Evil Doctor

2018

Thriller

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IMDb Rating 5.4 10 177

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April 04, 2021 at 04:36 PM

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Cast

Dina Meyer as Dr. Natalie Barnson
Corin Nemec as Matt Lewis
Lindsay Hartley as Vicky Dolan
Jen Lilley as Aubrey Lewis
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858.48 MB
1280*714
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 33 min
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1.56 GB
1920*1072
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 33 min
P/S 1 / 2

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Reel_Reviews 10 / 10

Dine Meyer Plays Wicked Good

THE DOCTOR IS OUT - OF HER MIND! Evil Doctor aka Snatched (2018). Dr. Natalie Barnes (Dina Meyer - Lethal Seduction, The Magicians) is an OBGYN in the Los Angeles area. Her new patients are Matt (Coric Nemec, Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Supernatural) and his wife Aubrey Lewis (Jen Lilley - Twin Betrayal, Days of Our Lives) are expecting a child and she was recommended by one of Matt's co-workers. Matt first meets Dr. Barnes in the lobby, unaware she's his wife's new doctor. They exchange hello's very briefly. It's in the examining room that Dr. Barnes tells Matt they he reminds her of someone she knows...her father. NATALIE'S BACKGROUND Natalie, who was named Cara, was kidnapped from a hospital in 1975 by a lady and her boyfriend. Eight years later she is found and returned to her biological parents. Her kidnapped father really loved Cara (she was Cara with the kidnappers) and called her is Princess. Natalie's biological father called her Princess as well, but it was right before he would molester her every night. The mother would turn a blind eye to everything and did nothing to help Natalie. I SEE YOU It's not long after the first meeting that Natalie begins to have her sights set on Matt. She methodically plans all her moves in which one causes Aubrey to bleed after she and Matt have sex. Thinking she might be having a miscarriage, they go see Dr. Nutcase, I mean Barnes, who tells them that Aubrey needs to be on bed rest for the rest of the pregnancy, which means she's out of commission for five months. Dr. Barnes also informs them they can't have sex and "no orgasms of any kind". Not only does this keep Matt and Aubrey apart, but makes Matt more vulnerable to Dr. Barnes advances, to which he refuses, for a while at least. FINAL THOUGHTS The flow of the movie was perfect. The transition from one scene to another fit perfectly. I've witnessed movies, and yes on Lifetime Movie Network, in which scene seemed out of place. Almost like they were an afterthought, either while filming or in the editing room. The acting was on spot by all involved. I became of fan of Dina Meyer after watching her in Truth and Lies (2014), another Lifetime Movie Network movie in which she played a detective whose daughter is getting threatening message to expose her secrets and the secrets of her friends. I also became a fan of Jen Lilley after seeing her in Twin Betray. You can read my review of Twin Betray on my blog.

And my other favorite actress, I've recently discovers is Lindsay Hartley (All My Children, Passions, Days of Our Lives). And to get all three of them in this movie was perfect for me. Then add Coric Nemec to the mix, made the movie even better. I grew up watching Coric and remember a very short lived show he starred in 1989 in called What's Alan Watching which lasted one season, if that. I remember how quirky it was. He would later star in another show called Parker Lewis Can't Lose, which lasted three seasons (1990-1993).

The reason for the rating is there were some really bizarre scenes in the movie that I found a bit odd, and that's saying a lot. I pride myself on welcoming the bizarre, but even these scenes were a bit much. However, this is what made the movie that more enjoyable and definitely stand out from the pact.

Reviewed by missmargie618 4 / 10

Lifetime, what are you doing?!

Wow... I'm really surprised at the sexual content in this one! Please don't continue this route! A bit much for Lifetime!

Reviewed by rosecolon 5 / 10

Much too explicit for prime-time TV

Leave something to the imagination! No need to be that explicit!

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