|Act of Vengeance 1986 PG-13, 97 min.|
Director: John Mackenzie
Cast: Charles Bronson, Ellen Burstyn, Wilford Brimley, Hoyt Axton, Ellen Barkin, Keanu Reeves, Robert Schenkkan, Maury Chaykin, Caroline Kava, Alan North, Peg Murray, William Newman, Tom Harvey, Alf Humphreys, Joseph Kell
This is the story of Jock Yablonski (Charles Bronson), a United Mine Workers official who challenged United Mine Workers boss Tony Boyle (Wilford Brimley) after 80 men were killed in a West Virginia mine. Boyle does not like the challenge and orders assassins to kill Yablonski and his wife Margaret (Ellen Burstyn). Based on the book by Trevor Armbrister.
|Bone Daddy 1998 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Drama / Horror / Thriller
Director: Mario Azzopardi
Cast: Rutger Hauer, Barbara Williams, R.H. Thomson, Joseph Kell, Robin Gammell, Blu Mankuma, Mimi Kuzyk, Wayne Best, Daniel Kash, Peter Keleghan, Kirsten Bishop, Dean McDermott, Kyra Azzopardi, Marc Donato, Michael Caruana
Ex-Medical Examiner William Palmer (Rutger Hauer) writes a fictional book based on one of his cases. The book brings the subject–"Bone Daddy"–out of retirement, and his first victim is Palmer's agent. After kidnapping the agent, Bone Daddy cuts out a bone and sends it to Palmer, which was his modus operandi when Palmer was Medical Examiner. Palmer decides he must hunt down the sadistic criminal.
|Cupid 1997 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Douglas Campbell
Cast: Zach Galligan, Ashley Laurence, Mary Crosby, Michael Bowen, Joseph Kell, Annie Fitzgerald, Henry Brown, Margaret Blye, Alina Thompson, Michael Fairman
Dana (Mary Crosby) and Eric (Zach Galligan) play Cupid–in reverse–as they bring about finales to romantic entanglements that are having problems.
|Rites of Passage 1999 PG-13, 94 min.|
Director: Victor Salva
Cast: Dean Stockwell, James Remar, Jason Behr, Robert Glen Keith, Jaimz Woolvett, Joseph Kell, Thomas G. Waites, Rondell Sheridan, Marianna Elliott, Brenda James
After D.J. (Robert Glen Keith) catches his father, Del (Dean Stockwell), with a mistress, father and son decide to go their cabin to talk it out. Upon arrival, D.J.'s estranged brother, Campbell (Jason Behr), is already there. It has been some time since Del had seen the gay son after past confrontations, but Campbell joins in the discussion. When two convicts show up, one of whom knows Campbell things are really get dicey.
|White Lies 1998 TV, 92 min.|
Director: Kari Skogland
Cast: Sarah Polley, Tanya Allen, Jonathan Scarfe, Lynn Redgrave, Joseph Kell, Albert Schultz, Toby Proctor, Drew Coombs, Joe Roncetti, Rob Stefaniuk
Catherine (Sarah Polley) is a Canadian college student who is frustrated with the liberal bias at the school. On the internet she finds people who share her views–a neo-Nazi hate group–and becomes a spokesperson for their cause. As she gets more deeply involved with the group, she finds that its views are questionable. This made-for-TV film falls a little short of the mark.
|1. Act of Vengeance (1986)|
2. Bone Daddy (1998)
3. Cupid (1997)
4. Rites of Passage (1999)
5. White Lies (1998)
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