Synopsis by Karl Williams
Security expert Will Griffith (Andrew Stevens) returns in this second erotic thriller sequel, a somewhat kinder and gentler variation on its two predecessors. Joined for the summer by his ten-year-old daughter Natalie (Allison Mack), the divorced Will is struggling financially, his business under fire by an unscrupulous competitor, Thomas Cassidy (Dan McVicar). Hired by the producers of a hit television series to protect star Zoe Clairmont (Shannon Tweed) from a jealous ex-lover, Dan (Todd Curtis), Will makes his usual arrangements, rigging Zoe's home with alarms and cameras. Temporarily living with his new client, Will and the sexy actress get to know each other and begin falling in love. Through the scheming of Zoe's professional rival Dana Gray (Tracy Tweed), Cassidy obtains a videotape that depicts Zoe and Will's lovemaking, and releases it to the media, causing a public furor that results in Zoe being fired from her show. When the scandal fails to destroy Will's credibility, Cassidy takes more drastic measures, kidnapping Natalie and holding her hostage. Night Eyes 3 was the first film in the long-running series that was not only written but directed by Stevens.
fanatic, activism, bodyguard, boss [employer], client, investigation, jealousy, kidnapping, murder, peeping-tom, police, security-guard, sex, stalking, surveillance