This film is very amateurish and tries to be an erotic thriller, but never gets there because the characters are flat and the dialogue is wretchedly mundane and doesn't cut to the heart. A big problem with this film is that it is so obviously in love with women as objects and not as characters, this is one main problem, lots of naked women and killing with no set-up. The main woman who the lead character cares for is only seen and we never actually hear her speak until the very end, this is very sloppy writing and execution. This film has no momentum because of this bad dialogue, action without meaning, and misuse of female actors for prurient means. The one thing in this film that is interesting is the video game ogglers that the main character gets after he loses his sight. Interesting how the setup for the eyes looks exactly like the walkman that he wore before he went blind, oh well. This film shouldn't have been made, that's all. It's a good study of things not to do in film and a measuring stick of whether your story pans out. As for the DVD release, it's very good. It was release by the director's own personal label through Image and so the picture is as good as it can get and has numerous special features introducing you to the director's work which is just as bad, if not worse that "Blind Date." I think the worst thing about Mastorakis' career is that he had talented people at his disposal on the acting end, but he just couldn't make a good film if his life depended on it. He should have had someone else write his ideas.