Looking to cash in on the popularity of Steven Spielberg's mega-hits E.T. and Raiders of the Lost Ark, Hong Kong schlockmeister Wong Jing directs this yarn about Andy who, along with ... See full summary »
A troubled young girl goes to confession at the local church. Unfortunately, the sexually frustrated priest she confesses to becomes obsessed with her. At first, the priest stalks the girl,... See full summary »
In a postapocalyptic future, a ruthless vehicular gang called the Highway Warriors is conquering the wasteland through murder and plunder. During a raid, they kidnap the sister of a road warrior named Trace. He brings hell down upon them.
A gangster boss (Ice-T) has a list of about 100 people who have screwed up at one point or another. Rather than outright killing them, he decides to have a little fun by putting all of them... See full summary »
An artist with a rather unusual art-style literally uses all the men she likes for her artworks. Bodies begin to pile up in abandoned alleyways and the case is handed out to a homicide detective to bring in the artistic serial killer.
In the movie Night Vision, there is a scene where the killer dumped the body of the kidnapped female victim in the parking lot of the fictional Channel 6 studios. That building used as the fictional Channel 6 studios is in fact an actual and still active TV station. The studio building that was used for this scene belongs to the CW Affiliate KDAF-TV CW 33. It is located at 8001 John Carpenter Freeway, in Dallas, Texas. When this movie was filmed, KDAF was under another affiliate, the WB Network. And prior to the WB Network, it was Dallas's first FOX affiliate. It was then known as FOX 33. If you carefully look at the top of the studio building when the van is approaching the entrance of the studios, you can see the WB 33 logo and the words KDAF Television. See more »
The wooden box that O'Connor is trapped in has soft mesh sides, presumably so that she can breathe. But that meant she could have easily torn her way out at any time. See more »
Trying to catch a serial killer, did they ever think of tracking the license plate number of the black van or fingerprint the video tapes he sent? Oh brother the plot of this movie was so full of holes it was pathetic. Now I know why there are bad movies in the world. This one however was one of the worst.
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