John Matkowsky, Noel Palomaria, John Huckert for MPH Productions
directed by John Huckert
starring Noel Palomaria, Tara Killian, Eva Frajko, Joaquin Garay III, Michael Waite, Nansi Aluka, Monique Parent, P.W. Aubrey, Victoria De Mare, Laura Otis, Stuart Duckworth, Maria Spassoff, Cheryl Dent, Craig Chapman, Kelsey Wedeen, Harlene Marshall, Kevin Riddle, Amy Shelton White, Crystal Craft, Gwyn Chafetz, Angela Brown, Ross Wright, Susan Block, Linnea Quigley, Leslie Sandoval, Mario Trejo, Dan Acre, Lynn Odell, Paula Kay Perry, Iannis Vlahos
written by Dan Acre, John Huckert, John Matkwsky, music by John Huckert, Phil Settle
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On the surface, Parker's (Noel Palomaria) life couldn't be better: He's
got a lovely girlfriend, Laura (Eva Frajko), has a bit house, drives an
expensive car, and he hosts a hugely successful internet radioshow, Strangers
Online. But of course, life isn't nearly as perfect as it looks,
mainly because a few years ago, the love of his life, Jenny (Nansi Aluka)
was killed, and in his hotelroom, too. The murderer was never found, but
there are people out there who believe he did it - and worst of all, he
cannot 100% exclude that himself since he has no memories of the incident.
Even his nightmares seem to point into this direction ...
Killian) has started work as an intern at Parker's radiostation only
recently, and she has immediately fallen in love with Parker, and it
doesn't take her long to get him into bed. But after sex, Parker is
overcome by guilt, and instead of embarking on an affair with Karen, he
decides to finally propose to Laura. Now this drives Karen over the edge,
and she goes psycho and after mentally torturing PArker for a while, she
pays Laura a visit ...
here to open the Spoiler Pop-up!
Parent plays Parker's psychiatrist, B-horror legend Linnea Quigley has a
small but naked role as one of Parker's callers - and she still looks
incredibly fit for her age.
at times very effective psychothriller that ultimately doesn't fall
together 100%, mainly because it tries to tell too many stories all at
once (the murder mystery concerning Jenny's death, the story about
Parker's psycho admirer, the story about Parker's peeping tom neighbout,
...), all rather badly held together by Parker's radioshow that's also
supposed to be a social commentary on voyeurism as such. This all leads up
to a bit of an incoherent mess - by which I mean by no means that the film
is a disaster, because it has some really effective scenes, I just want to
say that the screenplay could have done with quite a bit of ironing out.