Deja-vu, as an ex-detective turned best selling true crime author is confronted by the copycat unsolved serial killings he investigated as a cop ten years ago. And now, all fingers are ... See full summary »
Deja-vu, as an ex-detective turned best selling true crime author is confronted by the copycat unsolved serial killings he investigated as a cop ten years ago. And now, all fingers are pointed in his direction. This, compounded by Todd's severe, mysterious headaches and his untimely discovery that he's been adopted, turn his life into his own worst nightmare. Written by
I am a big fan of thrillers and I have to say that Dead End fulfills all of your expectations if you want to make your heart race and jump out of your seat. It's also a film where you'll find yourself wondering just who the real killer is. I'm usually good at figuring out what's going to happen next. However, this does not fit the formula. It has too many red herrings to sidetrack your thinking. In fact, I had no clue until the ending where we finally see just who the culprit really is. I thought the story was exceptional, the actors are terrific and the movie looks really good. You have to love the Australian locations. This film would make a great poster for tourism. Oh yeah, there's a scene where the two lead actors are driving around having dinner in a tram car restaurant. That was the first time I've ever seen anything like that. Talk about romantic. But beware if your faint hearted, some of the murder sequences are graphic and the sex scenes are very sexy. I would say done with good taste but still very sexy. If you want a great ride into the world of psychological thrillers, then Dead End is a good bet. I recommend it highly.
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