A film is always improved by a helicopter explosion. Here are all the films I know of with at least…
A psychic father and daughter band together with an "angel" in an attempt to save Earth from an extraterrestrial Armageddon. This suspenseful thriller ties together strange occurrences from 1965 in the Bermuda Triangle (where an American fighter pilot supposedly encountered a spaceship) and government hush-up conspiracies.
PM Entertainment, known in the 1990s for staging slick, exciting, illogical action movies on a direct-to-video budget, pumps up the supporting cast a bit and adds a science fiction plot to its trademark car chases and stunts. The sci-fi stuff is pretty silly—get a load of Angel, the sexy alien in cornrows and a skintight silver suit played by Shelli Lether—but director Richard Pepin and his producing partner Joseph Merhi sure know how to screech tires and smash glass. And star Michael Madsen (RESERVOIR DOGS) can even fight on the back of a semi trailer without losing his sunglasses.
In 1965, Air Force pilot Jack Grayson (Brian Bloom, the fake Bandit) is lost on a mission in the Bermuda Triangle.…
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