starring Val Kilmer, Dylan Neal, Camille Sullivan, Paul McGillion, Christopher Gauthier, John Cassini and Nels Lennarson
written by Joseph C. Muscai
directed by Michael Oblowitz
Called “The Enemy” in Japanese, a stranger walks into a lonely police station on a rainy Christmas Eve and confesses to six murders. As he confesses, on duty police officers begin dying mysteriously, one by one. When the officers begin realizing the trouble they’re in they start questioning, “What’s happening?” “How can that happen?” If only they watched enough movies they would have known n the first ten minutes what was happening. The stranger was the vengeance-seeking spirit of a dead vagrant they collectively brutalized in a previous case. The whole story was a bit dull, actually. I think Val Kilmer is a pretty cool guy. Not as cool as John Travolta. Why did he do a movie like this? It was a re-make of Clint Eastwood’s High Plains Drifter.