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Murder Eleven (2013)

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Ten murders, two cops, and one killer... or so they think.

Director:

Jim Klock

Writer:

Jim Klock
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jim Klock ... Richard
Julienne Irons ... Samantha
Michael Mack Michael Mack ... Detective Mayfield
Richard Alan Reid ... Detective Jesse (as Richard Reid)
Autumn Federici ... Katey
Chad Ridgely ... Mike Steel
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Emily Adams Emily Adams ... Prostitute #1
Bernard Flannigan Bernard Flannigan ... Truck Driver
Gerald Ford Gerald Ford ... Uniformed Police Officer #2
Allison Kay Allison Kay ... Prostitute #2
Ruthann McGee Ruthann McGee ... Rue
Brent McMurray Brent McMurray ... Truck Passenger
Sam Rando Sam Rando ... Uniformed Police Officer
Court Rutter ... Suspect 1
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A serial killer is loose on the streets of Atlantic City. His ten victims are prostitutes, his methods are ruthless and yet his motives are unknown. Two embattled homicide detectives, Mayfield and Jessee, are in a race against time to catch this killer. They have just a few hours to utilize all of their resources and prevent murder number eleven. But with very few leads, very little support, and luck playing against them they are in for a long night because being wrong is unforgiving and number eleven is already gone. Written by Code 3 Films

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R
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 October 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El asesinato número once See more »

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Code 3 Films See more »
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Color
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better than the cover would suggest
11 October 2013 | by explodingnoemaSee all my reviews

Murder Eleven is an enjoyable thriller, far more entertaining than the schlock horror slasher which the cover poster would suggest it is.

The main virtue of the film is the performances. The actors are all very accomplished and make this film come alive in a way that I didn't think it would. Jim Klock works well with his cast to lift this film to a higher level. The quality of the actors grounds this bizarre situation in reality.

Being careful not to give spoilers, I did not think the film would end the way it did.

I found the movie to be a pleasant surprise. I think you might too.


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