Jan Brady, the middle daughter between Marcia and Cindy.

I actually really enjoyed this story and found it very well done. I would recommend it as a suspenseful thriller film that will keep you biting your fingernails throughout.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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