|Lilith 1964 N/R, 112 min.|
Director: Robert Rossen
Cast: Warren Beatty, Jean Seberg, Peter Fonda, Kim Hunter, Gene Hackman, Anne Meacham, James Patterson, Jessica Walter, Rene Auberjonois, Olympia Dukakis, Robert Reilly, Harvey Jason, Harry Northup, Alice Spivak, Charles Tyner
Vincent Bruce (Warren Beatty) is an occupational therapist in a mental hospital whose life is ruined when he becomes involved with a patient, Lilith (Jean Seberg). They begin a passionate affair, and then Vincent learns that Lilith is also having an affair with a woman (Anne Meacham). Meanwhile, another patient, Stephen (Peter Fonda), commits suicide because Lilith will not pay attention to him. When Vincent realizes that he is in danger of losing his own sanity, he seeks help from psychiatrists. But, will it be too late? This is Gene Hackman's film debut.
|Seizure 1974 PG, 93 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Oliver Stone
Cast: Jonathan Frid, Martine Beswick, Christina Pickles, Joseph Sirola, Herve Villechaize, Mary Woronov, Troy Donahue, Anne Meacham, Roger De Koven, Richard Cox, Lucy Bingham, Alexis Kirk, Henry Judd Baker, Timothy Ousey, Timothy Rowse
Horror story novelist Edmond Blackstone has been suffering from nightmares about three characters from his book terrorizing his family and friends. The dreams become reality when the Blackstones and their friends are forced to endure fatal party games when they fall into the hands of evil uninvited guests–Queen of Evil (Martine Beswick), executioner Jackal (Henry Judd Baker), and dwarf Spider (Herve Villechaize)–at the Blackstone manse.
|1. Lilith (1964)|
2. Seizure (1974)
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