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Socket (2007)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance, Sci-Fi | 14 July 2007 (USA)
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Dr. Bill Matthews is struck by lighting. While recovering at the hospital where he works, he begins an intimate relationship with Dr. Craig Murphy, who invites Bill to join a strange group of lightning survivors.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Derek Long ...
Bill Matthews
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Craig Murphy
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Dr. Emily Andersen
Rasool J'Han ...
Carol (as Rasool Jahan)
Allie Rivenbark ...
Olivia
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Mike
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Kennedy
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Alex
Sandy Lawson Jr. ...
Lisa
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Andi
Amy Seeley ...
Joanna (as Amy Sidney)
Georgia Jean ...
Shelly
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Tanika
Andrew Pinon ...
Paramedic
Bob Koenig ...
Sullivan (as Bob 'Bobaloo' Koenig)
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After being struck by lightning, Dr. Bill Matthews recovers in the hospital where he also works. An intern named Craig Murphy slips him a card inviting him to a meeting of "people just like us." In this "group," Bill finds other survivors who have been electrocuted in various ways. But the doctor soon discovers that the members are addicted to the electric current. And not only does Bill become hooked, his relationship with sexy Dr. Craig Murphy deepens, setting a chain of events into shocking motion. Written by Doug Prinzivalli

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Sean Abley's direction to actor Matthew Montgomery upon seeing his lover's wrist socket was to "react like you're seeing the biggest cock you've ever seen!". See more »

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When Bill is breaking up with Murphy you can clearly see Murphy's arms, which show no signs of surgery scars or socket prong holes that were previously given to him. See more »

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Dr. Emily Andersen: For some reason you were left with no burn marks, however the current used your hands and feet as it's escape route so you'll probably have nerve damage in all four extremities.
Bill Matthews: Permanent?
Dr. Emily Andersen: Not necessarily, but you should prepare yourself for the very real possibility that you won't be returning to surgery.
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Published by Hey Dogg! Publishing
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Dreadful waste of effort.
11 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sean Abley's film "Socket" fails in every respect; the story is flat, pointless, and uninteresting, the acting is remarkably unprofessional, the cinematography reflects a frightening absence of creativity (or even competence), and the director reveals that he has no eye for screen presentation. One wonders how it's possible to expend the time, money, and effort required to create a film, and to then turn an apparently blind eye to the final product. The movie is presented as a gay horror film, so we're treated to pointless sex-oriented nudity, which delivers no heat whatsoever. Indeed, one wonders whether director Abley was more concerned about the film's gay/nudity aspect than its horror aspect. Either way, none of it delivers. These characters give gay people a bad name: boring. The DVD offers a "special feature" section wherein the cast and crew discuss the making of the film. It is pathetic to listen to these people discuss their effort as though they had created something worthwhile. Sorry, this film is terrible.


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