An excellent dark thriller. From the first creepy minutes voyeuring into the private behavior or a very weird guy, the off-beat, edgy tone is set. From there the plot takes off - serial killers are suddenly being knocked off. Who's killing the serial killers? An unlikely but effective pairing of detectives, Patrick Muldoon and Cathleen Moriarty are assigned to this weird case. They're not quite sure if they want to send a thank you note to the killer or pursue the leads. C. Thomas Howell sure isn't the old "Ponyboy" we knew and loved from "The Outsiders." He's dark, brooding, scary and works in a flower shop, of all things. It's surprising the blooms don't wilt. I wouldn't let him touch my bouquet. Tension mounts as the search for the killer continues amid a freezing, wintry backdrop that adds to the cold-blooded business of homicide investigation. Great mood setting. And the ending is a real shocker! Can you guess it kept me perched on the edge of the couch and anxious? I double-checked the door.
Ex rental (Blockbuster) in nice shape
C Thomas Howell