Deviant Ways - Richard Montanari Reviews
Description:ISBN 0451189116 / Author: Richard Montanari / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Publisher: Signet Books / A novel about a serial killer who stalks his victims in the singles bars of Cleveland, and about the cop who sets out to stop him, only to find himself caught in a web of horror ... more
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by - written on 28/04/08 (Very useful, 82 readings)
'Basic Instinct' has got a lot to answer for. In 1992 it brought to cinema an ultra sleek sexy film that made an instant star of Sharon Stone and highlighted Michael Douglas as the skirt botherer he is. Watch the film now and you will see some of the most dated cinema around, not only has fashion moved on from this era, but also tastes and attitudes. Despite its naffness there is still something to be said for the film with its cheesy blue goodness. However, this can not be said about the numerous other films that tried to jump on the erotic thriller band wagon. Most of them were about as sexy and thrilling as a dinner with Alan Shearer as the guest speaker. These Read the complete review
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