|Friday the 13th, Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan 1989 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Rob Hedden
Cast: Jensen Daggett, Kane Hodder, Peter Mark Richman, Scott Reeves, Barbara Bingham, Vincent Craig Dupree, Todd Caldecott, Tiffany Paulsen, Tim Mirkovich, Alex Diakun, Warren Munson, Fred Henderson, Gordon Currie, Saffron Henderson, Martin Cummins
In this slasher film in the "Friday the 13th" series, Jason (Kane Hodder) is again resurrected–this time when an anchor tears a cable releasing electricity into him. He boards a cruise ship filled with Crystal Lake teenagers heading to Manhattan for their senior class trip. Among the teens is Rennie Wickham (Jensen Daggett) who Jason almost drowned when she was younger. Jason kills many of the students on the boat and then follows the surviving teens to Manhattan where he roams through the city continuing his violent murders.
|Harmony Cats 1993 N/R, 104 min.|
Genre: Musical / Comedy
Director: Sandy Wilson
Cast: Kim Coates, Jim Byrnes, Hoyt Axton, Charlene Fernetz, Lisa Brokop, Beverley Elliott, Blu Mankuma, Dave "Squatch" Ward, Tamsin Kelsey, James Kidnie, Alex Diakun, Stephen Dimopoulos
After he loses his job as a symphony violinist, Graham (Kim Coates) leaves girlfriend Jane (Charlene Fernetz) to tour with Frank Hay's (Jim Byrnes) country-western band. Problems arise when Jane suspects that there is more than meets the eye in the relationship between Graham and Frank's daughter, Debbie (Lisa Brokop).
|Malone 1987 R, 92 min.|
Director: Harley Cokliss
Cast: Burt Reynolds, Cliff Robertson, Kenneth McMillan, Cynthia Gibb, Lauren Hutton, Philip Anglim, Scott Wilson, Tracey Walker, Dennis Burkley, Alex Diakun
Action, action, and more action make up this good guys vs. bad guys story. Burt Reynolds is on the run, and this movie is pure Burt Reynolds. Not a bad flick.
|The X-Files: I Want to Believe 2008 PG-13, 105 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: Chris Carter
Cast: David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Amanda Peet, Billy Connolly, Xzibit, Callum Keith Rennie, Adam Godley, Alex Diakun, Nicki Aycox, Fagin Woodcock, Marco Niccoli, Carrie Ruscheinsky, Spencer Maybee, Veronika Hadrava, Denis Krasnogolov
In this second film based on the popular, award-winning television series, top-secret agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) have left the FBI but are called back. FBI Agent Dakota Whitney (Amanda Peet) is working on a case involving a missing female FBI agent and needs their help. A priest, Father Joseph Crissman (Billy Connelly), claims that he has been having visions about the disappearance and leads them to an arm buried in the snow. Now, the subject of ESP divides those working on the case as some agents begin to question whether or not Crissman has a connection to the case that he is keeping hidden.
|You Know My Name 1999 TV, 94 min.|
Genre: Western / Drama
Director: John Kent Harrison
Cast: Sam Elliott, Arliss Howard, Carolyn McCormick, James Gammon, R. Lee Ermey, James Parks, Walter Olkewicz, Sheila McCarthy, Nataalia Rey, Jonathan Young, Perla Batalla, Walter Olkewicz, Marilyn Norry, Alexander Pollock, Alex Diakun
In 1924, early Western film director/producer Bill Tilghman (Sam Elliott) retired and is then called to serve as chief of police in Cromwell, Oklahoma. He accepts the offer and upon arrival in "the most sinful town in the West" tries to take control of Cromwell away from cocaine-addicted prohibition agent Wiley (Arliss Howard). But, the task proves to be very difficult. Based on true accounts of Bill Tilghman's life. 1 User Review
|Anonymous 05/24/2012 |
| one of his best acting parts|
|1. Friday the 13th, Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)|
2. Harmony Cats (1993)
3. Malone (1987)
4. The X-Files: I Want to Believe (2008)
5. You Know My Name (1999)
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