After a double child homicide is blamed on a solitary orphaned loner, A seasoned Fed believes the police have the wrong man. After the ‘convicted’ suspect is executed. A murder of a store clerk and then a child kidnapping occurs which mirrors the child homicide. Despite The fed’s claims, no one believes him, other than his child-genius son who sets out on his own investigation to help his father expose and stop the true double child murderer. —IMDb
Writer/director/producer James Glickenhaus was born on July 24, 1950 in New York City. He grew up in affluent New Rochelle. James first fell in love with movies at age eight. Glickenhaus attended Fieldston School in Riverdale, New York, the University of California, Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, and Sarah Lawrence College in New York. James began his film career making educational and industrial pictures. He made his theatrical feature debut in the mid 70’s with the obscure horror entry “Suicide Cult.” Glickenhaus achieved his biggest commercial success with the brutal and controversial urban vigilante opus “The Exterminator.” James subsequently directed the violent action item “The Soldier,” the fun Jackie Chan vehicle “The Protector,” the exciting “Shakedown,” the so-so “McBain,” the creepy thriller “Slaughter of the Innocents,” and the enjoyable sci-fi romp “Timemaster.” Glickenhaus served as the chairman for the film company SGE Entertainment from 1987 to 1995; this company… read more
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