- 1 hr 39 min
"Suspect Zero" is a 99 minute thriller film released in 2004, and begins in a diner with Harold, a traveling salesman. A stranger joins Harold at his table, to the man's visible distress. The film then cuts to Harold's dead body outside of the diner, opening a case that attracts the attention of FBI Agents Mackelway and Kulok; both of whom have some sort of history. As the inquiry grows, the two agents are enlightened to the possible involvement of one "Suspect Zero," a superior serial killer with a triple digit body count and a reputation for never leaving any evidence of his criminality. This revelation is compounded by Mackelway being sent information that directs him to Benjamin O'Ryan; the potential key to catching Suspect Zero. It turns out that O'Ryan was exposed to a secret government program that resulted in psychic abilities that he cannot shut off. Eventually, a clue to Suspect Zero's identity is made known to O'Ryan and Mackelway, who, along with agent Kulok, convene in front of Suspect Zero's ranch. While the investigators manage to reveal Suspect Zero and bring an end to his killing spree, a call for blood may still need to be made.