|Cypher 2002 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: Vincenzo Natali
Cast: Jeremy Northam, Lucy Liu, Nigel Bennett, Timothy Webber, David Hewlett, Kari Matchett, Kristina Nicoll, Joseph Scoren, Arnold Pinnock, Boyd Banks, Dan Duran
As part of his new job as an industrial espionage agent for Digicorp, Morgan Sullivan (Jeremy Northam) travels to convention sites and records speeches. Then Morgan meets mysterious Rita Foster (Lucy Liu) who tells him that his job is a ruse and that she suspects he is being brainwashed. Now Morgan begins to question what really is happening in his life.
|The Grey Fox 1982 PG, 92 min.|
Director: Phillip Borsos
Cast: Richard Farnsworth, Wayne Robson, Jackie Burroughs, Timothy Webber, Ken Pogue, Gary Reineke, David Petersen, Don MacKay, Tom Heaton
Bill Miner (Richard Farnsworth) served 33 years in San Quentin for stagecoach robberies. When he is released in 1901, he finds stagecoaches are no longer in existence, so he robs trains! Great photography, especially of trains roaring through the mountains of the Northwest.
|The Hotel New Hampshire 1984 R, 110 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Tony Richardson
Cast: Jodie Foster, Beau Bridges, Rob Lowe, Nastassja Kinski, Amanda Plummer, Lisa Banes, Joely Richardson, Wallace Shawn, Wilford Brimley, Matthew Modine, Paul McCrane, Seth Green, Wally Aspell, Timothy Webber, Jonelle Allen
Win Berry (Beau Bridges) buys an old seminary and turns it into the Hotel New Hampshire. His wacky family–including children Franny (Jodie Foster), John (Rob Lowe), Frank (Paul McCrane), Lilly (Jennifer Douglas), and Egg (Seth Green)–encounters disaster after disaster and are just accidents waiting to happen.
|Nowhere to Hide 1987 R, 91 min.|
Director: Mario Azzopardi
Cast: Amy Madigan, Daniel Hugh Kelly, Robin MacEachern, Michael Ironside, John Colicos, Chuck Shamata, Clark Johnson, Maury Chaykin, Timothy Webber
A Marine Corps officer has discovered something that is causing helicopter accidents in his squadron. He is killed, and the murderers think that his widow (Amy Madigan) has the evidence.
|One Magic Christmas 1985 G, 88 min.|
Genre: Family / Fantasy
Director: Phillip Borsos
Cast: Mary Steenburgen, Harry Dean Stanton, Elisabeth Harnois, Gary Basaraba, Arthur Hill, Wayne Robson, Jan Rubes, Elias Koteas, Graham Jarvis, Robbie Magwood, Michelle Meyrink, Elias Koteas, Sarah Polley, Timothy Webber, Joy Thompson
This touching movie involves a young mother, Ginny Grainger (Mary Steenburgen), who has lost faith in the world. Her husband, Jack (Gary Basaraba), has lost his job, and they are faced with leaving their home. Working with Ginny's daughter Abbie (Elisabeth Harnois), Ginny's guardian angel (Harry Dean Stanton) appears and shows her the magic and joy of Christmas. From the Disney crowd.
|Terror Train 1980 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Cast: Ben Johnson, Jamie Lee Curtis, Hart Bochner, David Copperfield, Derek McKinnon, Sandee Currie, Vanity, Timothy Webber, Anthony Sherwood, Greg Swanson, Sandee Currie, Howard Busgang, Steve Michaels, Donald Lamoureux, Victor Knight
Fraternity brothers board a train for a costume party that turns into a terror-filled excursion when a mentally disturbed former fraternity member takes advantage of this opportunity to kill his former friends. Among the students on the train is Alana Maxwell (Jamie Lee Curtis) who, along with the other women students, panics when members of the fraternity are killed off, one by one. The conductor, Carne (Ben Johnson) tries to calm things down, but it is a train ride destined to be filled with terror.
|1. Cook & Peary: The Race to the Pole (1983)|
2. Cypher (2002)
3. The Grey Fox (1982)
4. The Hotel New Hampshire (1984)
5. Nowhere to Hide (1987)
6. One Magic Christmas (1985)
7. Terror Train (1980)
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