.com for Murder (2002)

  • Year: 2002
  • Released: 21 Feb 2002
  • Country: United States
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  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0278259/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/com_for_murder
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: Unrated
  • Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
  • Runtime: 96 min
  • Writer: Nico Mastorakis, Phil Marr, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • Director: Nico Mastorakis
  • Cast: Nastassja Kinski, Jeffery Dean, Nicollette Sheridan
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7% – Audience

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This high-tech, psychological thriller is set in the shadowy world of the Internet. Sondra Brummel is recovering from a skiing accident in her boyfriend’s mansion, and accidently contacts a possible killer in an Internet chatroom. She and her friend Misty enter a virtual game that that becomes all too real.—Anonymous

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I’ll watch anything once…

and boy did this movie test my resolve. This is a damn awful movie that is neither scary, creepy, or suspenseful. The dialogue is terrible and the acting is even worse. No one in this movie ever has the appropiate reaction to any situation. And the villian is just so bad he’s not scary, he’s laughable. You know you are in trouble when the best acting performance in your movie is by Huey Lewis. And is it just me or is it odd hearing Huey Lewis say the F* word. I guess it’s not hip to be square anymore.

– halderic

(i imported this from the newsboard, since i think anyone ever looks over there)

Not good…but certainly not bad enough to merit it being on IMDb’s Bottom 100 list.

This is a film that could have been a lot better had the writing been better. After all, the idea of a psycho who uses the internet to stalk people or kill is pretty cool (such as in Karen Rose’s book, “I Can See You”). But, “.Com for Murder” just isn’t up to the task.

The film stars a handicapped lady who, it turns out later in the film, isn’t particularly handicapped. Like magic, she is able to walk and move about late in the film–just one of the dopey things you’ll see in this silly film. Anyway, back to the plot. Her husband (in a tiny role by Roger Daltry) is apparently involved on a web site that is for cheaters and sex addicts. When he leaves, the wife and her sister go online and accidentally get sucked into the sick world of a serial killer who really, really likes his work–and is a freaking computer genius. Much of what he and the very computer savvy wife do in the film is possible–some of it definitely is not (they should have done their homework). Can the police arrive in time to save the two women before the killer murders them both? Well, possibly not, as the cops in the film are awfully dumb. It’s a shame, really, as I liked Huey Lewis’ acting and dialog–but what cop, when he thinks a serial killer is lose, would just sit back and wait!? Yes, any semi-competent cop would immediately respond. And, when it turns out that the killer has hacked into the police computer and sends them to the wrong part of town, does he have other police respond to the women’s plight?!? No, he drives the 20-30 minutes and doesn’t have backup respond immediately!! Duh…

Additional stupid moments include a scene where the killer slashes one lady’s wrists while her other hand is handcuffed to a railing. Why, during all the time she is bleeding, doesn’t sh press her bleeding wrist to her leg or put it between her legs to slow the bleeding?! And, speaking of bleeding, why does the blood flow so slowly?! And, why is the serial killer able to withstand a bazillion volts yet magically come back to life minutes later?! And, why does the lady in a wheelchair manage to WALK ABOUT so easily later in the film!?!? Okay, it is a bad movie. And, there isn’t much to recommend it. However, with so many, many movies out there, this bad film isn’t among the 100 very worst–or possibly 1000 worst. It’s bad, but the basic story idea isn’t and there are a few genuinely tense moments–buried within the dumb moments and overly gruesome killings early in the movie. Overall, it’s cheap and looks like it was made direct to video or perhaps to be featured on Spike TV (it’s THAT bad).

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Roger Daltrey of The Who, has to leave town. So he lets his snoop untrusting wheelchair-bound wife alone with her sister. Of course the wife acts like a pre-teen girl & starts a fight with a psycho hacker who wants to kill them. It’s up to Huey Lewis of Huey Lewis fame to save her before it’s too late. When one watches a Nico Mastorakis film one doesn’t expect a logical story or likable characters or any semblance of a good movie. Those that watch Mastorakis’s films are pretty much sexists who like to test their endurance of crap. This film is no different in that respect.

My Grade: D-

Where i saw it: Showtime on demand