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Elliot, a shy young man, is shunned by his family, friends and fiancée when he falls for another man, Corin. Unfortunately, Corin already has a significant other, and as Elliot finds himself rejected at every turn, he slips into paranoia and rage, determined to get what he desires most...
BONUS FEATURES: Audio commentary with director Jason Paul Collum & star Jerod Howard Making-of featurette (10 mins.) 4 still galleries Web links to the cast & crew Tempe DVD trailers
Derivative and hackneyed. The film stock had better been burned than used to photograph this. The fault lies with the writer and the director. Read morePublished 22 days ago by MustLoveCorgis
The acting is sub par. However, I do like the direction the movie was heading in. I enjoyed it !!Published 6 months ago by Cseanr
This is a bad concept badly carried out. A real downer. With an ending littered with dead bodies, I strongly recommend avoiding it all togetherPublished 15 months ago by Walter Lambert
Great movie buy it for you collection. Shows just how far a person will go for love and the desire to get what one wants no matter the cost.Published 16 months ago by Jerry T. Blythe
The beginning started off somewhat promising with some light character development of the gay couple and an associate, but once Elliot was introduced everything flattened or -... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Esmondo A.
Implausible, unbelievable, unrealistic garbage. This is one of the worst films I've ever seen. Amazing, how infantile writing and riduculous character actions can ruin what could... Read morePublished on December 19, 2012 by Crothell
I was expecting a supernatural horror flick and instead it was a gay version of Fatal Attraction. The production value is atrocious as is most of the acting. Read morePublished on May 31, 2009 by J. Chavez
This is an extremely amateurish movie, even for a low-budget indie, but it's not the very worst I've ever seen, so I gave it two stars instead of just one. Read morePublished on May 16, 2009 by J. Martin