Now for the big two.
Funnily enough, he comes off like Donald Sutherland at times which brings us to our other lead. Kiefer Sutherland does his usual pre-Jack Bauer routine which is basically the same as his Jack Bauer routine, minus the torture scenes. He mostly act quietly intense, obsessing over his lost love, and wails "No!" here which was more or less Siskel and Ebert's reaction as well).
The only other cast member worth noting, besides Nancy Travis whose character is really only there to make the cheapo horror film ending the film opts for fit into the cliche better, is Sandra Bullock as Sutherland's girlfriend who Bridges abducts and kills off screen. And even then it's only retroactively notable since 1993 was sort of a breakout year for the actress... Plus she's cute.
The film is a rather cynical bit of filmmaking, given the way the director craps on his original piece of work, even throwing in a cheap laugh at the end, but it's still worth seeing if only for Bridges who is off in a far more interesting, entertaining movie.
Coming Soon: The Best of 1993