Tuesday, October 25, 2016

'The Id' Blu-Ray Review

The bond between a parent and a child is one of the most beautiful that we know. Meredith Lane (Amanda Wyss) loves her father, she literally takes care of him both day and night. The problem is she has been doing this all her life. Meredith is no longer a young girl and has for decades been there for her loving father. Oops, did I say loving father? I meant to say her abusive, uncaring, controlling beast of a father. That's right Meredith's father played by Patrick Peduto controls everything she does. It's been of late that Meredith is finally wanting to spread her wings and fly away from this nut job. Unfortunately she simply doesn't know how to do it.

A person from Meredith's past stops by one day and it's from this moment on that Meredith wants to get away. She knows that she has to finally stand up against his cruel ways but how after all her life can she figure out a way to do it. What doesn't help is that the neighbors begin to take notice of what is taking place inside the house and this just makes things worse.

Meredith begins to slip away into a land of fantasy and reality and doesn't really have a clue as to what to do. She hopelessly falls into paranoia and truthfully she is simply going mad. Her father has controlled her all her life and without this she doesn't know how to handle it.

Hutson Ranch Media and Panic Ventures bring this thriller to us on Blu-Ray on October 25th, 2016. The Blu-Ray  quality is magnificent and the sights and sounds are exquisite. This is going to be one of those Blu-Ray's that you will want to add to your personal library. The horror of trying to live your life but when you never really had one to begin with makes the struggle even worse. So take the time and watch how Meredith overcomes her father and his tyrannical ways. Enjoy.