Kiss the Girls Goodbye (1997) Movie Review

Kiss the Girls Goodbye (1997)

1997 Horror

User Score: 57/100


Overbearing mom causes Carl's sociopathic behavior.

DON’T TALK TO STRANGERS! Carl Ray Hicks (Frankie Ray), a piano teacher with psychopathic tendencies due to his overbearing mother, picks up and kidnaps Dawn (Stephanie Shaub) while she’s hitchhiking a ride home to her mother. Keeping her stashed in a secret area of his house, he begins subjecting her to various torture rituals to satisfy his violent desires. Bound to each other in a love/hate relationship, when Dawn finally escapes she finds herself undeniably drawn to return for the fulfillment only Carl could provide for her.

About Kiss the Girls Goodbye (1997)

Title: Kiss the Girls Goodbye
Year: 1997
Starring: Frankie Ray, Matt Fallon, David Crow, Ricky Corredera, Arthur Yreche, Stephanie Shaub, Ann O'Leary, Zena Dell Schroeder, Steven Friedlander, Joan Neubauer, Roberta West, Bill Bleiweiss, Robert Ryder, Delia Kenney, Silvana Tei Kenney
Director: Lee Karaim
Score: 2 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2.85/5 stars from 7 users. Votes: 7.
Genre: Horror

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