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Past movies have included:
Stargate (Kurt Russell), Time Bandits (Monty Python), X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (Ray Milland), And God Created Woman (R, same director as Barbarella), Richard III (1995) Shakespeare's story about Nazis taking over England in the 1930s, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Hound Of The Baskervilles (1959, Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee), Highlander movies, Halloween movies, Sleepaway Camp 2: Unhappy Campers, Teen Wolf Too, Heathers, Cold Turkey (small town Dick Van Dyke vs. Big Tobacco executive Bob Newhart), Flowers In The Attic, The Beast of Hollow Mountain (cowboys vs. a T-rex dinosaur from the animator of 1932's King Kong), Sheena (Queen of the Jungle), Five Easy Pieces (Jack Nicholson only wanted toast, was that so hard?), Judge Dredd (Stallone as judge, jury & executioner. Court is adjourned), Clive Barker's Lord of Illusions, and comedy movies including Canadian Bacon (WW3 spoof, U.S. vs. Canada), So I Married An Axe Murderer (Mike Myers spoof comedy), Who's Harry Crumb? (John Candy as a bumbling private eye), What Dreams May Come (PG13, Robin Williams, Max Von Sydow), and Blind Date
"Tombstone" (1993) starring Kurt Russell as Wyatt Earp and Val Kilmer as Doc Holliday, headed for the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
Troll (1986, June Lockhart helps Harry Potter (Noah Hathaway) fight an evil troll, Shelley Hack & Michael Moriarity as Harry's parents, with Sonny Bono, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus as the naked nymph), Badge of Silence: Maniac Cop III

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Past features include:
April Fool's Day
An heiress named Muffy hosts a weekend gathering of eight college students at her secluded island mansion, where each guest is murdered after a hidden secret is revealed. Deborah Foreman, Griffin O'Neal, Jay Baker, Clayton Rohner, Pat Barlow and Amy Steel star in this classic slasher flick rated R for Violence & Language
The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman (1974)
Cicely Tyson stars in this classic television epic as a 110-year-old woman born into slavery in the South of 1850, who lives to see the triumph of the Civil Rights movement over a century later. Richard Dysart costars in this critically acclaimed, Emmy Award-winning adaptation of the novel by Ernest J. Gaines. Rated PG, 110 minutes
American Psycho 2
This darkly funny 2002 sequel to the grisly satire based on Bret Easton Ellis's notorious novel stars Mila Kunis ("That '70s Show") as a demented killer who is eliminating her competitors for a prestigious assistantship to a famed college professor. William Shatner, Robin Dunne and Geraint Wyn-Davies costar. Rated R for Graphic Violence, Adult Language & Content
Bad Company (1972)
Mismatched young robbers (Jeff Bridges and Barry Brown) pillage the West during the Civil War in this offbeat Western that marks the directing debut of screenwriter Robert Benton. Jim Davis, David Huddleston, John Savage, Jerry Houser. PG for Violence, Language, Content

Bad Company (1995)
An icy new recruit (Laurence Fishburne) at a shadowy paramilitary outfit is making the company's normally unflappable co-owner (Ellen Barkin) very nervous in this crime thriller costarring Frank Langella, Michael Beach, Gia Carides, David Ogden Stiers and Daniel Hugh Kelly. Rated R for Violence, Language & Strong Sexual Content
Barb Wire
Pamela Anderson stars as the comic book heroine, a bounty hunter and bar owner who helps an old flame in a futuristic resistance effort. Temuera Morrison and Jack Noseworthy costar in this rock 'em, sock 'em cartoon adventure rated R
The Barefoot Executive
A fresh-faced intern (Kurt Russell) at a television network discovers his girlfriend's pet chimpanzee has an uncanny knack for picking hit TV series and uses the pet's ability to skyrocket his career in this fun-filled 1960s Disney comedy costarring Heather North and John Ritter
The Big Bus
A mammoth atomic-powered bus is the mobile setting for this hilarious send-up of disaster flicks starring Joseph Bologna as the driver, Stockard Channing and John Beck, rated PG
The Bikini Shop (1986)
Two brothers inherit a California swim suit emporium and use their new business to different ends: one to build a fortune, the other to meet beautiful girls. Bruce Greenwood and Michael David Wright star in this sex-comedy romp. Rated R for Nudity, Adult & Content
Bless The Child (2000)
Psychiatric nurse Maggie O'Connell (Kim Basinger) fights her drug-addicted sister (Christina Ricci) and a Satanic cult leader (Rufus Sewell) for custody of her niece, a six-year-old girl who is the key to winning the battle between good and evil. Jimmy Smits costars in this supernatural thriller from the director of "The Mask." Rated R for Violence, Adult Language & Content
Blood For Dracula
Writer, director and Andy Warhol associate Paul Morrissey created this 1974 cult classic about a young Count Dracula (Udo Kier) who must leave his native Romania to visit a wealthy Italian family with four lovely, allegedly virginal daughters he hopes will slake his urgent thirst for virgin blood. Joe Dallesandro costars with Vittorio De Sica, Maxime McKendry, Arno Juerging and Milena Vukotic in this campy dissection of class and sex rated R.
Blue Steel
Jamie Lee Curtis is a rookie cop whose gun is stolen by a psychotic Wall Street power broker (Ron Silver), who then uses it to commit serial crimes - while romancing the police officer herself. Clancy Brown, Louise Fletcher, Philip Bosco, Elizabeth Pena and Tom Sizemore star in director Kathryn Bigelow's "proto-feminist" 1989 action flick rated R.
Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
Following an intense encounter group course, Bob and Carol (Robert Culp, Natalie Wood) become free thinkers, dedicated to the concept of open marriage and sexual freedom, despite the challenges of such a lifestyle; their best friends Ted and Alice (Elliott Gould, Dyan Cannon), though troubled in their marriage, are a bit more old-fashioned. But a couples getaway soon gets everybody swinging in the same direction in this groundbreaking comedy spoofing the sexual revolution from director Paul Mazursky. Rated R for brief nudity, otherwise PG content. Many critics at the time hated it because the movie poster implied group sex which never happened
A Boy & His Dog (1975 scifi)
Don Johnson (Miami Vice, Nash Bridges) makes an early career appearance in this satirical science-fiction fable from the mind of famed scribe Harlan Ellison. Johnson is Vic, a violent teenager with a telepathic link to his cute mutt Blood, one that benefits both of them in the post-apocalyptic world they inhabit. When Vic is captured by a subterranean society hungry for sperm donors, the randy lad is more than up to the task until they imprison him like a cow, permanently hooked up to a milking machine. With Susanne Benton, Jason Robards, Alvy Moore and L.Q. Jones (who also wrote and directed). Rated R for Nudity, Violence, Adult Language & Content
Bravo Two Zero (1999)
Sean Bean (Lord of the Rings) stars in this exciting military drama as Andy McNab, a member of the British Special Forces--highly skilled soldiers who get cut off from their command in the Gulf War of 1991 during a mission to destroy Iraqi scud missiles and are forced to make their way into Syria, where their situation only becomes more desperate. Based on author McNab's best-selling, true-life chronicle of the most decorated British patrol since the Boer War. Rated R
Bringing Out The Dead (1999)
Based on the acclaimed novel, this furiously paced drama from director Martin Scorsese ("GoodFellas") stars Nicolas Cage as Frank Pierce, a New York ambulance driver whose exhausting, stressful job has pushed him to the brink of madness. Over the course of one night, Frank meets the ghosts of those he couldn't save and a drug addicted daughter (Patricia Arquette) whose father clings to life. John Goodman, Ving Rhames, Tom Sizemore and pop singer Marc Anthony costar in this kinetic urban masterpiece rated R
But I'm A Cheerleader
A picture-perfect cheerleader with a quarterback boyfriend but a taste for female companionship is sent to a sexual reorientation camp by her concerned parents, who fear that she's becoming a lesbian. Natasha Lyonne, Clea Duvall and Michelle Williams star in this satirical comedy. Rated R for Language & Content
Cold Turkey
Can an entire town quit smoking? A local minister (Dick Van Dyke) thinks it can, and in a well publicized move, he convinces the citizenry to try. What results, not surprisingly, is sheer comic bedlam. From nicotine fits to evil tobacco magnates, this hilarious look at the human condition is a classic. Bob Newhart plays a "big tobacco" executive who has bet over twenty million dollars of the company's money that an entire town can't quit smoking for a full month and now must pay off unless he can get at least one town member to light up again within 30 days. Pippa Scott, Tom Poston, Vincent Gardenia, Barnard Hughes, Edward Everett Horton, Jean Stapleton and Graham Jarvis round out the perfect cast. Cameo by Bob Elliott of Bob & Ray as a TV interviewer. Director Norman Lear made it in 1969 but could not get it released until 1971 when his TV-series "All In The Family" hit it big. Dick Van Dyke's latest movie is Night At The Museum starring Ben Stiller and Bob Newhart's latest is Elf (starring Will Ferrell) and The Librarian (title role, TV-movie)
Chained Heat
Sentenced to 18 months in a sleazy penal institution for accidentally killing a man, the wide-eyed and naive Carol Henderson (Linda Blair of The Exorcist and Repossessed) quickly receives an unwelcome education in corruption, racism, gang violence and sexual abuse. John Vernon (the college dean in Animal House) and Sybil Danning (Howling 2: Your Sister Is A Werewolf) costar with Tamara Dobson, Stella Stevens and Henry Silva in this campy genre flick rated R.
The Company Of Wolves
Before "The Crying Game" and "Interview with the Vampire," filmmaker Neil Jordan mixed a little sex and a dash of horror when adapting Angela Carter's Freudian take on the story of Little Red Riding Hood (Lynn Redgrave.) An extended dream delivers a contemporary young woman (Sarah Patterson) into a world where mushrooms tower with sexual menace, girls should beware men with eyebrows that meet in the middle and dark urges lure the innocent into the forest's embrace. The London Critics Circle named Jordan Director of the Year for this stylish cult favorite, rated R
Disaster Movie (2008)
Demented spoof of end-of-the-world epics, where plucky survivors attempt to save the planet from meteors and rabid squirrels. Matt Lanter, Vanessa Minnillo and Kim Kardashian star in this cheeky satire. Rated PG-13 for Brief Nudity, Violence, Language & Content
Disorganized Crime
A big-time bank robber (Corbin Bernsen) planning a hefty heist in a small Montana town assembles a crack team of crooks but gets arrested before his crew arrives, then is framed for the crime when they go through with the plan. Lou Diamond Phillips, Fred Gwynne, Ruben Blades and Ed O'Neill costar in this loony crime caper from the makers of "Stakeout" Rated R for Violence, Adult Language & Content
Doppelganger (1993)
Drew Barrymore stars in this psychological thriller as a seemingly virtuous young woman who becomes the object of affection for her new roommate, an L.A. screenwriter (George Newbern), until he begins to suspect that she's living a mysterious double life - and may have murdered her own mother. Sally Kellerman costars in this intriguing tale of suspense. Rated R
Dracula, Dead & Loving It
Side-splitting farce of Bram Stoker's classic horror tome featuring an all-star cast that includes Leslie Nielsen as The Count, Harvey Korman, Steven Weber, Amy Yasbeck. Renfield: Peter MacNicol, Van Helsing: Mel Brooks. Much of the dialogue was taken from the original 1931 version of Dracula
Earth Girls Are Easy (1988, PG)
After she discovers that her boyfriend is cheating on her, naive manicurist Valerie (Geena Davis) makes the sudden acquaintance of some new friends--when they crash-land their spaceship in her swimming pool. Soon Valerie and her best friend Candy (Julie Brown) are giving the furry aliens a makeover and introducing Mac (Jeff Goldblum of The Fly and Jurassic Park), Whiploc (Jim Carrey), and Zeebo (Damon Wayans of Low Down Dirty Rotten Shame) to the L.A. dating scene. A frothy, funny sci-fi comedy from music-video director Julien Temple ("Absolute Beginners")
Father Goose
Cary Grant is "The Filthy Beast" Walter Eckland, an antisocial beach bum during World War II who trades reports of Japanese air activity from his remote Pacific island for free booze from the Australians. Walter's life is perfectly isolated until pretty French schoolmistress Leslie Caron crash-lands with her seven young students, turning his existence upside-down. Trevor Howard costars in this sparklingly witty comedy rated PG for Mild Violence, Adult Content
Flesh For Frankenstein (1973)
Originally presented in 3D, this cult classic from writer/director Paul Morrissey (who shot the film back-to-back with "Blood for Dracula"), follows the ill-fated attempts of Dr. Frankenstein (Udo Kier) to create a racially pure master race of zombies by mating a perfect woman (Dalila Di Lazzaro) to a perfect man. Unfortunately, in choosing a head for his male subject, the misinformed doctor makes a rather unfortunate selection. Joe Dallesandro, Srdjan Zelenovic, Arno Juerging and Monique van Vooren costar. Rated R
Fuzz (1972)
Misfit cops Burt Reynolds, Raquel Welch, Jack Weston and Tom Skerritt are up to their badges in bombs when "explosive" villain Yul Brynner comes to town. Peter Bonerz, Steve Ihnat, James McEachin and Bert Remsen costar in this black comedy rated PG
Harley Davidson And The Marlboro Man (1991)
Outlaw bikers Harley Davidson (Mickey Rourke) and the Marlboro Man (Don Johnson) flee from both the law and the unlawful after mistakenly stealing underworld property. Chelsea Field, Daniel Baldwin and Vanessa Williams co-star in this sly action adventure rated R.
Hart's War (2002)
The novel by John Katzenbach (Just Cause) is the basis for this WW II drama about a young lawyer-turned-soldier (Colin Farrell) who defends a fellow American accused of murder in a P.O.W. camp, while his commanding officer (Bruce Willis) uses the trial for his own secretive purposes. Marcel Iures, Terrence Dashon Howard, Vicellous Shannon, Cole Hauser, Rory Cochrane and Jonathan Brandis costar in this clever blend of courtroom fireworks and war-story heroics from director Gregory Hoblit (Primal Fear). Rated R for Brief Nudity, Violence, Adult Language & Content
Island of the Dead (2000)
Imaginative horror thriller starring Malcolm McDowell as King, a greedy New York real estate developer who ignores prophetic warnings and purchases an island long used to bury the unknown and indigent as a site for his new resort - a decisions with disastrous consequences for King and his corporate cronies. Talisa Soto, Bruce Ramsay and Mos Def costar in this offbeat chiller. Rated R for Violence, Adult Language & Content
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001)
The slacker supporting-character heroes of "Clerks," "Chasing Amy" and "Dogma" get their own cinematic vehicle with this goofball comedy starring Jason Mewes and writer/director Kevin Smith as the eponymous duo that's trekking to Hollywood, where they hope to cash in on the movie being made about their comic book alter egos. The jaw-dropping lineup of costars includes Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Carrie Fisher, George Carlin, Shannen Doherty, James Van Der Beek, Jason Biggs, Shannon Elizabeth, Chris Rock, Judd Nelson and many more! Rated R
John Waters: This Filthy World
Filmmaker John Waters (Hairspray, Pink Flamingos) is captured live in his one-man stage show, a blend of mock confessional and standup comedy routine that ranges over the details his eclectic life. Included are observations about the making of his films and life as a criminal trial groupie, as well as helpful advice (do not sleep with people who don't own any books; what to wear if you're being put to death by electrocution). Directed by actor and Waters fan Jeff Garlin, this hilarious concert film captures a renowned raconteur at the height of his powers. We're not in Kansas anymore. 2006, rated R
Lars & the Real Girl
His entire town goes along with the delusion when a shy, lonely young man buys a sex doll on the internet and begins introducing her as his beloved girlfriend in this quirky, Oscar-nominated comedy starring Ryan Gosling, Emily Mortimer, Paul Schneider, Kelli Garner and Patricia Clarkson. 2007, PG13
Legend of the Lone Ranger
The popular cowboy hero comes to big-screen life in this lavish Western starring Klinton Spilsbury as a Texas Ranger, the sole survivor of a vicious ambush that claimed his brother's life. Unwilling to reveal his identity to his enemies, he becomes a black-masked do-gooder on the trail of the evil Butch Cavendish with his trusty sidekick Tonto (Michael Horse). Christopher Lloyd, Jason Robards and Richard Farnsworth costar in this rollicking adventure. Rated PG, 98 Mins, Violence, Adult Language & Content. For this Clayton Moore had to give up his mask?
A Low Down Dirty Shame
Down-and-out cop Andre Shame (Keenen Ivory Wayans) goes the gumshoe route for (little) fun and (less) profit. Written and directed by Wayans, this two-fisted comedy also stars Charles S. Dutton, Jada Pinkett, Salli Richardson, Kim Wayans and Gregory Sierra. Rated R for brief nudity, violence, Adult language & content
Mission Impossible 2
Tom Cruise is back for more fast-paced action in this high-intensity sequel from director John Woo (Hard Target). Cruise is Ethan Hunt, a talented government agent ordered to bring down Sean Ambrose (Dougray Scott), a rogue fellow spy who plans to auction a stolen, deadly virus to the highest bidder. The bait? Ambrose's former lover Nyah (Thandie Newton), whose beauty and charm are not lost on Ethan. Anthony Hopkins, Ving Rhames, Rade Serbedzija and Brendan Gleeson costar in this hit thriller rated PG13.
Rambo (2008)
Sylvester Stallone returns to the iconic character of John Rambo in this action sequel to Rambo 3 that finds the middle-aged veteran living quietly in Thailand as a mechanic and snake wrangler - until a group of American missionaries are caught up in the bloody Burmese civil war raging nearby and reach out to the reluctant killing machine for rescue. Julie Benz, Paul Schulze and Ken Howard costar in this long-awaited follow-up. Rated R for Rape, Brief Nudity, Graphic Violence, Language & Content
Samoura´s (2002)
A police commissioner and a pair of French children are all that stands in the way of a demon summoned forth by the law enforcer's samurai warrior ancestor in this martial arts action flick starring Yasuaki Kurata, Cyril Mourali and Mai Anh Le. Rated R for Violence, Language & Content
Return To Oz
Based on a pair of literary sequels to The Wizard of Oz, this follow-up big-screen adventure finds Dorothy (Fairuza Balk) back in the magical land where she discovers that her old friends have been turned to stone by the cruel Nome King. Nicol Williamson and Jean Marsh costar in this dark, stylish take on a fairy tale classic. Rated PG for mild violence
The Scarlet Letter
Demi Moore is Hester Prynne in this steamy adaptation of Nathaniel Hawthorne's classic novel from director Roland Joffe (The Killing Fields). When her husband Roger (Robert Duvall) is reported lost at sea, free-spirited Hester has a heated encounter with Rev. Arthur Dimmesdale (Gary Oldman), producing a child and enraging their fellow 17th century Puritan settlers, while Roger, driven mad by captivity with Indians, returns to seek the identity of his wife's lover. Joan Plowright, Robert Prosky, Roy Dotrice, Dana Ivey and Eric Schweig costar. Rated R for Rape, Nudity, Violence, Language, Content. Review by Mystery Science Theater 3000's Mike Nelsen
Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth
This wacky satire of teen horror spoofs every convention of its vapid genre with broadly funny style, following the efforts of a high school principal (Coolio) and a TV reporter (Tiffani Amber Thiessen) to uncover the truth about a series of slayings on campus. Tom Arnold and Jimmie Walker costar in this delightfully absurd lampoon with Shirley Jones as the bitter hospital nurse. 2000, rated R
Snow White: A Tale Of Terror
Sigourney Weaver is the sinister stepmom at the center of this dark twist on the story of Snow White, a grim fairy tale set in Germany's Black Forest, circa 1493. Sam Neill, David Conrad and Gil Bellows costar. Rated R
The Stepfather
Taxi Driver
"Are you lookin' at me?!" Martin Scorsese's classic film is a deeply disturbing look at the dark underbelly of New York City and one of its barely functional casualties: psychotic cabbie Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro), a militant insomniac with fixations on a young prostitute (Jodie Foster), a political campaign worker (Cybill Shepherd) and his prophecy of a day when "the scum will be washed from the streets." Harvey Keitel, Peter Boyle and Albert Brooks costar. 1976, rated R
Very Bad Things (1998)
A group of pals goes to Las Vegas for the bachelor party of one buddy about to get hitched. But things take a nasty turn when the evening's female "entertainer" is accidentally killed in the bathroom. Things go from bad to worse as the fraying fraternity of friends attempts to cover up first one mistake, then another, then another.... Christian Slater, Jeremy Piven, Daniel Stern, Cameron Diaz and Jeanne Tripplehorn costar in this murderously funny dark comedy rated R.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
In 1947 Hollywood, cartoon characters are a minority group working in movies and relegated to the inner city ToonTown district. That's where embittered gumshoe detective Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins) and superstar 'toon Roger Rabbit (Charles Fleischer) track the adulterous movements of singer Jessica (Kathleen Turner), Roger's wife, a cast which leads them to an evil genius (Christopher Lloyd) scheming to destroy all 'toons. Joanna Cassidy costars in this fast-moving special-effects extravaganza from director Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump) with many cartoon cameos from Disney and Warner Brothers. Mel Blanc, June Foray, Pat Buttram. Live-action and animated, rated PG
The Woman In Red
Mild-mannered, otherwise happily married advertising executive Gene Wilder embarks upon a madcap, near insane campaign to win the affections of a scarlet-clad mystery woman (Kelly LeBrock) in this romantic comedy directed by Wilder and costarring Joseph Bologna, Gilda Radner (his wife, playing his wife), Charles Grodin and Judith Ivey. 1984, rated PG13

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