|The Changeling 1979 R, 113 min.|
Genre: Horror / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Peter Medak
Cast: George C. Scott, Trish Van Devere, Melvyn Douglas, John Colicos, Jean Marsh, Barry Morse, James B. Douglas, Eric Christmas, Roberta Maxwell, Bernard Behrens, Madeleine Sherwood, Helen Burns, Frances Hyland, Ruth Springfield, J. Kenneth Campbell
After music professor John Russell (George C. Scott) moves into a mansion in Seattle, he realizes that his new home is haunted. Working with Claire Norman (Trish Van Devere), John figures out that the haunting comes from the ghost of a murdered boy whose father wanted to collect on his life insurance policy. When the father realized that he could not collect on the boy's insurance, the father substituted another boy for his son, and now the "changeling"–wealthy Joseph Carmichael–believes that John is finding information about his past and could blackmail him.
|Dark Places 1973 PG, 91 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Don Sharp
Cast: Christopher Lee, Joan Collins, Robert Hardy, Herbert Lom, Jane Birkin, Carleton Hobbs, Jennifer Thanisch, Michael McVey, Jean Marsh, Martin Boddey, Linda Gray, Roy Evans
Edward (Robert Hardy) is the former director of a mental hospital who inherits a house where multiple murders occurred. Believing there is a treasure in gold hidden inside the house, Edward enters the old house determined to find the gold. But, he is not alone in his quest; Dr. Mandeville (Christopher Lee), his sister Sarah (Joan Collins), and the estate's lawyer Prescott (Herbert Lom) also appear on the scene to claim the treasure for themselves. There is one little problem: the house is rumored to be haunted, and Edward now appears to be possessed by the evil spirit of the original owner and will stop at nothing to get the treasure for himself.
|The Eagle Has Landed 1976 PG, 123 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Drama
Director: John Sturges
Cast: Michael Caine, Donald Sutherland, Robert Duvall, Jenny Agutter, Donald Pleasence, Anthony Quayle, Jean Marsh, John Standing, Judy Geeson, Treat Williams, Sven-Bertil Taube, Larry Hagman, Michael Byrne, Alexei Jawdokimov, Richard Wren
During World War II, in November 1943, Winston Churchill goes on vacation at an English country estate, and Hitler makes plans to kidnap and murder him. Under orders from Hitler, Heinrich Himmler (Donald Pleasence) assigns the job of masterminding the kidnapping to Col. Max Radl (Robert Duvall). With aid from Col. Kurt Steiner (Michael Caine) and IRA lifer Liam Devlin (Donald Sutherland) plans are made to parachute into the English village of Sudley camouflaged as Polish soldiers. Plans go forward, they arrive at the appointed place and time, but then the well-laid plans begin to unravel.
|Frenzy 1972 R, 116 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Thriller
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Cast: Jon Finch, Barry Foster, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Anna Massey, Alec McCowen, Vivien Merchant, Billie Whitelaw, Jean Marsh, Michael Bates, Bernard Cribbins, Clive Swift, Madge Ryan, Elsie Randolph, Gerald Sim, John Boxer
Richard Blaney (Jon Finch) is the prime suspect in the necktie murders of his wife (Barbara Leigh-Hunt) and girlfriend (Anna Massey). Scotland Yard inspector Oxford (Alec McCowen) solves the case. Another great Alfred Hitchcock film.
|Jane Eyre 1970 TV, 110 min.|
Director: Delbert Mann
Cast: George C. Scott, Susannah York, Ian Bannen, Jack Hawkins, Rachel Kempson, Jean Marsh, Nyree Dawn Porter, Kenneth Griffith, Peter Copley, Clive Morton, Fanny Rowe, Susan Lawe, Angharad Rees, Hugh Latimer, Nan Munro
Charlotte Bronte's gothic novel is again brought to the screen in this offering about orphanage-raised Jane (Susannah York) who takes a job as governess at the English manor of the tyrannical Edward Rochester (George C. Scott). Jane is attracted to Rochester, and he returns her affections. They make plans to marry. But, when Jane learns that Rochester is already married, it will take Jane's courage and love to rise above their world, which is crashing around them.
|The Limping Man 1953 N/R, 75 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Thriller
Director: Charles DeLatour
Cast: Lloyd Bridges, Moira Lister, Alan Wheatley, Leslie Phillips, Helen Cordet, Rachel Roberts, Jean Marsh
In this chilling thriller, an American, Franklyn Pryor (Lloyd Bridges), returns to England after World War II. He hopes to live happily ever after with his lover, Pauline French (Moira Lister) but becomes involved in solving a murder that he thinks he has seen in a dream.
|The Pale Horse 1997 TV, 101 min.|
aka: Agatha Christie's The Pale Horse
Director: Charles Beeson
Cast: Colin Buchanan, Jayne Ashbourne, Hermione Norris, Leslie Phillips, Michael Byrne, Jean Marsh, Andy Serkis, Wendy Nottingham, Johanna Kirby, Richard O'Callaghan, Tim Potter, Anna Livia Ryan, Ruth Madoc, Trevor Byfield, Louise Jameson
In this Agatha Christie tale, Mark Easterbrook (Colin Buchanan) discovers a priest dying and is handed a list of names by the priest. After being accused of murder by the police, Mark, with the help of Kate (Jayne Ashbourne) and the list of names, sets out to find the real killer. Made for TV.
|Return to Oz 1985 PG, 110 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure / Fantasy
Director: Walter Murch
Cast: Fairuza Balk, Nicol Williamson, Jean Marsh, Piper Laurie, Matt Clark, Michel Sundin, Tim Rose, Sean Barrett, Mak Wilson, Denise Bryer, Brian Henson, Stephen Norrington
Based on two of Frank Baum's later volumes from the "Oz" series, in this story Dorothy (Fairuza Balk) is back in Kansas, and Aunt Em (Piper Laurie) sends her to therapy to rid her of her memories of Oz. Dorothy takes her medicine but awakens in Oz where everything has changed. Now her task is fixing the problems, which are caused by the evil Gnome King (Nicol Williamson).
|Willow 1988 PG, 120 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Fantasy
Director: Ron Howard
Cast: Val Kilmer, Joanne Whalley, Jean Marsh, Warwick Davis, Patricia Hayes, Billy Barty, Rick Overton, Pat Roach, Gavan O'Herlihy, David Steinberg
Willow (Warwick Davis) is a wizard who must keep a special child away from the clutches of the wicked queen (Jean Marsh). This movie is an enchanting fantasy.
|1. The Changeling (1979)|
2. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1989)
3. Dark Places (1973)
4. The Eagle Has Landed (1976)
5. Frenzy (1972)
6. Jane Eyre (1970)
7. The Limping Man (1953)
8. The Pale Horse (1997)
aka: Agatha Christie's The Pale Horse
9. Return to Oz (1985)
10. Willow (1988)
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