Using Indian folklore and mysticism as fodder for a routine psycho-killer yarn doesn't exactly add up to a bold new leap for American Indian images on film. But that's the only novel aspect to…
Timothy Busfield pads through an anemic "Fade to Black" as a "social anthropologist" who uses his amusing title as a license to be a Peeping Tom. Armed with a faulty video camera to tape neighbors in…
A standout image from this capsule history of black comedy is Dick Cavett interviewing Richard Pryor and Eddie
Formulaic drama based on the true story of Richard Farley (Richard Thomas), who stalked co-worker Laura Black (Brooke Shields), combines woman-in-jeopardy and mass-killer genres into a predictable…
J. Edgar Hoover's secret file contains a bit more of interest for TV viewers than Al Capone's infamous secret vault yielded, but not much.
Arts & Entertainment's "Stage" debuts its series of Broadway shows, "Clairol on Broadway," with the 1988 musical, "Romance/Romance," a mildly entertaining pair of related one-acts. The first story…
The emotional power of the issue of child neglect makes up for lackluster performances and predictable retelling of the story of "Gregory K," based on the 12-year-old who sued to terminate his…
From the folks who brought you "Danielle Steel's 'Daddy' " comes "Danielle Steel's 'Heartbeat' "-- no award-winner but a surefire ratings bet with Monday female demos. John Ritter and Polly Draper in…
Irwin Allen, meet "Rescue: 911." The disaster-flick revolution of the '90s has already been televised. In "Firestorm," all that's left for the director, writer and actors to do is "go to the…
Thanks to transplanted setting and dramatic clashes with new characters, "Almost Home," a revamped "The Torkelsons," is almost there.