|The Apocalypse Watch 1997 TV, 174 min.|
Director: Kevin Connor
Cast: Patrick Bergin, John Shea, Virginia Madsen, Benedick Blythe, Malcolm Tierney, Al Matthews, Ted Maynard, Christopher Neame, David Cheung, James Aubrey, James Faulkner, Daphne Cheung, Glynis Barber, Alan Shearman, Geoffrey Toone
Terrorist attacks are breaking out across England, and two members of the CIA, brothers Drew and Harry (Patrick Bergin and John Shea), enter the fray to find out what is going on. They are joined by the girlfriend, Karin (Virginia Madsen), of their CIA brother who was killed by the terrorists. What they find is a vast organization of neo-Nazis. Based on a Robert Ludlum novel by the same name.
|Beings 1998 N/R, 91 min.|
Genre: Western / Romance
aka: The Fairy King of Ar
Director: Paul Matthews
Cast: Corbin Bernsen, Malcolm McDowell, Jameson Baltes, Brittney Bomann, Glynis Barber, Leigh Greyvenstein, Anne Curteis, Gavin Hood, Ron Smerczak, Philip Godawa, Byron Taylor, Amanda Lane, Helene Lombard, David Clatworthy, Bunbury Tarset
Kyle and Evie Preston's (Jameson Baltes and Brittney Bowmann) grandmother told them magical stories about fairies trapped under the ground by giants. When their grandmother dies, Kyle and Evie inherit a cottage in the woods and a gold mine under the creek that is on the property. They discover that there are fairies living in the mine and that the fairies have the cure for Kyle and Evie's terminally ill father Rob (Corbin Bernsen). Kyle and Evie free the fairies, and Rob's life is saved.
|Deja Vu 1997 PG-13, 116 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Henry Jaglom
Cast: Stephen Dillane, Victoria Foyt, Vanessa Redgrave, Glynis Barber, Michael Brandon, Vernon Dobtcheff, Graydon Gould, Noel Harrison, Aviva Marks, Anna Massey, Rachel Kempson, Wael Jolani, Karin Loevy, David Rubin, Amnon Meskin
When Sean (Stephen Dillane) and Dana (Victoria Foyt) meet in Paris, they fall in love instantly. But, neither one is available, and, to make matters worse, Dana learns that Sean and his wife Claire (Glynis Barber) are vacationing at the same guest house that she will be visiting with her business partner fiance, Alex (Michael Brandon).
|Edge of Sanity 1989 R, 85 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Gerard Kikoine
Cast: Anthony Perkins, Glynis Barber, Sarah Maur Thorp, David Lodge, Ben Cole, Ray Jewers, Jill Melford, Lisa Davis, Noel Coleman, Briony McRoberts, Mark Elliot, Harry Landis, Jill Pearson, Basis Hoskins, Ruth Burnett
In another adaptation Stevenson's "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," Anthony Perkins plays the Doctor who, in this version, turns into a Jack the Ripper-like Mr. Hyde after his monkey knocks over a bottle of ether into some cocaine being used to create a new anesthetic. The resulting fumes do their thing, and Jack is on his way to rid the world of prostitutes.
|The Hound of the Baskervilles 1983 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Horror
Director: Douglas Hickox
Cast: Ian Richardson, Donald Churchill, Martin Shaw, Denholm Elliott, Brian Blessed, Ronald Lacey, Eleanor Bron, Edward Judd, Nicholas Clay, Glynis Barber, Connie Booth, Eric Richard, Michael Burrell, Peter Rutherford, David Langton
Dr. Mortimer (Denholm Elliott) hires Sherlock Holmes (Ian Richardson) to investigate the murder of Sir Charles Baskerville. Mortimer tells Holmes that 350 years ago Hugo Baskerville traded his soul to the devil, and all of his ancestors have fallen under a curse and have been murdered when they inherited the Baskerville dynasty. Mortimer wants to protect the new heir, Sir Henry (Martin Shaw), from suffering the same fate. Holmes sends Dr. Watson (Donald Churchill) to investigate while Holmes, unbeknownst to Watson, arrives on the scene disguised as a gypsy to find the culprit.
|1. The Apocalypse Watch (1997)|
2. Beings (1998)
aka: The Fairy King of Ar
3. Deja Vu (1997)
4. Edge of Sanity (1989)
5. The Hound of the Baskervilles (1983)
6. The Wicked Lady (1983)
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