High Heel Homicide

Synopsis: As a string of brutal murders plague the city, two undercover detectives race to solve the mystery and unmask the killer. Their only clues: each victim is a former cop and each has a blood-red letter painted on their body. How many will have to die before the killer spells out their message in blood?
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): Dean McKendrick
Production: Retromedia Entertainment
 
IMDB:
3.7
TV-MA
Year:
2017
81 min
313 Views

(MUSIC PLAYING)

Hit it!

Yeah!

Do it like that!

Say, "Ho!"

Yeah!

Do it like that!

Yeah!

Hey, hey, hey

- He, hey, hey

- Yeah!

Hey, hey, hey

- Oh oh oh oh

- Yeah!

Hey, hey, hey

- He, hey, hey

- Yeah!

He, hey, hey

(RECORD SCRATCHING)

(MUSIC PLAYING)

Scotch and soda.

(MUSIC PLAYING)

Hit it!

Yeah!

Do it like that!

Say, "Ho!"

Yeah!

Do it like that!

(MUSIC PLAYING)

Yeah!

Hey, hey, hey

- Hey, hey, hey

- Yeah!

Hey, hey, hey

- Oh oh oh oh

- Yeah!

Hey, hey, hey

- Hey, hey, hey

- Yeah!

Hey, hey, hey

(RECORD SCRATCHING)

(MUSIC PLAYING)

Yeah!

Do it like that!

(MUSIC PLAYING)

Say, "Ho!"

Yeah!

Do it like that!

(RECORD SCRATCHING)

Doo doo doo

Doo doo doo

Doo ooo ooo

Temptation

Doo ooo ooo

Doo doo doo

Doo ooo ooo

I need you,

I need you

Doo ooo ooo

Doo doo doo

Doo ooo ooo

Temptation

Doo ooo ooo

Doo doo doo

Doo ooo ooo

I'll have a Vodka Gimlet.

Hello.

Hi.

I'm Rachel.

Tom.

Should I ask

if you come here often?

Or is that too clich?

Could offer to buy you a drink,

or I could ask

what a nice girl like you

is doing in a place like this?

But I guess

that's not much better.

(LAUGHS)

You could always ask my sign.

I could,

but that could come off

really desperate,

wouldn't it?

Well, to answer your questions,

this would be

my first time here.

I would love for you

to buy my drink,

and I'm just looking

for a good time.

You still haven't

told me your sign.

I'm a Taurus.

- Oh, stubborn.

- Hah.

I just know what I want,

and...

I'm not afraid

to go out and get it.

Would you like

to get out of here?

I thought you'd never ask.

(MUSIC PLAYING)

(BONES SNAPPING)

(SIGHS)

(PHONE RINGING)

Homicide.

Yep.

- Maggie?

- Yeah, boss?

Let's go.

They got a body down

at the Fairview Motel.

C.S.U. just confirmed

they're all done in here.

They'll collect the body

when we're finished.

Sam, what's wrong?

- I know this guy.

- What?

- Who is he?

- My ex-partner.

- He's a cop?

- Was.

He got kicked off the force

about five years ago

for being involved

with drug dealers.

He was stealing coke from

the evidence locker.

You think this was a

drug deal gone bad?

A guy naked in bed in

this dump of a hotel?

Does this look like any retaliation

that you've ever seen?

Besides, I heard he cleaned up.

Now that red letter A.

It's a message to someone.

Scarlet letter maybe?

Red A for adulterer?

It's possible.

See if Tom was married.

Maybe he's cheating and

his wife got pissed.

If his wife killed him,

what would he be doing here

- in this rattrap naked?

- I don't know.

There's a lot of things about

this that don't make any sense.

Hey, sis.

I got one of them.

You should've seen him.

He was pathetic.

Hello, Frank.

Hi, I'm Rachel.

I'm just looking for

a good time.

(LAUGHS)

(MUSIC PLAYING)

Frank?

Sam.

Hey, I'm completely clean, man,

I haven't touched the stuff

in over two years.

Now can't a guy come down

and see an old friend

without being accused

of an ulterior motive?

Sure, Sam.

Man, how you been?

I'm good, Frank.

You know, I'm

surprised to see you

in the neighborhood after...

well, after everything

that happened.

It's what I came

to talk to you about.

Have you seen Tom lately?

No, not in quite awhile.

- He's dead.

- Dead?

- How?

- Murdered last night,

and I thought

you might know who did it.

Look, Sam, I...

Don't bullshit me, Frank.

I know you were mulling

drugs for Tom,

even if they could never get

enough evidence against you.

That was a long time ago,

Sam, all right,

and I'm not involved

in any of that anymore,

- and...

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