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Craig is left all by his own when his parents die in a fire, and when he loses his medication, his world is turned into terror and fear.

Release Year: 2008

Rating: 4.0/10 (198 voted)

Kim Sønderholm

Stars: Kim Sønderholm, Peter Ottesen, Christian Magdu

Craig is left all by his own when his parents die in a fire, and when he loses his medication, his world is turned into terror and fear.

Writers: Kim Sønderholm, Jan T. Jensen


Kim Sønderholm

Craig Anderson

Peter Ottesen


Christian Magdu


Jan Tjerrild


Merete Van Kamp


Lloyd Kaufman

Voice of God



Anna Bård

Catherine, Craig's sister

Zoe Hunter

Nightmare Girl

Anja Owe


Sarah Louise Christiansen

Fantasy Girl

Bianca Barnett

Dream Girl

(as Bianca Abel)

Ian Burns

Craig's father

Alice Haaber


Robyn Griggs

TV Newscaster

A little loneliness can be hazardous..


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Release Date: 3 Jan 2008

Filming Locations: Amager, Denmark

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User Review

Psycho drama captivates

Rating: 7/10

Who knows what is going on in the mind of a serial killer. Is is
synapses failing to fire correctly, or the lack of some chemical? Can
psychotropics solve the problem? Danish filmmaker Kim Sønderholm makes
a valiant attempt to show a man who struggles with his impulses, and,
ultimately, loses.

A hint of child abuse is given in a zombie encounter with his father,
who was killed, along with his mother, in a fire. Craig's (played by
the director) inadvertently put his sister in a coma in the fire. He is
plagued by guilt over his sister's condition and seeks psychotherapy.
Sønderholm must have a bit of Scientology in him as his psychotherapist
is a real loser.

Lithium seems to help Craig, but it seems strange that he takes it like
breath mints out of a tin whenever a panic attack is revealed. Maybe
that is the way medicine is dispensed in Denmark. But the slights to
his manhood continue from all directions and, at some point, the
medicine loses it's effectiveness and he gives in to his murderous

There is little blood and gore, so don't expect Saw. It is more about
the drama going on in Craig's head. His method is usually
strangulation. His targets are always women, although he gets most of
his insults from men. He ends up chasing a girl though the woods and
raping her after he shoots her. This is where I have a problem with the
film. Not the supposed necrophilia, but the fact that it doesn't end
with his shooting, as it should. It goes on for two more scenes that
just don't make sense to me.

Those that like their horror more psychological than bloody will find
this to be an interesting film. The camera work of Jan T. Jensen and
Søren Ulfkjær was excellent, and the soundtrack will please all those
who like their music hard and loud. Both really fit well with the

A little humor and a lot of flesh makes for icing on the cake.