RMG 329 – I, the Jury (1982)

February 14, 2024

You can watch the VIDEO version of this episode here: Retro Movie Review: Ep. 329 – I, The Jury (1982) (youtube.com)

On this episode, the Retro Movie Geek crew is geeking out over I, the Jury (1982) and

  • Carl Weathers
  • the overcomplicated story
  • CND
  • Mike Hammer being a douchebag
  • and much, much more!


The tough guy hero of the ’40s and the excitement of the ’80s, come together in this dazzling remake of a classic thriller. Mickey Spillane’s “I,The Jury” is updated with all the violence, nudity, wit, and style that was missing from the puritanical original. Straight from the school of the hard-boiled detective comes Mickey Spillane’s hard living private eye – Mike Hammer. 

Played by the ruggedly sexy Armand Assante, Hammer sets out to get the guys who did in his friend Jack. His quest for vengeance leads him onto the paths of the CIA, a sexy therapy center, and a kinky killer. All along the way, there are spectacular chases and incredible excitement. 

With a strong supporting cast featuring Barbara Carrera, Paul Sorvino, Judson Scott and Alan King, and action-packed direction by Richard T. Heffron…  I, THE JURY is first-rate entertainment!   



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