Convinced that her father's death was not accidental, a beautiful girl decides to investigate to find out the truth, aided by her boyfriend. Her sleuthing draws her to a local mortuary, where many secrets will be revealed.
Mary Beth McDonough,
A scientist and his family move to a new town. He meets the local celebrity the beautiful who runs the local health club to which everyone is a member and makes him suspicious. Intrigued he investigates further and uncovers a terrifying plot.Written by
Michael Berryman and Nicholas Worth, both employees of the movie's villainous location Steaming Springs, worked with director Wes Craven before. Berryman became iconic in Craven's The Hills Have Eyes (and later the sequel) and Worth played a henchman transformed into a monster in Swamp Thing. See more »
When Tom is at the office talking to the vet, he is wearing a blue shirt and black tie, but when he drives to the vet's office, he is wearing a checkered shirt and black tie yet it is supposed to be the same day. See more »
This film begins with a brilliant scientist named "Matt Winslow" (Robert Urich) and his family moving to a new town where he can develop a project he's been working on for a major corporation. At first everything seems normally but then everybody in the company begin to pressure him and his wife, "Patricia Winslow" (Joanna Cassidy) to join a large health club nearby. At first everybody tolerates their initial hesitation but as time goes by the pressure becomes even more intense as the owner of the health spa "Jessica Jones" (Susan Lucci) becomes personally involved. And it's then that Matt notices that those who join the club aren't quite the same afterward. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this made-for-television movie turned out to be much better than I expected with both Susan Lucci and Joanna Cassidy performing quite well. Admittedly, it suffers somewhat due to the limitations incurred by television guidelines but I enjoyed it all the same and have rated it accordingly. Slightly above average.
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