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Ladykiller (1996)

A string of murders begin occurring on a campus by an embittered husband betrayed by his wife, who now punishes those he sees as being guilty of sins of the flesh.

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Lt. Jack 'Jigsaw' Lasky
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Richard Darling
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Mike Fenton
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Capt. Lorraine Hanover
Renee Allman ...
Jennifer (as Renee Ammann)
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Professor Dandridge
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Mrs. Morlock
Jeannie Millar ...
Nikki
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Mackey (as Tim De Zarn)
Steve Tannen ...
Detective (as Steven Tannen)
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Detective (as Terence Henry)
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Detective
Steve Wilde ...
Colin Taylor
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Leslie Vance
Landon Hall ...
Vicky Gallagher
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Over a year after a chase to catch a serial slayer dubbed the 'LADYKILLER' ended in the death of his old partner. Lt. Jack 'Jigsaw' Lasky sees a chance too redeem himself in the eyes of his fellow cops, when another serial killer, 'The Piggy Bank Murderer' starts preying on female students at a local campus. Slashing his victims throats with a switchblade before stuffing loose change into their mouths leaving behind the words "She Needed The Money" wherever he goes. Jack's search leads to a number one suspect in the form of Richard Darling an out-of-work actor drawn to the case for reasons unknown as he is drawn to the Jack's art student daughter, Jennifer who studying at the exact same college as the murders occur. As Jack finds himself becoming partnered to Richard who continues on being never far away when the next homicide occurs. Jack searches to uncover this killer of girls before he concludes his slaughter spree with Jennifer. Written by Suspicious

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Rated R for strong violence, sexuality and language
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5 October 1996 (USA)  »

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Professor Dandridge: Whoops-a-daisey
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23 September 1999 | by (m/s Seven Seas Mariner) – See all my reviews

All in all this is not too bad. The film has some moments of real suspense and drama, however they are unfortunately counterbalance by some appalling script points. Ben Gazzara is OK as the cop, not too nasty and not too nice. Alex McArthur is the other main character, and he turns in a pretty decent performance. In summary, a little brainless at points but not a bad film.


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