A tutor recounts a frantic night that culminated in a 16-year old girl's disappearance. Unfolding in front of a video camera direct from a psychiatric ward, Gaby Winters (Jennifer Morrison) recalls a dreadful babysitting job that sent her on a frantic search for a missing teenager out into the heart of a mysterious city. Woven into the story are a multitude of subplots that add up to one chaotic night that Gaby will never forget.
- Stars:Jennifer Morrison, Jesse Spencer, Leighton Meester, Daniel Roebuck, Olivia Burnette, Connie Ray, Victoria Garcia-Kelleher, Ian Brennan, Aulani Rhea, Earnest Rhea, Michael Novick,
- Director:Kevin Palys,
- Writer:Kevin Palys
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(br) wrote: Pretty good. This one shows a bunch of misfit kids with powers who are trapped in a time loop and need the help of a young boy visiting from the future in order to save them from the Samuel-L-Jackson creatures trying to eat their eyeballs... It's a bit weird, but entertaining.
(es) wrote: Now I wouldn't normally say this due to the fact I fuckin' LOVE gore, but, unlike the 1st and 2nd films which I really enjoyed, this just seemed like an excuse for 'gore for gore's' sake and it got a little boring.Now say what you will about that statement, but you can keep it to your-fuckin-selves coz it's my review and my opinion! OKAY!?The fun onscreen captions when a new character is introduced became tiresome and unfunny. There were too many characters that you couldn't give a flying penis about and there was just no plot and considering the plot was hardly existant anyway, it just made for an okay 70 odd minutes.A shame as I mentioned, I enjoyed the last two movies, the second being my fav.
(us) wrote: confused as hell bad angle everything
(jp) wrote: Has the feel of a made for TV film. Guy Pearce can't even save this.
(jp) wrote: More than just a ghost story. Excellent use of sound and music. Amazing visuals and cinematography. Great story, great build up, and legitimately creepy, shocking even, but also satisfying and darkly poetic.
(de) wrote: Comedic advertising romp with Doris Day and Rock Hudson. Fun stuff! A favorite!
(fr) wrote: There's only so much Hugh Grant one can stand.