Chesterfield High School basketball practice has ended. One year later the town is still reeling from the massacre of a brutal mischief night murder, but even the statewide curfew won't ... See full summary »
James C. Burns,
Chrissy Leigh Anderson
A modern day Bonnie and Clyde - with a twist - that follows two lovers down a path of destruction, mayhem, and murder as they live in a world where it is acceptable to take whatever they want with murderous consequences.
A psychological-thriller in the haunting tradition of films like Taxi Driver and Monster, The Grief Tourist takes us into the chilling labyrinth of a man's dark hobby and his even darker ... See full summary »
Pruitt Taylor Vince
Alison Wynn is an amateur triathlete who convinces Dr. Laura Stevens, a controversial peak-performance trainer, to take her on as a client. Together they embark on a rigorous program ... See full summary »
A 911 operator is fired after mistaking a real murder for a prank call. After that, and feeling guilt, she works to find the killer before there is another victim. On her path to find the killer she discovered more about her self
John Lee Ames,
A young woman returns Home from college and become suspicious of her new stepdad, her late father's business partner, after she discovers him meeting with a mysterious woman who turns up dead the following day.
The discovery of mummified womens' bodies in an underground pit sparks an investigation into a grisly affair in "Hide," a 2011 TV movie. Carla Gugino stars as the detective married to her career. The murders are reminiscent of an earlier murder where the victim survived. In the current set of murders, one victim is wearing a necklace with her name on it; however, it turns out that the necklace was a gift from her best friend -- who looks very much like the victim from the previous murder.
Fairly interesting if slightly confusing TV movie where there are plenty of suspects, but if you've seen as many of this type of thing as I have, you'll figure at least part of it out in the first fifteen minutes.
There is something very detached about not only the story but the performances. Carla Gugino is the big name in this, followed by Mark-Paul Gosselaar of Franklin & Bash. Unfortunately, the dialogue isn't much. Gugino is worthy of better, but she looks great.
Okay. So far, these TNT mystery movies aren't ringing my chimes.
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