The Killing Time
Directed by Rick King
The Killing Time
Joe Don Baker
Kiefer Sutherland (TV’s 24, The Lost Boys) stars as a disturbed young killer who steals the identity of his latest victim to become deputy of a coastal town. But when the soon-to-be-promoted sheriff (Beau Bridges, Heart Like a Wheel, The Landlord) and his mistress (Camelia Kath, Terror on Tour) plot to kill her wealthy husband (Wayne Rogers, TV’s M*A*S*H, The Hot Touch) and frame the new deputy, their perfect crime takes some very unexpected turns. In a place where everybody has something to hide, are two lovers with a taste for homicide any match for a lone psychopath with a passion for vengeance? Joe Don Baker (Walking Tall, Joysticks) and Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs, Species) co-star in this gripping neo-noir thriller that pulses with sex, suspense and a murderous new twist directed by Rick King (Prayer of the Rollerboys, Point Break).
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