Tag Archives: Jim Metzler

Stefani Ames – A Gun, a Car, a Blonde (1997)

Synopsis by Mark Deming
A man discovers that his fantasies and his real life are beginning to look a lot alike in this drama. Richard (Jim Metzler) is battling cancer of the spinal column, and while it’s currently in remission, the disease has left his body in sad shape; Richard is tired, anxious, depressed, and confined to a wheelchair, and while his sister Peep (Kay Lenz) is helping to care for him, Richard is convinced that she’s more interested in making a claim on his estate than protecting his well being. Richard’s friend Duncan (John Ritter), a frequent visitor, is an aficionado of New Age healing and pain-management techniques, and he teaches Richard how to hypnotize himself, willing his mind into a dream state when his discomfort is too much to bear. Read More »

Carl Colpaert – Delusion (1991)

Brief Synopsis:
On the road from Southern California to Nevada, an embezzler crosses paths with a hired killer and his enigmatic moll….

Quote:
In this fast-paced, noirish road movie, a computer expert embezzles half a million dollars and races off to Reno to start anew. Unfortunately, en route, he picks up a pair of hitchers and ends up entangled with a crazed couple who commandeer his car and leave him alone in the desert to die. As soon as he can, he hits the road to get revenge and to find his money before they do. — Sandra Brennan Read More »