Starring: Tina Krause, Douglas W. Rose, Ben Budd, Riv Tyler

Directors: Alex OrrJay Bauman, Mike Stoklasa

Synopsis: A heavily medicated woman returns to her hometown after
fifteen years to make preparations for her estranged mother's funeral, only
to be haunted by long-repressed memories of a childhood horror.


Beverly Sloan, a woman with obvious psychological problems is forced to
go home to plan her dead mothers funeral and winds up having to battle
some childhood demons of her own. Beverly was not close with her mother
and her awkwardness towards the whole situation is painfully apparent to
the viewers. The film moves a little slow but the purpose of this I think
adds to the impending dread that hovers so neatly around us. After
packing up her eight prescription bottles and some clothes she tells her
hubby goodbye and travels back to stay at her childhood home where she
will sleep on the couch because she can not fathom sleeping in her
previously estranged mother's bed. Beverly starts to see things- are they
real? Is she just hallucinating because she stopped her medicine? Could
this place house her mom's spirit?

Beverly starts having nightmares and day visions of a man in a suit with a
bald head who lived in the woods out behind her house. When she was a
child she would play out back and he would creep up and talk to her with I
think the intent to either kidnap or kill her. Having no previous recollection
of these memories start to scare and confuse her to the brink of insanity.
If you are the type of person who is fidgety or can't sit still, then this
movie isn't for you. You need to be patient and silently watch the mystery
unfold before you. Will Beverly survive her brief visit home or will she slowly
be driven insane by her mind playing tricks on her? Recovered is the
complete view of madness that takes over when familiar surroundings
trigger what she had so long ago repressed.

Overall: 5/10
Genres: Horror


Country: USA

Year: 200 7

Runtime: 82 minutes

Studio: Red Letter Media

Review done by: The Angry Princess
Online since: February 20th, 2006
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