In the Cold of the Night

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"Lost in a Sea of Passion He Found the Girl of His Nightmares"
  • NC-17
  • 1989
  • 1 hr 52 min
  • 4.6  (1,764)

In the Cold of the Night is a 1990 neo-noir thriller movie, directed by Nico Mastorakis. The film features Jeff Lester as a young photographer named Scott Bruin, who becomes entangled in an erotic web of deceit and murder. The movie starts with Scott Bruin being tormented by recurring nightmares about a woman he has never met before. He seeks the help of a psychic, who advises him to paint the images from his dreams. Scott follows the advice and ends up creating a painting that attracts the attention of a wealthy art collector named Miles Creighton (played by Marc Singer). Impressed by Scott's work, Miles offers to fly him to his mansion in Malibu to take some photographs for his upcoming book.

In Malibu, Scott meets Miles' seductive and mysterious mistress, who is the spitting image of the woman in his dreams. Her name is Kimberly (played by Adrianne Sachs), and she seduces Scott with her sultry charm. Soon, Scott finds himself in the middle of a twisted love triangle, as Kimberly and Miles both vie for his attention. But as their passion intensifies, so does the danger, as Scott begins to uncover the sinister secrets lurking beneath the surface of this seemingly idyllic mansion.

As the movie progresses, Scott becomes more and more obsessed with Kimberly, despite the fact that he's warned by several people that she's trouble. But Scott is convinced that he can save her from the demons that torment her, even as he slowly falls deeper into her dark and twisted world. The tension builds to a nail-biting conclusion, as the true nature of the relationship between Miles, Kimberly and Scott is revealed, leading to a shocking climax that will leave you breathless.

In the Cold of the Night is a stylish and stylishly shot movie, with a storyline that blends elements of neo-noir, erotic thriller and horror genres, all of which are executed masterfully by director Nico Mastorakis. The movie is filled with striking visuals, including plenty of steamy love scenes, making it a must-watch for fans of the erotic thriller genre.

Jeff Lester puts in a great performance as Scott Bruin, capturing the character's vulnerability, obsession and desire with ease. However, the standout performance in the movie is by Adrianne Sachs, who brings to life the enigmatic and seductive Kimberly with a performance that is both seductive and unnerving, making her an unforgettable villainess.

Marc Singer also delivers a solid performance as the duplicitous Miles, who seems to be more than he appears to be. His interactions with both Scott and Kimberly are fraught with tension, and the actor does a great job of bringing this character to life as someone who can't be trusted.

The movie's ending is sure to leave viewers talking for days, as it subverts expectations and delivers a conclusion that is both shocking and satisfying. Without giving too much away, it's safe to say that the film takes some unexpected twists and turns that are sure to keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

In conclusion, In the Cold of the Night is a must-watch for those who enjoy stylish and suspenseful thrillers that blend elements of erotica, neo-noir and horror. With great performances, stylish visuals and an engaging storyline, it's a movie that is sure to leave a lasting impression on anyone who watches it.

In the Cold of the Night is a 1989 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 52 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.6.

In the Cold of the Night
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    1 hr 52 min
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    4.6  (1,764)