Danielle Harris) is having sex with Harrison (Ryan Honey) and is seemingly enthused about it. When she gets a little smart with him he gets a little rough with her and accidentally breaks her neck. This sends Mary's friend Annie (Jennifer Blanc) running through the woods hoping to find someone to help her escape. She comes across a cabin in the middle of the woods and desperately bangs on the door trying to get someone to let her in. The owner of the cabin is Kyle (Michael Biehn). He lives a lonely life in the woods and does not want any trouble but very reluctantly opens the door to let her in. She explains that her and her friend Mary were partying in the woods with 2 cops when Harrison killed her friend. Now Kyle is involved with what he does not want to be involved in but little by little she earns his trust and he wants to help her. Kyle is no stranger to law enforcement and knows how to take care of himself around cops. With the deck stacked against them they are trying to defeat all odds and prove that a cop is guilty of murder.
All in all I really enjoyed watching The Victim. I really did not know what to expect when I picked this up at Best Buy the day it came out. I knew it was coming out soon and they had just had the premiere in Hollywood the night before Michael and Jennifer made their appearance at Horrorhound a few weeks ago. I went all out and got the Blu Ray version which looked pretty good, not great. Since I purchased this 2 weeks ago I have watched it 2 times. I usually do not watch a movie more than once in that short of time but this one deserved another look. The gritty, sleazy look that this movie has is unmistakable and makes one hell of a movie for Michael's first film in the directors chair. I'm looking forward to more movies put out by him in the future.