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Confined (2010)

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Plot Summary:
"A couple moves into a quiet neighborhood. With too much time on her hands, the woman begins to suspect that someone is confined in the basement next door."

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Review Date: 29 January 2013 My Rating: out of 5


Emma Caulfield stars as Victoria Peyton in this made for TV thriller about a stressed-out architect who relocates from the big city to the quiet suburbs with her family after a breakdown. When she begins to suspect that her eerie neighbour Fritz Wolfram is hiding someone in his basement, her family dismiss it as boredom/an over-active imagination/as a result of her recent health issues (insert any reason you can think of) BUT, the truth is more terrifying!

I always liked Emma as Anya in Buffy so I thought Iíd give this movie a watch and it was a slick and surprisingly well made little movie which fans of films such as Disturbia should enjoy.

The cast were all well suited to their roles with Caulfield and Michael Hogan stealing the show (although heís already an evil bastard in my mind after playing the villain in Season 2 of Teen Wolf).

The story evolves at a great pace but anyone who has seen The Hand That Rocks the Cradle will know whatís coming ahead of time. There is a twist at the end which youíll expect and itís a TV movie so donít expect a body count, but if youíre looking for something to watch late night on TV you could do far worse.

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