The film from this point on meanders a bit with our heroes, villains and ancillary characters just doing stuff. Kurt goes in disguise to the sister's funeral, but nearly gets nabbed by the lead detective within about a minute. You're about as much of a master of disguise as Dana Carvey was! Since his wig and glasses did not work, our villain decides to do a bunch of crap without a disguise on. We see him in his daily life as Brad Mayfield where he goes home with an office worker (leaving an obvious trail to himself) and kills her the next day. Of course, this is after they have sex (off-screen) and he does a little monologue in front of some stage lighting. He pretends to be some other guy while dressed as...himself *sigh* and meets up with the stripper sister. Things go well and she fails to notice that he uses the same, odd pick-up line here that he did before. What's the point of repeated dialogue like that if only I get it? I'm not in the movie! Around this time, we get a bunch of drama with the lead detective, including some marital strife and an off-screen affair with the stripper. Wait, we haven't had the killer taunt the detective yet? Ah, there we go.
Yeah, this movie is pretty bad. It looks and feels very low-budget and doesn't really offer all that much bang for your buck. In a lot of ways, it's an updated version of Don't Answer the Phone, in that it follows the killer as he commits his crimes and you know the whole time. Of course, that movie's not all that good, so you could have aimed higher, guys. As far as the acting goes, Jenna gets one or two good scenes of emoting, but they come off as 'soap opera' more than 'good acting.' The cop is pretty listless and offers about as much to the role as Asia Argento did in The Stendhaal Syndrome. Angle, to his credit, is pretty good. Mind you, I mean that he plays an intense killer with a sadistic streak well. In fairness, anyone who knows anything about Angle knows that he is pretty damn intense in real life. This is the man who complained about being pulled from a televised match because he had tore his groin muscle the day before! One fun and awkward note for you: Jenna was working for TNA too, but got fired/left before this film came out. Do yourself a favor and stick to real crime dramas. This is only worth it for Angle and that's not enough.