A serial killer is stalking New York. Inspector Edward X. Delaney is an NYPD detective, nearing retirement, who is trying to put together the pieces of the case. Are the victims somehow linked? What does the brutal method of death signify?
Michael C. Berch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
He's searching for a killer. She's searching for a miracle .... And time is running out.
Did You Know?
Edward X. Delaney was a police captain in the novel, but inexplicably became a Sergeant in the movie. See more
At the beginning of the film, the endotracheal (breathing) tube being used on Barbara is not taped in place or secured in any other manner. Also, the x-rays displayed, correctly an IVP (intravenous pyelogram), show a non-functioning left kidney, but Barbara is positioned for surgery on her right kidney. See more
[Delaney's arrived at the hospital where his wife has been operated on
Sergeant Delaney, they got ahold of you.
Yeah, they said it was some kind of an emergency. What happened?
Well, several hours ago Barbara began running a high fever, and experiencing severe pain in the lumbar region. She was going into shock, so we thought it best to operate. We, uh, had to remove one of her kidneys.
It was very badly infected. Diseased. Rotted. We had no other choice.
"Diseased"? With *...
Rock of Ages
Music by Thomas Hastings
Played by the Salvation Army Band outside the hardware store See more