Angel

Rating:6
Released:1984
Genres:Action, Crime, Thriller
Crew:Stunts: Richard E. Butler | Screenplay: Robert Vincent O'Neill | Director: Robert Vincent O'Neill | Editor: Charles Bornstein | Art Direction: Stephen Marsh | Director of Photography: Andrew Davis | Stunt Coordinator: Dick Warlock | Producer: Roy Watts | Producer: Donald P. Borchers | Screenplay: Joseph Michael Cala

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Synopsis

15 year-old Molly Stewart is a prep school honor student who moonlights as a Hollywood prostitute. After a serial killer begins stalking and murdering some of her street friends, she becomes a target herself.




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Stunts: <strong>Richard E. Butler</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Robert Vincent O'Neill</strong> | Director: <strong>Robert Vincent O'Neill</strong> | Editor: <strong>Charles Bornstein</strong> | Art Direction: <strong>Stephen Marsh</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Andrew Davis</strong> | Stunt Coordinator: <strong>Dick Warlock</strong> | Producer: <strong>Roy Watts</strong> | Producer: <strong>Donald P. Borchers</strong> | Screenplay: <strong>Joseph Michael Cala</strong> image


Reviews

JPV852

Better than expected, and not nearly as sleazy as expected, drama-suspenser with a fine performance from the lead actress and has shades of many similar films (psycho killer on the lose) of the 70s and 80s thrillers (reminded me somewhat of Vice Squad (1982). 3.5/5


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