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The Rockville Slayer (2004)

Detective Michael Brophy (Joe Morowitz), and Detective Amy Rodgers (Nicole Buehrer), lead the investigation into the murder of two high school couples in Rockville. Unfortunately, during their investigation, the killings continue.

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Charlie Fisher
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Detective Amy Rodgers
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Sheriff Duncan
Michael Kessler ...
Steve Henderson
Bob Farster ...
Bill Fisher
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Mrs. Henderson
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Mr. Henderson
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The Man
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Tim Fisher
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Jessica
Nikki Taylor Melton ...
'Young' Jessica
Cameron Benzie ...
'Young' Charlie Fisher
Joe Morowitz ...
Detective Michael Brophy
Holly Ilyne Sari ...
Robin
Megan Lynn Stoudt ...
Allison
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Detective Michael Brophy (Joe Morowitz), and Detective Amy Rodgers (Nicole Buehrer), lead the investigation into the murder of two high school couples in Rockville. Unfortunately, during their investigation, the killings continue.

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Do you really know who you are?

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Thriller | Horror

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Rated R for violence, sexuality and language

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10 July 2004 (USA)  »

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O hasapis tou Rockville  »

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Aged actors Unaware that their careers are spiraling down
30 October 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Amazing that an unknown director could get actors with sizable cvs like Estevez, Quigley and Z'dar to appear in a non-film like this. See what you can do if you dangle some dollars in front of people without jobs. If their careers had not already jumped the shark from now on they call check off "Unaware" as the sure spot where the bottom was finally hit. The plot is not so much a story as it is a series of scenes that must of sounded good in the writer's mind but don't translate into anything interesting on the screen. In the beginning they lead you to think a certain character is definitely the murderer but then the plot changes arbitrarily and goes somewhere completely different. Maybe the writer/director thought this was going to be accepted as a plot twist but it is only a cheat because it happens only as one incredible coincidence. Considering the acting, only the no-name actors/actresses seem to care about earning their paychecks. The photography is the best thing about the movie because everything seems to be in focus but there's something unsettling about the sound quality. What story there is centers around some murders in a small town with obvious red herrings and an ending that you can't possibly see coming because its so removed from the story that its a cheat on the audience. Quigley appeared in some good "bad" films in the 80s and 90s exploiting her looks and talent but this is just a bad film in every possible way and its sad to see her slumming in this. Z'Dar's career has been in decline for a long while and this should put the sad exclamation point at the end. Estevez better scratch this one off his resume and stick as close as he can to his employable relatives.


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