|Catwoman 2004 PG-13, 104 min.|
Cast: Halle Berry, Benjamin Bratt, Sharon Stone, Lambert Wilson, Frances Conroy, Alex Borstein, Michael Massee, Byron Mann, Kim Smith, Christopher Heyerdahl, Peter Wingfield, Berend McKenzie
Shy Patience Phillips (Halle Berry) turns into Catwoman after the cosmetics company she works for orders her demise. Patience is reborn as Catwoman–unlike many superheroes–who walks a thin line between good and evil. Patience by day, turned into Catwoman at night, she takes on the role of vigilante against the cosmetics company owner and his wife–George and Laurel (Lambert Wilson and Sharon Stone).
|Lost Highway 1997 R, 135 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Horror / Thriller
Director: David Lynch
Cast: Bill Pullman, Patricia Arquette, Balthazar Getty, Robert Blake, Richard Pryor, Gary Busey, Robert Loggia, Natasha Gregson Wagner, Lucy Butler, Michael Massee, Jack Nance, Jack Kehler, Henry Rollins, Giovanni Ribisi
This David Lynch film puts the viewer into a dream where characters are replaced by others in a "never-never" existence. Jazz saxophonist Fred (Bill Pullman) is wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife. Then, one day he is no longer in jail but is converted into another person (Balthazar Getty). Very weird, as we follow Fred into his new adventures with a gangster's moll (Patricia Arquette).
|Momentum 2003 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Action / Sci-Fi
Director: James Searle
Cast: Louis Gossett Jr., Grayson McCouch, Teri Hatcher, Michael Massee, Nicki Aycox, Carmen Argenziano, Morocco Omari, Zahn McClarnon, Daniel Dae Kim, Zach Galligan, Brad Greenquist, Sean Blakemore
Former FBI agent Raymond Addison (Louis Gossett Jr.) coerces physics professor Zachary Shefford (Grayson McCouch) to go undercover and infiltrate a gang, led by Adrian Geiger (Michael Massee), that uses telekinetic powers to rob banks and armored cars.
|Playing God 1997 R, 93 min.|
Director: Andy Wilson
Cast: David Duchovny, Timothy Hutton, Angelina Jolie, Gary Dourdan, Michael Massee, Peter Stormare, Andrew Tiernan, John Hawkes, Will Foster Stewart, Philip Moon
Dr. Eugene Sands (David Duchovny) is a disgraced surgeon; he lost his medical license for performing surgery while under the influence of drugs. Now, he has resorted to performing surgery on criminals who cannot allow themselves to be seen in the public surroundings of hospitals.
|Tales from the Hood 1995 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Horror / Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Rusty Cundieff
Cast: Clarence Williams III, Corbin Bernsen, Paula Jai Parker, Wings Hauser, David Alan Grier, Joe Torry, De'aundre Bonds, Tom Wright, Michael Massee, Brandon Hammond, Samuel Monroe Jr., Anthony Griffith, Duane Whitaker, Rusty Cundieff, Lamont Bentley
As three drug dealers Bulldog, Stack, and Ball (Samuel Monroe Jr., Joe Torry, and De'aundre Bonds) sit in a mortuary waiting to receive their drugs, mortician Mr. Simms (Clarence Williams III) tells them stories of terror about the deceased bodies lying in open caskets in his mortuary. Each of the four episodes is concerned with the master theme of death and, involve a Black cop (Tom Wright) who seeks revenge from beyond the grave, young Walter (Brandon Hammond) being tormented by a monster, racist Duke Metger (Corbin Bernsen) running for governor and failing to listen to the supernatural being in his home, and criminal Crazy K (Lamont Bentley) undergoing a scary behavioral modification program.
|1. Catwoman (2004)|
2. Lost Highway (1997)
3. Momentum (2003)
4. Playing God (1997)
5. Tales from the Hood (1995)
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