Michael and Karen Carr (Russell & Stowe) are a vulnerable married couple befriended by Pete Davis, an LAPD cop (Liotta), after he investigates an Unlawful Entry at their suburban home. What they discover too late is that officer Davis is seriously unhinged and becomes obsessed with Karen to a dangerous degree. (Laurie Sevano)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits minor improvements over the mediocre LaserDisc reviewed in Issue 3. The picture is slightly dark, but appropriate to the film
The 4.0 Dolby
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