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Inoperable is a Bit of a Hatchet Job: A Film Review

Inoperable Is A Bit Of A Hatchet Job: A Film Review

*full disclosure: a DVD screener of this film was provided by the film's publicity arm. **spoiler alert: there are spoilers here. Director: Christopher Lawrence Chapman. Writers: Christopher Lawrence Chapman, Jeff Miller. Cast: Danielle Harris, Katie Keene, Chris Hahn and Jeff Denton. Inoperable is an indie horror feature, from the filmmakers behind Clowntown (2016). This time director Christopher Lawrence Chapman and writer Jeff Miller set their horror feature in a rundown hospital, while a Category 5 Hurricane causes chaos outside. There are a lot of gruesome sights to be seen in the hospital. Sets look like something from a haunted house amusement ride. But, the film's final flourish misses a beat or two. Protagonist Amy, played by horror icon Danielle Harris, is a bit too unhinged to piece things together. Still, Inoperable is an entertaining watch, set in a scarred psyche. Inoperable is very much a horror film. There is the moody soundtrack, from composer Jonathan Price....

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