|Critters 2: The Main Course 1988 PG-13, 87 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Comedy / Horror / Thriller
aka: Critters 2
Director: Mick Garris
Cast: Scott Grimes, Liane Alexandra Curtis, Don Keith Opper, Barry Corbin, Tom Hodges, Sam Anderson, Lindsay Parker, Terrence Mann, Eddie Deezen, Herta Ware, Cynthia Garis, Al Stevenson, Douglas Rowe, Frank Birney, Lin Shaye
Just when Brad (Scott Grimes) returns to visit his family, our ferocious furry friends return to Grovers Bend, Kansas, after being mistaken for Easter eggs. The Critter eggs hatch, and mayhem ensues once again. Charlie (Don Keith Opper) works to help the townsfolk gather together to stop the rampaging Critters from devouring the town.
|The Incident 1990 TV, 95 min.|
Director: Joseph Sargent
Cast: Walter Matthau, Susan Blakely, Robert Carradine, Peter Firth, Barnard Hughes, Harry Morgan, William Schallert, Ariana Richards, Norbert Weisser, Helen Stenborg, Douglas Rowe, Joe Horvath, Henry Crowell Jr., David Underwood, Robert MacKenzie
In a small town during World War II, Harmon Cobb (Walter Matthau) reluctantly defends Nazi POW Geiger (Peter Firth) who is charged with the death of the town's doctor (Barnard Hughes). While the townsfolk are ready for a hanging, presiding Judge Bell tells Cobb that he is not to vigorously pursue the case, which becomes more complicated than expected when Cobb finds that there is a cover-up at the POW camp. Made for TV.
|Scandal Sheet 1985 TV, 100 min.|
Director: David Lowell Rich
Cast: Burt Lancaster, Lauren Hutton, Pamela Reed, Robert Urich, Bobby DiCicco, Trey Wilson, Frances McDormand, Peter Jurasik, Penelope Windust, Rance Howard, Susan Peretz, Lois De Banzie, Jim Baker, Douglas Rowe, Belita Moreno
Harold Fallen (Burt Lancaster) is the ruthless publisher of a tabloid, and now he is after Ben (Robert Urich)–an actor with an alcohol problem who is trying to make a comeback. Lancaster is very good as the despicable newspaperman.
|1. Critters 2: The Main Course (1988)|
aka: Critters 2
2. The Incident (1990)
3. Scandal Sheet (1985)
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