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Insight

3.6 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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Product Description

While attempting to save the life of a fatally stabbed young woman, ER nurse Kaitlyn is accidentally electrocuted by a backfiring defibrillator. Upon awakening, she begins to experience memories that are not hers, but rather those of the now deceased victim. With her sanity in question and nowhere to turn, Kaitlyn must weave through the womans past and piece together her memories before the killer strikes again.

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There's a twist that would make Hitchcock jealous. --Mondo Film Guide

InSight is a twisty little thriller that never lets up! --Yahoo! Movies

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Product Details

  • Actors: Natalie Zea, Sean Patrick Flanery, Christopher Lloyd, Adam Baldwin
  • Directors: Richard Gabai
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Phase 4 Films
  • DVD Release Date: February 28, 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00682LSNM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,038 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Kaitlyn (Natalie Zea) is working in the ER when they wheel in Allison (Angeline-Rose Troy) who has multiple stab wounds. For some reason they decide to zap her and Kaitlyn gets in the way. Kaitlyn believes Allison was conscience at the time and was trying to tell her who is the killer. She says, "He loves me."

Kaitlyn gets various memory flashbacks and decides to investigate on her own. She meets Shep (Christopher Lloyd), an elderly tenet who knew Allison. She also decides to see Allison's shrink.

The movie has that low budget made for TV plot, dialouge, and sound track. While you want to know who the killer is (it at least gives you more than one suspect) the film drags getting there. As I was about to fall asleep out of boredom, the film takes an unexpected turn.

Natalie Zea did a nice job. Unfortunately the film moves too slow in the beginning for a good mystery/thriller

One f-bomb (?), no nudity, dimly lit sex scene
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I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. I expected a run of the mill thriller, but InSight is, actually a really thoughtful and suspenseful ride. Natalie Zea and Sean Flanery are great in the movie. All of the performances are great.
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This is an excellent movie that keeps you guessing until the end. Sean Patrick Flanery shines as Det. Peter Rafferty the cop who is drawn into a mystery he can not unravel. Giving his best performance since the original Boondock Saints he portrays Rafferty with both grit and vulnerability, plus a touch of the romantic. Natalie Zea is outstanding as a nurse who gets zapped by defib paddles as a stabbing victim fights to return to life. An Edge of your Seat thriller that keeps you totally engaged start to finish. This is a tightly edited movie with no wasted time or scenes.
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OK...we were interested through some of the movie. There was an attempt to create a very dramatic movie where you are uncertain what is real and what is reality. Unfortunately it fell a little short and has been done before and better but it was still entertaining enough and twisted enough that I didn't know what was going on until the last 45 minutes.

Insight is about a nurse named Kaitlyn who appears to be the only one to notice a dying woman named Allison wake before her heart is shocked and manages to say, He loved me. I don't remember.

I did perk up when I realized that Kaitlyn's nurse friend Valerie is played by my Facebook friend and favorite TV show's former actress Lesley-Ann Brandt.

Kaitlyn is taking care of her Cancer stricken mother and has enough on her plate without the sudden visions that seemingly overtake her life; visions of a brutally murdered victim.

She heads to the police and tells her story and begins to try on her own to unravel the facts. Putting her life in danger.

We were basically waiting for something. We wanted to like it, it wasn't complete rubbish but I was glad I hadn't seen it in the movies. Seemed like more of a made for TV movie and while I didn't figure it out right away, when I got it, I was hoping for a twist.

We couldn't figure this detective out. His too big hat and his blood shot eye had us thinking there was more to his character but unfortunately no.

We are thriller junkies and this wasn't one.
If you like light drama and get scared easy, this is a good one for you.

2.5 Stars from us!
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Kaitlyn (Natalie Zea) is working in the ER when they wheel in Allison (Angeline-Rose Troy) who has multiple stab wounds. For some reason they decide to zap her and Kaitlyn gets in the way. Kaitlyn believes Allison was conscience at the time and was trying to tell her who is the killer. She says, "He loves me."

Kaitlyn gets various memory flashbacks and decides to investigate on her own. She meets Shep (Christopher Lloyd), an elderly tenet who knew Allison. She also decides to see Allison's shrink.

The movie has that low budget made for TV plot, dialouge, and sound track. While you want to know who the killer is (it at least gives you more than one suspect) the film drags getting there. As I was about to fall asleep out of boredom, the film takes an unexpected turn.

Natalie Zea did a nice job. Unfortunately the film moves too slow in the beginning for a good mystery/thriller

One f-bomb (?), no nudity, dimly lit sex scene
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By Jim Clark, publisher Lee County Courier, Tupelo, MS

Kaitlyn (Natalie Zea - Raylan Givens ex-wife from Justified) is an Los Angeles ER nurse.
Allison, who has been stabbed numerous times, is brought in through the emergency room. The defibrillator is applied and Kaitlyn gets too close, is shocked and blacks out. She comes to asking about Allison.
Kaitlyn believes Allison passed on a cryptic message before she died. Her co-workers tell her she flatlined on the way to the hospital.
Kaitlyn can't let it go and goes behind the police tape surrounding Allison's apartment. She meets a neighbor Shep Hagen (Christopher Lloyd), who has a key to Allison's. She is able to use some misdirection, get the key and go inside. She finds a photo of Allison with a boyfriend, Kaitlyn starts to have visions of someone else being in the apartment and flees. Outside she blacks out and collapses close to the sight where Allison was killed.
When she comes to, she meets Detective Peter Rafferty (Sean Patrick Flanery) who has been assigned the case. The detective begins to question her sanity, but is obviously attracted to Kaitlyn, so overlooks her crazy theories.
Insight has gotten mediocre reviews. It's actually a pretty neat little thriller. This is really new territory for director Richard Gabai. He's really known for teen sex comedies like Virgin High, Assault of the Party Nerds and Hot Under the Collar. Insight doesn't really have one comedic moment unless you count Christopher Lloyd as a really weird and creepy neighbor
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