Inner Sanctum II (1994)
A disabled woman, who recently killed her husband in self-defense, has recurring nightmares in which he returns to murder her. Various caretakers and relatives surround her with a web of intrigue. The script, acting, special effects, music, and film as a whole are pure cheese. The title seems to have been plucked from a hat.
James Booth provides the one bright spot as Detective Hooper, whose reckless driving scares his partner and provides some amusing moments. Booth wears glasses and has greying hair. He's elderly and not in the best shape, but his performance is fun.
Text copyright Diana Blackwell, 2002.