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One, two, Freddy’s coming for you…oh wait, that’s the other nightmare: a review of "Nightmare Boulevard"

Nightmare Boulevard - aka - Quiet Kill    (2004)
     One, two, Freddy’s coming for you…oh wait, that’s the other nightmare. 
Director: Mark Jones.
Starring: Corbin Bernsen, Nicholas Celozzi, Claudia Christian, Ron Perlman.
     A lonely housewife unknowingly has a one nighter with her best friend's killer. Obsession, stalking and death ensue. Before you can say that’s all there is, that’s pretty much all there really is. Standard story lines apply: adulterer’s guilt and fear, spouse’s anger and disbelief, killer’s mother fixation, etc, etc (you get the idea). Lead performances range from decent enough (Bernsen, Christian) to over the top (Celozzi, or I should say ‘over kill’ since he plays the killer). TV B- movie quality.
     Rent only.
     First published in 2004 on The Perlman Pages.

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