D.C. Sniper

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For the American serial killer, see John Allen Muhammad.
D.C. Sniper
Ulli Lommel D.C..jpg
Official DVD cover
Directed by Ulli Lommel
Produced by Nola Roeper
Ulli Lommel
Written by Ulli Lommel
Starring Ken Foree
Christopher Kriesa
Maria Ochoa
Music by Robert J. Walsh
Cinematography Bianco Pacelli
Edited by Christian Behm
Production
  company
Hollywood Action House
Hollywood House of Horror
Distributed by Barnholtz Entertainment Inc.
North American Motion Pictures
Release date(s)
  • March 16, 2010 (2010-03-16)
Running time 92 minutes
Country United States
Language English

D.C. Sniper is a 2010 American direct-to-video drama-thriller film directed by Ulli Lommel and written by Lommel and Ken Foree.[1] It stars Ken Foree, Christopher Kriesa and Maria Ochoa.[2]

Plot[edit]

The film tells over the Beltway sniper attacks the crimes of John Allen Muhammad and Lee Malvo.[3]

A mysterious sniper shocks the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and kills ordinary people, one after the other in the night.[4]

Cast[edit]

  • Lyn Beausoleil as Victim #10
  • Bob Beetly as Victim #9
  • Christian Behm as Victim #2
  • Ken Foree as John Allen Muhammad
  • Breana Kennedy as Victim #1
  • Christopher Kriesa as Agent James Rogan
  • Howard M. Lockie as Darren Gottleab
  • Ulli Lommel as Det. Miles Callahan
  • Krista McRoberts as Victim #4
  • Maria Ochoa as Victim #8
  • Alex Ortega as Victim #7
  • Nola Roeper as Michelle Lansing
  • Jed Rowen as Mike
  • Katie Sordahl as Judy Kellerman
  • Scott Struna as Victim #3
  • Tory N. Thompson as Lee Malvo
  • Oscar Vega as Victim #5
  • Tamara Whatley as Kelly McGraw
  • Elliot Wright as Victim #6

Reception[edit]

The film was released as direct-to-video project on 16 March 2010,[5] to overwhelmingly negative reviews.[6]

References[edit]

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