|The Black Stallion Returns 1983 PG, 93 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure
Director: Robert Dalva
Cast: Kelly Reno, Vincent Spano, Allen Garfield, Woody Strode, Teri Garr, Jodi Thelen, Ferdy Mayne, Doghmi Larbi, Angelo Infanti, Franco Citti, Luigi Mezzanotte, Joe Murphy, Loris Bazzocchi, Chris Larrance, Robert Behling
In this sequel to "The Black Stallion" (1979), Alec Ramsey (Kelly Reno) is now a teenager, and his beloved, black stallion is stolen by Moroccan thieves who plan to race the horse in Africa. Alec becomes a good, young hero when he stows away on a plane to Casablanca and then roams the Sahara Desert in search of his stolen horse.
|Cujo 1983 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Lewis Teague
Cast: Dee Wallace, Christopher Stone, Daniel Hugh Kelly, Danny Pintauro, Ed Lauter, Mills Watson, Jerry Hardin, Kaiulani Lee, Sandy Ward, Billy Jayne, Robert Elross, Robert Behling, Terry Donovan-Smith, Arthur Rosenberg, Merritt Olsen
This story of a mother and son (Dee Wallace and Danny Pintauro) who are terrorized by a rabid Saint Bernard–named "Cujo"–is pure Stephen King. It is hair-raising fun.
|An Eye for an Eye 1981 R, 106 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Drama / Thriller
Director: Steve Carver
Cast: Chuck Norris, Christopher Lee, Richard Roundtree, Matt Clark, Mako, Maggie Cooper, Rosalind Chao, Terry Kiser, Tim Culbertson, Nancy Fish, Stuart Pankin, Dorothy Dells, J.E. Freeman, Joe Bellan, Robert Behling
A San Francisco ex-cop, Sean Kane (Chuck Norris), joins forces with his martial arts instructor James Chan (Mako) to bring down a drug-traffic operation led by Morgan Canfield (Christopher Lee). The smugglers had killed Kane's former partner and his girlfriend Linda (Rosalind Chao), and now he will stop at nothing as he operates beyond the law to track down the henchmen of the smuggling operation.
|1. The Black Stallion Returns (1983)|
2. Cardiac Arrest (1980)
3. Cujo (1983)
4. An Eye for an Eye (1981)
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