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The Windmill [Blu-ray] [2016]

  • SKU: 32882343
  • Release Date: 05/02/2017
  • Rating: NR

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    The Windmill
    An Australian woman fleeing her past (Charlotte Beaumont) ends up in Holland, where she joins a bus tour of the countryside's old windmills in an attempt to blend in. But when the tour bus breaks down, she and the other passengers find themselves hunted by a mysterious slasher. Noah Taylor co-stars. Directed by Nick Jongerius. ~ Tom Ciampoli, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Bart Klever
      Bart Klever - Abe
    • Patrick Baladi
      Patrick Baladi - Douglas
    • Ben Batt
      Ben Batt - Jackson
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      Tanroh Ishida - Takashi
    • Adam Thomas Wright
      Adam Thomas Wright - Curt

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Gory horror movie

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      "The Windmill Massacre" is being re-titled, "The Windmill"...don't want to give too much away. The film opens showing us brief backgrounds of the various passengers on a tour bus line. One person is a Marine (Patrick Baladi) who went PTSD and killed a lady of the night . The rest of the passengers are a nervous lot who seem to have issues. The story centers on Jennifer (Charlotte Beaumont) an Aussie girl running away from her past. The tour bus breaks down in the part of Holland that doesn't have cell phone reception. It isn't long before our slasher appears as the past catches up uniquely to each passenger. He pretty much represents a grim reaper who kills anyone who has done something bad in there life. The characters, while most were not developed, were interesting. Charlotte Beaumont played her role extremely well and could star in something a bit more relevant. In fact the entire cast did a good job, kudos to writer director Nick Jongerius...and I didn't see that last bit coming, expecting the film to end formula.

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