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She follows him to his Arizona home, obsessed with becoming his wife. It has zero emotion and misses any chance of eliciting horror on the part of the viewer. The least they could have done is make the viewer feel sympathy for this guy. There is so much dysfunction and sex in their relationship and it's pretty much left out.
Called to order by his childhood buddy and the church community, Travis keeps pulling back, reminding he never promised a relationship, just sex for fun as agreed. The real prosecutor is brilliant and a real character. Most of her stalking, driving across the desert to kill him, the effort she put into planning the murder, etc. It's almost like they said "how can we take all this awesome material and make the worst movie ever?
"There isn't necessarily a response as there's a lament," the singer for the South African rockers said. I was really upset that she would say and do those things. But it was a painful thing and it got me down — people coming up to me on the street and referring to that song.
For the last year, the song has "followed me around and haunted me," he said, and it chipped away at his reputation.
"People would say to me, 'Yeah, man, I know what you're going through,' and I was like, 'No, I don't think you do,' " Morgan explained.
Lee later revealed that the song was inspired by her long-time friend and husband Josh Hartzler.
Critical response to the song was mostly positive, with critics praising the melody of the song, Lee's vocals and their accompaniment by Mc Coy.
The song was "Bring Me To Life," which first appeared on the soundtrack to the Ben Affleck/Jennifer Garner movie "Daredevil." The rest is history. Korn, Slipknot and Staind were down-tuned and morbid.