Release Date: On DVD Now.
Written by: Aaron Ginsburg and Wade McIntyre.
Directed by: Richard Gabai.
Starring: Natalie Zea, Sean Patrick Flannery, Adam Baldwin, Christopher Lloyd and Angeline-Rose Troy.
As huge fans of the FX Southern Cop drama masterpiece, Justified, we here at THC are duty bound to watch anything starring any of the shows stars. So when we found this little movie starring Natalie Zea, we were all like "Oooo." The we watched it and we were all like "Oh..."
Still, she's truly a saucy little ticket that made this movie at least palatable.
|I'm pretty sure she could make most anything palatable.|
While trying to save the life of a young girl who got stabbed the eff up, she is knock for a loop by the defibrillator. She apparently did not listen when someone yelled "Clear!" It's not long before she begins to "see" the stabbed girls memories, which include snippets of he life and murder.
|Even dead, she's still sexy enough to do.|
The movie's hook lies in whether Kaitlyn really can see these creepy visions or is she's just gone bat shit crazy. No matter how it turns out in the end, being electrocuted kinda made her wonky in the brain either way, didn't it? Good wonky vs. bad wonky, that's really the crux of the issue.
|"Go back to the future, they said. Trust Michael J. Fox, they said. Well, I've seen things, bitch! Things that would curl your sexy little toes!" Don't ask.|
|This is not necessarily a spoiler for the aforementioned "twist." Then again, it's not necessarily not one either...|
|Naked in Californication. David Duchovny gets all the chicks!|
C+ 3 out of 5 Pleased Masters. Insight is an above average Mystery/Thriller which manages to maintain some decent suspense throughout. It's a slow mover, focusing more on performances than set or action pieces, but it was a nice change of pace. If you like your movies of the thinker side of the fence, you'll like this one.