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Noomi Rapace as Renee
Peter Stormare as Terrence
Michael Chiklis as Bald Man
Lesley Manville as Dr. Nyman
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Reviewed by Hellmant 7 / 10

If you like creepy bad B-horror flicks, you'll probably get a kick out of it.

'RUPTURE': Three and a Half Stars (Out of Five)

A psychological horror flick directed by Steven Shainberg (who also helmed the 2002 cult classic 'SECRETARY') and written by Shainberg and Brian Nelson (who also wrote the 2005 cult classic 'HARD CANDY'). It stars Noomi Rapace as a single mother that's abducted by a mysterious organization, and then subjected to severe fear-inducing torture as part of some secret experiment. The film also costars Michael Chiklis, Peter Stormare and Kerry Bishe. It hasn't been well received by most viewers, or critics that have seen it, but I enjoyed it.

Renee (Rapace) is a single mother struggling to deal with an abusive ex, who's also her son's father. After dropping the boy off at his dad's for the weekend, Renee is abducted (on the road after blowing a tire) by a secret organization. She's then taken to an unknown location, where she's injected with chemicals and subjected to torturous fear-inducing experiments. Renee encounters multiple other people being held there, who are also being subjected to the same horrendous experiments. When she's left alone, Renee breaks free of her bondage, and then begins sneaking around the location in an attempt to figure out what's really going on.

The movie definitely has a cheesy B-horror movie feel to it, but I like that feel in films (if it's done well). This movie is really creepy, and effectively nightmarish to a certain extent. I always have to give those things credit. Rapace gives it her all in the lead (like always), and the supporting actors seem to be having a lot of fun with their creepy roles. It's definitely not an especially well made (or well written) movie, but it is fun and entertaining (in my opinion at least). If you like creepy bad B-horror flicks, I think you'll probably get a kick out of it (like I did).

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Reviewed by kosmasp 7 / 10

Rubbing off

So people/characters in this may seem cold and this may seem a bit too much for some. And it has its flaws, but it still builds a stellar case in the thriller department (though many will also put in Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy territory). The movie is not for everyone and I did cringe at times.

But there is more to it than meets the eye (no pun intended). And if you allow yourself to take the journey, you may not understand everything, but you will have a tension filled film. Now that sounds vague, but don't expect the movie to do all the thinking for you either. Well lit and photographed, this is a trip of a different proportions

Reviewed by jake_fantom 1 / 10

The real spoiler is if you have to watch this atrocity

Low-budget asinine claptrap. It's really a moronic torture-centric horror movie with one dimly-lit set. Noomi Rapace, who seems to have staked out a career in cheesy science-fiction films, spends half the film trying to break free of her chains (which she manages with the help of an X-acto knife she just happened to have with her when she was abducted), and the other half crawling around in an air duct from torture room to torture room in some kind of underground torture motel. The abductors, of course, turn out to be space alien snake people, who need some substance in human skin that is released when victims are tortured into a state of terror. In case you ever saw Fur, the idiotic fantasy film about photographer Diane Arbus that featured Robert Downey Jr. as a werewolf — same director, Steve Shainberg, who is now on my permanent list of must-avoid directors.

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