|3 Ninjas Kick Back 1994 PG, 99 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Action
Director: Charles T. Kanganis
Cast: Victor Wong, Max Elliott Slade, Sean Fox, J. Evan Bonifant, Caroline Junko King, Dustin Nguyen, Alan McRae, Sab Shimono, Margarita Franco, Jason Schombing, Angelo Tiffe, Don Stark, Kellye Nakahara, Tommy Clark, Scott Caudill
The 3 ninja brothers–Rocky (Sean Fox), Colt (Max Elliott Slade), and Tum Tum (J. Evan Bonifant)–who are the grandsons of a ninja master (Victor Wong), are back fighting off an evil gang in this action-packed film. Their Grandfather has taught them martial arts skills, and they call off a Little League baseball game and head to Japan to help Grandpa rescue a ceremonial dagger from a previous game. With help from teenager Miyo (Caroline Junko King), they recover the dagger and, in the process, teach Miyo a few things about baseball.
|3 Ninjas Knuckle Up 1995 PG-13, 85 min.|
Genre: Family / Action / Comedy
Director: Simon Sheen
Cast: Victor Wong, Charles Napier, Michael Treanor, Max Elliott Slade, Chad Power, Crystle Lightning, Patrick Kilpatrick, Don Shanks, Nick Ramus, Donal Logue, Sheldon Peters Wolfchild, Vincent Schiavelli, Selina Jayne, Don Stark, Kait Lyn Mathews
After sitting on the shelf for three years, this is another in the comedy/martial arts series. This time, Grampa's (Victor Wong) young heroes–Rocky, Colt, and Tum Tum (Michael Treanor, Max Elliott Slade, and Chad Power)–set out to help an Indian tribe whose land is being used as a toxic-waste dump by the town's rich boss Jack (Charles Napier).
|Bloodfist V: Human Target 1993 R, 85 min.|
aka: Human Target
Director: Jeff Yonis
Cast: Don "The Dragon" Wilson, Denice Duff, Yuji Okumoto, Don Stark, Danny Lopez, Steve(2) James, Michael Yama, Kelly Jones, Neil Levin, Art Camacho, Dennis Keiffer, Sharon Lawrence, Dee McCafferty, Wesley Leong, David Loo
FBI agent Jimmy (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) is on the trail of Asian illegal gun dealers when two thugs do a number on him, leaving our hero in the hospital with amnesia. Now, not only are the baddies after him, but so is the FBI, and Jimmy is not sure whose side he's on.
|Choices 1981 PG, 90 min.|
Director: Silvio Narizzano
Cast: Paul Carafotes, Victor French, Val Avery, Lelia Goldoni, Dennis Patrick, Don Stark, Demi Moore, William R. Moses, Stephen Nichols, Pat Buttram
Good student John Carluccio (Paul Carafotes) also plays football for his high school. After he is diagnosed with partial deafness, he is told by the school that he can no longer play football. This alienates John and causes him to get in with the wrong crowd. That girlfriend of John's is Demi Moore in her first film, brief though it is.
|Feds 1988 PG-13, 83 min.|
Director: Dan Goldberg
Cast: Rebecca De Mornay, Mary Gross, Ken Marshall, Fred Dalton Thompson, Larry Cedar, Rex Ryon, Don Stark, David Sherrill, Jon Cedar, Tony Longo, Raymond Singer, James Luisi, Norman Bernard, Bradley Weissman, Michael Chieffo
Two women cadets, Ellie DeWitt (Rebecca De Mornay) and Janis Zuckermann (Mary Gross), at the FBI Academy are tested by rigorous training and use their wits to qualify for graduation.
|Heaven's Prisoners 1996 R, 132 min.|
Director: Phil Joanou
Cast: Alec Baldwin, Kelly Lynch, Eric Roberts, Mary Stuart Masterson, Teri Hatcher, Vondie Curtis-Hall, Badja Djola, Don Stark
Based on James Lee Burke's detective series, this film features Alec Baldwin as ex-cop Dave Robicheaux who, with his wife (Kelly Lynch), looks into the mystery behind a plane crash and does not come up empty-handed.
|Letters from a Killer 1998 R, 104 min.|
Director: David Carson
Cast: Patrick Swayze, Gia Carides, Kim Myers, Tina Lifford, Elizabeth Ruscio, Olivia Birkelund, Roger E. Mosley, Bruce McGill, Mark Rolston, Don Stark
Race Darnell (Patrick Swayze), falsely accused of murdering his wife, spends spare moments on death row sending love letters to lonely women. But one of the recipients is BIG trouble when she decides to avenge her broken heart.
|Revenge of the Red Baron 1994 PG-13, 90 min.|
Genre: Horror / Fantasy / Comedy
aka: Plane Fear
Director: Robert Gordon
Cast: Mickey Rooney, Tobey Maguire, Laraine Newman, Cliff De Young, Ronnie Schell, John C. McDonnell, Don Stark, Kristin Horton, Gerry Gibson, Michael McDonald, Ted Davis, Jim Wise
Grandpa Spencer (Mickey Rooney) was a World War I flying ace and is now 93 years old and sits in a wheelchair. His grandson, Jimmy (Tobey Maguire), needs help. Jimmy owns a model triplane that is possessed by that infamous World War I Red Baron (voice of John C. McDonnell) who is now shooting real bullets. Who does Jimmy turn to? Why, Grandpa, of course, because he is the one who shot down the real Red Baron during the war.
|Switchblade Sisters 1975 R, 91 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action
aka: The Jezebels
Director: Jack Hill
Cast: Robbie Lee, Joanne Nail, Monica Gayle, Marlene Clark, Kitty Bruce, Michael B. Miller, Asher Brauner, Chase Newhart, Janice Karman, Don Stark, Don Marino, Helene Nelson, Bill Adler, Paul Lichtman, Kate Murtagh
The plot of this early Quentin Tarantino film involves gang warfare as the leader of the Dagger Debs (Robbie Lee) fights off Maggie (Joanne Nail) who wants to become gang leader. This film was rereleased in 1996 under Quentin Reynold's Rolling Thunder label.
|Tilt 1979 PG, 112 min.|
Director: Rudy Durand
Cast: Brooke Shields, Ken Marshall, Charles Durning, John Crawford, Gregory Walcott, Karen Lamm, Robert Brian Berger, Lorenzo Lamas, Geoffrey Lewis, Don Stark
Young Tilt (Brooke Shields) is a pinball wizard and leaves home to head across country with would-be rock star Neil (Ken Marshall). They hustle their way along, until the ultimate test–a game with pinball champ "The Whale" (Charles Durning). Highlight: watching the game from inside the machine.
|1. 3 Ninjas Kick Back (1994)|
2. 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up (1995)
3. Bloodfist V: Human Target (1993)
aka: Human Target
4. Choices (1981)
5. Evilspeak (1981)
6. Feds (1988)
7. Heaven's Prisoners (1996)
8. Letters from a Killer (1998)
9. Revenge of the Red Baron (1994)
aka: Plane Fear
10. Switchblade Sisters (1975)
aka: The Jezebels
aka: Playgirl Gang
11. Tilt (1979)
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