Bree Nora-Jane Noone and Jonna Alexandra Park have had a hard childhood with an abusive father, but more is explored as Jonna has had some problems with drugs while Bree has had a better life with her fairy-tale fiancé. I definitely was pulled in by the acting and the tension. I'm definitely willing to watch it, though, and give it a chance! When I saw the trailer for the film, I was drawn in. When in a situation where you are probably going to die, you have an epiphany of your life. I love what I do, and I enjoy sharing everything I can with you when it comes to movies and geekery. The film was directed by Matt Eskandari and I'm kind of curious to see how the film plays out. The incident took place in the town of Orbost in Victoria, Australia, reported.
Years later, Jonna and Bree are up for some sisterly fun when they decide to spend the holiday at the public pool. In the film… Sisters Bree and Jonna get trapped beneath the fiberglass cover of an Olympic sized public pool after it closes for the holiday weekend. Alexandra Park, Nora-Jane Noone, Diane Farr and Tobin Bell star. Four paranormal research students are sent to an abandoned complex to conduct an investigation into strange occurrences that the locals feel are the results of demonic possessions. Apparently, the film was inspired by real events.
This site is part of my life's work, it's a part of me. . The truth is someone is there watching them. The Lifetime movie takes its direction from Matt Eskandari and is written by Matt Eskandari and Michael Hultquist. They find themselves at the mercy of the night janitor, Clara, who sees the trapped sisters as an opportunity to solve a few problems of her own. Filmed in Los Angeles, California, 12 Feet Deep stars Diane Farr, Tobin Bell, and Nora-Jane Noone. Final Thoughts If you like underwater, claustrophobic horror thrillers, then this is your film.
By the time the aspiring nurse and midwife was found during the early morning hours, she had already expired. In my spare time I travel to the netherworlds to battle demons. She has contributed content to other websites, such as Examiner. The only qualm I have about the film is that Tobin Bell as McGradey is barely in the film. If you saw the trailer and are expecting Tobin Bell to pull off a Jigsaw spin-off, then you are going to be sadly mistaken. Since they were small children, they often competed against each other to see who could swim the fastest. These amateur ghost hunters get much more than they bargained for when the power goes out, they hear unearthly noises and discover demons lurking in a hidden basement deep beneath the cold, stone structure that now.
Also, the relationship between the sisters was written beautifully. Official Synopsis: Inspired by true events, two sisters are trapped under the fiberglass cover of an Olympic sized public pool and must brave the cold and each other to survive the harrowing night. Cheydan Barr was a 20-year-old woman who became trapped in a pool during a Christmas Day swim in 2015. Movies are my passion and I live and breathe all things geek. I'm ok with films like this, that try to be inventive and make the most of a simple story concept. Estranged already, we learn of a bitterness between them stemming from years of opposing paths begun by a tragedy in their youth that haunts them to this day The muted blue tones of the pool help keep some desperation and the dialogue, which is crucial since there is—by extension of the premise—nearly no action, is mostly compelling, though the entire setup edges a little too close to metaphorical. There are no ghosts or pool monsters in this film, but they do attempt to make things a bit more interesting by adding a seemingly crazed janitor.
The story works, even with it being based on true events. Trapped Sisters is a horrifying new movie that will air tonight. However, a day of fun turns into complete terror after the pool closes and the fiberglass cover begins to close, trapping the teen sisters inside. It could end up being a solid film, it could end up being complete crap. This is just one incident that I saw had occurred after I wrote the script. A trailer has surfaced for a new horror thriller called 12 Feet Deep. Trapped Sisters, also known as 12 Feet Deep, and Deep End, chronicles the harrowing story of teen sisters who are trapped under the fiberglass cover of a public pool.
Just when it looks like the girls might make it out, their hopes are dashed when it becomes apparent they are trapped beneath 100,000 gallons of water with no way out. The story centers on two girls who somehow get trapped under the cover of a public swimming pool. Summer is here, and with it, some summer horror flicks that will make you never want to go in the water ever again. It makes good use of the limited set, the pool and the small gap of air between the surface and the pool cover provide plenty of chilling close-ups of the women's failing faces as they come to grips with their surreal reality. Here's the synopsis: Sisters Bree and Jonna get trapped beneath the fiberglass cover of an Olympic sized public pool after it closes for the holiday weekend. I think he is probably in it for a total of 10 minutes. And they believe no one hears their loud screams.
They find themselves at the mercy of the night janitor, Clara, who sees the trapped sisters as an opportunity to solve a few problems of her own. So dive in with us as I take a look at this underwater horror. In Trapped Sisters, Lifetime movie fans meet Bree and Jonna, two teen sisters who love swimming. This film, for me, was a thrill ride; it takes a look at what would it be like to have to not only fight for your life but fight to stay alive. They try to break the glass but nothing seems to work. Was following the sister's journey and hoping they find a way out.