They're Playing with Fire
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They're Playing with Fire
In this deplorable Howard Avedis film masquerading as a horror flic, Dianne Stevens (Sybil Danning) is an English professor who seduces one of her students (Eric Brown) and then brings him into a plot hatched by herself and her husband (Andrew Prine) to get their hands on a few million that now belong to the husband's mother and grandmother. Before the first peg is in place, a masked nutcase starts killing off the cast of characters, perhaps with the thought of putting this vapid movie out of its misery and going home early. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"A thriller in name only that's awkward on every conceivable level (writing, direction, acting, scoring, you name it). Danning's bare assets are the only assets of this low-budget stinkathon."
‑ Chuck O'Leary,
More reviews for They're Playing with Fire on Rotten Tomatoes