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Christopher Scott Cherot
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Debbie and Howard are celebrating their wedding anniversary. Or so Debbie thought. A special night together turns into a nightmare when Howard lets a man into the house to use the phone. Who is the smooth stranger who immediately takes to Debbie? And what does he really want? Debbie and Howard soon find out the answer to the question, and when they do, their lives will never be the same again. Be careful who you let into the house. Especially the Uninvited Guest. Written by
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A campy genre movie perfectly suited for your VCR, but not worth waiting in line for at the theatre. Just imagine an erotic thriller with few thrills and even less eroticism. By the end of movie, the filmmakers are determined for you to not care about a single character in the story.
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