Danger in Blue 2 Special Edition


See the complete Danger In Blue 2 containing footage from Update #5 as well as footage was never shown before!

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Tina Krause stars as policewoman Jenny Pierce, hot on the trail of a masked killer. But unknown to her, his next target is Jenny herself!
What connection does she have with the first two victims (Dawn Murphy & Deana)?
What secret do they all share?
Will Jenny and her friends, Joanne (Pamela Sutch) and Heather (Debbie D), died at the hands of this sadistic killer? And what does the accidental death of a young woman (Barbara Joyce) have to do with all this?
Find out in Danger In Blue Part 2.
(110 min.)


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