Director: Kris Roselli
Screenplay: Kris Roselli
Stars: Katie Lyons, Audrey Kovár, Chris Wolfe, Bryan Enright and Eric Francis Melaragni
Tagline: No One Can Hide Forever
After a botched robbery where Reed (Wolfe) was shot, Sarah, Rick and Kyle need a place to hold up until the heat dies down. They find a remote farmhouse where an old woman lives with her granddaughter… at least that’s how it appears…
Thoughts (beware of spoilers)…
Hideout begins well enough with an interesting premise. Four violent robbers on the run take shelter at a remote farm unaware that one of their hostages isn’t what she seems. Unfortunately once it gets going Hideout doesn’t live up to its potential. It’s slow with quite a bit of overacting by Wolfe and Enright, Yelling and raising your eyebrows only takes you so far. Katie Lyons is definitely the star of the show.
If you like low-budget horror, you can do worse, but I was expecting better.
Hideout earns 2 of 5 stars.