|After Midnight 1989 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Jim Wheat, Ken Wheat
Cast: Jillian McWhirter, Pamela Adlon, Ramy Zada, Nadine Van der Velde, Marc McClure, Marg Helgenberger, Tracy Wells, Alan Rosenberg, Ed Managhan, Patty Avery, Judie Aronson, Monique Salcido, Penelope Sudrow, Kent Burden, Jordana Capra
While teaching a course on the psychology of fears, college Professor Edward Derek (Ramy Zada) wants his students to understand their fears. He invites his students into his home one stormy night so that they will experience fear as they talk about it. The students are told to tell stories of events that scared them, and a terrifying night ensues.
|The Boys 1991 TV, 95 min.|
Director: Glenn Jordan
Cast: James Woods, John Lithgow, Joanna Gleason, Eve Gordon, Alan Rosenberg, Rosemary Dunsmore, Rosanna Huffman, Natalia Noqulich, John Vickery, Ebbe Roe Smith, George Wallace, Jesse Bradford, Alma Martinez, Ron Recasner, Christopher Curry
Writer-partners Walter Farmer (James Woods) and Artie Margulies (John Lithgow) face Walter's lung cancer, which has been caused by second-hand smoke from Artie's smoking habit. Black comedy.
|Happy Birthday, Gemini 1980 R, 107 min.|
Director: Richard Benner
Cast: Madeline Kahn, Rita Moreno, Robert Viharo, Alan Rosenberg, Sarah Holcomb, David Marshall Grant, Timothy Jenkins
Based on Albert Innaurato's play, "Gemini," this is a psychological drama about a boy and his sexual-identity crisis.
|The King of Love 1987 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Anthony Wilkinson
Cast: Nick Mancuso, Sela Ward, Rip Torn, Michael Lerner, Alan Rosenberg, Robin Gammell, Katy Boyer, Kaaren Lee, Samantha Schacher, Yulius Zagoni
In this made-for-TV offering, a Hugh Hefner stereotype sets off a variety of emotional responses by his actions.
|Righteous Kill 2008 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Jon Avnet
Cast: Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, 50 Cent, Carla Gugino, John Leguizamo, Donnie Wahlberg, Brian Dennehy, Trilby Glover, Saidah Arrika Ekulona, Alan Rosenberg, Sterling K. Brown, Barry Primus, Melissa Leo, Alan Blumenfeld, Oleg Taktarov
New York City detectives Rooster (Al Pacino) and Turk (Robert De Niro) are on the trail of a serial killer who leaves poems justifying his actions at the scene of the crimes. The killer seems to have ties to a case four years before when Turk set up an acquitted killer by planting a gun in his apartment. Detectives Perez (John Leguizamo) and Riley (Donnie Wahlberg) join the case after working on a similar murder case, and Perez begins to suspect that there is more to Turk than meets the eye. Even Turk's girlfriend Detective Karen Corelli (Carla Gugino) begins to question his actions–especially after the gun that Turk planted in the acquitted man's apartment appears to have a connection with the guns left at the scenes by the serial killer they are pursuing.
|Stewardess School 1987 R, 84 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Action
Director: Ken Blancato
Cast: Judy Landers, Don Most, Mary Cadorette, Brett Cullen, Sandahl Bergman, Sherman Hemsley, Vito Scotti, Vicki Frederick, Wendie Jo Sperber, Dennis Burkley, Rob Paulson, Julia Montgomery, Corinne Bohrer, William Bogert, Alan Rosenberg
A group of misfits enter a school to train as filight attendants. One way or another, they make it through school and now must take their final test: a transcontinental airplane trip.
|The Wanderers 1979 R, 113 min.|
Director: Philip Kaufman
Cast: Ken Wahl, John Friedrich, Karen Allen, Toni Kalem, Alan Rosenberg, Jim Youngs, Tony Ganios, Linda Manz, Samm-Art Williams, Val Avery, Olympia Dukakis, William Andrews
Based on Richard Price's novel, this parody on 1960s movies focuses on ethnic gangs at a Bronx high school. The gangs–the Irish Ducky Boys, the Baddies, the Wongs, and the Fordham Baddies–come to terms with themselves and each other in this film, which has become a cult favorite.
|Witch Hunt 1994 R, 100 min.|
Director: Paul Schrader
Cast: Dennis Hopper, Penelope Ann Miller, Eric Bogosian, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Julian Sands, Valerie Mahaffey, John Epperson, Debi Mazar, Alan Rosenberg, Christopher John Fields
Set in 1953, this made-for-cable-TV film is another takeoff on the McCarthy era. Witchcraft and magic are commonplace and Senator Larson Crockett (Eric Bogosian) is holding hearings on this threat to the American way of life. Meanwhile, private investigator Lovecraft (Dennis Hopper) is hired to investigate an infidelity case. When the subject is a victim of a magic spell, Lovecraft, who is one of the few who refuse to use magic, must get to the bottom of the conspiracy before his employer (the victim's wife) is burned at the stake.
|1. After Midnight (1989)|
2. The Boys (1991)
3. Happy Birthday, Gemini (1980)
4. The King of Love (1987)
5. Righteous Kill (2008)
6. Stewardess School (1987)
7. The Wanderers (1979)
8. Witch Hunt (1994)
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