|The Amityville Horror 2005 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Andrew Douglas
Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Melissa George, Philip Baker Hall, Jesse James, Jimmy Bennett, Chloe Moretz, Rachel Nichols, Isabel Conner, Brendan Donaldson, Annabel Armour, David Gee, Danny McCarthy, Rich Komenich, Nancy Lollar, Jose Taitano
George and Kathy Lutz (Ryan Reynolds and Melissa George) move their combined families into a house in Amityville, Long Island, where, one year ago, Ronald Deifio (Brendan Donaldson) had killed six members of his own family. Within days, unexplained events occur; ghosts, blood, and strange writings appear in the home. How long can the Lutz family survive their eerie circumstances?
|Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Part 2 1998 R, 85 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
aka: Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Part 2–Mask of Sanity
Director: Chuck Parello
Cast: Neil Giuntoli, Rich Komenich, Carri Levinson, Kate Walsh, Daniel Allar, Penelope Milford, Mike Houlihan
This time around, the still unrepentant serial killer, Henry Lucas (Neil Giuntoli), joins forces with Kai (Rich Komenich) and Cricket (Kate Walsh). Kai introduces Henry to arson, and Henry returns the favor by teaching Kai the "art" of killing. Gruesome!
|Joshua 2002 G, 90 min.|
Director: Jon Purdy
Cast: Tony Goldwyn, F. Murray Abraham, Kurt Fuller, Stacy Edwards, Colleen Camp, Giancarlo Giannini, Jordan Allen, Tom Brainard, Tim Decker, Kevin Scott Greer, Michael Guido, Matt Zeigler, Marc Grapey, Rich Komenich, Dale Calandra
A stranger, Joshua (Tony Goldwyn), arrives in a small town where he creates an immediate impact by resurrecting a burned-down church and helping the townsfolk. He is also a woodworker and gets to know the local Catholic priests, sometimes criticizing their sermons. Who could this stranger be, and what will be the fate of mankind?
|Kwik Stop 2001 N/R, 108 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Michael Gilio
Cast: Michael Gilio, Lara Phillips, Rich Komenich, Karin Anglin, Kris Wolff, Eric Curtis Johnson, Sunny Seigel, Guy Barile, Whitney Powell, Bob Rokos, Doug Steckel
Mike (Michael Gilio) and Didi (Lara Phillips) meet in the parking lot of the Chicago corner store where Didi catches Mike shoplifting. Mike needs supplies because he is moving to Hollywood, and Didi convinces Mike to take her with him. But, a series of roadblocks stand in their way, and, as they talk to each other, love enters the picture.
|Mr. 3000 2004 PG-13, 104 min.|
Director: Charles Stone III
Cast: Bernie Mac, Angela Bassett, Michael Rispoli, Brian J. White, Ian Anthony Dale, Evan Jones, Amaury Nolasco, Dondre Whitfield, Paul Sorvino, Earl Billings, Neil Brown Jr., Rich Komenich
Immediately following his 3,000th hit, Milwaukee Brewers star Stan Ross (Bernie Mac) retired from baseball and successfully marketed a raft of products under his name. He went on to live the good life–until an error was discovered leaving him with a mere 2997 hits. Stan's solution: return to professional baseball and play until he hits over 3,000–a feat easier said than done.
|Whiteboyz 1999 R, 90 min.|
Director: Marc Levin
Cast: Danny Hoch, Dash Mihok, Mark Webber, Piper Perabo, Eugene Byrd, Bonz Malone, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Rich Komenich, Annabel Armour
Flip (Danny Hoch) believes that the mole on his arm represents what he really is: black. And he is sure that the rest of his white skin is just a birthmark. Flip and his friends, James (Dash Mihok) and Trevor (Mark Webber), dream of moving from Iowa to Chicago's Cabrini Green housing project. Finally, their black friend Khalid (Eugene Byrd) takes the trio on a road trip to Chicago, and is Flip ever in for a rude awakening!
|1. The Amityville Horror (2005)|
2. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Part 2 (1998)
aka: Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Part 2--Mask of Sanity
3. Joshua (2002)
4. Kwik Stop (2001)
5. Mr. 3000 (2004)
6. Whiteboyz (1999)
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