With their father in prison for murder, siblings Alison and Brandon are instantly considered suspects when a string of killings plagues their town, and they must fight to clear their names.
|Release Date||:||December 8, 2017|
|Genres||:||Mystery, Drama, Thriller|
|Production Company||:||Narrative Capital|
|Casts||:||Dianna Agron, Rachelle Lefevre, Shawn Ashmore, Jared Abrahamson, Sarah Dugdale, Michael Rogers, Jessica McLeod, Marilyn Norry, Glynis Davies, David Lennon, G. Michael Gray, John Sampson, Laena Brown, Cameron Hilts|
Anyone who can sit though this endless saga of perpetual wild-eyed suspense has got to have about as much nothing upstairs as the creators of this worthless butt stain of an awful movie. The viewer is forced through one and a half hours of a dimensionless young woman trying to find her equally dimensionless brother in a depressing landscape of bad haircuts and shotguns.
It would be OK if there were a few suspenseful moments leading up to a meaningful conclusion, but since the character development in this movie is about as neglected as a sweaty gym sock on the seat of a downtown express bus, by the time the determined yet sexy heroine catches up with her worthless idiot of a brother, nobody could care one doo-doo about anything but this movie ending as quickly as possible.