D-Tox (2002)

Survival is a killer

Original Title : D-Tox
Director : Jim Gillespie
Writer : Howard Swindle
Ron L. Brinkerhoff
Ron L. Brinkerhoff
Genre : Action
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Karen Kehela , Ric Kidney , Kevin King , Maureen Peyrot
Music : John Powell
William Ross
James McKee Smith
Geoff Zanelli
Photography : Dean Semler
Distributor : Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment [us]
MPAA Rating : Rated R for strong violence/gore and language.
IMDB ID : 0160184
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poster for "D-Tox" by Jim Gillespie (2002)
D-Tox (2002) - Jim Gillespie


ÂSylvester Stallone FBI Agent Jake Malloy
ÂCharles Dutton Hendricks (as Charles S. Dutton
ÂCharles Dutton Hendricks (as Charles S. Dutton


Stallone plays a cop who comes undone after witnessing a brutal scene on the job. He checks into a rehab clinic that specializes in treating law enforcement officials. Soon, he finds that his fellow patients are being murdered one by one.


Super fast Stallone slasher flick *SPOILER ALERT* *SPOILER ALERT* Stallone travels into a winter wonderland to have a slasher movie. He's a burnt out cop recuperating in some frozen gulag.How anyone could get healthy in a place like that is beyond me. Faster than it takes to blink, a serial killer springs out of the snow and decides he hates cops, especially Stallone.The battle is on. The movie zoomed ahead without a second of mystery or suspense.It couldn't wait to end.It actually started off semi-interesting.Once Stallone hits the D-Tox center however, the filmmakers took a weed whacker to the movie. It moved like a Michael Bay movie on steroids. Stallone did have a cool fight at the end with the killer.I'll give it that.But it's all "been there, done that". I think the filmmakers figured that out about the midway point and hit the gas pedal to the finish line.
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