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Killer Deal

1999

NR
3.8 out of 5 stars (4) IMDb 4.9/10

A stylish, futuristic thriller, Killer Deal follows a detective as he attempts to expose a corrupt organ harvesting ring.

Starring:
Rick Rossovich, Claudette Mink
Runtime:
1 hour, 30 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Thriller
Director Clay Borris
Starring Rick Rossovich, Claudette Mink
Supporting actors Ellen Dubin, Peter MacNeill, Richard Eden, Joseph Scoren, Rod Wilson, A.C. Peterson, Désirée Nosbusch, Udo Kier, Zehra Leverman, Tara Samuel, Jake LeDoux, Jane Luk, Gloria Slade, Carolyn Goff, Markus Parilo, Stephan Michalchuk, Nigel Hamer, Kirsten Bishop
Studio Echo Bridge Entertainment
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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This is a sub-standard film hyped with a sexy photo and suggestive title. The movie is about a hi-tech dance club which features a reality performer in a seamless holographic image. The problem is that the software has created a dark ominous man who scares the heck out of the singer. Samantha (Claudine Wilde) is the original star, but then gets freaked out. She is replaced by Holly (Jean Louisa Kelly). Samantha has a brother who attempts to visit her, but her employer doesn't allow it, apparently Samantha lives at the studio too because calling her or visiting her at home is not a movie option. . The dancing and music was 1980's style, with the dancers at the club simply going through the motions. Holly, who is supposed to write her own music, performs several times, always the same song. The acting was bad, characters poorly developed, and a plot that leaves you scratching your head.

No sex or nudity and I don't recall any F-bombs. Not worth the rental. The movie can be bought as part of a 10 movie Sci-Fi pack, which has a few films worth watching.
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This review is for "The Cyberstalking"

I saw this movie when it originally aired on television when I was a teenager. I loved it then and I love it now. I had lost it for around a decade as it was difficult to find it released in any way. Found it on Youtube in parts and then here and now I have it in my collection!

I will admit, it's definitely a 90s TV movie and has it's shortcomings here and there but the concept and idea is great. The film is fun to watch, not hard to follow and good interesting scifi. It's worth the try for the price that it is listed for on here.

If only I could find the song from the film that is sung by the actress! If someone can find me that, I would be so happy! They only released the version by the band who wrote the song and I just don't like it as much.

So, give this movie a try! You get 2 movies in the package anyways. ;)
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Format: DVD
First things first. If you do want one or both of these movies go for 10 Movie Sci-fi pack available right now from Amazon for $5.00, that is less than the cost for this double header.
Neither is a poor film, both are somewhat below average for the category. Both are watchable. In the first a major club/record star is developing psychological problems with the machinery which is being used to convert her dreams to the visual and auditory signals conveyed to the public. The second deals with a police officer who, as a reward for years of
excellent service is given a place in the much sought after elite housing colony. It is withdrawn after a day in which he allowed a potential organ donor to that colony commit suicide in a way which renders her body useless for organ donation. Acting and Direction is pretty much what you would expect, but adequate to the need of the films. Both held my interest sufficiently for me to reach the end. They are what they are, no pretentious, simple entertainment.
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By Teri on August 14, 2014
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I just love "The Cyberstalking" part of this DVD.
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