8 Film Collection: Thriller Binge [DVD]

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Forget Me Not
A childhood indiscretion has terrifying repercussions for a group of small town teens preparing for their high school graduation. When Sandy Channing and her friends were young, they committed a terrible wrong against an innocent peer. Years later, Sandy has become class president, and the incident has been all but forgotten. But when Sandy's friends start to go missing, the only way to stop the supernatural wrath of their vengeful classmate is to unearth a grim secret from the distant past. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

InSight
Emergency room nurse Kaitlyn (Natalie Zea) begins to experience the memories of a murder victim after being electrocuted by a defibrillator while attempting to save her life. Meanwhile, after failing to convince her friends and family that she's not going insane, Kaitlyn becomes determined to catch the killer before he can strike again, and gets some much needed help from veteran detective Peter Rafferty (Sean Patrick Flanery). Christopher Lloyd, Veronica Cartwright, Adam Baldwin, and Thomas Ian Nicholas co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Naked Fear
Joe Montegna and Danielle De Luca headline Ratz director Thom Erberhardt's thriller about a frightened stripper forced into a deadly game of human survival. Diana (De Luca) was attempting to start a new life in Santa Paula, New Mexico when she made a disturbing discovery: the strippers in this small southwestern town have been disappearing in droves, the victims of an elusive kidnapper. Before Diana can make sense of the crimes, she becomes the latest stripper to vanish from Santa Paula without a trace. Dropped off in the middle of the desert naked and defenseless, Diana finds herself the human target of a depraved hunter. If she can only find a means to turning the tables on her pursuer and somehow gaining the upper hand, perhaps Diana can give him a deadly dose of his own sadistic medicine. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Fifty Dead Men Walking
Loosely based on the remarkable true story of the British undercover agent who successfully infiltrated the IRA, writer/director Kari Skogland's thriller takes its title from author Martin McGartland's best-selling book of the same name. Set at the absolute height of the Irish civil conflict, Fifty Dead Men Walking begins as 22-year-old Martin McGartland is recruited by the British police to infiltrate the IRA and report back with intelligence. It's an extremely dangerous job that could result in death or worse should his true identity be revealed, yet McGartland realizes that the information he's gathering will save countless lives. At first, the prospect of being discovered provides something of a rush for McGartland, though that initial buzz quickly wears off when his true identity is revealed and he's forced to attempt an impossible escape. Two decades later, McGartland is still on the run. Sir Ben Kingsley, Jim Sturgess, and Rose McGowan star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Brotherhood
A prank goes wrong and threatens to take everyone involved down with it in this independent thriller. Frank (Jon Foster) is the president of a college fraternity who takes a special pride in berating his brothers and terrorizing new pledges. Frank decides to cap off Hell Week by demanding a special show of loyalty -- each prospective frat member is given a gun and ordered to rob a convenience store. What the pledges don't know is a house brother is supposed to follow them and keep them from using the gun, but Kevin (Lou Taylor Pucci) ends up at the wrong store and no one is there to stop him from pulling his gun. Kevin is shot by Mike (Arlen Escarpeta), the store's night clerk, and when the wounded man returns to the frat house, another pledge, Adam (Trevor Morgan), tries to convince Frank to get him to a doctor before he bleeds to death. Frank, however, doesn't want himself or the house implicated in the incident; instead, he sends Adam to the store to bring back Mike and clear away any evidence. Adam discovers that Mike is someone he knew from high school who isn't intimidated by him and has no interest in helping him clear up the mess Frank has made. Brotherhood was the first feature film from writer and director Will Canon. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

XIII: The Conspiracy
Stephen Dorff, Val Kilmer, Jessica Gilsig, and Stephen McHattie star in this two-part mini-series inspired by the 1984 comic book series of the same name (which was later adapted into a popular video game by Ubisoft Entertainment). A young man with no recollection of the past is discovered in a forest, the only clue to his past being a tattoo that reads "XIII." Subsequently accused of assassinating the president, the man embarks on a desperate quest to discover his true identity and expose the conspirators attempting to use him as a scapegoat for a crime he didn't commit. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Apartment 1303
A woman moves into her late sister's Detroit high rise in order to investigate her mysterious death in this supernatural thriller starring Mischa Barton. When Janet Slate (Julianne Michelle) summoned the courage to strike out on her own, she had her whole life ahead of her. Newly independent in a downtown Detroit apartment, she was finally free from her overbearing, egomaniacal mother (Rebecca De Mornay). Then the unthinkable: Janet's boyfriend Mark (Corey Sevier) discovers her body in the middle of the street. Did Janet commit suicide by leaping from the ledge of her 13th-floor apartment, or were more sinister forces to blame for her untimely death? Convinced of foul play and determined to find answers, Janet's sister Lara (Barton) takes up residence in the apartment and begins searching for clues. Drawn to an ethereal nine-year-old girl who seems strangely attuned to the disturbing events unfolding in the building, Lara quickly realizes that should she fail to solve the mystery of Janet's death soon, many more lives -- including her own -- are sure to be lost. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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