Enigmatically silent, and driven by love, the man known as Resnik was imprisoned for butchering another man and kidnapping the young girl at the heart of his obsession, Kelly. For the ...
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E. Ray Goodwin,
Jason Jay Crabtree
Enigmatically silent, and driven by love, the man known as Resnik was imprisoned for butchering another man and kidnapping the young girl at the heart of his obsession, Kelly. For the safety of his fellow inmates, Resnik was only ever allowed to wake, eat and exercise alone, after dark, he learned to like it. Now having escaped during a midnight transfer, Resnik is headed back to Moonlight Bay, and Detectives Raynor and Molloy have only 12 hours to stop him before the sun goes down, and the carnage begins, again. Written by
I really like Australian films and thought i'd give this one a try - sadly this has altered my opinion of where the Australian film industry is going. Terrible story line (highly unbelievable that the arresting officer could have actually arrested the psychopath) and inferior acting, especially in this day and age please take some pointers from American and British counter parts! The twist at the end is not even worth the agonizing wait. It does have some early nineties undertones - Kelly not having a cellphone and the horrible way in which the police are deemed incompetent put great shows like Water Rats and Rush to shame. Really not worth the film recorded on or the electricity used to play. Save yourself. Give it a miss all together.
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