• Released
  • June 18, 2004
  • Suspense/Thriller
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70

L.A. Weekly

By Ella Taylor
This nastily efficient thriller from British newcomer John Simpson offers a low-budget, high-tech expression of the idea that just because you're paranoid doesn' mean they'e not after you.
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70

Los Angeles Times

While the clammy character is difficult to warm up to, Evans' riveting performance gradually and uncomfortably allows us to empathize.
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60

Variety

By David Rooney
Signals a talented newcomer in writer-director John Simpson and boasts a gripping central performance from popular British comedian Lee Evans.
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50

The Hollywood Reporter

By Sheri Linden
Repetitive and ultimately a victim of its own hysteria, the U.K. indie is nonetheless an impressive exercise in high-tech gothic style, with a convincingly deranged Lee Evans.
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40

The A.V. Club

By Scott Tobias
Compelling as it sounds, the idea behind Freeze Frame doesn't make any sense, especially when realized in practical terms.
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55 out of 100
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