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Pure Killjoy (1998)

Psychological thriller about a roving night time barhopper who has visions about a serial killer who is terrorizing the city, but is unsure if he is actually having psychic contact or ... See full summary »

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Aaron Downing

Writer:

Aaron Downing
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Cast

Credited cast:
Gregg Rubin Gregg Rubin ... Fred Derf
Christina Gulino Christina Gulino ... Marie Gallo
Marc Phillips Marc Phillips ... Dr. James
Brian Frank Carter Brian Frank Carter ... Jimbo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ben Giesler Ben Giesler ... Radio announcer
Melanie Holmes ... Angela (as Melanie Hall)
Vanessa Hugo Glaser Vanessa Hugo Glaser ... Little Jenny
Rainer Judd ... Kabrelle
Ellis Moore ... Oldie
Melinda Scherwinski Melinda Scherwinski ... Clara
Jeff Sumner ... Man in bar (as Jeffrey Sumner)
Michael Waite ... Khameleon Killer
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Psychological thriller about a roving night time barhopper who has visions about a serial killer who is terrorizing the city, but is unsure if he is actually having psychic contact or flashbacks of killings he may have committed. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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What happens when we cease to fear, fear?

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Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 July 1998 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Retrospect Production See more »
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Dolby SR

Color:

Color
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21 April 1999 | by mike-690See all my reviews

I was fortunate enough to see "Pure Killjoy" at the Houston Worldfest last Tuesday. I liked this movie because it was intentionally uncomfortable and made you think about how it all tied together. It's abstract, but contrary to some people's thoughts this is no where near as far out as David Lynch...and that's a good thing as far as I'm concerned. It's a great peek inside the head of one truly messed up guy trying to keep a lid on his deepest, darkest secrets. And Gregg Rubin, the lead actor, did a great job portraying a psycho in a plain vanilla wrapper. Definitely not for everyone, but definitely for me.


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