|Friday the 13th, Part 2 1981 R, 87 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Mystery
Director: Steve Miner
Cast: Amy Steel, John Furey, Adrienne King, Kirsten Baker, Warrington Gillette, Betsy Palmer, Stuart Charno, Walt Gorney, Marta Kober, Tom McBride, Bill Randolph, Lauren-Marie Taylor, Russell Todd, Cliff Cudney, Jack Marks
A group of teens arrives at a new camp near Camp Crystal Lake where the grisly murders took place five years before. Ginny (Amy Steel) leads the group as they look through the ruins of the old camp. Their snooping upsets the masked killer Jason (Warrington Gillette), and now Ginny tries her best to outwit him.
|Once Bitten 1985 PG-13, 94 min.|
Director: Howard Storm
Cast: Lauren Hutton, Jim Carrey, Cleavon Little, Karen Kopins, Thomas Ballatore, Skip Lackey, Jeb Stuart Adams, Joseph Brutsman, Stuart Charno, Robin Klein, Glen Mauro, Gary Mauro
Lauren Hutton plays a vampire who must suck the blood of male virgins to remain youthful. Her target is Mark Kendall (Jim Carrey) who, after being bitten, must adapt to life as a teenage vampire.
|Svengali 1983 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Musical / Romance
Director: Anthony Harvey
Cast: Peter O'Toole, Jodie Foster, Elizabeth Ashley, Larry Joshua, Pamela Blair, Holly Hunter, Barbara Byrne, Ron Weyand, Robin Thomas, Madeleine Potter, Brian Carney, Vera Mayer, Stuart Charno, Ed Vadas, Peter Boruchowitz
Based on George du Maurier's novel "Trilby," this modern-day musical version of Svengali involves the experiences of talented rock singer Zoe Alexander (Jodie Foster). At the request of Zoe's manager, Eve Swiss (Elizabeth Ashley), has-been musical star Svengali (Peter O'Toole) agrees to be Zoe's mentor, and she rises to stardom under his hypnotic spell.
|1. Friday the 13th, Part 2 (1981)|
2. Once Bitten (1985)
3. Svengali (1983)
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