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Heather Aitken's Femme Fatale makes scary/funny Blind Date a Must See
BLIND DATE has the best premise: two serial killers solicit victims through internet dating sites. Then the inevitable happens: they get matched with each other. The tension of the film is Who's Going to Strike First? Blind Date is a model of clever, script and performance driven indie filmmaking. Aitken is terrific: she is drop dead beautiful and outdoes Sharon Stone's femme fatale in Basic Instinct. George Patterson is fine as the other half of this homicidal couple but Heather's sexy/crazy performance makes the film. Director Jamie Patterson gives more than one one to Hitchcock in this film from the opening tracing shot at the beach to the Rope type apartment-confined locale of the bulk of the film. It is a bit claustrophobic but all in all the film is scary, funny and fun.
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