Chained

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Overview

Director Jennifer Lynch (Boxing Helena, Surveillance) details the bizarre relationship between a depraved serial killer and the young boy he attempts to forcefully shape into his protégé in this dark psychological thriller starring Vincent D'Onofrio. Sarah (Julia Ormond) and her eight year old son Tim (Even Bird) were returning home from the movies when they made the fateful mistake of stepping into a taxi driven by depraves psycho Bob (D'Onofrio), who brutally murders the terrified mother before chain the young ...
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Overview

Director Jennifer Lynch (Boxing Helena, Surveillance) details the bizarre relationship between a depraved serial killer and the young boy he attempts to forcefully shape into his protégé in this dark psychological thriller starring Vincent D'Onofrio. Sarah (Julia Ormond) and her eight year old son Tim (Even Bird) were returning home from the movies when they made the fateful mistake of stepping into a taxi driven by depraves psycho Bob (D'Onofrio), who brutally murders the terrified mother before chain the young boy in his basement, and making him an unwitting accomplice to murder. Each time Bob kills, Evan is forced to clean up every last trace of evidence. When Evan repeatedly tried to escape, Bob renames him Rabbit, and locks him up with just enough chain that he can move through the house with no hope for escape. Over the course of the next few years, Bob shapes Rabbit (played as a teen by Eamon Farren) into the perfect killing machine. Later, when the time comes for Rabbit to embrace the life of a serial killer, he realizes that his may be his last chance to strike back at the madman who made his life a living hell.
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Special Features

Audio Commentary with writer/director Jennifer Lynch and actor Vincent D'Onofrio; Mary's murder - alternate unrated version; Trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/2/2012
  • UPC: 013132523699
  • Original Release: 2012
  • Rating:

  • Source: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Region Code: 1A
  • Presentation: Color / Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:34:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 67,150

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Vincent D'Onofrio Bob
Eamon Farren Rabbit
Gina Philips
Conor Leslie
Evan Bird Tim/Rabbit
Jake Weber
Julia Ormond Sarah
Technical Credits
Jennifer Chambers Lynch Director
Jennifer Lynch Director, Screenwriter
Craig Anderson Executive Producer
Rhonda Baker Producer
David Buelow Producer
Climax Golden Twins Score Composer
Shane Daly Cinematographer
Gerard Demaer Executive Producer
Kevin Kasha Executive Producer
Shannon Makhanian Casting
Sara McCudden Production Designer
Lee Nelson Producer
Damian O'Donnell Screenwriter
Chris A. Peterson Editor
Brenda Shenher Costumes/Costume Designer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Chained
1. Main Titles [5:07]
2. Wrong Taxi [4:58]
3. "I Will Call You Rabbit" [10:42]
4. Chained [8:49]
5. Hunting Humans [6:34]
6. Disturbing Dreams [8:00]
7. "Why Do You Do What You Do?" [9:20]
8. Looking for Mrs. Right [14:16]
9. "Look Who's All Grown Up" [11:35]
10. Surprising Little Secret [4:51]
11. Reunited [7:11]
12. End Credits [2:45]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Chained
   Play
   Set-Up
      Audio
         English Dolby Digital 5.1
         Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Jennifer Lynch and Actor Vincent D'Onofrio
      Subtitles
         English SDH
         Spanish
         Subtitles: None
   Scene Selections
   Specual Features
      Mary's Murder - Alternate Version
      Trailer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2013

    Great movie. It is hard to watch at moments but is different fro

    Great movie. It is hard to watch at moments but is different from other Horror movies. It's main focus is on the twisted relationship with Bob, the serial killer, and Rabbit, a boy Bob takes as his slave after killing his mother. The movie does have its gory moments but most of the murder scenes are heard rather than seen, which can be much creepier. The movie was originally named "Rabbit", which I wish would have stuck. Eamon Farren, who plays older Rabbit, is phenomenal. With his strikingly pale skinny frame, Farren mastered his role as a boy turned man chained and forced to follow the demands of loner who will reveal, through disturbing flashbacks, why he became a misogynist serial killer. I wasn't sure how I'd feel about this movie but I'm still thinking about it a week later. It has an impact. It is full of twists and the ending will leave you with answers you never saw coming.

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