A guy called Eric owns a huge house and some greedy people want to build a mall over it. So they get someone to burn down his house. Eric is badly burned but not dead, and a year later the ...
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A guy called Eric owns a huge house and some greedy people want to build a mall over it. So they get someone to burn down his house. Eric is badly burned but not dead, and a year later the mall opens. What they don't realize is that Eric is living underneath the mall and he's very angry!Written by
The mall in this movie was actually based on a real mall, the Kirkgate Shopping Mall in Bradford, England. Owing to a dispute with security officers, the Kirkgate Mall refused to be acknowledge in the end credits See more »
Young woman still upset over the mysterious death of her boyfriend takes a job at a brand new mall. However, it appears a secret admirer is watching over her and making sure nothing bad happens to her. Is it her supposedly dead boyfriend. Good premise given cheap, cliched treatment. Poor special effects to boot! Morgan Fairchild tries to inject some class into this, but even she can't save this mess.
Rated R; Sexual Situations, Nudity, Violence, and Profanity.
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