A young woman held captive by her stepfather becomes the focus of a female vigilante.
“Daddy’s Girl” is a 2018 horror-thriller film directed by Julian Richards. The movie follows the story of a young woman named Zoe who was abducted as a child and raised by her kidnapper, a disturbed man who believes that she is his daughter.
The film starts off with a lot of promise, with some tense and unsettling moments. However, as the story progresses, it becomes more predictable and formulaic. The characters are not very well-developed, and the acting is average at best.
The movie’s pacing is also a bit uneven, with some scenes dragging on too long while others feel rushed. The film also relies heavily on shock value and gore, which may be off-putting to some viewers.
Overall, “Daddy’s Girl” is a decent effort, but it falls short of being a truly effective horror movie. If you’re a fan of the genre and looking for something to watch, you might find some enjoyment in this film. However, if you’re looking for something with more substance and scares, you may want to look elsewhere.