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The Media Madman (1992)

Not Rated | | Comedy , Thriller
A sensationalist interviewer and her cameraman arrange for conversation with an institutionalized killer known as The Media Madman.

Director:

Ross Hagen

Writer:

Ross Hagen
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Hoke Howell ... Media Madman
Lisa Stafford Lisa Stafford ... Barbara
Don Neola Don Neola ... Mike
Claire Polan Claire Polan ... Casey (as Claire Hagen)
Dennis Kelly Dennis Kelly ... Puppet Prisoner
Cecelia Cardenas Cecelia Cardenas ... Victim 1
Stephen Blandino Stephen Blandino ... Date
Soraya Cassis Soraya Cassis ... Victim 2
Joe Dempsey Joe Dempsey ... Boss
Ken Myers ... Reporter 2
Trish Svoboda Trish Svoboda ... Madman's Mom
Russell Bryant Russell Bryant ... Madman's Dad
Kristina Gillespie Kristina Gillespie ... Victim 29
Nakka Sebastien Nakka Sebastien ... Girl in Car
John Trutanich John Trutanich ... Boy in Car
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A sensationalist interviewer and her cameraman arrange for conversation with an institutionalized killer known as The Media Madman.

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Comedy | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Color:

Color
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How lame can we be?
11 June 2003 | by KDWmsSee all my reviews

This isn't the first production which I've seen by this outfit, and, if I see any more, I'll anticipate another very bottom-of-the-barrel experience. Here we have reporter, Barbara, and her boyfriend/cameraman, Mike, on the staff of Sleaze. Shortly before his execution, they get a chance to interview a killer dubbed The Media Madman, who's schitzophrenia causes him to impersonate (extremely poorly, in most cases) celebrities seen on TV. The concept of a mass murderer is quite UNfunny; but, this MUST be a comedy because everything about it is so laughably rotten. I mean, TRULY AWFUL!!! It's one of those films where, if inferiority is the goal, it hits the bullseye.


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