SINS OF THE GUILTY REVIEWED
“Sins of the Guilty” follows a young artist who embarks on a dangerous romance. When things get tricky, she has to use her new environment to fight off this new danger. Honestly, this is literally every third movie aimed at women. But, here’s the kicker. The victim woman uses a paranormal seer to find the supernatural reason for why he’s a cheating psycho. The movie only goes South from there, but I can see some of you chuckling already. Swing for the fences and pick this one up.
- Movie Trailers
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby 2.0
RELEASE DATE: 10/11/16
The Plot Thus Far
Vanessa Johnson (Trina McGee of Boy Meets World, Girl Meets World) has left her wealthy suburban family – and trust fund – behind, moving into the city to pursue her art. A talented dancer, she’d rather live on the gritty edge in the city than continue her old pampered existence. She thinks she knows what she’s doing, but finds herself in over her head when a dangerous romance starts to dominate her life. Her new lover is just launching a glamorous fashion photography start up. He’s bad news, cheating his partner, and brazenly sleeping with other women. When he gets violent with Vanessa, she turns to an all-knowing paranormal seer to help find the truth. Soon she knows more about The Sins of the Guilty than she ever wanted. When both her lover and domineering mother turn up murdered in her own building, the walls of her new life close in.