In “Daddy’s Little Girl,” Derek (Michael Thomson) is a singled divorced father and he has a 6 year-old daughter named Georgia (Billi Baker). Things aren’t easy for him after the divorce, but he is managing and going on with his life. However, things go from bad to worse when his daughter is kidnapped out of her own room and found brutally murdered at a beach. Even when the cops can’t solve the case of his daughter’s murder, Derek stumbles upon some crucial information and take matters into his own hands. Who committed the crime and what does Derek do next? You’ll have to watch the movie to find out if you dare.
I admit I am a huge fan of the horror movie genre, but this movie was more sickening than anything else. The movie was based on true events, but felt surreal on some parts. The storyline was predictable and pretty slow at times, but went into overdrive in the later scenes. The music was pretty good and the strongest part of the whole movie, but was not enough to make me want to watch the movie again. I have watched lots of horror movies, but some parts of the torture scenes make me cringe and were unnecessary.
If the movie’s premise was to gross out the audience without much of a storyline, they succeeded. However, the way everything was presented left a lot to be desired. If you add the juvenile dialogue and raw use of torture, overall, this was a poorly made movie. I do not recommend watching this movie and think there are better written movies in the market today. For those reasons, I am giving “Daddy’s Little Girl” an “F.”