|The Amazing Howard Hughes 1977 TV, 215 min.|
Director: William A. Graham
Cast: Tommy Lee Jones, Ed Flanders, James Hampton, Tovah Feldshuh, Lee Purcell, Jim Antonio, Howard Hesseman, Sorrell Booke, Arthur Franz, Ed Harris, Marty Brill, Marla Carlis, Lee de Broux, Denise Galik, Tannis G. Montgomery
This is the story of the life of the famous millionaire recluse, Howard Hughes (Tommy Lee Jones)–both the great achievements as a Hollywood giant and aviation pioneer and then his strange downhill spiral.
|The Annihilators 1985 PG-13, 87 min.|
Director: Charles E. Sellier
Cast: Christopher Stone, Andy Wood, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Jim Antonio, Gerrit Graham, Dennis Redfield, Paul Koslo, Bruce Evers, Millie Fisher, Tom Harper, Sid Conrad, John Lawhorn, Hugh Jarrett, Mimi Honce, Becky Harris
Angry Vietnam vets get together and take matters into their own hands by annihilating evil gangs, after which they return to life as usual.
|Daddy's Deadly Darling 1972 R, 85 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Marc Lawrence
Cast: Toni Lawrence, Marc Lawrence, Jesse Vint, Paul Hickey, Katharine Ross, Iris Korn, Jim Antonio, William Michael, Erik Holland, Walter Barnes
Lynn (Toni Lawrence) escapes from the mental hospital where she was sent after killing her father. She flees to a small town where she meets Zambrini (Marc Lawrence) who just happens to own pigs that love human flesh. As Lynn kills men who remind her of her father, Zambrini takes care of the bodies. Violent, gory, and terrible. A candidate for the worst 10 list.
|The Dentist II 1998 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Brian Yuzna
Cast: Corbin Bernsen, Jillian McWhirter, Linda Hoffman, Susanne Wright, Jim Antonio, Wendy Robie, Jeff Doucette, Clint Howard, Ralph Martin, Lee Dawson
That deranged dentist is back. In this sequel Dr. Caine (Corbin Bernsen) has escaped from the mental hospital, murdered the dentist in the town he has come to, and has taken over his practice. Horror reigns.
|The Fortune 1975 PG, 88 min.|
Director: Mike Nichols
Cast: Jack Nicholson, Warren Beatty, Stockard Channing, Florence Stanley, Richard B. Shull, Thomas Newman, John Fiedler, Scatman Crothers, Dub Taylor, Ian Wolfe, Rose Michtom, Catlin Adams, Christopher Guest, Jim Antonio, Vic Vallaro
Oscar (Jack Nicholson) and Nicky (Warren Beatty) are con men who hatch a plot to get their hands on the fortune of heiress Freddie (Stockard Channing). No matter what they do, their plans always seem to fail in this pretty good funny film. Nicholson as usual, is great and makes this film worth watching.
|Futureworld 1976 PG, 104 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: Richard T. Heffron
Cast: Peter Fonda, Blythe Danner, Arthur Hill, Yul Brynner, John P. Ryan, Stuart Margolin, Robert Cornthwaite, Jim Antonio, Angela Greene, Bert Conroy, Allen Ludden, Darrell Larson, Nancy Bell, Dana Lee, John Fujioka
This sequel to "Westworld" is every bit as gripping as its predecessor. Dr. Duffy (Arthur Hill) has been in charge of robots replacing his theme park Westworld with Futureworld. Investigative reporter Chuck Browning (Peter Fonda) teams up with Tracy Ballard (Blythe Danner) to investigate the park, and they discover that Duffy is plotting to take over the world by inviting world leaders to visit and then replacing them with robot clones.
|Hurricane 1974 TV, 78 min.|
Director: Jerry Jameson
Cast: Larry Hagman, Martin Milner, Jessica Walter, Barry Sullivan, Will Geer, Michael Learned, Patrick Duffy, Lonny Chapman, Frank Sutton, Ayn Ruymen, Barry Livingston, Jim Antonio, Ric Carrott, Jack Colvin, Alan Landers
Hurricane chasers Major Stoddard (Martin Milner) and Paul Damon (Larry Hagman) rescue victims of a killer hurricane in this made-for-TV disaster film that is based on William C. Anderson's novel "Hurricane Hunters." Actual pictures from 1969's Hurricane Camille add to the great film footage of hurricanes.
|1. The Amazing Howard Hughes (1977)|
2. The Annihilators (1985)
3. Daddy's Deadly Darling (1972)
4. The Dentist II (1998)
5. The Fortune (1975)
6. Futureworld (1976)
7. Hurricane (1974)
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