A Killing Spring
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A Killing Spring
Originally telecast over Canada's CTV network on January 29, 2002, A Killing Spring was a one-shot attempt to revive the popular Joanne Kilbourn Mysteries series (aka Criminal Instincts), starring Wendy Crewson as the ex-police-detective-turned-university-lecturer created by Gail Bowen. Missing from this feature-length whodunit is Joanne Kilbourn's longtime co-star Victor Garber, though Shane Doyle fills in admirably as the "official" representative of the law. In this one, Joanne Kilbourn returns to Lanholm College, where she had once been a professor, when the Dean of… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"A Killing Spring is no worse than the...melodra-mysteries that Lifetime passes off every day as presentable female pastimes in easy to forget two-hour segments."
‑ Bill Gibron, DVDTalk.com
"...it's impossible not to get a kick out of watching former Home Improvement kid Zachary Ty Bryan acting like a punk."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
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