A rebellious young woman is invited to a tropical island by her stepmother, only to have her life snatched away from her by another girl in a complicated scheme to steal the money her dead father left to her.
The true story of the year-long manhunt for the killer who raped and murdered his way up and down the I-5 corridor through California, Washington, and Oregon for over a year in 1981, leaving 44 victims in his wake.
While vacationing in Cape Cod, Julie, six months pregnant, and her boyfriend Trent get caught up in a scandal when Trent is kidnapped by a mysterious man, and Jonathan - Julie's husband - is forced to pay the ransom.
After a teenage girl is found murdered in a California town, a young woman is forced to prove her brother is innocent of the crime, discovering a disturbing dark side to the community and the hidden identity of the killer.
Young, ace assistant DA, Shelby Cook, works with driven cop, Mike Holland, to catch Daedalus, a serial killer infamous for luring his victims to their deaths through labyrinth traps. Three innocent men have already taken the fall for Daedalus and when Daedalus strikes again, Shelby finds herself defending the latest man accused, a retired and respected judge--who also happens to be her own father. Written by
During the first news report after the first murder of the movie, they misspell the name of the killer. Instead of saying Daedalus, on the Reuter at the bottom of the screen it reads Deadalus strikes again on the second time you see the newscaster reporting for HD6. See more »
Lost in Your Lies
Written and Performed by Rowan Schoales See more »
A prosecuting attorney in a serial killer case needs to become the defense attorney when her close relative-a former judge- with whom she lives, is accused of being the killer.
And if you think that is far fetched wait for all the other ludicrous plot twists and turns.
The picture looks like it was made on a shoe string budget, and the only reason I give a vote one above the lowest mark is i) I saw the film to the end ii) there was a half decent song at the conclusion, and iii) the actor playing the former judge- given the atrocious story and script-did not do so bad compared to all the other hams.
What a load of tripe!
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