|30 Days of Night 2007 R, 113 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: David Slade
Cast: Josh Hartnett, Melissa George, Danny Huston, Ben Foster, Mark Boone Junior, Mark Rendall, Amber Sainsbury, Manu Bennett, Megan Franich, Joel Tobeck, Elizabeth Hawthorne, Nathaniel Lees, Craig Hall
The small, remote town of Barrow, Alaska–the U.S.'s farthest north town–is plunged into darkness for 30 days each winter. Without having to worry about daytime during that month, it makes sense that vampires would converge on the small town during this time. And that's exactly what happens as an army of vampires arrive to have an uninterrupted feast. As the small community's population quickly diminishes, the town sheriffs–bickering husband and wife Eben and Stella (Josh Hartnett and Melissa George)–attempt to cope with the situation.
|Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe 2005 PG, 140 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure / Fantasy
Director: Andrew Adamson
Cast: Georgie Henley, Skandar Keynes, William Moseley, Anna Popplewell, Tilda Swinton, James McAvoy, Jim Broadbent, Liam Neeson, Kiran Shah, James Cosmo, Elizabeth Hawthorne, Judy McIntosh, Patrick Kake, Shane Rangi, Cameron Rhodes
For their own protection during the air raids of World War II, four London children–Lucy (Georgie Henley), Edmund (Skandar Keynes), Peter (William Moseley), and Susan (Anna Popplewell)–are sent to the country home of Professor Kirke (Jim Broadbent). While exploring the house, the children discover a wardrobe that leads to the magical world of Narnia. Once there, they encounter the evil White Witch (Tilda Swinton), but they get help from Aslan the Lion (Liam Neeson) and work together to rid Narnia of the White Witch. The film received an Academy Award for Best Makeup and received two additional nominations.
|The Frighteners 1996 R, 106 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Fantasy / Horror / Thriller
Director: Peter Jackson
Cast: Michael J. Fox, Trini Alvarado, Peter Dobson, John Astin, Jeffrey Combs, Dee Wallace, Chi McBride, Jim Fyfe, Julianna McCarthy, R. Lee Ermey, Jake Busey, Troy Evans, Elizabeth Hawthorne, Angela Bloomfield, Desmond Kelly
When citizens of Fairwater realize they have a problem with ghosts, they call on the services of ghostbuster Frank Bannister (Michael J. Fox) who has psychic powers that enable him to see ghosts. There have been many mysterious murders in the town, and Bannister joins forces with one victim's widow, Lucy Lunskey (Trini Alvarado), and follows the trail leading to invalid Patricia Bradley (Dee Wallace) and her mother (Julianna McCarthy) to uncover the mystery. 1 User Review
|Frank Bannister is outstanding even when he got Parkinson's||Anonymous 08/10/2012 |
| dont forget that Michael J Fox got 5 yrs parkinson's when playing in this movie. his acting does not show much taht he got parkinson's - it's brilliant. MJF usually plays on comedy films, this is SERIOUS FILM of himself I believe. But he looks so handsome on this movie. His Frank Bannister lose his wife 5 yrs ago. he can see ghosts and con people with his 3 ghost fds. he even got chance to meet pretty doctor Trini Alvarado's Lucy Lynskey.|
this movie is outstanding, even got called underrated, before I speak on, I hope that you guys would really watch this movie before all your numbers are up. this movie is one of the movies that you have to see before you decease
watch FRIGHTENERS (1996) before all your numbers are up
|Hercules and the Lost Kingdom 1994 TV, 91 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Fantasy / Action
Director: Harley Cokliss
Cast: Kevin Sorbo, Anthony Quinn, Renee O'Connor, Robert Trebor, Chic Littlewood, Eric Close, Elizabeth Hawthorne, Nathaniel Lees, Jay Saussey, John Sumner, Lee-Jane Foreman, Onno Boelee, Alex Beasley, Daniel Warren, Darren Warren
This made-for-TV adventure is a precursor to the popular series as Hercules (Kevin Sorbo), intent on saving Troy from attack, now has a new problem after the spiteful Hera hid the city.
|The Last Tattoo 1994 N/R, 110 min.|
Director: John Reid
Cast: Kerry Fox, Tony Goldwyn, Robert Loggia, Rod Steiger, John Bach, Desmond Kelly, Katie Wolf, Elizabeth Hawthorne, Tony Barry, Timothy Balme
During World War II, in New Zealand, nurse Kelly Towne (Kerry Fox) is searching for the carrier of a dangerous strain of gonorrhea that is infecting U.S. armed forces personnel who stop there on shore leave. She becomes involved in an investigation of murder and the disappearance of the murdered man's girlfriend (a former prostitute).
|Underworld: Rise of the Lycans 2009 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Action / Horror / Thriller / Fantasy
Director: Patrick Tatopoulos
Cast: Michael Sheen, Bill Nighy, Rhona Mitra, Steven Mackintosh, Kevin Grevioux, David Ashton, Geraldine Brophy, Leighton Cardno, Alexander Carroll, Elizabeth Hawthorne, Jason Hood, Craig Parker, Tania Nolan, Mark Mitchinson, Timothy Raby
Lucian (Michael Sheen) is a Lycan (werewolf) who, despite the fact that love affairs between Death Dealers (vampires) and werewolves are strictly forbidden, falls in love with Sonja (Rona Mitra) who happens to be the daughter of Death Dealer king Viktor (Bill Nighy). The vampires have persecuted the werewolves for centuries, and Lucian now leads his fellow Lycans in a revolt against Viktor in an all-out effort to gain their freedom from slavery.
|1. 30 Days of Night (2007)|
2. Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (2005)
3. The Frighteners (1996)
4. Hercules and the Lost Kingdom (1994)
5. The Last Tattoo (1994)
6. Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (2009)
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