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Runaway Terror (2002)

A shady producer begins losing his actresses to a knife-wielding, masked killer. A detective teams up with the twin sister of the first victim to search for the culprit, as both the list of suspects and the body count grows...

Director:

Mark Baranowski

Writer:

Mark Baranowski (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Ryli Morgan ... Vanessa / Lydia Slowik
Melanie Murdock Melanie Murdock ... Jill Sullivan
Jami Harrelson Jami Harrelson ... Adam Hill
Mark Baranowski ... Det. Luke Brennan
Victoria Brigman Victoria Brigman ... Tanya Abrams
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Phyllis Barnette Phyllis Barnette ... Kerri Miller
Jason Harrelson Jason Harrelson ... Tim Abrams
Michelle Martin Michelle Martin ... Adam's Girl
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Storyline

Two sexy starlets are brutally murdered after auditioning for RUNAWAY TERROR, Sultry Productions' latest film ... Who could possibly want these girls dead? Could it be Jill, the producer's jealous secretary/ex-girlfriend? Or Adam Hill, the shady producer himself? More questions arise, along with the body count, as Lydia, the twin sister of the first victim joins with Detective Luke Brennan to search for the killer ... and finds the most shocking truth of all! Written by Rhonda Baughman <rhondabaughman@hotmail.com>

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A film to DIE for.


Certificate:

Unrated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 June 2002 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

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On Mark Productions See more »
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Quotes

Adam Hill: What do you mean, she won't do the shower scene? She's got no choice!
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The Art of Leaving This World
Written by ian3xlr
Performed by DUBOK
Courtesy of Tinman Records
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What don't they make slashers like this anymore?
2 December 2003 | by bfan83See all my reviews

Although I wasn't too happy with Expendable, this made up for it. It really isn't the type of slasher that's out there today. It's atmospheric, and it keeps you guessing. I was actually surprised to find out who the killer was. Ignore the bad cinematography, and watch the originality unfold in front of your eyes.


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