|Better Living 1998 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Max Mayer
Cast: Olympia Dukakis, Roy Scheider, Edward Herrmann, Deborah Hedwall, Catherine Corpeny, Wendy Hoopes, James Villemaire, Phyllis Somerville, Scott Cohen, Jamie Gonzalez, Dan Moran, Brian Tarantina, Myra Lucretia Taylor, Jessy Terrero, Gary Zazulka
When Tom (Roy Scheider) arrives home after a 15 year absence, he finds his nutty wife, Nora (Olympia Dukakis), digging a hole in the back yard. Tom takes the project one step further: this hole will be a family shelter, and their three grown daughters are assigned to help store canned goods for the future.
|Dead Silence 1997 R, 105 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Daniel Petrie Jr.
Cast: James Garner, Kim Coates, Marlee Matlin, Lolita Davidovich, Charles Martin Smith, Kenneth Welsh, James Villemaire, Gary Basaraba, Barclay Hope, Blu Mankuma, Vanessa Vaughan, Scott Speedman, Mimi Kuzyk, John Bourgeois, Neil Crone
Three escaped convicts–Ted Handy (Kim Coates), "Sonny" Bonner (James Villemaire), and "Shep" Wilcox (Gary Basaraba)–capture a school bus transporting deaf students and their teacher Melanie Charrol (Marlee Matlin). They take their victims to an abandoned slaughter house and hold them hostage. FBI agent John Potter (James Garner) is assigned to deal with the crisis. While police surround the building, problems ensue, including interference by New York State Assistant Attorney General Roland W. Marks (Charles Martin Smith), but Potter continues his efforts to free the hostages.
|The Gate II: Trespassers 1990 PG-13, 90 min.|
Genre: Fantasy / Horror / Comedy / Thriller
Director: Tibor Takacs
Cast: Louis Tripp, Simon Reynolds, James Villemaire, Pamela Adlon, Neil Munro, James Kidnie, Irene Pauzer, Larry O'Brey, Elva Mai Hoover, Gerry Mendicino, Mark Saunders, Todd Waite, Layne Coleman, Anita Olanick, Edward Leefe
It's been five years since the gates of Hell were opened and shut, and Terry (Louis Tripp) is the only one of the original protagonists left in town. But things aren't going well for Terry–or his father. So, Terry decides to try to re-open the gates by going through a ritual and try to make a deal with the demons. It works, and one of the small demons appears. At first, things are great as wishes are granted, but things go sour and Terry must again fight the creatures while trying to re-close the gate.
|Interview 2007 R, 84 min.|
Director: Steve Buscemi
Cast: Sienna Miller, Steve Buscemi, Michael Buscemi, Tara Elders, David Schecter, Molly Griffith, Elizabeth Bracco, James Villemaire, Jackson Loo, muMs da Schemer, Doc Dougherty, Donna Hanover
Former war correspondent, now political journalist Pierre Peders (Steve Buscemi) resents the fact that he has been assigned an article on B-movie star Kataya (Sienna Miller), and to make matters worse she is an hour late for the interview. When she finally arrives, Kataya is upset with Pierre's attitude, calls off the interview, and leaves. Pierre follows but, as he leaves the building, gets hurt in a traffic accident. Kataya takes him home to nurse his wounds, and a night of trying to out-manipulate each other in a perverse game of wits ensues.
|Matinee 1993 PG, 99 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Horror
Director: Joe Dante
Cast: John Goodman, Cathy Moriarty, Simon Fenton, Omri Katz, Kellie Martin, Lucinda Jenney, Jesse White, Dick Miller, John Sayles, David Clennon, Lisa Jakub, Jesse Lee Soffer, James Villemaire, Robert Picardo, Lucy Butler
Lawrence Woolsey (John Goodman) brings his horror film to the Key West area just as the Cuban Missile crisis is in full swing. Woolsey's combination of real and pretend horror at the theater sets off a chain of events that affects the lives of teenagers Gene (Simon Fenton), Stan (Omri Katz), Sherry (Kellie Martin), and Sandra (Lisa Jakub) who have come to enjoy the show.
|Scar City 1999 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Thriller
aka: Scarred City
Director: Ken Sanzel
Cast: Stephen Baldwin, Chazz Palminteri, Tia Carrere, Michael Rispoli, Gary Dourdan, Larry Manetti, Bray Poor, Steven Flynn, D.B. Woodside, James Villemaire, Herschel Sparber, Dana Eskelson, Sarah Carone, Lou Cantres, Dylan Price
A young policeman, John Trace (Stephen Baldwin), has problems accepting the tactics of his police unit that stops at nothing in the pursuit of drug dealers and mobsters. During one raid, Trace breaks the rules by setting prostitute Candy (Tia Carrere) free and, as a result, becomes the hunted target of both police and mobsters.
|Suits 1999 R, 88 min.|
Director: Eric Weber
Cast: Robert Klein, Tony Hendra, Larry Pine, Paul Lazar, Randy Pearlstein, Ingrid Rogers, James Villemaire, Mark Lake, Joelle Carter, Edoardo Ballerini, Eben Moore, Timothi-Jane Graham, Frank Minucci, Cary Prusa, Robert Whaley
In this satire on the advertising industry, the firm of Cranston & Co. pulls out all stops to come up with the winning slogan for a sanitary napkin campaign.
|Swimming 2000 N/R, 98 min.|
Director: Robert J. Siegel
Cast: Lauren Ambrose, Joelle Carter, Jennifer Dundas, Jamie Harrold, Joshua Harto, Josh Pais, James Villemaire, Joe Roseto, Anthony Ruvivar, Sharon Scruggs, Anthony Ruivivar, Jeremy Clark, Jeffrey Ware, Todd A. Kovner, Greg Miller
Best friends–Frankie (Lauren Ambrose) and Nicola (Jennifer Dundas)–find their relationship threatened when Frankie's brother, Neil (Josh Pais), hires Josee (Joelle Carter) to waitress at their Myrtle Beach oceanfront diner.
|1. Better Living (1998)|
2. Dead Silence (1997)
3. The Gate II: Trespassers (1990)
4. Interview (2007)
5. Matinee (1993)
6. Scar City (1999)
aka: Scarred City
7. Suits (1999)
8. Swimming (2000)
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