Tribeca Film, American Express,

Peter Cilella, Vinny Curran, Zahn McClarnon, Bill Oberst Jr., Kurt David Anderson, Emily Montague, Skyler Meacham

Michael (Peter Cilella) and Chris (Vinny Curran) have been best friends since childhood. But while Chris has grown up and is newly married, Chris is in the throes of meth addiction, and is constantly out of his mind. Chris is living in a remote abandoned house by himself, sleeping on the floor, and taking drugs all the time. Michael sets out to find him, imprison him in the house, and wait for the drugs to wear off and force him through withdrawal to try to save his life. But it’s not going to be that easy. Turns out there are some other people around, and the house in on some private property, and the owners are not very nice. With someone out to find and kill them both, they will have to rely on their wits, something Chris is not very good at, to try to survive. But they keep getting strange packages delivered with something unusual inside.

This is a thriller that has some serious suspense to keep you on the edge of your seat as you try to figure out along with these two, just what is going on and why. It’s definitely a strong thriller, and for an unknown little film, this was surprisingly watchable. Not great acting, not a perfect story, but it’s well done in a low budget sort of way, and I enjoyed watching this very strange little movie. Vinny does a pretty good job as the unpredictable gun toting addict, and Peter is very good as the uptight yuppie trying to help him. But the bad guys in this movie are the best, and they certainly do keep you guessing.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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