Directed by Stewart Hendler. Written by Christopher Burrelli. Starring Michael Rooker, Josh Holloway, Sarah Wayne Callies, Teryl Rotlery, Joel Edgerton, Dule Hill, John Kapelos and Blake Woodruff.
Plot: sinister things begin happening to kidnappers who are holding a young boy in a remote cabin.
A group of people (including Rooker and Callies pre-TWD) kidnap a young boy, David (Woodruff) and await further instructions from a shady associate in a cabin out in the middle of nowhere. But David isn’t all that he seems and the kidnapping wasn’t as random as previously thought.
Sarah Wayne Callies is as annoying as ever. I’d probably love her in person because lord knows I only ever hate her on screen. She’s always whining about something. In this, she’s a kidnapper dating a convicted felon and all she does is complain about what a bad idea stealing David was. Like, um, you knew what you were getting into.
This movie is the worst. Well, not the worst, but it’s not good. It just wasn’t fun to watch in any capacity. And the rules suck. The script was poor. The actors were wasted on this crap. We don’t recommend.
My score: 28. DJ’s score: 33.