In Hollywood, it seems, everyone has a script, and nearly everyone is an aspiring director. This is especially true among members of film crews, many of whom take entry-level jobs in hopes of getting their big break. On occasion the breaks come, and promising new talent is given a chance
to shine. Such was the case with the unjustly ignored JACK'S BACK, a surprisingly effective low-budget mystery written and directed by ex-gaffer Rowdy Herrington and coproduced by ex-key grip Tim Moore. Boasting a strong dual-role performance by James Spader (LESS THAN ZERO), the film is set in
Los Angeles as the city is menaced by a serial killer who patterns himself after the inf...