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Fear (1990)

Psychic Cayce Bridges helps police solve murders by mentally linking with the murderer. Then she discovers a murderer with the same talent - who wants to share the fear of his victims with ... See full summary »

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Leonard Scott Levy
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Holcomb
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Agnes Reardon
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Psychic Cayce Bridges helps police solve murders by mentally linking with the murderer. Then she discovers a murderer with the same talent - who wants to share the fear of his victims with her. Written by Adams Douglas <adamsd@cts.com>

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Your First Impulse Your Last Sensation

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Cayce Bridges: [watching through the minds of the shadow man] In the fridge there's left over pizza and a cup... some kind of kid's cup...
Detective Webber: [uneasy] What else?
Cayce Bridges: In the living room there toys scattered over the floor... there's a baseball in one of those display thing's on the coffee table...
Detective Webber: [scared cutting her off] Can you see a TV?
Cayce Bridges: Yeah.
Detective Webber: With a trophy... a football trophy?
Cayce Bridges: Yeah.
Detective Webber: [in full realization] He's in my house... the son of a bitch is in my house. The kids will be home any minute.
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terrific psychological suspense thriller
3 January 2009 | by See all my reviews

this psychological suspense thriller was way better than i expected.it reminded me a lot of the 1976 movie,the Eyes of Laura Mars,starring Fay Dunnaway.not only is the subject matter very similar,but the style is also the same.instead of just being a normal by the numbers movie about serial killers,this one has the psychic ingredient added to the mix.it's not the first movie to do this.for example the aforementioned The Eyes of Laura Mars,but it does do it well.the suspense is nearly off the charts.the music by Henry Mancini has a lot to do with that.it's also not that predictable in terms of what is happening and how it ends.it isn't gory either.it's all about the suspense,or Fear,if you will.a nice refreshing change from the usual slice 'n dice,hack and slash gore-fests.not that there's anything wrong with that.by the way this is not the movie starring mark Walberg.it's with Alley Sheedy,who's pretty credible in a very serious role.for,me,Fear is a solid 8/10


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