Plot: After breaking into the home of a mortician, a group of teenagers discover a deadly secret about his wife, who died two years earlier.
Director: Martin Guigui
Starring: Dennis Quaid, Aimee Teegarden, Tony Oller, Devon Werkheiser, Stephen Lunsford and Brett Cullen.
This was a nice surprising film because I really enjoyed it and it surprised me how much I enjoyed it. It’s quite dangerous which makes it tense. Dennis Quaid is brilliant. He’s soo creepy and mysterious. You want to know more about him but at the same time, you’re scared because you don’t know what’s beneath his darkness. It’s not the best film, it’s quite stupid but if you look past that then you will enjoy it, especially if you’re a teenager. The older audience probably wouldn’t enjoy it.
It’s a low budget film so you can’t expect greatness but you can certainly be expected to be entertained from start to finish. You can also expect to feel scared for these characters because they come very close to death. Especially the ending sequences, there’s a lot of tension. There’s one scene that I don’t think I’ll ever get over, I’m sure you’ll know it when you see it. It’s a scene that involves dancing. I’ll leave it there.