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Quiet Kill (2004)

Amy Martin (Claudia Christian), an attractive married woman and a member of the 'Country Club Tennis Set', is being neglected by her workaholic doctor husband, Jerry (Corbin Bernsen). ... See full summary »

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Detective Sergeant Perry
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Detective Jackson (as Jimmy Van Patton)
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Steve Sterns / Timmy Jones
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Milly Martin
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Sheila Mason
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Dr. Rubin
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The Chief
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Doris
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Frank Rubin
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Karen Rubin
Jim Van Over ...
Jeremy (as James Larson)
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Miss Forbes (as Barrow Davis)
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Amy Martin (Claudia Christian), an attractive married woman and a member of the 'Country Club Tennis Set', is being neglected by her workaholic doctor husband, Jerry (Corbin Bernsen). Lonely and insecure, Amy foolishly falls for the seductive charms of a much younger man, Steve Sterns (Nicholas Celozzi) who is introduced to Amy by her good friend, Sheila. The love affair is very brief, as she realizes that Steve has a dark, sinister and obsessive side to his personality, or is it personalities? Amy tries to break off the relationship, only to find that her adulterous lover has become her stalker. She also fears that Steve is responsible for the numerous brutal murders of local prostitutes. Two policemen (Ron Perlman and 'James Van Patten') investigate Steve and also the killings of the prostitutes; but this does not stop Steve from becoming increasingly violent and murderous towards Amy. After the death of Amy's friend, Sheila, and the killing of her dog at the hands of Steve, the ... Written by theperlmanpages

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A night of passion turns deadly. See more »


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Rated R for violence, sexuality and language | See all certifications »
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1 July 2004 (USA)  »

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When Amy comes running out of the house in a panic to her car parked in the street, the cameraman (wearing tan shorts) is reflected in the car door. See more »

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Arranged and Produced by Geoff Levin
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(W)hiskey (T)ango (F)oxtrot
28 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm not sure what happened here, but I'm pretty sure that I just watched my least favorite movie, ever. I enjoy watching Ron Pearlman on screen, however, I do hope he was paid well for this role since the stain of this movie will, forever, be a part of his soul. I also feel sorry for Mr. Bernsen since his career is probably over now. The director (Mark Jones) has outdone himself this time. I'm sure that even HE would have had to have known that this movie would be terrible even before tainting it with his directing skills. I didn't even buy this thing... That's right, I stole it and I feel ashamed that I didn't cut my thumbs off after watching it. I give this movie the rating of TURD and hope that someday, maybe, the behavioral disorder that is Quiet Kill will be forgotten. Let us pray that Ron Pearlman didn't develop down syndrome from this movie.


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