D-Tox (Eye See You)
D-Tox (Eye See You) (2002)

Sylvester Stallone returned to the screen after a three-year absence (excepting his voice work in Antz) with this tense and violent psychological crime thriller. FBI agent Jake Malloy (Stallone) has been traumatized by an especially vicious… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: January 1, 2002
DVD Release Date: December 31, 2002
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Critic Score: 15% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Gunnar Rehlin

A further nail in Sylvester Stallone's popularity coffin.

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Empire Magazine

That a serviceable thriller like this struggles to get a release, when certain nameless dross gets rushed into cinemas is, frankly, bewildering.

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Scott Weinberg

So we got Ten Little Indians meets Friday the 13th by way of Clean and Sober, filmed on the set of Carpenter's The Thing and loaded with actors you're most likely to find on the next inevitable incarnation of The Love Boat.

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Wally Hammond
Time Out

This killer-chiller isn't preposterous enough for laughs and is too sloppily directed and scripted to scare or surprise.

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Chuck O'Leary

A surprisingly effective variation of the Ten Little Indians theme. Stallone's actually pretty good in this one.

Harry Guerin
RTÉ (Ireland)

Best described as I Know What You Did Last Winter.

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Mark Adams
Hollywood Reporter

This formulaic chiller will do little to boost Stallone's career.

Kevin N. Laforest
Apollo Guide

A guilty pleasure at best, and not worth seeing unless you want to laugh at it.

David Nusair
Reel Film Reviews

Don't be fooled by the impressive cast list - Eye See You is pure junk.

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Flixster Audience Score: 28% Flixster User Reviews
Wahida K
Brilliant perfomance by Sly.
Candy Rose
Sly plays a cop who checks into rehab. Soon each of the patients are murdered one by one.
Dean McKenna
This film gives us a murder/mystery rather than an action film. Sylvester Stallone is good in the lead role experiencing a wide range of emotions. It's one… More
Stephen M
This begins as a dismal cat-and-mouse serial-killer flick. It then settles for an awkward blend of Agatha Christie whodunit with the macho, snowbound… More
Luke Baldock
The first 20 minutes of D-Tox seem like the end to another film. It's the climax where the serial killer finally targets the protagonist. After those 20… More
Dean King
A pretty good cop thriller that is better than you would expect, with nearly an all star cast!