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  • Actors: Jack Scalia, Sally Kellerman, Elliott Gould, Casper Van Dien, Jacqueline Collen
  • Directors: Nelson McCormick
  • Writers: Gianni Russo
  • Producers: Gianni Russo, Dan Romero, David Glasser, Kevin D. McBride, Mary Catherine Harold
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Mia
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Jan. 2003
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B000065C2N
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 39,977 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Stacey (Denise Richards) and Randy (Casper Van Dien) are the perfect couple and together with their friends, lead the idyllic life of beach, play and partying. That is until the group attracts a murderous stalker and their lives are never the same...

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Uenna TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 15 April 2010
Format: DVD
I stumbled upon this by chance. I like Jack Scalia so I bought this DVD, however in this movie he plays a baddie but a vulnerable and redeemable one. The title is a misnomer, and the cover advertising is deceptive. For instance Dennis Richards is in the movie for all a few seconds and blink she is gone yet she gets top billing for the cover and blurb. If you can get past the false advertising and your not watching for Dennis Richards then you will enjoy the movie.

A group of six young university students from different cultural, financial and social background live in the same condo complex on the beach in Malibu. The Condo is owned by the restaurant owner Jake, their benefactor. Each having their own story and problems but united they formed a formidable volley ball team for Jake's restaurant and played in a charity tournament against the unbeaten all-stars team, this was the climax of the movie. Amongst them is a beautiful model Stacey (Jacqueline Collen) who was in hiding from her agent and manager husband Daniel (Jack Scalia). The common thread was centred on Stacey's story but each character had their own story. All the parallel stories somehow come together in the end. Stacey's story had an obsessed and crazy husband who was stalking her, with creepy phone calls and breaks into her apartment, he kidnapped the child she was baby-sitting believing it was their baby. Daniel is a very powerful man and one not to cross, what now when Stacey rejects him to his face and will not give their marriage another chance, will he kill her or himself? The stories felt unfinished; there was not enough background and depth to the characters and their story. It felt like a pilot, an introduction to a series with more to come.
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49 of 54 people found the following review helpful
Denise and Kill Shot /where Paramount?? 26 April 2001
By A Customer - Published on
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HOT!!!read now ;ALL Denise Richards fans ,don't be suckered like so many have ,i won't give away the real stars in the movie AH BUT!! Denise Richards is not the Target of any madman except greedy bungholes at Paramount trying to make a buck using Denise Richards name. she is in the movie for oh about 75 to 90 seconds!!!!!! the movie has nothing to do with her..In my opinion ;Denise Richards is a very decent human being who has always did right by her fans, i am not sure why or if the cover is real or added.only Denise and Paramount knows the truth.But; bottom line ;Don't buy this movie if your looking for Denise,she is not their for long folks!!you blink, you missed her.. Prez.Crimestoppers Inc.
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
False advertising 28 Oct. 2002
By D. Roberts - Published on
Format: DVD
The premise of this film centers around a restaurant owner who wants to put on together a volleyball team to challenge a championship v-ball team from up the beach. The reason he wants to do this is as a promotional stunt for his business. The catch is, he needs a former-Supermodel friend of his to be on the team so that the game will be televised on cable TV. Without her, no TV, no exposure and no $$$.
The fact that this is the plot is ironic due to the fact that Denise Richards is on the cover of the DVD. She is an extra in the film and takes up maybe 60 seconds worth of footage. She also has maybe 2 lines. The film was made in 1996, before she became relatively well-known. Putting her on the cover is nothing short of false-advertising. But, as in the plot of the film, the makers figured (after Richards became a star) that without her on the cover, the movie would not get any exposure or sales. They're probably right, but that does not excuse the false-advertising.
The movie, for what it is, is kind of a full-length feature of BAYWATCH. That's not altogether bad, considering that it is filled with beautiful women. Can't quite understand why it was rated "R", tho. There are 2 quick nude flashes (NOT of Richards), but I've seen much more than that on PG-13. So those who are looking for "R" rated versions of BAYWATCH will be disappointed.
The plot seems to incorporate more characters than Leo Tolstoy's WAR AND PEACE. This causes the movie to wander & meander a bit, but it's still decent in its character development. The acting is just barely adequate.
In the final analysis, this is a somewhat decent movie that uses mis-leading advertising to sell itself. I wish that I had read the other reviews before buying it. It never crossed my mind that Richards would not play a major role in the flick. Now that you've read this review, you'll know what you're getting should you choose to purchase this DVD.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Dead Movie 19 Aug. 2001
By CJ M - Published on
Format: DVD
This movie boasts Denise Richards on it and also Volleyball, right? WRONG!!! Both of them are not in the movie all that much, especially Denise Richards. She also looks about 21 years old also. It turns out this movie was filmed actually in 1996, must have been shelved for a LONG while. All I can say is don't be suckered by the cover of the DVD unless you want to get be bored for 90 minutes..
Works well for what it is 4 Nov. 2011
By Wuchak - Published on
Format: DVD
"Kill Shot" was originally the 1995 pilot to a potential tv series called "PCH," as in Pacific Coast Highway. It stars Kimberly Goltry, Jacqueline Collen, Casper Van Dien, Denise Richards (in a small role) & many others and is similar in tone to Baywatch, but with less beach antics. The project was unfortunately shelved and didn't surface until its release on dvd in 2001.

Denise was 23-24 years old when this was shot and looks great. Some complain about her small role (limited to the first 15 minutes or so), but she does appear and, besides, there are plenty of other noteworthy women to be found, some more beautiful than Denise. More importantly, the characters are likable and the story keeps your interest.

As far as the "more beautiful" women go, "Kill Shot" is worth picking up just for the stunningly gorgeous Kimberly Goltry. Kimberly plays Becky, a single-mother Southern belle trying to relocate in S. Cal. and eke out a living as a night club singer.

Kimberly wasn't only physically gorgeous, she had a star quality and genuineness not unlike, say, Marilyn Monroe, albeit more intelligent, not to mention better looking. Unfortunately Kimberly turned in the acting towel not long after "PCF" was shelved, but at least we have this gift (the "Kill Shot" dvd) to eternally behold her awesome beauty and talents.

Not only is the cast likable, much of the acting is notable, which is surprising since this is an unrealized series pilot. For instance, Ria Pavia and Mushond Lee have a night scene on the beach that comes off so natural it's like witnessing real life.

Jack Scalia, as the trouble-maker from Stacey's past, also displays some great acting in a harrowing scene at the climax that ends in a surprising and shocking way.

FINAL SAY: Don't listen to the grumps. "Kill Shot" is a worthwhile tv movie detailing the fun times, drama and suspense of life on the Southern Cal coast.

The dvd runs 92 minutes and is inexplicably rated 'R' for brief/tame nudity that's tastefully done. And there's no potty language. It's more like PG or PG-13.
kill shot 12 Aug. 2013
By charles edward cornett - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This suspensful pschyological thriller is a great movie for you to add to your movie collection with a great cast you will enjoy the breath taking mysterious actions and twists that this movie takes through out. This is one of the brst movies thay has been released with these great cast.
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