When her husband's sex game goes wrong, Jessie (who is handcuffed to a bed in a remote lake house) faces warped visions, dark secrets and a dire choice.
|Release Date||:||September 19, 2017|
|Genres||:||Drama, Horror, Thriller|
|Production Company||:||Intrepid Pictures|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Writers||:||Stephen King, Jeff Howard, Mike Flanagan|
|Casts||:||Carla Gugino, Bruce Greenwood, Henry Thomas, Chiara Aurelia, Kate Siegel, Carel Struycken, Adalyn Jones, Bryce Harper, Gwendolyn Mulamba, James Flanagan, Dori Lumpkin, Natalie Roers, Nikia Reynolds, Bill Riales, Chuck Borden, Mike McGill, Charles Dube, Kimberly Battista, Brad Spiers, Jon Arthur, John Ceallach, Tony Beard, Tom Glynn, Stu Cookson, Ben Pronsky, Joseph Chadwick Kinney|
|Plot Keywords||:||child abuse, based on novel, childhood trauma, suspense, sorrow, car accident, eclipse, dog, ghost, handcuffed to a bed, memoirs|
Saw this recently on a DVD. Having enjoyed Flanagans Occulus n Hush, (yet to c the sequel of Ouija) i was excited to see this. The film which is based on Kings novel is about a couple trying to save their marriage by spending time at a remote house. Thru trailer itself, v come to know that after handcuffing the wife on the bed, the husband suffers a heart attack leaving the wife tied up with no help near at all. 127 hours scenario? To make matters worse, there is a hungry dog on the prowl. The wife later starts hallucinating n she goes thru the mental trauma remembering her dark past.The film succeeded in capturing the creepiness of isolation and immobilization n the growing dread. The good thing about Flanagan is that he can manage to build up tension n suspense in spite of minimum characters n action. Hush was the best example. This movie is more of a psychological survival drama with elements of horror.