Fatal Affair

Fatal Affair

Fatal Affair

Nia Long (The Best Man), Stephen Bishop (Moneyball) and Omar Epps (House) star in this domestic thriller about a married woman in a stale relationship who almost enters an affair. But when she drops the fling at the last minute, the man she almost slept with turns obsessive. From the director of Netflix thriller Secret Obsession.

202089 minsUSA
Thriller

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Reviews & comments

Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

press

Long and Epps, first on screen together 21 years ago in “In Too Deep,” do what they can with the verbal cardboard and the narrative packing peanuts.

San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

press

No, “Fatal Affair” is nowhere near a good movie, but I’ve seen better ones I’ve enjoyed less.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Director Sullivan does a smooth enough job tracking the action and building a modicum of suspense with help from Eitan Almagor's snaking camera and Matthew Janszen's sinister score, though there are just too few surprises to make this anything more than polished Lifetime fodder.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

There’s no shortage of twists, but convoluted plotting shouldn’t be mistaken for actual ingenuity and tension.

RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

press

Credit where credit is due, “Fatal Affair” is at least hornier than it is thrilling, even if most of those hormones are spent with the sickening optics of a sociopath getting what he wants.

Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

press

Long and Epps, first on screen together 21 years ago in “In Too Deep,” do what they can with the verbal cardboard and the narrative packing peanuts.

San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

press

No, “Fatal Affair” is nowhere near a good movie, but I’ve seen better ones I’ve enjoyed less.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Director Sullivan does a smooth enough job tracking the action and building a modicum of suspense with help from Eitan Almagor's snaking camera and Matthew Janszen's sinister score, though there are just too few surprises to make this anything more than polished Lifetime fodder.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

There’s no shortage of twists, but convoluted plotting shouldn’t be mistaken for actual ingenuity and tension.

RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

press

Credit where credit is due, “Fatal Affair” is at least hornier than it is thrilling, even if most of those hormones are spent with the sickening optics of a sociopath getting what he wants.

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