Directed by Ben Cresciman
In a Hollywood mansion, Janie (Sarah Hagan, “Freaks and Geeks”) is being nursed back to health by her nanny Irma (horror icon Barbara Crampton), who makes Janie do bizarre rituals to cure her after a breakdown. When Janie becomes obsessed with a woman named Savannah, and begins stalking the innocent stranger, it falls to Irma to get Janie back under control. But Janie thinks she knows what’s best for Janie. Mysterious, unsettling, and brilliantly acted, SUN CHOKE is a standout in the wave of excellent recent horror films about disturbed women, including SHE WOLF and SHREW’S NEST. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.
A disturbed young woman named Janie is looked after by a domineering nanny who claims she is trying to make her well.
Cast: Sarah Hagan, Sara Malakul Lane, Barbara Crampton
Would have more fun wanking with sandpaper. She dies, her career dies, the girlfriend and boyfriend die. Sad to say that the bomb didn’t go off sooner.
The slow pace didn't bother me, but I needed more to justfiy the slow burn.
It kept me entertained purely because I kept hoping it would make some sense. I still have no idea on what it was really all about
(Once again, as I was saying) before this site cut off my review: So so SLOW. Tedious dialogue and acting. Gave up half way through.
Pedestrian photography, sets, costumes, colour