A Killing Spring (2002)

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Widowed Joanne Kilbourn is an ex-police officer, whose deceased husband Ian was the Ontario provincial Attorney General when he was murdered. His murder was eventually solved six years ... See full summary »


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7 August 2013 | mrballard416
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| Don't waste your time
Typical formulaic TV movie. Premise of murders on college campus where former police woman is now instructor falls flat. An internship is up for grabs and when bodies flood the campus everyone is suspect. Very awkward and unnecessary scene between the Dean, Instructor, womanizing teacher and students in hallway outside Dean's office. The whole show (NOT a movie)was boring. Should have paid closer attention before renting it to see it was a Canadian/TV movie. So dull and predictable fell asleep half way through. Woke up in time to see my radar was still working. Usually I like Wendy Crewson, though she should have stayed in the US and avoided Canadian TV on this one.

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Release Date:

29 January 2002

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada

Filming Locations

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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