Deadly Nightmares: Season 2, Episode 1

Lovesounds (13 Nov. 1984)
"The Hitchhiker" Lovesounds (original title)

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Arrogant and exacting classical music composer Kurt Hoffman neglects his lovely young wife Veronica. The sad and unloved Veronica has an extramarital fling with Eric Dunlap, who's the hunky... See full summary »

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Arrogant and exacting classical music composer Kurt Hoffman neglects his lovely young wife Veronica. The sad and unloved Veronica has an extramarital fling with Eric Dunlap, who's the hunky young electronics whiz who has installed a state of the art sound system in Kurt's lavish secluded lakeside home. Kurt goes off the murderous deep end after he finds out about Veronica and Eric's affair. Written by Woodyanders

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28 October 2010 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Arrogant and overbearing classical music composer Kurt Hoffman (the immortal Klaus Kinski in excellent nasty form) neglects his lovely young wife Veronica (a fine and touching performance by ravishing brunette beauty Belinda Bauer). The sad and unloved Veronica has an extramarital fling with Eric Dunlap (a likable portrayal by Stephen Shellen), who's the hunky electronics whiz who has installed a state of the art sound system in Kurt's lavish secluded lakeside home. Kurt goes off the murderous deep end after he finds out about Veronica and Eric's affair. Director David Wickes, working from a tight script by Jeph Loeb and Matthew Weisman, relates the involving story at a constant brisk pace, further heats things up with a couple of steamy soft-core sex scenes, and pulls out all the loopy stops for an enjoyably gruesome and outrageous conclusion with Eric's sound system exacting a gory revenge on Kurt for murdering its owner. Bauer and Shellen make for an appealing and attractive couple. Of course, it's always a blast to see Kinski play an extremely pompous and hateful egocentric jerk with his trademark slimy, yet still charismatic and captivating verve. As a nice added bonus, the delectable Belinda bares her sweet breasts twice. Norman Langley's polished cinematography gives the episode a bright slick look. Michel Rubini's shivery score does the ominous spine-tingling trick. Worth checking out for fans of the show.


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