Lethal Eviction (2005)

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The new owner of a dilapidated apartment building becomes the prime suspect in a series of brutal murders in this thriller starring Judd Nelson, Jennifer Carpenter, and Stacey Dash. Amanda Winters has just purchased the Grayson Arms, a crumbling apartment complex filled with rent-controlled tenants who all plan to remain precisely where they are. Unfortunately for all involved, Amanda has other plans for the property. Later, as the tenants begin to die in a series of gruesome accidents, Amanda is singled out as the prime suspect in the deaths. But Amanda isn't the only one with a reason to kill, because from the mysterious twins to the neurotic therapist who dwells in Grayson Arms, it seems that everyone has some kind of dark secret to protect.
Rating:
R (violence, language and drug use)
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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MTI Home Video

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Cast

Stacey Dash
as Amanda
Adam Huss
as Bryan
Marshall Cook
as Reed Mathews
Caia Coley
as Tenant
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Critic Reviews for Lethal Eviction

All Critics (1)

...the better-than-expected performances certainly [play] a key role in the film's mild success...

Full Review… | December 11, 2007
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Audience Reviews for Lethal Eviction

A descent horror flick with very little scares\kills. Not only is it slow, but the gay character could have been cut out of this movie.

Jacob Palacio
Jacob Palacio

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43/100. Low budget supposed thriller, poorly acted by most but there are a few decent performances. It's a bit tedious to sit through and it takes a little too long to get going, and once it does it's rather pointless because it's obvious what is going on and who is doing what. It's predictability prevents it from being interesting.

James Higgins
James Higgins

Low budget supposed thriller, poorly acted by most but there are a few decent performances. It?s a bit tedious to sit through and it takes a little too long to get going, and once it does it's rather pointless because it's obvious what is going on and who is doing what. It's predictability prevents it from being interesting.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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