‘Escape at your own risk.’
The Girl – aka Psychopath – is a 2014 American science fiction horror thriller film directed by actress Jennifer Blanc-Biehn ( she also directed Almost Dead) based on a screenplay by Lony Ruhmann (The Night Visitor; Fetish Factory; Hellevator Man).
The film stars her husband Michael Biehn (The Terminator; Bereavement; Hidden in the Woods), plus Tia Carrere (Zombie Nightmare; Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated), Evie Louise Thompson, Tristan DeVan, Dana Daurey, Nick Nicholson, Raven Carrell, Jenise Blanc, Lorraine Ziff, Tanya Newobould and Hallie Jordan.
A harrowing tale of a kidnapped girl who is rescued by a young boy, and in return is compelled to save him from the horrors that lie in his home…
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“The Girl isn’t going to work for those who need wild special effects and non-stop action to hold their attention. It is going to work quite well for those who find plausible tragedies terrifying and love to witness passion seep through the pores of performers. Like another recent Blanc-Biehn production, Hidden in the Woods, The Girl really embraces the grindhouse style of cinema so many of us love…” Addicted to Horror Movies
“The terror inflicted by a twisted Michael Biehn is genuinely one of the best performances of his post Aliens career but this all feels alien against the low budget the film has. The intention and inventive twist on the genre feels somewhat wasted and poorly executed yet not through poor writing or direction but merely shooting with the limitations of cost.” Blood Guts
“The casting of the family just did not fit, and instead of focusing on having a solid storyline, solid characters and an atmosphere they focused on the mother watching a shopping network which took up a LOT of valuable screen time. Avoid at all costs.” Horror Facts
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