Single White Female 2: The Psycho


Single White Female 2: The Psycho

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A woman in search of a new roommate finds that sharing an apartment can be murder in director Keith Samples' belated sequel to the 1992 thriller Single White Female. Things just aren't going well for Holly Parker (Kristen Miller). In addition to her cheating boyfriend, a scheming co-worker keeps undermining every shot Holly has at a promotion, and on top of it all, her rent is simply too much to handle alone. When her search for a roommate leads Holly to shy but sweet Tess Kostitch (Allison Lange), the troubled renter thinks she may have finally solved at least one of her woes -- but this roommate has a big secret. It doesn't take long for Holly and Tess to become friends, but in Tess' warped view of friendship, there is no kinder act than putting a friend in pain out of their misery. When Tess learns about Holly's unfaithful boyfriend and the trouble that Holly has run into attempting to land a big promotion, Tess prepares to do her new best friend a favor and make all of her troubles go away in the flash of a blade. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi


Kristen Miller
as Holly Parker
Allison Lange
as Tess Kositch
Todd Babcock
as David Kray
Brooke Burns
as Jan Lambert
François Giroday
as Leonard Ripken
Michelle Page
as Punk Rocker Girl
Gerald Brodin
as Police Officer
Kathy Byron
as Large Woman
Rif Hutton
as Detective Rousch
Jeff Krebs
as Oliver
as Doctor
Rebecca Lin
as Receptionist
Nicole Oring
as Dominatrix
Laura Rogers
as Realtor
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Critic Reviews for Single White Female 2: The Psycho

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Audience Reviews for Single White Female 2: The Psycho

  • Aug 10, 2013
    It's not awful, but it's pretty pointless. Feels like watching the original with a less convincing cast and lower budget. There's a few very minor changes, but mostly it's a remake. To be honest, I was pretty bored through most of it. I think I vaguely remember renting it when it was first released and couldn't remember it at all - now I remember why, nothing of note at all here. If you have never seen the original, it "may" be acceptable viewing if its on TV, but otherwise, give it a miss.
    Nicki M Super Reviewer
  • Aug 20, 2011
    "Yeah, it's been 13 years since the original <i>Single White Female</i> so nobody except the fans will remember the plot progression and key story points, we can just insert them into this movie! But how are we gonna get people to watch this?? Wait, I know - we'll buy the naming rights and call it a sequel! That way we'll get the fans of the first move to watch it and.... Oh." As shameless a screenplay clone as any film since <i>Cannonball Run II</i> with worse acting & direction. I watched this not because I'm a fan of the original (which I am) but solely because the perennially plucky Kristen Miller plays the Bridget Fonda part. She does what she can and looks amazing while fighting off both psycho roommates and choppy editing. For that it's worth a slender tick above her other regrettable 2005 film entry <i>The Fallen Ones.</i>
    Doctor S Super Reviewer
  • Feb 23, 2011
    Independent sequel? How about poor re-imagining?
    vieras e Super Reviewer
  • Aug 25, 2008
    It was as I feared, almost a remake of the original with some scenes/ideas taken straight from the first film. I knew what to expect but hoped for some new twists shocks, not the same ideas from the first. Stick with the very good original, and miss this low budget follow up.
    Dean K Super Reviewer

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