Thursday, April 28, 2016

X is for: Xposure

Xposure (2001)

Director: David Blyth
Writer: Ian Coughlan
Producer: Grant Bradley, Richard Stewart
Stars: Ron Silver, Alexandra Paul. Susan Pari, Paul Gittins, Tim Balme
I know...  It doesn't really start with X.  But early on the title was Xposure (at least, I believe so and I'm sticking to my story). Who knows when the grammar police took over and decided it had to be spelled the accurate way?

In this straight-to-video thriller, Ron Silver plays a former war correspondent and photo journalist. He’s jaded and disillusioned with the world and consigned to taking semi-nude photos for a men’s magazine. When one of his models is murdered, he’s the chief suspect. But a serial killer is on the loose. As he investigates who might have murdered the model, he becomes prey as well as suspect.

It’s gorgeously filmed by DOP Waka Attewell, but there is definitely a reason this one never hit a theatre near you.


  1. I love Ron Silver. So sad he died too soon. I do love a good catch a serial killer kind of flick. And yeah, X was a tricky letter

  2. X is a challenge! You found a good solution.

  3. That's a good enough reason to use it as X as any. It sounds mildly interesting at least.

  4. Now you're making me want to look up all these movies.

  5. Hahahahahahaa... "... definitely a reason this one never hit a theatre near you" — this made me laugh out loud :D Too bad, though. The story sounds good. Not very original, true, but good nonetheless. And absolutely no points off for using alternative spelling here... It would've been way, way worse to use Xanadu :D
    Guilie @ Life In Dogs