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Double Obsession (1994)

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A disturbed lesbian librarian kidnaps a beautiful young woman she's obsessed with, breaks her foot to keep her incapacitated, then starts to kill off people she believes are intruding in their "relationship".

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Heather Dwyer
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Claire Burke
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Paul Harkness
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Steve Burke
Beth Fisher ...
Sherry Roberts
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Detective Bennett
Blair Weickgenant ...
Lilian Robinson
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Security Guard
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Grandmother
Bea Hurwitz ...
Aunt Jean
Hank Gaffney ...
Other Relative at Burke's House
Mary A. Gaffney ...
Other Relative at Burke's House
Don Lambert ...
Other Relative at Burke's House
Darryl Hogue ...
Other Relative at Burke's House
Sydney Warner ...
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A disturbed lesbian librarian kidnaps a beautiful young woman she's obsessed with, breaks her foot to keep her incapacitated, then starts to kill off people she believes are intruding in their "relationship".

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lesbian | independent film

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A terrifying true-story of sexual obsession and murder...

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23 February 1994 (USA)  »

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Dubla obsesie  »

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Production completed in 1992. Released on VHS in 1994. See more »

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A caricature of suspense
12 July 2000 | by (Austin, Texas) – See all my reviews

Midway through, "Double Obsession" begins to reek of "Misery," when Heather cripples one of her objects of adoration, holds her hostage, and then commits assorted nasties against assorted interlopers. But there's no comparing the sad "Double Obsession" with the masterful "Misery." There are no characters here, only caricatures -- everyone is either psycho or insists on hanging out with psychos, but we have no idea why. Even "Misery"'s truly psychotic Annie Wilkes was more believable. (And more sympathetic.) The soundtrack, by turns, steals suspense and turns suspense into goofiness. And Heather's "psycho laugh" is from Hitchcock by way of Bugs Bunny. If this weren't a feature-length film with professional sets and actors, I'd think it came from a high-school film class.


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