Showtime Beyond

Past movies have included:
Halloween: H2O (Jamie Lee Curtis, Janet Leigh), Dracula, Dead And Loving It, Trekkies 2, Bram Stoker's Dracula,
The Stepford Wives, Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers, Flowers In The Attic, X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (Ray Milland),
Night Of The Living Dead (1990), Return Of The Living Dead, Troll (good witch June Lockhart teaches magic to Harry Potter Jr), Amityville 3, Futureworld (PG sequel to Westworld, return of Yul Brynner as the killer robot), Stephen King's Dolores Claiborne,
and comedy movies including Ghostbusters (Aykroyd, Ramis, Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver), Captain Ron (Kurt Russell of the Caribbean) and Who's Harry Crumb (John Candy)
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (pulp heroes vs. CGI robots attacking 1930s New York)
Cold Turkey (small town Dick Van Dyke vs. Big Tobacco executive Bob Newhart)

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Cold And Dark
A pair of cops in Cornwall hunt an elusive, werewolf-like creature called a "grail," until one detective realizes his partner has been possessed by the creature in this tongue-in-cheek horror yarn starring Luke Goss, Kevin Howarth, Matt Lucas, and Carly Jane Turnbull.
Crazy as Hell
Eriq La Salle makes his feature film directing debut with this occult thriller about respected but troubled psychiatrist Dr. Ty Adams (Michael Beach), who encounters a new patient (La Salle) that's persuasively convinced he's The Devil, even as a documentary filmmaker (John C. McGinley) follows Ty's every professional move. Ronny Cox, Tia Texada and Sinbad costar in this unusually smart horror outing.
Cube 2: Hypercube
Eight strangers awaken to find themselves in another dimension, mysteriously trapped in a high-tech cube that doubles as a lethal maze from which they must attempt to escape. Kari Matchett, Geraint Wyn Davies, Grace Lynn Kung, Bruce Gray and Matthew Ferguson star in this sequel to the sci-fi horror cult classic.
Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
Comedian, actor and political commentator Ben Stein hosts this documentary examination of the "intelligent design" (I.D.) theory of human creation, a highly controversial alternative to the prevailing concept of Darwinian evolution.
PG, 98 Mins
Halloween (2007)
Director Rob Zombie reimagines a horror classic with this box office smash that begins anew the story of deranged serial killer Michael Myers (Tyler Mane) and his reign of homicidal wrath over a sleepy, unsuspecting town. Malcolm McDowell (in the Donald Pleasence role), Brad Dourif, William Forsythe, Udo Kier, Dee Wallace (Poltergeist), Danny Trejo and Adrienne Barbeau (The Fog) costar in this terrifying remake.
Lady In White
A little boy (Lukas Haas) encounters the ghosts of a girl and her mother, then sets out to find their killer in this critically acclaimed chiller that predates "The Sixth Sense." Len Cariou, Alex Rocco, Katherine Helmond and Jared Rushton co-star.
My Brother the Pig
After her annoying little brother accidentally turns himself into a pig with an antique book of magic, an older sister must help him turn back into a human before their parents return from a trip, while avoiding a bacon-loving bad guy who's in hot pursuit. Scarlett Johansson, Alex D. Linz, Judge Reinhold and Eva Mendes star in this cute family adventure.
One Eyed Monster
An adult film crew is stranded at a remote location by bad weather, then terrorized by an alien-possessed porn star's body part in this fiendishly wicked horror comedy starring Ron Jeremy, Amber Benson, Veronica Hart and Jason Graham.
Trade-Off
A young Florida businessman (Adam Baldwin) with an unhappy marriage, a job in jeopardy and a big mortgage considers a proposition from a mysterious redhead (Theresa Russell): kill her abusive husband and she'll kill his wife in exchange. Megan Gallagher, Barry Primus and Pat Skipper costar in this tangled web of deceit, betrayal and murder, a modern-day twist on Hitchcock's "Strangers on a Train"

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Month-long movie listings for Showtime #2 (Showtime Too), Showtime Showcase, Showtime Extreme, Showtime Women, and Showtime's Family Zone channels. Showtime HD appears to have the same listings as Showtime (above)

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Why is the series title called "Penn & Teller: Bullshit!" you ask? Penn says the Showtime lawyers told them that if they called a UFO Alien Abduction Therapist a fake or fraud, they could get sued, but if they just called it "Bullshit!" they couldn't sue because that's a personal opinion and everyone is entitled to their opinion in a free country. That's why. Unless you think that explanation by Penn is just BS. Their 2011 season will be on the Discovery Channel, no lie

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September-December 2009
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