|American Gothic 1988 R, 89 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: John Hough
Cast: Rod Steiger, Yvonne De Carlo, Sarah Torgov, Mark Lindsay Chapman, Fiona Hutchison, Michael J. Pollard, William Hootkins, Terry Kelly, Mark Ericksen, Caroline Barclay, Stephen Shellen, Janet Wright
While flying together on their way to a camping trip, six friends are forced by engine trouble to land on a remote island. They are taken into the home of Pa and Ma (Rod Steiger and Yvonne De Carlo) and meet their psychotic children Woody (Michael J. Pollard) and Fanny (Janet Wright). Staying with Pa and Ma is not a good decision, and the "houseguests" are killed off–one at a time.
|Bail Out 1989 R, 88 min.|
aka: W.B., Blue and the Bean
Director: Max Kleven
Cast: David Hasselhoff, Linda Blair, Tony Brubaker, Thomas Rosales Jr., John Vernon, Gregory Scott Cummins, Wayne Montanio, Jack Jozefson, Sheree Bodoff, Valerie Swift, Bob Minor, Caroline Barclay, Clay M. Lilley
Bounty hunters White Bread, Blue, and Bean (David Hasselhoff, Tony Brubaker, and Thomas Rosales Jr.) are hired to watch after wealthy Nettie (Linda Blair) who is scheduled to testify after witnessing a murder. When Nettie is abducted by a drug kingpin, our heroes head south to Mexico in hot pursuit. Gross language and nudity abound.
|Black Day, Blue Night 1995 R, 110 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Adventure
Director: J.S. Cardone
Cast: Gil Bellows, Mia Sara, Michelle Forbes, J.T. Walsh, Tim Guinee, F.J. Flynn, John Beck, Norman Patrick Brown, Benjamin Lum, Kellye Nakahara, Michael Holmes, Thomas Redhouse, Caroline Barclay, Kirk Baily, Jack Leal
Rinda Wooley (Michelle Forbes) and Hallie Schrag (Mia Sara) pick up hitchhiker Dodge (Gil Bellows) who could be a murderer, and their search for adventure turns from pure pleasure seeking to dangerous.
|Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh 1995 R, 94 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Fantasy
Director: Bill Condon
Cast: Kelly Rowan, Tony Todd, Timothy Carhart, Veronica Cartwright, William O'Leary, Fay Hauser, Matt Clark, Bill Nunn, David Gianopoulos, Joshua Gibran Mayweather, Caroline Barclay, Michael Bergeron, Brianna Blanchard, Clotiel Bordeltier, Russell Buchanan
The Candyman (Tony Todd) is sort of a ghost whose evil powers are unleashed as he kills people living in New Orleans' French Quarter. Schoolteacher Annie (Kelly Rowan) tries to convince her students that Candyman is simply a legend and says his name into a mirror, which is how those who believe say they can summon him. Nothing happens, but that night Candyman appears and kills Annie's husband Paul (Timothy Carhart). Annie learns that her family is connected to Candyman and goes to her family's ancestral home where she smashes the mirror to destroy Candyman. But, will her actions really cause the end of Candyman?
|The Game 1997 R, 128 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Thriller / Mystery
Director: David Fincher
Cast: Michael Douglas, Sean Penn, Deborah Kara Unger, James Rebhorn, Anna Katerina, Peter Donat, Carroll Baker, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Charles Martinet, Scott Hunter McGuire, John Aprea, Daniel Shorr, Elizabeth Dennehy, Florentine Mocanu, Caroline Barclay
Accepting an unusual birthday gift–for the "man who has everything"–from his brother Conrad (Sean Penn), wealthy recluse Nicholas Van Orton (Michael Douglas) enters the live-action "Game," a real-life game designed by Consumer Recreation Services. Nicholas' ordered lifestyle is turned upside down when he becomes deeply involved in the game and begins to suspect that his particular game is an attempt to steal his fortune, drive him insane, and even kill him.
|1. American Gothic (1988)|
2. Bail Out (1989)
aka: W.B., Blue and the Bean
3. Black Day, Blue Night (1995)
4. Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (1995)
5. The Game (1997)
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