|Eternal 2004 N/R, 107 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Wilhelm Liebenberg, Federico Sanchez
Cast: Conrad Pla, Caroline Neron, Victoria Sanchez, Sarah Manninen, Ilona Elkin, Nick Baillie, Luke Belanger, Liane Balaban, Arthur Holden, Kathleen Munroe, Yves Corbeil, James A. Woods
Detective Raymond Pope's (Conrad Pla) investigation into the disappearance of his wife leads to the estate of Elizabeth Kane (Caroline Neron) and her assistant, Irina (Victoria Sanchez), who, via online chat rooms, lures unsuspecting women to the estate where their blood is emptied into Elizabeth's bathtub as the means of retaining eternal youth.
|Last Call 2002 TV, 96 min.|
Director: Henry Bromell
Cast: Jeremy Irons, Neve Campbell, Sissy Spacek, Natalie Radford, Shannon Lawson, Paul Hecht, Kathleen Munroe, Brian Paul, Marium Carvell, Jonas Chernick, Joe Bostick, Eve Crawford
F. Scott Fitzgerald's (Jeremy Irons) secretary, Frances Kroll (Neve Campbell), wrote his memoirs spanning the two years (1939-1940) when she worked for the noted novelist. By this time, Fitzgerald was an alcoholic whose life was made even more difficult with a mentally ill wife (Sissy Spacek)–although he had an affair with columnist Sheila Graham (Natalie Radford) during this time. Despite the secretary's best efforts to intercede, Fitzgerald died at a young age. Made for cable TV.
|1. Eternal (2004)|
2. Last Call (2002)
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