There is no escaping iniquity. In the dark and alarming Jennifer Eight (1992), a haunted big-city cop leaves the cruel metropolis for the slower pace and kinder dispositions of a small-town beat, only to be confronted by an evil that threatens to claim his soul as its own. A serial killer is on the loose, and only the relocated detective among all the locals is willing to acknowledge that danger is imminent. Isolated by his suspicions, alone in the tight-knit community, the newcomer pursues his investigation and determines that a blind and beautiful maiden is the next intended victim. Can he save the sightless wonder? Can he deny he has fallen in love with her? Can he hope that he has not brought this pattern of violence and destruction upon himself?