Tyler SavageChase Joliet, Dash Hawkins, J.P. Castel, Tylie Jones (executive), Nicolas Gonda (executive), Jack McNees (executive), Dean Georgopoulos (executive), Chris Jones (executive) for Portola Pictures, Other Brother
directed by Tyler Savage
starring Chase Joliet, Sara Montez, Vincent Van Horn, Tim Abell, Kate Norby, Dale Dickey, Drew Powell, Jim Ortlieb, Krisha Fairchild, Ashley Spillers, Alex Dobrenko, Lauri Johnson, Paul Henri, Jake Carpenter, Murphy Dunne, Kevin Kolmogorov, Julio Oscar Mechoso, Cassandra Wilson, Shawn H. Smith, Olympia Garcia, Jordan Preston, Jim Bentley, Nizhonniya Austin
written by Tyler Savage, music by Mini Mansions, music supervisor: Lauren Marie Mikkus
When Ryan (Chase Joliet) hears about the death of his birth father (Tim
Abell), whom he thought dead for years and never even got to know in the
first place - so he couldn't be happier when he hears the man has left him
a luxurious estate by the sea, worth a whopping 2.5 million Dollars -
money he and his pregnant fiancée Isi (Sara Montez) could really use
presently. However, before selling, they decide to spend some time in
what's pretty much a dream home - also because Ryan wants to find our more
about his dad. Thing is, he learns his (biological) family harbours many a
dark secret, which might have been the reason why dad abandoned him as a
toddler in the first place, and has left him a note to sell the house as
soon as possible. But Ryan's curiosity is only piqued by that, curiosity
that soon turns to obsession, and he soon finds himself haunted by
phantoms of the past. And this obsession could destroy everything he has
ever lived for - including his relationship with Isi and their unborn ...
is pretty much a slow-burn film, and a film with too big a mystery to
grasp in just one viewing - but that all works in favour of the movie, as
it's very intelligently written, its slow pace only creates extra tension,
and the lack of jump scares and throwaway explanations only draws the
viewer more into the movie and its maze-like story. And an elegant yet
subtle directorial effort and solid key performances only help to make
this a pretty impressive genre entry!
review © by Mike Haberfelner
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