Bad Karma (2002)

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A beautiful-but-loony tunes insane asylum inmate thinks she's the reincarnated soul mate of a deranged 19th century serial killer who happens to live in modern times in the guise of her psychiatrist -- how handy. Agnes Thatcher (Patsy Kensit) uses her extraordinary sensuality -- not to mention her ruthless bloodthirstiness -- to break free in a bloody spree to find Dr. Campbell (Patrick Muldoon) when the doctor leaves for a quiet seaside vacation with his wife (Amy Locane) and young daughter.
Rating:
R (adult situations/language, nudity, sex, violence)
Genre:
Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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Studio:
Artisan Home Entertainment

Cast

Patrick Muldoon
as Dr. Trey Campbell
Patsy Kensit
as Maureen Hatcher/Agnes
Damian Chapa
as Miller
Amy Locane
as Carly Campbell
Aimee O'Sullivan
as Teresa Campbell
Vinnie McCabe
as Arthur
Sean Power
as Richard
Fiona Reynard
as English Prostitute
Maria Tecce
as Female Security Guard
Jeanette Omos
as Police Woman
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Critic Reviews for Bad Karma

All Critics (4)

A strange mix of Cape Fear, Somewhere in Time and From Hell.

May 6, 2003
Apollo Guide

No excerpt available.

Full Review… | May 6, 2003
DVD Verdict

No excerpt available.

Full Review… | May 6, 2003
Fantastica Daily

If you've ever been curious to see what Jason Voorhees would look like if he were played by a supermodel, this one's worth a look

Full Review… | October 31, 2002
eFilmCritic.com

It occurs to me in all honesty that if you rent this thing you deserve what you get.

Full Review… | August 7, 2002
Film Freak Central

The scenes of violence are fake to the point where they might as well have been using Muppets.

August 2, 2002
Filmcritic.com

Audience Reviews for Bad Karma

A murky and ambiguous thriller about a girl whose parents are murdered and who keeps running into the number 11, painted in blood at the scene of her parents' death. It would have been better had the story and explanation been more clearly defined, but I give the director an 'A' for effort for taking a stab at an arty script that isn't like everything else coming out of Schlockville (Hollywood).

Steve Strange
Steve Strange

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