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Blu-ray Review - Point of Terror


Much like "Blood Mania," "Point of Terror" isn't a movie that lives up to its title. Instead of embarking on a series of murders or macabre events, it's more of a psychodrama about ambitious, overly sexual people trying to use one another for various reasons. Part of it is music industry melodrama, the rest is a weirdly slack domestic drama, and it's only interrupted by a few deaths along the way. Star Peter Carpenter (who also receives a story credit) imagines a chance to go full Brando with his take on the loser trying to make something of himself in the worst way possible, and his thespian commitment helps "Point of Murder" reach a few of its dramatic goals. Read the rest at


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