- Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Sebastian Stan, Jennifer Carpenter, Wes Bentley, Daniel Sunjata, Joel David Moore, Katherine Moenning, Michael Paré, Jordon Fry, Emily Wickersham, Amy Lawhorn, Erin Carufel, Jeanine Jackson, Ted Rooney, Robert Blanche
- Director: Heitor Dhalia
- Writer: Allison Burnett
- Producers: Dan Abrams, Sidney Kimmel, Gary Lucchesi, Tom Rosenberg, Chris Salvaterra
- Executive Producers: Matt Berenson, Ted Gidlow, Jim Tauber
- Art Direction: Sarah Contant
- Castings: Deborah Aquila, Tricia Wood
- Costume Design: Lindsay McKay
- D.O.P.: Michael Grady
- Editor: John Axelrad
- Makeup: Michelle Vittone
- Music: David Buckley
- Production Design: Charisse Cardenas
- Set Decoration: Teresa Visinare
Jill Parrish (Amanda Seyfried) comes home from a night shift to discover her sister Molly has been abducted. Jill, who had escaped from a kidnapper a year before, is convinced that the same serial killer has come back for her sister. Afraid that Molly will be dead by sundown, Jill embarks on a heart-pounding chase to find the killer, expose his secrets and save her sister.
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Filming Locations: Portland, USA
- MPAA Warning: Violence and terror, some sexual material, brief language and drug references
- Production Budget: $28 million
- Production Companies: Lakeshore Entertainment, Sidney Kimmel Entertainment
- Production Schedule: April 2011 - June 2011
2012 Guide Analysis: "Scribe Allison Burnett ("Fame," "Resurrection the Champ") penned the forgettable Diane Lane-led online-themed serial killer thriller "Untraceable" which started off on decent footing before devolving quickly into genre cliche.
Four years later she's penned the script for this $28 million kidnap thriller which looks a little stronger in both casting and premise, but one would hardly be surprised if it doesn't suffer the same sort of problems.
Dhalia ("Adrift," "Drained") helms the story which follows Jill, a young woman whose sister has disappeared. Jill believes it's the work of a serial killer who kidnapped her two years ago and has returned, so she sets out to once again face her abductor. Throw in the police chasing her because they think she's crazy and you know the killer is either going to be her and she doesn't know it, or it's the good looking boyfriend/cop (ie. Stan or Bentley).
Thankfully there appears to be no silly gimmick to make this too embarrassing like Lindsay Lohan as amputated psychic horny stripper twins in "I Know Who Killed Me" or the Bruce Willis and Halle Berry AOL IM sexting antics of "Perfect Stranger". Direct-to-video fare with a better cast (namely Stan and Carpenter) than it probably deserves."