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Melissa Høegh Marcher over 5 years ago
The great psycological horror got ruined a bit by the "supernatural" parts.
Michael Cole over 5 years ago
Took me a while to find this in the database. Called 6 Souls in the US. Good thriller.
Deborah Peacock over 2 years ago
Marian Coppieters over 4 years ago
Edsel Dope almost 6 years ago
Bogi Poulsen 7 years ago
Matt Rhoades almost 8 years ago
Lara Pastelle almost 8 years ago
Shelter is a supernatural horror-thriller directed by Måns Mårlind and Björn Stein, written by Michael Cooney, and starring Julianne Moore and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. The movie is straight-to-video in the U.S. possibly in 2011. Widowed psychiatrist Cara (Julianne Moore) is at an airport planning to go home. A little after she calls her daughter Sam (Brooklynn Proulx) from the airport, who is being looked after by her brother Stephen (Nathan Corddry) she receives an intriguing call from her own father Dr. Harding (Jeffrey DeMunn), also a psychiatrist. He tells her about an interesting new patient he has found and persuades her to come and with him and see the patient and she agrees out of career-spurred curiosity though she is annoyed that he thinks she "should just change her schedule because he's dug out some patient from the archives." Cara meets the patient (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) who is wheeled into the room and introduces himself as David Bernburg. "David" as the patient is known...
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