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Polycarp (2007)

Not Rated | | Crime, Horror, Thriller | 1 June 2007 (USA)
Through a series of horrific murders, the occult, biblical prophecy and sex clash in a melee of gore and mystery, with psychiatrists, attorneys, homicide detectives and rock stars all being suspects.

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Patients of sexy psychiatrist Dr. Jill Kessey and eccentric attorney Alexander Hathaway are being murdered in bloody, satanic rituals. Law enforcement investigations reveal that sex and mutilation are the signatures of a serial killer, who likes to tattoo each of the victims after they are murdered. Lead detective Barry Harper discovers that some beautiful professional women are the prey...or are they doing the preying? Written by anonymous

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7 Murders 7 Suspects 7 Churches of Revelation

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Crime | Horror | Thriller

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1 June 2007 (USA)  »

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Kinky Killers  »

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$2,500,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

Brandon Slagle was originally considered for the character Nick Ferelli. At that point Dean Zimmer was written as a sports star, rather than an up-and-coming musician. Brandon was cast as Dean and the character's profession was changed when it was decided he was a better fit for that particular character. See more »

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Despite the assertions of several characters, Polycarp is never actually mentioned in Revelation, or anywhere else in the Bible. The chief sources of information concerning Polycarp are four: the authentic epistles of Ignatius of Antioch, which include one to Polycarp; Polycarp's own Epistle to the Philippians; passages in Irenaeus' Adversus Haeresis; and the letter of the Smyrnaeans recounting the martyrdom of Polycarp. However, Polycarp was known as a transmitter and authenticator of Revelation in a period when the gospels and epistles were just beginning to achieve acceptance. See more »

Connections

References Pulp Fiction (1994) See more »

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When Everyone Falls
Written and Performed by Brandon Slagle
Copyright 2007 zminusx music
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holy s**t - what a waste of time
8 December 2009 | by (Orlando, Florida) – See all my reviews

I saw KINKY KILLERS on Showtime the other night; and, I thought the title was totally lame, especially given the content. I cannot believe this was rated TV-MA; it should have been R.

The film; and, its corn-ball 70s throw-back plot, just doesn't live up to its potential. The acting is wooden, the plot is twisted, non-sensical; and, drawn out to the point of boredom. Half the cast could have been played by the same person, they look that much alike. There is so much idiocy going on that you cannot tell who is whom; and, what they are doing.

And, what no one can look up "Polycarp" on the Internet... I mean how lame is it that the word is such a mystery?

Everything about this movie is one cliché after another -- the overworked cop, the inattentive spouse, the "renegade cop," the manipulative shrink... oh, what a waste of time.


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