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Christopher Saint Booth,
Philip Adrian Booth
Christopher Saint Booth,
Philip Adrian Booth,
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William R. Moses
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Casper Van Dien,
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A brother and sister with a past incestuous relationship have a current murderous relationship. He murders the women who reject him and she murders the women who get too close to him. Written by
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A brother (Zach Galligan) and sister (Mary Crosby) with a past incestuous relationship have a current murderous relationship. He murders the women who reject him and she murders the women who get too close to him.
I watched this film because I was craving some Zach Galligan, and it was an added bonus to have him co-starring with the wonderful Ashley Laurence (a nice person and an under-appreciated actress). Sadly, this was not his best role, and I think he may have played up the creep factor just a big too much. (I get that he needed to be creepy, but it seems like it built up too quickly, without really showing off the romantic side first.) Mary Crosby was excellent, and I wish I had known who she was before going into the viewing. (I never watched "Dallas", which seems to be her claim to fame, besides being the daughter of Bing Crosby.)
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