Old Friends Never Die (1994)

Someone wants Jonathan Hart dead, so they've created the perfect trap for him. That trap involves inviting his wife to a secluded getaway of other writers, which enables the creators of this made for TV reunion movie to gather all manner of guest stars. There's also a lot of the Harts acting dippy, which seems… Continue reading Old Friends Never Die (1994)

Home is Where the Hart Is (1994)

When Jonathan and Jennifer Hart attend the funeral of the newspaper publisher who helped Jennifer start her journalism career, they uncover some sinister secrets about her hometown of Kingman's Ferry. Honestly, you can't take them anywhere! This film has Maureen O'Sullivan (she played Jane in the 1930's Tarzan films), Alan Young from the original The Time Machine,… Continue reading Home is Where the Hart Is (1994)

Natural Born Killers (1994)

What seemed subversive and important in 1994 feels silly and weightless today as I sit here, 25 years later. At one point -- let's say 2006, when Entertainment Weekly published their list of the most controversial films in history, it placed eighth. I call BS on any list that doesn't list Salo and has Cannibal Holocaust at twenty.… Continue reading Natural Born Killers (1994)

Brainscan (1994)

Director John Flynn's 1977 film Rolling Thunder has been cited several times by Quentin Tarantino as a major influence (The Acuna Boys in Kill Bill are taken directly from this film). Here, he's directing a script by Brian Owens and Andrew Kevin Walker (who would go on to write Seven, Hideaway and 8mm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADfW-Meo0WI Michael Brower (Edward Furlong) lives alone in a… Continue reading Brainscan (1994)