- LYING EYES – 1996
Director: Marina Sargenti
Stars: Cassidy Rae, Vincent Irizarry, Allison Smith
Derek Bradshaw, a 33-year-old lawyer, courts and wins Amy Miller, an 18-year-old high school cheerleader. The affair progresses until she learns that he is married and has a family. During this period, she has been receiving anonymous notes, been the victim of vicious pranks and ultimately, life threatening attacks.
- FACE VALUE – 2001
Director: Michael Miller
Stars: Scott Baio, Krista Allen, James Wilder
Scott Baio, ex-child star in real life, plays a young man who goes to visit an old friend of his who resides in California. His friend's got it all: Nice house, great car, lots of neat accessories, friends, and, or course, women. But after Baio's friend mysteriously disappears, and Baio suspects foul play in a boating accident, Baio adapts to the persona of his friend for a while. But this idea backfires when the bad guys who killed his friend start coming after Baio, thinking they didn't succeed in their job. Or is that what it's all about? (Taken from my review on the film)
- VISIONS OF TERROR – 1994
Director: Sam Pillsbury
Stars: Barbara Eden, Ted Marcoux, Missy Crider
Dr. Jesse Newman is assigned to treating David, a grieving policeman who lost his partner in a shootout. It seems the case is solved, until a lucky coin belonging to David's partner triggers a revealing series of psychic visions for Dr. Newman. The visions not only implicate the killer, but also reveal the sordid habits of San Francisco's business and political elite.
- THOMPSON’S LAST RUN – 1986
Director: Jerrold Freedman
Stars: Robert Mitchum, Wilford Brimley, Kathleen York
A hardened con (Robert Mitchum) being transferred from a federal penitentiary to a Texas institution to finish a life sentence as a habitual criminal is freed at gunpoint by his niece (Kathleen York). The cop (Wilford Brimley), who was transferring him and has been the con's adversary for over 30 years, vows to catch the twosome.