The Barber (2002)

The Barber (2002)

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When the perfect murder is foiled by an unexpected twist and darkness descends on a small Alaskan town, a madman's hunger for blood grows in this thriller from director Michael Bafaro. As a blanket of darkness settles over Revelstoke, AK, for a period of 24 hours, local barber Dexter Miles and the rest of the citizens realize that winter's chill is soon to follow. No one would suspect a man like Dexter Miles to be a cold-blooded killer, but when Dexter overhears the sheriff mention that the body of Lucy Waters has been discovered, he quickly realizes that his dark secret is about to break wide open. Having only murdered Lucy a few days prior, Dexter had hoped that authorities wouldn't discover her body until the spring thaw. Now, as the big-city detectives cloaked in the darkness of the Alaskan winter arrive to investigate the murder, Dexter once again feels the thrill of the kill -- and he's starting to like it.
Rating:
R (language and some violence)
Genre:
Drama , Horror , Mystery & Suspense
Directed By:
Written By:
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Studio:
Barber Productions

Cast

Malcolm McDowell
as Dexter Miles
Garwin Sanford
as Agent Crawley
Philip Granger
as Levi Gansby
Jeremy Ratchford
as Chief Vance Corgan
C. Ernst Harth
as Buffalo Sedwick
Vince Murdocco
as Agent Ravner
David Abbott
as Dr. Kirby Halstrom
Paul Jarrett
as Deputy Everett
Erin Wright
as Jewels
John B. Destry
as Cecil Waters
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Critic Reviews for The Barber

All Critics (1)

Um filme tão desastroso que não merece sequer o Framboesa de Ouro.

March 19, 2003
Cinema em Cena

Audience Reviews for The Barber

½

i acually liked this movie but i hate that fact that they never caught that fucked up barber and the one that new it was the barber they killied him that pissed me off

Nikki Mustafa
Nikki Mustafa

Pretty good little horror/suspense film that is mostly interesting because of McDowell's performance and the location. Not a bad watch at all.

Christopher  Brown
Christopher Brown

Super Reviewer

Murderous barber? Check. Alaskan village where the sun never comes up? Check. The Barber oddly relies on two plot devices to get its simplistic tale across (the barber is killing people in an Alaskan village where the sun never comes up), with Malcolm McDowell narrating all the while.

Lee Mayo
Lee Mayo

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