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In Los Angeles, the loneliness and efficient technical writer Kenneth Winslow is challenged to write three long technical manuals in a very short period. His boss Novak assigns the temporary typist Lisa Bellmer to help him in the task. In the office, Kenneth's colleagues show him an expensive rubber sex doll called "Nikki" in Internet, and Kenneth decides to buy it. When Nikki is delivered, the snoopy manager of his building becomes curious with the huge package. Kenneth reads Nikki's manual and uses the image of Lisa to give a sort of "personality" to the doll and he starts practicing kink sex and becomes obsessed with Nikki. Meanwhile, Lisa feels out of place in the office, Kenneth helps her and they get close to each other, having a love affair and the disturbed Kenneth gets rid off the doll. When Lisa finds Nikki's brochure in the volume one of the manual, the world of the twisted Kenneth falls apart and Kenneth becomes completely deranged with tragic consequences.
Some people are just made for each other.
Title: Love Object
Release Date: , 2003
Runtime: 84 mins
All Genres: Comedy, Drama, Horror, Romance, Thriller
Sound: Dolby SR
IMDB Rating: 6.3
Buried.com Rating: 7.3 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With L
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for violence, sexuality and language.
Desmond Harrington ...Kenneth Winslow
Melissa Sagemiller ...Lisa Bellmer
Udo Kier ...Radley
Rip Torn ...Novak
Robert Bagnell ...Martin
Brad William Henke ...Dotson (as Brad Henke)
John Cassini ...Jason
Camille Guaty ...Counter Girl
Michael Pena ...Ramirez
Edie Mirman ...Saleswoman
Lyle Kanouse ...Stan
Ellen Greene ...Typing Supervisor
Opal Anchel ...Doris
John Joseph Burns ...Porn Clerk
Bryan Crump ...Mysterious Delivery Guy
Bruce Wayne Gillies
Edward R. Pressman
Love Object Horror Film Trailer 1
More Movie Taglines:
- Some people are just made for each other.
- Kenneth Winslow: Relationships come and go, but plastination is forever!
- Melissa Sagemiller and Desmond Harrington performed most of their own stunts.
Melissa Sagemiller twisted her ankle while running towards the door during the embalming scene.
During the kidnapping scene, Melissa Sagemiller's fall was real.
The kidnapping scene was the first to be shot.
The film was shot in 18 days.
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Rating: 7.3 out of 10.0 - 64 votes cast total