Dead Air

  • 1994
  • Movie
  • PG-13
  • Thriller

Despite a superficial cinematic cleverness from Fred Walton, who directed the spine-tingling WHEN A STRANGER CALLS (1979), DEAD AIR is done in by papier-mache characters and the credulity-straining universe they inhabit. Former LA hot-shot disc jockey Jim Shepard, now known as Mark Jannek (Gregory Hines), slows down to low gear in the desert boondocks after...read more

DEAD AIR
09:00 — On the last broadcast of punk rock radio show "Dead Baby Syrup," DJ Eve St. Tilly invites her fans to visit the station. When one convinces her to pla (more…)
DEAD AIR
09:00 — On the last broadcast of punk rock radio show "Dead Baby Syrup," DJ Eve St. Tilly invites her fans to visit the station. When one convinces her to pla (more…)
DEAD AIR
09:00 — On the last broadcast of punk rock radio show "Dead Baby Syrup," DJ Eve St. Tilly invites her fans to visit the station. When one convinces her to pla (more…)
DEAD AIR
09:00 — On the last broadcast of punk rock radio show "Dead Baby Syrup," DJ Eve St. Tilly invites her fans to visit the station. When one convinces her to pla (more…)
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02:00 — The trailer for Dead Air which will debut at the Cannes Film Festival. Logan Burnhardt is the ego-king of the airwaves, but his unflappable persona is (more…)

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  • Released: 1994
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: Despite a superficial cinematic cleverness from Fred Walton, who directed the spine-tingling WHEN A STRANGER CALLS (1979), DEAD AIR is done in by papier-mache characters and the credulity-straining universe they inhabit. Former LA hot-shot disc jockey Jim… (more)

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