A Slight Case Of Murder Review
By Christopher Null
TNT continues to prove itself as a powerhouse of made-for-TV filmmaking. This modern noir, with Macy as a put-upon film critic who accidentally kills one of his girlfriends and tries to cover it up, is relentlessly entertaining. I could do without the commercials every eight minutes, though. William H. Macy co-wrote the script.
Facts and Figures
In Theaters: Saturday 5th March 1938
Distributed by: Warner Home Video
Production compaines: Firebrand Productions, Turner Network Television (TNT)
Cast & Crew