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I rented this a while ago, and despite being a bit cheesy, it's still a good movie that goes for a different style. It's actually quite entertaining.
Sian Anderson (Meg Foster) goes on a trip to Greece (I think, I can't remember) to work on her next book. She shacks up in an isolated castle, which is pretty creepy. Then Phil (Wings Hauser) begins showing up, and becomes more and more ominous. That night, he shows up once again, and Sian realizes he's a killer. The bulk of the movie is the constant cat and mouse game they play in the castle, all leading up to a pretty scary ending.
As I said, I rented this a while ago, and I really can't remember much. I don't even know if I liked it. But whenever I think back, it seems like it was a good movie. I don't know...check it out. It's different. And the fact that it's all just one unrelenting fight between the two characters is pretty interesting, and keeps a good pace. And as I said, the ending is pretty creepy, if I can remember. If you can get a hold of this, rent it or buy it.
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