While she showers, The Peeper eyes his victim. She discovers his intrusion into her privacy. Enraged and impatient with the police response, and not wanting him to escape, she follows him to his lair for a confrontation.
A Peeping Tom (Michael Q. Schmidt) is lasciviously eying his victim (Robyn Jean Springer) while she takes a quick shower. Hypnotized by her movements, he is self-distracted and gets caught in the act. He scurries off, but not before the victim has her lackadaisical husband (Eric Soth) call in the report. Naturally the victim is outraged and does not want the peeper to escape, and she furiously follows the peeper to his lair seeking the ultimate confrontation. When the police officer (James Evans) shows up, the results are not quite what she expected.Written by
The Peeper Film
The production company received its name when Michael Q. Schmidt and Robyn Jean Springer had stepped out to pick up burgers, and stems directly from Michael's reply to the clerk when asked whether they'd like cheese on their burgers. See more »