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She's Crushed

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Tara sets her sights on the unassuming guy-next-door, Ray, and their innocent flirting turns into a regretful one night stand. He is hoping to put the indiscretion safely behind him, but Tara makes it horrifically clear that she is more than willing to go to extremes to keep her man. Everyone that Ray cares about will pay for his reckless decision as they are all forced into a twisted game of love, torture, and death at the hands of sadistic Tara.

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  • Actors: Henrick Nolen, Natalie Dickinson, Caitlin Wehrle, Keith Malley
  • Directors: Patrick Johnson
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Maverick Entertainment Group
  • DVD Release Date: February 16, 2010
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002XOTBB0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #167,520 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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23 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Compay on February 13, 2010
Format: DVD
Update: Thank you to those who just rated this review helpful. It's disappointing that an honest review got me so many "unhelpful" votes by people involved with this movie.

Unfortunately, this movie was a big disappointment on many levels. The real problem with Crushed is that it's incredibly unoriginal, and contains a number of elements cobbled together from different thrillers.

The film's main concept borrows from the Academy Award nominated movie Fatal Attraction. The movie's use of music is virtually identical to scenes in Oldboy, where Waltz music becomes the backdrop of several disturbing scenes. When Tara the psychopath gives one victim a homemade lobotomy before feeding him at the dinner table, you instantly recognize that the scene was lifted from Silence of the Lambs sequel Hannibal.

The acting in the movie is also disappointing. Henrik Norlen, as sort of a poor man's Peter Sarsgaard, seems miscast as an American combat vet with a slight Swedish accent. Natalie Dickinson does an absolutely awful job as Tara, the obsessed admirer. The only actor with any real screen presence is Keith Malley, playing the wisecracking co-worker and buddy of our protagonist. Not coincidentally, Malley happens to be a comedian with a successful online show, and in his debut screen appearance he steals every scene that he's in.

The only thing that distinguishes this film from others are the scenes of torture and gratuitous violence. If the producers had hoped to attract fans of Hostel, they're going to be disappointed. The only reason why I gave the film two stars instead of one was because of the comic relief of Keith Malley as Donnie. Otherwise, I'd hardly consider this movie even worth a rental.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By mr book owl on March 6, 2010
Format: DVD
Boy,, This movie really takes the cake,This Movie is the worst movie Ive ever seen in my life. 1st It didnt even show the veiwer there was an actuall affair,you didnt find out about that till a couple sceens after it supposibly happened.Then they showed more blood than what was nessesary.Its like they dont even bother to tell you that they had sex(or one time stand)when it happened,But what they did bother to do was show all the gross bloody stabbing and killing that this dissturded girl did.I didnt even bother watching the whole thing,I skipped straight to the ending,Then returned it to the video store.Im glad I rented it before Buying it.I cant imagine who in their right mind would actually rate this a 5 star movie,If you do Im sure they got plenty of them to buy on amazon or at other places.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on April 6, 2012
Format: DVD
When we first see Tara Wood (Natalie Dickinson) moving in next door, she is bare footed and has some heavy baggage. She has her eye on Ray (Henrik Norlén), an insurance adjustor who for some reason hasn't been able to get his life together. His girlfriend Maddy (Caitlin Wehrle) wants a commitment from him. The first thing we notice is that Tara has some severe psychological issues. After Ray gets drunk, Tara takes him home...her home. Ray breaks the first rule of sex: "Never sleep with anyone crazier than yourself."

Tara's actions are way over the top and could be described as darkly comical. There are "Taraiscrushed" interview videos on "You Tube" that provides background information for Tara. It is recommended that you watch them before seeing the film...although few people have watched them. They should have made them a bonus feature on the DVD. I enjoyed the Tara Wood character as played by Natalie. There is plenty of blood and gore, but I has more amused than horrified.

F-bomb, sex, nudity, rape, Natalie Dickinson in a short skirt with frequent up skirt camera angles.
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Written and directed by Patrick Johnson this is Patrick's second film to reach a wide audience. The first of which was released in 2005 and entitled SideFX. I haven't seen his original film though it sounds like a zombie-ish themed film involving sex, drugs, and rock and roll. Anyone going the zombie route always gets a plus in my book though I'm not here to talk about the undead but about a pyscho stalker film.

On a personal note one of my ex-girlfriends did not want to accept a break up and did carry a picture of me around with her that she would put up at tables she was sitting at. With this in mind, She's Crushed really struck home as a movie that creeped me out since while she was not as insane as the lead in this film I'm sure if her life had been slightly more traumatic or she slightly more crazy at the time something like this would not have been all of that farfetched for me to deal with. That thought scares the hell out of me!

The lead in this film is played by Tara (Natalie Dickinson) and I have to say that I REALLY want to see her get some rolls in a few larger films (aside from the two that are in progress from Patrick Johnson) in a role where she gets to show off her chops again at insanity because she makes it work. The movie itself missed it's mark at being a great film though the character of Tara makes you want to just see where she is going to go. The apparent product of rape and abuse she doesn't go the route of revenge in "I Spit On Your Grave" but instead decided to emulate those who have abused her using a large amount of sex, stalking, obsession, and violence to get exactly what she wants.
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