The Killing Man (1994)





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Jeff Wincott plays Harlin Garret, once an enforcer for a criminal network preying on the city's citizens. After he's doubled crossed, a government agency with an agenda of their own, no less sinister than that of the crooks, creates a doppelgänger of Harlin to do its dirty work. Garret soon finds he has to fight enemies on all sides to win his freedom as well as that of the people.
Action & Adventure , Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Killing Machine Productions


Jeff Wincott
as Garrett
Jeff Pustil
as Conners
David Bolt
as Tom Hansen
Mark Duffus
as Doc 1
Douglas O'Keeffe
as Sgt. Terry
Neil Crone
as Male Nurse
Desmond Campbell
as Security Guard
Rhonda Towells
as Female Nurse
Brion Fuller
as Blond Man
Lew Lehman
as Older Man
Sandi Stahlbrand
as Reporter
Stephanie McKeown
as Conners' Wife
Marc Donato
as Conners' Child
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Audience Reviews for The Killing Man

I had no idea what to expect other than knowing Jeff Wincott and Michael Ironside were in the picture. At first I was not sure what was going to happen as the main character is trapped in a facility recovering from his wounds and surgery. Then the film takes a very abrupt turn as the main character becomes an unwilling assassin for the government because if he does not the government will kill him. He is killing people who know about the origin of the AIDS virus. The plot seems outrageous however I really did enjoy the picture and what it did with itself. It was funny and I just enjoyed watching it. I liked the main character always knowing what to do and even though he said in his voice overs he did not want to kill again he goes around and kills a bunch of people. In the beginning he thought of killing himself at one point but instead he chose to kill to save his own life however at the end he ends up being captured anyway. Overall, it is a different movie with an attempt at telling a story that is very serious but in the end it comes done to funny action scenes and Michael Ironside is the man.

Matthew Marks
Matthew Marks

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