Released: Dec 01st, 1988
Running Time: 90
Director: Chet Thomas
Cast: Jim More, Sean Laurance, Troy Ramsey, Brian Adams, Brand Richardson, Kurt Bauer, Derek Jensen
Critical Rating: AAA
The title of this film refers to an earthquake as well as star Brian Adams, and the special effects are quite ambitious. This plow works particularly well in the opening episode with Jim More and Derek Jensen, for the two men think the shaking chandelier and collapsing walls are the result of their own “earth-shaking” passion. And the final scene with Kevin Glover (apparently known in this film as Clark Lindsey) trapped in an elevator with a delivery boy is equally exciting.
Unfortunately, what transpires between the first and last scenes is less inspiring. Brian Adams, cast as a TV anchorman, looks and sounds totally out of place. The special effects are less convincing, and some of the camera tricks distract from what’s happening. But the effort is appreciated, and the vid is definitely superior to the run-of-the-mill production.