|Dragonslayer 1981 PG, 108 min.|
Genre: Action / Fantasy / Adventure
Director: Matthew Robbins
Cast: Peter MacNicol, Caitlin Clarke, Ralph Richardson, John Hallam, Peter Eyre, Albert Salmi, Sydney Bromley, Chloe Salaman, Ian McDiarmid, Emrys James, Douglas Cooper, Roger Kemp, Ken Shorter, Jason White, Yolanda Palfrey
It is the sixth century, and a ferocious dragon is terrorizing the English countryside where the king sacrifices virgins in exchange for peace. The villagers summon wizard Ulrich (Ralph Richardson) to come to their aid. Along with his young apprentice Galen (Peter MacNicol) and beautiful Valerian (Caitlin Clarke), Ulrich sets out to slay the dragon. But, Ulrich's abilities fail him, and it rests on Galen to confront the dragon and enter into a vicious battle. The special effects are great.
|Flash Gordon 1980 PG, 110 min.|
Genre: Action / Sci-Fi / Comedy / Thriller
Director: Mike Hodges
Cast: Sam J. Jones, Topol, Max von Sydow, Timothy Dalton, Melody Anderson, Ornella Muti, Brian Blessed, Peter Wyngarde, Mariangela Melato, Richard O'Brien, John Osborne, John Hallam, Philip Stone, Suzanne Danielle, William Hootkins
Emperor Ming the Merciless (Max von Sydow) rules the planet Mongo and is plotting to destroy the Earth because he believes it is a threat to his realm. Flash Gordon (Sam J. Jones) teams up with his companion Dale Arden (Melody Anderson) to come to the rescue, and along the way is skyjacked aboard Dr. Zarkov's (Topol) spaceship. Now, Flash Gordon's efforts will require more daring as they are drawn to the planet Mongo where Ming plans to take Dale as his concubine.
|The Four Feathers 1977 TV, 110 min.|
Director: Don Sharp
Cast: Beau Bridges, Robert Powell, Simon Ward, Richard Johnson, Jane Seymour, Harry Andrews, Robert Flemyng, David Robb, Richard Beale, Robin Bailey, John Hallam, Julian Barnes, Mary Maude, Frank Gatliff, Robert James
This fifth adaptation of A.E.W. Mason's novel provides good adventure as the story of dishonored British officer Harry Faversham (Beau Bridges) struggles to save his cohorts during the war in the Sudan desert.
|Hennessy 1975 PG, 104 min.|
Director: Don Sharp
Cast: Rod Steiger, Lee Remick, Richard Johnson, Trevor Howard, Eric Porter, Peter Egan, Ian Hogg, John Hallam, Patrick Stewart
An Irish Republican Army officer, Hennessy (Rod Steiger), plots to assassinate the Royal family while avenging the death of his own family members.
|Kull the Conqueror 1997 PG-13, 106 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Fantasy / Action
Director: John Nicolella
Cast: Kevin Sorbo, Tia Carrere, Thomas Ian Griffith, Litefoot, Roy Brocksmith, Harvey Fierstein, Karina Lombard, Sven-Ole Thorsen, Edward Tudor-Pole, Douglas Henshall, Joe Shaw, Terry O'Neill, Pat Roach, John Hallam, Peter Petruna
Barbarian Kull (Kevin Sorbo) kills King Borna (Sven-Ole Thorsen) and takes over the mythical land of Valusia, but Kull is soon threatened by others who have their own barbaric dreams of attaining the throne.
|Lifeforce 1985 R, 101 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Sci-Fi
Director: Tobe Hooper
Cast: Steve Railsback, Peter Firth, Frank Finlay, Mathilda May, Patrick Stewart, Michael Gothard, Nicholas Ball, Aubrey Morris, Nancy Paul, John Hallam, John Keegan, Chris Jagger, Bill Malin, Jerome Willis, Derek Benfield
Astronauts, headed by Col. Tom Carlsen (Steve Railsback), bring dead bodies of aliens aboard their space ship. The bodies are vampires who kill all of the astronauts except Carlsen. After landing, one beautiful vampire (Mathilda May) leads the others as they begin to turn London into a wasteland. Now, Carlsen joins forces with SAS Col. Colin Caine (Peter Firth) to try to put an end to the destruction.
|The Master of Ballantrae 1984 TV, 150 min.|
Director: Douglas Hickox
Cast: Richard Thomas, Michael York, John Gielgud, Brian Blessed, Timothy Dalton, Nickolas Grace, Ian Richardson, Finola Hughes, John Hallam, Ed Bishop
Based on the Robert Louis Stevenson story, this is a remake of an earlier film starring Errol Flynn. In this made-for-TV version, Michael York takes on the Flynn role of the Scottish brother who fights the British king–and his own brother. 1 User Review
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| Two brothers, which one will fight for the king and which one must be neutral and stay at home. One will be called a hero and one will be labelled a weakling.|
An enthralling action adventure and human drama.
|Murphy's War 1971 PG-13, 106 min.|
Director: Peter Yates
Cast: Peter O'Toole, Sian Phillips, Philippe Noiret, Horst Janson, John Hallam, Ingo Mogendorf
A U-boat sinks a British merchant ship off the coast of South America during the final days of World War II. Surviving crew members are gunned down by the submarine's crew, and Murphy (Peter O'Toole) is the sole survivor. Rescued by a Frenchman (Philippe Noiret), Murphy is taken to a hospital where he is nursed back to health by Dr. Hayden (Sian Phillips, O'Toole's wife at the time). Now it is time to revenge the sinking by the U-Boat.
|The Offence 1972 R, 112 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller / Mystery
Director: Sidney Lumet
Cast: Sean Connery, Vivien Merchant, Trevor Howard, Ian Bannen, Peter Bowles, Richard Moore, John Hallam, Derek Newark, Hilda Fenemore, Rhoda Lewis, Ronald Radd, Richard Moore, Anthony Sagar, Maxine Gordon, Howard Goorney
As a 20-year veteran on the police force, Detective Sgt. Johnson (Sean Connery), has lived in a violent world. The violence takes its toll when Johnson beats to death Baxter (Ian Bannen) who is the suspect in a child molestation case. Shocked by his behavior, Johnson now realizes that he has a side of violence inside himself that matches the criminals he arrests.
|The People That Time Forgot 1977 PG, 90 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Sci-Fi
Director: Kevin Connor
Cast: Patrick Wayne, Doug McClure, Sarah Douglas, Dana Gillespie, Thorley Walters, Shane Rimmer, Tony Britton, John Hallam, Milton Reid, David Prowse, Kiran Shah, Richard LeParmentier, Jimmy Ray, Tony McHale
This movie, based on Edgar Rice Burroughs' tale, is a sequel to "The Land That Time Forgot." With Lady Charlotte "Charlie" (Sarah Douglas) at his side, Major Ben McBride (Patrick Wayne), heads back to the island of Caprone in search of the marooned Bowen Tyler (Doug McClure). When McBride arrives on Caprone, he finds that Tyler has befriended cavegirl Ajor (Dana Gillespie) and has been battling dinosaurs, dodging volcano eruptions, and fighting off cavemen. Now, McBride and Tyler face many challenges in an effort to find their way back to civilization.
|A Walk with Love and Death 1969 PG, 90 min.|
Director: John Huston
Cast: Anjelica Huston, Anthony Higgins, Assi Dayan, John Hallam, John Huston, Robert Lang, Michael Gough, Guy Deghy, George Murcell, Eileen Murphy, Anthony Nicholls, Joseph O'Conor
During the Hundred Years War in the 14th-century, Lady Claudia (Anjelica Huston) meets and falls in love with Heron of Foix (Assi Dayan). As lovers, they flee the country together and arrive at a monastery where they hope to be married. But more problems lie ahead for the doomed couple. This film marks Anjelica Huston's screen debut.
|1. Dragonslayer (1981)|
2. Flash Gordon (1980)
3. The Four Feathers (1977)
4. Hennessy (1975)
5. Kull the Conqueror (1997)
6. Lifeforce (1985)
7. The Master of Ballantrae (1984)
8. Murphy's War (1971)
9. The Offence (1972)
10. The People That Time Forgot (1977)
11. A Walk with Love and Death (1969)
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