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The Killing Jar (1997)

Michael Sanford and his wife move to his old town so he can take over the family business. However, gruesome murders of children start to happen. Meanwhile, Michael starts to become slowly ... See full summary »

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Michael Sanford
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Diane Sanford
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Cameron
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Chajén
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Danny 'Figaretto' Evans
Edith Varon ...
Martha Resigy
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Dick Resigy
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Pete Lawrence
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Det. Jake Pestone
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Det. Bernie Morris
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Dr. Vincent Garret
Michael Halpin ...
Stuart Weissman
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Sheriff Foley
Holley Chant ...
Katie
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Robert Sanford
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Michael Sanford and his wife move to his old town so he can take over the family business. However, gruesome murders of children start to happen. Meanwhile, Michael starts to become slowly insane, after he may have witnessed one of the murders and reports it to the police. Is he the murderer, or is it something of his past? Written by Parca Mortem <icy_shadow@rocketmail.com>

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murder | independent film | See All (2) »

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Everyone has secrets. Some are more dangerous than others.


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27 May 1997 (USA)  »

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Der gläserne Tod  »

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Dr. Vincent Garret: Essentially, the eyes are a sort of a camera, in which you can figure the brain is a roll of film. Everything we see, feel, touch, is stored for an indefinite period of time. The key is being able to retrieve it.
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THE DAME IN RED
Composed by Robert Farnon
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Rather boring mystery thriller...
9 September 2000 | by (Poland) – See all my reviews

"The Killing Jar" is a perfect cure for insomnia.At times deadly dull,even nonsensical,at times genuinely nightmarish.The acting is acceptable,the photography is beautiful,but the ending is rather predictable.No strong violence,no scares,some nightmarish set-pieces-if you like this sort of stuff you can try it.For me a mediocrity.


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