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Director:

David McKenzie (as David L. Stanton)

Writer:

Dan Goldman
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Cast

Credited cast:
Erik Estrada ... Detctive Francisco Moreno
Robert Vaughn ... Agent Silvestri
Laura McKenzie ... Dr. Griffin
Jim Romanovich Jim Romanovich ... Chris Walters (as James Romanovich)
Harvey Shain Harvey Shain ... Murray Leever
Tiffany Bolling ... Lt. Jeffries
Philip Suriano Philip Suriano ... Detective Novak (as Phil Suriano)
Dan Goldman Dan Goldman ... The Ferret
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eric Acsell Eric Acsell ... Paramedic #1
Derek Bond ... Shooter
Traci Braddock Traci Braddock ... Rocko's Wife
Richard Casares Richard Casares ... Jonathan Mende
Kim Delgado ... Dr. Devry
Trev Edwards Trev Edwards ... Rocko
GiGi Erneta ... Nurse #2
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Genres:

Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 January 1998 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Blind Sight See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Bad, bad, bad!
3 July 2006 | by AshenGreySee all my reviews

I tried really hard to find something to like about this film. I REALLY did. There's not much, however.

Okay. the *concept* is viable: main character loses his eyesight and gains paranormal perception in its place.

But it's just ruined by Erik Estrada as the hero-cop. He just chews the scenery to the point that he makes William Shattner's technique seem subtle. Also, he just doesn't pull off the "blind" look very well. They should have just given him dark shades.

Now, the "special" effects are pretty darned cheesy. When computers and such "overload", it's like watching an episode of "Superhuman Samuri Syber Squad".

EE's partner and the computer guru were much better actors. But they couldn't salvage this wretched spool of celluloid.


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