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'Insight'
(Natalie Zea, Sean Patrick Flanery, Christopher Lloyd, Adam Baldwin, et al / DVD / R / 2012 / Phase 4 Films)

Overview: While attempting to save the life of a fatally stabbed young woman, ER nurse Kaitlyn is accidentally electrocuted by a backfiring defibrillator. Upon awakening, she begins to experience memories that are not hers, but rather those of the now deceased victim.

DVD Verdict: Kaitlyn (Natalie Zea) is working in the ER when they wheel in Allison (Angeline-Rose Troy) who has multiple stab wounds. For some reason they decide to zap her and Kaitlyn gets in the way. Kaitlyn believes Allison was conscience at the time and was trying to tell her who is the killer. All she says is, "He loves me."

OK, not really helpful or the answer she was looking for, but moving on and Kaitlyn now begins to get various memory flashbacks (but not hers!) So, she decides to investigate on her own - as you do! She meets Shep (Christopher Lloyd), an elderly tenet who knew Allison. She also decides to see Allison's shrink, as you do! Who freely talks to her about Allison - as he would!

The movie has that low budget made for TV plot, dialouge, and sound track. While you want to know who the killer is (it at least gives you more than one suspect) the film drags getting there come its final third. But, don't fall asleep out of boredom, for the film takes an unexpected turn that you DON'T want to miss! This is a Widescreen Presentation (1:85.1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs.

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