|Alien Trespass 2009 PG, 88 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Sci-Fi / Horror / Thriller
Director: R.W. Goodwin
Cast: Eric McCormack, Jenni Baird, Dan Lauria, Robert Patrick, Jody Thompson, Andrew Dunbar, Sarah Smyth, Aaron Brooks, Tom McBeath, Vincent Gale, Jerry Wasserman, Jonathan Young, Michael Roberds, Sage Brocklebank, Christina Schild
It is 1957 in California's Mojave Desert, and Ted Lewis (Eric McCormack) spots a shooting star while celebrating an anniversary dinner with his wife Lana (Jody Thompson). Meanwhile, a local diner waitress Tammy (Jenni Baird) looks out her window and sees the same shooting star. But, it really isn't a shooting star. Instead, it is an alien spaceship that crashes in the desert, and the only witnesses are teenagers Dick and Penny (Andrew Dunbar and Sarah Smyth) who are parked on a lovers' lane near the crash site. Urp emerges from the spaceship in pursuit of Ghota–a one-eyed monster that has escaped. In order to neutralize the monster, Urp takes over Ted's body but finds that there is little support from police Chief Dawson (Dan Lauria) or from officer Vernon (Robert Patrick). Now, Urp joins forces with Penny to track down the monster and prevent it from conquering the world.
|Crooked Hearts 1991 R, 113 min.|
Director: Michael Bortman
Cast: Peter Berg, Vincent D'Onofrio, Noah Wyle, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Peter Coyote, Cindy Pickett, Juliette Lewis, Wendy Gazelle, Marg Helgenberger, Joshua Jackson, Ian Tracey, Vincent Gale
Tom (Peter Berg) drops out of Berkeley and goes home to his dysfunctional family–father Edward (Peter Coyote), mother Jill (Cindy Pickett), and brother Charley (Vincent D'Onofrio)–and finds their relationships disintegrating. Will the family come together despite all their problems?
|The Final Cut 2004 PG-13, 105 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: Omar Naim
Cast: Robin Williams, Mira Sorvino, James Caviezel, Mimi Kuzyk, Stephanie Romanov, Thom Bishops, Genevieve Buechner, Brendan Fletcher, Vincent Gale, Casey Dubois, Wanda Cannon, Liam Ranger, Michael St. John Smith, Christopher Britton, Joely Collins
Sometime in the future, embryos are implanted with memory chips to record the stories of their lives. Editor Alan Hakman (Robin Williams) puts together footage that edits out the bad moments and leaves in only the good from those microchips. His work is shown at funerals to glorify the deceased. While preparing his next project, Alan uncovers information that will change his life forever.
|Meltdown: Days of Destruction 2006 TV, 90 min.|
Genre: Action / Sci-Fi
Director: Rick Drew
Cast: Casper Van Dien, Vincent Gale, Stefanie von Pfetten, Venus Terzo, Amanda Crew, Ryan McDonnell, Greg Anderson, Bill Dow, Patricia Drake, Philip Granger, Derek Hamilton, Bruno Verdoni
In this made-for-TV film, Earth has been knocked out of orbit by a meteor sending it closer to the sun, and the heat is making life unbearable for humans who must find their own unique ways to survive.
|Trixie 2000 R, 117 min.|
Director: Alan Rudolph
Cast: Emily Watson, Dermot Mulroney, Nick Nolte, Nathan Lane, Brittany Murphy, Lesley Ann Warren, Will Patton, Stephen Lang, Mark Acheson, Vincent Gale
Gum-chewing Trixie Zurbo (Emily Watson) is a security guard who longs to be a full-fledged private eye. Her big break comes when she is hired by a casino to watch for pickpockets; a tangled mess results–not only for Trixie but the film as well.
|True Heart 1997 PG, 92 min.|
Director: Catherine Cyran
Cast: Kirsten Dunst, Zachery Ty Bryan, August Schellenberg, Michael Gross, Dey Young, Tom McBeath, Ben Cardinal, John Novak, Vincent Gale, Darren Moore
In this family adventure, two teens, Bonnie and Sam (Kirsten Dunst and Zachery Ty Bryan), are stranded in a rugged area of Canada after their plane crashes. They are found by a native (August Schellenberg), who, with his pet bear, leads them to safety encountering adventures on the way.
|1. Alien Trespass (2009)|
2. Crooked Hearts (1991)
3. The Final Cut (2004)
4. Meltdown: Days of Destruction (2006)
5. Trixie (2000)
6. True Heart (1997)
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