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The Rosary Murders

The movie The Rosary Murders was based on the book The Rosary Murders.

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Movie details for The Rosary Murders

The movie was released in 1987 and directed by Fred Walton. The Rosary Murders was produced by Sony. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

 

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Australia released, PAL/Region 2&4 DVD: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada. LANGUAGES: German (Mono), Italian (Mono), Spanish (Mono), English (Dolby Surround), Dutch (Subtitles), ... Read More
Australia released, PAL/Region 2&4 DVD: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada. LANGUAGES: German (Mono), Italian (Mono), Spanish (Mono), English (Dolby Surround), Dutch (Subtitles), English (Subtitles), German (Subtitles), Greek (Subtitles), Italian (Subtitles), Norwegian (Subtitles), Spanish (Subtitles), ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN (1.85:1), SYNOPSIS: Life in the Catholic Church of the Holy Redentor in Detroit is upset by a series of killings whose victims are all priests and nuns. All victims are found with a black rosary in their hands. Father Koesler begins collaborating with the police but soon finds himself in a spot when the killer decides to choose him as confessor. SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu,

Book details for The Rosary Murders

The Rosary Murders was written by William Kienzle. The book was published in 1979 by Fawcett. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

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Priests and nuns are his targets. A plain black rosary entwined between the fingers of each victim is his calling card. The police don't have a clue, but Father Koesler sees a pattern -- a consuming religious obsession that can drive one man to serial mur... Read More
Priests and nuns are his targets. A plain black rosary entwined between the fingers of each victim is his calling card. The police don't have a clue, but Father Koesler sees a pattern -- a consuming religious obsession that can drive one man to serial murder. And to an unexpected and terrifying encounter inside the Father's own confessional.