Directed by James B. Harris
Lesley Ann Warren
Raymond J. Barry
A killer on the loose! A cop on the edge! James Woods (The Onion Field) stars as a brilliant maverick police detective in this exciting, violent thriller with a hint of film noir. Police detective Lloyd Hopkins (Woods) doesn't like to be told what to do, or what not to do. Stripped of his badge and gun, he pursues a killer no one thinks exists. By uncovering a secret hidden in a high-school yearbook, he will piece together seemingly unrelated clues to expose crimes dating back two decades. Based on the James Ellroy (L.A. Confidential) Best Seller, Blood on the Moon with a screenplay by producer and director James B. Harris (Fast-Walking). The strong supporting cast includes Lesley Ann Warren (Life Stinks), Charles Durning (The Rosary Murders), Charles Haid (TV's Hill Street Blues) and Raymond J. Barry (Year of the Dragon).
DVD Extras Include:
Audio Commentary by Director James B. Harris
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