All Genres: Thriller
Release Year: 1994
Languages: French, English
Director: Erik Anjou
Sound: Ultra Stereo
Writing by: Erik Anjou – writer
Produced by: Stephan Bataillard – producer
Edward Bates – co-producer
Cassian Elwes – executive producer
Peter Greene – co-producer
David Niven Jr. – executive producer
Cast: Robert Patrick – Jarvis Scott
Teri Hatcher – Dani Payson
Cyril O'Reilly – Gary / Eric
Matt McCoy – Chazz Stone
Shannon Dobson – Jeanne
Ian Buchanan – Terrence
Howard Spiegel – Michael
Cassian Elwes – Minion #1
Saul Janson – Minion #2
Lisa Marie Kurbikoff – Partygoer
David Niven Jr. – Peeping Tom
Music: Dave Kopplin
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Plot Outline: A writer returns to Hollywood after finishing his novel in the wilderness. Still smarting from his girlfriend's…
Plot: A writer returns to Hollywood after finishing his novel in the wilderness. Still smarting from his girlfriend's suicide and his publisher's criticisms of his novel, he becomes intrigued by the neighbor couple's abusive relationship. Eventually he intervenes and becomes involved with the girl, basing a new book on their increasingly violent relationship sparked by his insane jealousy of her friends and her acting career.
Movie Quotes: Dr. Bill Capa: In the what-I-wait-for department, you're it baby.
Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
After the credits roll, Hector can be heard calling for help because he is still hanging on the wall.
Goofs: We know about 1 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Continuity: When Mike is shot by the tazer, there are blood patches where the probes hit him. Very shortly afterwards, there are no marks at all.
Trivia: There are 5 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- The Malibu house used as a main setting is the same house similarly used in Ritual (2000/I).
- The first Golden Raspberry Worst Picture “winner” to take that Award and not receive even one other RAZZIE.
- Although this film was a box office flop, but this film did very well in home video market; according to Entertainment Weekly, this film was even a top-five renter.