A Guest Review by Hugh Robertson ©2012

Starring: Sophia Dawnay, Lisa Devlin, and Jonathan Sidgwick

Produced by James Eaves and Laura Tennant

Directed by James Eaves

Released by Chemical Burn Entertainment

SYNOPSIS: Four women awake in an underground cell with amnesia. The women soon discover that they are part of an experiment with no obvious purpose. They are visited, one by one, by the SURGEON who cuts a four digit number into each woman’s skin…the exact time he will return to kill them. Each woman must quickly piece together the dark secret behind the gruesome experiment and somehow survive the Surgeon’s nightly visits of pain, torture and grisly murder. Is there any way to escape? What is the purpose of the experiment? And who or what is screaming every time the lights go out? Be prepared for a shocking ending that will leave you breathless! Best Feature Film at the LA Shriekfest Film Festival.

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My thanks to guest reviewer Hugh Robertson. Hugh is a filmmaker, editor and a movie aficionado. His expertise lies in European horror films. Robertson resides in Virginia.