|release date||March 13 2009|
|writer||Mark Haslett, Carl Ellsworth, Adam Alleca|
|starring||Garret Dillahunt, Rhys Coiro, Martha MacIsaac, Riki Lindhome, Sara Paxton, Tony Goldwyn, Monica Potter|
|tagline||If bad people hurt someone you love, how far would you go to hurt them back?|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisJohn and Emma Collingwood are on vacation at their lakeshore house when, by a bizarre twist of fate, they give shelter to the sociopaths who have just assaulted and nearly killed their daughter. Upon discovering the truth, they exact a chilling revenge on her attackers...
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