There was only one scene with the three together, and though it had a different 'feel' from the rest of the film (it would have seemed more at home in a drama than a horror film), that scene was probably the best up until the climax.His two friends do appear later in the movie after they had been possessed by the Shadowbuilder, and it seemed as though Chris had known them better than was explained in the story.The CG that did end up making it into 'Shadowbuilder' is very impressive and much better than that of even the highest profile direct to video thrillers.One subplot I really thought should have been expanded on and furthered was the friendship between Chris and his two friends.
Federal Hwy.-#108, Boca Raton 33432 You’re invited! FOR MORE DETAILS, CLICK HERE OR Just click the “Buy Now” button below!It are these questions that the audience asks themselves over and over again while viewing this film, and if they were properly answered, then I would be reviewing a much better film.Another thing I wanted to point out was the awful, awful packaging that the VHS version comes in (not sure about the DVD edition, as it was released by a different distributor, Sterling Entertainment- VHS was done by Lion's Gate). rent it if you can get a copy, otherwise don't bother.The rest of the supporting cast is made up pretty much of Canadian nobodies who get the job done, but just aren't all that great.The flicks' protagonist, Chris Hatcher, is played by 13 year old newcomer Kevin Zegers, who handles the part surprisingly well, not making Chris obnoxious or arrogant like most child stars would (and have done many, many times).
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