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Radio talk show therapist Sonny Blake (Rose McGowan) moves back to her childhood home on seemingly idyllic Rosewood Lane after her alcoholic father dies. But upon arrival in the old neighborhood, Sonny discovers her neighbors are terrified of the local paperboy (Daniel Ross Owens). She thinks this is ridiculous, until she encounters the boy himself. It turns out that he is a cunning and dangerous sociopath, one who may have gruesomely killed her father…and others.

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    • Actors: Rose McGowan, Daniel Ross Owens, Sonny Marinelli, Lauren Velez, Ray Wise
    • Directors: Victor Salva
    • Writers: Victor Salva
    • Producers: Victor Salva, Don E. Fauntleroy, Nicolas Chartier, Phillip B. Goldfine
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • Language: English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1)
    • Subtitles: Spanish
    • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
    • Region: All Regions
    • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Rated: R (Restricted)
    • Studio: Universal Studios
    • DVD Release Date: September 11, 2012
    • Run Time: 97 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B008FL8OUE
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,152 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    The film just ends and we are left scratching our heads.
    zeus
    A sense of eeriness permeates this creepy film, but this achievement doesn't salvage the overall production.
    Michael Butts
    One of the creepiest movies I've watched in a long time.
    taranogueras

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    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Deborah Wohlleben on September 12, 2012
    Format: DVD Verified Purchase
    Decent creepy movie, definitely. However I have to agree with another reviewer - the ending left me confused. I know some people love the elusive ending - but really, just wrap it up for me. I think it's a bit of a copout to leave it kind of open. But the movie itself was really quite decent - and yes, nursery rhymes are pretty violent!!
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    17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By K. Kurtz on December 4, 2012
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    Don't investors even bother to read the script?

    Here's the basic plot: a celebrity psychologist/talk show host moves into her dead father's house, where she is promptly menaced by a paperboy. But despite ample evidence that the paperboy has invaded her home and stalked her, the cops and her friends ignore her, because they all know she has a troubled psychological past. In other words, "Oh, Rose, just because he shows up in your basement unannounced and urinates in your boyfriend's face doesn't mean you're not crazy."

    It quickly becomes clear that the paperboy is some sort of demon who murdered Rose McGowan's father, so Rose does the smart thing: instead of moving out of the house, she adopts a cat for protection and arms herself with a baseball bat. The cat does nothing to help her out, but the baseball bat comes in mighty handy after the demon paperboy murders her boyfriend, her best friend and a police detective and shoots Rose through the torso with a crossbow. Plucky girl, that Rose - throughout her ordeal and despite having an arrow sticking out of her gut, her hair, lipstick and makeup remain flawless and her push-up bra never lets her down.

    The acting from all concerned is so terrible I was rooting for the paperboy to slaughter the lot of them and release me from my misery.

    Oh...and the directing, editing, lighting and cinematography were just godawful.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Doug Park on October 20, 2012
    Format: DVD
    Though the plot is a half-baked mess from start to finish, "Rosewood Lane" is well-filmed and fairly well-acted with a good script. Rose McGowan aptly plays Dr. Sonny Blake, a famous psychiatrist and radio talk show host who also, though it never really comes into play and doesn't serve much purpose in the film, leads a support group for troubled teens. Daniel Ross Owens adequately plays Derek Barber, the sinister, apparently superhuman paperboy in the neighborhood where Dr. Blake has just moved into her childhood home after her abusive alcoholic father dies from an "accidental" fall down the stairs to the basement.

    The first hour teeter-totters between being truly suspenseful and truly laughable. The biggest problem is that Barber appears way too often: The creators seem to have forgotten that what is NOT shown (particularly when it comes to boogeymen) is often more important than what is. More back-story on Dr. Blake's childhood would be helpful, as would some hint or nuance of who or what Barber really is and what his motivations are for harassing and sometimes injuring or even killing certain people. (Is he REALLY haunting Dr. Ross simply because she declined to buy a 'paper subscription from him?)

    The tension increases toward the end, even though it would appear that the directors and writers were a little unclear on the best way to end this film. There are many other loose ends: e.g., Can't they at least attempt to trace Derek's phone calls and webposts?

    I keep waiting for a someone to put out a totally new, well-developed and destined-for-classic horror-suspense film. "Rosewood Lane," alas, ain't it.
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    Format: DVD
    "Hickory Dickory Dock..." Talk radio psychiatrist Dr. Sonny Blake (McGowan) is moving back in to her father's house one year after his death. Her neighbor gives her a warning about the neighborhood paperboy. After meeting him she begins to notice that he is very strange and may have actually killed her father. When she goes to the cops they don't believe her stories and she is left to discover the truth on her own. I have to start by saying that overall this was a pretty creepy movie. It was pretty tense and interesting but began to repeat itself after 45 minutes and seemed like the same 2 scenes were being done over and over. The kid in this is very creepy and he makes the movie. This is the kind of movie that makes you want to scream at the people on the TV to turn around. All that said the movie is a little slow in parts but still not a bad watch. Very much worth renting. Overall, tense and creepy and worth seeing. I give it a B-.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By furiousBall on May 16, 2013
    Format: DVD
    Impressively terrible. At some point, someone on the set had to ask, "Is this like one of those ironically bad movies?" I rented this for free from my public library and I still feel like I paid too much.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SET67 on February 28, 2013
    Format: DVD
    Found this on Netflix and watched as I was lying in bed so I wasn't looking for Oscar material. The first 45 minutes or so were pretty good, but after that it got tedious. The lead character (can't remember her name even though I watched it last night) makes the usual horror/suspense stupid moves. Moving into the house where her father was murdered being the first. And then we have the obligatory pet-gets-murdered that you almost always know will happen. The 'ambiguous' ending (as another reviwer called it) annoyed me. But for a night when you're out of things to watch, it's ok.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on July 15, 2012
    Format: DVD
    Rose McGowen stars as Dr. Sonny Blake a radio talk show psychologist. After the death of her father, she moves back into the family home on Rosewood Lane. She is troubled by past memories of her drunken father (liked JD too much). The neighborhood lives in fear from an evil paper boy (Daniel Ross Owens) on a bicycle. Seriously.

    One night when Sonny comes home she realizes her porcelain statues have been moved. She starts to rely on her old boyfriend Barret, (Sonny Marinelli) who she broke up with after he hit on her girl friend. He thinks it is her imagination.

    As the movie goes on, things escalate. The neighbors won't help. They believe the paper boy is evil as he has no irises. None of her friends believe her.

    Good little horror/thriller. Rose did an excellent job in the lead role.

    Parental Guide: No F-bombs, sex, or nudity.
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