Who Is Killing The Cheerleaders?
Who is Killing the Cheerleaders? remains an exceptionally fun watch. The consistent pace keeps the action and drama moving, and its large cast is filled with capable actors who bring life into even the most minor roles…
So, I absolutely loved this film, largely because it just totally went for it. There was no worrying about being subtle. There was no concern about trying to make us believe that the film was meant to be a serious examination of what it’s like to be either a twin or adopted. Instead, Twisted Twin fully embraced the melodrama and just went totally insane. Listen, you have to love a film like that. — Through The Shattered Lens
Stalked By My Doctor #4 "A Sleepwalker's Nightmare"
Stalked by My Doctor is one of the most consistent franchises around, as it always delivers what fans are looking for, wild melodrama, outlandish moments, and of course, Eric Roberts with the dial turned all the way up. This fourth installment continues that trend and is another crazed thriller with Beck, but once again, the mania has been cranked up a few notches. A brisk pace, colorful characters, ample drama, and Roberts’ god tier villain make sure there is never a dull moment here, this is simply an insanely entertaining slice of cinema.
Psycho In Law
An in-law to put all other in-laws to shame in this super psycho, super entertaining film! 9 out of 10 glasses of white wine!
This movie will keep you on the hook… keep a light on. — The Best Darn Girl’s Movie Review
A gripping neo-Gothic thriller expertly directed by Jeff Hare. — Movie Magg
Killer Under The Bed
A deliciously over-the-top horror spectacular with all that implies, providing viewers with two hours of delicious drama and chaos… this is one Lifetime horror flick that gets it right on the money in terms of entertainment value. A huge recommend for a Halloween viewing with friends. — Horror.media
A rock solid, effective genre movie that more than holds its own and is a cut above the usual made for television or DTV horror offerings out there. Killer Under the Bed is a lean, focused chiller than genre fans and Lifetime devotees should have fun with. — Marc Fusion
Oh my God, this was such a great movie! From the minute that doll unzipped Kilee’s backpak so that it could escape to raise havoc, I knew I was watching a great film. Killer Under The Bed is totally over the top and just so wonderfully ludicrous that there’s no way that you can’t have fun watching it. Between the killer doll, the bullies that were so evil that seemed like they should be plotting against The Avengers, and the perpetually confused teacher, Killer Under The Bed was way too much fun. Killer Under The Bed is one of the most entertaining Lifetime films that I’ve seen in a while. — Through The Shattered Lens
“A stingingly good bee-movie classic”
Into The Arms of Danger
Into the Arms of Danger constructs a nightmare scenario that could happen to anyone, and runs with it to great dramatic effect. Add to that a strong cast and a plot that keeps the tension flowing, and you have a great thriller to watch when you’re in for a shot of adrenaline. Just maybe consider not watching if you have a long drive to make later….
Hometown Killer is a classic… one that full embraces every melodramatic possibility of its storyline. Penny may be a dishonest murderer but you still feel sorry for her because of what she went through in high school. This is one of those films that makes you think, “Y’know, she probably shouldn’t be doing this but maybe she should.” Director Jeff Hare adds enough little quirky touches to distinguish Hometown Killer from other, similar films. I especially liked the way the he took us in and out of Penny’s mind, always keeping us off-balance as to whether or not we were seeing what was really happening or if we were instead seeing what Penny thought was reality. It kept the audience off-balance and, as a result, Hometown Killer generated a lot more suspense…
Deadly Due Date
What puts this movie a notch above its contemporaries is the steady cast and the defined roles they’re playing. All of the relationships are consistently written and developed, allowing insights to emerge about the protagonists and antagonists alike without them being spelled out for the audience. — Geeks Media
This story is crazy on top of crazy from beginning to end…an over-the-top spectacle! — The Best Darn Girl’s Movie Review
“Peppered with snappy one-liners…FUNNY…ENTERTAINING! It’s a credit to Peter Falk and helmer Jeff Hare!” — Daily Variety
“FOUR STARS! A complete pleasure! – Arizona Republic
“With strong, engaging performances, CHECKING OUT is a thoroughly entertaining, intelligent film with an ultimately positive outlook!” – Film Threat
“Loaded with substance, CHECKING OUT has a heart-warming finale that is well earned!” – Philadelphia Daily News
Blockage -- (Stage Play)
“The dramatic shape of the piece is flawless, as is the toning and polishing by director Jeff Hare, who shapes each moment into a little gem. The reality and honesty of Hare’s treatment is matched by the impeccable comedic performances of the actors…” — Backstage
“Hare’s direction is intelligent, with obvious and skilled attention to comic timing”-– NoHoLa
“Hilarious!” –– LA Times
“…We actively seek out the best in low budget, independent cinema and these efforts have rewarded us with a number of truly excellent, highly entertaining films which we have had the pleasure of reviewing over the past few years. Our latest discovery is BITTER/SWEET, screened at the recent Worldfest International Film Festival where it won The Grand Jury Award for “Best Picture” and the Golden Remi Award for “Best Director.” These awards are well deserved. Hare is extremely talented…” – Need To Vent – Movie Reviews with a Twist.
A Perfect Little Man
“Scripted by Jeff Hare with a ferocity that is exceptional, A Perfect Little Man is an amazing piece of acting in a ruthlessly built landscape” — TNT’s Roughcut
“3 ½ Stars (out of four)– Grabs you from the opening moment and entrances you to the very end. A must see!” — Atlantic City Free Press
“Expertly paced, unflinching and unforgettable” – Camden Courier Post
“Cinematic tour de force for Hare” – TV Guide