Color of Night

In the heat of desire, love can turn to deception. Nothing is what it seems when day turns into night.

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Podcast Release Date:
Jul 03, 2020

50 Shades of Raspberry

Bruce Willis briefly left the action theatrics of John McClane behind to play doctor with femme fatale Jane March in the erotic thriller Color of Night.  But will the macho star die hard for spending too much time dropping trou at the swimming pool while his patients drop dead at the hands of a seductive killer?  And did this notorious blue movie leave the creators red-faced after it was declared the Worst Film of 1994?  Stuart, Jakob, and Arnie are ready to provide the necessary counseling to anyone who becomes a Now Playing Patron this July.

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Movie Details

Individual Movie Reviews
Patron Exclusives
Richard Rush
2 h 01 min
Release Date
19 August 1994
Romance, Thriller, Drama
When New York psychiatrist Bill Capa visits Los Angeles to take over his murdered colleague's therapy group, he finds himself embroiled in the thick of a mystery when he bumps into Rose and begins a torrid affair.

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