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Blackwater Trail

Blackwater Trail ★★ 1995 (R)

Novelist Matt Curran (Nelson) travels from L.A. to Michelton, Australia, to attend the funeral of his best friend Andy, a cop who supposedly committed suicide. But Andy's sister (and Matt's former lover) Cathy (Smart) thinks he was murdered because of a case involving a serial killer. Matt decides to snoop around and finds out the killer likes to leave behind body parts and biblical quotations. Contrived plotting but some good performances and some spectacular scenery. 100m/C VHS . AU Judd Nelson, Dee Smart, Peter Phelps, Mark Lee, Brett Climo; D: Ian Barry; W: Andrew Russell; C: John Stokes; M: Stephen Rae.

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