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 »

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Todd Russell
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Lori Peterson
Matthew Dyktynski ...
Ben Sykes
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Det. Insp. Wolcott
Michael Edward-Stevens ...
Special Agent Seaver
Terry Kenwrick ...
Pat Mason
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Charlie Taylor
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Nancy
Natalie Bate ...
Dr. Marilyn Beck
Gary Files ...
Chief Supt. Shermon
Chris Wallace ...
Mox
Joseph Spano ...
Dr. Richard Browning
Regina Gaigalas ...
Gwen McCullough (as Gina Gaigalas)
Jackie Kelleher ...
Todd's Mother (as Jacqui Kelleher)
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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 Iren Koster

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A Journey Beyond the Realms of Crime and Reason See more »

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Crime | Thriller | Drama

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18 March 1999 (Denmark)  »

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A Décima Vítima  »

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AUD 3,000,000 (estimated)
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a good thriller
28 October 2011 | by (Midian) – See all my reviews

This Australian flick isn't that bad after all. I found it at a sell-out classified under horror but I couldn't find any horror elements in it but it's really a good thriller with some bloody murders.

It was the director Iren Koster first attempt to make a flick. It isn't bad to watch you just want to know what's going on. But the overall look of the flick is that it looks like an television flick. But not one to watch with the whole family. I come back to that later. The acting wasn't that bad either looking at William Snow (Brotherhood Of Blood) having his first role outside a TV movie. He is believable. His opponent is Victoria Hill having her first role ever. She was believable too.

By having a TV movie look you should think that it's watchable on a Saturday night with your family. I won't do that because for children it could be a bit too rough. The killings are a bit rough sometimes but never are that bloody or gory. But you will have for example a hook smashed into somebodies neck. They do show some killings and by doing that it's not watchable for under sixteens. Further on there's even some nudity and even full frontal nudity from Victoria Hill and she do reveal it all. And that happens a few times during this thriller.

It's really a who-dun-it, a bit like Dressed To Kill you will see what I mean. A good effort nevertheless and surely one to see.

Gore 1/5 Nudity 2,5/5 Story 3/5 Effects 2/5 Comedy 0/5


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