Nine Dead (2010)

Nine Dead
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Strong violence and coarse language

Director: Chris Shadley
Actors: Melissa Joan Hart, William Lee Scott, John Terry, James C. Victor, Marc Macaulay, Lucille Soong, Daniel Baldwin, Emily Hart

A masked gunman is on the prowl, kidnapping seemingly random victims without hesitation or remorse. First, a Vegas club owner, a Hollywood actor and then a Los Angeles District Attorney; all taken in the blink of an eye with expert precision. The police are baffled by the kidnapper's motive even as one of their own detectives falls victim. The true number of victims comes to a haunting reality when nine strangers find themselves in a bunker, handcuffed to nine separated poles built by the masked gunman who is hell bent on revenge.

Status: Normal
Run time: 87mins
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Formats: English Dolby Digital

Member Reviews (5)

this movie was better than i was expecting, iv seen much worse
Posted Wednesday, 23 March 2011 See my other reviews
Great plot/story line - keeps you thinkinh right til the end (or 10mins before if you can work it out!) However the last 30-60secs was not good (well that's my opinion anyway - there could have been a much better end to this movie) - but don't let that stop you from watching it!
Posted Saturday, 22 January 2011 See my other reviews
Well played, and who would've thought the outcome!! Just going to say its well worth a watch for those whom like suspense and thriller movies. I thoroughly enjoyed watching it, kept me to my seat.
Posted Tuesday, 12 October 2010 See my other reviews
I'm not going to give too much away about this movie or i'll spoil it for you, (it reminds me a bit about saw but not as gruesome) a masked man captures nine people that have done something in their past which has affected the masked man and he puts them all in one room and they have to work out why they all have been captured, if they don't he comes in every 10 mins to shoot one if they don't remember.
Posted Monday, 13 September 2010 See my other reviews
Total rubbish plays on the Saw formula but fails to be as inventive nor creative. 10 people are kidnapped and are forced to to tell the gunman why they are there or they are shot every ten mins. Horrible acting and Hart is the only reconisable cast member and shes a long way from being the loveable Sabrina. Some of the worst sterotypes and one I was very offended by The direction sets up a Saw like setting but wastes the premise but not being creative nor fun at all. The film plays like Saw crossed with Murder she wrote yet I have found way better storylines in the Saw or Murder She wrote series. Quite violent but not much better then most cookie cutter low budget action films. Feels unfinshed for the cherry on the cake. Def a waste of time.
Posted Tuesday, 17 August 2010 See my other reviews
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