|Equus 1977 R, 137 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Horror
Director: Sidney Lumet
Cast: Richard Burton, Peter Firth, Colin Blakely, Joan Plowright, Harry Andrews, Eileen Atkins, Jenny Agutter, Kate Reid, John Wyman, Elva Mai Hoover, Ken James, Patrick Brymer, David Gardner, James Hurdle, Karen Pearson
Through an act of violence, stable boy Alan Strang (Peter Firth) has blinded the horses he is supposed to tend. Dr. Dysart (Richard Burton) is called in to psychoanalyze Alan in order to find unconscious motivations for his cruel actions. Richard Burton was nominated for an Oscar for his role as the psychiatrist.
|The Gate II: Trespassers 1990 PG-13, 90 min.|
Genre: Fantasy / Horror / Comedy / Thriller
Director: Tibor Takacs
Cast: Louis Tripp, Simon Reynolds, James Villemaire, Pamela Adlon, Neil Munro, James Kidnie, Irene Pauzer, Larry O'Brey, Elva Mai Hoover, Gerry Mendicino, Mark Saunders, Todd Waite, Layne Coleman, Anita Olanick, Edward Leefe
It's been five years since the gates of Hell were opened and shut, and Terry (Louis Tripp) is the only one of the original protagonists left in town. But things aren't going well for Terry–or his father. So, Terry decides to try to re-open the gates by going through a ritual and try to make a deal with the demons. It works, and one of the small demons appears. At first, things are great as wishes are granted, but things go sour and Terry must again fight the creatures while trying to re-close the gate.
|Losing Chase 1996 R, 92 min.|
Director: Kevin Bacon
Cast: Helen Mirren, Kyra Sedgwick, Beau Bridges, Michael Yarmush, Lucas Denton, Elva Mai Hoover, Nancy Beatty, Rino Romano, Simon Reynolds, Ron Gabriel
In Kevin Bacon's directorial debut, he presents this story of Chase Philips (Helen Mirren) who returns home to Martha's Vineyard to recover from her nervous breakdown. The story centers on Chase's growing relationship with Elizabeth Cole (Kyra Sedgwick), a younger woman hired to take care of the Philips children.
|1. Equus (1977)|
2. The Gate II: Trespassers (1990)
3. Losing Chase (1996)
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