|American Psycho II: All American Girl 2002 R, 88 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Drama
Director: Morgan J. Freeman
Cast: Mila Kunis, William Shatner, Robin Dunne, Geraint Wyn Davies, Lindy Booth, Charles Officer, Jenna Perry, Michael Kremko, Kate Kelton, Quancetia Hamilton, John Healy, Andrew Scorer, Kim Poirier, Kim Schraner, Shoshana Sperling
This Black Comedy/Horror/Crime effort takes place several years after the original ended–with a new cast. Serial killer Rachael (Mila Kunis) wants to work with the great Professor Bobby Starkman (William Shatner), the great serial-killer hunter. Rachael enrolls in his class and sets out to become his teaching assistant. When people stand in her way, they are killed off one-by-one–ending in Rachael pushing Starkman out of a window, faking her own death, and assuming a new identity. Dr. Eric Daniels (Geraint Wyn Davies) is the only one to witness Rachael's serial killings, but will he be able to stop her?
|Bionic Showdown: The Six Million $ Man and the Bionic Woman 1989 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Action
Director: Alan J. Levi
Cast: Lindsay Wagner, Lee Majors, Richard Anderson, Sandra Bullock, Robert Lansing, Josef Sommer, Lee Majors II, Jeff Yagher, Martin E. Brooks, Geraint Wyn Davies, Lawrence Dane, Carolyn Dunn, Jack Blum, Andy Dan, David Adamson
This made-for-TV film, attempting to land a series, has some good action as the Bionic Woman (Lindsay Wagner) and the Six-Million-Dollar Man (Lee Majors) unite with "young" bionic duos and go after spies who threaten U.S.-Soviet relations.
|Dancing in the Dark 1995 TV, 93 min.|
Director: Bill Corcoran
Cast: Victoria Principal, Nicholas Campbell, Robert Vaughn, Dawn Greenhalgh, Geraint Wyn Davies, Kenneth Welsh, Marcia Bennett, Robert Wagner, Maggie Huculak, Anna Louise Richardson, John Bekavac, Sheila Brand
Anna Forbes (Victoria Principal) is raped by her father-in-law. At first she keeps it a secret, but finally tells her husband. After he refuses to accept this fact, Anna is admitted to an asylum for treatment. But her problems only mount in the sadistic ward. Made for TV.
|Trilogy of Terror II 1996 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Dan Curtis
Cast: Lysette Anthony, Geraint Wyn Davies, Blake Heron, Matt Clark, Geoffrey Lewis, Richard Fitzpatrick, Thomas(2) Mitchell, Gerry Quigley, Dennis O'Connor, John McMahon
Over 20 years after his "Trilogy of Terror," Dan Curtis is back with another trio of thrillers with Lysette Anthony starring in all three. Not as good as the prior trilogy. "The Graveyard Rats"-After killing her husband, a woman realizes that information on his secret bank accounts was buried with him. But the monster rats are after her when she tries to recover the accounts. "Bobby"-A woman conducts a ritual to bring back her drowned son. It appears to have worked, but why is Bobby now after her? "He Who Kills"-In this continuation of the near-famous "Amelia" from the first trilogy, the police investigate the grisly death of Amelia and her mother and find the Zuni tribe doll. The doctor at the museum inspects the doll, which comes to life and possesses her–and here we go again.
|1. American Psycho II: All American Girl (2002)|
2. Bionic Showdown: The Six Million $ Man and the Bionic Woman (1989)
3. Dancing in the Dark (1995)
4. Trilogy of Terror II (1996)
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