The Lost Angel

Synopsis:
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): Dimitri Logothetis
Production: MTI Home Video
 
IMDB:
3.6
R
Year:
2005
12 Views

Freeze!

Now!

Do you hear me, freak?

You burn that towel and

you'd wish you were dead!

Drop the freaking match!

They may try and separate us, get different versions.

I'm saying he had a gun.

- It's fine by me.

- I got a cold one we can use.

I'll do a few dots.

I could tell the truth.

No, no, no, no.

- The gun's better.

- Yeah, yeah.

Shit!

- Well, how do you think I feel?

- What do you mean?

I'm the one that said

"Drop the match."

There'll be an

investigation.

F*ck!

Look... I think everybody's gonna be

so happy we got him,

- there won't be a problem.

- People have short memories.

I remember I bought

the beer last time.

I'm gonna need

more than beer.

- Come on, let's go get something to eat.

- Come on.

[Billie speaking indistinctly]

...in his puke the whole time.

- Stop, stop.

- That, that's not a double.

Alright, just...

well... just bring me a double double.

Uh, uh, uh, uh.

Thank you.

- That's your third.

- Yeah, I wanna sleep tonight.

I'll sleep like I'm dead.

So what was all that graffiti

at the murder scene?

What do you give a shit for, Banks?

We got the guy.

You're sure you got

the right guy?

- Ugh, come on, Banks.

- I don't mean to be an asshole.

Sure you do.

The graffiti was red spray paint, the guy had

3 cans of this shit in his basement.

I just wanted to stand up.

It sounds very circumstantial.

The guy was stalking

Pam Morrison for 2 weeks.

- So she took a restraining order out on him.

- Banks, what do you want? A snuff movie?

I want it to stand up.

We brought Wall on that Fishburn murder

over a year ago.

- Which you know he did.

- I know he walked.

Banks, he killed at least how many?

Two? Two people now?

- Yeah, that we know about.

- But Pam Morrison was different.

He wanted us to find her.

Think about it.

He made that display

with the graffiti.

Those other 2 kills,

they weren't like that.

He dropped them

in the river.

- And he got away with it.

- Hey, I love to see the prick fry.

That's it for me.

Hello?

Father Kevin?

[Whimpering] No.

Inspector Palmer.

- This one looks real familiar.

- Yeah?

We got the wrong guy.

You all go to St. Rita's Church?

- It happened 4 hours ago.

- Here?

I don't think so. There doesn't seem to be

any sign of a struggle.

The perv has real artistic control

over this display.

So, who calls it in?

Drive-by security guy.

He's being interviewed downstairs.

Saw a light in the warehouse.

Called it in.

So, he kills her someplace else and

brings her back here, and

sets all this up?

Umm-hmm. All within the last 4 hours

judging by the time of death.

And you are sure that

these are the same?

Exactly the same as the

Pam Morrison kill.

The same warehouse display.

Same everything.

You gotta care about

that shit now.

The last 4 hours.

While your guy Brian Wall was in the hospital

with a shot-up leg.

He could still be involved.

You don't get a better alibi

by being in a hospital

because you were shot by a cop.

Sir, if they're letting Wall out...

And he'll be complaining about

what you did to him.

No weapons charge?

Billie, they know it's one of

your cold guns.

- Same death?

- Umm-hmm.

Drugs, torture,

beaten to death.

But, not raped.

Right, just like Pam Morrison.

Nothing sexual.

Look at this altar, I mean,

this isn't sexual, this is religious.

More like sacrilegious.

And, uh, ballistics?

No, no fingerprints. No nothing.

Almost a professional RTK homicide.

It's not sexual.

But they're both women.

Is there anything that they have in common,

I mean, did they know each other?

Don't know yet. But they both

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