Secret of the Cave

Theatrical Release: July 31, 2007
DVD Release: September 4, 2007
Secret of the Cave
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Synopsis

A young American boy, Roy Wallace, knows that his dad is Irish yet he never thought he would be spending his precious summer vacation in a tiny fishing village in Ireland. He feels a long way from home but before long unexplainable events begin to occur and murmurs of ghosts sweep through the village. Determined to solve the mystery and disprove the superstition of the villagers, Roy takes on the case. When all signs point toward the sea cave, Roy faces his fears and discovers the “Secret of the Cave”.

Dove Review

Young Roy portrays a type of detective in this foreign mysterious land that he is a stranger to. Sometimes it is hard to get acquainted with family let alone family in a different country. As Roy tries to investigate the mysteries that are happening he comes closer to his heritage and learns some important lessons.

If you are into adventure and mystery, this is a movie for you and your family with the Dove Family-Approved Seal. I must caution that there are some scenes that may be scary for younger children.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Scary scenes of mystery.

Info

Company: First Look Studios
Writer: Book: Arthur S. Maxwell, Zach C. Gray, Aaron Adams, Scott Fogg, David George,
Director: Zach C. Gray,
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 88 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe