Year of Release: 1994
Rated: Not Rated
Director: Jack Sholder
Approx. Running Time: 94 minutes
My Rating: 3 stars (Out of 5)
From Back Cover:
A TWISTED SERIAL KILLER.
A BLIND EYEWITNESS.
A TERRIFYING CRIME.
Sketch Artist Jack Whitfield is drawn into the strangest - and deadliest - case of his career in this electrifying psychological suspense-thriller starring Jeff Fahey (The Lawnmower Man) and Courteney Cox (TV's "Friends," Scream).
While struggling to identify a brutal sexual psychopath terrorizing the city's young women, police artist Whitfield (Fahey) is startled to discover his only witness is the beautiful - and blind - survivor of the killer's latest savage attack, Emmy O'Conner (Cox). Skeptical of Emmy's ability at first, Jack is convinced when she describes the man who raped her in uncanny and vivid detail. But as Jack is pulled deeper into the case - and closer to Emmy - her extraordinary sensitivity makes her a tempting target for the demented murderer; a man who is certain to kill again and again, unless Jack can convince a reluctant Emmy to help end the bloody reign of terror.
Co-Starring Jonathon Silverman ("The Single Guy") and featuring cunning direction by Jack Sholder (Nightmare On Elm Street II) Sketch Artist II: Hands That See is a riveting, adrenaline-driven crime thriller and the ultimate in blind terror.
Despite any negative reviews you may read on some sites, I found this made-for-cable movie to be surprisingly good. The premise is interesting and the acting is strong enough. Pity it's not available on DVD.
Not Rated (MPAA)
1994 (Year Of Release)