this thriller, city slickers chuck their careers, pull up
stakes and take up residence at a peaceful lakeside
community to escape the urban rat race. Unfortunately, they soon
discover that things are not as peaceful as they seem when the
husband finds a mutilated corpse floating in the lake.
Bryce. Barry plays a vicious serial killer who keeps the
mummified corpse of his wife in a coffin down in the basement,
along with the bodies of his other victims. No one suspects him
as the killer because he gives people the impression of being a
very affable man. Later, he forces his teenage son to help him
kill the new neighbors at the house by the lake.
Malcolm Bryce: "That guy was crazy...chasing people
with tomahawks. But he was nice in the beginning. I think his
wife drove him mad."
asked if I've ever played myself in movies. I think we actors
always play ourselves, I mean, variations of ourselves. There's
part of me in every character I've played, even if it was a
psycho guy who chased people with tomahawks."