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Paranoia is a classic whodunit. An ambitious detective, Ben (James Ray) investigates the murder of his wife's best friend's husband (Shane Dean). His wife's best friend, Alaina (Katherine ... See full summary »

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Paranoia is a classic whodunit. An ambitious detective, Ben (James Ray) investigates the murder of his wife's best friend's husband (Shane Dean). His wife's best friend, Alaina (Katherine Stewart) holds the key to the mystery but she struggles with reality and imagination. Her condition is brought about by experimental drugs from her infertility treatment program. Horror scream queen Tiffany Shepis plays the detective's wife. USA, color, 87 minutes. Written by Anonymous

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Paranoia: Watchable indie thriller
1 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Starring scream queen Tiffany Shepis this thriller exceeded my expectations even if it doesn't bring anything new to the table.

Weaving a tale about two couples, infidelity, murder and betrayal and doing it to a competent enough standard Paranoia deserves more recognition than it seems to have received.

On IMDb the film has only been seen by 15 people which for a movie with a $1 million budget is quite unusual.

Yes it looks a bit like a Lifetime movie but you can do a lot worse with 90 minutes as the cast take the ball and run with it.

The Good:

Better than you'd imagine cast

The Bad:

Music is poorly edited

Hardly original

Things I Learnt From This Movie:

The worth of a human life is just $15,000

Fertility drugs can make you murder folks


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