- Actors: Morgan Fairchild, Michael Sarrazin
- Directors: David Schmoeller
- Format: NTSC, Widescreen
- Language: English
- Subtitles: English
- Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: RestrictedR
- Studio: Shout! Factory
- DVD Release Date: May 21, 2019
- Run Time: 104 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 36 customer reviews
- ASIN: B07NN68JJC
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Morgan Fairchild and Andrew Stevens burn up the screen in this steamy stalker thriller!
L.A. anchorwoman Jamie Douglas (the stunning Morgan Fairchild in her big screen debut) has it all: a glamorous career on a top-rated news show, a luxurious house in the hills, and a devoted young admirer named Derek (Andrew Stevens). But when Jamie rebuffs his romantic advances, Derek becomes an obsessed stalker who plays out an increasingly psychotic courtship with the frightened newswoman. Soon he is threatening every part of her life, secretly watching even her most intimate moments. Her tough-talking lover (Michael Sarrazin) cant console her. A by-the-book cop (Vince Edwards) cant protect her. But Jamie is far from helpless ... and ready to fight back with all the weapons at her command. When the smoke clears ... who will survive The Seduction?
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In addition to that, it was such a shame that Jamie's boyfriend Brandon(Michael Sarrazin)or the police could protect her from the obsessed perverted sexual predator Derek Sanford(Andrew Stevens)or that Jamie couldn't even get a restraining order against her stalker either.
Even though I was glad to see Derek finally get killed off at the conclusion of the movie, it was kind of sad at the same time without a happy ending since a lot of people got hurt and/or even killed in the process throughout Jamie's whole ordeal with Derek.
What I don't understand is, Jamie was a rich anchorwoman who had everything, including a snazzy car, a nice and well-respected job, a luxurious lifestyle, a swanky house, except protection and privacy, but I find it kind of bizarre why she didn't at least have a private security guard or something with as much danger and harrasment she was getting from her spy.
Something else I found to be quite baffling was why Derek was so insistent about wanting Jamie for his girlfriend without at least even giving other cute chicks a chance to go out with him, especially when there were obviously numerous cute gals throwing themselves at Derek who thought he was drop-dead gorgeous and how Derek still didn't learn after Jamie's boyfriend(Brandon)beat the crap out of Derek by beating him to a pulp, but I guess that was the purpose of this movie in order to keep the suspense going to keep people interested in the movie the whole time along with the fact that things aren't always so practical nor make a lot of sense in the movies.
This movie also takes me all the way back to memory lane to when we had the recession going on back in 1981-1982 when Ronald Reagan was the president along with the fact that I was 9 years old in the 3rd grade at Rockwood Elementary School in Calexico, CA when this movie was released in the theatres back in the Winter of 1982 when I was still living in my hometown(El Centro, CA) being raised in the Imperial Valley.