|The Asylum 2000 N/R, 100 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: John Stewart
Cast: Steffanie PItt, Ingrid Pitt, Patrick Mower, Robin Askwith, Nick Waring, Colin Baker, Chloe Annett, Paul Reynolds, Jean Boht, Robin Parkinson, Hannah Bridges, Carolina Giammetta, Denis Huett, Sadie Nine, Jane Shakespeare
Jenny (Steffanie Pitt) is haunted by nightmares of the stabbing death of her mother (Sadie Nine) many years before when she was a young girl (played by Hannah Bridges) growing up in her father Dr. Adams' (Patrick Mower) mental institution. She feels the need to return to the asylum, but Jenny is not the only one who is drawn back. A killer is on the loose, and the body count grows.
|The Great Buck Howard 2009 PG, 90 min.|
Director: Sean McGinly
Cast: John Malkovich, Colin Hanks, Emily Blunt, Steve Zahn, Tom Hanks, Ricky Jay, Debra Monk, Griffin Dunne, Regis Philbin, Kelly Ripa, John Stewart, Martha Stewart, Tom Arnold, George Takei, Adam Scott
Buck Howard (John Malkovich) is an illusionist whose show business career is on the down slope. He is hoping for a comeback when he hires law school dropout Troy Gable (Colin Hanks) as his road manager. Troy's father (Tom Hanks, Colin's real life father) disapproves of Troy's choice of careers, but Troy sees his job as a new beginning. Troy tries to deal with Buck's large ego and manages to hold his own when Buck exhibits tantrums. Buck has also hired Valerie Brennan (Emily Blunt) as his new publicist with hopes that she will stage his comeback, and Valerie does not hesitate to tell Buck exactly what she is thinking. Meanwhile, Valerie exhibits a sexual interest in Troy. Despite Buck's downsides, he does teach Tony lessons about life and the importance of being true to yourself.
|Walking Tall 2004 PG-13, 86 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Comedy / Thriller
Director: Kevin Bray
Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Neal McDonough, Johnny Knoxville, John Beasley, Barbara Tarbuck, Kristen Wilson, Khleo Thomas, Ashley Scott, Michael Bowen, Patrick Gallagher, John Stewart, Mark Houghton, Kevin Durand, Andrew Tarbet, Ryan Robbins
After retiring from the U.S. Army, Chris Vaughn (Dwayne Johnson) returns home where he finds that drugs, violence, and crime now reign. The root cause of the problem is the new gambling casino owned by his high-school rival, Jay Hamilton Jr. (Neal McDonough). Chris believes it is his responsibility to clean up the town. He takes the job of sheriff and begins work.
|1. The Asylum (2000)|
2. The Great Buck Howard (2009)
3. Walking Tall (2004)
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