Fresh Kill (1988)

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Leona and Allen unintentionally kill two offenders who have in their wake a lot of "friends". Since that day, the couple begins a slow metamorphosis that involves their existence and their moral values.

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14 November 2004 | EyeAskance
Another City Lights Video "winner"...*cough*...
During the mid-80s and into the early 90s, City Lights Video doubled as a production company. With two grunts and a plop, they pushed out a number of homegrown features, not one of which is worth three cents in Hell. FRESH KILL, at least, has the small-beans appeal of featuring B character actor Robert Z'Dar. Here he plays the baddie(imagine that), massacring everyone at any place our hero and his leading lady have just left. The girl, as it turns out, was once his lover...and...I...*think* there's some issue involving some stolen money...but I really can't say for certain because the sound quality is so poor that at various times throughout the movie you can actually hear background foley as clear as a bell, but the actors are moving their lips to an indecipherable garble of near silence. This is an entirely unacceptable flaw in any film...not being able to hear the characters speak is ridiculous. It is for that reason I rate this a 1 out of 10.

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