Paranoia (1998)

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Jana Mercer is the sole survivor after the serial killer has brutally slaughtered her family. Incredible trauma has isolated the girl from the whole world. She's living in fear and ... See full summary »


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23 May 2003 | chaplins_charlie
4
| Hmmmmmmm.......
This movie was weird!! This psycho killer Calvin(Larry Drake, whom I surprised wasted his talent on this one)kills a little girl's family. The little girl manages to escape from being killed by hiding in the hallway closet. Anyways, the killer gets only 20 years in jail for killing three people(Yeah right, he would've gotten the chair or something but then it wouldn't be a movie)and after the girl is grown up, the killer manages to contact her via email.(I never knew they let prisoners have laptops and access to the internet. Impossible? Only in Hollywood)So the killer gets out of jail and stalks her so that he can kill her and finish the job. The ending was the most pointless and dumbest endings I've ever seen in a movie, and the scene where the killer(Drake) is having sex with a teenaged boy in the woods, is beyond gross.(Makes you think, was he a killer or a perverted child molester?) The beginning was pretty good and the rest was just a waste of time. If you have absolutely nothing else to watch, then maybe this movie might do!!

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