Public Access is a 1993 low-budget thriller about a mysterious stranger, Whiley Pritcher (Ron Marquette), who rolls into the small town of Brewster. In short order, he starts a Sunday evening public access show cable show called "Our Town." The focus of the show is on only one question asked by Whiley, "What is wrong with Brewster?" Initially, the citizens are reluctant to offer their opinions, but eventually the phone calls start to pour in. The complaints start off with general complaints about the services in the town, but eventually become specific and personal. Soon, the previously peaceful town of Brewster is in an uproar. There apparently is a lot wrong with Brewster, so much that it leads to several murders. What are Whiley's motivations for coming to Brewster? Public Access is the first film from the directing/screenwriting team of Bryan Singer and Christopher McQuarrie, the same team behind the 1995 hit, "Usual Suspects."