This made-for-TV flick tries to squeeze a flabby capital-punishment sermon into a stretched-out girdle of suspense. The scenarist would have us believe that a serial slayer could survive an electri-frying date with Old Sparky and reawaken a changed man. Although he's a
confessed thrill-killer, Jeremy Dillon (Randy Quaid) loses all memory of his sadistic past after a botched electrocution in prison. Having cheated death, Dillon now suffers from Excedrin headaches and seems to have acquired clairvoyant powers: He can map the locations of buried corpses and
kidnapping victims for the FBI. Or is Dillon just obtaining inside crime info from other convicts? It's up to p...