|The Assistant 1997 N/R, 105 min.|
Director: Daniel Petrie
Cast: Gil Bellows, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Joan Plowright, Kate Greenhouse, Jaimz Woolvett, Dick Callahan, Frank Moore, Alon Nashman, Nicholas Van Burek, Darlene Mignacco, Sam Aaron, David Clement, Michael Ricupero, Frank Ruffo, Larry Solway
Jobs are hard to find in the early 1900s, and Frank (Gil Bellows) finds a job working in a Jewish immigrant's store. Frank hooks up with a petty thief who robs the store, and now Frank feels responsible and agrees to help the store owner. In the process, love blossoms. Based on Bernard Malamud's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel.
|Flood: A River's Rampage 1997 PG, 94 min.|
Director: Bruce Pittman
Cast: Richard Thomas, Kate Vernon, Nigel Bennett, Jan Rubes, Gabriel Hogan, Mairon Bennett, Kristen Bone, Vince Corazza, Bill MacDonald, J. Winston Carroll, Frank Moore, Scott Wickware, Sandy Crawley, Deoborah Burgess, Jane Cooke
Based on the 1993 flooding of the Mississippi River, this is the fictionalized account of two people–Herb Dellenbach (Richard Thomas) and Pat Mallory (Kate Vernon) who bring their small town together to save it from the flood waters.
|Nuremberg 2000 TV, 175 min.|
Director: Yves Simoneau
Cast: Alec Baldwin, Jill Hennessy, Brian Cox, Michael Ironside, Christopher Plummer, Max von Sydow, Matt Craven, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Scott Gibson, Colm Feore, Christopher Shyer, Frank Moore, Roger Dunn, David McIlwraith, Herbert Knaup
Alec Baldwin performs admirably as Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson to whom fell the responsibility of prosecuting Nazi war criminals Hermann Goring (Brian Cox), Rudolf Hess (Colm Feore), and Albert Speer (Herbert Knaup). A good reenactment of history and lessons that must never be forgotten.
|Rabid 1977 R, 91 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: David Cronenberg
Cast: Marilyn Chambers, Frank Moore, Joe Silver, Howard Ryshpan, Patricia Gage, Susan Roman, Roger Periard, Lynne Deragon, Terry Schonblum, Victor Desy, Julie Anna, Gary McKeehan, Terence G. Ross, Miguel Fernandes, Robert O'Ree
As a result of her medical treatment following a motorcycle accident, Rose (Marilyn Chambers) develops an insatiable taste for human blood. She uses her sexual powers to lure victims, and they, in turn, become sex-crazed creatures that roam around Montreal seeking blood for themselves. With the city in chaos, Montreal is forced to institute martial law.
|Shadow Zone: The Undead Express 1996 PG-13, 98 min.|
Genre: Horror / Drama
Director: Stephen Williams
Cast: Ron Silver, Chauncey Leopardi, Natanya Ross, Tony T. Johnson, Sherry Miller, Ron Lea, Ron White, Frank Moore, Wes Craven, Linda Carter, Derwin Jordan, Norma Dell'Agnese, Henry Chan, Wayne McNamara, Michael Rhoades
In this made-for-TV film, teenager Zach (Chauncey Leopardi) loves horror movies–until he takes a ride on the New York subway and befriends a vampire, Valentine (Ron Silver). Now, Zach is escorted through an underground world filled with danger from which Zach finally manages to escape.
|Street Justice 1989 R, 94 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Richard C. Sarafian
Cast: Michael Ontkean, Joanna Kerns, Catherine Bach, J.D. Cannon, Jeanette Nolan, Richard Cox, William Windom, Sandee Currie, David B. Nichols, Alan Scarfe, Carolyn Dunn, Albert Schultz, Frank Moore, Neil Munro, Louie Elias
A CIA agent, thought to be dead from a CIA-instigated crash while bringing a Soviet scientist to freedom, turns up after having escaped from a Russian prison. He then escapes from the CIA and heads to his hometown in New Jersey to search for his family. Finding that his wife has remarried, he proceeds to clean up the corrupt city from a ruthless family to protect his own family. Meanwhile, the CIA and corrupt family are after him. Yuk.
|1. The Assistant (1997)|
2. Flood: A River's Rampage (1997)
3. Nuremberg (2000)
4. Rabid (1977)
5. Shadow Zone: The Undead Express (1996)
6. Street Justice (1989)
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