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Midnight Hour Review

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Successful psychologist, Dr. Angela Cross (Paula Barbieri), puts in a new burglar alarm system into her home due to threats she received. Steve Caldwell (Jeff Trachta) and Will Griffith (Andrew Stevens) install her system and after Will gets shot during a burglary attempt. Jeff and Angela have a hot relationship going until another break-in at her house. Angela has some secrets from her past that could be exposed if the tapes stolen are viewed.

★★★★

Internal evidence suggests this was filmed as Night Eyes 4, since producer/guest star Andrew Stevens appears in the role he played in the first three movies. Hero Jeff Trachta works for the formerly eponymous Night Eyes Security Service, and the plot — a hired bodyguard gets into a steamy affair with a rich ice-queen (Paula Barbieri) who’s part of a murder scheme — bears a remarkable similarity to Night Eyes 1 through 3. By the standards of the erotic thriller genre, the sex is tame, and the mystery is a non-starter.

A erotic thriller which is neither erotic nor thrilling.

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