James Spawn is a misdirected, bumbling outcast who strikes out on a quest for true romance. Through the powers of an ancient mystical ring, Spawn is able to turn dreams into reality. Or is ... See full summary »

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Ted Davis ...
James Spawn
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Lorissa McComas ...
Betty
Jenna Bodnar ...
Miss Smith
Tatiana Tiele ...
Thelma Lou
Bob Wiz ...
Hans
Denny MacDonald ...
Wilbur
Gary James ...
Mr. Big
Ed Dailey ...
Pierre
Erin Prather ...
Policewoman
Gene Rey ...
Pool Player
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Drill Sergeant
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James Spawn is a misdirected, bumbling outcast who strikes out on a quest for true romance. Through the powers of an ancient mystical ring, Spawn is able to turn dreams into reality. Or is it just Spawn's reality? Written by Brad Wilk

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21 November 1998 (USA)  »

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Fun idea, atrocious execution
26 May 1999 | by See all my reviews

I had real high hopes for this one. I remember when they had the short-lived Interactive Movies at the theatres like "Mr. Payback" and "Ride For Your Life," which were mindless, guilty fun and would be more of a blast to play on a home systems. I was so excited hearing that Interactive Movies would be making appearances on the DVD Player, which is a pretty good idea. "I'm Your Man," the first release, was a letdown, but it wasn't a huge loss since I rented it for free and at least a bit of the interaction was fun. When I had heard about "Misadventures of James Spawn," and read comments from customers on DVD EMPIRE saying it was "one of the neatest things ever," "a blast for everyone," and "better than Austin Powers", I rushed up to Suncoast after reading the comments and spent 30 bucks on the thing. It seems like it'd be a lot of fun and the idea is nifty; take an arab stereotype and try to get him hooked up with the perfect girl as you go from girl to girl, but the execution is terrible. The people I played it with were bored to death and we gave up with it after 10 minutes. I later ended up playing it by myself and grew tired of it very fast. The creators of the game throw in plenty of stupid sight gags and toilet humor that would only make a 5 year old chuckle. James Spawn is a very annoying character and after ten seconds, I wanted to just choke him. I've seen better acting in porn films, the interaction is very boring, and there's no redeeming values whatsoever. It just sits around in my room collecting dust to this day. I really enjoy the concepts of interactive films and hope they keep coming out with them and hopefully, can make them much better. For now, steer clear of this of this one, its one of the biggest wastes of time and money.


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