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Click: The Calendar Girl Killer (1990)

Unrated | | Horror, Thriller | 1 March 1990 (USA)
Click: The Calendar Girl Killer is a thriller that probes the inner sanctum of the mind of a psychotic killer as he uses the world of big fashion photography for his sadistic playground.

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Lars
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Johnny
Keely Sims ...
Cindy
Susan Jennifer Sullivan ...
Lisa
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Jennifer (as Lisa Axelrod)
Daryl Williamson ...
Greg
Jack Vogel ...
Andy
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Nancy (as Donna Speir)
Michael J. Shane ...
Jessie (as Michael Shane)
Diana Karanikas ...
Megan (as Diana C. Karanikas)
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June
Johnny Stewart ...
Little Boy
Joan-Carol Bensen ...
Nurse
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Click: The Calendar Girl Killer is a thriller that probes the inner sanctum of the mind of a psychotic killer as he uses the world of big fashion photography for his sadistic playground.

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Her days are numbered..

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Click - O Retrato do Crime  »

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Nancy: [wistfully staring into the fire] I tried so hard to maintain my image.
Alan: You have a great image. If all you wanna do is... promote other people's clothes.
Nancy: What do you mean?
Alan: Why not promote your own image? That way people will... remember you for you, rather than the clothes you wear. When was the last time... you saw your name in an ad?
[she scoffs, shakes her head]
Alan: I could help change all that.
Nancy: [looks up at him] How?
Alan: Jack's doing a January calendar. There's a spot in it. You'd make a great Miss ...
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Almost bad enough to be great
12 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Take one part "Eyes of Laura Mars" ripoff (photographer shoots models in kinky violent situations, then somebody starts killing the models) plus one part even cheesier "Psycho" imitation (transvestite killer with major mommy issues), add terrible dialogue, enormous 80s teased hair, opening/closing credits with tacky girls-'n'-guns imagery, choppy/sloppy grade-C film-making, and....Well, let's just say this might strike you as one of the stupidest/funniest films ever made, IF you're watching with friends and have had a few drinks. Otherwise, it's campy enough for dedicated bad-movie aficionados but not quite enough to be an outright camp classic. There's no violence, gore or nudity (unless bikinis count) until all ridiculous hell breaks loose in the last half hour, and even then those elements are pretty feeble. But it's all so ineptly sleazy you might not mind.


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