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Disconnected (1983)

R | | Crime, Drama, Horror
Twin sisters are implicated in a series of slasher murders. The question is, did one of them do it, did both of them do it, or did neither of them do it?

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Alicia / Barbara Ann
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Franklin
Carl Koch ...
Mike
Professor Morono ...
Joey
William A. Roberts ...
Old Man
Carmine Capobianco ...
Tremaglio
Ben Page ...
O'Donovan
Donna Dervoin ...
Girl Franklin Takes Home
Stefan Rybuk ...
Charles Keaton
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Niles
Nancy Theroux ...
Girl in Franklin's Bed
Betty Kintaer ...
Alicia's Mother
James W. Kirly ...
Suspect on Street
Kathy Milani ...
Customer in Video Store
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Woman on TV
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The focus is on the twins, Alicia and Barbara (both played by Frances Raines) who become involved with the ominous Franklin (Mark Walker) and a series of murders. Alicia works at the local video store and has been getting odd phone calls after she broke up with her boyfriend. The police suspect that Franklin is involved in a series of gruesome murders. Written by Ørnås

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Written by Andy Partridge (uncredited)
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Ed Wood was a genius!!!
9 August 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

OK, I don't normally like to trash filmmakers and this director seems to want to make something way beyond his abilities. But seriously anyone who gave this film high marks needs to have their Thorazine doses lowered. This director makes Ed Wood look like a genius. I had never heard of this film (and for good reason). The plot is non-existent. The editing appears to have been done by throwing all the film into a Veggiematic and then randomly splicing it together. There are numerous "wall reaction" shots (seriously) that go on for literally 30 seconds. The sound is terrible. The photography aspires to good but fails miserably. There is one whole sequence that is shot directly into the sun where you can't make out at all what's going on. In a climatic scene (as though it would really exist in this movie) the entire action happens off-screen. This is a train wreck of movie. It just doesn't get worse than this.

I can only imagine the director apparently went to the the Xavier Cogat School of film and failed. The only redeeming thing in this is Frances Raines who is great to look at. I am stunned by the IMDb info that this filmmaker went on to make more films. I have to think he must be a rich kid whose parents indulged his every whim.


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