|The Deal 2005 R, 107 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Harvey Kahn
Cast: Christian Slater, Selma Blair, Robert Loggia, Colm Feore, John Heard, Angie Harmon, Kevin Tighe, Francoise Yip, Philip Granger, Mike Dupud, Paul McGillion, Jennifer Clement, Jim Thorburn, Christine Lippa, Vyacheslav Vinnik
Gas prices have risen to over six dollars a gallon, and New York investment broker Tom Hanson (Christian Slater) steps in to aid in the selling of a Russian oil company. In the process, Hanson becomes involved with the Russian Mafia and multiple government cover-ups.
|Meltdown: Days of Destruction 2006 TV, 90 min.|
Genre: Action / Sci-Fi
Director: Rick Drew
Cast: Casper Van Dien, Vincent Gale, Stefanie von Pfetten, Venus Terzo, Amanda Crew, Ryan McDonnell, Greg Anderson, Bill Dow, Patricia Drake, Philip Granger, Derek Hamilton, Bruno Verdoni
In this made-for-TV film, Earth has been knocked out of orbit by a meteor sending it closer to the sun, and the heat is making life unbearable for humans who must find their own unique ways to survive.
|MVP: Most Valuable Primate 2000 PG, 93 min.|
Director: Robert Vince
Cast: Jamie Renee Smith, Kevin Zegers, Rick Ducommun, Russell Ferrier, Ingrid Tesch, Oliver Muirhead, Philip Granger, Jane Sowery, Alexa Benette Fox, Lomax Study
A hockey-playing chimp, "Jack," helps the Westover kids find their niche after the family relocates to Canada in this predictable, but enjoyable, family film.
|Off Season 2001 TV, 95 min.|
Director: Bruce Davison
Cast: Hume Cronyn, Sherilyn Fenn, Rory Culkin, Bruce Davison, Tom McBeath, Stephen E. Miller, Adam Arkin, Karin Konoval, Lisa Pelikan, Philip Granger
This made-for-TV family film follows 10-year-old Jackson (Rory Culkin), who lost his parents, is sent to Florida to spend time with his aunt (Sherilyn Fenn), a resort lounge singer. He meets Sam (Hume Cronyn) and, as Jackson gets to know him, starts believing that the old man may be Santa Claus who is vacationing until it is time to head back North.
|The Thin Blue Lie 2000 R, 97 min.|
Director: Roger Young
Cast: Rob Morrow, Randy Quaid, Paul Sorvino, Cynthia Preston, G.W. Bailey, Al Waxman, Beau Starr, Barry Wiggins, Chuck Shamata, Louis Di Bianco, Melissa DiMarco, Bruce McFee, Philip Granger, Hayley Tyson
Based on actual events in 1970s' Philadelphia, this made-for-cable TV entry stars Rob Morrow as journalist Jonathan Neumann who is brought to Philadelphia to provide court coverage for a local newspaper. He immediately comes across a case of a handicapped young man who is found guilty of murder. But, on investigation, he finds out that the man was beaten into the confession by the police, and witnesses were beaten into providing the "correct" testimony. Because of this and other similar cases, he is targeted by the police for harassment. The corruption appears to go all the way up to the mayor's office.
|To Die For 1989 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Romance
Director: Deran Sarafian
Cast: Brendan Hughes, Sydney Walsh, Amanda Wyss, Scott Jacoby, Steve Bond, Micah Grant, Ava Fabian, Philip Granger, Julie Maddalena, Remy O'Neill, Duane Jones, Al Fann, Lloyd Alan, Eloise DeJoria, Cate Caplin
A 500-year-old feud comes to a climax when Los Angeles real estate agent Kate Wooten (Sydney Walsh) falls in love with vampire Vlad (Brendan Hughes). Violence rises to the fore when Vlad's housemate Tom (Steve Bond)–another vampire who remembers that years ago Vlad killed Tom's true love–vies with Vlad for Kate's affections. There is a sequel.
|1. The Deal (2005)|
2. Meltdown: Days of Destruction (2006)
3. MVP: Most Valuable Primate (2000)
4. Off Season (2001)
5. The Thin Blue Lie (2000)
6. To Die For (1989)
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