US DVD cover.
|Directed by||Isaac H. Eaton|
|Produced by||Isaac H. Eaton|
|Written by||Isaac H. Eaton|
|Music by||Brian Tyler|
Newmark Films Inc.
Seven Arts Productions
|Distributed by||Newmark Films Inc. (USA)|
Michael Holloway (Balthazar Getty) is a recovering addict working as a gas station attendant to support his pregnant wife, Chloe (Rebecca Gayheart). He is then drawn into the seedy underworld of Los Angeles by Stuart (Peter Weller), a mysterious and wealthy stranger.
- Balthazar Getty as Michael Holloway
- Peter Weller as Stuart Chappell
- Rebecca Gayheart as Chloe Holloway
- Peter Greene as Det. Steve Andrianson
- Frederic Forrest as Sean
- Brad Dourif as Roland Montague
- Michael Dorn as Det. Thomas Greenwood
Shadow Hours received mixed to negative reviews. The film holds a 14% approval rating on the review aggregator website, Rotten Tomatoes, with an average rating of 2.7/10 based on an aggregation of 14 reviews. Metacritic, which uses a weighted mean, assigned a score of 26 out of 100, based on reviews from 13 film critics. Lawrence Van Gelder of The New York Times wrote that "Rarely has debauchery been such a bore", whereas Maitland McDonagh of TV Guide had a less harsh opinion, calling the movie "a very entertaining, if thoroughly silly, morality tale" and giving it four out of five stars.
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- "Shadow Hours - FILM REVIEW; Night Crawlers, Beware: You Could Lose Your Soul". The New York Times. The New York Times Company. Retrieved June 7, 2013.
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