God, I loved the nineties. Before the bottom dropped out of the horror genre circa 1993 (it was later revived by the release of Scream a few years later) video stores were inundated with all manner of offbeat horror pictures. Chris Walas' The Vagrant will always stick out to me as one of the most bizarre of all.
Trailer courtesy of mauricesupple.
Judging from the trailer voice-over and coverbox, this project was some sort of attempt to cash in on the success of Home Alone, using Bill Paxton's ample comedic talents to carry it. To his credit, Paxton was ubiquitous at that time, as you couldn't spit in a video store without hitting something he was in. Perhaps this movie struck a cord with me because it was similar in tone to the stuff Sam Raimi was doing in that stage of his career.
God, I loved the nineties.