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Clearly a flick made for television. The director, Charlie Wiener, isn't well known and the acting in this flick isn't what we call price winning. Most of the thespians in this flick did a one appearance or some did 2 flicks, the only worth mentioning are Terry Logan (Lieutenant Rossey) and Roz Michaels (Angelina Scarletti). Both went further until 2005.
But we are stuck here with this flick only available on VHS. The story looked promising. The porn industry is being attacked by a killer who doesn't want to see movies going to the theatres. By killing the actresses he wants to stop those movies. We do visit a set but what a stupidity that was. The girls even did have their knickers on and the scene's are asexual as they could be. But it even goes a bit cheesy when lieutenant Rossey is sitting in his bath and Dan Blake is talking to him, really how gay isn't that? Dan is also being attacked by the porn industry and that is just as fake as it could be, the acting done by Jamie Spears (Blake) is laughable. This was his only flick.
When the killer does shoot some people down no blood is seen. They just fall to the ground. One girl is shot in the head, off-camera. It's really cheesy and stupid sometimes when Blake goes to a farm he says he is some other guy but the girl recognise him and says, I know your face from already 5 years in the papers, man, is that cop a nutter. Or the champagne with the bomb, cheesy as hell.
Gore 0/5 Nudity 0,5/5 Effects 0/5 Story 2/5 Comedy 0/5
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