Die Watching

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Die Watching
Directed by Charles Davis
Produced by Nanda Rao
Written by Kenneth J. Hall
Starring Christopher Atkins
Tim Thomerson
Carlos Palomino
Vali Ashton
Music by David Scott Cohen
Scott Roewe
Cinematography Howard Wexler
Edited by Clayton Halsey
Distributed by New World Pictures
Release date
  • August 25, 1993 (1993-08-25)
Running time
88 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Die Watching is a 1993 American direct-to-video erotic thriller film starring former teen idol Christopher Atkins as a psychotic pornographic film director named Michael Terrence, who moonlights as a voyeuristic murderer. The story borrows heavily from Michael Powell's 1960 British film Peeping Tom. It was originally released on VHS in the United States on August 25, 1993 and on DVD by Image Entertainment in 1999.[1]

Synopsis[edit]

Scarred by repressed memories of his late mother, Michael overcomes his inner pain through the merciless slaughter of various women. His killing spree is characterised by a very peculiar modus operandi: he films each murder with his camera and forces each victim into watching it as they die (hence the title). However, his dark side is penetrated via the romantic attentions of pretty neighbour Nola Carlisle (Vali Ashton), who seems intent on learning all she can about her handsome new friend...

Cast[edit]

  • Christopher Atkins - Michael Terrence
  • Vali Ashton - Nola Carlisle
  • Mike Jacobs Jr. - Adam Parker
  • Tim Thomerson - Detective Lewis
  • Carlos Palomino - Detective Barry
  • Erika Nann - Gabrielle
  • Sally Champlin - Julienne
  • Michael E. Bauer - Jake
  • Ewing Miles Brown - Lucky, studio director
  • Melanie Good - Sheila Walsh
  • Avalon Anders - Marie
  • Allen Fawcett - Michael's father
  • Ashley F. Brooks - Michael's mother
  • Matthew J. Boyle - Young Michael
  • Tammy Elaine - Girl 1

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