Good Neighbor

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Good Neighbor
Good Neighbor Next Door (MIFED title)
Directed by Todd Turner
Produced by Todd Turner,
Mary Grace Higgs
Written by T.S. O'Kelly,
Mary Grace Higgs
Starring

Billy Dee Williams,

Danica McKellar,
Tobin Bell
Music by Don Grady
Cinematography Michael C. Stailey
Distributed by Creative Light Worldwide
Release date
2001
Running time
86 minutes
Language English

Good Neighbor, also called The Killer Next Door (MIFED Title), is a 2001 thriller with Billy Dee Williams, Danica McKellar, Tobin Bell.

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A young woman discovers the fine line between paranoia and having your worst fears become real in this tale of terror. Molly Wright is a typical college student sharing a house off-campus with her friends. Between her criminology classes, trying to keep up with her homework, and working as a volunteer with a local church group, Molly is wearing herself to a frazzle, so many of her friends think her imagination is working overtime when she begins to wonder aloud if Geoffrey Martin, the eccentric artist who has moved into the house next door, might be a serial killer. Molly's friends have a hard time believing her, but Paul Davidson, a police detective, thinks something funny is going on in the neighborhood after a number of missing persons cases are reported. But can Paul build a case against the killer before Molly becomes his next victim?

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