Seventeen years after slaughtering all but one member of a family, a vicious serial killer known only as "The Sandman" awaits execution. But first, his jailers allow a minister to visit the...
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Paul is on a business trips to Nagoya, as a computer-chip executive from New York, when he meets a beautiful and mysterious woman. Later, he finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong ... See full summary »
Seventeen years after slaughtering all but one member of a family, a vicious serial killer known only as "The Sandman" awaits execution. But first, his jailers allow a minister to visit the killer to give him last rites, unaware that the minister is a voodoo priest and an ally of the condemned prisoner. The priest places a hex on the Sandman so that when he is executed, his soul migrates into a new body made of sand. To sever his ties with his former life and achieve absolute power, the sandman must find and kill a man named Griffin, the sole survivor of the last family murdered by the killer.Written by
Patrick D. Rockwell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
There are several flashbacks to Griffin as a baby along with his older brother. In the first flashback in question, (first that shows the older brother walk to the crib,) his older brother's shirt is tucked into the front of his underwear. In the next flashback, replaying the same scene, only now extended further, when the brother walks to the crib, his shirt is untucked and hanging loose. In this same flashback, the camera pans away for a moment, with the shirt loose, and when it returns, the shirt is once again tucked into his underwear. See more »
This is a pretty routine late night TV movie. You wouldn't pay money to watch it, but it's better than anything else on the telly tonight. The lead protagonist is likeable enough. He's got a nice girlfriend. No tit shot, but that might just have been the dear old BBC cutting the shower scene.
Scary baddy, scary back story about the baddy. If you've read this far, You should go ahead and watch the flick.
While you're here - why, Oh why!, do horror films use logic to explain the denouement of the film? You know - Monster X has walked through lightning and bullets; but because he's made of marshmallow - fire is the answer! (Ghostbusters).
But hang on, Zool is supernatural so why the F*** is that any more likely to work than a .45?
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