|Somebody Is Waiting 1996 R, 90 min.|
Director: Martin Donovan
Cast: Gabriel Byrne, Nastassja Kinski, Johnny Whitworth, Shirley Knight, Rebecca Gayheart, Brian Donovan, John Pyper-Ferguson, Tyler Cole Malinger, Lynn Fine, Michael Malota, Gary Bairos, Paul Rusconi, Gary Mauro, Glen Mauro, Tom Mustin
When his mother dies, Leon (Johnny Whitworth) believes that he was responsible. His father, Roger (Gabriel Byrne), returns to the family home, and Leon unsuccessfully attempts to protect his brothers and sister from their abusive, alcoholic father (Gabriel Byrne). When Roger dies during an argument with Leon, Leon goes on the run but finally realizes how it important it is to show his love for his siblings.
|TripFall 2000 R, 93 min.|
Director: Serge Rodnunsky
Cast: Eric Roberts, John Ritter, Rachel Hunter, Tyler Cole Malinger, Christina Ann Moore, Katy Boyer, Michael Raynor, Ken Palmer, Kevin Dean Williams, Wayne Duvall
Disaster strikes when corporate executive Tom Williams (John Ritter) takes his family on a California vacation. A serial killer (Eric Roberts) abducts the family and holds them hostage. Tom is left to figure out how to engineer a rescue.
|Very Bad Things 1998 R, 101 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Thriller
Director: Peter Berg
Cast: Christian Slater, Cameron Diaz, Daniel Stern, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Jon Favreau, Jeremy Piven, Leland Orser, Joey Zimmerman, Tyler Cole Malinger, Kobe Tai, Rob Brownstein, Russell B. McKenzie, Pancho Demmings, Angelo Di Mascio Jr., Blake Gibbons
Kyle Fisher (Jon Favreau) and his friends– brothers Adam (Daniel Stern) and Michael (Jeremy Piven), Charles (Leland Orser), and Robert (Christian Slater)–head to Las Vegas for his bachelor party. A stripper is invited, one of the men has sex with her, and now she is dead. Hearing reports of noises, the security guard comes to the door, spots the corpse, and he is murdered too. What is to be done with two bodies that must be disposed of?
|1. Somebody Is Waiting (1996)|
2. TripFall (2000)
3. Very Bad Things (1998)
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