In L.A.'s Laurel Canyon, Karen has a dream that her sister Heather is in danger, but Heather seems safe enough, having just moved to a remote spur of the canyon to distance herself from her... See full summary »
A woman discovers becoming attracted to the wrong man can have deadly consequences in this tense erotic thriller. Linda (Nastassia Kinski) is a woman whose life would seem ideal on the ... See full summary »
After Air Force One goes down during a storm over the Bermuda Triangle, the United States Navy is dispatched to find the escape pod holding the President. A giant monster beneath the ocean awakens and attacks the fleet.
In L.A.'s Laurel Canyon, Karen has a dream that her sister Heather is in danger, but Heather seems safe enough, having just moved to a remote spur of the canyon to distance herself from her ex-husband. She's a writer, and she's soon met several men - Marcus, who helps her the day she moves in, neighbors Daniel and Marisa for whom she cooks dinner, and Michael her landlord who cleans her pool weekly. Daniel warns her away from Marcus even as he makes a play for her and invites her to participate in sexual escapades - some enjoyable, some not. Then it becomes clear that Karen's anxiety dream was prescient. Who can Heather trust, and does she figure it out too late? Written by
Cold Heart Canyon is a poor mans poor man erotic thriller. I would not even comment if it was not so crappy of a movie. Lead actress was not hot in any way then she did not have any hot parts. Doggone it if you're going to make a soft core erotic thriller it needs playboy type nudity. You betcha. Those that look for these types of movies expect trade offs. A bad soft erotic movie that rembers to show some skin in return gets a pass. A bad soft erotic movie with nothing gets tossed in to a fire. Nothing about this movie was half way watchable. hugh Hefner & Larry flynt would kick ass on any one that put this out. Wild Things with Matt Dillon & Denise Richards in a single part was worth 10 fold of these crap.
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