Mary Giordano is a bright, intelligent student who goes to a catholic school. She also has a addiction to mystery novels and detective magazines (hence the title of the movie), which ... See full summary »
When Nicole met David; handsome, charming, affectionate, he was everything. It seemed perfect, but soon she sees that David has a darker side. And his adoration turns to obsession, their dream into a nightmare, and her love into fear.
Hatch Harrison had a traffic accident with his car. At first the doctors said he was dead but then they succeeded to bring him back to life after two hours. But Hatch starts to have strange... See full summary »
Nick Eliot, a 28 year old newspaper reporter moves in the guest house of the Forresters'. Everything goes fine until he meets Adrienne, the Forresters' only child, a 14 year old girl. She develops a crush on him. When he ignores her advances, she's rebuffed and willing to kill him. Written by
Although the main character's name is changed in the second version of the film including in the end credits, "Darian" (the original name) still appears on the letters she sends to Nick at the end of the film. See more »
When Nick looks out at Darian swinging, he's wearing a dark checkered shirt, then when he goes out to talk to her, his shirt changes to striped. See more »
Now, careful there, my man. I don't need any lawsuits, you know what I mean?
[points to carousel]
My little restoration project.
It's, um, really somethin'.
Yeah. I had it shipped out here from a carnival in Kansas. Right after Adrian was born. Dragged every damn piece up here one at a time. Wanna see it work?
[turns carousel on]
Well, motor's kinda old, you know. Takes a little while to get up to speed. Anyway,
[turns off carousel]
you get the idea. Plan was to turn this whole attic into a ...
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After the fade out, Darian's face is visible until a few seconds after the credits start. See more »
Alternating between gothic horror and hilarious camp, "The Crush" is one of the great cult films. Writer/Director Alan Shapiro's young discovery, Alicia Silverstone, delivers her greatest role to date -- no kidding. This is pure fun entertainment, I highly recommend renting it. I will see anything writer/director Alan Shapiro makes.
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