Alone With A Stranger (2002) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
William R. Moses’ career started on the soap opera FALCON CREST and he’s usually playing the nice guy roles. This time around he gets to play both the nice guy and the villain in this derivative, but fairly engaging, little independent thriller. Moses plays James Kensington, an upscale business owner, with the perfect wife and son. Little does he know he has a twin brother who is quite the opposite and has hatched a scam with brother’s secretary (a lovely if somewhat overwrought Nia Peeples) to abscond with his fortune and his wife. Moses the bad has little hesitancy in bumping off anyone who stands in his way. The inevitable climax involving the wife’s decision on which twin is her husband is handled nicely, and a happy ending is predictably guaranteed.
The performances are decent, with brief appearances from Priscilla Barnes and Mindy Cohn. Scotty Cox is a cute little David, who finds out daddy (not his real one, though) likes to use garbage disposals as a blackmail device.
You could do a lot worse…and better. It’s your choice.
About Alone With A Stranger (2002)
Starring: Priscilla Barnes, Fredrik Cavali, Mindy Cohn, Scotty Cox, Ellen Dubin
Runtime: 90 minutes