From MVD Rewind Collection
Bobby Parker (Noah Blake, Mystery Men), is a poor kid from the wrong side of the tracks whose family constantly moves to wherever his father can find work. He and his best friend Bill (Karl Wiedergott, The Wrong Guys), are new to Oceana High and their presence is definitely not welcome. James Hedges (Brandon Hooper, Chasing Mavericks), the student leader and son of the town mayor, cannot stand any outsider. And he especially doesn’t like someone who “doesn’t know his place” – like Bobby Parker.
To make matters worse, James discovers that Bobby is dating his sister Noreen (Julianne McNamara, Saturday the 14th Strikes Back). Along with a few of his friends, he decides to teach Bobby a lesson. On Monday morning, James and his friends pull a gun to scare Bobby into straightening out, but the plan fails. The two struggle and when a teacher is shot, everyone is ready to blame Bobby.
With no place to turn, Bobby grabs the gun and instructs everyone to sit tight. When the police show up ready for action, Bobby must convince the class of his innocence – before it’s too late.
MONDAY MORNING marks the debut film (and the only film directed by) mega-producer Don Murphy (Transformers, Natural Born Killers, Gemini Man) and features a supporting cast that includes Jason Lively (National Lampoon’s European Vacation) and Lisa Rinna (“Melrose Place”).
- High Definition (1080p) presentation of the main feature in 1.85:1 aspect ratio
- Audio: Mono
- English Subtitles
- Original VHS version with its alternate title “Class of Fear” (SD, 1.33:1, 105 mins)
- Interview with writer and director Don Murphy (HD, 52:50)
- Don Murphy: Portrait of a Producer (1080p; 24:01)
- Reversible Artwork
- Collectible Mini-Poster