Till the End of the Night (1994)





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When John Davenport (Scott Valentine) married his lovely wife, Diana (Katherine Kelly Lang), he was totally unaware that she had been wed before. And beyond that, John had no idea that Diana's ex-husband, Drew D'Arcy (John Enos III), is a dangerous psycho. But Davenport soon wises up when, with help of a phony parole office, Drew begins stalking Diana and ultimately kidnaps her. Alerting the authorities to this abduction, John finds that no one will believe him -- especially since he himself has recently been implicated in a murder. Thus, John must tackle the challenge of rescuing Diana himself, leading to a nail-biting climactic showdown in the desert. For all its melodrama and grimness, this film has as astonishing amount of humor, mostly invested in the "sick" comments made by Drew D'Arcy and his partner in crime. Originally filmed for theatrical play but ultimately released directly to home video, Till the End of Night made its TV debut courtesy of the Lifetime cable network.
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Scott Valentine
as John Davenport
Katherine Kelly Lang
as Diana Davenport
John Enos III
as D'arcy
David Keith
as Garrett Hill
Mary Fanaro
as Faith
Roger Clinton
as Frank Riggio
Jason Larimore
as Peaches Munroe
Eric Briant Wells
as Mel Davis
Jessica Dubron
as Marissa Davenport
Kendall Cunningham
as Myles Davenport
David Jean Thomas
as Reverend Cleaver
Angela Scott
as Mrs. Cleaver
Grant Owens
as Howard Kesterling
Sue Casey
as Rita Kesterling
Michael Carra
as State Trooper
Christine Cattrell
as Hank Sokol
Christine Cattell
as Jan Sokol
Collin Bernsen
as Bartender
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[center][img]http://images.rottentomatoes.com/images/movie/coverv/40/113640.jpg[/img][/center] A passionless tale, passionlessly told, shoddily-directed, and at times poorly-acted. This is supposed to be a sexy thriller. It is neither sexy or thrilling. The only reason I watched it is because it stars my very favorite soap actress, the luminous Katherine Kelly Lang.[img]http://soapoperadigest.com/features/KatherineKellyLang2003L.jpg[/img] But even she was not enough to save this clunker. This is just a boring, crappy, predictable waste of an hour and half. It's a made-for-TV movie, if I'm not mistaken, and boy does it show. I did not believe at any time that any of these characters gave a crap about each other, much less loved or hated each other. The "intellectual," philisophical con was a huge misfire. LAME. Blech. Dumbass movie. Miss it.

Breck Hill
Breck Hill

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