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Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Ais
  • DVD Release Date: April 12, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004LWJ6LM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #257,079 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Customer Reviews

The movie was very good and has so much suspense.
ramon netro
Being a parent, I understand one's hatred for those who would harm their child.
awesomep
I'd have to say that I didn't enjoy the movie until the twist at the end.
beer234

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 21, 2012
Format: Amazon Instant Video Verified Purchase
This is one of those movies that really puts in perspective what a parent would do to make a child murderer feel the same pain as their child felt. Can be tough at times to watch (at least for my wife) but I enjoyed it.
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"Killing him isn't punishment enough." Elise (Christensen) hugs her son goodbye and goes to work. Craig (Metcalfe) is going to play soccer with him but goes in the house to get sunscreen for him. He looks out the window and sees a man grab him and run off. Unable to catch up to the truck he calls the police but the don't find the boy in time. When they hear the the kidnappers punishment is only 25 years to life they take it upon themselves to give him the sentence he deserves. My disclaimer for this is the same I had for "God Bless America". I am in no way advocating what is in this movie but it's something that almost everyone would agree with. The parents find a way to kidnap the kidnapper and proceed to torture him in a way that is both disturbing and satisfying in order to make him feel what he did to their son. While not quite to the level of "Saw" or "Hostel" there are still some pretty graphic scenes in this that make you want to turn away a couple times. There really isn't that much to this movie except the torture, but if you liked movies like "Death Sentence" then you will love this one as well. I did. Overall, a disturbing, graphic and satisfying movie that actually has a neat ending that shows you why you shouldn't take the law into your own hands. I give it a B+.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dayna Newman/Slasher Diva on February 10, 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This seems like a remake of the French film 7 days although not as good and there are changes such as the twist.
I liked it mainly because Bill Moseley was so good in it and I love him as a villian.Jesse Metcalfe was not as convincing in his role as the distraught father although he was better than expected and fun to look at because he's obviously beautiful.
Erika Christensen's character as the grieving mother and was pretty convincing and desperate.The young couple have a son about 6 who is playing outside with his father and during the few minutes it takes the father"Metcalfe" to go inside to get sun screen a van has pulls up and snatches the young boy,Metcalf comes out just in time to see this occurring and chases the van to no avail then calls the police..
They find the boy dead inside the home of a child serial killer "Moseley" who has a strange ritual in which he puts on make up a tiara and plays the song Hush little baby then terrorizes the child "very ,very disturbing and creepy"..
They don't show any actual abuse to the child but the crime scene leave little to the imagination as to what has happened.
The mother and father go all rouge and take out the van that is transporting him to prison they cause an accident,get him then lock him in a cabin in the woods strapped to a table,luckily Metcalfe's character is a doctor so he can torture him and keep him alive even kill him and bring him back to life.I myself didn't see the twist coming and it was pretty shocking.
It's quite hard to watch at times and there is some gore.Not bad but not as good as 7 Days.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dayna Newman/Slasher Diva on October 14, 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This seems like a remake of the French film 7 days although not as good and there are changes such as the twist.
I liked it mainly because Bill Moseley was so good in it and I love him as a villian.Jesse Metcalfe was not as convincing in his role as the distraught father although he was better than expected and fun to look at because he's obviously beautiful.

Erika Christensen's character as the grieving mother and was pretty convincing and desperate.The young couple have a son about 6 who is playing outside with his father and during the few minutes it takes the father"Metcalfe" to go inside to get sun screen a van has pulls up and snatches the young boy,Metcalf comes out just in time to see this occurring and chases the van to no avail then calls the police..

They find the boy dead inside the home of a child serial killer "Moseley" who has a strange ritual in which he puts on make up a tiara and plays the song Hush little baby then terrorizes the child "very ,very disturbing and creepy"..
They don't show any actual abuse to the child but the crime scene leave little to the imagination as to what has happened.

The mother and father go all rouge and take out the van that is transporting him to prison they cause an accident,get him then lock him in a cabin in the woods strapped to a table,luckily Metcalfe's character is a doctor so he can torture him and keep him alive even kill him and bring him back to life.I myself didn't see the twist coming and it was pretty shocking.
It's quite hard to watch at times and there is some gore.Not bad but not as good as 7 Days.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. E Jackson on March 5, 2013
Format: DVD
WHAT the?? The Tortured satisfies that secret urge most of us have for revenge, *especially* when it pertains to a little child being kidnapped and ultimately killed leaving the parents grieving and crying for justice. If you DESPISE the idea of seeing what was once a normal, happy and innocent family suffer through several years of emotional sadness over such a tragedy, oh boy, you will *love* the Tortured. Sort of unusual to see Erika Christensen -who plays a significantly more peaceful and rational parent in the hit TV show Parenthood- star as a ruthless mother out for revenge. She really surprised me in this role!

So what's this movie about? Imagine getting the opportunity to physically torture the person who kidnapped and killed your child. Would you do it? Would you torture the man until he's almost dead but make sure he's drugged enough to keep him alive *just* for the purpose of torturing him some more? I have a feeling several parents would. After the husband and wife spend way too long accusing and criticizing each other over who's to blame for their sons eventual murder, they come up with a plan to break that murderer out of a prison van, kidnap HIM and bring the man to a personal torture chamber in the basement of some house in the middle of nowhere. From here, they tie the man down and strap him in real tight and well, what's the name of the movie? Yes, TORTURE HIM AND MAKE HIM PAY!!! Even Erika Christensen's character almost reaches a point of remorse when her husband gets a little *too* into torturing the man.

Oh man, I'm not even going to mention all the twisted and sickening techniques used to make the man suffer, but needless to say, you'll probably feel a little bit of satisfaction and justice by the time this movie is done.
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