Detective Gary discovers that his wife is having an affair. Despondent, he drinks and discusses his problem with friend Dan, a police detective. When someone in a copper mask begins ...
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Detective Gary discovers that his wife is having an affair. Despondent, he drinks and discusses his problem with friend Dan, a police detective. When someone in a copper mask begins slaughtering people connected to Gary's life, Dan begins suspecting Gary, whose cousin Mike had a similar slip of the gears. Dan discusses the case with eminent psychiatrist Dr. Siedow, who has a few sexually slipped gears of his own. Together they try to stop the fiend before more people are killed. Written by
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Ritter's Truth or Dare, A Critical Madness, is quotable, funny, gorey, and great, and Wicked Games doesn't compare. The gore is lacking, but it did make me laugh. The audio for Mike Stauber at the movie's conclusion made me pee my pants. My big question is "what is John Brace so busy doing that he couldn't be in this film?" I give this movie 8 out of 10 because in the very end of the "film" Ritter threw in "why don't you find yourself some good friends." I can't wait for my 80 minutes of joy while viewing Screaming for Sanity: Truth or Dare 3!
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