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Patrick D. Rockwell <email@example.com>
"The Killer Eye", yet another pathetic, amateurish time-waster produced by Full Moon Pictures, easily lands at the bottle of their overflowing barrel of BAD MOVIES. The best way to describe it is "hopeless". Running a scant 67 minutes, it is still padded by at least a half hour.
The "plot" has something to do with experiments in the 8th dimension, which result in a teenager's eyeball expanding into the 5' tall title creature. The oversize Orb spends the rest of the movie's running time scurrying along the heat ducts of an apartment building, searching for energy and a little sex on the side.
Only redeeming feature is the title sequence, which is rather inventive and alluring. Too bad the rest of the movie is junk!
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