|Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat 2000 N/R, 81 min.|
Director: David Mallet, Steven Pimlott
Cast: Donny Osmond, Richard Attenborough, Joan Collins, Maria Friedman, Robert Torti, Christopher Biggins, Alex Jennings, Ian McNeice, Nicholas Colicos
Donny Osmond performs exuberantly in his starring role as Joseph in this musical extravaganza based on the Biblical story. Music by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber ensures the quality of this one.
|The Rocky Horror Picture Show 1975 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Horror / Musical
Director: Jim Sharman
Cast: Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Richard O'Brien, Meat Loaf, Charles Gray, Nell Campbell, Patricia Quinn, Jonathan Adams, Peter Hinwood, Jeremy Newson, Hilary Labow, Perry Bedden, Christopher Biggins, Gaye Brown
This cult film revolves around Janet (Susan Sarandon) and Brad (Barry Bostwick) who have car trouble one dark, stormy night and are forced to seek shelter in a Transylvanian castle. Once inside, they meet their host, Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry), and the fun begins–for the viewer!
|The Tempest 1979 R, 95 min.|
Director: Derek Jarman
Cast: Peter Bull, David Meyer, Neil Cunningham, Heathcote Williams, Toyah Willcox, Richard Warwick, Karl Johnson, Jack Birkett, Christopher Biggins, Peter Turner, Ken Campbell, Claire Davenport, Helen Wellington-Lloyd, Elisabeth Welch, Kate Temple
Loosely based on Shakespeare's play, this film version focuses on what ensues after the King of Naples (Peter Bull) and his family are shipwrecked by a tempest at sea and washed ashore on an island occupied by his exiled son Prospero (Heathcote Williams) and Prospero's daughter Miranda (Toyah Willcox). Prospero is a sorcerer and uses the help of the airy spirit Arial (Karl Johnson) to turn his world into an idyllic place. Now, Prospero's existence is threatened with the arrival of the shipwrecked survivors and those who seek revenge.
|1. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (2000)|
2. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
3. The Tempest (1979)
In The News