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A down-on-his-luck cop runs into harder times when he is searching for a missing woman. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Robert Forster ... Lou Cherney

Lydie Denier ... Nicole St. James
Caren Kaye ... Leah

Phillip Glasser ... Joey

Michael Harris ... Dorian (as M.K. Harris)

Ellen Geer ... Mary Kulik

Jack Carter ... Old Priest

Henry Brown ... Felson
Marlena Giovi ... Betty Calabrese

Al Pugliese ... Sal Calabrese

Leslie Scarborough ... Karen Rhodes (as Leslie Huntly)
Nick Angotti ... Ed Rhodes
Trent Dolan ... Hartman

Rena Riffel ... Erica Dunn
RCB ... Domingo
J.P. Bumstead ... Henry

Daryl Anderson ... Jilly
Michael D'Agosta ... Attendant
Julianna McCarthy ... Mrs. O'Hara
Marilyn Joi ... Hooker
Robin Bach ... Tony
Keith Anthony ... Blonde
Arnold Bankston ... Detective #1 (as Arnold Bankston III)
Dan Leegant ... Detective #2
Alex Sellar ... Young Priest
Susan Sandberg ... Waitress

Jay Arlen Jones ... Black Romeo (as J. Arlen Jones)
D. Franki Horner ... Marcy
Holly Hawk ... Pedestrian

Debra Lamb ... Fire Eater / Dancer
Alonzo Brown ... Bar Tough

Directed by
Bert I. Gordon 
Writing credits
Stephen Katz (written by)

Produced by
Ray Fox .... associate producer
Bert I. Gordon .... producer
Henry Plitt .... executive producer
Original Music by
Norman Henry Mamey 
Film Editing by
Barbara J. Boguski 
Casting by
Barbara Baldavin 
Joseph D'Agosta 
Production Design by
Genevive Moore 
Makeup Department
David B. Miller .... special makeup effects
Production Management
Cheryl Fox .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Peter Carr .... second second assistant director
Phil Morini .... assistant director
Debra Piazzie .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Mike Hands .... property master
David Lear .... property master
Peter K. Orr .... property assistant
Sound Department
Susan Kurtz .... dialog & adr editor
Gerald B. Wolfe .... production sound mixer
Terry Jackson .... stunts
Al Jones .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Thomas F. Denove .... camera
Steven Harper .... electrician
Bob Myers .... best boy grip
Bob Myers .... key grip
Bryan Teafoe .... grip
Other crew
Tracy L. Moody .... production assistant

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Robert Forster is a true pro, 21 October 2011
Author: udar55 from Williamsburg, VA

Burnt out retired cop Lou Cherney (Robert Forster) reluctantly takes the case of a missing 19-year-old girl. He has no clues until a model is killed in downtown L.A. and a search of her apartment produces a picture of the missing girl. This leads Lou to a modeling agency run by Nicole St. James (Lydie Denier), who just may or may not be a soulless human (like everyone else in the fashion industry). This was Bert I. Gordon's last film to date and nary a colossal beast is seen during its quick running time. Instead, audiences get a real genre blender that is part cop flick, part satanic possession flick, part softcore Skinemax outing, and part monster movie. Perhaps the most surprising aspect of it is that that Forster really gives his all for the performance of the wounded ex- cop. There is also a good performance given by the kid who plays Cherney's retarded son (Phillip Glasser, who did the voice of Fievel in the AN American TAIL flicks). Denier is stunning, but has a really thick French accent that makes her "w" heavy dialog rough to hear. Gordon is definitely trying to deliver a competitive modern flick with all the T&A on display (including a Forster/Denier sex scene where he slaps her ass), but it is surprisingly low on blood. Well, until the end where St. James rips off her skin to reveal a goofy SPECIES-looking dread-locked beast underneath.

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