The low-budget thrillers that appear on video without theatrical release seem to operate on the same principle as that high frequency reserved for dogs you either get what they're communicating or you don't. Intellectual capacity is no particular help.
Overexposed is B-movie business as usual. Dynasty's Catherine Oxenberg plays a soap opera starlet whose costars keep turning up in closets with their faces sliced off. There are many things to ponder on the way to the unintentionally riotous conclusion: Is Oxenberg the killer, or is it the handsome neighbor (William Bumiller) who may be a deranged fan? Is there any part that Karen Black (here playing a bag lady) will not accept? And isn't there something better on, say, the Weather Channel? D