Horror at Sundance: "7 Days"

When the rapist and murderer of his eight-year-old daughter is arrested, a successful surgeon kidnaps the man as he's being taken to the courthouse and spends seven days taking out his revenge while evading the police. Word on the French-Canadian film "7 Days" is that it is filled with extremely graphic scenes of the bereaved father using his surgical training as a method of torture. A very cool bonus about this movie is that on the day it premiered at Sundance (January 21) it was simultaneously made available to watch through the VOD service Sundance Selects. If you have cable or satellite through Comcast, Cablevision, Cox, Time Warner, or Direct TV you might be able to watch "7 Days" at home right now at the same time as it's screening in the festival.

John Shelton

Writer/Podcast Host/Professor

Born and raised in the back of a video store, Shelton went beyond the hills and crossed the seven seas as BGH's foreign correspondent before settling into a tenure hosting Sophisticult Cinema. He enjoys the finer things in life, including but not limited to breakfast tacos, vintage paperbacks and retired racing greyhounds.

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