|The Amateur 1981 R, 111 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Charles Jarrott
Cast: John Savage, Christopher Plummer, Marthe Keller, Arthur Hill, Nicholas Campbell, Ed Lauter, Graham Jarvis, John Marley, George Coe, Jan Rubes, Miguel Fernandes, Jan Triska, Jacques Godin, Lynne Griffin, Chapelle Jaffe
In this spy thriller, CIA computer expert Charles Heller's (John Savage) wife is murdered, and he threatens to reveal his insider's information to convince his bosses to train him as a professional killer. He then goes behind the Iron Curtain to investigate and uncovers espionage plots to achieve his goal of seeking revenge for his wife's murder.
|The Pyx 1973 R, 111 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Harvey Hart
Cast: Karen Black, Christopher Plummer, Donald Pilon, Jean-Louis Roux, Yvette Brind'amour, Jacques Godin, Lee Broker, Terry Haig, Robin Gammell, Louise Rinfret, Gerard Parkes, Henry Gamer
Police Sergeant Jim Henderson (Christopher Plummer) investigates the death of a hooker, Elizabeth (Karen Black), who was found dead after falling from a penthouse balcony while clutching a pyx. Henderson uncovers a terrifying cult of Satanists. The film goes back and forth between the current investigation and flashbacks of Elizabeth's life.
|Yesterday 1981 N/R, 97 min.|
Director: Larry(2) Kent
Cast: Claire Pimpare, Vincent Van Patten, Eddie Albert, Nicholas Campbell, Cloris Leachman, Gerard Parkes, Jack Wetherall, Jacques Godin, Marthe Mercure, Daniel Gadouas, Jonathan Barrett
Love develops when Matt Kramer (Vince Van Patten) goes to Canada as an exchange student and meets Gabrielle Daneault (Claire Pimpare). When Matthew loses his scholarship, he enlists in the Army and serves in Viet Nam. When Matt believies that he cannot care adequately for Gabrielle, she is told in a letter that Matthew has been killed in Viet Nam. Meanwhile, Gabrielle is pregnant with Matt's child and has not told him. Will he ever learn the truth about becoming a father?
|1. The Amateur (1981)|
2. The Pyx (1973)
3. Yesterday (1981)
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