Unfortunately, this "Dark Man" of childhood secrets has called too many times already, and this thoroughly routine nail-biter should have been titled "When the Deja-Vu Man Calls." This is standard fare, featuring a familiar star running a gamut of fearful expressions while the director
exhibits enough flair to distract viewers from realizing this warm beer has lost its foam.
As radio talk show psychologist Julie Kaiser (Joan Van Ark) faces impending divorce from husband Max (Barry Flatman), her plans for a new life come apart. Constantly plagued by childhood flashbacks to the discovery of her parents' slain bodies, Julie is knocked for a loop by the news that th...