|Assault on Precinct 13 2005 R, 109 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Jean-Francois Richet
Cast: Ethan Hawke, Laurence Fishburne, Maria Bello, Ja Rule, Drea de Matteo, Matt Craven, John Leguizamo, Brian Dennehy, Gabriel Byrne, Aisha Hinds, Fulvio Cecere, Kim Coates, Currie Graham, Peter Bryant, Hugh Dillon
In the midst of a blizzard, four prisoners–Beck (John Leguizamo), Smiley (Ja Rule), Anna (Aisha Hinds), and crime lord Marion Bishop (Laurence Fishburne)–are delivered to Precinct 13 in Detroit on New Year's Eve. A SWAT team is concerned that Bishop will testify against their chief Marcus Duvall (Gabriel Byrne), and the team arrives at the isolated police station plotting to destroy Duvall. Landlines are cut, and cell-phone channels are cut off. Inside the station, in an effort to survive, Sergeant Jake Roenick (Ethan Hawke) and his staff–Jasper O'Shea (Brian Dennehy) and Iris Ferry (Drea de Matteo)–are forced into becoming allies with the prisoners to fight off the assault.
|Ginger Snaps 3 2004 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
aka: Ginger Snaps Back
Director: Grant Harvey
Cast: Katharine Isabelle, Emily Perkins, Nathaniel Arcand, Tom McCamus, JR Bourne, David MacInnis, David La Haye, Hugh Dillon, Brendan Fletcher, Matthew Walker, Adrien Dorval
This prequel to the previous entries begins with our young heroines, Ginger (Katharine Isabelle) and Brigitte (Emily Perkins), trekking through wintry 19th-century Canada (perhaps ancestors of the look-alike, talk-alike girls of the previous episodes). They meet up with an Indian fur trapper who takes them to a fort containing assorted unfriendly people. Their idyllic life takes a turn when werewolves surround the fort, and Ginger (again) is bitten.
|Hard Core Logo 1996 R, 92 min.|
Director: Bruce McDonald
Cast: Hugh Dillon, Callum Keith Rennie, Bernie Coulson, John Pyper-Ferguson, Julian Richings, Art Bergmann, Jennifer Bishop, Morgan Brayton, Dan Fazzio, Benita Ha
This pseudo-docudrama follows the punk band, Hard Core Logic, on a fateful reunion tour through Canada.
|The Wool Cap 2004 PG-13, 102 min.|
Director: Steven Schachter
Cast: William H. Macy, Keke Palmer, Don Rickles, Ned Beatty, Catherine O'Hara, Cherice Boothe, Marcia Bennett, Mark Camacho, Tyrone Benskin, Tony Calabretta, Edward Yankie, Hugh Dillon
In this made-for-TV film, apartment superintendent Charles Gigot (William H. Macy) is a mute who befriends Black orphan, Lou (Keke Palmer). Although Charles cannot talk and Lou cannot read, the unlikely duo form a lasting bond.
|1. Assault on Precinct 13 (2005)|
2. Ginger Snaps 3 (2004)
aka: Ginger Snaps Back
3. Hard Core Logo (1996)
4. The Wool Cap (2004)
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