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MOH: Jenifer- Review By: Roger Moore


MOH: Jenifer- Review By: Roger Moore

Directed By: Dario Argento

Written By: Steven Webber (Teleplay) & Bruce Jones (Short Story)
Score: Technical: 80, Acting: 80, Story: 70, Overall: 77%
Detective Frank Spivey makes a new friend in a young disfigured woman named Jenifer, saving her from being slaughtered by a strange crazy old man. Taking her to his home she soon becomes obsessed with Spivey, as his wife leaves him with their child Spivey retreats to a small mountain community where he and Jenifer spend some very strange quality time with one another. How far is Jenifer willing to take her obsession and how much will Spivey become involved with the young disfigured woman.

Definitely not Argento’s greatest achievement it only receives Two Skipped Beats on the Roger Moore scale. Although I do not look at this as his greatest work he does belong on the list of masters. The only complaint about this film is that I personally found the ending predictable but still very enjoyable, I am happy to have it in my collection. As always be afraid, be very afraid.

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