A fugitive killer posing as a policeman arrests two campers in the Arizona mountains.



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A fugitive killer posing as a policeman arrests two campers in the Arizona mountains.

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11 January 1994 (USA)  »

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The Hunter  »

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Fine film that makes the most of its casting.
16 May 2004 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Joe Penny as, of all things, a bad guy. Who'da thunk this actor, generally type cast as a dashing do-gooder, could be so frightening his shadow would be scared to follow him around. Valerie Landsburg doing something besides comedy. This gifted actor best known for delivering straight lines opposite broad, comical characters, shows strong dramatic chops as the woman who, against her own best judgement has no more self- esteem than to trail along behind a maniac with her two kids in tow. A tight script, not a single wasted word of dialogue. Plot develops and moves along well, keeps you constantly wondering what's gonna happen next. Suspenseful director. TV films don't get much better than this fine offering.

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