Not nearly as much exploitation fun as it should have been, this mystery-thriller about an international chess master who solves a series of murders in his spare time is as dippy, dull and dopey as its title.
We're introduced to dashing, lady-killing chess master Paul Sanderson (Christopher Lambert, of GREYSTOKE fame) as he's mowing down the competition at a match in a small Washington state town that's being stalked by a serial murderer. Beautiful blond women are being drained of their blood,
painted up in smeared mascara, and beatifically posed on their beds with cryptic messages scrawled in blood on their headboards. The first victim has slept with Sanderso...