|Alone in the Dark 1982 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Jack Sholder
Cast: Jack Palance, Donald Pleasence, Martin Landau, Dwight Schultz, Deborah Hedwall, Erland van Lidth, Lee Taylor-Allan, Phillip Clark, Elizabeth Ward, Brent Jennings, Gordon Watkins, Lin Shaye, Keith Reddin, Annie Korzen, Carol Levy
When a power outage occurs, inmates (Jack Palance, Martin Landau, Erland Van Lidth, and Philip Clark) escape from the local asylum. They arrive at the home of hated psychiatrist Dr. Dan Potter (Dwight Schultz) and terrorize Potter and his family before moving on to other parts of the darkened town.
|Dial M for Murder 1981 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Boris Sagal
Cast: Angie Dickinson, Christopher Plummer, Anthony Quayle, Michael Parks, Ron Moody, Gerry Gibson, Dwight Schultz, Alan Coates, John Touchstone, Leo Lewis
In this made-for-TV film, wealthy Tony Wendice (Christopher Plummer) arranges to have his wife Margot (Angie Dickinson) murdered. But, Margot fights off her attempted murderer and kills him. When Tony tells the police that it was a case of premeditated murder, Margot is found guilty and sentenced to hang. Now, it is up to police Inspector Hubbard (Anthony Quayle) to get to the bottom of the mystery and save Margot's life. Director Boris Sagal uses some of Alfred Hitchcock's touches and makes this film enjoyable.
|The Fan 1981 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller / Horror
Director: Edward Bianchi
Cast: Lauren Bacall, James Garner, Maureen Stapleton, Hector Elizondo, Michael Biehn, Anna Maria Horsford, Kurt Johnson, Dwight Schultz, Dana Delany, Kaiulani Lee, Feiga Martinez, Reed Jones, Charles Blackwell, Terence Marinan, Lesley Rogers
Sally Ross (Lauren Bacall) is a stage star who has a BIG fan, Douglas Breen (Michael Biehn). The trouble is, Douglas is psychotic and is now stalking her since Sally has rejected him. If he can't have her, he will make sure that no one else can, and he attacks her on the subway.
|Fat Man and Little Boy 1989 PG-13, 125 min.|
Director: Roland Joffe
Cast: Paul Newman, Dwight Schultz, Bonnie Bedelia, John Cusack, Laura Dern, Natasha Richardson, John C. McGinley, Ron Frazier, Del Close, John Considine, Ron Vawter, Michael Brockman, Allan Corduner, Joe D'Angerio, Jon DeVries
This is the story of the building of the atomic bomb and the interplay between military and science to achieve success.
|Kaena: The Prophecy 2003 PG-13, 85 min.|
Genre: Animation / Family / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Fantasy
Director: Chris Delaporte, Pascal Pinon
Cast: Kirsten Dunst, Richard Harris, Anjelica Huston, Keith David, Michael McShane, Greg Proops, Tom Kenny, Tara Strong, Dwight Schultz, Gary Martin, John Di Maggio, Ciara Janson, William Attenborough, Cornell John, Jennifer Darling
In this animated story from France, the inhabitants on AXIS (a giant, coiled plant that grows in the clouds) are in trouble. Although they have prayed to their gods, no help comes. So, rebel teenager Kaena (Kirsten Dunst) sets off to get answers and along the way meets humanoid space alien Opez (Richard Harris). Opez holds the solution to the problems, but the quest proves more difficult when the Queen of the Selenites (Anjelica Huston) wants Kaena and Opez dead.
|The Long Walk Home 1990 PG, 97 min.|
Director: Richard Pearce
Cast: Sissy Spacek, Whoopi Goldberg, Dwight Schultz, Ving Rhames, Dylan Baker, Erika Alexander, Lexi Randall, Richard Habersham, Jason Weaver, Mary Steenburgen, Crystal Robbins, Cherene Snow, Chelcie Ross, Dan Butler, Philip Sterling
Set in 1955, in Montgomery, Alabama, when Dr. Martin Luther King led the boycott of the city's transportation system, the turmoil and racial conflicts are seen through the eyes of two families. Odessa Cotter (Whoopi Goldberg) and her husband Herbert (Ving Rhames) have three children and she is a maid for Miriam and Norman Thompson (Sissy Spacek and Dwight Schultz), a well-to-do couple. Miriam becomes an activist for the cause while Norman goes the other direction. A good depiction of an important time in American history. 1 User Review
|The Long Walk Home||eliza 07/07/2012 |
| A must see for all American's studying American history so we never forget the struggles that all blacks were subjected to during their quest for equal rights. It needs to be reiterated that the white man did all he could to destroy the dreams, goals, and lives of other human beings because of ignorance and fear. Change is inevitable through life and it needs to be embraced. Sissy saw that and decided to take the road less travel despite the ramifications she would endure. The black people peacefully stayed away from the buses, despite a year long battle to gain the right to sit anywhere on the bus. They walked miles before and after work whether it was pouring, humid, or cold. Peacefully they joined only to endure more hate. I believe there is no greater hate than jealousy based on fear. Perhaps America would be a better place if people had faith in their fellow man. Sissy could no longer turn a blinds eye to the suffering she saw everyday despite Whoopi Goldberg suppressing her emotion. What a treat!!!|
|Star Trek: First Contact 1996 PG-13, 111 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Action / Adventure / Thriller
Director: Jonathan Frakes
Cast: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Gates McFadden, Marina Sirtis, James Cromwell, Alfre Woodard, Alice Krige, Michael Horton, Neal McDonough, Robert Picardo, Marnie McPhail, Dwight Schultz
It is the 24th century, and the Enterprise is on a mission in space when Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and his crew become involved in a battle between a Borg Cube and Federation ships. The Enterprise destroys the Cube, but part of it escapes. Now, the alien Borgs, led by Borg Queen (Alice Krige), are set to attack Earth. The Enterprise chases the Borgs but end up in a time distortion and are now in the 21st century. The only hope is for warp drive inventor Zefram Cochran (James Cromwell) to make a faster-than-light trip to the stars.
|The Temp 1993 R, 96 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Tom Holland
Cast: Timothy Hutton, Lara Flynn Boyle, Faye Dunaway, Dwight Schultz, Oliver Platt, Steven Weber, Scott Coffey, Dakin Matthews, Colleen Flynn, Maura Tierney, Lin Shaye, Jesse Vint
Kris Bolin (Lara Flynn Boyle) fills in as a temporary office assistant when Peter Dern's (Timothy Hutton) secretary goes on vacation. Murder and mayhem quickly follow her arrival as the corporate office is turned into her own "playhouse."
|1. Alone in the Dark (1982)|
2. Dial M for Murder (1981)
3. The Fan (1981)
4. Fat Man and Little Boy (1989)
5. Kaena: The Prophecy (2003)
6. The Long Walk Home (1990)
7. Star Trek: First Contact (1996)
8. The Temp (1993)
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