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Kill ThrillKILL THRILL
DVD region 0. Private.

Private’s Kill Thrill would seem to have everything going for it. The moody cover art, the intriguing premise – a serial killer finds his past catching up with him as the ghosts of his victim return to haunt him and a brooding opening all hint that this could be something special.

Sadly, it all falls apart rather quickly.

While the production values are as good as you would hope from Private, the story rapidly falls apart – clearly the writers had a good concept but then couldn’t figure out what to do with it, and so it deteriorates into a series of slick, passionless couplings that involve beautiful people and sexy costumes, but lack any sexual heat.

Oh, and the dubbing of the lead actress – usually achieved by having her dialogue spoken while her face is off-camera – is incredibly distracting.

DAVID FLINT

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