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A woman attempts suicide when she suspects her husband doesn't love her and is having an affair. Now she's wheelchair-bound, and her husband, who indeed doesn't love her and is having an ... See full summary »
Fred Olen Ray
A loving couple struggle to fend for themselves in modern day Los Angeles, One a loner and down and out, the other a lonely but hardworking secretary. Eventually, as cracks form in their ... See full summary »
After a traumatized woman kills her rich husband in self defense, his family and friends show up to secure a piece of the inheritance for themselves even if it means driving the poor woman insane - or worse.
Fred Olen Ray
Tracy Brooks Swope,
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I did the cover of the reissue of this movie (Vicious Kiss) for Vintage Home Entertainment (you can see it in the "Commercial" gallery on my website--just google L.W. Perkins) and I came up with the "Love Can Be Terrifying" tagline because the black area at the top of the DVD case looked pretty empty..I have no idea what the original movie poster or tagline looked like, since VHE just gave me the movie as a master tape and turned me loose on it. So real movie purists may have to dig some more to find the original tagline:-)
Okay, my comment apparently hasn't got enough lines in it, so I will comment on the movie--I agree with the review that the acting was less than sterling, but I had come off doing covers for several other *much worse* movies and this one at least had a plot you could follow, and there even were one or two mild plot twists. Probably my biggest complaint was the uneven sets--the "mansion" that the wealthy widow lived in was so laughably a tract house somewhere that it was a bit distracting from the "action".
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