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  • I couldn't be more impressed after watching this brilliant crime thriller that is probably one of the best of its kind
  • I think people should definitely watch this film as it ends with a vital message that warns you not to trust anybody no matter how lonely or helpless you feel

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      A Daughter’s Nightmare directed by Vic Sarin is one of those thrilling TV movies that send waves of current down your spine. I couldn’t be more impressed after watching this brilliant crime thriller that is probably one of the best of its kind. After the death of Ariel’s father she and her mother, Dana, found a new companion called Adam who, at first, seemed to be a God sent angel to them.

      Adam’s step-son, Ben, who is believed to be suffering from some sort of mental disorder after his mother’s death finds a good friend in Ariel whom he comes across in his college. However things start appearing mysterious as the story unfolds and we start doubting Adam’s motives.

      The direction has been quite satisfactory. I really like Hannah Montana’s beautiful Emily Osment as a promising college student called Ariel who is shown to be outsmarting the detectives in the end. Greg Sulkin has efficiently portrayed the simply mysterious troubled character of Ben. Paul Johansson’s honest inexplicable look in his eyes make him perfect for the role of Adam who arrests our attention till the end. Victoria Pratt as Ariel’s mother has successfully brought out the insecurity of her character who lives alone with her daughter after her husband’s death. The editing and cinematography have also ...


      • A Daughter's Nightmare (2014, TV movie)
      been pretty good.

      This 87 minute long flick has been gripping till its very end which, however, reminds me of the ending of The Stepfather directed by Nelson McCormick. I find Adam’s character is very much like that of The Stepfather’s Jerry Blake who loved kids and the family life. As the film proceeds we see a hero turn into a villain and his sinister past, that may cause you to sympathize

      with him, is revealed. I cannot point out any negative aspect of watching this film as the plot is too engrossing.

      I think people should definitely watch this film as it ends with a vital message that warns you not to trust anybody no matter how lonely or helpless you feel. It is always better to be lonely than to have some dangerous companion or you might find yourself walking in Dana’s shoes!




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