Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Though we didn't see it acknowledged in the opening credits, Baby Doll Murders is a reworking of the 1964 Victor Buono vehicle The Strangler. There's a killer on the loose, preying upon beautiful young women. At the scene of each crime, the police find a damaged baby doll. Detective Jeff Kober detects a subtle pattern emerging. Alas, it leads to the inescapable conclusion that the next victim will be the wife of Kober's partner. Expectedly exploitational, Baby Doll Murders is not bad of its kind.
killing, abortion, confession [criminal], gynecologist, investigation, murder, patient [medical], police, police-brutality, race-against-time, rampage, serial-killer, slasher, stalking, suicide