A psychological thriller about a married women who has an affair with a charming young man and gets involved in a series of murders not knowing if the killer is her lover or her husband or someone else.
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James D.R. Hickox
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Richard A. Colla
Gordon Michael Woolvett
Well, as far as I'm concerned this is certainly a "B" movie. I enjoy a good B movie and this would be one of them.
It's a cross between "Never Talk to Strangers" and "9 1/2 Weeks." I really find Angie Everhart quite pretty and although I've never been nuts on Richard Grieco, I did notice one thing . . . the two of them together emitted an intense chemistry just like that of the Kim Basinger and Mickey Rourke combo.
She is his probation officer after he was found guilty for manslaughter by killing her best friend via sexual asphyxiation. The curiosity about him gets the best of her and she finds herself beginning to slip outside the professional boundaries of her job. This causes her to tell him on the phone that she will no longer see him outside of the office.
Of course - what happens? She works late that night . . . alone . . .in the dark and then he comes prowling into the office, with a straight edge razor in hand (he collected them), he uses the back of the razor to trace the outline of her face and neck while standing behind her, I tell you, I felt her fear and excitement and just the taboo of it all and I guarantee you, the chemistry worked and was worth seeing despite the movie being a B, despite the secondhand actors and weak plot - the chemistry and the touching of the taboo sexual practices was actually quite refreshing.
This is what I would term, "Very Good" bad TV.
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