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Lance Kawas

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About the Movie

"In a picturesque city on the shores of Michigan, a series of mysterious murders all have an unlikely but common thread – Bryan Spikes, a hired insurance fraud investigator who gets more than a paycheck when he is inexplicably killed and then framed for the crimes. One year later, Alex Forrester (Mark Bierlein, Street Boss) arrives in the city claiming to be a writer researching the case. But as he begins uncovering the shocking truth behind the murders, his informants turn up dead, and he soon learns he may be next. It seems there is no-one he can trust, including Bryan’s ex-girlfriend Heather (Mena Suvari, American Beauty) and a new overly-friendly ex-sharpshooter neighbor (Tom Arnold, True Lies). The deeper he digs, the more his life, and Heather’s, is in danger. What is the secret in this city that everyone is hiding? What is Alex's link to Bryan? He must now set the record straight, not only for restitution, but for revenge."

Customer Reviews

Great movie

Very interesting movie! Worth every dollar!

Movie Review

Very exciting independent thriller! Tom Arnold adds a comedic touch that will keep you laughing throughout the film. The director's use of sharp angles gives the film an edgy and mysterious feel. I highly recommend this murder mystery.


Like a B-movie that a cheap TV channel would show on a rainy afternoon. You'd be looking forward to the adverts to get some light relief and an up-tick in skills. This film was quite simply dreadful. Ridiculous plot, badly written, terribly directed, poorly acted. If you like cliché plots and 70s style cop shows, this might appeal. Oh and did I mention the soundtrack --- ewe. It prods you to take note that there is an action or a romantic interlude happening; without it there's no way you'd know. Fortunately the production quality is also disastrous, so the music often drowns out the terrible dialog.

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  • $9.99
  • Genre: Thriller
  • Released: 2011

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