1000 Original English Films Recommended



1000 Original English Films Recommended
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1000 Original English Films Recommended
‘13th Mission, The
The’’ (1992) - Starring Robert Marius and Jeff Griffith.
Directed by Antonio Perez. Trained as soldiers with a string of medals,
yet nothing in their experience prepared them for The Mission of their lives.
1999’’ (1998) - Starring Jennifer Garner and Dan Futterman. Directed by
Nick Davis. “1999” takes place at a New Year’s Eve party on December
31, 1999. As a group of hilariously neurotic characters gather at a
Greenwich Village apartment, everyone struggles to come to terms with
their identities, relationships, and self-doubts before the millennium turns.
The partygoers are astonished and reawakened as passions flare and
ignite, gunshots are fired, battling lovers reunite -- and as the new century
dawns, all are joined in the curious sense that the best is yet to come.
’36 Crazy Fists, The
The’’ (1977) - Starring Tony Leung Siu Hung and HarkOn Fung. Directed by Jackie Chan and Chi-Hwa Chen. Jackie Chan
makes his directorial debut in this explosive marital arts film. The climax
features a major battle scene between the hero and the “gray monkey
man” that will go down as one of the most stunning of this genre.
‘Abdication, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Peter Finch and Liv Ullman. Directed
. Cold Scandinavian obsession drives Queen
Christina to relinquish her throne, convert to Catholicism and seek the
warmer climate of Rome, where she pours out her heart to Cardinal Peter
Finch ('It seems strange to call somebody father'). As an exploration of
private spaces in the lives of public people (who, through circumstance or
choice, are committed to celibacy), psychological insight is too often
sacrificed for the sake of verbal swordplay. It ends up skirting perilously
close to superior cliché ('Are we not the world's strangest couple?'). At
least Garbo, playing the same role in Mamoulian's Queen Christina,
conspired with her audience against the rest of the film. One wishes for
something like that here: it all seems so remote.
‘Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe
Universe’’ (1990) - Starring Jesse Ventura
and Sven-Ole Thorsen. Directed by Damian Lee. An alien policeman
arrives on earth to apprehend a renegade of his own race attempting to
impregnate a human woman with a potentially destructive mutant embryo.
Absolution’’ (1981) - Starring Richard Burton and Dominic Guard.
Directed by Anthony Page. An uncompromising priest becomes the
victim of his own tyrannical behavior. Based on a true story.
Accidents’’ (1988) - Starring Edward Albert and Leigh Taylor-Young.
Directed by Gideon Amir. A research scientist discovers that his project is
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being secretly adapted for military use. When he objects, his co-workers
begin to die in mysterious accidents.
‘Across the Tracks
Tracks’’ (1991) – Starring Brad Pitt and Rick Schroder.
Directed by Sandy Tung. The story of two dangerously different brothers
– one the perfect son and the perfect athlete obsessed with his dream of a
track scholarship; the other a short-fused teenage rebel, whose explosive
anger threatens to destroy the people he loves most.
‘Act of Vengeance
Vengeance’’ (1974) - Starring Jo Ann Harris and Peter Brown.
Directed by Bob Kelljan. Linda gets raped by a man in a hockey mask
and discovers that she is not alone. Together, the victims form a squad
that start looking for the man and along the way snags a few other wouldbe-rapists.
‘Adios Amigo
Amigo’’ (1976) - Starring Richard Pryor and Fred Williamson.
Directed by Fred Williamson. Pryor and Williamson ride the Old West’s
comedy range, making off with bags of cash and charming the bloomers
off the local ladies in this slapstick Western.
‘Adios Hombre
Hombre’’ (1966) - Starring Craig Hill and Eduardo Fajardo.
Directed by Mario Caiano. An innocent man who was imprisoned for
murder escapes from prison and seeks revenge.
‘Adventures of Taura Prison Ship, The
The’’ (1988) - Starring Sandy
Brooke and Susan Stokey. Directed by Fred Olen Ray. Two women who
have been unjustly confined to a prison planet plot their escape, all the
while having to put up with lesbian guards, crazed wardens and mutant
‘Adventures of the Wilderness Family
Family’’ (1975) - Starring Robert Logan
and Susan Damante-Shaw. Directed by Steward Raffill. A family flees
the city for a deep forest to escape the pressures of life and to help their
sickly daughter.
Aenigma’’ (1987) - Starring Jared Martin and Lara Naszinsky. Directed
by Lucio Fulci. After her snobby schoolmates accidentally send her into a
coma, poor little Kathy has only one way to get even - with her mind! Eva,
another schoolgirl, falls under the spell of Kathy’s vengeful psyche, which
is capable of horrible destruction using telekinesis and even killer snails to
do her bidding. Soon the hallways at St. Mary’s School are filled with
screaming, and there’s no way to escape...
‘Affair, The
The’’ (1973) - Starring Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner.
Directed by Gilbert Cates. A crippled lady songwriter meets an old lawyer,
who becomes her first love.
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‘African Gold
Gold’’ (1966) - Starring Darren McGavin and Eric Egan.
Directed by David Millin. The sky lights up and the desert comes alive on
this desperate search for hidden millions.
‘Against All Hope
Hope’’ (1982) - Starring Michael Madsen and Maureen
McCarthy. Directed by Edward McDougal. A man turns to drink when he
loses his job, which eventually costs him his family and his position in the
community. Through the help of local priest, he is made whole again and
accepted back into his family.
Agency’’ (1980) - Starring Robert Mitchum and Lee Majors. Directed by
George Kaczender. An advertising agency attempts to manipulate public
behavior and opinion through the use of subliminal advertising.
‘Aladdin and His Magic Lamp
Lamp’’ (1966) - Starring Boris Bystrov and
Dodo Chogovadze . Directed by Boris Rytsarev. A young princess in
Baghdad is protected by her father’s ruling that any man who gazes upon
her shall be executed. When Aladdin is commanded by the princess to
look at her, he needs all the protection he can get, and the Genie in the
lamp is there to do his bidding.
‘Alamut Ambush, The
The’’ (1986) - Starring Terence Stamp and Michael
Culver. Directed by Ken Grieve. A British spy thriller involving
international intrigue, murder, and a super intelligence agent named David
‘Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story
Story’’ (1980) - Starring Telly Savalas
and Ronny Cox. Directed by Paul Kranski. Somewhat fact-based story of
the lives and attempted 1962 escape of several inmates in the famous
correctional facility. Young inmate Clarence Carnes masterminds a grand
escape involving several inmates who have nothing to lose, serving life
‘Alchemist, The
The’’ (1981) - Starring Robert Ginty and Lucinda Dooling.
Directed by Charles Band. A bewitched man seeks revenge upon the evil
magician who placed a curse on him, causing him to live like an animal.
‘Alice of Wonderland in Paris
Paris’’ (1966) - Starring Carl Reiner and
Howard Morris. Directed by Gene Deitch. A bewitched man seeks
revenge upon the evil magician who placed a curse on him, causing him
to live like an animal.
‘Alice Sweet Alice
Alice’’ (1976) - Starring Brooke Shields and Linda Miller.
Directed by Alfred Sole. What’s going on at that strange house at the end
of the street, and why are little Alice’ family members disappearing? Could
Alice have anything to do with this? Noteworthy as Brooke Shields feature
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Alice’’s Adventures in Wonderland
Wonderland’’ (1972) - Starring Fiona Fullerton
. Directed by William Sterling. This is a musical
adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale, Alice in Wonderland.
‘Alien Arsenal
Arsenal’’ (1999) - Starring Josh Hammond and Danielle Hoover.
Directed by David DeCoteau. Two nerdish high school students turn into
high-tech superheroes when they accidentally stumble onto a hidden
cache of alien armor and weaponry in the school’s basement. What will
they do, though, when the extraterrestrial treasure’s owner comes back to
reclaim it?
‘Alien Dead, The
The’’ (1980) - Starring Buster Crabbe and Linda Lewis.
Directed by Fred Olen Ray. A meteor strikes a houseboat in the swamps
near a southern town populated by Yankees with fake accents. The
people on the houseboat become zombies who feed on the alligators in
the swamp. Once they run out of alligators, they start going for the citizens.
A local scientist tries to figure out what’s happening to people once thy
start disappearing.
‘Alien Life Form
Form’’ (1985) - Starring Richard Ruxton and Faye Tilles.
Directed by Don Dohler. An alien is hunted by a gang of drunken hillbillies
who saw him crash-land his spaceship.
‘Aliens in the Wild Wild West
West’’ (1999) - Starring Taylor Locke and Carly
Pope. Directed by George Erschbamer. Sara and Tom Johnson are two
very bored teenagers. But that’s all about to change. During a family
vacation to an old Western ghost town, the bickering siblings stumble
upon a portal, which catapults them back in time to the old west.
‘All for Her Majesty
Majesty’’ a.k.a. ‘Vendetta for the Saint
Saint’’ (1969) - Starring
Roger Moore and Ian Hendry. Directed by Jim O’Connolly. Templar is
having a drink at a bar in Naples when he witnesses a melee between two
of the customers. It appears that one of them has mistaken the other for
an old colleague. Templar’s suspicions are raised the next morning when
he reads in the newspapers that one of the men has been murdered. He
begins to investigate only to find himself thrown into the world of the
Sicilian Mafia, and that few people are willing to help him.
‘All the Way Boys
Boys’’ (1973) - Starring Terence Hill and Bud Spencer.
Directed by Giuseppe Colizzi . Terence Hill and Bud Spencer are pilots
ditching aircraft for insurance money. They wind up crashing for real in the
jungles of South America.
Almost’’ (1988) - Starring Rosanna Arquette and Bruce Spence.
Directed by Michael Pattinson. This romantic comedy mixes magical
realism with traditional Australian urban-outback contrasts. A bored
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woman conjures up the perfect love, Jacke, while her husband is out on
the road suffering comical mishaps.
‘Alpha Incident
Incident’’ (1977) - Starring Ralph Meeker and Stafford Morgan.
Directed by Bill Rebane. A frightening doomsday drama about an alien
organism with the potential to destroy all living things.
‘Amazon Women
Women’’ (1979) - Starring Bo Svenson and Anita Ekberg.
Directed by Mark L. Lester. An adventurer searches for the fabled Golden
Cities of El Dorado and allies himself with a tribe of Amazon women
against a murderers villain who is also after the treasure.
‘Amerasian Conspiracy
Conspiracy’’ (1987) - Starring Miles O’Keeffe and Donald
Pleasence. Directed by Bruno Mattei. After several American and British
military personnel are killed in suicide attacks throughout Southeast Asia,
the U.S. begins to suspect a plot by the Vietnam government. To uncover
the truth, the U.S. army calls upon a former commando who is looking for
his long-lost son in Vietnam. While his military commanders want to see
the commando succeed in his mission, his political overseers have a
different set of plans.
‘Anatomy of a Hit
Hit’’ (1984) - Starring John Hurt and Terence Stamp.
Directed by Stephen Frears. Ex-gangster Willie Parker has betrayed his
former “colleagues” and now lives in Spain, where he thinks he can hide
from their vengeance. But one day, ten years later, two hitmen show up
and he must face the music.
‘And God Said to Cain
Cain’’ (1969) - Starring Klaus Kinski and Peter
Carsten. Directed by Antonio Margheriti. The story is about a put-upon
gunman who must fight for his life.
‘And Then You Die
Die’’ (1988) - Starring George Bloomfield and Graeme
Campbell. Directed by Francis Mankiewicz. An intense crime drama
about a Canadian drug lord who amasses a fortune from the cocaine and
marijuana trade. His empire is threatened as the Mafia, Hell’s Angels, and
the police try to bring him down.
‘Andy Warhol
Warhol’’s Dracula
Dracula’’ (1974) - Starring Joe Dallesandro and Udo
Kier. Directed by Paul Morrissey and Antonio Margheriti. Sex and
camp humor, as well as a large dose of blood, highlight Warhold’s
treatment of the tale. As Dracula can only subsist on the blood of pure,
untouched maidens, gardener Dallesandro rises to the occasion in order
to make as many women as he can ineligible for Dracula’s purposes.
‘Andy Warhol
Warhol’’s Frankenstein
Frankenstein’’ (1974) - Starring Joe Dallesandro and
Monique van Vooren. Directed by Paul Morrissey and Antonio
Margheriti. Udo Kier is the Baron Frankenstein, attempting to create a
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new race of humans out of body parts. He wants to mate his male creation
to his female creation so he figures he needs the brain of a real lady’s
man. By mistake, he beheads a man about to enter a monastery to
become a monk. The creature shows no interest in his female companion,
but the Baron’s sex starved wife shows interest in him. He ends up killing
her squeezing her to death while they are performing sex. In the finale, the
Baron has his hand smashed off by an iron gate and a spear struck
through him with his liver dangling on the end.
‘Angel and the Badman
Badman’’ (1947) - Starring John Wayne and Gail Russel.
Directed by James Edward Grant. Quirt Evens is an all around bad guy
who is nursed back to health by Penelope Worth, a Quaker girl. He
eventually finds himself having to choose between two worlds and love or
his old ways.
‘Angel City
City’’ (1980) - Starring Jennifer Jason Leigh and Paul Winfield.
Directed by Philip Leacock and Steve Carver. A Florida labor camp is
the setting for this made-for-TV drama. A family of rural West Virginia
migrant workers find themselves trapped inside the camp and exploited by
the boss-man.
Angela’’ (1977) - Starring Sophia Loren and John Huston. Directed by
Boris Sagal. The story of a woman’s relationship with a much younger
man who turns out to be her son.
‘Angels Hard As They Come
Come’’ (1971) - Starring Gary Busey and Scott
Glenn. Directed by Joe Viola. Sex, violence and bikers on an action-filled
ride in this film produced and co-written by Jonathan Demme.
‘Angry Breed, The
The’’ (1969) - Starring Jan Sterling and James
MacArthur. Directed by David Commons. A Vietnam veteran has trouble
selling a screenplay he wrote until he saves a Hollywood producer’s
daughter from a gang of murderous motorcyclists.
‘Anna Lucasta
Lucasta’’ (1949) - Starring Paulette Goddard and Broderick
Crawford. Directed by Irving Rapper. A prostitute is thrown out of her
house by her alcoholic father, and her scheming brother-in-law tries to
devise a plan to marry her off and make some money in the process.
‘Anna Lucasta
Lucasta’’ (1959) - Starring Eartha Kitt and Sammy Davis Jr.
Directed by Arnold Laven. Anna is a prostitute who’d been ejected from
her family’s house by her pious father, until the family decides to bring her
back, marry her off to a wealthy man unaware of her past, and swindle
him out of his money. Anna unexpectedly falls for her new husband, which
derails the family’s plan until a savvy sailor from her past, played by
Sammy Davis, Jr., arrives to destroy the marriage.
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‘Any Gun Can Play
Play’’ (1967) - Starring Edd Byrnes and George Hilton.
G. Castellari. A bounty hunter tracking a dangerous
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murderer realizes that he must either kill his prey or be killed himself.
‘Apache Blood
Blood’’ (1975) - Starring Ray Danton and Dewitt Lee. Directed
by Tom Quillen. A young Indian sets out on a resolute quest for
vengeance after soldiers of the U.S. Cavalry massacre the sleeping
inhabitants of an Apache Indian camp.
‘Ape Woman
Woman’’ (1964) B/W - Starring Annie Girardot and Achille
Majerone. Directed by Marco Ferreri. A man meets a woman covered
with hair, decides to exploit her as a sideshow attraction, and ends up
falling in love with her.
‘Arch of Triumph
Triumph’’ (1985) - Starring Anthony Hopkins and Lesley-Anne
Down. Directed by Waris Hussein. In Paris, an Austrian refugee doctor
falls in love with a mysterious woman just as the Nazi invade, but finds
that World War II is not the best environment for romanticism.
‘Around the World in 80 Days
Days’’ (1989) - Starring Pierce Brosnan and
Eric Idle. Directed by Buzz Kulik. Phileas Fogg accepts a wager to prove
his contention that a man can go around the world in 80 days. After betting
his entire fortune, he takes his new butler (a man hoping for quiet life) on a
tour of the world. However, just before he leaves, the Bank of England is
robbed, and a detective who believes that Fogg is the guilty party sets out
after him in hot pursuit.
‘Arrival, The
The’’ (1990) - Starring John Saxon and Joseph Culp. Directed
by David Schmoeller. A never-seen alien parasite turns an old man into a
vampiric young stud after female blood.
Assassin’’ (1986) - Starring Robert Conrad and Karen Austin. Directed
by Sandor Stern. Made for TV drama about a mad scientist who creates
a bionic killer for a bizarre plot to take over the world. He programs the
cyborg to assassinate the President and other key people to help carry out
his plan. A retired CIA operative emerges to stop the scientist by trying to
destroy the robot.
Assassin’’ (1989) - Starring Steve Railsback and Elpidia Carrillo.
Directed by Jon Hess. It is about a CIA agent protecting a Senator who
falls under suspicion when his charge is shot by an assassin. In
investigating the killing the agent discovers the usual governmental
‘Assassination Bureau, The
The’’ (1969) - Starring Oliver Reed and Diana
Rigg. Directed by Basil Dearden. Ivan is a self-confident chief of an
association of hit men for hire, who will refuse no well-paid offer--
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especially the lucrative challenge of an aspiring reporter. Reasoning that a
running cat-and-mouse duel with his henchmen will rid the organization of
incompetents, Ivan agrees to become the object of a nonstop hunt.
‘Assignment: Survive
Survive’’ (1988) - Starring Vince Barbi and Michael
Christian. Directed by John Carr. A group of young survivalist students
are clustered among the rocks of a wilderness area, listening to the
cautionary teachings of their instructor (Steve Oliver). On a trail just below
them, a black Mercedes-Benz sedan rolls up. Four well-dressed men
clamber out of the car, armed with shotgun and pistols. Opening the trunk,
they roughly drag out Sonny (Michael Christian). Wrists bound, they prop
him into a sitting position against a boulder. Sonny pleads for his life to the
group's boss, Don Vito (Vincent Barbi), to no avail. As the youngsters
gape in frightened disbelief, the hoods summarily execute Sonny with a
bullet to his head. One of the girls’ screams, and the mobsters, knowing
they've been made, start after them. Joey (Joseph Marina) blasts the
instructor dead with his shotgun. Panicked, the youngsters flee into the
woods. By nightfall, they regain their composure and plot a war to survive.
The predators become the prey, no match in their silk suits and designer
shoes against a vengeful band determined to wipe them out by primitive
‘Astral Factor, The
The’’ (1976) - Starring Stephanie Powers and Elke
Sommers. Directed by John Florea. A death-row murderer can make
himself invisible and rubs out witnesses who helped put him away; woman
risks her life to expose him when the police fail to see the problem.
‘Astro Zombies
Zombies’’ (1969) - Starring Wendell Corey and John Carradine.
Directed by Ted V. Mikels. After being fired form the Space Agency, the
disgruntled (not to mention crazy) Dr. Demarco creates an Astroman from
a criminal’s dead body. However, he loses control of his creation, which
goes on a killing spree, attracting the attention of an international spy ring
and the CIA.
‘Attack Force Z’ (1982) - Starring John Phillip Law and Mel Gibson.
Directed by Tim Burstall. A group of Australian commandos launch a
secret mission against Japanese forces in World War II.
‘Attack of the Giant Leeches
Leeches’’ (1959) - Starring Ken Clark and Yvette
Vickers. Directed by Bernard L. Kowalski. After local-moonshine swilling
trapper Lem Sawyer sees a giant creature, people soon start disappearing.
‘Attack of the Super Monsters
Monsters’’ (1982) - Directed by Toru Sotoyama. In
this animated feature, it’s discovered that the dinosaurs did not die off, but
instead live on near the center of the Earth. The evil lord Tyrannus uses
the mutated dinosaurs’ descendents to attack Earth in his effort to rule the
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world. Can Gemini Force, a group of four super-powered teens who’ve
pledged to protect the Earth, stop his plans?
‘Autumn Born
Born’’ (1979) - Starring Dorothy Stratten and Ihor Procak.
Directed by Lloyd A. Simandl. Young heiress is abducted by her
guardian and imprisoned while she’s taught to obey his will.
‘Avenger X’ (1968) - Starring Pier Paolo Capponi and Renato Baldini.
Directed by Piero Vivarelli. A retired ex-criminal, the notorious Mister X,
must clear his name when an up-and-corner commits a heinous copycat
‘Babe, The
The’’ (1984) - Starring Max Gail. Directed by David Giles. This
movie traces the career of Babe Ruth by interspersing documentary
footage with a fictional Babe Ruth recounting his career on stage.
‘Baby Broker
Broker’’ (1981) - Starring Lynda Carter and Harold Gould.
Directed by Burt Brinckerhoff. A caring social worker is suddenly drawn
into a horrid reality of underworld mayhem. Babies are bought from
troubled teenagers and then are placed into the hands of unstable parents
for a fee of $30,000.
‘Baby, I’m Home
Home’’ (1975) - Starring Barry Stokes and Gay Soper.
Directed by John Sealey. A young handyman and his wife move to a
small village and set up business. There, the handyman encounters
numerous strange characters, including a local constable more inept than
a squad car full of keystone Kops; an elderly magistrate whose primary
passion is spanking young women; a schoolmistress with a closet full of
kinks; and more predatory housewives than the young man can handle.
‘Baby, The
The’’ (1973) - Starring Anjanette Comer and Ruth Roman.
Directed by Ted Post. A social worker who recently lost her husband
investigates a strange family that includes a twenty-one year old diaperclad, bottle-sucking baby.
‘Bad Boys from Brazil
Brazil’’ (2002) - Starring the world-renowned Jiu-Jitsu
masters the Machado Brothers. Directed by Leo Fong. Five brothers
from Brazil who have attained success in the big city are summoned back
to the family farm to deal with a corrupt landlord and his goons.
‘Bad Girls Dorm
Dorm’’ (1984) - Starring Carey Zuris and Teresa Farley.
Directed by Tim Kincaid. At the New York Female Juvenile Reformatory,
suicide seems a painless and welcome escape.
‘Bad Man
Man’’s River
River’’ (1972) - Starring Lee Van Cleef and James Manson.
Directed by Eugenio Martin. Despite their rivalry, two men collaborate in
an attempt to rob the Mexican government of a million dollars.
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‘Badge of an Assassin
Assassin’’ (1985) - Starring James Woods and Rae Dawn
Chong. Directed by Mel Damski. A television movie based on the true
story of a New York assistant DA who directed a campaign to catch a pair
of cop-killers from the ‘70s.
‘Bail Out
Out’’ (1990) - Starring David Hasselhoff and Linda Blair. Directed
by Max Kleven. A bail bondsman tries to keep a witness in drug trial alive
long enough to testify.
‘Ballad of a Gunfighter
Gunfighter’’ (1964) - Starring Marty Robbins and Bob
Barron. Directed by Bill Ward. A feud between two outlaws reaches the
boiling point when they both fall in love with the same woman.
‘Ballad of Andy Crocker
Crocker’’ (1969) - Starring Lee Majors and Jimmy Dean
Directed by George McGowan. A Vietnam veteran returns home from
the war to discover that his girlfriend has been forced to marry someone
else, his small business is in ruins and friends are in shot supply.
‘Ballad of Death Valley
Valley’’ (1966) - Starring Montgomery Wood and
Fernando Sancho. Directed by Duccio Tessari. The West awakens
when a barrage of gunfire blankets the quiet farmhouse where a farmer
and his daughter have been taken hostage by a gang of Mexican bandits
seeking asylum.
‘Banana Joe
Joe’’ (1982) - Starring Bud Spencer and Marina Langer.
Directed by Steno. Banana Joe lives in a tropical village in Africa which is
unaffected by modern life. One day he discovers he needs a permit to
operate his boat so goes off to the big city to get one. On the way he
witnesses television, crooks and many delights for the first time as well as
falling in love.
‘Bananas Boat, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Harley Mills and Doug McClure.
Directed by Sidney Hayers. Charley Farthing is on the run. Chased by an
irate husband with murder on his mind, Charley finds himself hopping onto
a ship, chased by authorities on a politically troubled island and forced to
skipper an old ship all the way to Ireland.
‘Bandits, The
The’’ (1967) - Starring Robert Conrad and Jan Michael
Vincent. Directed by Robert Conrad and Alfredo Zacarias. Three
American outlaws are saved from a bounty hunters’ lynching party by a
gang of Mexican bandits. In a desperate bid for freedom, they join ranks,
all dependent on each other for survival. When they are ambushed by a
company of the Mexican army, they successfully defend themselves,
sparing the life of the Commandant.
‘Bang Bang You
You’’re Dead!
Dead!’’ (1966) - Starring Tony Randall and Senta
Berger. Directed by Don Sharp. One of six travelers who catch the bus
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from Casablanca airport to Marrakesh is carrying $2 million to pay a local
operator to fix United Nations votes.
‘Barbarian Queen
Queen’’ (1985) - Starring Lana Clarkson and Katt Shea.
Directed by Hector Olivera. Set during the days of the Roman Empire. A
simple village is raided by Roman troops, and most of the people are
whisked off to be slaves or killed. Three women survive and set off to
liberate their people. When they arrive at the Roman city, they team up
with the local underground to seek vengeance and liberation of the slaves.
‘Barbed Wire Women
Women’’ (1981) - Starring Ursula Buchfellner and Ajita
Wilson. Directed by Jesus Franco. Alluring young bride Tara arrives at a
terrifying prison camp, led by the beautiful, but quite sadistic, warden
Magda Urtado. In a whirling mix of lesbianism, bestiality, white slavery,
and violence, Franco creates one of his most controversial sexploitation.
‘Barn of the Naked Dead, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Andrew Prine and
Manuella Theiss. Directed by Alan Rudolph. Three showgirls on their
way to Las Vegas have car trouble and are stuck all night out in the desert.
The next morning cheerful Andre offers them help in fixing their car.
However, Andre is really a maniac with a lot of family problems; his
mother ran out on him when he was a child so now he keeps kidnapped
women chained up in his barn and trains them to perform circus tricks.
‘Barnaby and Me
Me’’ (1977) - Starring Sid Caesar and Juliet Mills. Directed
. This is the first film to feature a cuddly Koala bear.
Leo Fisk falls in love with a very lovely lady, Jennifer. Jennifer’s daughter
falls for Leo’s madcap antics and pressures her mother to love him.
‘Baron, The
The’’ (1977) - Starring Calvin Lockhart and Richard Lynch.
Directed by Phillip Fenty. A small-time movie producer runs into big-time
problems with the mob when he can’t pay the money he owes them after
no one wants to buy his movie.
‘Battle Force
Force’’ (1978) - Starring Henry Fonda and Helmut Berger.
Directed by Umberto Lenzi . A story of how World War II affected the lives
of a German family and an American family, both of whom had sons and
fathers fighting in the war.
‘Battle of Midway, The
The’’ (1942) - Starring Donald Crisp (voice) and
Henry Fonda (voice). Directed by John Ford. On June of 1942, a large
Japanese force attempted to capture Midway Island in the North Pacific,
but was defeated by U.S. forces with a loss ratio of 4:1 in favor of the
‘Battle of the Commandos
Commandos’’ aka ‘Legion of the Damned
Damned’’ (1969) Starring Jack Palance and Thomas Hunter. Directed by Umberto Lenzi .
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A tough Army colonel leads a group of convicts on a dangerous mission to
destroy a German-built cannon before it’s used against the Allied Forces.
‘Battle of the Eagles, The
The’’ (1981) - Starring George Taylor and Bekim
Fehimu. Directed by Tom Raymonth. Follows the true adventures of the
“Partisan Squadron,” the courageous airmen known as the “Knights of the
Sky” during WWII in Yugoslavia.
‘Battle of the Worlds, The
The’’ (1961) - Starring Claude Rains and Maya
Brent. Directed by Anthony M Dawson. A scientist tries to stop an alien
planet from destroying the Earth. Even an aging Rains can’t help this one.
Beartooth’’ (1978) - Starring Dub Taylor and Buck Taylor. Directed by
Zack Belcher. An intriguing tale of courage and love in savage wilderness,
as two rivals become friends in order to survive the ordeals of a harsh
‘Beast and the Vixens, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Ushi Digard and Jean
Gibson. Directed by Marius Mazmanian and Ray Nadeau. Start with one
mountain cabin, add two sensuous young beauties, mix in two desperate
criminals on the lam, and throw in one very hairy high country monster for
good measure. No cooking necessary-the beast and the vixens is hot
enough to rise to the occasion on its own.
‘Beast in the Cellar, The
The’’ (1971) - Starring Beryl Reid and Flora
Robson. Directed by James Kelley. Two spinsters have kept their mad
brother locked up in their cellar for 30 years. Then he escapes…
‘Beast Must Die, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Calvin Lockhart and Peter
Cushing. Directed by Paul Annett. A rich sportsman invites 8 guests to
his house with the knowledge that one of them is a werewolf. He has
devised a game of suspense wherein the guests must guess which one of
them is the wolf. At the full moon, the game will end as the werewolf
unwittingly reveals himself, and the others hunt him down to add his pelt to
the sportsman’s trophies.
‘Beast of Blood
Blood’’ (1971) - Starring John Ashley and Celeste Yarnall.
Directed by Eddie Romero. A mad scientist creates a monster, but after
its head is cut off, he keeps it alive in a serum he has invented.
‘Beat the Devil
Devil’’ (1954) - Starring Humphrey Bogart and Jennifer Jones.
Directed by John Huston. Quartets of international crooks are stranded
in Italy while their steamer is being repaired. They are headed for Africa,
ostensibly to sell vacuum cleaners, but actually are trying to acquire land
loaded with uranium, and along the way encounter a host of like-minded
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Beatrice’’ (1988) - Starring Julie Delpy and Bernard Pierre Donnadieu.
Directed by Bertrand Tavernier. In France during the Middle Ages, a
barbaric soldier of the Hundred Years’ War returns to his estate that his
daughter has maintained, only to brutalize and abuse her.
‘Behind Enemy Lines
Lines’’ (1988) - Starring Robert Patrick and Robert
Dryer. Directed by Cirio H. Santiago. In the final dark days of Vietnam
War, John Ransom sees his comrades cut down in the field and his best
friends captured. Then, the U.S. pulls out of the war, and leaves John and
his men behind. Fighting his way back into enemy territory, John goes up
against the sadistic Dmitri, a vicious Russian advisor, and an entire
battalion of crack North Vietnamese regulars. But rescuing his pals is only
the beginning of his personal war, as a bizarre espionage operation
suddenly pits John against the woman he loves.
‘Behind the Cellar Door
Door’’ (1971) - Starring Joan Collins and James
Booth. Directed by Sidney Hayers. After returning home from the funeral
of their youngest daughter who was brutally raped and murdered, a family
ties to desperately to put the tragedy behind them. After discovering that
the man suspected of the crime has been released by police due to lack of
evidence, they hatch a plan for revenge with the help of a friend whose
daughter was also killed by the suspect.
‘Belle Starr
Starr’’ (1968) - Starring Elsa Martinelli and Robert Woods.
Directed by Piero Cristofani and Lina Wertmuller. Abused and
dominated by men in her youth, Belle Starr now out-rides, out-smokes,
out-shoots, and out-gambles them as she makes her way around the Old
West, usually wearing male garb. One man who’s her equal is Larry
Blackie with whom she has an on-again, off-again relationship, which is
often argumentative and sometimes violent. Together they become
involved in a robbery, which goes awry. Belle has to rescue Larry and
though he’s grateful, he not wants to go his own way.
‘Beneath the 12 Mile Reef
Reef’’ (1953) - Starring Robert Wagner and Terry
Moore. Directed by Robert D. Webb. Two rival groups of divers compete
for sponge beds lying off the coast of Florida. Robert Wagner and Terry
Moore add spice to the story when they engage in a Romeo-Juliet-ish
Berserker’’ (1987) - Starring Joseph Alan Johnson and Greg Dawson.
Directed by Jefferson Richard. Six camping college students are
attacked by a bloodthirsty psychotic out of a Nordic myth, who takes the
shape of a badder-than-the-average bear.
‘Beware the Blob
Blob’’ (1972) – Starring Robert Walker Jr. and Gwynne
Gilford. Directed by Larry Hagman. A technician brings a frozen
specimen of the original Blob back from the North Pole. When his wife
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accidentally defrosts the thing, it terrorizes the populace, including the
local hippies, kittens, and bowlers.
‘Beyond All Limits
Limits’’ (1959) - Starring Maria Felix and Jack Palance.
Directed by Roberto Gavaldon. Approximately six years have passed
since Jim Gatzby left the Pacific port of Topolobampo. However, his return
does not seem to create very much excitement with the local authorities
due to Jim’s criminal record as a smuggler. But his friend Pepe Gamboa is
happy to see him and soon the two of them start planning for their next
not-so-legal business venture. The heart-breaking moment comes when
Pepe discovers the truth about Jim’s past; a past that leads to tragedy an
changes their lives forever.
‘Beyond Justice
Justice’’ (1992) - Starring Rutger Hauer and Carol Alt. Directed
Tessari. A renegade agent named Burton is hired by a
beautiful woman to save the life of her son who has been kidnapped by
his playboy father. Burton invades the desert kingdom of the boy’s
grandfather, Emir Ben Zair, where the boy is held as a pawn in a deadly
game of international betrayal.
‘Beyond Obsession
Obsession’’ (1982) - Starring Marcello Mastroianni and Tom
Berenger. Directed by Liliana Cavini. A melodramatic love triangle
between an Italian ex-diplomat imprisoned in North Africa, a tempestuous
young girl and a lustful American.
‘Bicycle Thief, The
The’’ (1948) - Starring Lamberto Maggiorani and Enzo
Staiola. Directed by Vittorio De Sica. Antonio Ricci, unemployed for over
two years, is overjoyed when he’s finally given a job putting up posters.
There’s a catch, though – he needs a bicycle as a requirement of the job –
so he sells the family linen to get a pawned bicycle back. But…the title of
the film gives away what happens next.
‘Big Action, The
The’’ (1967) - Starring Jack Palance and Fernando Lamas .
Directed by Michael D. Moore. Islanders near Hong Kong salvage a junk
carrying a load of deadly Nitro 2 and hide it from its former owner.
‘Big Bet, The
The’’ (1985) - Starring Lance Sloane and Kim Evenson.
Directed by Bert Gordon. A teenage boy that had early sexual encounters
is having trouble finding them now, and spends a lot of time fantasizing
about the women he knows. When a beautiful new girl comes to town, he
makes a bet with the other guys that he can get her into bed within ten
days. His chief rival stacks the deck, though, by threatening to expose the
new girl’s sordid past if she sleeps with the teenage boy.
‘Big Cat, The
The’’ (1949) - Starring Preston Foster and Lon McCallister.
Directed by Phil Karlson. Mountain valley in Utah is ravaged by a cougar,
while two ranchers fuss and feud.
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‘Big Combo, The
The’’ (1955) - Starring Cornel Wilde and Richard Conte.
H. Lewis. Police Lt. Diamond is told to stop his
Directed by
surveillance of suspected mob boss Mr. Brown because it’s costing the
department too much money with no results. Diamond makes one last
attempt to uncover evidence against Brown by turning to Brown’s girlfriend,
Susan Lowell.
‘Big Payoff, The!
The!’’ (1975) - Starring Alex Karras and Dean Stockwell.
Directed by Richard Bailey. Three hustlers are out to beat the system,
outwit the law and strike it rich. They have been spending all their time
cheating on their wives, scamming their bosses and losing at the track
until now. Now they have devised an incredible scheme to rip-off the race
track and live on easy-street forever.
‘Big Trees, The
The’’ (1952) - Starring Kirk Douglas and Eve Miller. Directed
by Felix E. Feist. In 1900, unscrupulous timber baron Jim Fallon plans to
take advantage of a new law and make millions by harvesting giant
sequoias. Much of the land he hopes to grab has been homesteaded by
Quakers who try to persuade him to spare the trees, but these are the
very trees he wants most.
‘Big Wheel, The
The’’ (1949) - Starring Mickey Rooney and Thomas Mitchell.
Directed by Edward Ludwig. Rooney is young son determined to travel
in his father’s tracks as a racecar driver, even when dad buys the farm on
the oval.
‘Biker Babes
Babes’’ (1967) - Starring Ross Hagen and Dee Duffy. Directed by
Robert F. Slatzer . The brother and fiancée of a dead policeman infiltrate
a female-led biker gang to uncover his murderer.
‘Billion Dollar Hobo, The
The’’ (1978) - Starring Tim Conway and Will Geer.
Directed by Stuart E. McGowan. Poor, unsuspecting heir of a
multimillion-dollar fortune must duplicate his benefactor’s experience as a
hobo during the Depression in order to collect his inheritance.
‘Bimbo, the Great
Great’’ (1958) - Starring Claus Holm and Germaine Damar.
Directed by Harald Philipp. Bimbo is an elephant trainer and a high-wire
artist who suffers the tragic death of his wife Marianne in an apparent
accident. As time goes by, he rightfully becomes suspicious that the
“accident” was anything but, and he starts to look for her killer. Meanwhile,
the circus acts continue to entertain, while Bimbo eventually gets a
confession out of the guilty party, made slightly more suspenseful because
a big-top fire is starting to kindle at the same time.
Bio-Hazard’’ (1985) - Starring Aldo Ray and Angelique Pettyjohn.
Directed by Fred Olen Ray. Alien monster uses a psychic to try to take
over the earth.
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Biokids’’ (1991) - Starring Katrin and Patrick. Directed by Richardo
Osorio. An aging scientist rewards five kids with extraordinary powers.
Their mission is to correct the wrong and injustice in the world. With
dynamic effort and dazzling speed the five super heroes face the evil
Exxor and his men, who are bent on creating worldwide havoc.
‘Bird of Paradise
Paradise’’ (1932) (B/W) - Starring Dolores Del Rio and Joel
McCrea. Directed by King Vidor. A young man falls overboard and is
saved by a beautiful Polynesian girl. They fall in love, but their idyll is
smashed when the local volcano begins to erupt. The man discovers that
the local custom is to sacrifice a young woman to the volcanic gods. They
try to escape but realize that “East is East and West is West, and never
the twain shall meet.”
‘Bittersweet Revenge
Revenge’’ (1984) - Starring Alec Baldwin and Kevin
Dobson. Directed by David Green. While a major in the US Army, Joe
Cheever has a fling with his commanding officer’s daughter that results in
a pregnancy. Cheever convinces the girl to have an illegal abortion, which
goes wrong, resulting in the death of the girl. To protect his career,
Cheever implicates someone else. For years he manages to climb in rank
garnering the respect of all in the military community until his past catches
up with him in the form of a newlywed woman.
‘Black Bikers from Hell
Hell’’ (1970) - Starring John King III and Des
Roberts. Directed by Laurence Merrick. Black gang-members infiltrate
and wreak havoc on their rivals. Who can stop these brutal young men?
‘Black Brigade
Brigade’’ (1970) - Starring Stephen Boyd and Robert Hooks.
Directed by George McCowan. A redneck officer is put in charge of a
squad of black troops charged with taking an important bridge from the
‘Black Cobra
Cobra’’ (1976) - Starring Jack Palance and Laura Gemser.
Directed by Joe D’Amato. A young woman awakes only to find her lover
killed by the poison of a deadly snake. Desperate to find answer, she
becomes involved in strange string of events involving a very unnatural
ritual with venomous black cobra.
‘Black Fist
Fist’’ (1975) - Starring Richard Lawson and Philip Michael
Thomas. Directed by Timothy Galfas and Richard Kave. A streetfighter
trained by the mob sets out on his own. Two hitmen get a contract to kill
him but the plan goes awry and his wife and child are killed instead. He
sets out on a personal vendatta to get the hitmen.
‘Black Force
Force’’ (1975) - Starring Sydney Filson and Malachi Lee.
Directed by Michael L. Fink. Brothers who fight crime with violence assist
in the recovery of a valuable African artifact.
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‘Black Godfather, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Rod Perry and Jimmy
Witherspoon. Directed by John Evans. The grueling story of a hood
clawing his way to the top of a drug-selling mob.
‘Black Hand, The
The’’ (1973) - Starring Lionel Stander and Rosanna
Fratello. Directed by Antonio Raccioppi. Antonio, a hopeful young
immigrant from Italy, finds himself drawn into a web of murder and
betrayal in the Black Hand. Unemployed and a victim of prejudice in the
turn-of-the-century New York; Antonio is attacked by a gang of Irishmen
when he attempts to defend a fellow Italian. Members of the Mafia who
admire his fighting prowess save his life, and soon he is performing odd
jobs for “The Family.”
‘Black Panther, The
The’’ (1977) - Starring Donald Sumpter and Debbie
Farrington. Directed by Ian Merrick. A gung-ho ex-military man pursues
a secret life of crime, culminating in the kidnapping of a teenage heiress.
‘Black Tights
Tights’’ (1960) - Starring Cyd Charisse and Moira Shearer.
Directed by Terence Young. Live scenes of Paris and a continuity
Narrator link together four dramatic choreographies, all by Roland Petit:
Carmen (1949), La croqueuse de diamants (1950), Deuil en 24 heures
(1953), and Cyrano de Bergerac (1959).
‘Black Water Gold
Gold’’ (1970) - Starring Keir Dullea and Lana Wood.
Directed by Alan Landsburg. The intense story of several different
factions diving for the same lost treasure.
Blade’’ (1973) - Starring John Marley and Jon Cypher. Directed by
Ernest Pintoff. A homicide detective goes after a woman-hating serial
killer, who uses knives to murder his victims.
‘Blade of the Ripper
Ripper’’ (1971) - Starring George Hilton and Edwige
Fenech. Directed by Sergio Martino. A madman with a razor slashes his
way through the International jet set, leaving a bloody trail of beautiful
young victims in his wake. When he begins stalking the lovely and
unfaithful wife of a prominent Viennese official, the action is riveting and
culminates in a powerful and shocking double-cross.
Blitz’’ (1986) - Starring Jurgen Prochnow and Senta Berger. Directed
by Michael Verhoeven. In a complex story of automotive intrigue, oil
barons, corporate finance, and international villainy, the inventor of an
environmentally friendly car powered by energy cells becomes the target
of killers. After Ralph Korda has given his patented world-car to a German
automaker for testing, ominous men, eager to get their hands on his
patent, confront him. Evil Arab petroleum lords also want to stop this
threat to the gasoline market any way they can.
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Blobermouth’’ (1990) - Starring Bob Buchholz and Connie Sue Cook.
Directed by Kent Skov. That oozing pink terror, The Blob, lives again in
this irreverent and hilarious send-up of the 1958 classic. But this time,
Steve McQueen has to face off against a wisecracking pile of goo when,
for the first time, The Blob speaks! Blobermouth sports an animated mouth
and dialogue dubbed by the famous improvisational comedy group the L.A.
Connection, not to mention new special effects and outlandish musical
‘Blockhouse, The
The’’ (1973) - Starring Peter Sellers and Charles
Aznavour. Directed by Clive Rees. Four men are entombed in a
subterranean stronghold for six years after the D-Day invasion of
‘Blood & Black Lace
Lace’’ (1964) - Starring Cameron Mitchell and Eva
Bartok. Directed by Mario Bava. Beautiful models are being brutally
murdered and an inspector is assigned to the case, but not before more
gruesome killings occur. Bava is, as usual, violent and suspenseful.
‘Blood & Guns
Guns’’ (1968) - Starring Orson Welles and Thomas Milian.
Directed by Giulio Petroni. Romance, revenge, and action abound in
post-revolutionary Mexico.
‘Blood and Guts
Guts’’ (1978) - Starring William Smith and Micheline
Lanctot. Directed by Paul Lynch. The world of wrestling and a young tyro
who wants nothing more than to become part of it.
‘Blood City
City’’ (1977) - Starring Jack Palance and Keir Dullea. Directed by
Peter Sasdy. An anonymous totalitarian organization kidnaps a man and
transports him electrically to a fantasy western town where the person
who murders the most people becomes the town’s “kill master.”
‘Blood in the Streets
Streets’’ (1973) - Starring Oliver Reed and Fabio Testi.
Directed by Sergio Sollima. Though warden pulls no punches when
terrorists kidnap his beautiful wife. They demand the freedom of Ruiz, a
fellow terrorist in prison.
‘Blood of Dracula
Dracula’’s Castle
Castle’’ (1969) - Starring Alexander D’ Arcy and
Paula Raymond. Directed by Al Adamson and Jean Hewitt. Count
Dracula and his wife capture beautiful young women and chain them in
their dungeon, to be used when they need to satisfy their thirst for blood.
‘Blood on the Sun
Sun’’ (1945) - Starring James Cagney and Sylvia Sydney.
Directed by Frank Lloyd. Nick Condon is a newspaper reporter working in
Tokyo who refuses to toe the Japanese line on the expansionist policies of
the Imperialist government. When it becomes clear to the authorities that
Condon isn’t going to cooperate and that he has some valuable
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information and contacts, they connive to interrogate and then dispose of
‘Blood Shack
Shack’’ (1971) - Starring Carolyn Brandt and Ron Haydock.
Directed by Ray Dennis Steckler. A young woman inherits a ranch that is
supposedly haunted by a murderous beast called “The Chooper.”
‘Blood Song
Song’’ (1982) - Starring Frankie Avalon and Dane Clark. Directed
by Robert Angus and Alan J. Levy. A psychopath escapes from a
mental ward and starts a murder spree that ends in the pursuit of a young
handicapped girl who once got a blood transfusion from him.
Bloodsilver’’ (1968) - Starring Lee Van Cleef and Antonio Sabato.
Directed by Giorgio Stegani. A thief takes the job as a town sheriff in
order to rob a silver shipment before his ex-partner can grab it.
Bloodsplash’’ (1981) - Starring Baird Stafford and Sharon Smith.
Directed by Romano Scavolini. A mental patient, who is troubled with
horrible nightmares, has escaped from his hospital. Now on the streets he
can’t help killing innocent people. But there is one family he is more than
interested in and when he tries to kill them, he finds that it’s not that easy.
‘Bloody Avenger
Avenger’’ (1976) - Starring George Eastman and Jack Palance.
Directed by Alfonso Brescia. Dan Caputo is back in town and the news
has spread...to the mob, to the cops, and to his friends. The government
pays him to go shark hunting, and this time, he’s out for blood. He’s back
to avenge the death of his father, an ex-cop, and the streets of
Philadelphia are alive with the news of “Knell’s” arrival, and the funerals
that inevitably will follow.
‘Bloody Che Contra
Contra’’ (1968) - Starring Francisco Rabal and John
Ireland. Directed by Paolo Heusch and Adriano Olzoni. The story of
Che Guevara’s desperate attempt to escape the mountains of Bolivia.
Pursed by an elite ranger unit of the Bolivian army led by a determined
CIA agent, Che is eventually trapped and his men are killed. Taken into
captivity, Che remains dangerous to the corrupt generals and politicians
who fear his popular support.
‘Bloody Conquest
Conquest’’ (1976) - Starring Elsa Martinelli and Venantino
Venantini. Directed by Julio Coll. Pedro, a Spanish Conquistador in Peru,
takes his new love, Inez, on a dangerous expedition south into Chile.
They and 15 men endure inhuman hardships as well as Indian attacks.
Lautaro, a noble Chilean warrior, joins their band on the pretense of
learning Spanish war tactics to protect his lands from enemy tribes.
Secretly, he also plans to drive out the Spanish. Feeling prepared, Lautaro
lures Pedro and his troops from Santiago while other tribes attack the city.
The attack fails due to the heroism of Inez. Pedro is then brought back to
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Lima to face charges from the Inquisition, he is acquitted, but forced to
renounce Inez.
‘Bloody Moon
Moon’’ (1983) - Starring Olivia Pascal and Christopher Brugger.
Directed by Jesus Franco. Tourists are being brutally attacked and
murdered during a small Spanish village’s Festival of the Moon.
‘Bloody Murder
Murder’’ (1976) - Starring Lea Massari and Michel Bouquet.
Directed by Etienne Perier. A housewife, enjoying an innocent
relationship with a young man, finds herself spending four days in hell.
One the first day she discovers the man murdered in his apartment.
Outside, her car has been stolen. Her husband is suspiciously calm when
she informs him of the theft. The second day she reports her missing car
to the police. However, her car miraculously turns up in the exact same
spot. On the third day a private detective, hired by her husband, attempts
to blackmail her. When each member of her household becomes a murder
suspect, the wife endeavors to save her family.
‘Blood Orgy of the She-Devils
She-Devils’’ (1974) - Starring Lila Zaborin and Victor
Izay. Directed by Ted V. Mikels. Exploitative gore nonsense about female
demons, beautiful witches, and satanic worship.
‘Bloody Wednesday
Wednesday’’ (1985) - Starring Raymond Elmendorf and
Pamela Baker. Directed by Mark G. Gilhuis. The account of one man’s
growing isolation from an increasingly complex and impersonal society. As
his feelings of alienation reach their peak, he walks into a crowed
California restaurant with a machine gun and shoots down forty innocent
‘Blue Steel
Steel’’ (1934) - Starring John Wayne and Eleanor Hunt. Directed
by Robert N. Bradbury. Sheriff Jake follows a suspected robber out into
the brush. Just as he’s about to arrest him, the robber saves Jack’s life.
They join forces to battle a greedy landowner trying to take over all the
ranches in the area.
‘Blunt: the Fourth Man
Man’’ (1985) - Starring Anthony Hopkins and Ian
Richardson. Directed by John Glenister. In this suspenseful spy story,
the truth comes out regarding the Philby/Burgess/MacLean spy scandal
that rocked Britain in 1951, and the evidence points to the “fourth man”.
‘BMX Bandits
Bandits’’ (1983) - Starring Nicole Kidman and David Argue.
Directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith. Two BMX expert bikers and a friend
of theirs (Nicole Kidman) become entangled with a group of bank robbers
after discovering a carton of walkie-talkies.
Boardinghouse’’ (1982) - Starring John Wintergate and Kalassu.
Directed by John Wintergate. A boarding house is reopened years after
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gruesome murders were committed there. Suddenly, the body count
begins once more!
‘Body of the Prey
Prey’’ (1970) - Starring James Craig and James Yagi.
Directed by Kenneth G. Crane. A world-renowned scientist goes on a
work holiday to Japan where he meets a beautiful research assistant. As
the two work together, he becomes obsessed with his theory that man
evolved from plant life. Isolating a Venus flytrap, he cross-pollinates it with
a rare form of ocean flora; nourishing it with mega doses of vitamins and
minerals, but the result he seeks elude him. Suddenly and mysteriously,
the plant starts to thrive, growing larger and stronger each day, developing
a taste for blood and devouring small animals that come within its reach.
The mutant grows powerful enough to become mobile, able to search out
its own food sources. When it kills a small child, the villagers become
enraged and mount a search, determined to bring an end to this
monstrosity. The scientist makes a bold, fervered attempt to save the
mutant, who turns on him and they are both destroyed in a fiery lava flow
from an erupting volcano.
Bog’’ (1978) - Starring Gloria De Haven and Aldo Ray. Directed by Don
Keeslar. When a local begins fishing with dynamite in Bog Lake,
something a bit larger pops to the surface: a green, bug-eyed mutant
monster awakened from a long sleep, which promptly begins killing and
eating fishermen who stumble across its lair. When biologist Ginny Glenn
discovers the creature’s evolutionary nature, the local sheriff decides to
destroy the tenacious beast.
‘Bone Daddy
Daddy’’ (1998) - Starring Rutger Hauer and Barbara Williams.
Directed by Mario Azzopardi. Doctor Palmer, a former pathologist, writes
a fictional book based on his real cases. After the book is released,
Palmer’s editor is kidnapped and Palmer is sent a present containing a
page of his book, and a bone from his editor. Fearing that a madman is on
the loose Palmer tries to find the editor by helping the police, even as his
own son becomes one of the main suspects.
‘Boot Hill
Hill’’ (1969) - Starring Terence Hill and Bud Spencer. Directed by
Giuseppe Collizi . Victims of the oppressive town boss, Honey, are
offered help by an unusual alliance of gunmen and circus performers.
‘Border Cop
Cop’’ (1979) - Starring Telly Savalas and Danny De La Paz.
Directed by Christopher Leitch. A border cop is torn between his loyalty
to his police captain and his sympathy toward illegal aliens at the Mexican
‘Border Shootout
Shootout’’ (1990) - Starring Glenn Ford and Charlene Tilton.
Directed by C. T. McIntyre. A trigger-happy sheriff battles a rich young
cattle rustler.
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Borderline’’ (1950) (B/W) - Starring Fred MacMurray and Claire Trevor.
Directed by William A. Seiter. Two undercover agents infiltrate a drugsmuggling ring in Mexico, but neither is aware of the other’s identity.
‘Born American
American’’ (1986) - Starring Markku Blomqvist and David Coburn.
Directed by Renny Harlin. Three American students vacationing in
Finland, cross the border into Russia for fun of it. When the Russian
soldiers who are shooting to kill spot them, it's not fun anymore. Captured
and thrown in jail, they find it's not fun either. It's a nightmare.
‘Born Innocent
Innocent’’ (1974) - Starring Linda Blair and Joanna Miles.
Directed by Donald Wrye. A recurrent runaway is given over to the care
of the state and finds herself in a detention center for girls. She is soon
caught between the uncaring bureaucracy, the sometimes brutal treatment
from her peers and her own abusive family, and only one care worker
sees her potential to rise above her tragic circumstances.
‘Born to Defend
Defend’’ (1986) - Starring Jet Li and Kurt Roland Petersson.
Directed by Jet Li. At the end of the Second World War, Li came to Tsing
Tao to start a new life. Unexpectedly, he is witness to a reckless
automobile assault on an innocent pedestrian, by an arrogant American
officer, and rushes to the victim’s aide. Violent fights ensue, and the officer
and other U.S. military personnel pursue Li. In order to survive, Li must
muster all his skills.
‘Born to Win
Win’’ (1971) - Starring George Segal and Robert De Niro.
Directed by Ivan Passer. A smart-mouthed junkie/loser known as J.J.
spends his days looking for just “one more fix”.
‘Bounty Killer
Killer’’ (1965) - Starring Dan Duryea and Rod Cameron.
Directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet. Willie Dugan comes to the West all
the way from Vermont. Soon after his arrival, he is almost killed in a
gunfight, but is saved by outlaw Johnny. Johnny warns Willie that survival
in the West depends on a man’s skill with a gun. Through a twist of fate,
mild mannered Willie becomes a bounty hunter.
‘Boy and His Dog, A’ (1975) - Starring Don Johnson and Susanne
Benton. Directed by L. Q. Jones. This is the movie adaptation of famed
writer Harlon Ellison’s novella about a misogynistic society in a post World
War IV civilization of 2024.
‘Boy in the Plastic Bubble, The
The’’ (1976) - Starring John Travolta and
Glynnis O’Connor. Directed by Randal Kleiser. A young man born with
immunity deficiencies that must grow up in a specially controlled plastic
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‘Brain Machine, The
The’’ (1977) - Starring James Best and Gerald
McRaney. Directed by Joy N. Houck Jr. The story of several people who
volunteer for a scientific experiment about mind-reading and memory that
goes horribly wrong.
‘Brain, The
The’’ (1966) - Starring Kent Taylor and Grant Williams. Directed
by Al Adamson. When Amir, the ruler of the Middle Eastern Kingdom of
Khalid dies, his trusted aides conceal the fact from his people and enlist
the services of Dr. Trenton, an eminent neurosurgeon whose unorthodox
experiments are too extreme for science to accept. Trenton transplants
Amir’s brain into a succession of captured victims – eventually creating a
disfigured monster only he can control.
Brainwash’’ (1983) - Starring Yvette Mimieux and Christopher Allport.
Directed by Bobby Roth. The president of a large advertising agency
subjects potential executives to a bizarre training program. Unspeakable
humiliation and degradation are just part of the regimen.
‘Brave One, The
The’’ (1957) - Starring Michel Ray and Rodolfo Hoyos Jr.
Directed by Irving Rapper. The moving and sentimental story of a
peasant boy who runs away to Mexico to save his brave bull, Gitano.
‘Break Out
Out’’ aka ‘Breakout
Breakout’’ (1975) - Starring Charles Bronson and
Robert Duvall. Directed by Tom Gries. A bush pilot is hired for $250,000
to go to Mexico to free an innocent prisoner.
‘Brides of the Beast
Beast’’ (1968) - Starring John Ashley and Kent Taylor.
Directed by Eddie Romero and Gerardo de Leon. A mad scientist uses
radiation brainwaves to transform humans into cannibalistic monsters.
‘Bridge to Hell
Hell’’ (1986) - Starring Andy J. Forest and Carlo Mucari.
Directed by Umberto Lenzi . A group of allied POWs try to make their way
to the American front during WWII in Yugoslavia. A heavily guarded bridge
occupied by Nazi troops stands between them and freedom.
‘Bridge to Nowhere
Nowhere’’ (1986) - Starring Bruno Lawrence and Alison
Routledge. Directed by Ian Mune. Five city kids go hunting and
backpacking in the New Zealand wilderness, and are hunted by a
maniacal backwoodsman.
Brigham’’ (1977) - Starring Maurice Grandmaison and Charles Moll.
Directed by Tom McGowan. The story of the founder of the Mormons,
who led his people from state to state before establishing the Mormon
Church in Utah.
‘Broken Badge
Badge’’ (1985) - Starring Richard Crenna and Meredith Baxter.
Directed by Karen Arthur. Cop Beck thinks rape victims “bring it upon
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themselves” to be raped but has a mind-changing experience when he
himself is raped by a couple of white trash felons.
‘Bronx Executioner
Executioner’’ (1989) - Starring Gabriele Gori and Chuck Valenti.
Directed by Vanio Amici. After nuclear war and natural disasters have
decimated the human population, replicants and androids are doing most
of the work for humans. Some of them are defective and are kept under
control by sheriffs. The androids start a war amongst themselves that
spreads to the humans.
‘Bronx Warriors, The
The’’ (1982) - Starring Vic Morrow and Christopher
Connelly. Directed by Enzo G. Castellari. In a post-apocalyptic New York
City, a policeman infiltrates the Bronx, which has become a battleground
for several murderous street gangs.
‘Brother, Cry for Me
Me’’ (1978) - Starring Steve Drexel and Larry Pennell.
Directed by William White. A quest for a hidden Inca treasure unites three
hostile, and greedy brothers: Michael, who is married to Jenny; Jim, who
Jenny really loves, and Geoffrey, a ruthless man who wants Jenny for
himself. Once they arrive in South Africa, Geoffrey kidnaps Jenny.
Attempting to rescue her, Michael accidentally kills a policeman. Jim
escapes with Jenny into the jungle, where they discover the Inca treasure.
Geoffrey arrives to claim the treasure for himself. Michael, deranged with
jungle fever, tracks down Geoffrey and kills him. It is up to Jim to track
down and kill his brother.
‘Brotherhood of Justice
Justice’’ (1986) - Starring Keanu Reeves and Kiefer
Sutherland. Directed by Charles Braverman. A group of high school
students, led by a rich boy Dereck, is sick of school violence and decides
to become underground vigilantes named “Brotherhood of Justice”. It
starts with the idea “watching people”, but things quickly get out of control.
“Brotherhood of Justice” turns out another gang of violence. Derek wants
to stop it but it is too late, so he takes responsibility for it and gives himself
to the law.
‘Bruce Lee, the Legend
Legend’’ (1977) - Starring Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.
Directed by Leonard Ho. The Official Golden harvest tribute to the Master
of the Martial Arts Film, Bruce Lee.
‘Bruce Lee, We Miss You
You’’ (1976) - Starring Bruce Li and Lei Hsiao
Lung. Directed by Lee Koon Cheung. Lei Hsiao Lung is a master in
Bruce Lee’s renowned material arts fighting style, Jeet Kun Do. He tries to
unravel material arts’ most infamous secret: the mystery of Bruce Lee’s
untimely death.
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‘Buffet Froid
Froid’’ (1979) - Starring Gerard Depardieu and Bernard Blier.
Directed by Bertrand Blier. Surreal black comedy about a group of
bungling murderers.
‘Bullet for Sandoval, A’ (1969) - Starring Ernest Borgnine and George
Hilton. Directed by Julio Buchs and Lucio Fulci. Three bank robbers
find shelter in an isolated farm where an old man lives together with his
‘Bullet for the General
General’’ (1968) - Starring Klaus Kinski and Martine
Beswick. Directed by Damiano Damiani. An American mercenary joins
with rebel forces during the Mexican Revolution.
‘Bullet from God, A’ (1976) - Starring Lee Van Cleef and Jack Palance.
Directed by Gianfranco Parolini. Priest turned vigilante Father John (Van
Cleef) hunts down a gang of criminals, led by Sam Clayton (Palance), who
killed a man in a local bar. On the gang's return to the town, they kill the
priest, leaving a young parishioner Johnny behind. He now seeks revenge
for the death of the holy man.
‘Burning Rage
Rage’’ (1984) - Starring Barbara Mandrell and Tom Wopat.
Directed by Gilbert Gates. A government geologist is sent to a town to
investigate fires that are raging in the abandoned coalmines beneath the
town. She finds a town living in fear and governed by a corrupt
‘Bye Bye Baby
Baby’’ (1989) - Starring Brigitte Nielsen and Carol Alt.
Directed by Enrico Oldoini. Sandra and Lisa both work on tables –
Sandra, a doctor, on an operating table, and Lisa, a pool shark, on a pool
table. When they take a vacation in paradise, they find even more in
common – Lisa’s new boyfriend turns out to be her girlfriend’s husband.
‘C.B. Hustlers
Hustlers’’ (1978) - Starring Edward Roehm and Jake Barnes.
Directed by Stu Segall. When big wheel truckers need relief from the
highways, danger, and skuz; silky, dede, and lashes are somewhere along
the road to please. With their two vans code name “Hot Box 1” and “Hot
Box 2”, they keep their trucker clientele informed of their whereabouts and
schedules by C.B. radio. Everything is great until they cross into territory
strictly upheld by sheriff Ramsey. It becomes a race to the county line as
Ramsey does everything he can to get the pleasure palaces off the road.
‘Caged Fury
Fury’’ (1989) - Starring Erik Estrada and Richard Barathy.
Directed by Bill Milling. Discontent leads to a daring escape plan in a
women’s prison where the inmates are all lingerie-clad models and the
lesbian warden demands unusual favors for early parole.
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‘Caged, The
The’’ (1972) - Starring Vic Morrow and Alan Alda. Directed by
Tom Gries. A young guard and a college professor convicted of
manslaughter both start their first day in prison.
Cain’’s Cutthroats
Cutthroats’’ (1971) - Starring John Carradine and Scott Brady.
Directed by Ken Osborne. Following the Civil War, Confederate Captain
Justice Cain has retired to a quiet life with his young son and black wife.
However, the men of his old outfit, known as Cain’s Cutthroats, have
turned to lives of murder, torture and robbery. They attempt to convince
Cain to ride with them once more. He refuses, and the Cutthroats murder
his family. Swearing vengeance, Cain teams up with a colorful preacher
turned bounty hunter, and hunts down his family’s killers one at a time.
‘Calendar Girl Murders
Murders’’ (1984) - Starring Sharon Stone and Barbara
Bosson. Directed by William A. Graham. The police investigate the
murder of a couple of models who work for the same agency. The killer is
bumping off the girls according to the name of the month they go by, so
the cops stake out the next girl in line.
‘California Casanova
Casanova’’ (1991) - Starring Jerry Orbach and Audrey
Landers. Directed by Nathaniel Christian. Under the tutelage of a gigolo,
an inept stagehand wins the heart of a beautiful club singer.
‘Caligula: Insatiable
Insatiable’’ (1981) - Starring David Brandon and Laura
Gemser. Directed by Joe D’Amato. The mad Roman emperor Caligula
romances a young Moor woman plotting to kill him while he continues his
debauched lifestyle of sex and murder.
Caligula’’s Perversions
Perversions’’ (1982) - Starring Gino Turini and Betty Roland.
Directed by Bruno Mattei and Antonio Passalia. The deranged Roman
Emperor is having an affair with his sister, makes his beloved horse a
Senate and gruesomely tortures conspirators to death. His other lover
Agrippina wants her son Nero to eventually become Emperor - and starts
plotting his death. Meanwhile, Messalina is also plotting away with her
mother, in order to become Empress of Rome, and brings herself to
Caligula’s attention as a gladiator. Caligula falls in love with Messalina,
who Agrippina describes as “a cheap little trollop”, but when she over
hears a new plot to get rid of the deranged Emperor, she sets her lustful
sights on Claudius instead, the next in line to rule.
‘Call Him Mr. Shatter
Shatter’’ (1974) - Starring Stuart Whitman and Lung Ti.
Directed by Michael Carreras and Monte Hellman. Stuart Whitman is
Shatter, an international contract killer with a heart of steel. Assigned to
assassinate the President of the tottering East African state of Badawai,
Shatter goes to Hong Kong to do his dirty work and soon becomes
embroiled in a deadly plot of political intrigue.
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‘Call of the Wild
Wild’’ (1972) - Starring Charlton Heston and Michele
Mercier. Directed by Ken Annakin. A house dog is abducted and bought
to the north as a sled dog in this story based on Jack London’s novel.
‘Callie and Son
Son’’ (1981) - Starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Lindsay Wagner.
Directed by Waris Hussein. A poor naïve waitress is forced to give up
her son for adoption. Years later, after becoming a successful and wealthy
publisher, she uses her financial power and influence to seek out her lost
Camille’’ (1984) - Starring Greta Scacchi and Colin Firth. Directed by
Desmond Davis. Camille is a courtesan in Paris. She falls deeply in love
with a young man of promise, Armand Duval. When Armand's father begs
her not to ruin his hope of a career and position by marrying Armand, she
acquiesces and leaves her lover. However, when poverty and terminal
illness overwhelm her, Camille discovers that Armand has not lost his love
for her.
‘Campus King
King’’ (1979) - Starring John DiSanti and Charles Pitt.
Directed by Ken Wiederhorn. Set on the quiet campus of Yellowstream
University, this comedy follows the rivalries that build between two of the
college’s fraternities. When they’re not mooning everyone they pass and
throwing garbage on the lawns of rival frats, the members of the Pi Kappa
Delta fraternity are mainly interested in drinking and…well, drinking. When
a campus-wide farting contest is announced, Grossout, the Leader of the
Deltas, is all too eager to stand up, bend over and defend the honor of his
‘Campus Swingers
Swingers’’ (1972) - Starring Christina Lindberg and Gunther
Mohner. Directed by Ernst Hofbauer. College students trade sex for
‘Cape Town Affair, The
The’’ (1967) - Starring Claire Trevor and James
Brolin. Directed by Robert D. Webb. A pickpocket on a South African bus
steals a purse containing highly classified microfilm.
‘Captain Apache
Apache’’ (1971) - Starring Lee Van Cleef and Carroll Baker.
Directed by Alexander Singer. A native American US Army officer,
Captain Apache, uncovers a presidential assassination plot while
investigating a murder.
‘Captain Scarlett
Scarlett’’ (1953) - Starring Richard Greene and Leonora Amar.
Directed by Thomas Carr. Formulaic swashbuckler has nobleman Greene
and highway guy Young fighting nasty French Royalists who’ve been
putting the pressure on impecunious peasants. Runaway Spanish damsel
in distress courtesy of Amar. Most novel aspect of the production is that
the post-Napoleon French terrain has that vaguely south of the border feel.
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Captive’’ (1987) - Starring Irina Brook and Oliver Reed. Directed by
Paul Mayersberg. Rowena is young, rich and dominated by her
millionaire father Gregory. One night three young terrorists, intent on
making a world of their own, take her captive. She is brainwashed into
becoming a member of the terrorist family.
‘Caravan to Vaccares
Vaccares’’ (1974) - Starring David Birney and Charlotte
Rampling. Directed by Geoggrey Reeve. American Neil Bowman is
traveling through France when he meets British photographer Lila. They
are hired by French land owner Duc de Croyter to escort a Hungarian
scientist to New York. But they soon have to deal with a gang of
kidnappers who will stop at nothing to get their hands on the scientist.
‘Carnation Killer
Killer’’ (1973) - Starring Norman Eshley and Katherine
Schofield. Directed by Robert Tronson. A serial killer escapes from the
asylum to which he has been confined. He picks a seemingly innocent
woman as his next victim, but soon it looks like she’s not quite as innocent
as he thought.
‘Carnival of Souls
Souls’’ (1962) (B/W) - Starring Candace Hilligoss and
Frances Feist. Directed by Herk Harvey. After recovering from a
traumatic accident involving a drag race that results in the death of all
except her. Mary accepts a job in a new town as a church organist, only to
be dogged by a mysterious phantom figure that seems to reside in an old
abandoned carnival. It is here that Mary must confront the personal
demons of her spiritual insouciance.
‘Carnival Story
Story’’ (1954) - Starring Anne Baxter and Steve Cochran.
Directed by Kurt Neumann. In search of better business, a big American
carnival opens in Munich, Germany. Joe the barker befriends attractive
pickpocket Willie, finds her a job, and beds her. Then high diver Frank
recruits Willie as his assistant. When Frank falls for her and proposes
marriage, Joe takes the opportunity to brush her off. After the marriage,
Joe figures he can still exercise his sexual hold over Willie; but tragedy
‘Casablanca Express
Express’’ (1989) - Starring Jason Connery and Glenn Ford.
Martino. In 1942, Winston Churchill is taken hostage
Directed by
by Nazis on a train to Casablanca, and it’s up to special agent Cooper to
save him.
‘Case 14927
14927’’ (1980) - Starring Russ Dubuc and Cynthia Stewart.
Directed by Dave Adams. A homicidal maniac escapes from a mental
institution. He shows up on a college campus where he terrorizes and
murders several young, beautiful coeds. In a desperate attempt to stop the
slaying, the police locate his sister who is the only living person able to
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communicate with him. Just as she has convinced him to turn himself in,
the police shoot him, ending the reign of terror.
‘Cassandra Cat, The
The’’ (1963) - Starring Vaclav Babka and Jirina
Bohdalova. Directed by Vojtech Jasny. A strange cat arrives in a small
village. The cat wears glasses, and when someone takes them off, she
can color people, according to their nature and mood. The grown-ups of
the village consider the cat to be dangerous, but can’t stop the kids from
loving her.
‘Castle of the Walking Dead
Dead’’ (1967) - Starring Christopher Lee and Lex
Barker. Directed by Harald Reinl. Accused in the slayings of eleven
young women, Count Regula is drawn and quartered in a cruel execution.
Years later, a beautiful baroness and her barrister are strangely
summoned to a legendary castle to claim her inheritance. She is abducted
with her maid and the attorney finds them prisoners beneath the castle,
where the reincarnated evil count intends to sacrifice them in his quest for
‘Cat in the Cage
Cage’’ (1978) - Starring Behrouz Vossoughi and Colleen
Camp. Directed by Tony Zarindast. A young man returns to his rich
family’s estate after a stay in a mental hospital. He finds that his father has
married his deceased wife’s nurse, who is secretly plotting with her lover,
the chauffeur, to murder the father and take his fortune.
‘Cat O’Nine Tails
Tails’’ (1971) - Starring James Franciscus and Karl Malden.
Directed by Dario Argento. A newspaper reporter and a retired, blind
detective try to solve a series of killings connected to a pharmaceutical
company’s experimental, top-secret research projects and in so doing,
both become targets of the killer.
‘Cave Dwellers
Dwellers’’ (1984) - Starring Miles O’Keeffe and Lisa Foster.
Directed by Joe D’Amato. Muscle-bound Ator and his mute Asian
sidekick travel from the ends of the Earth to save his aged mentor from
the evil mustachioed Zor.
‘Certain Fury
Fury’’ (1985) - Starring Tatum O’Neal and Irene Cara. Directed
by Stephen Gyllenhaal. Two girls, the innocent Tracy and the not-soinnocent Scarlet are caught in a brutal escapade of mistaken identity,
accused of a crime they didn’t commit. Hustled and hassled, they’re
pursued by cops hell-bent on revenge and hot-tempered hoodlums with
killer instincts.
Chained’’ (1972) - Starring Pam Grier and Margaret Markov. Directed by
Eddie Romero. When two troublemaking female prisoners can’t seem to
get along, they are chained together and extradited for safekeeping. The
women, still chained together, stumble, stab, and cat-fight their way
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across the wilderness, igniting a bloody shootout between gangsters and
a group of revolutionaries.
Challenge’’ aka ‘Manhunter
Manhunter’’ (1978) - Starring Earl Owensby and
William T. Hicks. Directed by Martin Beck. Frank Challenge, running for
the U.S. Senate, refuses to follow the Syndicate’s dictates. As a result, the
mob attempts to wipe out the non-conformist, but his family is murdered
instead. Frank then becomes judge, jury and executioner in his personal
vendetta against the corrupt politicians. One by one, Frank tracks them
down, satisfying his thirst for personal justice.
‘Challenge To Be Free
Free’’ (1976) - Starring Mike Mazurki and Fritz Ford.
Directed by Tay Garnett and Ford Beebe. Action adventure geared
toward a young audience depicting the struggles of a man being pursued
by 12 men and 100 dogs across a thousand miles of frozen wilderness.
‘Champagne Charlie
Charlie’’ (1989) - Starring Hugh Grant and Megan
Gallagher. Directed by Allan Eastman. This is the story of Charles
Heidsieck, who opened the market for Champagne sales in America just
prior to the American Civil War. He is a reluctant French spy who is
captured and spends time in a Union prison. There are two parallel love
stories (he is French) and a battle with his uncle for control of the family
‘Champions Forever
Forever’’ (1989) - Starring Muhammad Ali and George
Foreman. Directed by Dimitri Logothetis. In this movie, you will discover
the real men behind the legends, and uncover the hidden anguish and
secret passions that drove them to greatness. Hear them talk about
themselves and each other with surprising candor as they discuss their
highs and lows both in and out of the ring.
Charade’’ (1963) - Starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn. Directed
by Stanley Donen. Several men, posing as women, seek the fortune of a
widow’s dead husband in Paris while ensuing romance and suspense.
Charleston’’ (1977) - Starring Bud Spencer and James Coco. Directed
by Marcello Fondato. A con man tries to pull a fast one on what appears
to be easy prey, but his “victim” scams him out of five million dollars
Charms’’ (1973) - Starring Keith Carradine and Scott Glenn. Directed
by Leo Garen. Set in rural Nebraska following the Fist World War, six
veterans on motorcycles ride into the sleepy little town of Bingo. The
locals are friendly until one of the vets beats a local kid in a drag race,
after which the six are driven out of town. After coming upon a small farm,
the fugitives are allowed to hide out by the two sisters who run the place.
Things go smoothly until one of the vets tries to rape one of the hostesses
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after smoking the locoweed growing nearby. Being part Native American,
her sister decides to get revenge by casting a hex that steadily does in
each of the now unwelcome guest.
Charro’’ (1969) - Starring Elvis Presley and Ina Balin. Directed by
Charles Marquis Warren. Jess Wade is innocently accused of having
stolen a cannon from the Mexican revolutionary forces. He tries to find the
real culprits, a gang of criminals.
‘Chaste & Pure
Pure’’ (1981) - Starring Laura Antonelli and Fernando Rey.
Directed by Salvatore Samperi. The movie is about a rich girl that
everybody’s interested in only to get a hand on the loads of cash she
inherited. Her daddy doesn’t want her to get married because this would
mean the end of his reign on the girl’s money.
‘Chevy Van
Van’’ (1977) - Starring Danny Devito and Stuart Gertz. Directed
by Sam Grossman. A shy Los Angeles teenager buys a van in hopes of
attracting girls.
‘Children of Sanchez, The
The’’ (1978) - Starring Anthony Quinn and
Dolores del Rio. Directed by Hall Bartlett. The moving story of one
man’s attempt to provide for his family with very little to draw upon except
faith and love.
‘Children of the Night
Night’’ (1971) - Starring Delphine Seyrig and John
Karlen. Directed by Harry Kumel. A 300-year-old lesbian vampire and
her lover stay at a posh European resort. They seduce a sadistic husband
and his beautiful wife. The husband is soon found dead, and his wife joins
the two vampires.
‘China 9, Liberty 37
37’’ (1978) - Starring Fabio Testi and Warren Oates.
Directed by Tony Brandt and Monte Hellman. Condemned gunman
Clayton is given a last minute reprieve on condition he murders rancher
Matthew for a railway company. Visiting Matthew’s ranch, Clayton is
unable to bring himself to kill him and leaves, but Matthew’s wife,
Catherine, believing she has killed Matthew during an argument joins
Clayton. Matthew, still alive and mad as hell, joins Clayton’s equally
angered employers to hunt down the pair.
‘Chinese Caper, The
The’’ (1978) - Starring Geoffrey Devel and Meredith
MacRae. Directed by Paul Leder. An American expatriate on the run from
the law in China puts his last hope in a girl with strong ties to the Chinese
Chino’’ (1973) - Starring Charles Bronson and Jill Ireland. Directed by
Duilio Colletti and John Sturges. Chino Valdez is a loner horse breeder
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living in the Old West who falls in love with a girl but faces trouble from her
brother when he finds out about the relationship.
‘Choice of Weapons, A’ (1976) - Starring John Mills and Donald
Pleasence. Directed by Kevin Connor. When the honorable Sir Edward
Giffor is brutally slain, his Anglo-American son, Sir John, finds the jousting
far from innocent as the blue-blooded knights change into black-hearted
Choices’’ (1981) - Starring Demi Moore and Victor French. Directed by
Silvio Narizzano. A young man, skilled in both sports and music, faces a
difficult decision when he is afflicted with a hearing impairment.
Christabel’’ (1988) - Starring Elizabeth Hurley and Stephen Dillane.
Directed by Adrian Shergold. When a young woman marries a German
lawyer and settles in Germany, her only desire is to enjoy her family. But
as Germany slips into the horror of the Nazi regime and her husband is
arrested, she is transformed into a desperate woman and faces the
Gestapo to save her family.
‘Christian the Lion
Lion’’ (1971) - Starring Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna.
Directed by Bill Travers. A lion born in a London zoo is returned to the
wilds of Africa.
‘Christmas Evil
Evil’’ (1980) - Starring Brandon Maggart and Dianne Hull.
Directed by Lewis Jackson. In this comedic horror movie, a toymaker
tries to make the Christmas spirit a reality, becoming obsessed with the
behavior of children and the quality of the toys he makes. When he is met
with hypocrisy and cynicism, he snaps and goes on a killing spree.
‘Christmas Tree, The
The’’ (1969) - Starring William Holden and Virna Lisi.
Directed by Terrence Young. Since the death of his mother, Pascal, ten
years old, spends his holidays in Corsica with his wealthy father. One day
an aircraft falls into the sea near the shores where Pascal plays daily.
Soon blue marks appear on his face, which turns out to be contamination
by the nuclear weapon carried on the destroyed plane, and his father can
do nothing but give his son the best six months that he has left.
‘CIA Code Name: Alexa
Alexa’’ (1993) - Starring Lorenzo Lamas and O.J.
Simpson. Directed by Joseph Merhi. A C.I.A. operative kills a terrorist
during a prison break. When a group of terrorists attempts to recover a
microchip implanted in the man’s body, one of them is captured and
convinced by the CIA to work for them as an informer.
‘City Limits
Limits’’ (1985) - Starring John Stockwell and Darrell Larson.
Directed by Aaron Lipstadt. A series of teenage gangs struggle against
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each other in a not-to-distant future. Eventually they unite against an evil
corporation and its CEO.
‘City of the Walking Dead
Dead’’ (1980) - Starring Hugo Stiglitz and Laura
Trotter. Directed by Umberto Lenzi . Airplane exposed to radiation crash
lands. Out of the wreckage, blood-drinking zombies emerge armed with
knives, guns and teeth. They go on a rampage slicing, dicing, and biting
their way across the Italian countryside.
City’’s Edge, The
The’’ (1983) - Starring Hugo Weaving and Tommy Lewis.
Directed by Ken Quinnell. This movie is about a young man who moves
into a boardinghouse in a marginal part of Sydney in an effort to come to
terms with his father’s death and become a writer. he gets enmeshed in
the lives of the boarders, including a junkie, his sister, and an aboriginal
‘Club Fed
Fed’’ (1990) - Starring Burt Young and Judy Landers. Directed by
Nathaniel Christian. White-collar crime…doing time has never been so
good! A gangster’s girlfriend is framed and sent to minimum-security
prison where all the prisoners are filthy rich, where she falls in love with an
undercover FBI agent.
‘Club, The
The’’ (1980) - Starring Jack Thompson and Graham Kennedy.
Directed by Bruce Beresford. Coach Lori must rally the confidence and
ability of his team to recover from a losing season and capture the league
trophy. Incompetent administrators are planning to sell the players and
sack the coach, and a “bonus baby” is threatening to undermine the
morale of the team. Confronted by obstacles at every turn, Lori refuses to
accept defeat on or off the field.
‘Coach of the Year
Year’’ (1980) - Starring Robert Conrad and Erin Gray.
Directed by Don Medford. Jim Brandon, a former player of the Chicago
Bears, has been paralyzed as the result of an injury suffered during the
Vietnam War. When he returns, he tries to get a job as a football coach,
but doesn’t succeed. After a visit to the correctional facility of St. Charles,
he accepts an offer to be the football coach there, where he faces the
challenge of being accepted by the young delinquent residents.
‘Cobra Strikes, The
The’’ (1980) - Starring Franco Nero and Sybil Danning.
Directed by Enzo G. Castellari. A corrupt narcotics bureau official hires
an ex-cop to find a heroin kingpin on the back streets of Genoa, Italy.
‘Coca Cola Kid, The
The’’ (1984) - Starring Eric Roberts and Greta Scacchi.
Directed by Dusan Makavejev. A smug sales executive treks to Australia
to improve regional sales and becomes embroiled in sexual and
professional shenanigans.
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‘Cocaine Cowboys
Cowboys’’ (1979) - Starring Jack Palance and Tom Sullivan.
Directed by Ulli Lommel. Dustn is the leader of a rock band on the brink
of super-stardom. Until now they have juggled their music career with
cocaine smuggling. The musicians and their manager Raf wish to server
their ties with organized crime and concentrate on music. However, they
are coerced into doing one last job for the mob. They lose the $2 million of
cocaine, and find themselves marked men unless they can fulfill their
‘Cocaine Wars
Wars’’ (1986) - Starring John Schneider and Kathryn Witt.
Directed by Hector Olivera. An undercover U.S. agent kills dozens while
trying to rescue his kidnapped girlfriend from an evil South American drug
‘Cockfighters, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Warren Oates and Richard B.
Shull. Directed by Monte Hellman. A rough and tumble tale of a group of
cockfighters and their quest to obtain the Cockfighter of the Year award.
‘Code Name Alpha
Alpha’’ (1971) - Starring Stewart Granger and Rosanna
Schiaffino. Directed by Ernst Hofbauer. American secret service agents,
assigned to infiltrate a crime syndicate track down and smash a gold
smuggling ring operating out of Hong Kong. Amidst flying bullets, car
chases, and pretty girls, they manage to obtain a vital codebook but are
captured in the process of breaking the code and taken prisoner by “the
organization”. In order to save themselves from a horrible death they
make a desperate attempt for freedom in a breathtaking climax full of
suspense and intrigue.
‘Cold Blood
Blood’’ (1975) - Starring Rutger Hauer and Vera Tschechowa.
Directed by Ralf Gregan and Gunter Vaessen. Corinna witnesses three
men chase and shoot a man in front of her isolated house. She treats the
wounded man and falls in love with him, and despite his drug dealing
background decides to accompany him, followed closely by the men
seeking his demise.
‘Cold Eyes of Fear
Fear’’ (1971) - Starring Giovanna Ralli and Frank Wolff.
Directed by Enzo G. Castellari. Set in a swinging London full of corrupt
cops, a decadent young attorney plans to spend a cozy evening with his
girlfriend in his uncle’s cottage, unaware that the man his uncle sent to
prison is now free and out for revenge.
‘Cold Sweat
Sweat’’ (1993) - Starring Charles Bronson and Liv Ullmann.
Directed by Terence Young. A brutal drug trader takes violent revenge
after his wife is captured by a drug boss.
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‘Collector, The
The’’ (1975) - Starring Joe Pesci and Lou Criscuolo. Directed
Vito. Neighborhood kid goes to work for the Mafia as a debt
‘Coming Out of the Ice
Ice’’ (1982) - Starring John Savage and Willie
Nelson. Directed by Waris Hussein. A young American man in Russia in
the 1920s helping to build a factory makes a request to go home to the
U.S. He is told that he will have to renounce his American citizenship;
when he refuses, he is tired for treason and sentenced to life in the Soviet
prison system, where he spends the next 38 years.
‘Commando Squad
Squad’’ (1976) - Starring Chuck Alford and Peter Owen.
Directed by Charles Nizet . Deep in German occupied North Africa; 5 of
the most battle scarred vets risk their lives in one of the war’s most
dangerous missions...they must blast their way into German installations
to prevent the enemy from developing a super explosive...against all odds,
these commandos do it...and do it right.
Commandos’’ (1968) - Starring Lee Van Cleef and Jack Kelly. Directed
by Armando Crispino. Sgt. Sullivan puts together a group of ItalianAmericans disguised as Italian soldiers in order to infiltrate a North African
camp held by the Italians.
‘Con Artists
Artists’’ (1976) - Starring Anthony Quinn and Adriano Celentano.
Directed by Sergio Corbucci. After con man Quinn is sprung from prison,
he and his protégé set up a sting operation against the beautiful Capucine.
‘Confessions of a Peeping John
John’’ aka ‘Hi, Mom!
Mom!’’ (1970) - Starring
Robert De Niro and Jennifer Salt. Directed by Brian De Palma. Jon
Rubin is a charmingly directionless Vietnam vet and would-be “erotic
filmmaker.” Convincing a film producer to finance his “peep art,” Rubin
sets up his camera to film the nocturnal activities of his unsuspecting
neighbors. In short order, he goes from voyeur to participant -- and mildmannered milquetoast to full-fledged urban guerrilla when his camera
draws him into the world of a “radical theatre” troupe.
‘Conflict, The
The’’ (1989) - Starring Martin Sheen and Trevor Howard.
Directed by Jack Gold. A powerful futuristic drama pitting a rebellious
Irish priest against a messenger sent by the Vatican.
‘Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur
Arthur’’s Court, A’ (1971) - Starring Bing
Crosby and Rhonda Fleming. Directed by Tay Garnett. A bump on the
head sends Hank Martin, 1912 mechanic, to Arthurian Britain, 528 A.D.,
where he is befriended by Sir Sagramore le Desirous and gains power by
judicious use of technology. He and Alisande, the King’s niece, fall in love
at first sight, which draws unwelcome attention from her fiancée Sir
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Lancelot; but worse trouble befalls when Hank meddles in the kingdom’s
‘Constantine and the Cross
Cross’’ (1962) - Starring Cornel Wilde and
Belinda Lee. Directed by Lionello De Felice. A saga of the early
Christians fight for the freedom to worship. Constantine defeats the
Roman armies and employs the Edict of Tolerance.
‘Contra Conspiracy
Conspiracy’’ (1988) - Starring Blake Bahner and Robert Beal.
Directed by Thomas Dewier. The CIA inherits live footage of the
slaughter of a Hollywood movie crew on location. One crewmember,
Kiersty, the teenaged daughter of the slain director-escapes the carnage
to tell the bloodthirsty tale of staying alive and a counter-revolutionary
army’s ruthless objectives.
‘Convict Women
Women’’ (1974) - Starring Mickey Rooney and Ted Cassidy.
Directed by Chris Robnison. Four women escape from a prison and wind
up stranded in a swamp with a lecherous redneck after them. Meanwhile,
a federal agent tracks a ring of heroin smugglers through the same swamp.
‘Cop and the Girl, The
The’’ (1984) - Starring Jurgen Prochnow and Annette
von Klier. Directed by Peter Keglevic. The ‘Bullet’ is a real tough cop.
When he helps a girl being beaten by rockers she steals his car and gun
in return. Wanting his stuff back the ‘Bullet’ follows the girl to the frontier of
Holland where Dutch policemen catch her. The ‘Bullet’ knocks out the
policemen in order to get his gun back having to take the girl, too, as she
threatens to be a witness. Thus both are being chased as terrorists
making up a strange friendship.
‘Cop Game
Game’’ (1988) - Starring Brent Huff and Max Laurel. Directed by
Bruno Mattei. In the final days of the Vietnam War, someone is killing the
officers of the elite Cobra Force. Morgan & Huff, two undercover M.P.’s,
are assigned the case. The trail leads from the streets of Saigon to the
war zone and up the chain of command to the very top. On the way there
are drugs, war crimes and a beautiful Russian spy.
‘Cop in Blue Jeans, The
The’’ (1976) - Starring Jack Palance and Tomas
Milian. Directed by Bruno Corbucci. An undercover cop finds and arrests
a series of purse snatchers until he discovers an American at the top of an
evil ring of thieves.
‘Corfu Connection, The
The’’ (1972) - Starring Peter Lee Lawrence and
Adolfo Celi. Directed by Nardo Bonomi. A mob boss seeks revenge on
an underling who successfully steals a shipment of his illegal guns.
‘Corpse Grinders
Grinders’’ (1971) - Starring Sean Kenney and Monika Kelly.
Directed by Ted V. Mikels. When the Lotus Cat Food Company finds itself
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in financial trouble, the owners decide to find a new, cheap source of meat
- the local graveyard. Only one problem -- soon cats develop a taste for
human flesh, and tabbies are tearing out throats all over town.
‘Corrupt Ones, The
The’’ (1967) - Starring Elke Sommer and Robert Stack.
Directed by James Hill and Frank Winterstein. A freelance photographer
living in China unwittingly gains possession of a precious medallion and
finds himself dogged by spies, criminal gangs and two beautiful women,
one sincere, the other…deadly!
‘Count Dracula and His Vampire Bride
Bride’’ (1974) - Starring Christopher
Lee and Peter Cushing. Directed by Alan Gibson. In London in 1970s,
Scotland Yard police investigators think they have uncovered a case of
vampirism. They can in an expert vampire researcher named Van Helsing
(an ancestor of the great vampire-hunter himself, no less) to help them put
a stop to these hideous crimes. It becomes apparent that the culprit is
Count Dracula himself, disguised as a reclusive property developer, but
secretly plotting to unleash a fatal virus upon the world.
‘Countess Dracula
Dracula’’ (1971) - Starring Ingrid Pitt and Nigel Green.
Directed by Peter Sasdy. In medieval Europe aging Countess Elisabeth
rules harshly with the help of lover Captain Dobi. Convinced that bathing
in the blood of young girls brings back her youth, she gets Dobi to start
abducting likely candidates, even as the disappearances terrify the town.
Crack’’ (1975) - Starring Cliff Gorman and Richard Gere. Directed by
Barry Shear. A New York City detective teams up with a federal agent
and a state trooper to bust up a drug ring.
‘Crack in the World
World’’ (1965) - Starring Dana Andrews and Janette Scott.
Directed by Andrew Marton. Dr. Steven Sorenson (Andrews) plans to tap
the geothermal energy of the Earth’s interior by means of a thermonuclear
device detonated deep within the Earth. Despite dire warnings by fellow
scientist Ted Rampian (Moore), Dr. Sorenson proceeds with the
experiment after secretly learning that he is terminally ill. This experiment
causes a crack to form and grow within the earth’s crust, which threatens
to split the earth in two if it is not stopped in time.
Craze’’ (1973) - Starring Jack Palance and Diana Dors. Directed by
Freddie Francis. A demented art dealer performs nightly rituals in honor
of the African god Chuku, whom he believes will reward him with
unimaginable wealth and power if he merely offers up human sacrifice. His
methods are fairly creative, ranging from impalement, slashing and
burning, to scaring people to death with a fright mask.
‘Crazy Streets
Streets’’ (1987) - Starring Alec Baldwin and Hanna Schygulla.
Directed by Amos Kollek. The story of a woman who is a temp by day
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and a would-be novelist by night. As of late, she’s been mugged, fired,
and dropped by her agent, and she’s ready to end it all. Instead, she
accidentally holds up a rich couple and winds up with a full-length mink
and a full-blown mystery that changes her life for good.
‘Created to Kill
Kill’’ (1976) - Starring Rock Hudson and Barbara Carrera.
Directed by Ralph Nelson. A scientist doing experiments on a human
fetus discovers a method to accelerate the fetus into a mature adult in just
a few days. However, the “adult” fetus turns into a homicidal psycho and
looks for a new formula to prevent it from aging further.
‘Creature from Black Lake
Lake’’ (1976) - Starring Jack Elam and Dub Taylor.
Directed by Joy N. Houck Jr. Some fishermen are attacked in the
Louisiana swamps. When the word gets out of a mysterious Bigfoot-type
creature, two researchers arrive and discover a very angry and murderous
missing link.
‘Creepers, The
The’’ (1971) - Starring Suzy Kendall and Frank Finlay.
Directed by Sidney Hayers. Two beautiful girls from a prominent finishing
school have been attacked and murdered in a forest beyond its campus.
The affluent residents, whose estates border the woods, come to look
askance at each other, pondering the question: who among them is the
‘Crime Boss
Boss’’ (1972) - Starring Telly Savalas and Antonio Sabato.
Directed by Alberto De Martino. The scene is set for war in the streets in
this Italian produced crime drama starring Telly Savalas and Lee Van
Cleef. A new boss is elected to take over a crime family that leaves his life
pure danger.
‘Crime in the Streets
Streets’’ (1956) - Starring John Cassavetes and Sal Mineo.
Directed by Don Siegel. Social worker tries to befriend local slum gang.
Crossbow’’ (1986) - Starring Will Lyman and Jeremy Clyde. Directed by
Dennis Berry, John David Coles and George Mihalka. Fourteenth
Century Europe is the majestic backdrop for this mythic tale of William Tell.
Tell and his son Matthew are imprisoned by the tyrannical Gessler,
governor of the Swiss province of Austria. After escaping, Tell leads the
Swiss resistance against Austrian imperial rule and rescues his son in a
climactic confrontation with Gessler.
‘Crucible of Horror
Horror’’ (1970) - Starring Michael Gough and Yvonne
Gurney. Directed by Viktors Ritelis. A mother and daughter hatch a
scheme to murder their family’s domineering and sadistic patriarch.
‘Cry Blood Apache
Apache’’ (1970) - Starring Jody McCrea and Marie Gahva.
Directed by Jack Starrett. A gang of gold-hungry cowboys slaughters a
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small band of Apaches. During the massacre an Indian woman promises
to lead them to a hidden gold mine if they will spare her life. As they
journey to the mine, the only surviving Apache warrior pursues them. They
soon discover that Apache revenge is painful, slow and fatal.
‘Cry of the Black Wolves
Wolves’’ (1972) - Starring Ron Ely and Raimund
Harmstorf. Directed by Harald Reinl. A trapper wrongly accused of
murder saves the life of a bounty hunter hired to capture him.
‘Cry of the Innocent
Innocent’’ (1980) - Starring Rod Taylor and Joanna Pettet.
Directed by Michael O’Herlihy. A former Green Beret who is now a
successful businessman investigates the plane crash in Ireland that killed
his family.
‘Cry of the Penguins
Penguins’’ (1971) - Starring John Hurt and Hayley Mills.
Directed by Arne Sucksdorff, Alfred Viola and Roy Boulting.
Womanizing biologist Forbush heads off on an Antartic expedition to study
penguins when his would be romance with Tara comes to naught.
‘Cry of the Wolf
Wolf’’ (1975) - Starring Jack Palance and Joan Collins.
Directed by Gianfranco Baldanello. An evil scumbag gains control of
Dawson City, Alaska during the gold rush days. He hires a gang of toughs
to strike fear in the gutless townsfolk by stomping or murdering anyone
dumb enough to question his authority.
‘Cry Panic
Panic’’ (1974) - Starring John Forsythe and Earl Holliman. Directed
Goldstone. A man accidentally runs over and kills a pedestrian
outside a small town. He begins to suspect that the locals, including the
sheriff, are keeping secrets about the victim.
‘Cry Wilderness
Wilderness’’ (1986) - Starring Eric Foster and Maurice
Grandmaison. Directed by Jay Schlossberg-Cohen. A Bigfoot-type
creature befriends a college student, but his father thinks it’s an escaped
tiger and sets out to capture it.
‘Cuba Crossing
Crossing’’ (1980) - Starring Stuart Whitman and Robert Vaughn.
Directed by Chuck Workman. The depressed and alcoholic skipper of the
yacht Bella Donna gives up sailing until he meets two beautiful young
women who want to sail to Bermuda for a taste of the good life. The calm
of the Atlantic is disturbed when they are plagued by bad weather and
fierce storms, and tensions rise as the two women’s jealousies erupt.
‘Curious Adventures of Mr. Wonderbird
Wonderbird’’ (1953) - Starring Anouk
Aimee and Roger Blin. Directed by Paul Grimault and Pierre Grimault.
A chimney sweep and his beloved shepherdess are aided by Wonderbird
in their escape from a ruthless dictator.
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‘Curse of the Werewolf, The
The’’ (1961) - Starring Clifford Evans and
Oliver Reed. Directed by Terence Fisher. In Spain, Leon is born on
Christmas day to a mute servant girl who was raped by a beggar. His
mother dies giving birth and he is looked after by Don Alfredo. As a child
Leon becomes a werewolf after having been taken hunting. As a young
man, he works in a wine cellar and falls in love with the owner’s daughter
Cristina. One full moon, he again turns into a werewolf and terrifies the
‘Custer of the West
West’’ (1967) - Starring Robert Shaw and Mary Ure.
Directed by Robert Siodmak. Account of the life and death of U.S. Army
commander General George Custer, from his heroic victories during the
Civil War to his defeat at the hands of the Sioux and Cheyenne tribes at
the Battle of Little Big Horn in 1876.
‘Cyborg 2087
2087’’ (1966) - Starring Michael Rennie and Karen Steele.
Directed by Franklin Adreon. A man accidentally runs over and kills a
pedestrian outside a small town. He begins to suspect that the locals,
including the sheriff, are keeping secrets about the victim.
Cyclone’’ (1977) - Starring Stefania D’Amario and Caroll Baker.
Directed by Rene Cardonna Jr. Two fishing boats are stranded in the
middle of cyclone and contend with sharks and cannibalism before being
‘Cyrano De Bergerac
Bergerac’’ (1950) (B/W) - Starring Jose Ferrer and Mala
Powers. Directed by Michael Gordon. France, 1640: Cyrano, the
charismatic swordsman-poet with the absurd nose, falls hopelessly in love
with the beautiful Roxane; she, in turn, confesses to Cyrano her love for
the handsome but tougue-tied Christian. The chivalrous Cyrano helps
Christian set up an innocent deception, with tragic results.
‘Dagger Eyes
Eyes’’ (1983) - Starring Carole Bouquet and Marcia Briscoe.
Directed by Carlo Vanzina. An international intrigue surrounds the
mysterious and seductive character named “Mystere” in this foreign spy
‘Dain Curse, The
The’’ (1978) - Starring James Coburn and Hector Elizondo.
Swackhamer. Hard-boiled private dick Hamilton Nash
Directed by
is hired to investigate a case of stolen diamonds, which leads him to a
lovely and odd young woman named Gabrielle, who believes she has
been stricken with the ancient curse of the Dain family a curse that causes
its victims to die prematurely.
‘Dan Candy
Candy’’s Law
Law’’ (1974) - Starring John Boylan and Jack Creley.
Directed by Claude Fournier. Based on an actual event, this is the story
of a Canadian Mountie’s year-long pursuit of a plucky Indian.
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‘Dance or Die
Die’’ (1987) - Starring Roy Kieffer and Rebecca Barrington.
Directed by Richard W. Munchkin. Just goes to show that in Las Vegas
you can’t have your dance and drugs too, because if the Mob doesn’t get
you, the Feds will.
‘Dangerous Days of Kiowa Jones
Jones’’ (1966) - Starring Robert Horton and
Sel Mineo. Directed by Alex March. Cowpoke Kiowa Jones crosses
paths with a U.S. Marshal escorting two convicted killers Bobby Jackwell
and “The Gypsy” to Fort Smith to be hanged. Stricken with a deadly
sickness, the Marshal deputizes Jones before he suddenly dies. On
Jones’ treacherous journey to Fort Smith, he must fight off savage Indians,
greedy bounty hunters and the ruthless killers.
‘Dark Forces
Forces’’ (1980) - Starring Robert Powell and David Hemmings.
Directed by Simon Wincer. A seemingly benevolent stranger holds a
powerful senator and his family in a state of spellbinding terror. The
stranger possesses miraculous psychic abilities.
‘Dark Night of the Scarecrow
Scarecrow’’ (1981) - Starring Charles During and
Robert F. Lyons. Directed by Frank De Felitta. In a small town, a
wrongfully killed man exacts revenge on those who murdered him beyond
the grave.
‘Dark Sunday
Sunday’’ (1978) - Starring Earl Owensby and Monique Proulx.
Directed by Jimmy Huston. After a Reverend’s family is ruthlessly
murdered in retaliation for revealing a large heroin stash, the man of God
becomes a man of merciless vengeance. Left voiceless in the massacre,
the Reverend rejects his church. Instead, he stalks the streets murdering
all drug pushers in his search for the drug ringleader. He is befriended by
a blind man and is taken in by a prostitute. Confidant he has “cleaned up
the streets,” the Reverend gives himself up only to be murdered by a
corrupt detective.
‘Dark, The
The’’ (1979) - Starring William Devane and Cathy Lee Crosby.
Directed by John ‘Bud
Bud’’ Cardos and Tobe Hooper. A seven-foot alien
that decapitates its victims and shoots laser beams from its eyes is
stalking Los Angeles. William Devane is the father of its first victim, and
teams up with a TV reporter, a rival detective and a psychic to track “The
Mangler” down before it claims its next victim.
‘Date with Death, A’ (1964) - Starring Dirk Bogarde and George
Chakiris. Directed by Ralph Thomas. During the Cyprus independence
struggle against British military rule in the 1950s, a British officer and a
beautiful Cypriot-American visitor are entangled in a conflict of love and
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‘Daughter of Death
Death’’ (1982) - Starring Sybill Banning and Anthony
Franciosa. Directed by Paul Nicholas and Maurice Smith. A teenaged
daughter, jealous of her new step-mother, constructs a diabolical plot to
rid herself of the beautiful rival for her father’s affection.
‘Daughter of the Jungle
Jungle’’ (1949) - Starring Lois Hall and James
Cardwell. Directed by George Blair. An airplane carrying two policemen
escorting a pair of criminals awaiting trial crash lands over a remote region
of the African jungle. Confronted by hostile natives, the passengers of the
airplane are helped by Ticoora, the Daughter of the Jungle.
‘Daughters of Satan
Satan’’ a.k.a. ‘Vampyres
Vampyres’’ (1974) - Starring Marianne
Morris and Anulka Dziubinska. Directed by Jose Ramon Larraz. Two
beautiful bisexual women roam the English countryside, luring
unsuspecting men to their estate for orgies of sex and blood. But when an
innocent young couple stumbles into the vampyres’ lair, they find
themselves sucked into an unforgettable vortex of savage lust and
forbidden desires.
‘David and Goliath
Goliath’’ (1960) - Starring Orson Welles and Ivica Pajer.
Directed by Richard Pottier and Ferdinando Baldi. The story of the film
is adapted from the Old Testament: The Philistines declare war on the
Israelites and wrench the Arch of the Alliance from them. Saul, the king of
Israel, listens meanwhile to the words of the prophets who tell him that the
new king will be a young shepherd called David. But still David has to fight
the enemy in form of their mighty giant Goliath.
‘David Copperfield
Copperfield’’ (1969) - Starring Richard Attenborough and Cyril
Cusack. Directed by Delbert Mann. This adaptation of the Charles
Dickens classic tells the story of a young orphan, first in the grip of cruel
stepfather Mr. Murdstone, and later sheltered by the warm family of
perennially penurious dreamer and drunkard, Mr. McCawber.
‘Day of the Animals
Animals’’ (1977) - Starring Christopher George and Leslie
Nielsen. Directed by William Girdler. The depletion of the earth’ s ozone
layer causes animals above the altitude of 5000 feet to run amok, which is
very unfortunate for a group of hikers who get dropped off up there by
helicopter just before the quarantine is announced.
‘Day of the Triffids, The
The’’ (1962) - Starring Howard Keel and Nicole
Maurey. Directed by Steve Sekely. A shower of meteorites produces a
glow that blinds anyone who looks at it. As a consequence, ninety nine
percent of the population goes blind. The ensuing chaos results in the
escape of some Triffids, experimental plants that are capable of moving
themselves around and attacking people.
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‘Day of the Wolves
Wolves’’ (1973) - Starring Richard Egan and Martha Hyer.
Grofe Jr. Gang tires to take over small town to rob its
Directed by
‘Days of Wrath
Wrath’’ (1968) - Starring Lee Van Cleef and Giuliano Gemma.
Directed by Tonino Valerii. A hard, cold, ruthless killer teaches a young
man the rules of a life dedicated to violence and based on the speed of a
gun. The young man later denies that lifestyle and the two stalk each other
throughout the town in a climactic duel to the death.
Dayton’’s Devils
Devils’’ (1968) - Starring Leslie Nielsen and Rory Calhoun.
Directed by Jack Shea. A crook brings together a group of ex-cons and
other misfits in order to rob the payroll at an Air Force base.
‘Dead for a Dollar
Dollar’’ (1968) - Starring John Ireland and George Hamilton.
Civirani. A Colonel, a con man, and a mysterious
Directed by
woman team up in the Old West to search for the two hundred thousand
dollars they stole from a local bank.
‘Dead Girls Don
Don’’t Tango
Tango’’ (1992) - Starring Kevin Lloyd and Christine
Burke. Directed by John Carr. A series killer who dances a last tango
with his victims before strangling them is on the loose, and it’s up to
inspector Wilson to catch him before he strikes again. Suspicion focuses
on a film projectionist at the local theater, until the real killer is caught and
the projectionist is exonerated.
‘Dead Kids
Kids’’ (1981) - Starring Michael Murphy and Louise Fletcher.
Directed by Michael Laughlin. A seemingly benevolent stranger holds a
powerful senator and his family in a state of spellbinding terror. The
stranger possesses miraculous psychic abilities.
‘Dead School
School’’ (1976) - Starring Derrel Maury and Andrew Stevens.
Directed by Rene Daalder. A high school transfer student, pushed to the
edge by a trio of brutal bullies, resorts to murder to reclaim the school from
oppression, and later turns against the students wanting to fill the vacuum
of their oppressors.
Deadline’’ (1987) - Starring Christopher Walken and Marita Marschall.
Directed by Nathaniel Gutman. Walken is a cynical American journalist
assigned to cover the warring factions in Beirut. He finds himself
becoming more and more involved in the events he’s supposed to report
when he falls in love with a German nurse who is aiding the rebel forces.
‘Deadly Cargo
Cargo’’ (1978) - Starring Fabio Testi and Janet Agren. Directed
by Gianfranco Baldanello and Manahem Golan. A secret agent and a
mercenary soldier try to stop a shipment of uranium out of Zaire from
falling into enemy hands.
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‘Deadly Companion
Companion’’ (1980) - Starring Anthony Perkins and Michael
Sarrazin. Directed by George Bloomfield. When Michael returns home
from an ordeal of terrorist kidnapping and torture in the Middle East, his
sanity is hanging by a thread. After his wife is suddenly raped and
murdered, Michael is tormented by a swirl of facts and flashbacks he can’t
understand. Paula is his only link to reality, and she will protect him at any
‘Deadly Companions, The
The’’ (1961) - Starring Maureen O’Hara and Brian
Keith. Directed by Sam Peckinpah. An ex-army officer accidentally kills a
woman’s son, and then tries to make up for it by escorting the funeral
procession through dangerous Indian territory.
‘Deadly Deal
Deal’’ (1975) - Starring James Mason and Luc Merenda.
Directed by Fernando Di Leo. The son of a wealthy businessman and
philanthropist is abducted, along with the son of a poor motorcycle
mechanic. The businessman tries to haggle with the abductors over the
ransom, leading to the death of the poor boy and a mission by his father to
avenge the killing by exterminating the kidnappers one by one.
‘Deadly Harvest
Harvest’’ (1977) - Starring Clint Walker and Nehemiah Persoff.
Directed by Timothy Bond. Scientists’ worst fears have been realizeddue to ecological abuse and overdevelopment of the land, food has
become extremely scarce. This in turn has caused people to become a bit
savage. They are particularly nasty to a farmer and his family.
‘Deadly Impact
Impact’’ (1984) - Starring Bo Svenson and Fred Williamson.
Directed by Fabrizio De Angelis. An action thriller about an illegal
gambling operation that transitions into a deadly gamble for life.
‘Deadly Possession
Possession’’ (1988) - Starring Penny Cook and Arna-Maria
Winchester. Directed by Craig Lahiff. A college student plays amateur
detective when she tries to clear her ex-husband’s name after he is
accused of the horrible murder of a fellow student.
‘Deadly Recruits
Recruits’’ (1986) - Starring Terence Stamp and Carmen du
Sautoy. Directed by Roger Tucker. A professor is convinced that the
downfall of several top students at Oxford amid scandal and rumor is due
to a KGB conspiracy.
‘Dear Mr. Wonderful
Wonderful’’ (1982) - Starring Joe Pesci and Ed O’Ross.
Directed by Peter Lilienthal. Ruby Dennis is the owner of a bowling alley
and nightclub in Jersey. He dreams of making it big in Vegas. However,
he finds more than he gambled for and in the end is a much bigger man
for it.
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‘Death at Love House
House’’ (1976) - Starring Robert Wagner and Kate
Jackson. Directed by E. W. Swackhamer . Joel and Donna Gregory
decide to spend some time at Love House, the home of legendary actress
Lorna Love, while Joel works on a book about her. Unfortunately, like his
father before him, Joel becomes obsessed with Lorna, and it will take
everything in Donna to save his life.
‘Death by Dialogue
Dialogue’’ (1988) - Starring Ken Sagoes and Laura Albert.
Directed by Thomas Dewier. Muddled story of some teenagers who
discover an old film script from a project never produced because it was
haunted by tragic accidents.
‘Death Driver
Driver’’ (1978) - Starring Earl Owensby and Mike Allen. Directed
by Jimmy Huston. After 10 years in retirement following a near-fatal
injury, Rex is determined to regain his crown as motor rodeo king. He
leaves his unfaithful wife to embark on a stunt car-driving rampage in
which he demolishes 80 automobiles. After inevitable skirmishes with the
law, Rex reaches the motor rodeo championship in charlotte. There, he is
pressured into performing the same stunt, which caused his injury a
decade before.
‘Death Journey
Journey’’ (1976) - Starring Fred Williamson and Bernard Kirby.
Directed by Fred Williamson. A private eye must safeguard a
government witness on a deadly cross-country journey. His tough
assignment is to bring in the informer, by covering 3000 miles in 48 hours.
‘Death of a Ninja
Ninja’’ (1982) - Starring Hiroyuki Sanada and Noriko
Watanabe. Directed by Mitsumasa Saito. A fortuneteller prophesizes that
whoever marries the beautiful Ukio will become the ruler of the world.
Naturally, this makes her very popular with those vying for power,
particularly the insatiably greedy Lord Donjo. Only the ninja Jotaro can
stop Donjo’s plan, but to do so, he must first battle the deadly team of
“Devil Monks” serving the lord.
‘Death of a Prophet
Prophet’’ (1981) - Starring Morgan Freeman and Yolanda
King. Directed by Woodie King Jr. A look at February 21, 1965, the last
day in the life of Malcolm X, and the circumstances leading up to his
‘Death of Richie
Richie’’ (1977) - Starring Robby Benson and Ben Gazzara.
Directed by Paul Wendkos. A sensitive but confused teenager feels
pressure on him from all directions and turns to drugs, which causes
problems for him in school and at home.
‘Death Race 2000
2000’’ (1975) - Starring David Carradine and Simone
Griffeth. Directed by Paul Bartel. The champion of a brutal cross-country
car race of the future where pedestrians are run down for points has a
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change of heart while being hounded by rivals and a conspiracy seeking
to stop the race.
‘Death Rage
Rage’’ (1976) - Starring Yul Brynner and Barbara Bouchet.
Directed by Antonio Margheriti. Peter Marciani is a hitman and agrees to
kill an underworld figure, but later on, he finds out that he is also a target.
‘Death Rides a Horse
Horse’’ (1968) - Starring Lee Van Cleef and John Phillip
Law. Directed by Giulio Petroni. As a child, Bill witnesses the murder of
his family by four robbers. Fifteen years later, he embarks on his revenge.
During his quest, he crosses paths with Ryan, an ex-con who wants the
money the robbers owe him.
‘Death Ring
Ring’’ (1993) - Starring Kelly Bennett and Mike Norris. Directed
by R.J. Kizer . Basic action/martial arts tale about three men who must
battle the bad guys to ensure their own survival.
‘Death Scream
Scream’’ (1971) - Starring Faye Dunaway and Frank Langella.
Directed by Rene Clement. Jill is surprised and angry when her computer
genius boyfriend decides to quit his job at a big company for reasons he
refuses to divulge. But when her children mysteriously disappear she
discovers that she may be caught in a deadly trap.
‘Death Sentence
Sentence’’ (1974) - Starring Cloris Leachman and Laurence
Luckinbill. Directed by E W Swackhamer. A juror on a murder case
begins to believe that the man on trial is innocent of the crime – and
discovers that the real killer is her own husband.
‘Death Squad
Squad’’ (1974) - Starring Robert Forster and Michelle Phillips.
Directed by Harry Falk. Dream vacation turns nightmarish for two couples
when the wives are taken hostage by several escaped convicts.
‘Death Stalk
Stalk’’ (1975) - Starring Vince Edwards and Anjanette Comer.
Directed by Robert Day. The whitewater raft trip of two couples is
interrupted by a visit from four prison escapees who take the women
hostage to aid in their escape. The husbands break free from their bonds
and raft down the river in hopes of rescuing their wives.
‘Death Wish Club
Club’’ (1983) - Starring Merideth Haze and Rick Barnes.
Directed by John Carr. A porno actress and her boyfriend are kidnapped
by her jealous millionaire producer and forced to participate in a “suicide
club,” where members participate in bizarre “Russian roulette” routines. If
the actress and her boyfriend can survive, the producer will set them free.
‘Decameron Nights
Nights’’ (1953) - Starring Joan Fontaine and Louis
Jourdan. Directed by Hugo Fregonese. Story of Boccaccio’s pursuit of a
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recently widowed by young women is interwoven amongst the three of the
14th century Italian writer’s bawdy tales.
‘Decapitator, The
The’’ aka ‘The Being
Being’’ (1983) - Starring Martin Landau and
Marianne Gordon. Directed by Jackie Kong. Toxic waste dumping in a
small Idaho town turns a young boy into horrible mutant monster. The
town’s police chief and a government scientist team up to stop the
monster, which is quickly killing off the town’s citizenry.
‘Deep Red
Red’’ (1975) - Starring David Hemmings and Daria Nicolodi.
Directed by Dario Argento. A stylish but gruesome rock music-driven tale
of a composer who reads a book on the occult, which happens to relate to
the sadistic, sangfroid murder of his neighbor. When he visits the book’s
author, he discovers that she has been horribly murdered as well.
Delirium’’ (1979) - Starring Turk Cekovsky and Nick Panouzis. Directed
by Peter Maris. Homicidal maniac goes on a killing spree and has just
one thing in mind -- women. Angry group of citizens inadvertently includes
the demonic villain in their vigilante club.
‘Delta Fox
Fox’’ (1979) - Starring Richard Lynch and John Ireland. Directed
by Beverly Sebastian and Ferd Sebastian. Delta Fox is carrying a million
dollars for the mob, but the mob is carrying a grudge and the chase is on.
‘Dementia 13
13’’ (1963) - Starring William Campbell and Luana Anders.
Directed by Francis Ford Coppola. John Haloran has a fatal heart attack,
but his wife Louise discovers that she has been cut out of the will. She
travels to his Irish ancestral home to meet the family and look for a way to
get a cut of the loot. There she discovers that the Halorans enact a morbid
ritual in remembrance of John’s sister, who drowned six years earlier in a
pond. Secrets shroud the sister’s demise, and soon the family and their
guests begin experiencing an attrition problem.
‘Demon Within, The
The’’ (1972) - Starring Christopher Walken and Ronny
Cox. Directed by Bernard Girard. A rebellious and violence-prone U.S.
soldier, stationed in West Germany, is admitted to a mental institution. He
soon discovers that the hospital is actually a secret army laboratory
experimenting with the brain control of humans!
Deserters’’ (1971) - Starring Bekim Fahmiu and Richard Crenna.
Directed by Niksa Fulgosi and Burt Kennedy. Bitter over his wife’s death
due to what he believes was army negligence, Capt. Viktor Kaleb deserts
the cavalry and disappears into the southwestern wasteland. But when
marauding Apaches set up a stronghold just out of the cavalry’s reach in
Mexico, Kaleb is given amnesty in exchange for leading a small band of
especially trained soldiers to wipe out the Indian stronghold.
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‘Desperate for Love
Love’’ (1989) - Starring Christian Slater and Tammy
Lauren. Directed by Michael Tuchner. The story of murder among a trio
of teenagers after a boy breaks up with a girl and she turns into the arms
of his vulnerable best friend.
‘Desperate Men
Men’’ (1980) - Starring Ken Wahl and Judge Reinhold.
Directed by Paul Glickler. Two discharged soldiers are suspected of
being spies with information about a Caribbean invasion.
‘Desperate Target
Target’’ (1980) - Starring Christopher Mitchum and Michael
B. Christy. Produced by Henry Park. Courageous people fight against all
odds to survive.
‘Detroit 9000
9000’’ (1973) - Starring Hari Rhodes and Alex Rocco. Directed
by Arthur Marks. A pair of Detroit policemen investigates a robbery that
occurred at a black congressman’s fundraising banquet.
‘Devastator, The
The’’ (1985) - Starring Rick Hill and Katt Shea. Directed by
Cirio H. Santiago. Violent warfare erupts in Northern California when
Vietnam vet Deacon Porter reassembles his Combat Strike Force to
avenge the death of a commanding officer.
‘Devil Dog: The Hound of Hell
Hell’’ (1978) - Starring Richard Crenna and
Yvette Mimieux. Directed by Curtis Harrington. A family has trouble with
man’s best friend when they adopt a dog that is the son of the “Hound of
Hell” in this made-for-television movie.
‘Devil Kiss
Kiss’’ (1975) - Starring Oliver Mathews and Evelyn Scott.
Directed by Georges Gigo. Former Countess Clair and Professor Gruber
conduct occult research in castle basement of Count Victor, re-animating
people to kill for them.
‘Devil Master
Master’’ (1977) - Starring Christmas Robbins and Val Mayerik.
Directed by Donald G. Jackson and Jerry Younkins. Leader of a satanic
cult calls forth the devil when he doesn’t get his way.
‘Devil Walks at Midnight
Midnight’’ (1971) - Starring Erika Blanc and Jean
Servais. Directed by Jean Brismee. Six of seven tourists in an east
European castle overnight are victims of a helper of the devil.
Devil’’s Crude
Crude’’ (1971) - Starring Galo Ahumada and Paco DeOnis.
Directed by Tommaso Dazzi . While sailing around the world, Nick’s boat
is capsized by an oil tanker and he goes gunning for revenge. He
encounters many obstacles as he attempts to gain access to the hierarchy
of the oil company’s board of directors. The 12-year-old boy who comes to
his rescue ends up being the heir to the oil company and his young life is
now in danger too.
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‘Diamond Alley
Alley’’ (1977) - Starring Linda Purl and Louis Gossett Jr.
Directed by Marvin J. Chomsky. The sister of ex-pimp and current Los
Angeles Police detective Kyle York was murdered working the streets a
few years ago. Since his reform, he has teamed with Officer Russ Garfield
to clear the streets of under-age girls working in prostitution. Pretty, young
runaway Hailey Atkins has been turned out. Down deep she wants to go
straight but has had great difficulty escaping her pimp and doesn’t even
have a place to go. York and Garfield go out on a limb to try and help.
‘Die Sister, Die!’ (1972) - Starring Jack Ging and Edith Atwater.
Directed by Randall Hood. A man hires a nurse to care for his ailing but
nasty and shrewish sister. What he really intends to do, however, is to
convince the nurse to join him in a plot to kill her.
‘Dirty Heroes
Heroes’’ (1967) - Starring Frederick Stafford and Daniela Bianchi.
Directed by Alberto De Martino. It is Holland in the Spring of 1945, and
two armies face each other in the final confrontation of World War II. On
the one hand are the powerful forces of the Allies, on the other, all that
remains of the Third Reich. The scene is set for the Battle of the Ardennes.
‘Doc Hooker
Hooker’’s Bunch
Bunch’’ (1976) - Starring Dub Taylor and Gaetana
Campbell. Directed by Zack Belcher. A group of theatrically gifted
cowboys, known as Doc Hooker’s Bunch, spend their time traveling from
city to city entertaining the town folk. When not entertaining the bunch are
pulling major league heists to help make ends meet.
‘Doctor is in, The
The’’ aka ‘Under the Doctor
Doctor’’ (1976) - Starring Barry Evans
and Liz Fraser. Directed by Gerry Poulson. A British sex comedy about a
psychiatrist who fantasizes about his gorgeous female patients who only
want to talk about their sexual problems.
‘Dog Day
Day’’ (1984) - Starring Lee Marvin and Miou Miou. Directed by
Yves Boissier. A fugitive on the run from the law and carrying several
million dollars hides out in the house of a farm family. The tables turn
when the family turns out to be even more criminally-oriented than he is,
and begins to terrorize him instead of the other way around.
‘Doing Life
Life’’ (1986) - Starring Tony Danza and Charles W. Gray.
Directed by Gene Reynolds. Based on a true story, this movie tells the
story of a prisoner waiting on death row. Convicted as an accomplice in
the murder of two policemen, his only way to survive is through the study
of the law.
‘Doll Collector
Collector’’ (1980) - Starring Daryl Colinot and Barbara Burgess.
Directed by John Carr. Jack, an aspiring actor, and his sweet-faced 70year-old mother, play a devilish game. In their chauffeured limousine they
pick up hitchhiking or stranded young girls and whisk them away to their
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Hollywood Hills estate to be added to his collection of imprisoned human
dolls. Jack plays a variety of games with his prisoners, much as he does
with his hundreds of toy dolls. Or, he and his mother enact scenes from
old movies for their captives. Jack’s downfall begins with his attraction for
the newly captured Tanya. His mother, who plays quite an abnormal role
in Jack’s life, becomes jealous. She poisons some of the inmates. The
survivors revolt and hunt down the demented Jack while Tanya and the
police capture the mother who trips out into her final fantasy.
‘Doll Squad
Squad’’ (1973) - Starring Michael Ansara and Francine York.
Directed by Ted V. Mikels. An elite army of female assassins races
against time and death to save the world from a diabolical plot of mass
destruction at the hands of a madman no one has ever seen.
Don’’t Mess with My Sister
Sister’’ (1985) - Starring Joe Perce and Jeannie
Lemay. Directed by Meir Zarchi. One evening of passion with an exotic
dancer turns into a night of terror for Steven Minote. Never in his darkest
nightmares did he imagine it would lead to a twisted, violent battle of
bloody revenge!
‘Dot and Santa Claus
Claus’’ (1982) - Starring Robyn Moore (voice) and Drew
Forsythe (voice). Directed by Yoram Gross. Dot has lost her kangaroo
and through fate meets Santa Claus, who helps her find him in Central
Park’s zoo.
‘Dot and the Bunny
Bunny’’ (1984) - Starring Dew Forsythe (voice) and
Barbara Frawley (voice). Directed by Yoram Gross. An animated
children’ s feature from Australia which follows the adventures of Dot, a
spunky red-headed girl, as she goes in search of a missing baby kangaroo
named Joey. On her travels, Dot meets an unusual rabbit named Funny
‘Dot and the Kangaroo
Kangaroo’’ (1977) - Starring Joan Bruce (voice) and
Barabara Fawley (voice). Directed by Yoram Gross. A little lost girl is
trying to find her way home. Guiding Dot on her journey is a wide
assortment of zany animals.
‘Dot and the Koala
Koala’’ (1985) - Directed by Yoram Gross. Fantasy
adventures of a little redheaded girl and her animal friends in Australia.
‘Double Cross
Cross’’ (1975) - Starring Nancy Kwan and Ross Hagen.
Directed by Gus Trikonis. An Oregon cowboy, a World War II vet, and a
sexy vixen travel to the Philippines hoping to win ten thousand dollars in
the First International Cockfighting Olympics.
‘Double Cross
Cross’’ (1987) - Starring Robert Vaughn and Simon Andrew.
Directed by Rafael Ferri. A down-and-out director and his girlfriend are
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persuaded to steal an Incan idol and are pursued by the police and a gang
of ruthless thieves.
‘Down Among the Z Men
Men’’ (1952) - Starring Peter Sellers and Harry
Secombe. Directed by Maclean Rogers. Absent-minded Professor Pure
Heart stumbles upon a top-secret formula in Harry’s Grocery Shop. When
Harry tries to return it, he mistakenly enlists in the new “Z” reservists under
the command of a very whacky leader. What they don’t know is some
crooks have also enlisted and are now after Harry.
‘Dr. Jekyll
Jekyll’’s Dungeon of Death
Death’’ (1982) - Starring James Mathers and
John F. Kearney. Directed by James Wood. Dr. Jekyll and his
lobotomized sister, Hilda, scour the streets of San Francisco looking for
human blood to recreate his great-grandfather’s secret serum.
‘Dragon Princess
Princess’’ (1981) - Starring Sonny Chiba and Sue Shihomi.
Directed by Hiroshi Kohira and Yataka Kodaira. When the king of karate
and his dragon princess confront the blind master of the bloody blades,
sparks fly.
‘Dream to Believe
Believe’’ (1986) - Starring Keanu Reeves and Olivia d’Abo.
Directed by Paul Lynch. The story of a teenage gymnast aiming for the
championship overcoming the obstacles placed by an abusive stepfather,
an ailing mother and an injury.
Dreamchild’’ (1985) - Starring Coral Browne and Ian Holm. Directed by
Gavin Millar. In 1932, an 80-year-old Alice Hargreaves, the original
inspiration for Alice in Wonderland, travels to New York to attend a
celebration of Lewis Carroll’s centenary. Confused by American culture
and unable to understand the huge popularity of the author’s work, Mrs.
Hargreaves begins to remember details of the childhood events that led to
the writing of the stories.
‘Driller Killer, The
The’’ (1978) - Starring Abel Ferrara and Carolyn Marz.
Directed by Abel Ferrara. An artist slowly goes insane while struggling to
pay his bills, work on his paintings, and care for his two female roommates,
which leads him taking to the streets of New York after dark and randomly
killing derelicts with a power drill.
‘Drive-In Massacre
Massacre’’ (1974) - Starring Bruce Kimball and Adam
Lawrence. Directed by Stu Segall. Two police detectives investigate a
bizarre series of murders at the local drive-in.
‘Drug Traffikers
Traffikers’’ (1983) - Starring Bo Svenson and Mark Gregory.
Directed by Fabrizio De Angelis. A young Indian turns into a one-man
army determined to punish the local authorities that are abusing his fellow
tribe members.
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‘Drums in the Deep South
South’’ (1951) - Starring James Craig and Barbara
Payton. Directed by William Cameron Menzies. Best friends Clay
Clayburn and Will Denning graduate from West Point only to soon find
themselves fighting on opposite sides of the Civil War. When the two men
meet each other in combat, neither knows it as each is in an artillery
position hundreds of yards from the other. However, the love of Clay’s life,
Kathy Summers, does know and tries desperately to save her two good
friends from killing each other.
‘Drums of Tabu, The
The’’ (1966) - Starring James Philbrook and Seyna
Seyn. Directed by Javier Seto. A beautiful island girl struggles from the
sea to the safety of land and passes out, while Bill Harrigan fights the
island priest in a bar, and loses. While trying to sober up in the water, he
finds the girl and takes her to his boat. In the morning when they have
both recovered, she offers to do anything for him. But soon a luxury yacht
arrives bringing with it a gangland boss and his goons, who are looking for
‘Dynamite Chicken
Chicken’’ (1972) - Starring Joan Baez and Richard Pryor.
Directed by Ernest Pintoff. Mélange of skits, songs, and hippie satire is
‘Dynasty of Fear
Fear’’ (1972) - Starring Judy Geeson and Joan Collins.
Directed by Jimmy Sangster. A young woman recovering from a nervous
breakdown moves with her husband to a boys’ school, but finds herself
being terrorized by a mysterious one-armed man and nobody believes her.
‘Eagle Warriors
Warriors’’ (1967) - Starring James Drury and Steve Carlson.
Directed by John Peyser. In World War II, a tough sergeant is put in
charge of a squad of young recruits and assigned to lead them on a
mission against the Germans.
Eagle’’s Wing
Wing’’ (1979) - Starring Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston.
Directed by Anthony Harvey. The title horse is a focus for three
interconnecting stories, all dealing with the traditional Western clash
between the primitive and encroaching “civilization.” In one, an aimless
deserter, Pike, having lost his trading partner, steals a miraculous horse,
Eagle’s Wing, so-called because of its grace and speed. In the second, an
Indian, White Bull, owner of this horse, waylays a stagecoach, and
kidnaps one of its female occupants. In the third, the Spanish men sent to
find her ignore this quest in favor of a murderous, plundering spree.
‘Eagles Attack at Dawn
Dawn’’ (1970) - Starring Yehuda Barkan and Peter
Brown. Directed by Menahem Golan. Israeli commandos attack a
heavily-guarded Arab prison where a number of captives are being held.
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‘Earrings of Madame de
The’’ (1953) (B/W) - Starring Charles Boyer
. Directed by Max Ophuls. A woman who sells her
earrings to pay debts and starts a round-robin trail that finally leads to
tragic death. A compassionate story of a shallow woman who finds both
love and its death through a series of transactions involving the pair of
diamond earrings.
‘Easy Girls
Girls’’ (1979) - Starring Marco Kroger and Katja Bienert. Directed
by Walter Boos. It is about young girls who hook at a local train depot,
until something goes wrong.
‘Eaten Alive
Alive’’ (1977) - Starring Neville Brand and Mel Ferrer. Directed by
Tobe Hooper. An innkeeper keeps a hungry alligator in his front yard.
When his guests annoy him, the alligator gets fed. From the director of the
Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Ecstasy’’ (1984) - Starring Tiffany Bolling and Franc Luz. Directed by
Bud Townsend. A successful film director becomes insanely jealous
when he casts his beautiful wife in a very erotic role, co-starring with a
womanizing male lead capable of pleasing her physically in ways that he
‘Edge of Fury
Fury’’ (1974) - Starring Bruce Li and Yasuaki Kurata. Directed
by Lee Tso-Nan. Drug dealers pursue a chauffeur after his boss, a
convicted drug kingpin, is sentenced to death.
‘Eighty Three Hours ‘Til Dawn
Dawn’’ (1990) - Starring Peter Strauss and
Robert Urich. Directed by Donald Wrye. An unscrupulous psychopathic
criminal kidnaps a teenager and buries her in a small box with air for
eighty-three hours. He demands half a million dollars from her father and
gives him instructions on how to deliver the money, as the FBI frantically
tires to locate Julie, knowing that her life is at stake.
Eliza’’s Horoscope
Horoscope’’ (1970) - Starring Elizabeth Moorman and Tommy
Lee Jones. Directed by Gordon Sheppard. A frail Canadian woman uses
astrology in her search for love in Montreal, and experiences bizarre and
surreal events.
‘Emanuelle on Taboo Island
Island’’ (1976) - Starring Laura Gemser and
Paolo Giusti. Directed by Enzo D’Ambrosio and Humberto Morales.
Marooned young man discovers a beautiful woman on his island. This
delights him.
‘Emanuelle, Queen of the Desert
Desert”” (1982) - Starring Angelo Infanti and
Laura Gemser. Directed by Bruno Fontana. See what happens to
Emanuelle when she finds herself caught in a mercenary war. She
becomes captured and the soldiers’ stop at nothing to get what they want,
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or is it perhaps the other way around. Using her “female charms” helps her
to take control of the situation.
Emmanuelle’’s Daughter
Daughter’’ (1981) - Starring Laura Gemser and Harris
Stevens. Directed by Elia Milonakos. The story of a woman whose lust
for life is equaled only by her hunger for money and power. This erotic
adventure of financial intrigue and murder is set in the steamy atmosphere
of sensual love. Born dirt-poor, the beautiful Emmanuelle marries Frank, a
rich businessman, but a cruel and heartless man who subjects
Emmanuelle to bizarre sexual tortures. In desperation she turns to Mario,
a handsome assassin, whom she pays to kill her husband.
Embassy’’ (1985) - Starring Nick Mancuso and Mimi Rogers. Directed
by Robert Michael Lewis. A made-for-television movie about an
American family in Rome that unknowingly possesses a secret computer
chip, and thus is pursued by ruthless agents.
‘Emmanuelle 5’ (1987) - Starring Monique Gabrielle and Crofton
Hardester. Directed by Walerian Borowczyk and Steve Barnett.
Emmanuelle has a streak of bad luck that starts when she is stripped by a
mob of adoring fans at the Cannes Film Festival. But she winds up being
forced to join an Arab sheik’s harem of slaves.
‘Emperor of the Bronx
Bronx’’ (1988) - Starring Alex D’Andrea and William
Smith. Directed by Joseph Merhi. In this gangster tradition of Scarface
and Little Cesar, a wanna-be mobster gets involved in petty crime until he
bites off more than he can chew and flees to Los Angeles to start again.
Emperor’’s Nightingale, The
The’’ (1949) - Starring Boris Karloff and Helena
Patockova. Directed by Jiri Trnka and Milos Makovec. The story of a
lonely boy emperor whose toys come to life in a dream.
Encore’’ (1977) - Starring Jack Jones and Pamela Stephenson.
Directed by Pete Walker. A singer attempting a comeback in England
finds his wife murdered.
‘Enforcer from Death Row
Row’’ (1978) - Starring Cameron Mitchell and Leo
Fong. Directed by Efren C. Pinon. An ex-con is recruited by a secret
international peacekeeping organization to track down and eliminate a
band of murderous spies.
‘Epitaph’ (1987) - Starring Jimmy Williams and Delores Nascar.
Directed by Joseph Merhi. An average American family’s life is disrupted
by the mother’s habitual axe murdering.
‘Erotic Adventures of Don Quixote, The
The’’ (1976) - Starring Corey John
Fisher and Hy Pyke. Directed by Raphael Nussbaum. The old Don and
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his faithful servant not only court the favors of Aldonza, but virtually every
other female on the Spanish countryside.
‘Escape from Angola
Angola’’ (1976) - Starring Stan Brock and Anne Collings.
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson. Rebels threaten the familiar paradise of
the tight knit Mallory clan.
‘Escape from Sobibor
Sobibor’’ (1987) - Starring Rugter Hauer and Alan Arkin.
Directed by Jack Gold. The historical recreation of the escape from the
Nazi death camp Sobibor, where one million Jews where executed.
Pushed to the limit of human endurance, they finally find a way to fight
back. Of 600 who attempted an escape in 1944, half succeeded.
‘Escape from Women
Women’’s Prison
Prison’’ (1978) - Starring Lilli Carati and Zora
Kerova. Directed by Giovanni Brusadori. Four women who have broken
out of jail get a lift from a bus full of young and innocent tennis players.
They take hostages and bring them all to a judge’s house. Violence
ensues but ironic justice finally prevails.
‘Evil in the Swamp
Swamp’’ (1974) - Starring Stacy Keach and Samantha Eggar.
Directed by Burt Kennedy. A couple is captured and held captive by
killer hillbilly children.
‘Evil Mysteries
Mysteries’’ (1978) - Starring Rutger Hauer and Sylvia Kristel.
Directed by Paul de Lussanet. A rich tourist becomes obsessed by a
beautiful local girl. As his obsession grows, his behavior becomes stranger.
Evilspeak’’ (1981) - Starring Clint Howard and R.G. Armstrong.
Directed by Eric Weston. A military cadet who happens to be a social
outcast finds a way to summon demons and cast spells on his tormentors
through his computer.
‘Excalibur Kid
Kid’’ (1998) - Starring Serban Celea and George Duta.
Directed by James Head. Zack doesn’t have your ordinary adolescent
problems. Transported back in time to Medieval England, he lands in the
middle of a vicious battle between an evil witch and Merlin, the master
sorcerer, for control of Arthur’s kingdom. It’s up to Zack to help Merlin and
Arthur reclaim the magic sword Excalibur and return Arthur to his rightful
place on the throne.
‘Eye of the Tiger
Tiger’’ (1986) - Starring Gary Busey and Yaphet Kotto.
Directed by Richard C. Sarafian. A man just released from prison for a
crime he didn’t commit finds his family harassed by a gang of sadistic
‘Face to Face
Face’’ (1997) - Starring Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan. Directed by
Curtis Chan. A collector’s compendium of monumental martial arts
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moments from the inarguable movie masters, Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee.
Includes film highlights, competition scenes, rare archival footage, and
personal interviews with the stars.
‘Fade Away
Away’’ (1985) - Starring Ellen Burstyn and Robert Prosky.
Directed by Roger Young. Ellen Burstyn stars as the Canadian mother of
a college student who vanishes mysteriously while driving back to school
in the states. After having no luck from the police, she hires a private
detective to help her. Their tenacious pursuit of clues uncovers the grim
details of her son’s fate, leading to a shocking climax.
‘Family, The
The’’ (1970) - Starring Charles Bronson and Jill Ireland.
Directed by Sergio Sollima. A hitman is double-crossed by his girlfriend
and barely escapes a murder attempt. He then sets out to take his
revenge on the woman and the gang boss who put her up to it.
‘Family, The
The’’ (1987) - Starring Vittorio Gassman and Fanny Ardant.
Directed by Ettore Scola. An 80-year-old patriarch prepares for his
birthday celebration reminiscing about his family’s past triumphs, tragedies
and enduring love. The charming flashbacks, convincingly played, all take
place in the family’s grand old Roman apartment.
‘Far Pavilions, The
The’’ (1984) - Starring Amy Irving and Ben Cross.
Directed by Peter Duffell. Feature version of the mini-series about the
love of an English officer for an Indian princess set against the splendor of
Imperial India in the last century.
‘Fat Spy, The
The’’ (1965) - Starring Jayne Mansfield and Phylis Diller.
Directed by Joseph Cates. A nearly deserted island off the coast of
Florida is rumored to be the location of the fountain of youth. A boatload of
teenaged kids heads out to find it even as Wellington, the island’s wealthy
owner, dispatches his daughter and her boyfriend to get rid of them.
Others soon appear as well, and the race to find the fountain is on.
‘Fatal Charm
Charm’’ (1977) - Starring Maurizio Merli and Joan Collins.
Directed by Stelvio Massi. An Italian private investigator tries to get to the
bottom of a suspicious kidnapping case with the help of an exotic dancer.
‘Fatal Image, The
The’’ (19) - Starring Michele Lee and Justine Bateman.
J. Wright. A woman and her daughter vacationing in
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Paris get caught up in intrigue after being witnesses to a murder.
Father’’s Day
Day’’ (1978) - Starring Ron Dean and Jack Wallace. Directed
by Henri Charr. David, a drag racer, has crossed many finish lines as a
winner. However, his life takes a cruel turn when he discovers he is sterile.
His wife, Mary, desperately wants a child and they reluctantly experiment
with a series of substitute fathers. All are unsuccessful. One day, David
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returns to an empty home. Mary has run off with his best friend, the father
of her expected child. However, the fade-out is uniquely up-beat.
Father’’s Little Dividend
Dividend’’ (1951) (B/W)- Starring Spencer Tracy and
Joan Bennett. Directed by Vincente Minnelli. Tracy expects a little
peace and quiet now that he’s successfully married off Taylor in this
charming sequel to “Father of the Bride.” However, he’s quickly
disillusioned by the news he’ll soon be a grandfather-a prospect that
causes nothing but dismay.
Fear’’ (1990) - Starring Ally Sheedy and Lauren Hutton. Directed by
Rockne S. O’Bannon. A young psychic (Sheedy) delves into the minds of
serial killers and writes novels about her experiences. But what happens
when the next killer is also a psychic and decides to play mind-games with
‘Fearmaker, The
The’’ (1971) - Starring Katy Jurado and Paul Picemi.
Directed by Anthony Carras. A sophisticated “who-dun nit” set amidst the
glitter and glamour of romantic Mexico. Exotic Katy Jurado is a famous
opera singer who, along with her sister, inherits their father’s fortune after
his mysterious death. Suspense and intrigue build as someone tries to
murder the sisters. What secrets lie within the old mansion? And who
does Ms. Juardo’s manager stand to inherit one million dollars?
‘Ferroviere, IL
IL’’ (1956) - Starring Pietro Germi and Luisa Della Noce.
Germi. Pietro Germi is both star and director of IL
Directed by
Ferroviere. Germi plays Andrea, a railroad engineer with a large and
troublesome family. Faced with a choice between supporting his fellow
workers in a strike and keeping his family fed, Andrea opts for the latter.
Branded a scab by his former cohorts, he is likewise given the cold
shoulder by his wife and children. Drowning his disappointment in liquor,
Andrea is saved from self-destruction when his youngest son decides to
forgive and forget.
‘Fifth Day of Peace, The
The’’ (1969) - Starring Richard Johnson and
Franco Nero. Directed by Giuliano Montaldo. At the end of WWII,
German deserters are tried for desertion by fellow POWs inside a prisoner
of war camp for Nazis.
‘Final Comedown, The
The’’ (1972) - Starring Billy Dee Williams and
D’Urville Martin. Directed by Oscar Williams. Set in the 1970’s, Billy Dee
Williams portrays a black militant who attempts to get a group of white
radicals to help him in the war against racism. He fails, and what follows is
a racial bloodbath!
‘Final Terror, The
The’’ (1983) - Starring John Friedrich and Adrian Zmed.
Directed by Andrew Davis. A group of rangers go camping in the woods,
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and trespass into an area where a blackwoods mama likes to kill people
who come onto her turf.
‘Find the Lady
Lady’’ (1976) - Starring Lawrence Dane and John Candy.
Directed by John Trent. John Candy is a bumbling, pizza-loving, guntoting New York detective. He and his partner are assigned to watch an
inept out-of-town hood, Trigger Vitale, who’s been hired to kidnap a
beautiful socialite.
‘Fire in the Dark
Dark’’ (1991) - Starring Olympia Dukakis and Lindsay
Wagner. Directed by David Hugh Jones. The story of a retired teacher
who is becoming less independent as she gets older and goes to live with
her daughter’s family.
‘Fireball Forward
Forward’’ (1972) - Starring Ben Gazzara and Ricardo
Montalban. Directed by Marvin J. Chomsky. A hard-nose general takes
over a division with a bad combat record.
‘Firing Line, The
The’’ (1991) - Starring Kahlena Marie and Melvin Davidson.
Directed by Jun Gallardo. A jungle fighter hired by a Central American
government to squelch rebels finds he sympathizes with their cause. Soon,
he’s training them to fight the government.
‘Fist of Fear, Touch of Death
Death’’ (1977) - Starring Fred Williamson and
Bruce Lee. Directed by Matthew Mallinson. Madison Square Garden is
the scene for a high stakes martial arts face-off. Standard kung-fu film
highlighted by short clips of the late Bruce Lee.
‘Fist of Fury
Fury’’ (1972) - Starring Bruce Lee and Nora Miao. Directed by
Wei Lo. Bruce Lee’s first chop-socky movie (made in Hong Kong) is
action-filled and violent.
‘Fistful of Lead
Lead’’ (1970) - Starring George Hilton and Charles
Southwood. Directed by Giuliano Carnimeo. A soldier of fortune
searches for a missing shipment of gold in the Old West.
‘Fists of Bruce Lee
Lee’’ (1978) - Starring Bruce Li and Lieh Lo. Directed by
Bruce Li. An undercover cop cracks a drug-smuggling ring by kicking out
in all directions.
‘Fists of Fury
Fury’’ (1971) - Starring Bruce Lee and Maria Yi. Directed by Wei
Lo and Jiaxiang Wu. A young man sworn to an oath of nonviolence
works with his cousins in an ice factory where they mysteriously begin to
‘Five Corners
Corners’’ (1987) - Starring Jodie Foster and Tim Robbins.
Directed by Tony Bill. Young psychotic man returns to neighborhood after
release from prison. He seeks young lady he previously tired to rape and
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the young man who protected her, with twisted ideas of love for her and
hate for him.
‘Flash Fire
Fire’’ (1981) - Starring Tom Skerritt and Ian Gilmour. Directed by
Quentin Masters. Tom Skerritt portrays Howard Anderson, a man
motivated by money, who is building a mountain resort. Unknown to him,
his partner plans to torch the project, using the summer brush fires as a
cover for an intricate insurance fraud scam. Aroused by suspicion,
Anderson calls on George Engles, a Lloyds of London investigator. As
they begin to solve the deadly scheme, their own lives become
endangered as they are confronted by a deranged arsonist, and a
murderer that will stop at nothing to collect the insurance money.
‘For Love or Murder
Murder’’ (1970) - Starring David Hedison and Marry
Woronov. Directed by Theodore Gershuny. A wealthy, eccentric
chemical company owner sends his wife to get an American writer to take
a mind control drug, Kemek, to verify its potential. She accomplishes her
mission, but falls totally in love with the writer.
‘For Your Love Only
Only’’ (1977) - Starring Nastassja Kinski and Klaus
Schwarzkopf. Directed by Wolfgang Peterson. A beautiful young
student falls in love with her teacher and is blackmailed, leading her to
murder her tormentor.
Forbidden’’ (1984) - Starring Jacqueline Bisset and Jurgen Prochnow.
Directed by Anthony Page. Based on a true story, the scene takes place
in Berlin in the early 1940’s. It tells the forbidden romance between a
young countess who is studying veterinary medicine and a young man she
meets at the home of a former professor.
‘Force Four
Four’’ (1975) - Starring Sydney Filson and Malachi Lee. Directed
by Michael L. Fink. A group of three kung fu experts groove on action in
caper after caper.
‘Four Deuces, The
The’’ (1975) - Starring Jack Palance and Carol Lynley.
Directed by William H Bushnell. This comical action/adventure story
follows a group of 1930’s mobsters as they live it up while bootlegging
alcohol, romancing beautiful women, and fighting their rivals. One of them
owns a nightclub. The Four Deuces, after which the gang is name. When
the four Deuces steal a load of gin belonging to archrival gang, they rocket
back and forth between hilarious attempts to bury the hatchet and all out
‘Four Rode Out
Out’’ (1971) - Starring Pernell Roberts and Leslie Nielsen.
Directed by John Peyser. A woman who is in love with a suspected killer
plots to save her endangered man. She goes on the trail with his would be
captors in an attempt to foil their plans.
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‘Fraidy Cat
Cat’’ (1942) - Directed by William Hanna and Lillian Randolph.
Directed by Joseph Barbera and William Hanna. Fraidy Cat is a Hanna
Barbera animated short from 1942 featuring the cat-and-mouse team of
Tom and Jerry.
Francesco’’ (1989) - Starring Mickey Rourke and Helena Bonham
Carter. Directed by Liliana Cavani. Docu-drama about the life and times
of Saint Francis of Assisi.
‘Freakmaker, The
The’’ (1973) - Starring Donald Pleasence and Tom Baker.
Directed by Jack Cardiff. A scientist experiments with crossing humans
and plants, using his students as unwitting subjects.
‘Freedom Road
Road’’ (1979) - Starring Muhammad Ali and Kris
Kristofferson. Directed by Jan Kadar. A made for television drama about
a Reconstruction Era ex-slave, portrayed by heavyweight champion Ali,
who is elected to the U.S. Senate and subsequently killed while trying to
obtain total freedom for his race. Based on a novel by Howard Fast.
‘Fresh Kill
Kill’’ (1987) - Starring Pamela Dixon and Jody Jaress. Directed
by Joseph Merhi. A young guy from Chicago goes to Hollywood, and gets
mixed up in drugs and murder.
‘From Hell to Victory
Victory’’ (1979) - Starring George Peppard and George
Hamilton. Directed by Umberto Lenzi . On August 24, 1939, at a small
French café, six friends are about to go their separate ways. They vow to
reunite on that day each year at the café. The film follows each of their
lives until Paris is liberated.
‘Fugitive Lovers
Lovers’’ (1975) - Starring Steve Oliver and Sondra Currie.
Directed by John Carr. Making his morning rounds in a Bel Air
neighborhood, a swimming pool cleaner discovers a young woman
floating lifeless in the pool. He revives her and discovers that she is the
unhappy wife of a powerful political lobbyist. He takes her out for a night
on the town in his truck and she never returns home, happy to be with him.
‘Funeral for an Assassin
Assassin’’ (1977) - Starring Vic Morrow and Peter Van
Dissel. Directed by Ivan Hall. A professional assassin seeks revenge on
those who are responsible for his past prison sentence. By disguising
himself as a black South African, he sets his plan while foiling the police.
‘Future Women
Women’’ (1969) - Starring Shirley Eaton and Richard Wyler.
Directed by Jesus Franco. Sumur, the beautiful leader of the all-female
kingdom of Femina, plans to use her women to take over the world.
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‘Gallery of Horrors
Horrors’’ (1966) - Starring Lon Chaney Jr. and John
Carradine. Directed by David L. Hewitt. John Carradine narrates five
horror tales, each with a comically predictable surprise ending.
‘Gamera Strikes back
back’’ (1966) - Starring Kojiro Hongo and Kyoko
Enami. Directed by Shigeo Tanaka. A giant monster that emits a
destructive ray from its back attacks Japan and takes on Gamera.
Gangwar’’ (1973) - Starring Rita Tushingham and Gordon Mitchell.
Directed by Peter Patzak. A wealthy man hires several criminals to
commit robberies, communicating with them through radio equipment.
Meanwhile, he falls in love with an attractive young woman who stays at
his summer chateau with her friends. Soon one of the criminals who have
been double-crossed shows up at the chateau to take vengeance.
‘Garden of the Dead
Dead’’ (1974) - Starring Duncan McLeod and Lee Frost.
Directed by John Hayes. It is about a group of prison inmates on a state
run correctional farm. Their most important job is formaldehyde. The
inmates experiment with sniffing the formaldehyde and become so
addicted, they even bathe in the gases. However, with its bizarre side
effects, a group of the inmates make a break for freedom. They are
pursued, tracked and killed. But as night draws near, we find that even
though no longer belonging to the living, they cannot be considered
among the dead.
‘Gentle Savage
Savage’’ (1973) - Starring William Smith and Gene Evans.
Directed by Sean MacGregor. An Indian is accused of the rape and
murder of a white girl. The girl’s stepfather incites the townspeople to
punish the Indian to cover up the fact that it was actually he who
committed the crime.
‘Ghost Dance
Dance’’ (1980) - Starring Henry Bal and Julie Amato. Directed by
Peter F. Buffa. The spirit of a long-dead warrior possesses the body of an
Indian medicine man and turns him into a homicidal maniac.
‘Ghost of the Ninja
Ninja’’ (1980) - Starring Roy Chiao Hung and Steve Tung
Wai. Directed by Tung Cho ‘Joe
Joe’’ Cheung. An evil, masked assassin
terrorizes the city but meets his match in the heroic “ghost” ninja.
‘Ghost Writer
Writer’’ (1989) - Starring Audrey Landers and Jeff Conaway.
Directed by Kenneth J. Hall. A writer moves into a Malibu beach house
haunted by the ghost of an actress who supposedly had committed
suicide there thirty years ago. In fact, she was murdered by her boyfriend,
and the ghost asks the writer’s help in bringing him to justice.
Gina’’ (1969) - Starring Simone Signoret and Georges Marchal.
Directed by Luis Bunuel. Simone Signoret is “Gina” in this classic about a
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prostitute in South America on the run from the law. She is accompanied
by two men accused of murder. One man wants to marry her, the other
one wants to use her. Lost without food in the middle of the jungle, they
begin to turn to each other. With Brazil only a few miles away, their
freedom is threatened by their own passion.
‘Ginger in the Morning
Morning’’ (1974) - Starring Monte Markham and Susan
Oliver. Directed by Gordon Wiles. Joe Maroney, divorced for three
months, is driving in New Mexico from Albuquerque to his home in Santa
Fe when he picks up a hitchhiking free spirit, Ginger Brown, played by
Sissy Spacek. The two subsequently become romantically involved with
each other, and as New Year’s Eve nears, Joe’s former Army comrade
Charley and Charley’s former wife Sugar join them, leading to many
‘Girl in Gold Boots
Boots’’ (1969) - Starring Jody Daniels and Leslie McRae.
Directed by Ted V. Mikels. Aspiring starlet meets up with a draft evader
and a biker on her way to Hollywood where she gets a job as a go-go
dancer in a sleazy club. But things don’t go smoothly when a murder and
a drug theft are revealed.
‘Gladiator, The
The’’ (1986) - Starring Ken Wahl and Nancy Allen. Directed
by Abel Ferrara. A road warrior vigilante avenges his brother’s death at
the hands of a crazy motorist by using his pickup to apprehend drunken
drivers and others who abuse their driving privileges.
‘Glass Jungle, The
The’’ (1988) - Starring Lee Canalito and Joe Filbeck.
Directed by Joseph Merhi. Will a cab driver save Los Angeles? When
armed terrorists and the FBI battle it out in the sunny California city an
innocent cabby seems to hold the solution to survival.
‘Glove, The
The’’ (1978) - Starring John Saxon and Roosevelt Grier.
Directed by Ross Hagen. Ex-cop turned bounty hunter has his toughest
assignment ever. It’s his job to bring in a six-and-a-half foot, 250-pound
ex-con who’s been wreaking havoc with an unusual glove--it’s made of
leather and steel.
God’’s Little Acre
Acre’’ (1958) - Starring Robert Ryan and Tina Louise.
Mann. A poor farmer is obsessed with finding gold
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on his land supposedly buried by his grandfather. Eventually he abducts
an albino to help him. Meanwhile, his daughter-in-law is suspected of
fooling around with an unemployed labor activist and a local political
hopeful actively seeks his daughter’s hand in marriage.
‘Godson, The
The’’ (1971) - Starring Jason Yukon and Orita De Chadwick.
Directed by William Rotsler. An ambitious mobster, Marko, makes the
local brothel into a rousing success after double-crossing the mafia Don.
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Gold’’ (1974) - Starring Roger Moore and Susannah York. Directed by
Peter R. Hunt. Rod Slater is the newly appointed general manager of the
Sonderditch gold mine, and as he takes up his new position, he stumbles
across an ingenious plot to flood the mine and steal some of the gold.
‘Golden Opportunity
Opportunity’’ (1975) - Starring Telly Savalas and Robert Culp.
Directed by Peter Duffell. Telly Savalas as a man who lives the high life,
but soon becomes pressed for cash. He gets word from an ex-German
soldier, about missing gold; lost since the war. Savalas forms a small
group of people to hunt for this lost gold. The films age shows when the
characters make a dangerous attempt to cross between both areas of
a (voice) and John Apicella
Goldwing’’ (1980) - Starring Jehan Agram
(voice). Directed by
. A teenage boy is selected by a
dying alien to be transformed into a super-hero who will save the planet
Earth in this touching animated feature.
‘Goodbye, Norma Jean
Jean’’ (1976) - Starring Misty Rowe and Terence
Locke. Directed by Larry Buchanan. Aspiring actress Norma Jean Baker
lives in squalor in the early 40s’ as she works at the munitions plant and
dreams of being a movie star. She was soon become the greatest sex
symbol the world has ever known.
‘Graduation Day
Day’’ (1981) - Starring Christopher George and Patch
Mackenzie. Directed by Herb Freed. The story is about the systematic
murder of members of a high school track team.
‘Great Adventure, The
The’’ (1975) - Starring Jack Palance and Joan
Collins. Directed by Gianfranco Baldanello. In the severe environment
of the gold rush days on the rugged Yukon territory, a touching tale
unfolds of a young orphan boy and his eternal bond of friendship with a
great northern dog.
‘Great St. Louis Bank Robbery, The
The’’ (1960) (B/W) - Starring Steve
McQueen and Crahan Denton. Directed by Charles Guggenheim and
John Stix. A hastily formed gang of eccentric hoods plan the perfect heist
only to botch its execution, setting them at each other’s throats and
sending them all scrambling to save their own skins.
‘Great White Death
Death’’ (1981) - Starring Glenn Ford (narrates). Directed by
Jean Lebel. Join Glenn Ford on a suspense-filed underwater excursion in
search of the incredible predators of the sea, Great White Shark.
Audience will witness an extensive life-saving shark-net protection
program off the South African coast.
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‘Great Wonders of the World
World’’ (1997) - Follow Doug Jones as he goes
around the world highlighting the most amazing and breathtaking places
for the prospective traveler.
‘Gregorio and His Angel
Angel’’ (1970) - Starring Broderick Crawford and
Connie Carol. Directed by Gilberto Martinez Solares. For years,
Broderick Crawford has been a bum in a city in Mexico. He meets a small
girl who claims she is an Angel sent from Heaven to perform miracles.
Together they find a lottery ticket and the secret is out that he has won the
lottery and then taken in by a trio of thieves. But the Angel watches over
everything and ultimately they escape the crooks.
Grizzly’’ (1976) - Starring Christopher George and Andrew Prine.
Directed by William Girdler. A fifteen-foot grizzly bear figures out that
humans make for a tasty treat. As a park ranger tries rallying his men to
bring about the bear’s capture or destruction, his efforts are thwarted by
the introduction of dozens of drunken hunters into the area.
‘Guilty Conscience
Conscience’’ (1985) - Starring Anthony Hopkins and Blyth
Danner. Directed by David Greene. “Columbo” creator William Link and
Richard Levinson penned and produced this look inside the mind of an
egocentric young lawyer who debates with his conscience over the pros
and cons of murdering his wife for his younger mistress.
Gulliver’’s Travels
Travels’’ (1939) - Starring Jessica Dragonette (voice) and
Lanny Ross (voice). Directed by Dave Fleischer, Williard Bowsky and
Orestes Calpini. In this animated feature, Gulliver washes ashore on
Lilliput and attempts to prevent war between that tiny kingdom and its
equally-miniscule rival, Blefiscu, as well as smooth the way for the
romance between the Prince and Princess of the opposing lands. In this
he is alternately aided and hampered by the Lilliputian town crier and
general fussbudget, Gabby. A life-threatening situation develops when the
bumbling trio of Blefiscu spies, Sneak, Snoop, and Snitch, mange to steal
Gulliver’s pistol.
‘Gun Crazy
Crazy’’ (1969) - Starring Richard Widmark and Cesar Romero.
Directed by Richard Quine. A gambler becomes enmeshed in an
arranged marriage with a cursed Mexican family.
‘Gun Riders
Riders’’ (1970) - Starring Jim Davis and Scott Brady. Directed by
Al Adamson. A lone gunman hunts the fearsome Apache Satago across
the plains of the Wild West. When Satago’s marauders ambush a
stagecoach, the gunman rides to the rescue of the trapped passengers
and helps them in their last stand against the deadly Indians.
‘Gun, The
The’’ (1979) - Starring Hagen Smith and Paul Harper. Directed by
Richard Robinson. Following the Civil War, a young Union officer travels
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to Texas to find a new life. Badly wounded while escaping two drunk exconfererate soldiers, he is nursed back to health by a mysterious black girl.
Then, they are attacked by a hostile band of escaped African slaves who
chase them through the desert until they are saved by an unusual
‘Gunfighters Die Harder
Harder’’ (1968) - Starring Gianni Garko and Klaus
Kinski. Directed by Gianfranco Parolini. After a stagecoach is robbed
and the passengers murdered, a long and tangled series of surprise
attacks a murderous double-crosses leaves the coach’s strongbox in the
hands of the killer Lasky. It is up to the legendary hero Sartana to track
down the missing money and determine just who is ultimately behind the
grisly robberies and killings.
‘Guns of Diablo
Diablo’’ (1964) - Starring Charles Bronson and Susan Oliver.
Directed by Boris Sagal. Wagon train guide Linc Murdock rides into a
strange town, only to be ambushed by ruthless outlaws. Unexpectedly
rekindling and old romance with Maria, Linc enrages her jealous husband,
an ex-rival, who now sees his chance for revenge, and comes at him with
both barrels firing.
‘Guns of the Revolution
Revolution’’ (1971) - Starring Ernest Borgnine and
Humberto Almazan . Directed by Arthur Lubin. The head of government
and a Mexican priest struggle in their dedication to the cause of justice
and human rights.
Gunslinger’’ (1956) - Starring Beverly Garland and John Ireland.
Directed by Roger Corman. After her husband is gunned down, Rose
Hood takes his place as sheriff of a small Western town.
‘Guyver 2, The
The’’ (1992) - Starring David Hayter and Kathy
Christopherson. Directed by Steve Wang. Sean Barker becomes the
unwilling host to an alien bio-armor known as the Guyver, and destroys
the Kronos Corporation, an organization of mutants who want the Guyver.
Now he is trying to find why the Guyver unit forces him to fight and kill evil.
He is led to an archeological site where scientists discover an ancient
space craft. Now he must fight Kronos again before they discover the
secrets of the Guyver’s origin.
‘Gypsy Angels
Angels’’ (1980) - Starring Gene Bicknell and Vanna White.
Directed by Alan Smithee. Vanna White is a stripper who falls for a stunt
pilot who develops amnesia after a crash.
‘Gypsy, The
The’’ (1975) - Starring Alain Delon and Paul Meurisse. Directed
by Jose Giovanni. A modern day gypsy-blooded Robin Hood cavorts
between heists and romantic trysts.
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‘Hall of the Mountain King
King’’ (1975) - Starring Jacinto Molina and Grace
Mills. Directed by Miguel Iglesias. A scientific mission in Tibet searching
for the Abominable Snowman finds cannibals and werewolves instead.
‘Hands of Steel
Steel’’ (1986) - Starring Daniel Greene and Janet Agren.
Directed by Sergio Martino. A story about a cyborg programmed to kill a
scientist who holds the fate of mankind in his hands.
‘Hanged Man, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Steve Forrest and Dean Jagger.
Directed by Michael Caffey. A gunfighter survives his own hanging and
discovers that he has the power to read people’s minds. He decides to
use his powers to help people, and comes across a young widow who is
trying to keep a ruthless land baron from taking her ranch.
‘Hanging Woman, The
The’’ (1973) - Starring Stelvio Rosi and Maria Pia
Conte. Directed by Jose Luis Merino. A man is summoned to the reading
of a relative’s will, and discovers the corpses of a young woman hanging
in a cemetery. As he investigates the mystery, he uncovers a local
doctor’s plans to zombify the entire world.
‘Hard Frame
Frame’’ (1970) - Starring Burt Reynolds and Melvyn Douglas.
Directed by Bernard Girard. A man comes home after serving time in
prison to claim his share of his deceased mother’s estate. However, his
stepfather, who holds him responsible for his own son’s death, intends to
fight him for everything.
‘Hard Knocks (1979) - Starring Michael Christian and John Crawford.
Directed by David Worth. An aging actress and her husband torment a
young man on the run. His attempt to leave a past of violence and pain
creates even more havoc.
‘Hatchet for the Honeymoon
Honeymoon’’ (1970) - Starring Stephen Forsyth and
Dagmar Lassander. Directed by Mario Brava. The owner of a design
house busies himself murdering the new brides who have modeled his
bridal fashions. When he decides to murder his wife, she becomes the
ghost that wouldn’t leave.
‘Haunting Fear
Fear’’ (1991) - Starring Brinke Stevens and Jan-Michael
Vincent. Directed by Fred Olen Ray. This is a story about a wife with a
fear of early interment. After lengthy nightmares and graphic sex, her
greedy husband uses her phobia in a murder plot.
‘Have a Good Funeral, My Friend
Friend’’ (1970) - Starring Gianni Garko and
Daniela Giordano. Directed by Giuliano Carnimeo. A loner on the make
comes to a corrupt town and smells profit. But the local mortician smells it,
too, and foils the plan.
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‘Heartbreak High
High’’ (1981) - Starring John Vernon and Norman Fell.
Warren. Two long-time rival high school football
Directed by
coaches lead their respective teams into battle for the city football
championship. However, before the opening kickoff, various students from
each school try to do whatever it takes to throw the opposing team off of
their game.
‘Heat Street
Street’’ (1987) - Starring Quincy Adams Jr. and Deborah Gibson.
Directed by Joseph Merhi. Two thugs exact revenge on street gangs for
the murders of loved ones.
‘Hell Night
Night’’ (1969) - Starring Gerald McRaney and Gaye Yellen.
Directed by Joy N. Houck Jr. Wesley goes out on a killing spree while
experiencing the nightmares of his brother, who was murdered thirteen
years ago.
‘Hell Raiders
Raiders’’ (1988) - Starring Roger Kern and Franco Guerrero.
Directed by Ferde Grofe Jr. An invasion force launches an attack on a
group of defenseless inhabitants of a small Pacific island; not counting on
the subversive counter-attacks the islanders put up with fierce conviction.
‘Hell Squad
Squad’’ (1985) - Starring Bainbridge Scott and Glen Harford.
Directed by Kenneth Harford. A diplomat’s son is kidnapped by terrorists
blackmailing the US government for plans of a new type of nuclear
weapon. A friend of the diplomat puts together an unlikely squad of
showgirls to rescue the son.
Hell’’s Heroes
Heroes’’ (1977) - Starring Bo Svenson and Peter Hooten.
Directed by Enzo G. Castellari. Set in Europe during WWII, a group of
American soldiers are in the process of being shipped off to military prison
for a variety of infractions, ranging from desertion to murder. While they’re
being transported, a German artillery attack hits the convoy, killing the
MPs and enabling four of the prisoners to escape. The group decides their
best bet is to head to neutral Switzerland where they can avoid the fighting
and prison. As they make their way to what they think will be freedom,
they end up volunteering for a commando mission to steal a V2 warhead
for the French Underground. Somehow, the team must sneak into the
most heavily guarded base in German territory, steal the Nazi military
hardware, and bring it back to the allies without getting arrested again by
their own side.
‘Hellbenders, The
The’’ (1967) - Starring Joseph Cotten and Norma Bengell.
Directed by Sergio Corbucci and Albert Band. After the civil war, a hellbent Confederate Army Officer and his sons rob a Union Caravan carrying
a fortune, killing every man and beast in the process. They hide the
money in an empty coffin and hire a woman to pose as a widow to a dead
officer to make it look official. Now they must con and fight their way
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across the west through thousands of cavalry, lawmen, bounty hunters,
and Indians to make their escape.
‘Hellhounds of Alaska, The
The’’ (1973) - Starring Doug McClure and
Harald Leipnitz. Directed by Harald Reini. When a gold shipment is
ambushed and the sheriff and riders killed, the townspeople are ready to
lynch anybody. The new sheriff targets an innocent man. Can that man
find the real killers in time to save his own life?
‘Hells Angels on Wheels
Wheels’’ (1967) - Starring Adam Roarke and Jack
Nicholson. Directed by Richard Rush. Poet is a gas station attendant
who is looking for more excitement in his life. When a gang of bikers roars
through town, Poet is intrigued, and after he pitches in to help the Hell’s
Angels in a bar fight, one of the gang’s higher-ups, Buddy asks Poet to
join. Soon Poet is riding with the Angels and living their lifestyle of violent
debauchery, but Poet begins to tire of their rootless decadence, and
Buddy is not happy with Poet when he learns they are both in love with the
same woman.
Helltown’’ (1937) (B/W) - Starring John Wayne and Marsha Hunt.
Directed by Charles Barton. This movie is based on the book by the
legendary western author, Zane Grey. Wayne stars as Dare Rudd, an
irresponsible cowpoke constantly being bailed out of trouble by his trail
boss, Tom Fillmore, who also happens to be his cousin. But their family
ties are tested when Rudd loses Fillmore’s cattle money to crooked
gambler Hammond. Instead of a showdown taking place between the two
cousins, they join forces to right the wrong and bring Hammond to justice.
Hercules’’ (1958) - Starring Steve Reeves and Sylvia Kescina. Directed
by Pietro Francisci. The super-strong, fabled hero arrives in an ancient
Greek kingdom to tutor the son of the reigning monarch, but falls in love
with his beautiful daughter instead. To win her, he has to succeed in
numerous quests, and teams up with Jason on the famed voyage of the
‘Hercules and the Masked Rider
Rider’’ (1964) - Starring Alan Steel and
Sergio Ciani. Directed by Piero Pierotti. Banished after a romantic
encounter with the wrong woman, a free-spirited soldier takes on the
muscle-bound leader of a band of Gypsies.
‘Hercules in the Haunted World' (1964) - Starring Reg Park and
Christopher Lee. Directed by Mario Bava and Franco Prosperi.
Hercules must journey to the depths of Hell in order to find a plant that will
cure a poisoned princess.
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‘Hercules Unchained
Unchained’’ (1959) - Starring Steve Reeves and Sylva
Koscina. Directed by Pietro Francisci. Hercules must use all his strength
to save the city of Thebes and the woman he loves from the giant Antaeus.
‘Heroes Die Hard
Hard’’ (1973) - Starring John Saxon and Tippi Hedren.
Directed by Percival Rubens. Mr. Kingstreet and his wife wage an
impossible battle against ruthless wildlife poachers, as well as attend to
the medical needs of the locals. Their idealism is challenged when
Mussolini’s fascist army invades, bringing the reality of World War II to
their home.
Hiawatha’’ (1972) - Directed by George Stephenson.
‘High Risk
Risk’’ (1981) - Starring James Brolin and Cleavon Little. Directed
by Stewart Raffil. Four Americans fight off foreign armies, gunrunners,
and jungle bandits as they attempt to rescue a wealthy expatriate
American living in Columbia.
‘High Roller
Roller’’ (1978) - Starring Robert Urich and Will Sampson. Directed
by Richard Lang. Las Vegas private eye Dan Tanna investigates the
murder of a teenage prostitute, while still finding time to prevent a conman
from fleecing a casino, serving as a bodyguard to a nightclub entertainer,
and buying a birthday gift for his secretary’s daughter.
‘High Season
Season’’ (1987) - Starring Jacqueline Bisset and James Fox.
Directed by Clare Peploe. A satire about a beautiful English photographer
(Bisset) stranded on an idyllic Greek island with neither money nor
inspiration, and the motley assembly of characters who surround her
during the tourist season.
‘Hitch-Hiker, The
The’’ (1953) (B/W) - Starring Edmond O’Brien and Frank
Lovejoy. Directed by Ida Lupino. Two carefree young travelers make the
mistake of their lives when they pick up a mysterious and slightly
psychotic hitch-hiker who never closes his right eye-even when he sleeps!
‘Holcroft Covenant, The
The’’ (1985) - Starring Michael Caine and Anthony
Andrews. Directed by John Frankenheimer. The son of a German
general becomes part of a mysterious conspiracy to find hidden Nazi
Holes’’ (1974) - Starring Michel Serrault and Philippe Noiret. Directed
by Pierre Tchernia. One day a busload of tourists suddenly sinks into the
ground. So do a few buildings, most of the police force, and some of the
choicest beauties in Paris.
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‘Hollow Gate
Gate’’ (1988) - Starring Addison Randall and Katrina Alexy.
Directed by Ron Dizazzo . Trick or Treat? Four kids find out when they run
into a guy with hungry dogs.
‘Hollywood Babylon
Babylon’’ (1972) - Starring Jim Gentry and Myron Griffin
Directed by Van Guylder. This is like a documentary on the scandals in
the Golden Age of Hollywood during the 1920’s. Contains many
reenactments of major scandals.
‘Hollywood High Part II
II’’ (1981) - Starring Ron Amos and Yolanda Boyd.
Directed by Caruth C. Byrd and Lee Thornburg. Three high school girls
with truly heavenly bodies find time for just three activities – boys, beer,
and the beach. When their boyfriends suddenly lose interest in the surf,
the girls conduct a very special investigation into the reasons why.
‘Hollywood Man
Man’’ (1976) - Starring William Smith and John Alderman.
Directed by Jack Starrett. A former Hollywood leading man decides to
produce his own motion picture, but he makes the mistake of borrowing a
large portion of the necessary funds from the Mafia. When the mob
decides to stop the productions, the “Hollywood Man” decides to fight back.
‘Hollywood Strangler
Strangler’’ (1979) - Starring Pierre Agostino and Carolyn
Brandt. Directed by Ray Dennis Steckler. Psycho-thriller about a
photographer who lures beautiful models into semi-nude photo sessions
then strangles them to death.
‘Hollywood Vice Squad
Squad’’ (1986) - Starring Carrie Fisher and Ronny Cox.
Directed by Penelope Spheeris. A mother goes to Hollywood to find her
runaway daughter. She discovers that the girl has become involved in the
pornography industry, and goes to the police to get help in finding her.
Homicidal’’ (1973) - Starring John Savage and Ruth Roman. Directed
by Curtis Harrington. A man released from prison is obsessed with
wreaking vengeance on his draft lawyer and his accuser. His vendetta
eventually draws his mother into the fray as well.
‘Hondo and the Apaches
Apaches’’ (1967) - Starring Ralph Taeger and Kathie
Browne. Directed by Lee H. Katzin. Hondo is told to help make peace
with Indian Chief Vittoro, whose daughter--Hondo’s wife--had been killed
by the Cavalry. Once the peace pipe is smoked, Hondo must deal with a
renegade Native American who threatens the peace by randomly
attacking settlers.
‘Hong Kong Hitman
Hitman’’ (1974) - Starring George Lazenby and Angela
Mao. Directed by Feng Huang. Stoner, an Australian cop, has been
investigating the spread of a mysterious addictive drug that acts like an
aphrodisiac and a hallucinogen on anyone who takes it. When his own
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sister falls under its influence, he travels to Hong Kong to hunt down the
man behind the drug trade, the evil billionaire Mr. Chin. At the same time,
a Taiwanese officer has also been sent to stop Chin's drug empire.
Together, She and Stoner battle the drug kingpin's dealers and henchmen.
‘Honor Among Thieves
Thieves’’ (1968) - Starring Alain Delon and Charles
Bronson. Directed by Jean Herman. Two men – a doctor (Alain Delon)
and a mercenary (Charles Bronson), find themselves locked together in
the basement of a large Paris company. The doctor is there to secretly
return some “borrowed” funds to the vault, the mercenary wants the 200
million Francs locked inside. After a memorable fight, they agree to work
in shifts in an attempt to open the vault before the firm opens again on
Monday morning, despite their vast difference, the two men soon forge a
binding friendship as they discover they have both been lured into a web
of murder and betrayal.
‘Honor Thy Father
Father’’ (1973) - Starring Joseph Bologna and Raf Vallone.
Directed by Paul Wendkos. The story of the rise and fall of the Bonanno
organized crime family.
‘Hoodlum, The
The’’ (1951) (B/W) - Starring Lawrence Tierney and Allene
Roberts. Directed by Max Nosseck. Vincent Lubeck is a vicious exconvict whose criminal activities are despised by his family even as they
try to change him. He uses and abuses them in the course of his crimes
until his brother eventually stands up to him.
‘Hooray for Hollywood
Hollywood’’ (1972) - Documentary on movie musicals
narrated by Mickey Rooney.
‘Horror Express
Express’’ (1973) - Starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.
Directed by Eugenio Marin. An English anthropologist discovers a frozen
monster in the wastes of Manchuria that he believes may be the missing
link. He brings the creature back to Europe aboard the trans-Siberian
express, but during the trip the monster reawakens.
‘Horror Hotel
Hotel’’ (1960) (B/W) - Starring Patricia Jessel and Dennis Lotis.
Directed by John Llewellyn Moxey. A young coed uses his winter
vacation to research a paper on witchcraft in New England, and at the
suggestion of her professor stays at the Raven’s Inn in a small village
called Whitewood. She soon finds herself marked for sacrifice by an
undead coven of witches led by the innkeeper, who have come to
celebrate Candalmas Eve.
‘Horror Planet
Planet’’ (1980) - Starring Robin Clarke and Jennifer Ashley.
Directed by Norman J. Warren. Alien creature needs a chance to breed
before moving on to spread its horror. When a group of explorers disturbs
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it, the years of waiting are over, and the unlucky mother-to-be will never
be the same.
‘Horrors of the Red Planet
Planet’’ (1965) - Starring John Carradine and Lon
Chaney. Directed by David L. Hewitt. This is the story about astronauts
crash on Mars, meet its Wizard, and stumble into a few OZ-like creatures.
‘Hot Ice
Ice’’ (1978) - Starring Harvey Shain and Patti Kelley. Directed by
Stephen C. Apostolof. A parade of gorgeous girls enhance the lively and
suspenseful action at a fancy ski resort, where two jewel thieves turn the
place upside down. A quarter of a million dollars in hot diamonds slip into
and out of hands as often as everybody slips into and out of beds in this
‘Hot Lead
Lead’’ (1971) - Starring Charles Bronson and Geraldine Brooks.
Directed by Jerry Hopper and Paul Stanley. Cattlemen battle for land in
the wide-open spaces of the old West.
‘Hot Sweat
Sweat’’ (1975) - Starring Monique van de Ven and Rutger Hauer.
Directed by Paul Verhoeven. The young girl Keetje moves to Amsterdam
in 1881 with her impoverished family, and is led into prostitution in order to
survive. In the process she sees the corrupting influence of money.
HOTS’’ (1979) - Starring Susan Kiger and Lisa London. Directed by
Gerald Seth Sindell. College exploitation film focusing on the wild
escapades of the women of H.O.T.S. Sorority. The antics include but are
certainly not limited to a wet t-shirt contest, a skydiving episode, plenty of
fraternity boys and even a housekeeping robot. Can the girls of H.O.T.S.
overcome the scrutiny of their un-liberated student counterparts and the
University Administration, as they unknowingly become the focus of
bumbling crooks?
Hotwire’’ (1980) - Starring Bruce Paul Barbour and George Kennedy.
Directed by Frank O. Dobbs. An often inebriated old man and a streetwise drifter are blackmailed into repossessing a local gangster’s Rolls
Royce, causing all hell to break loose.
‘House of the Seven Corpses
Corpses’’ (1974) - Starring John Ireland and Faith
Domergue. Directed by Paul Harrison. A director is filming on location in
a house where seven murders were committed. A caretaker who warns
them not to mess with things they do not understand (the murders were
occult related) but the director wants to be as authentic as possible and
has his cast re-enact rituals that took place in the house, thus summoning
a ghoul from the nearby cemetery that bumps off the whole film crew one
by one.
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‘House of Whipcord
Whipcord’’ (1974) - Starring Barbara Markham and Patrick
Barr. Directed by Pete Walker. An old man conducts a correctional
institute for girls, assisted by a matron who likes to get them into trouble.
The old man passes out punishment by tying the girls to a cross and
whipping them.
‘House on Haunted Hill
Hill’’ (1959) (B/W) - Starring Vincent Price and
Carolyn Craig. Directed by William Castle. Five people from diverse
backgrounds are offered ten thousand dollars each by an eccentric
millionaire and his wife to spend the night in a house with a murderous
past, for the ultimate ‘haunted house’ party.
‘How Awful about Allan
Allan’’ (1970) - Starring Anthony Perkins and Julie
Harris. Directed by Curtis Harrington. A young man who is tormented
with guilt over his father’s death years before starts hearing strange voices
and feeling the presence of an unknown force that seems to be menacing
‘How to Seduce a Woman
Woman’’ (1974) - Starring Angus Duncan and Angel
Tompkins. Directed by Charles Martin. He Chases Women…Until They
Catch Him! A tongue-in-cheek comedy about a wealthy playboy who
decides to try his hand at seducing five “un-seducible’ women.
‘Hustling Wall Street
Street’’ aka ‘Stocks and Blondes
Blondes’’ (1985) - Starring
Veronica Hart and Dick Biel. Directed by Arthur Greenstands. Wanda
overtakes the ailing Tyler Industries, and climbs to the very top of the
corporate ladder using her seductive ways toward men.
‘Hydra Slayings
Slayings’’ (1971) - Starring Peter Lawford and Harry Morgan.
Directed by Barry Shear. Detective Ellery Queen has to solve a series of
murders where the victims were killed in numerically descending ages, the
male victims were strangled with the blue cords and the female victims
with pink ones.
‘I Believe in Santa Claus
Claus’’ (1984) - Starring Karen Cheryl and Armand
Meffre. Directed by Christian Gion. A young boy and girl travel to the
North Pole to deliver a very special wish to Satan Claus.
‘I Dismember Mama
Mama’’ (1974) - Starring Zooey Hall and Geri Reischl.
Leder. Albert tried to kill his rich snobby mother once,
Directed by
before he was institutionalized. Now he’s escaped and is after his mother
again, and this time nothing will get in his way.
‘I Escaped from Devil
Devil’’s Island
Island’’ (1973) - Starring Christopher George
and Richard Ely. Directed by William Witney. In 1916, a group of
prisoners plot their escape from the notorious fortress located in French
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‘I Love to Kill
Kill’’ (1974) - Starring William Shatner and Ruth Roman.
Directed by William Grefe. Shatner, a crazed killer, is released from
prison and starts to kill again.
‘I Spit on Your Grave
Grave’’ (1978) - Starring Camille Keaton and Eron Tabor.
Directed by Meir Zarchi. A woman is raped by a group of four men but
gets her revenge against them with extreme violence.
‘I Want My Child
Child’’ aka ‘Melanie
Melanie’’ (1982) - Starring Glynnis O’Connor and
Paul Sorvino. Directed by Rex Bromfield. Drama tells the tale of one
poor woman’s courage, determination, and optimism, as she tries to
regain her child from her ex-husband. She befriends musician Cummings
who helps.
‘I Will Fight No More Forever
Forever’’ (1975) - Starring James Whitmore and
Ned Romero. Directed by Richard T. Heffron. The Nez Perce Indians
take on the entire western division of the U.S. Army in his true story of
heroics, strategies and faith.
‘Image of Bruce Lee, The
The’’ (1978) - Starring Bruce Li and Bolo Yeung.
Directed by Kuen Yeung. Bruce Li is an undercover agent sent to unravel
a counterfeit operation run by Yin-Chieh Han and Bolo Yeung.
‘Impossible Kid, The
The’’ (1979) - Starring Weng Weng and Mike Cohen.
Directed by Eddie Nicart. Mr. Giant has kidnapped the brilliant Dr. Van
Kohler and is planning to use the Doctor’s invention, the N-bomb, to hold
the world hostage. The only one who can foil Mr. Giant’s evil scheme is
Agent 00, a 3-foot tall Filipino martial arts master, expert marksman, topclass romancer and all-around super-spy. Can Agent 00 rescue Dr. Kohler
before it’s too late?
‘Imprisoned Women
Women’’ (1988) - Starring Susan Dey and Jonelle Allen.
Directed by Buzz Kulik. A young woman innocently finds herself an
accomplice to robbery and murder when she accepts a ride with a
mysterious stranger.
‘In Search of a Golden Sky
Sky’’ (1984) - Starring Charles Napier and
George ‘Buck
Buck’’ Flower. Directed by Jefferson Richard. Three children
escape into the wilderness to avoid being placed in an orphanage.
‘Incredible Earth Invasion
Invasion’’ (1966) - Starring Michael Cole and Deborah
Walley. Directed by Arch Oboler. What began that night for Catherine
and Tony as a simple flight to the hospital, so that Catherine could give
birth to their child, ended in a terrifying journey as their plane landed
instead in a bizarre ABD alien world.
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‘Incredibly Strange Creatures
Creatures’’ (1963) - Starring Ray Dennis Steckler
. Directed by Ray Dennis Steckler. Jerry falls in love
with a stripper he meets at a carnival. Little does he know that she is the
sister of a gypsy fortuneteller whose predictions he had scoffed at earlier.
The gypsy turns him into a zombie and he goes on a killing spree.
‘Inheritance, The
The’’ (1976) - Starring Anthony Quinn and Fabio Testi.
Directed by Mauro Bolognini. A domestic potboiler about an Italian
paterfamilias who enjoys the manipulative sexual attentions of his
‘Inside Man, The
The’’ (1984) - Starring Dennis Hopper and Hardy Krueger.
Directed by Tom Clegg. Based on a real-life incident during the days of
the Cold War when a Soviet submarine was spotted in Swedish waters.
‘Invasion from Inner Earth
Earth’’ (1974) - Starring Paul Bentsen and Debbie
Pick. Directed by Bill Rebane. A group of young pilots in a remote region
of the Canadian wilderness begin to hear strange reports over their radios
about planes crashing, car stalling and a deadly plague, which has
gripped the planet. It becomes clear that earth is in the midst of an
invasion. The group of pilots decides to barricade themselves in a cabin
deep in the woods and wait for their impending doom.
‘Iron Cowboy
Cowboy’’ (1968) - Starring Barbara Loden and Burt Reynolds.
Directed by Jud Taylor and Alan Smithee. A sophisticated Hollywood
film editor, on location for a film she is working on, falls for a local cowboy
who is hired to work on the same film.
Isadora’’ (1968) - Starring Vanessa Redgrave and John Fraser.
Directed by Karel Reisz. A biography of the dancer Isadora Duncan, the
1920s dancer who forever changed people’s ideas of ballet. Her nude,
semi-nude, and pro-Soviet dance projects as well as her attitudes on free
love, debt, dress, and lifestyle shocked the public of her time.
‘Island of the Lost
Lost’’ (1976) - Starring Richard Greene and Luke Halpin.
Directed by Ricou Browning and John Florea. An anthropological
expedition in the South Pacific discovers an island inhabited by prehistoric
mutant versions of modern animals and come upon a native boy who was
left on the island as a survival test by his tribe.
‘Isle of Erotic Pleasures
Pleasures’’ (1978) - Starring Olivia Pascal and Philippe
Garnier. Directed by Hubert Frank.
‘Isle of Misfortune
Misfortune’’ aka ‘Delos Adventure, The
The’’ (1987) - Starring Roger
Kern and Jenny Neumann. Directed by Joseph Purcell. A group of
scientists inadvertently stumble on a secret Soviet military operation, and
are hunted down by a commando team.
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‘It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time
Time’’ (1975) - Starring John Candy
Trent. A slapstick comedy about
. Directed by
a botched attempt to rob a bank.
It’’s Good to be Alive
Alive’’ (1974) - Starring Paul Winfield and Louis
Gossett Jr. Directed by Michael Landon. The true story of how Brooklyn
Dodgers’ catcher Roy Campanella learned to face life after an automobile
accident left him a quadriplegic.
‘Izzy and Moe
Moe’’ (1985) - Starring Jackie Gleason and Art Carney.
Directed by Jackie Cooper. The adventures of two retired vaudeville
performers who become two of the best prohibition agents in the 1920’s.
‘Jack Frost
Frost’’ (1964) - Starring Aleksandr Khvylya and Natalya Sedykh.
Directed by Aleksandr Rou. In search to be with his true love, Ellisa, and
become a real boy and not just a fairy. Jack must overcome many
obstacles and challenges.
‘Jack the Ripper
Ripper’’ (1976) - Starring Klaus Kinski and Josephine Chaplin.
Directed by Jesus Franco. A Swiss-German horror film with Klaus Kinski
as the notorious Jack the Ripper. A respected doctor by day, Kinski
dismembers London prostitutes by night, until the local Inspector’s
girlfriend goes undercover to catch him.
‘Jackals, The
The’’ (1967) - Starring Vincent Price and Diana Ivarson.
Directed by Robert D. Webb. Bandits target a gold miner and his
granddaughter in 19th century South Africa.
Jailbreakin’’ (1972) - Starring Marty Allen and Sherry Bain. Directed by
Ken Osborne. A successful country and western singer finds his life
disintegrating into a woeful mess when he begins taking drugs and
drinking excessively, until faith changes his life.
‘Jane and the Lost City
City’’ (1987) - Starring Sam Jones and Maud Adams.
Directed by Terry Marcel. Jane and the Colonel must journey to Africa to
the lost city to retrieve the diamonds before the Nazis do.
‘Jane Eyre
Eyre’’ (1970) - Starring George C. Scott and Susannah York.
Directed by Delbert Mann. Jane Eyre is an orphan who eventually gets a
job as governess to a girl named Adele at Thornfield Hall. There, she
gradually falls in love with Edward Rochester, the proprietor of Thornfield.
Just as Jane is about to win the happiness she deserves, a dark secret
comes to light, and it will take all of her courage, love and understanding
to triumph.
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‘Jaws of Death
Death’’ (1976) - Starring Richard Jaeckel and Jennifer Bishop.
Directed by William Grefe. Jaeckel illogically strikes out to protect his
“friends,” the sharks.
‘Jaws of the Dragon
Dragon’’ (1976) - Starring James Nam and Johnny Taylor.
Directed by James Nam. Tsun Lit, a notorious hit man for Black Tiger’s
gang, makes the fatal mistake of falling in love with Eeling. Wounded in a
gang war, Tsun Lit recuperates in the hospital where he is attacked by the
rival gang. He is rescued by Ealing who takes him to a villa in the jungle.
There, their love deepens while the gang wars continue. Eeling is
kidnapped; Tsun Lit is captured while offering ransom. They escape.
There is a showdown between the survivors of the two gangs. Tsun Lit is
the last to die - in Ealing’s arms.
‘Jesse Owens Story, The
The’’ (1984) - Starring Dorian Harewood and Tom
Bosley. Directed by Richard Irving. The story of African-American Jesse
Owens, who would become one of the greatest modern Olympian athletes
when he proved Hitler’s boast about the “Aryan athletic superiority” wrong
by winning four gold medals, setting world records and becoming the star
of the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
‘Jive Turkey
Turkey’’ (1974) - Starring Frank DeKova and Reginald Farmer.
Directed by Bill Brame. Pasha is king of the urban jungle, where money
talks, but not always loud enough. The mob wants a piece of his kingdom,
but he’s not sharing the throne. Meanwhile, it’s election year, and the
mayor needs a scapegoat.
‘Jock of the Bushveld
Bushveld’’ (1992) - Starring Robert Urich and Wilson
Dunster. Directed by Gray Hofmeyr and Danie Joubert. In 1886 twentyyear old Percy Fitzpatrick sets out for the Transvaal to dig for gold. On his
way he saves and adopts a puppy he calls Jock.
Joe’’ (1970) - Starring Peter Boyle and Susan Sarandon. Directed by
John Avildsen. Bill, a wealthy businessman, confronts his junkie
daughter’s drug-dealing boyfriend, and in the ensuing argument, he kills
him. Panic-stricken, Bill wanders the streets and eventually stops at a bar
where he runs into a drunken factory worker named Joe, who hates
hippies, blacks, and anyone who is “different,” and would like to kill one
himself. The two start talking, and Bill reveals his secret to Joe, furthering
complicating his predicament.
‘Joe Louis Story, The
The’’ (1953) (B/W) - Starring Coley Wallace and Ossie
Davis. Directed by Robert Gordoni. Rising from poverty, the “Brown
Bomber’ becomes the heavyweight champion of the world, defeating the
world’s most formidable boxers.
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‘Joe Panther
Panther’’ (1976) - Starring Brian Keith and Ricardo Montalban.
Directed by Paul Krasny. A young Seminole Indian boy comes of age
outside the Florida Everglades by getting work as crew member on a
fishing boat, hunting for alligators and having cathartic encounters with
bad guys trying to bring illegal aliens into Florida.
‘Johann Strauss
Strauss’’ (1988) - Starring Oliver Tobias and John Phillip Law.
Directed by Franze Antel. A romantic musical classic recreating the life
and loves of the famous Austrian composer of the 1890’s. Filmed entirely
in Vienna at authentic locations, it is a tribute to the ageless music by the
peripatetic Strauss, a genius by day and Casanova by night.
‘Johnny the Giant Killer
Killer’’ (1950) - Directed by Jean Image and Charles
Frank. An animation feature telling the story of a boy named Johnny who
sets out to rid the land of an evil giant. The giant uses a machine to
reduce Johnny to the size of a bee, but Johnny triumphs in the end.
‘Johnny West
West’’ (1965) - Starring Mimmo Palmara and Adriano
Micantoni. Directed by Gianfranco Parolini. Standard spaghetti fare with
a do-good cowpoke coming to the rescue of a man who’s been forced to
will his gold to captors.
Jory’’ (1973) - Starring John Marley and B.J. Thomas. Directed by
Jorge Fons. A young man’s father is killed in a saloon fight, and he must
grow up quickly to survive.
‘Journey to a Prehistoric Planet
Planet’’ (1965) - Starring Basil Rathbone and
Faith Domergue. Directed by Curtis Harrington. In the year 2020,
cosmonaut Marcia orbits the planet Venus while two astronauts and a
robot journey on the surface. Professor Hartman is also on hand to
observe the exploration from a distance. But soon, the explorers are
attacked by prehistoric beasts.
‘Journey to the Center of the Earth, A’ (1977) - Starring Lynette Curran
(voice) and Alistair Duncan (voice). Three brave explorers descend into
the bowels of an Icelandic volcano where they enter a strange prehistoric
world located in the very center of the Earth.
‘Journey to the Center of Time
Time’’ (1967) - Starring Scott Brady and
Anthony Eisley. Directed by David L. Hewitt. Gruff, hard-nosed new
boss Stanton takes over a scientific research company upon the death of
his benevolent father. Scientists Manning, Gordon and White, who are
very close to a breakthrough in time travel, are told by Stanton they must
have results in 24 hours or face a funding cut-off. Trying to push their
equipment past its safe operating limit, they travel into the far future and
distant past, with Stanton along as an accidental participant, unaware that
a surprise awaits them as they struggle to return to the present.
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‘Joyride to Nowhere
Nowhere’’ (1978) - Starring Leslie Ackerman and Sandy
Serrano. Directed by Mel Welles and Ronald C. Ross. Two young
women steel a Cadillac with two million dollars in the truck and ride away
with the owner hot on their tail.
‘Jungle Book
Book’’ (1942) - Starring Sabu and Joseph Calleia. Directed by
Zoltan Korda. A lavish version Rudyard Kipling’s stories about Mowgli,
the boy raised by wolves in the jungles of India.
‘Jungle Heat
Heat’’ (1982) - Starring Elizabeth Hartmann and Mauricio do
Valle. Directed by Oswaldo De Oliveira. Near the Amazon River a party
of young women, herded together in a human stockyard, must fight to
escape a gang of sex-starved gold miners.
‘Jungle Man
Man’’ (1988) - Starring Mario Merlo and Fabrizio Merlo. Directed
Climati. Jemma is a reporter and hires two men to take her
into the jungle to find a professor that she thinks is still alive. They face the
usual jungle perils until a local cannibal tribe finally captures them.
Katherine’’ (1975) - Starring Art Carney and Sissy Spacek. Directed by
Jeremy Kagan. Katherine Alman, a sweet, middle-American gal whose
search for self-discovery leads her from pacifism to militant anarchism.
Katherine takes it upon herself to change America the only way she sees
fit-through bloodshed.
‘Keeping Track
Track’’ (1985) - Starring Michael Sarrazin and Margot Kidder.
Directed by Robin Spry. Two tourists witness a murder and robbery and
find the stolen $5 million on a New York-bound train. The two are
relentlessly pursued by everyone, including the CIA and Russian spies.
‘Kids Again
Again’’ (1979) - Starring Jimmy Modgers and Russ Tamblyn.
Directed by Jimmy Modgers. Senior citizens hit the beach and reminisce
about their childhoods. One finds a magic seashell and the devil appears,
who agrees make them “kids again” in return for their souls.
‘Kill and Kill Again
Again’’ (1981) - Starring James Ryan and Anneline Kriel.
Directed by Ivan Hall. Steve Chase, four-time World Martial Arts
Champion, is engaged to save Nobel Prize winning chemist, Dr. Horatio
Kane, from the hands of a demented billionaire named Marduk. Steve
enlists the aid of four martial arts experts, and is accompanied by Dr.
Kane’s daughter Kandy. Enroute to Marduk’s stronghold, they are
ambushed but finally make it to the fortress. They are captured and put in
an arena to fight for their lives.
‘Kill Cruise
Cruise’’ (1990) - Starring Elizabeth Hurley and Jurgen Prochnow.
Directed by Peter Keglevic. A washed-out German sailor in a drunken
state agrees to take two British women from Gibraltar to the West Indies in
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his sailboat. Early into the voyage, they realize that it’s not going to be
smooth sailing, and it will take their wits to survive the trip.
‘Kill or be Killed
Killed’’ (1980) - Starring James Ryan and Charlott Michelle.
Directed by Ivan Hall. A madman bent on revenge lures martial arts
champion to a phony martial arts contest.
‘Kill Squad
Squad’’ (1982) - Starring Jean Glaude and Jeff Risk. Directed by
Patrick G. Donahue. Squad of martial arts masters follow a trail of
violence and bloodshed to a vengeful, deadly battle of skills.
‘Kill the Golden Goose
Goose’’ (1979) - Starring Brad Von Beltz and Ed Parker.
Directed by Eliott Hong. Witnesses scheduled to testify before the
members of a US Senate Subcommittee are killed one-by-one.
‘Kill the Shogun
Shogun’’ (1981) - Starring David Kang and Janet Choy.
Directed by D. Young Lee. The Japanese invade Korea and humiliate its
soldiers, who unify under the leadership of a young martial arts expert and
go after the Japanese for revenge at the very top.
‘Killer Eye, The
The’’ (1999) - Starring Jacqueline Lovell and Jonathan
Norman. Directed by David DeCoteau. An ophthalmologist is trying to
develop a technique for seeing into another dimension. His test subject
peers into another dimension and is killed by an extra-dimensional entity,
which enters our world and infests the eye of the subject. After expanding
to enormous size and detaching from the body of its victim, the eye goes
on a rampage.
‘Killing Affair, A’ (1986) - Starring Peter Weller and Kathy Baker.
Directed by David Saperstein. Set in West Virginia, 1943, this is the story
of a widow who takes in a drifter who she believes is the man who killed
her husband. She begins to fall for him, but cannot be sure if she should
trust him.
‘Killing Game, The
The’’ (1988) - Starring Cynthia Killion and Seely
Abraham. Directed by Joseph Merhi. Max Gilton is a man who has
conquered the American Dreams, beautiful women, fast cars and lots of
cash. On a simple assignment to kill a man and his mistress, someone
photographs the actual murder and the blackmail begins. Max’s paranoia
forces him to suspect everyone, and ruthlessly murder them all. Max’s
search for his blackmailer takes him to Las Vegas and a direct
confrontation with the head of the mob, Antonio Markaze. They are about
to enter a game with no rules, where the stakes are life and death and
each man must play to stay alive.
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‘Killing Ground, The
The’’ (1970) - Starring Richard Harrison and Klaus
Kinski. Directed by Maurizio Pradeaux. An Italian war action movie
about English dam busters working in occupied France.
‘Killing Mind, The
The’’ (1991) - Starring Stephanie Zimbalist and Tony Bill.
Directed by Michael Ray Rhodes. A former female FBI agent now a cop
in Los Angeles is assigned to catch a ballerina’s murderer, but runs into
resistance by fellow cops who don’t think that a woman detective can
handle the case.
‘Killing of Satan
Satan’’ (1983) - Starring Cecile Castilo and Charlie Devao.
Directed by Efren C. Pinon. A Filipino-made horror-fantasy movie about a
man who is chosen by his dead uncle to battle the forces of evil. He fights
a being called “The Prince of Magic,” who shoots rays from his hands,
makes heads spin around and hypnotizes people. He finally faces Satan
himself and engages him in a battle of magic.
‘King Gun
Gun’’ (1973) - Starring Guy Stockwell and Robert Fuller. Directed
by Robert Gordon. The story of Doctor Gatling, who invents a war
machine that beats all others.
‘King of the Hill
Hill’’ (1976) - Starring Robert Burton and Jason Sommers.
Directed by Michael J. Dmytryk. Four men living in the foothills of the
Sierra finds their peace interrupted when a young couple decides to camp
‘King of the Sting
Sting’’ (1969) (B/W) - Starring Edward G. Robinson and
Adolfo Celi. Directed by Robert Fiz. A distinguished Englishman in
Majorca sets out to rob the local bank.
‘King Solomon
Solomon’’s Treasure
Treasure’’ (1976) - Starring David McCallum and Britt
Ekland. Directed by Alvin Rakoff. The great adventurer takes on the
African jungle, hunting for hidden treasure in the Forbidden City.
‘Kingfisher Caper, The
The’’ (1976) - Starring David McCallum and Hayley
Mills. Directed by Dirk DeVilliers. It is the story about two power-hungry
brothers trying to gain control of the family diamond empire.
‘Kings and Desperate Men
Men’’ (1981) - Starring Patrick McGoohan and
Alexis Kanner. Directed by Alexis Kanner. Apprentice terrorists’ plea
their case at a public forum when they take a rakish talk show host
‘Kiss Daddy Goodbye
Goodbye’’ (1981) - Starring Fabian Cartwright and Marilyn
Burns. Directed by Patrick Regan. Two children who have psychic
powers use them to avenge the death of their father, who was murdered
by a biker gang.
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‘Kiss Shot
Shot’’ (1989) - Starring Whoopi Goldberg and Dennis Franz.
Directed by Jerry London. A black mother looses her job and the ability
to pay back her debts. She recalls her billiard skills and begins to play for
money. Will she be cool enough to be a pro in such a game? Things get
dicey when she falls in love with an opponent.
‘Klansman, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Lee Marvin and Richard Burton.
Directed by Terence Young. A small southern town has just been rocked
by a tragedy: a young woman has been violently raped. The white town
fathers immediately place the blame on Garth, a young black man.
Assuming that the men in white sheets aren’t intent on holding a fair and
impartial trial, Garth takes the woods as the Klansmen lynching party tires
to hunt him down.
‘Klondike Fever
Fever’’ (1980) - Starring Angie Dickinson and Jeff East.
Directed by Peter Carter. This movie chronicles Jack London’s epic
journey from San Francisco to the Klondike gold fields in 1898.
‘Kopeck and Broom
Broom’’ (1975) - Starring Lawrence Dane and John Candy.
Directed by John Trent. Candy assumes a supporting role as a bumbling
cop who is part of an incompetent police team trying to rescue a
kidnapped socialite.
‘Krakatoa East of Java
Java’’ (1969) - Starring Maximilian Schell and Diane
Baker. Directed by Bernard Kowalski. Captain Hanson of the “Betavia
Queen” is preparing to embark on a salvage expedition the late 19th
Century Dutch East Indies. His mistress, Laura, knows the location of a
ship belonging to her late husband, a shipwreck concealing a cargo of rare
pearls that lies dangerously close to the erupting Volcano on the island of
‘Kwaheri: Vanishing Africa
Africa’’ (1964) - Directed by Tho L. Brooks and
Byron Chudnow. Join an expedition into the depths of Africa’s most
dangerous jungles and witness the practices of the natives as they
perform surgeries without anesthetics, human sacrifices and mysterious
sexual rituals.
‘L.A. Cab
Cab’’ (1970) - Starring David Janssen and Yaphet Kotto. Directed
Starrett. A man fleeing the scene of his wife’s shooting forms an
unexpected relationship with the tough cab driver he hires to drive him to
the Mexican border.
‘LA Crackdown
Crackdown’’ (1988) - Starring Pamela Dixon and Tricia Parks.
Directed by Joseph Merhi. A ruthless yet compassionate policewoman
goes after crack dealers and pimps who are exploiting women.
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‘LA Crackdown II
II’’ (1988) - Starring Pamela Dixon and Anthony Gates.
Merhi. A woman cop does undercover as a dancer in
Directed by
a dance hall to try to catch a psychotic killer who stalks hookers.
‘Lady and Highwayman
Highwayman’’ (1989) - Starring Emma Samms and Hugh
Grant. Directed by John Hough. The young lady Panthea Vyne falls in
love with the handsome highwayman who saves her from her brutal
husband, who he kills in a duel.
‘Lady Chatterley
Chatterley’’s Lover
Lover’’ (1981) - Starring Sylvia Kristel and Shane
Briant. Directed by Just Jaeckin. A film adaptation of D.H. Lawrence’s
novel. After a crippling injury leaves her husband impotent, Lady Chatterly
is torn between her love for her husband and her physical desires. With
her husband’s consent, she seeks out other means of fulfilling her needs.
‘Lady Ice
Ice’’ (1973) - Starring Donald Sutherland and Jennifer O’Neill.
Directed by Tom Gries. An insurance investigator romances a wealthy
young beauty when he suspects she may be involved in fencing stolen
‘Lady Iron Monkey
Monkey’’ (1983) - Starring Lieh Lo and Fung Ling Kam.
Directed by Chi-Hwa Chen. A girl raised by apes falls for a prince who is
secretly using her Kung Fu for his personal gain.
‘Lair of the Vampires
Vampires’’ (1977) - Starring Eddie Garcia and Amalia
Fuentes. Directed by Gerardo de Leon. The horrifying tale of a Spanish
family, alternately blessed and cursed. Upon his death, Don Riccardo, with
deep remorse must refuse to give his daughter’s hand in marriage to her
love, Daniel. He painfully explains, …”The curse of Satan is upon this
house...” He reveals that the children’s deceased mother is not really dead,
but exists as a vampire in a hidden cellar coffin.
‘Last 4 Days, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Rod Steiger and Henry Fonda.
Directed by Carlo Lizzani. A chronicle of the final days of Benito Mussolini.
‘Last Call for Murder
Murder’’ (1987) - Starring Leah Ayress Hendrix and Shari
Shattuck. Directed by John Florea. When Rachel went to visit her very
successful sister in Hollywood, she expected her vacation to be exciting
compared to her life in Kansas. But she didn’t expect her sister’s murder.
‘Last Chance Motel
Motel’’ (1975) - Starring Eli Wallach and Ursula Andress.
Directed by Maurizio Lucidi. After robbing a jewelry shop in Canada, two
Americans arrange a meeting near the US border in order to split the loot.
One of them has an accident with his car on his way there and gets stuck
in an isolated motel until his car is fixed. The owner of the motel, a sexy
woman in her thirties, falls in love with him, but her suspicions about him
begin to multiply, as the police arrive at the motel.
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‘Last Days of Patton, The
The’’ (1986) - Starring George C. Scott and
Kathryn Leigh Scott. Directed by Delbert Mann. General George S.
Patton is seriously injured in an auto accident a few weeks after the end of
World War II. As he lies immobile in a hospital bed, surrounded by his
worried wife and pessimistic doctors, he waits for death and reminisces
about his happy younger days.
‘Last Dinosaur, The
The’’ (1977) - Starring Richard Boone and Joan Van
Ark. Directed by Alexander Grasshoff and Shusei Kotani. A wealthy big
game hunter and his group of friends gets trapped in pre-historic times,
where they are stalked by a ferocious dinosaur.
‘Last Game, The
The’’ (1980) - Starring Howard Segal and ED L. Grady.
Directed by Martin Beck. A young college football star meets a series of
staggering challenges to emerge a man. He loses his position as
quarterback and his girl to a wealthy rival. Then his long-absent mother
returns to disrupt his life. His football career is further threatened by a
professor ready to flunk him. At the last game his team is loosing. Sent in
as a replacement, he leads his team to victory - “a tribute,” he says, to his
father who has just died.
‘Last Man on Earth, The
The’’ (1964) (B/W) - Starring Vincent Price and
Franca Bettoia. Directed by Ubaldo Ragona and Sidney Salkow. Dr.
Robert Morgan is the only survivor of a devastating world-wide plague due
to a mysterious immunity he acquired to the bacterium while working in
Central America years ago. He is alone now… or so it seems. As night
falls, plague victims begin to leave their graves, part of a hellish undead
army that’s thirsting for blood…his!
‘Last of the American Hoboes, The
The’’ (1967) - Starring Box Car Myrtle
and Eagle Nest Joe. Directed by Titus Moede. “The Last of the American
Hoboes” is a documentary starring the hoboes of America. Among the key
scenes are: A 30’s breadline after the stock market crash. A hobo jungle
at the campfire where ‘bos eat their stew and philosophize. A flophouse
and the death rattle of a dying ‘bo. A freight train chugs is way out of a
yard with a boxcar of ‘boes, reminiscing about Joe Hill, famous hobo
songwriter. We see, in flashback, his 1915 execution by a Utah firing
squad. The film compares the ‘bo to his modern day counterpart at a lovein and run-ins with the law.
‘Last of the Belles
Belles’’ (1974) - Starring Richard Chamberlain and Susan
Sarandon. Directed by George Schaefer. While stationed at an army
post in Alabama in 1919, famed writer-to-be F. Scott Fitzgerald meets a
quirky yet beautiful girl Zelda, and marries her.
‘Last Song, The
The’’ (1978) - Starring Lynda Carter and Ronny Cox.
Directed by Alan J. Levi. After discovering incriminating evidence
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concerning toxic industrial waste, a woman is targeted by powerful
businessmen determined to silence her…for good.
‘Last Time I Saw Paris, The
The’’ (1954) - Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Van
Johnson. Directed by Richard Brooks. A successful writer reminisces
about his love affair with a wealthy American girl in Paris.
‘Last Woman on Earth
Earth’’ (1960) - Starring Betsy Jones-Moreland and
Anthony Carbone. Directed by Roger Corman. Eve, her husband Harold,
and their lawyer friend Martin are skin-diving while on vacation in Puerto
Rico. When they resurface, they gradually conclude that unexplained,
temporary interruption of oxygen has killed everyone on the island –
maybe in the world.
‘Legend of Bruce Lee, The
The’’ (1980) - Starring Bruce Le. Directed by
Daniel Lau. The movie tells the story of Bruce Lee’s life both on and off
the silver screen.
‘Legend of Eight Samurai
Samurai’’ (1984) - Starring Sonny Chiba and Sue
Shihomi. Directed by Kinji Fukasaku. An ancient Japanese princess
hires a group of eight samurai to destroy the witch who reigns over her
‘Legend of Frank Woods, The
The’’ (1977) - Starring Brad Stewart and Troy
Donahue. Directed by Deno Paoli and Hagen Smith. The legend of
Frank Woods is a powerful tale of redemption and violence in the Wild
‘Legend of Frenchie King, The
The’’ (1971) - Starring Brigitte Bardot and
Claudia Cardinale. Directed by Christian-Jaque and Guy Casaril.
Outlaw sisters in the old West inherit a ranch and try to settle down and
develop relationships with a neighboring family of brothers.
‘Legend of Hillbilly John, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Hedges Capers and
Denver Pyle. Directed by John Newland. A wandering ballad singer in
the Appalachians meets an ugly bird-type creature, is transported back in
time, and finds himself involved in the Devil’s work.
‘Legend of Sea Wolf, The
The’’ (1975) - Starring Chuck Connors and
Giuseppe Pambieri. Directed by Joseph Green. Jack London’s 1903
story of terror and despair as sailors awakening from a drugged or
drunken slumber and are forced to serve aboard a sailing ship against
their will.
‘Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Peter
Cushing and David Chiang. Directed by Roy Ward Baker and Cheh
Chang. Count Dracula journeys to a remote Chinese village in the guise
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of a warlord to support six vampires who are dispirited after the loss of a
seventh member of their cult. At the same time, vampire hunter Prof. Van
Helsing happens to be lecturing in the country and is persuaded by
villagers to help them fight this curse of the ages.
‘Legend of Valentino
Valentino’’ (1975) - Starring Franco Nero and Suzanne
Pleshette. Directed by Melville Shavelson. A dramatization of the life of
actor Rudolph Valentino.
‘Light at the Edge of the World, The
The’’ (1971) - Starring Kirk Douglas
and Yul Brynner. Directed by Kevin Billington. Based on a Jules Verne
novel, this film revolves around pirates who take over a lighthouse on a
rocky island and then execute a devious plan to cause ships to run
aground, allowing them to pillage their wrecks. A lone member of the
lighthouse crew survives and attempts to foil the pirates, but his efforts are
complicated when he is joined by a shipwrecked maiden who has escaped
the slaughter.
‘Lightning Bolt
Bolt’’ (1967) - Starring Anthony Eisley and Wandisa Guida.
Directed by Antonio Margheriti. Someone is stealing moon rockets from
Cape Kennedy, and secret agent Harry Sennet must find out who is doing
this devilish deed. It leads him to an evil madman who plots to destroy the
world from his underwater hideout.
‘Like Father, Like Daughter
Daughter’’ (1981) - Starring George Clutesi and Mona
Cozart. Directed by Christopher Chapman. Kelly leaves the big city and
joins her father in the wilderness. Her forest ranger father tracks down
illegal hunters and is a local hero. For the fist time in her life she sees how
animals like bears, wolves, raccoons and coyotes live in the wild. Despite
their independent natures, father and daughter learn to respect one
‘Line of Fire
Fire’’ (1969) - Starring Robert De Niro and Jarred Mickey.
Directed by John C. Broderick and John Shade. A young television
director becomes infatuated with a strange woman who practices black
magic and teaches him astral projection. His evil side manifests itself and
people begin to die from his uncontrolled thoughts.
‘Lion of the Desert
Desert’’ (1980) - Starring Anthony Quinn and Oliver Reed.
Directed by Moustapha Akkad. This epic historical film tells the story of
Libyan guerilla leader Omar Mukhatar, who struggled to stop Benito
Mussolini’s invading army from seizing control of his country. Mussolini
ordered General Rodolfo Graziani and his troops to destroy the Bedouin’s
rebellion but the Fascists weren’t counting on the determination and skill
of the Arab fighters.
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‘Little Mad Guy
Guy’’ (1982) - Starring Ming-tsai Wu and Tiger Yang.
Directed by Singloy Wang. A bandit pretends to be a master in a small
county. He causes chaos with all the villagers by doing tricks on them and
cheating. The bandit picks on the Little Mad Guy without knowing what it
will mean, and Little Guy gets crazy at which point a hot pursuit begins
that takes you through hilarious action-adventures.
‘Little Moon and Judd McGraw
McGraw’’ (1975) - Starring James Caan and
Stephanie Powers. Directed by Bernard Girard. A falsely-accused
cowboy joins a shamed Indian girl to revenge their wrongs on a corrupt
frontier town.
‘Little Shop of Horrors, The
The’’ (1960) - Starring Jack Nicholson and
Jonathan Haze . Directed by Roger Corman. A nerdy man working in a
florist shop develops an intelligent plant that requires human meat to
‘Living Legend
Legend’’ (1980) - Starring Earl Owensby and Ginger Alden.
Directed by Worth Keeter. Although audiences adore Eli Canfield, the
king of rock and roll, his private life is toppling. His wife leaves him; his
manager controls all aspects of his life, and his health is threatened by his
abusive use of pills. Eli’s singing returns to greatness after he meets
Jeannie, but he soon reverts to introversion and his behavior becomes
more erratic. He collapses, but his possessive and demanding manager
puts Eli back on the stage and isolates him from his friends. Eli, at the
brink of another collapse, is made to realize his total subjugation to his
manager. Eli throws him out, and then destroys the gaudy poster of
himself as a public idol.
‘Lone Wolf
Wolf’’ (1972) - Starring Tomisaburo Wakayama and Go Kato.
Directed by Kenji Misumi. In a rare moment of compassion, Lone Wolf
rescues a girl who has killed a pimp in self-defense. By his code, he is
forced to endure being tortured to within an inch of his life. Lone Wolf
takes to the road again, where his expertise is very much in demand, so
much so that a would-be employer had already had a contract placed on
him. The slayer with the baby cart proceeds down bloodstained paths to
‘Loners, The
The’’ (1972) - Starring Wilma Black and Scott Brady. Directed
by Sutton Roley. Three teenagers run from the Southwest police after
they are accused of murdering a highway patrolman.
‘Long John Silver
Silver’’ (1954) - Starring Robert Newton and Rod Taylor.
Directed by Byron Haskin. Arriving on a British Caribbean Island, Long
John Silver learns that rival pirated Mendoza has captured the governor’s
daughter and her young friend, Jim Hawkins. Hoping for a reward and as
always on a quest for treasure, he sets out on a rescue mission.
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‘Long Shot Kids
Kids’’ (1981) - Starring Leif Garrett and Zoe Chauveau.
Swackhamer. Two foosball enthusiasts work their way
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through local tournaments to make enough money to make it to the World
Championships in Tahoe.
‘Longest Drive, The
The’’ (1976) - Starring Kurt Russell and Tim Matheson.
Directed by Lee H. Katzin. Two brothers comb the wildest parts of the
West for their sister, whom they believe is living with Indians.
‘Longest Hunt, The
The’’ (1968) - Starring Brian Kelly and Keenan Wynn.
Directed by Bruno Corbucci. Mexican landowner Gutierrez offers to save
Chad Stark from hanging if Stark will agree to find and return Gutierrez’
runaway son.
Loophole’’ (1980) - Starring Albert Finney and Martin Sheen. Directed
by John Quested. When architect Stephen Booker loses his partnership,
he finds jobs hard to come by, and with money in short supply, he
unwittingly becomes involved in a daring scheme to rob one of London’s
biggest bank vaults.
‘Love is Blind
Blind’’ aka ‘Love at First Sight
Sight’’ (1977) - Starring Mary Ann
McDonald and Dan Aykroyd. Directed by Rex Bromfield. A blind, exbarber working in a china shop falls in love with a woman in search of the
perfect mate. The odd couple plans a trip to Niagara Falls where they
meet with a series of humorous misadventures.
‘Love Trap
Trap’’ (1977) - Starring Anthony Franciosa and Donna Mills.
Directed by Dan Curtis. Tony Franciosa plays a detective on the trail of a
murderer whose mutilated and predominantly male victims are found
encased in silken cocoons. He eventually tracks the killer’s path to Los
Angeles, where he discovers her true identity – a woman who was bitten
by black widow spider as a child, but that is just the beginning.
‘Love Under Pressure
Pressure’’ (1978) - Starring Karen Black and Kier Dullea.
Directed by Ralph Nelson. A married couple with a child caught up in a
contemporary world where every individual seeks their own achievements,
This couple is brought up short when they must share their strength and
compromise their goals to deal with a child in trouble.
‘Lovers and Liars
Liars’’ (1979) - Starring Goldie Hawn and Giancarlo
Giannini. Directed by Mario Monicelli. While she’s on vacation in Rome,
Anita falls in love with a handsome Italian banker named Guido who’s on
his way to visit his ailing father. Guido the philanderer invites her along on
the journey to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa, but before they get there,
his father dies. Unaware that Guido’s a married man, Anita accompanies
him to the funeral - much to the consternation of his entire clan.
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Loyalties’’ (1986) - Starring Kenneth Welsh and Tantoo Cardinal.
Directed by Anne Wheeler. A strong treatment of the issue of sexual
abuse of girls by men, and of an upper-class woman’s willingness to
establish a true friendship with a woman of a so-called lower economic
‘Mad Bomber, The
The’’ (1972) - Starring Vince Edwards and Chuck
Connors. Directed by Bert I. Gordon. William Dorn decides to get back at
all the people he blames for the overdose death of his daughter and the
break up of his marriage, so he decides to go on a bombing spree.
‘Mad Butcher, The
The’’ (1971) - Starring Victor Buono and Brad Harris.
Directed by John Zurli. A butcher who has not yet been rehabilitated is
released a little too early from a Viennese mental hospital. He re-opens
his butcher shop, and as the long coils of his new sausages begin to pile
up in his window, one by one, the neighbors disappear.
‘Mad Doctor of Blood Island
Island’’ (1968) - Starring John Ashley and
Angelique Pettyjohn. Directed by Eddie Romero and Gerardo De Leon.
A man who loves to travel visits an island where a mad doctor is creating
‘Mad Dog
Dog’’ (1977) - Starring Helmut Berger and Marisa Mell. Directed by
Sergio Grieco. A killer known as Mad Dog breaks out of prison to seek
vengeance on people who got him there.
‘Mad Dog Morgan
Morgan’’ (1976) - Starring Dennis Hopper and Jack
Thompson. Directed by Philippe Mora. 1865 is a wild and dangerous
time in the Australian Outback. The new frontier is being settled by English
madmen and criminals. Under the rule of the guns of Queen Victoria,
justice is swift and always short of just. After Morgan is wrongly
imprisoned by uncaring English court nobles, he begins a most brutal and
exciting crime rampage, the likes of which has not been witnessed before
or since his death.
‘Madame Claude
Claude’’ (1977) - Starring Francoise Fabian and Dayle
Haddon. Directed by Just Jaeckin. The story of Madame Claude, who
provides high-class call girls to dignitaries and heads of state.
Photographer David Evans is attempting to clear his criminal record by
providing the authorities pictures of Claude’s girls with important clients in
compromising positions.
Madron’’ (1970) - Starring Richard Boone and Leslie Caron. Directed by
Jerry Hopper. A gunslinger befriends a young Catholic nun, the only
survivor after an Indian raid on a wagon train.
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‘Magee and the Lady
Lady’’ (1987) - Starring Tony Lo Bianco and Sally
Kellerman. Directed by Gene Levitt. Magee is the two-fisted, hard-loving
Captain of the Cobargo, a rusty old freighter that he loves. He arrives in
port to find that the owners have foreclosed on his ship, and the only
person who can help him is veronica. Magee must tame this spoiled
debutante or fail in his quest to save the Cobargo.
‘Magic Pencil, The
The’’ (1988) - Directed by Bai Yong Chang. Gandy Goose
sends away for a radio giveaway item, a Magic Pencil. When the Magic
Pencil arrives, Gandy’s magic drawings cause all kinds of problems for
Sourpuss The Cat and for himself.
‘Magic Pony, The
The’’ (1977) - Starring Jim Backus (voice) and Hans
Conried (voice). Directed by Ivan Ivanov-Vano. With the help of a
beautiful flying horse, a young man battles a greedy emperor to become a
kind-hearted prince and live happily ever after with a beautiful princess.
‘Magic Sword, The
The’’ (1962) - Starring Basil Rathbone and Estelle
Winwood. Directed by Bert I. Gordon. The son of a sorceress, armed
with weapons, amour and six magically summoned knights, goes on a
quest to save a princess from a vengeful wizard.
‘Make Them Laugh, Make Them Die
Die’’ aka ‘Clown Murders, The
The’’ (1976)
- Starring John Candy and Susan Keller. Directed by Martyn Burke.
Posh Halloween party is undone when a cruel group fakes a kidnapping to
ruin a too-prosperous pal’s business deal. Awkward thriller boasts little
‘Man Called Noon, The
The’’ (1973) - Starring Richard Crenna and Stephen
Boyd. Directed by Peter Collinson. Rubal Noon blazes a trail of
vengeance across the West after his family is massacred. No one is safe
from his blood lusting fury. Suddenly, Noon is Ambushed and falls victim
to loss of memory. A mysterious desperado comes to his aid for unknown
reasons. Noon holds the secret to a fortune in gold. The desperado along
with many others impatiently wait for Rubal Noon’s Memory to return. And
when he does remember -- all hell breaks lose!
‘Man on the Eiffel Tower, The
The’’ (1950) - Starring Charles Laughton and
Franchot Tone. Directed by Burgess Meredith, Irving Allen and
Charles Laughton. Laughton plays Inspector Maigret, the detective
created by novelist Georges Simenon, in a highly suspenseful and
cerebral mystery about a crazed killer who defies the police to discover his
‘Man with the Golden Arm
Arm’’ (1955) (B/W) - Starring Frank Sinatra and
Eleanor Parker. Directed by Otto Preminger. Frankie Machine is a
skilled card dealer and one-time heroin addict. When he returns home
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form jail, he struggles to find a new livelihood and to avoid slipping back
into addiction and crime.
Mandinga’’ (1976) - Starring Antonio Gismondi and Paola D’Egidio.
Directed by Mario Pinzauti. An old South plantation owner lusts after his
female slaves.
Manhunt’’ (1972) - Starring Mario Adorf and Henry Silva. Directed by
Fernando Di Leo. The mob, bent on murderous revenge, pursues a man
they mistakenly believe responsible for the theft of one of their drug
shipments. Their elusive prey, however, has plans of his own, and they
also include revenge.
‘Mansion of the Doomed
Doomed’’ (1977) - Starring Richard Basehart and
Gloria Grahame. Directed by Michael Pataki. An insane surgeon finds
himself up to his armpits in eyeballs after guilt prompts him to begin
abducting people and removing their eyes in the hopes of performing
transplants on his daughter who lost her own in a car accident.
‘Mardi Gras Massacre
Massacre’’ (1978) - Starring Curt Dawson and Gwen
Arment. Directed by Jack Weis. Aztec priest arrives in New Orleans
during Mardi gras to revive the blood ritual of human sacrifice to an Aztec
god. A police detective relentlessly pursues him.
‘Marilyn Alive and Behind Bars
Bars’’ (1992) - Starring John Philip Law and
Richard Moll. Directed by John Carr. Utterly devastated by causing his
bride’s drowning death while drunk-driving, Harry leaps off a railroad
trestle into dark waters below. He is fished out and sent to a private
sanitarium run by Dr. Brewer and Dr. Fargo. The two have a nefarious
operation inside: selling beautiful young girls to Middle-Eastern sheikhs for
their harems. Under mind control and hypnotic drugs, Harry is routinely
sent out as a handsome bait to lure more captives. In hi lucid moments,
Harry explores upstairs after filching keys from sadistic orderly Otto.
Admitting himself into off-limit quarters, he surprises a beautiful woman
who claims she’s movie star Marilyn Monroe, that another body was
substituted for hers and that somebody rich and powerful had her sent
here. She pleads for Harry’s help in escaping. They eventually fall in love
and, after harrowing and horrible ordeals below, including a fight to the
death with the enraged Otto, flee the place, but not before Brewer and
Fargo meet their ironic fate.
‘Mark of the Cat
Cat’’ (1982) - Starring Jason Roberts and Brian
O’Shaughnessy. Directed by Alan Nathanson and Essy Niknejad. A
lone farmboy is subjected to repeated attacks by feline mutants.
‘Mark of the Hawk, The
The’’ (1958) - Starring Patrick Allan and Earl
Cameron. Directed by Michael Audley. Obam struggles with the
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increasingly hostile forces facing each other in a colonial African country.
The African natives want their land and lives back from the British
colonists. Obam’s motives are questioned by his own people, in particular
his brother. With the help of his wife and a missionary, will he be able to
get things under control before the country self-destructs?
‘Marquis DeSade
DeSade’’ (1969) - Starring Klaus Kinski and Romina Power.
Directed by Jesus Franco. A woman named Justine is (willingly) used
and abused by all manner of perverts, freaks and sexual deviants.
Massacre’’ aka ‘Border of Tong, The
The’’(1985) - Starring David Heavener
and Hwee Ling Lee. Directed by Michael Chu. The dark alleys and
winding streets of Chinatown are forbidden places for newcomers. For
years the residents sought refuge in local gambling parlors run by Tongs
rival gangs fighting amongst themselves.
‘Massacre at Fort Holman
Holman’’ (1972) - Starring James Coburn and Telly
Savalas. Directed by Tonino Valeri. A dishonored army officer saves the
lives of some hardened criminals on condition that they help him regain
his honor.
‘Master with Cracked Fingers
Fingers’’ (1971) - Starring Jackie Chan and Siu
Tien Yuen. Directed by Chu Mu. Young Jackie was intrigued by Kung Fu
since an early age, but his father strictly forbade its’ practice. One day he
met an old beggar who offered to teach him to fight. As he grew up, he got
better and better, until he was forced to use his new skills against an
extortion ring that was threatening his uncle’s restaurant.
Mayhem’’ (1986) - Starring Raymond Martino and Pamela Dixon.
Directed by Joseph Merhi. Two loners in Hollywood confront all types of
urban low-life murderers, drug pushers, and child molesters.
‘Mazes and Monsters
Monsters’’ (1982) - Starring Tom Hanks and Wendy
Crewson. Directed by Steven Hilliard Stern. Bound together by a desire
to play “Mazes and Monsters”, Robbie and his four college classmates
decide to move the board game into the local legendary cavern. Robbie
starts having visions for real, and the line between reality and fantasy fuse
into a harrowing adventure.
‘McMasters, The
The’’ (1970) - Starring Burl Ives and Brock Peters. Directed
by Alf Kjellin. He bought a white man’s land and a red man’s squaw. No
black man has enough money to buy himself out of the trouble he’s in now.
‘Men in War
War’’ (1957) - Starring Robert Ryan and Aldo Ray. Directed by
Anthony Mann. A platoon of American soldiers who become separated
from their unit and lost behind enemy lines during the Korean War.
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Mesmerized’’ (1986) - Starring Jodie Foster and John Lithgow.
Directed by Michael Laughlin. An orphaned New Zealand girl marries an
older wealthy businessman and learns how to deal with his strange sexual
‘Message to My Daughter
Daughter’’ (1973) - Starring Bonnie Bedelia and Martin
Sheen. Directed by Robert Michael Lewis. A confused teenager finds
courage and strength in the tapes recorded years earlier by her dying
‘Microwave Massacre
Massacre’’ (1983) - Starring Jackie Vernon and Loren
Schein. Directed by Wayne Berwick. Killer kitchen appliances strike
again as late lounge comic Vernon murders nagging wife and waves her.
Overcome by that Betty Crocker feeling, he goes on a microwave
murdering/feeding spree of the local ladies.
‘Midas Touch, The
The’’ (1997) - Starring Trever O’Brien and Ashley
Cafagna-Tesoro. Directed by Peter Manoogian. Drama about a boy who
fantasizes about having enough money to be able to cure his
grandmother’s serious heratt condition. When he finds himself in a
haunted house, the mysterious owner grants him one wish – the Midas
touch. The boy soon learns that it is more of a curse than a blessing when
everything he touches turns to gold.
‘Midnight Cop
Cop’’ (1988) - Starring Michael York and Morgan Fairchild.
Directed by Peter Patzak. The body of a beautiful young dancer is found
in a sand pit, dead from stab wounds and an overdose! A lady of the night,
Morgan Fairchild holds the key to the dark secret behind the murder.
‘Milipitas Monster, The
The’’ (1975) - Starring Paul Frees and Doug Hagdahl.
Directed by Robert L. Burrill. A horror movie about a monster that has
been created from a garbage dump in Milipitas, a town near San
Francisco, where it attacks a party at the local high school.
‘Mill of the Stone Women
Women’’ (1960) - Starring Pierre Brice and Scilla
Gabel. Directed by Giorgio Ferroni. Hans arrives in a town near
Amsterdam to write a story on the reclusive sculptor. Professor Val, who
lives on an island in the old mill house the locals call the Mill of the Stone
Women. Hans meets the Professor’s beautiful and seductive daughter,
and begins feeling passion for her despite his true love for Lisa Lotta.
Slowly he becomes aware of the nefarious experiments being conducted
by Val and his furtive assistant Dr. Boles, and local women continue to
Millions’’ (1990) - Starring Billy Zane and Lauren Hutton. Directed by
Carlo Vanzina. To a family of millionaires, money is everything, and the
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heir to the family fortune is willing to do anything to get his hands on all
that money.
‘Mission to Glory: A True Story
Story’’ (1977) - Starring Richard Egan and
John Ireland. Directed by Ken Kennedy. Based on the legendary story of
Father Kino. During the days of early California, only one man can stop
the cruel slaughter of the Indians by the Spanish Conquistadors. His name
is Kino.
‘Mission to Kill
Kill’’ (1975) - Starring Helmut Berger and Sydney Rome.
Directed by Jose Gutierrez Maesso. A young woman gives herself to a
hated mob boss to save her boyfriend, who is the target of a syndicate hit
‘Mission: Monte Carlo
Carlo’’ (1974) - Starring Roger Moore and Annette
Andre. Directed by Roy Ward Baker and Basil Dearden. An episode
from the television series “The Persuaders,” wherein our two vacationing
adventures discover a girl’s drowned body and try to solve the case.
‘Mister Johnson
Johnson’’ (1990) - Starring Pierce Brosnan and Edward
Woodward. Directed by Bruce Beresford. In 1923 Africa, an educated
black man working for the British magistrate constantly finds himself in
trouble, thanks to backfiring schemes.
‘Mister Scarface
Scarface’’ (1976) - Starring Jack Palance and Al Cliver. Directed
by Fernando Di Leo. Tony, a mob loan shark, is dissatisfied with his
station in life. Though he dreams of one day being rich, he is stuck with
the dead-end job of beating up borrowers who fall behind in their
payments. After meeting up with Napoli, another mob enforcer who’s just
been fired from his job, the two hatch a plan. Together, they will con mob
boss Manzari out of a fortune, after which they can retire and live in luxury.
Manzari, however, is not about to let them go so easily.
‘Mistress of the Apes
Apes’’ (1979) - Starring Jenny Neumann and Barbara
Leigh. Directed by Larry Buchanan. A woman searches for her missing
husband in Africa with a group of scientists and discovers a tribe of nearmen, who may be the missing link in evolution. Into their little group she is
accepted, becoming their queen.
‘Mistress, The
The’’ (1977) - Starring Trish Van Devere and Patrick O’Neal.
Directed by Robert Greenwald. A woman’s inability to make a lasting
commitment results in her having a string of affairs with married men.
Mitchell’’ (1975) - Starring Joe Don Baker and Martin Balsam. Directed
by Andrew V. McLaglen. A soft-bellied cop with an affinity for porn and
beer is reduced to an assignment involving no-speed car chases and
yelling at children.
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‘Mob Queen
Queen’’ (1998) - Starring David Proval and Dan Moran. Directed by
Jon Carnoy. Dim low-level Brooklyn mobsters George and Dip want to
impress their boss, Joey “The Heart” Aorta, by giving him a memorable
birthday present. So George sets up a “date” with sexy new prostitute on
the docks, Glorice. And it works -- Joey’s smitten by the tough babe and
George and Dip figure they’re in clover. Until they find out that Glorice is
actually a he -- and they decide the safest thing would be to end the
budding romance before Joey finds out.
‘Mogul, The
The’’ (1984) - Starring Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman.
Directed by Danny DeVito. A bitter, out-of-work actor and a woman who
works at the ratings service manage to mess up the television industry.
Molester’’ (1986) - Starring Ted Danson and Richard Masur. Directed
by Waris Hussein. A Texas police chief discovers seven severed hands
and turns to a forensic expert for help, who finds a psychic link between a
mentally disturbed child and the serial killer.
‘Molly and Lawless John
John’’ (1972) - Starring Sam Elliott and Vera Miles.
Directed by Gary Nelson. A shy, romance-starved wife of an arrogant
sheriff finds herself drawn to a prisoner in her husband’s jail, who plays on
her sympathy and convinces her to help him escape and then accompany
him on his cross-country flight. Molly soon realizes that he is just using her
but makes the best of the situation, and by the time the sheriff’s posse
catches up with them, she is a new woman.
‘Mondo Magic
Magic’’ (1975) - Starring Mac Mauro Smith (Narrator). Directed
by Alfredo Castiglioni, Angelo Castiglioni and Guido Guerrasio. A
bizarre journey into the world of primitive practices in distant lands.
Witness the human pincushions of Sri Lanka, the “evil elephant” eyeplunking ceremony of Africa and the primitive virgin-testing practices of
Ethiopian tribesmen, among others.
‘Money, The
The’’ (1976) - Starring Laurence Luckinbill and Graham Beckel.
Directed by Rodney Amateau and Chuck Workman . A prominent
businessman’s children become the target of a young, unemployed man,
who sees them as his ticket to wealth.
‘Monsieur Vincent
Vincent’’ (1947) (B/W)- Starring Pierre Fresnay and Yvonne
Gaudeau. Directed by Maurice Cloche. True story of 17th century French
priest who became St. Vincent de Paul. He forsakes worldly possessions
and convinces members of the aristocracy to finance his charities for the
less fortunate.
Monster’’ (1979) - Starring James Mitchum and John Carradine.
Directed by Kenneth Hartford and Herbert L. Strock. A chemical
company’s pollution of a lake creates a monster that attacks the local
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villagers. The company sends a specialist to destroy the monster and also
to keep the company’s part in its creation out of the newspapers.
‘Moon of the Wolf
Wolf’’ (1972) - Starring David Janssen and Barbara Rush.
Directed by Daniel Petrie. After several locals are viciously murdered, a
Louisiana sheriff starts to suspect he may be dealing with a werewolf.
‘Mr. 45
45’’ (1981) - Starring Zoe Lund and Albert Sinkys. Directed by Abel
Ferrara. A mute woman gets raped twice coming home from work and
decides to take matters into her own hands. She dresses suggestively and
roams the streets alone, seeking vengeance upon anyone who tries to
have advantage of her, while maintaining her regular life in the fashion
‘Multiple Maniacs
Maniacs’’ (1970) - Starring Divine and David Lochary. Directed
. Divine is the head of a “freak show.” Its sole mission is
to rob and kill the members of the audience.
‘Mummy and Curse of the Jackals
Jackals’’ (1969) - Starring Anthony Eisley
and John Carradine. Directed by Oliver Drake. Upon opening the tomb
of female mummy, a man is cursed to roam the streets of Las Vegas as a
‘Murder in Music City
City’’ (1979) - Starring Sonny Bono and Claude Akins.
Directed by Leo Penn. A brash songwriter-turned-detective and his
photographer’s model bride become involved in a puzzling murder. A dead
body found in their honeymoon suite puts them on a trail that leads to
‘Murder in the Orient
Orient’’ (1974) - Starring Ronald L. Marchini and Leo
Fong. Directed by Manuel G. Songo. American secret agent Paul
Marcelli must get his hands on two very valuable samurai swords with the
help of a Martial Arts Master, played by Leo Fong. Violence and
vengeance follows them in this Martial Arts adventure thriller.
Murdercycle’’ (1999) - Starring Charles Wesley and Cassandra Ellis.
Directed by Tom Callaway. A meteor falls to earth near a secret CIA
military hideout and merges with a motorcycle and its rider to create an
alien soldier bent on recovering an alien artifact. The military enlists the
help of a female doctor that can read minds try to figure out what is going
on and find a way to stop it.
Murderer’’s Keep
Keep’’ (1979) - Starring Talia Shire and Vic Tayback.
Directed by Paul Michael Miekhe. A mute girl sees the murderous
operation of a pair of butchers who use their victims as meat for their
butcher shop. The killers learn she knows about them and set of to murder
her. A wild and frightening chase ensues until finally the girl is able to
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cause the death of both men. She then takes over the business of butcher
shop herself.
‘Mutual Respect
Respect’’ (1978) - Starring Beau Bridges and Lloyd Bridges.
Directed by Don Chaffey. Sean Pearce is a wealthy man desperately
reaching out to a son he has never taken the time to know. His son, Kevin
exists to surf, living the carefree life of an attractive single male. His
disrespect for his father’s obsession with business and the pursuit of
prestige has left him unwilling to commit himself to career or marriage.
Overcoming years of bitterness, a son must learn to respect his father.
One must reach this goal before he dies, or the other in order to live.
‘My Favorite Butler
Butler’’ (1975) - Starring Sue Longhurst and Diana Dors.
Directed by Vernon P. Becker. A Victorian aristocrat buys a former
madhouse and converts it into a “love nest”. Unknown to him, Jack the
Ripper lives in secret passages lining the building.
‘My Way
Way’’ (1974) - Starring Joe Stewadson and Richard Loring.
Directed by Emil Nofal and Roy Sargent. Will Maddox is a man driven to
win at all costs. He simply has to win at everything and gets fearsomely
angry if he does not. All three of his children excel in sports of one kind or
another, but eventually, Will's determination to win at all costs alienates
his whole family. Eventually, what goes around comes around and Will
loses everything. In desperation, he enters a grueling marathon to prove
that he still has what it takes to be a winner.
‘Naked Massacre
Massacre’’ (1976) - Starring Mathieu Carriere and Carole Laure.
Directed by Denis Heroux. A maniac kills nurses, leaving no clues for the
police to follow.
‘Navajo Joe
Joe’’ (1966) - Starring Burt Reynolds and Aldo Sanbrell.
Directed by Sergio Corbucci. The American West in the mid-1800’s – a
land beyond the reach of the law. A ruthless gang plunders the plains,
murdering innocent Indian women and children to collect their scalps. One
man stands in their way, a warrior hell-bent on revenge.
‘Nevada Heat
Heat’’ (1982) - Starring Pia Zadora and Telly Savalas. Directed
by Matt Climber. A gangster’s girlfriend hangs out in a Las Vegas hotel
with her cop protectors while she waits to testify.
‘New Barbarians
Barbarians’’ (1982) - Starring Giancarlo Prete and Fred
Williamson. Directed by Enzo G. Castellari. Two mercenaries help
wandering caravans’ fight off an evil and aimless band of white-clad bikers
after the nuclear holocaust.
‘New Daughters of Joshua Cabe, The
The’’ (1976) - Starring Randall Carver
and Leslie Dalton. Directed by Bruce Bilson. Three young women pose
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as the daughters of an elderly homesteader when they find out that he has
been falsely accused of murder, convicted and sentenced to hang.
Together they hatch an imaginative plot to smuggle him out of prison.
‘Newlydeads, The
The’’ (1987) - Starring Rebecca Barrington and Michele
Burger. Directed by Joseph Merhi. An uptight, conservative, honeymoon
resort owner murders one of his guests and finds out that “she” is really a
he. Fifteen years later, on his wedding night, all of his guests are violently
murdered by the transvestite’s vengeful ghost.
‘Next Man, The
The’’ (1976) - Starring Sean Connery and Cornelia Sharpe.
Directed by Richard C. Sarafian. Khalil is an Arab dilomat who wants not
only to make peace with Israel, but also get the Jewish state admitted as a
member of OPEC. This makes him the target for a series of ingeniously
conceived assassination attempts, which he foils with the aid of his friend
and his girlfriend.
Nicole’’ (1972) - Starring Leslie Caron and Ramon Bieri. Directed by
Istvan Ventilla. The downfall of a wealthy woman who is able to buy
everything she wants except love.
‘Night Creature
Creature’’ (1978) - Starring Donald Pleasence and Nancy Kwan.
Directed by Lee Madden. A big-game hunter brings a killer leopard to his
private island and turns it loose so he can hunt it down. However,
unexpected visitors arrive at the island and interrupt his hunt. Meanwhile,
the leopard begins to hunt the inhabitants of the island.
‘Night Master
Master’’ (1987) - Starring Nicole Kidman and Tom Jennings.
Directed by Mark Joffe. Nicole Kidman stars in this tense thriller, where
karate students engage in a most challenging and dangerous game
played only at night. She’s attracted to one of the other students, but
before any romance can blossom something goes terribly wrong. The
teacher takes the game too far, and what follows turns into a fight for
‘Night Nurse
Nurse’’ (1978) - Starring Gary Day and Kate Fitzpatrick. Directed
by Igor Auzins. A private nurse uncovers strange goings-on in the home
where she is working.
‘Night of a Thousand Cats
Cats’’ (1972) - Starring Anjanette Comer and
Zulma Faiad. Directed by Rene Cardona Jr. Millionaire playboy Hugo
files around Acapulco in his private helicopter and picks up sexy young
women, whisking them away to his secluded castle for an evening of
wining and dining before killing them and feeding them to his one
thousand-strong army of blood-thirsty cats.
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‘Night of Horror
Horror’’ (1978) - Starring Steve Sandkuhler and Gae Schmitt.
Directed by Tony Malanowski. Zombies attack four young people
stranded in the wilderness.
‘Night of the Demon
Demon’’ (1974) - Starring Michael Berry and Emby Mellay.
Directed by Tom Laughlin. Lost on the road, a young man meets a lovely
young woman and is persuaded to stay at her nearby farmhouse. Things
there are not as they seem, including the young woman -- who turns out to
be a very old witch.
‘Night of the Living Dead
Dead’’ (1968) - Starring Duane Jones and Judith
O’Dea. Directed by George A. Romero. The radiation from a fallen
satellite causes the recently deceased to rise from the grave and seek the
living to use as food. This is the situation that a group of people penned up
in an old farmhouse must deal with.
‘Night of the Sharks
Sharks’’ (1987) - Starring Treat Williams and Janet Agren.
Directed by Anthony Richmond. David must fight for his life against the
gangsters who killed his brother for a computer disk containing proof of
their illegal activities. When David gets possession of the disk, he goes
down to Mexico and lives as a shark hunter. Who will get David first, the
gangsters or the shark?
‘Night Porter, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Dirk Bogarde and Charlotte
Rampling. Directed by Liliana Cavani. Thirteen years after World War II,
a concentration camp survivor and her Nazi tormentor, currently the night
porter at a Vienna hotel, meet again and fall back into their sadomasochistic relationship.
‘Night Terror
Terror’’ (1978) - Starring Valerie Harper and Richard Romanus.
Directed by E.W. Swackhammer. A woman motorist stops to ask
directions from a highway patrolman ticketing a speeder on a desert road.
She is horrified as the speeder suddenly guns down the officer, and takes
off with the killer in hot pursuit.
‘Nightmare in Wax
Wax’’ (1969) - Starring Cameron Mitchell and Anne Helm.
Directed by Bud Townsend. A movie makeup man owns a wax museum
full of statues of actors who have recently gone missing.
‘Nightmare Never Ends
Ends’’ (1980) - Starring Cameron Mitchell and Faith
Clift. Directed by Phillip Marshak, Tom McGowan and Gregg C. Tallas. A
devout Catholic doctor is terrorized by demonic nightmares and perverse
hallucinations that come to life until she summons enough courage to
battle her nemesis and his evil cult.
‘Ninja Blacklist
Blacklist’’ (1972) - Starring Shan Qui and Judi Hi. Directed by Mar
Lo. A big city crimelord spreads death and destruction. He must be
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stopped! His gang of thugs meets their match when they cross paths with
two Ninja-trained comrades.
‘Ninja Death
Death’’ aka ‘Mantis vs. falcon Claws
Claws’’ (1983) - Directed by Mitch
Wong. A silk dealer and a princess are traveling in the China country,
when they are attacked by a group of Falcon bandits. The bandits kidnap
the princess and steal the silk. The princess’ father makes an effort to free
his daughter, but fails, and the bandits demand a ransom. Meanwhile, the
silk dealer goes to a Shaolin temple, and trains to lean Mantis kung fu.
After much intense training, he goes after the bandits.
‘Ninja Incarnation
Incarnation’’ (1981) - Starring J. J Sonny Chiba and Kenji
Sawada. Directed by Kinji Fukasaku. An indestructible supernatural army
of executed samurai and ninja lead a peasant uprising against the
oppressive Shogunate. Enter Jubei Yagyu, the only master samurai
whose skill and blade is deadly enough to slash apart both the mortal and
immortal forces of darkness.
‘No Mercy
Mercy’’ (1979) - Starring Michael Caine and Peter Ustinov. Directed
by Richard Fleischer. Dr. Anansa Linderby is kidnapped from a medical
mission in Africa by a slave trader. Her husband will do anything to
recover her and to punish the bad guys, but that will not be an easy task.
‘No Room to Run
Run’’ (1978) - Starring Richard Benjamin and Paula
Prentiss. Directed by Robert Michael Lewis. Richard Benjamin and
Paula Prentiss are the sacrificial lambs in an action-packed adventure of
corporation intrigue. The promising career of a young executive becomes
a nightmare, as his orderly world is shattered by violence, and he
becomes the target for unidentified killers. Love offers the only ray of hope
for a desperate man who wants to escape, but has no room to run.
‘No Substitute for Victory
Victory’’ (1970) - Starring Mark W. Clark and Martha
Raye. Directed by Robert F. Slatzer. The Duke himself, John Wayne,
records a stirring call to arms at the height of the Vietnam War. This film
traces the roots of communism from Lenin to Ho Chi Minh, and it decries
the flagging American will to face the “Communist conspiracy”. An
intriguing view from a time past, as well as a fascinating angel on events
that have shaped the world.
Notorious’’ (1946) (B/W) - Starring Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman.
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Post-WWII story of a beautiful playgirl sent
by the US government to marry a suspected spy living in Brazil. Grant is
the agent assigned to watch her. Duplicity and guilt are important factors
in this brooding, romantic spy thriller. Suspenseful throughout, with a
surprise ending.
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‘Nuclear Run
Run’’ (1980) - Starring Steve Bisley and Mel Gibson. Directed
Something’s gone wrong at a nuclear waste plant. One man,
contaminated with plutonium, has slipped through plant security to warn
people. A young, free-wheeling couple joins forces with this messenger of
death...and the chase ticks on like a time bomb.
Obsession’’ (1980) - Starring Richard Burton and Tatum O’Neal.
Directed by Jules Dassin. The erotic tale of an eccentric 60 year old
(Richard Burton), who develops a romantic relationship with a seductive
16-year-old student (Tatum O’Neal). Legendary Richard Burton is
captivating with this unforgettable performance marking his final role of his
‘Oliver Twist
Twist’’ (1933) - Directed by Richard Slapzcynski.
‘On the Edge
Edge’’ (1994) - Starring Lisa Boyle and Steve Simich. Directed
by Anthony J. Christopher. The story of a female lawyer who spends so
much time indulging her seemingly insatiable sexual appetite that her
career begins to suffer.
‘Once is Never Enough
Enough’’ (1970) - Starring Burt Reynolds and Susan
Oliver. Directed by Ralph Senensky and Virgil W. Vogel. Lt. Dan August
is a homicide detective in his hometown of Santa Louisa, California. In this
reediting of two episodes of Burt Reynold’s “Dan August” TV series,
August and his partner Wilentz investigate the slayings of two winos who
died after drinking poisoned whisky and the rape and murder of a young
‘Once Upon a Time
Time’’ (1976) - Directed by Rolf Kauka. A Grinch threatens
the tranquil life of a small village and resents the happiness and love of a
handsome young adventurer, his pretty sweetheart and their adorable
‘One Away
Away’’ (1976) - Starring Patrick Mower and Bradford Dillman.
Directed by Sidney Hayers. A gypsy escapes from a South African prison
with the police in hot pursuit.
‘One Minute Before Death
Death’’ (1972) - Starring Wanda Henorix and Barry
Coe. Directed by Rogelio A. Gonzales Jr. For Genevive, there is nothing
worse than the fear of being buried alive. You see, everyone thinks
Genevive is dead -- but she’s not. After a nasty tumble down the stairs,
Genevive can’t move or speak or even blink her bright eyes... all she can
do is stare out of her open coffin and watch her “loved ones” reveal their
true colors. Tolerating her sisters’ cattiness is one thing, but when
Genevive discovers her husband’s murderous infidelity, she decides that
coming back from the grave for a little revenge might be just what the
doctor ordered.
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‘One-Eyed Jacks
Jacks’’ (1961) - Starring Marlon Brando and Karl Malden.
Directed by Marlon Brando. Running from the law after a bank robbery in
Mexico, Dad Longworth takes the stolen gold for himself and leaves his
partner Rio face the rap. Years later, Rio escapes from the prison where
he has been held and comes to revenge himself on his former partner,
who is now a respectable sheriff in California.
‘Operation Catastrophe
Catastrophe’’ (1969) - Starring Jack Palance and Andrea
Bosic. Directed by Leon Klimovsky. During World War II, a tough officer
organizes a commando raid into Germany.
‘Operation Serpent
Serpent’’ (1974) - Starring David Janssen and Hope Lange.
Directed by Russ Mayberry. A submarine on an experimental mission
becomes infested with poisonous snakes brought aboard by a member of
the crew. Sudden death awaits all as the ship goes out of control to the
bottom of the sea. With only twelve hours of oxygen remaining, the crew
must fight time and the deadly snakes who attack everything that moves.
With time running out, the question remains what or who will survive.
‘Opium Connection, The
The’’ (1966) - Starring Yul Brynner and Angie
Dickinson. Directed by Terrence Young. In an attempt to stem the heroin
trade from Iran, a group of narcotics agents working for the UN inject a
radioactive compound into a shipment of opium, in the hopes that it will
lead them to the main heroin distributor in Europe. Along the way, they
encounter a mysterious woman doing her own investigation of the
smuggling operation. Together, they follow the trail as it leads them
through the back alleys and luxury resorts of Europe.
Out’’ (1982) - Starring Peter Coyote and O-Lan Jones. Directed by Eli
Hollander. A drifter’s travels throughout the U.S. from the ‘60s to the ‘80s.
Adapted from an experimental novel by Ronald Sukenick.
‘Out of Season
Season’’ (1975) - Starring Vanessa Redgrave and Cliff
Roberson. Directed by Alan Bridges. A man returns to a remote English
seaside resort after a twenty-year absence. He plans to try to rekindle a
long-dormant love affair with the hotel’s owner, but gets more than he
bargained for when it turns out the woman’s sexy teenage daughter has
plans of her own.
‘Out of the Blue
Blue’’ (1980) - Starring Linda Manz and Dennis Hopper.
Directed by Dennis Hopper. A young girl whose father is an ex-convict
biker and whose mother is a junkie has a different time coping with her
parents’ problems.
‘Outlaw Angel
Angel’’ aka ‘Angel of HEAT
HEAT’’ (1982) - Starring Marilyn
Chambers and Stephen Johnson. Directed by Myrl A. Schreibman. A
mad scientist uses an army of androids and a device that can disintegrate
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metal to try to steal microchips containing top-secret information. The
government dispatches a beautiful female agent to stop him.
‘Outlaw of Red River, The
The’’ (1965) - Starring George Montgomery and
Elisa Montes. Directed by Maury Dexter. A man on the run for a murder
he didn’t commit. He finds himself south of the border during revolutionary
times. Working for a local General, he is caught in the middle of a local
war, not to mention a love triangle. With both guns blazing the “Outlaw of
Red River” rides to the rescue and helps restore peace and harmony to
the territory.
Outsider’’ (1979) - Starring Rutger Hauer and Donald Jones. Directed
by Wim Verstappen. Detective Rick Decker has no problem mixing
business with pleasure -- especially when the sexy widow of a slain, bigtime drug dealer becomes a prime suspect. She makes herself completely
available to Decker for questioning, and many other things as well.
‘Over-The-Hill Gang Rides Again, The
The’’ (1970) - Starring Walter
Brennan and Fred Astaire. Directed by George McGowan. The OverThe-Hill gang is out in the Old West to rescue their friend, the Baltimore
Kid. The Gang encounters old foes, old friends and plenty of new comic
‘Over-The-Hill Gang, The
The’’ (1969) - Starring Pat O’Brien and Walter
Brennan. Directed by Jean Yarbrough. A retired Texas Ranger and his
three aging pals are hired to clean up a lawless town.
‘Overthrow, The
The’’ (1988) - Starring Katia Betancourt and Franklin
Dominguez. Directed by Fabrizio De Angelis. American sportswriter
finds himself caught up in violence and intrigue in Buenos Aires.
‘P.O.W. the Escape
Escape’’ (1986) - Starring David Carradine and Charles
Floyd. Directed by Gideon Amir. Colonel James Cooper leads a group of
American P.O.W.s through the jungle and off to freedom as Saigon falls to
the Viet Cong.
‘Pacific Inferno
Inferno’’ (1979) - Starring Jim Brown and Richard Jaeckel.
Directed by Rolf Bayer. After the fall of the Philippines in World War II, the
Japanese discover that Gen. MacArthur ordered millions of dollars in silver
dumped in Manila Bay in order that it not fall into enemy hands. Among
the prisoners the Japanese have taken are two American navy deep-sea
divers, whom they try to force to dive in search of the sunken treasure.
Paco’’ (1976) - Starring Jose Ferrer and Allen Garfield. Directed by
Robert Vincent Neil. A young boy longs to go to the city and find his
uncle since he is the only family that the boy has.
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‘Painted Hills, The
The’’ (1951) - Starring Paul Kelly and Bruce Cowling.
F. Kress. Lassie outsmarts crooked miners and
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rescues her friends.
‘Pancho Villa
Villa’’ (1973) - Starring Telly Savalas and Clint Walker. Directed
by Eugenio Martin. Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa is double-crossed
in an arms deal, and along with his comrade Scotty, plots a raid on a U.S.
cavalry fort in retaliation.
‘Panda and the Magic Serpent
Serpent’’ (1961) - Starring Marvin Miller (narrator)
and Mariko Miyagi (voice). Directed by Kazuhiko Okabe, Taiji
Yabushita and Robert Tafur. An animated film from Japan for Children,
featuring an enchantress who must search for a way to bring her lover
back to life, with the help of a mob of animated animals.
‘Panic in the City
City’’ (1968) - Starring Howard Duff and Linda Cristal.
Directed by Eddie Davis. A terrorist plans to start World War III by
detonating an atom bomb in Los Angeles. A government agent must
sacrifice himself to save the city.
Pariah’’ (1998) - Starring Damon Jones and Dave Oren Ward. Directed
by Randolph Kret. Inspired by real events close to the director, “Pariah”
tells the story of Steve and Sam, an interracial couple attacked by NeoNazi Skinheads one unexpected night. The brutal attack has a scarring
effect on their lives. Although Steve’s physical bruises heal, Sam’s rape
leads to her subsequent suicide, leaving Steve without direction and bent
on revenge. He decides to go undercover as a skinhead to learn about
these people whose lives have become so entrenched in hate and
violence. Steve must learn to act like them, think like them, and eventually,
to become one of them. With this accomplished, he can then kill them...
‘Passion and Valor
Valor’’ (1983) - Starring Priscilla Presley and Michael
Landon. Directed by Hall Bartlett. John Everingham is an impassioned
journalist/spy. His love of a gorgeous woman gets him kicked out of Laos
by Das Boot a fanatical Russian general who wants her to himself.
Passions’’ (1970) - Starring Jacqueline Bisset and Jim Brown. Directed
by Jerry Paris. Christine Adams leaves her small town in British Columbia
at age 19 to follow her boyfriend to L.A., where he works for a bank. She
soon gets bored and moves to Las Vegas and becomes a showgirl,
eventually slipping into prostitution.
Payback’’ (1988) - Starring Roger Rodd and Michele Burger. Directed
by Addison Randall. A brawny young man uses firepower to avenge
those who have wronged him.
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‘People that Time Forgot, The
The’’ (1977) - Starring Patrick Wayne and
Doug McClure. Directed by Kevin Connor. Based on the novel by Edgar
Rice Burroughs, creator of “Tarzan”. An expedition of scientists and
journalists sets out for the Lost Island of Caprona, to rescue the marooned
Bowen Tyler. There, they discover a world of prehistoric monsters and
primitive, savage tribes people. Taken prisoner, the members of the
expedition are held captive in a city built entirely of human skulls and
perched on the rim of a fiery volcano. A breathtaking story of mystery and
Perfume’’ (1991) - Starring Kathleen Bradley and Cheryl Francis
Harrington. Directed by Roland S. Jefferson. Five beautiful, black
childhood friends join together to conquer the cosmetics industry with their
new perfume, Sassy. But can they resist all the temptations success
brings and keep both their company and their friendship?
‘Peter Cottontail
Cottontail’’ (1971) - Starring Paul Frees (voice) and Joan
Gardener (voice). Directed by Jules Bass and Arthur Rankin Jr. This
animated feature tells the story of a little bunny called Peter Cottontail.
When Peter tries to become the Chief Easter Bunny, he meets his
toughest challenge – a contest with his archival, the bunny-villain Evil
Irontail, to see who can distribute the most eggs on Easter Sunday.
‘Phantom Soldiers
Soldiers’’ (1987) - Starring Max Thayer and Jack Yates.
Directed by Teddy Page. Texas Ranger Daniel Custer leaves fro Vietnam
to find his brother Michael, a Green Beret Lieutenant who has been
reported missing in action. Michael’s squad was searching for a
mysterious group of ‘phantom soldiers’ that has been using US-made
arms for massacring villages and killing unarmed civilians. Daniel goes out
on his own into the jungles of Vietnam to find his brother and stop these
‘Phantom Town
Town’’ (1999) - Starring John Patrick White and Taylor Locke.
Directed by Jeff Burr and George Erschbamer. When a 16-year-old boy
and his two young siblings set off on a quest to find their missing parents,
their search leads them to a ghost town in the middle of the desert. They
soon discover that this is no ordinary tourist spot. In fact, according to the
maps, it doesn’t exist at all. Finding their way into this mysterious place,
the kids must confront the sinister force that dwells beneath it in order to
rescue their parents – and save themselves.
‘Pied Piper of Hamelin
Hamelin’’ (1957) - Starring Van Johnson and Claude
Rains. Directed by Bretaigne Windust. The evergreen classic of the
magical piper who rids a village of rats and then disappears with the
village children into a mountain when the townspeople fail to keep a
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Pigs’’ (1973) - Starring Katherine Ross and Marc Lawrence. Directed by
Marc Lawrence. Lynn Webster is placed in an asylum after she murders
her father in self-defense. She escapes only to fall into the arms of a
country pig farmer who is busy raising a breed of human-eating pigs.
Predictably unsavory consequences ensue when folks from the asylum
come calling.
Pinocchio’’ (1976) - Starring Sandy Duncan and Danny Kaye. Directed
by Ron Field and Sid Smith. Classic Pinocchio story in musical form.
Pirates’’ aka ‘Pirates of the Seven Seas
Seas’’ (1964) - Starring Steve
Reeves and Jacqueline Sassard. Directed by Umberto Lenzi . A
Malaysian rebel, Sandokan, who, with his group of fanatic renegades, tries
to thwart an evil British general from forcing the good king Hassim to
resign in favor of the Imperial crown.
‘Planet of Dinosaurs
Dinosaurs’’ (1978) - Starring James Whitworth and Pamela
Bottaro. Directed by James K. Shea. A space ship gets lost and is forced
to make an emergency landing on an unknown planet. The planet looks
much like earth only with no trace of civilization. Soon the crew discovers
that there are dinosaurs on the planet, and blood-thirsty buggers at that.
The crew hopes to be found and rescued, but they have to struggle to
survive until then.
‘Pod People
People’’ (1983) - Starring Ian Sera and Nina Ferrer. Directed by
Juan Piquer Simon. A little boy who has an extensive array of pets he
likes to call “specimens” finds an alien egg that hatches. The creature
manages to use his snout to suck up peanuts and warp time and space
with his fingers. Unfortunately, the encounters do not end well.
‘Pony Express Rider
Rider’’ (1976) - Starring Stewart Peterson and Henry
Wilcoxon. Directed by Robert Totten. Young man with a mission joins up
with the Pony Express hoping to bag the male responsible for killing his pa.
‘Poor Pretty Eddie
Eddie’’ (1973) - Starring Michael Christian and Jay
Bernstein. Directed by David Worth. A famous black singer with her own
television show encounters car trouble as she is driving through a
backwoods Southern community. She meets up with Eddy, a would-be
Elvis impersonator, who tries to rape her. She incurs the wrath of Eddy’s
older, ex-stripper girlfriend. Soon she finds herself being thrown in jail,
framed for auto theft and put on trail.
‘Portrait of a Showgirl
Showgirl’’ (1982) - Starring Lesley Ann Warren and Rita
Moreno. Directed by Steven Hilliard Stern. The story of three Las Vegas
showgirls, each at a different stage in her career.
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Powderkeg’’ (1971) - Starring Rod Taylor and Dennis Cole. Directed by
Douglas Heyes. A Mexican bandit is about to be executed in the United
States. So his brother takes over a train and holds the passengers as
hostages unless his brother is released.
‘Power, Passion and Murder
Murder’’ (1987) - Starring Michelle Pfeiffer and
Hector Elizondo. Directed by Paul Bogart and Leon Ichaso. A young,
glamorous movie star has an affair with a married man leading to a
murder and the end of her career in 1930’s Hollywood.
‘Pride of Jesse Hallam, The
The’’ (1981) - Starring Johnny Cash and
Brenda Vaccaro. Directed by Gary Nelson. Jesse Hallam is a proud,
hard working family man. The death of his wife forces the family to leave
their country home for the city. There he discovers his worst enemy - his
own illiteracy.
‘Primal Impulse
Impulse’’ (1974) - Starring Klaus Kinski and Florinda Bolkan.
Directed by Luigi Bazzoni and Mario Fanelli. An astronaut, stranded on
the moon because of a sinister experimental double-cross, unleashes a
mental scream, which possesses a young woman’s mind back on earth.
‘Prime Suspect
Suspect’’ (1989) - Starring Tom Bresnhan and Billy Drago.
Directed by Thomas Constantinides and Bruce Kimmel. A man
witnesses the murder of his girlfriend by a masked man carrying a hunting
knife. To add to his grief and shock, he becomes the police’s number one
‘Prisoner in the Middle
Middle’’ (1974) - Starring David Janssen and Karin Dor.
Directed by John O’Connor. A weapons expert is reluctantly sent on a
mission to a middle-east war zone to locate a lost nuclear warhead and
dismantle it before it falls into the wrong hands. But before he can
complete his work, he is taken prisoner and thrust into the conflict, and
finds himself looking out for more than just the warhead.
‘Promise at Dawn
Dawn’’ (1970) - Starring Melina Mercouri and Assi Dayan.
Directed by Jules Dassin. Nina is a successful actress in Soviet silent
cinema who ends her career in order to devote her life to her son, Romain.
But things change when as a young adult during WWII, Romain leaves his
mother to serve in the French Air Force.
‘Promise of Love, The
The’’ (1980) - Starring Valerie Bertinelli and Shelly
Long. Directed by Don Taylor. A woman who gave up college to marry
her Marine boyfriend becomes a widow soon after her husband is sent to
‘Proud and Damned, The
The’’ (1980) - Starring Chuck Connors and Aron
Kincaid. Directed by Ferde Grofe Jr. A group of civil war veterans head
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to South America seeking mercenary work. They end up in a Columbian
village where the mayor welcomes them, at least at first. After awhile they
become a nuisance to the locals, who want them thrown out, but their
presence turns out to be the deciding factor in the survival of the town
during a revolution.
‘Psycho from Texas
Texas’’ (1981) - Starring John King III and Herschel Mays.
Directed by Jack Collins and Jim Feazell. A drifter who finds sporadic
work as a hit man is hired by a businessman to kidnap the local oil baron.
Psychomania’’ (1971) - Starring George Sanders and Beryl Reid.
Directed by Don Sharp. A Gang of young people call themselves the
Living Dead. They terrorize the population from their small town. After an
agreement with the devil, if they kill themselves firmly believing in it, they
will survive and gain eternal life. Following their leader, they commit
suicide the ones after the others, but things don’t necessarily turn out as
expected…Tag Line: Ride with the Living Dead!
Psychotic’’ (1974) - Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Ian Bannen. Directed
by Giuseppe Patroni Griffi. A schizophrenic spinster travels from her
home in London to Rome on a twisted agenda to find a romance with any
man who will agree to murder her.
‘Punch and Jody
Jody’’ (1974) - Starring Glenn Ford and Pam Griffin.
Directed by Barry Shear. As the manager of the circus, Punch is trying to
keep things going. Just when things couldn’t get worse, his teenage
daughter Jody suddenly comes into his life. Punch now has to get the
circus back on its feet and learn how to be a father at the same time.
Puzzle’’ (1978) - Starring James Franciscus and Wendy Hughes.
Directed by Gordon Hessler. Franciscus searches for the urn that
contains the remains of Buddha but instead finds danger and intrigue.
‘Pyx, The
The’’ (1973) - Starring Karen Black and Christopher Plummer.
Directed by Harvey Hart. A detective investigating the death of a heroinaddicted prostitute uncovers evidence pointing to the existence of a
murderous devil cult.
Quackers’’ (1980) - Starring Bill Murray and Howard Hesseman.
Directed by Ira Miller. A collection of vignettes that satirize movie trailers,
teasers and special announcements.
Querelle’’ (1982) - Starring Brad Davis and Franco Nero. Directed by
Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Querelle, a handsome sailor, finds himself
involved in a bewildering environment of murder, drug smuggling, and
homosexuality in the port of Brest.
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‘Rage at Dawn
Dawn’’ (1955) - Starring Randolph Scott and Mala Powers.
Directed by Tim Whelan. Two detectives pose as train robbers to win their
way into the Reno Brothers Gang who are terrorizing the country with
bank robberies.
‘Ramblin Man
Man’’ (1979) - Starring Tom Selleck and Jerry Reed. Directed
by Burt Kennedy. An ex-cowboy and his sidekick travel the highways and
byways of America in search of adventure.
Ransom’’ aka ‘Ground Zero
Zero’’ (1974) - Starring Ron Casteel and Gary
Adams. Directed by James T. Flocker. San Francisco is being held for
ransom. A nuclear device has been planted in the Golden Gate and 40
million dollars will diffuse it.
Ratman’’ (1988) - Starring David Warbeck and Janet Agren. Directed by
Giuliano Carnimeo. A maniac butchers a fashion model on a Caribbean
island and leaves the body to be eaten by rats. The model’s sister
suspects something isn’t quite right with the police investigation and
decides to go snooping on her own. With her friend, Fred, their
investigations lead them to an unknown part of the island where they
discover a monstrosity of a rat like man. Fred kills the creature, but the
true horror of its nature is just beginning...
‘Real American Hero, A’ (1978) - Starring Brian Dennehy and Forrest
Tucker. Directed by Lou Antonio. Made for television story of Tennessee
sheriff Buford Pusser, the subject of three “Walking Tall” films. Here, he
battles moon shiners, with the usual violence.
‘Real Bruce Lee, The
The’’ (1973) - Starring Bruce Lee and Dragon Lee.
Directed by Jim Markovic. Features selections from early Bruce Lee films
“kid Cheung”, “Bad boy”, “Carnival” and “Orphan Ah Sam”. This
documentary also introduces the new sensation Dragon Lee and Bruce Li.
‘Red Sun
Sun’’ (1971) - Starring Charles Bronson and Ursula Andress.
Directed by Terence Young. The Japanese ambassador is traveling
through the Wild West by train when gangsters hold up the train to rob a
gold shipment. They also take an ancient Japanese sword the
ambassador was carrying as a present for the US president. The
ambassador’s bodyguard goes after them with the aid of one of the gang
who was betrayed by his pals.
‘Red Surf
Surf’’ (1990) - Starring George Clooney and Doug Savant. Directed
by H. Gordon Boos. Remar and Attila are a couple of suffers who also
deal drugs to make a living. They are trying to set up a final deal with local
drug lord, Calavera, when their friend True Blue is busted by the cops.
Blue talks too much in the police station and Calavera is out for revenge
because of the betrayal.
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‘Renegade Gun
Gun’’ (1968) - Starring Alex Cord and Arthur Kennedy.
Giraldi. When outlaw Clay McCord learns the
Directed by
Governor of New Mexico has offered an amnesty to all who apply for it at
the town of Tuscosa, he is intrigued but suspicious. Eventually he reaches
Tuscosa where he clashes with the local marshal. The Governor then
arrives and tries to calm the situation knowing that if McCord asks for
amnesty, other outlaws will follow.
‘Resurrection of Zachary Wheeler, The
The’’ (1972) - Starring Angie
Dickinson and Bradford Dillman. Directed by Bob Wynn. A presidential
candidate who narrowly escapes death in an auto crash is brought to a
mysterious clinic. A reporter sneaks into the clinic and discovers the
horrors of cloning.
‘Revenge of the Cheerleaders
Cheerleaders’’ (1976) - Starring Jerii Woods and
Cheryl Smith. Directed by Richard Lerner. The tale of the Aloha
Cheerleaders’ struggle against Lincoln High. High points include such
events as the Aloha girls raiding a Lincoln classroom to get drugs, then
putting aforementioned drugs in the cafeteria food while the state school
inspectors are present.
‘Revenge of the Mercenaries
Mercenaries’’ (1962) (B/W) - Starring Gustavo Rojo and
Barbara Steele. Directed by Sergio Grieco. An evil count and his
mercenaries begin wreaking havoc upon nearby kingdoms.
‘Richard Petty Story
Story’’ (1972) - Starring Richard Petty and Darren
McGavin. Directed by Edward J. Lakso. The biography of racecar driver
Richard Petty and his various achievements on the track, played by
‘Ride a Dark Horse
Horse’’ (1971) - Starring Bill Cosby and Gloria Foster.
Directed by E. W. Swackhamer. A black Civil War veteran encounters
bigotry and prejudice when he tries to set up a homestead in Arizona.
‘Ride in a Pink Car
Car’’ (1974) - Starring John Carroll and Glenn Corbett.
Directed by Robert J. Emery. A man, thought to be dead, returns to his
hometown in Florida. He finds his wife re-married and the town now ruled
by corrupt forces.
‘Ride in the Whirlwind
Whirlwind’’ (1965) - Starring Jack Nicholson and Cameron
Mitchel. Directed by Monte Helmond. Three cowboys who have just
completed a grueling cattle drive are mistaken as members of a robbery
gang by a posse hot on their trail.
‘Rider on the Rain
Rain’’ (1969) - Starring Marlene Jobert and Charles
Bronson. Directed by Rene Clement. A beautiful young woman in the
South of France is stalked and raped by a mysterious masked assailant.
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After she shoots him and dumps his corpse in the sea, an American
investigator turns up, and to her horror seems to know everything about
what she has done.
‘Right of the People
People’’ (1986) - Starring Michael Ontkean and Jane
Kaczmarek. Directed by Jeffrey Bloom. After a horrific shooting incident,
a small town votes to allow a mass arming of the citizenry.
‘Ring of Darkness
Darkness’’ (1979) - Starring Anne Heywood and John Phillip
Law. Directed by Pier Carpi. Two young Greek fugitives pool their
fortunes in search of the gold at the end of the rainbow.
‘Rip off
off’’ (1977) - Starring Michael Benet and Barbara Bourbon.
Directed by Manolis Tsasos. Two young Greek fugitives pool their
fortunes in search of the gold at the end of the rainbow.
‘Ripped Off
Off’’ (1971) - Starring Ernest Borgnine and Tomas Milian.
Directed by Franco Prosperi. An innocent boxer is framed for the murder
of his crooked manager. He must clear himself or face imprisonment.
‘River of Death
Death’’ (1989) - Starring Michael Dudikoff and Robert Vaughn.
Directed by Steve Carver. An adventurer decides to go in search of a lost
city in the Amazon jungle, and is joined by a motley crew of other people
with reasons of their own. But to their horror, instead of treasure, they find
a Nazi doctor occupying the lost city who is still doing his experiments on
Roboman’’ (1973) - Starring Elliott Gould and Trevor Howard. Directed
by Jack Gold. A scientist disappears and then reappears with a
reconstructed face. An FBI agent investigates to discover the reason for
the change.
‘Rogue Male
Male’’ (1976) - Starring Peter O’Toole and John Standing.
Directed by Clive Donner. TV movie finds ‘30s British aristocrat O’Toole
plotting to assassinate Hitler. When his plan fails, he’s on the run from
both the Gestapo and the British police.
‘Romance of a Horse Thief
Thief’’ (1971) - Starring Yul Brynner and Eli
Wallach. Directed by Abraham Polonsky. In 1904 Poland, a Cossack
captain takes horses for the Russo-Japanese war. The residents of the
town rise up, goaded on by Birkin.
Rommel’’s Revenge
Revenge’’ (1967) - Starring Ken Clark and Horst Frank.
Directed by Umberto Lenzi . When the Allies appear to be winning WWII,
the Nazis devise a plan to eliminate all of the opposing forces’ leaders at
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‘Rose and the Sword, The
The’’ (1985) - Starring Rutger Hauer and Jennifer
Jason Leigh. Directed by Paul Verhoeven. A band of medieval
mercenaries take revenge on a noble lord who decides not to pay them by
kidnapping the betrothed of the noble’s son. As the plague and warfare cut
a swathe of destruction throughout the land, the mercenaries hole up in a
castle and await their fate.
‘Rough Rider
Rider’’ (1977) - Starring Leif Garrett and Milo O’Shea. Directed
by Michael O’Herlihy. A teenage boy gets a job as a Pony Express rider
in the Nebraska Territory just before the Civil War breaks out.
‘Royal Hunt of the Sun
Sun’’ (1969) - Starring Robert Shaw and Christopher
Plummer. Directed by Irving Lerner. The Spanish explorer Pizarro
captures the Inca god-chief Atahualpa and promises to free him upon the
deliverance of a horde of gold. But Pizarro finds himself torn between his
desire for conquest and his sense of honor after friendship and respect
develops between captive and captor.
Ruby’’s Dream
Dream’’ (1982) - Starring Joe Pesci and Ed O’Ross. Directed by
Peter Lillienthal. Ruby, owner of a bowling alley in New Jersey, aspires
to become nightclub singer and sets his sites on making it big in Las
Vegas. But Ruby finds more than he gambled for an in the end is a much
better man for it.
‘Rules of the Game, The
The’’ (1939) - Starring Nora Gregor and Paulette
Dubost. Directed by Jean Renoir. Renoir’s masterpiece, in which a group
of French aristocrats, gathering for a weekend of decadence and selfindulgence just before WWII, becomes a metaphor for human folly under
‘Rumble in Hong Kong
Kong’’ (1974) - Starring Jackie Chan and Qiu Yuen.
Directed by Hdeng Tsu. In the movie, Jackie attempts to recover a stolen
purse containing damaging evidence against a major crime family.
‘Run, Simon, Run
Run’’ (1970) - Starring Burt Reynolds and Inger Stevens.
Directed by George McCowan. A Papago Indian returns to his
reservation after a prison term and searches for his brother’s killer.
‘Running Brave
Brave’’ (1983) - Starring Robby Benson and Pat Hingle.
Directed by D.S. Everett and Donald Shebib. The story of Billy Mills, an
American Indian that came from obscurity to win the ten thousand meter
foot race at the Tokyo Olympics.
‘Ruthless Four, The
The’’ (1968) - Starring Gilbert Roland and Klaus Kinski.
Directed by Giorgio Capitani. A loner who has finally struck it rich in the
Nevada desert needs to resolve an old feud and trust an old enemy in
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order to get his gold out…an old enemy who would take his gold…and his
‘Sailcloth Shroud
Shroud’’ (1975) - Starring Dorothy Malone and Keenan Wynn.
Directed by Robert Arkless. During his investigation of several deaths, a
man discovers that all of the deceased were actually the same man. It
seems the deaths were part of an intricate scheme to cover up a million
dollar heist.
‘Sandy the Seal
Seal’’ (1969) - Starring Heinz Drache and Marianne Koch.
Directed by Robert Lynn. In this children’s drama, a loving lighthouse
keeper finds a stray seal and brings it home for his children to raise.
Meanwhile, the kids try to run heartless poachers out of town.
‘Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
Martians’’ (1964) - Starring John Call and
Leonard Hicks. Directed by Nicholas Webster. The Martians kidnap
Santa because there is nobody on Mars to give their children presents.
Santee’’ (1973) - Starring Glenn Ford and Michael Burns. Directed by
Gary Nelson. A bounty hunter takes in the son of a man he killed.
Satan’’s School for Girls
Girls’’ (1973) - Starring Pamela Franklin and Kate
Jackson. Directed by David Lowell Rich. A young woman investigating
her sister’s suicide at a private girls’ school finds herself battling a satanic
‘Satanic Mechanic
Mechanic’’ (1976) - Starring Lee Van Cleef and Carmen G.
Cervera. Directed by Mario Siciliano. Lee Van Cleef stars as a worldweary Mafia hit man who is double-crossed by his girl, set up by his best
friend, and hunted by another hired assassin.
‘Savage Abduction
Abduction’’ (1973) - Starring Bill Barney and Tom Drake.
Directed by John Lawrence. Two girls visiting Los Angeles are kidnapped
by a bizarre man.
‘Savage Attack
Attack’’ (1986) - Starring Bo Svenson and Peter Hooten.
Directed by Tonino Valerii. A group of weary soldiers in Vietnam are
trapped behind enemy lines, with no way out. With no help on the way, it’s
only a matter of time, and these soldiers intend to die fighting.
‘Savage Dawn
Dawn’’ (1985) - Starring George Kennedy and William
Forsythe. Directed by Simon Nuchtern. In a desert town, a pair of
combat-hardened vets is confronted by a vicious motorcycle gang.
‘Savage Justice
Justice’’ (1988) - Starring Julia Montgomery and Steven
Memel. Directed by Joey Romero. A young woman seeks revenge
against leftist rebels in a Southeast Asian country who killed her parents
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and raped her. She teams up with an ex-Green beret, and they fight and
love their way through the jungle.
‘Savage Pampas’ (1966) - Starring Robert Taylor and Ron Randell.
Directed by Hugo Fregonese. Wagon master Taylor drives a shipment of
prostitutes through the wilderness of Argentina to an encampment of very
lonely men.
‘Savage Sisters
Sisters’’ (1974) - Starring Gloria Hendry and Cheri Caffaro.
Directed by Eddie Romero. A corrupt general plans on smuggling one
million dollars out of the Banana Republic he controls. Local
revolutionaries plan on stealing the cash but are thwarted when a bandit
leader they are working with double crosses them. A touch cop and her
boyfriend help two of the female revolutionaries escape from prison
hoping that they will lead them to the cash, which they want for
‘Savage Weekend
Weekend’’ (1979) - Starring Christopher Allport and Jim Doerr.
Directed by David Paulsen. A killer behind a ghoulish mask stalks human
Savior’’ aka ‘Alien Warrior
Warrior’’ (1985) - Starring Brett Baxter Clark and
Pamela Saunders. Directed by Ed Hunt. An extraterrestrial fights a street
pimp to save a crime-ridden Earth neighborhood. Low-brain rip-off of
Scalps’’ (1983) - Starring Jo-Ann Robinson and Richard Alan Hench.
Directed by Fred Olen Ray. A group of college students who have
unwittingly unleashed an evil curse after digging in some ancient Indian
burial ground.
‘Scandal Sheet
Sheet’’ (1985) - Starring Burt Lancaster and Lauren Hutton.
Directed by David Lowell Rich. The publisher of a celebrity gossip tabloid
sets out to destroy an aging actor, whose career is foundering and who is
also facing a battle with alcoholism.
‘Scared to Death
Death’’ (1981) - Starring John Stinson and Jonathan David
Moses. Directed by William Malone. From a Slab in the morgue, a dead
young woman tells the bizarre tale of how she got there, through a maze
of murder involving a hypnotist, a midget and a mysterious figure in a blue
‘School Girl Killer
Killer’’ (1968) - Starring Michael Rennie and Mark Damon.
Directed by Antonio Margheritti. Michael Rennie investigates a series of
crimes taking place in a prestigious girl’s boarding school. Women are
murdered in showers, thrown into pits of quicklime, and terrorized in
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‘Scott of the Antarctic
Antarctic’’ (1948) - Starring John Mills and Diana Churchill.
Frend. The true story of the British explorer Robert F.
Directed by
Scott and his ill-fated expedition to be first man to discover the South Pole
– only to find that the murderously cold weather and a rival team of
Norwegian explorers conspire against him.
‘Scream in the Night
Night’’ (1954) - Starring Frankie Howerd and Margaret
Rutherford. Directed by Val Guest. When heavy fog prevents all aircraft
from leaving London airport, a group of passengers take an airline bus to
get them to an alternative airport, little realizing that delay is the least of
their problems.
‘Scream of the Wolf
Wolf’’ (1974) - Starring Peter Graves and Clint Walker.
Directed by Dan Curtis. A big-game hunter comes out of retirement to
help track down a killer wolf, and begins to suspect that it isn’t a wolf but
an animal that can take human form.
‘Second Coming of Suzanne, The
The’’ (1980) - Starring Sondra Locke and
Richard Dreyfuss. Directed by Michael Barry. A beautiful woman
encounters a Manson-like film director obsessed with creating his vision of
Christ as a woman. Set in San Francisco, winner of several international
film awards.
‘Secret Love
Love’’ aka ‘The Fox
Fox’’ (1968) - Starring Sandy Dennis and Anne
Heywood. Directed by Mark Rydell. Follows the lonely lives of two female
lovers who have sequestered themselves away in an isolated farmhouse
in Canada. Trouble begins when one of them begins secretly yearning for
a man. When Paul Renfield won’t get out of their lives the relationships
between the three become unstable.
‘Secret of Dorian Gray
Gray’’ (1970) - Starring Helmut Berger and Herbert
Lom. Directed by Massimo Dellamano. A young man possesses a
magical portrait of himself that protects him against the effects of aging.
‘Sellout, The
The’’ (1976) - Starring Oliver Reed and Richard Widmark.
Directed by Peter Collinson. In this action-packed spy drama, a retired
CIA agent reluctantly returns to espionage at the request of his
treacherous student, who messed up and went to the Soviet side. Now the
agent wants out, causing both the US and the USSR to send out their best
hit men to get him.
Seniors’’ (1978) - Starring Jeffrey Byron and Gary Imhoff. Directed by
Rodney Amateau. Four students are about to graduate from college but
are terrified of the prospect of actually having to work hard for a living.
They come up with a plan to support themselves as graduate research
students by getting a foundation grant to study sexuality in college-age
women. But despite their success at getting paid to bed down pretty girls,
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the workload becomes too great, so they open the “study” to businessmen
who pay to participate.
Seven’’ (1979) - Starring William Smith and John Alderman. Directed
by Andy Sidaris. A government agent discovers a plot by a cartel of
seven gangsters to take over the state of Hawaii. He hires a team of
seven hitmen to stop them.
‘Seven Alone
Alone’’ (1974) - Starring Dewey Martin and Aldo Ray. Directed
by Earl Bellamy. Based on a true story set in 1843 of the seven Sager
children, whose parents die while the family was en route from Missouri to
a new home in Oregon. Despite hardship, deprivation, and numerous
obstacles, the seven children persevere in their parents’ goal to follow the
pioneer trail and reach the West.
Shalimar’’ (1978) - Starring Rex Harrison and John Saxon. Directed by
Krishna Shah. Sir John Locksley, the greatest jewel thief in the world,
invites several rival thieves to his island estate. He explains that he is
dying, and he wants his greatest treasure, the Shalimar Ruby, to go to a
worthy successor…so he challenges his guests to prove their skills by
stealing it from him. The reward for success is incalculable…but the price
for failure is death.
‘Shame of the Jungle
Jungle’’ (1975) - Starring Bernard Dheran (voice) and
Georges Aminel (voice). Directed by Picha and Boris Szulzinger. A
cartoon spoof of Tarzan films with voices provided by some of the cast
from “Saturday Night Live” in which the jungle denizens comically deal
with modern sexual problems.
‘Shaolin-the Blood Mission
Mission’’ (1984) - Starring Jang Lee Hwang and
Kuk-myeong Son. Directed by Woo-sang Park. Three students of
Chinese Kung-Fu are drawn into a web of deceit and death at the hand of
the Manchu’s Governor who is a totally corrupt and evil official. The monks
of the Shaolin Temple are sympathetic to the rebels...and anyone who
happens to get in the way will be dealt with.
Shard’’ aka ‘Boogeyman II
II’’ (1983) - Starring Suzanna Love and Ulli
Lommel. Directed by Bruce Starr and Ulli Lommel. A psychiatrist must
help a young woman, Lacey, face the truth about the grotesque and brutal
deaths of her friends and family. Seeking a new start, Lacey moves to
Hollywood, where a producer plans to turn her terrifying life story into a
movie. However, shards of a shattered mirror that “witnesses” the
shocking murders continue to haunt her!
Shark!’’ (1969) - Starring Burt Reynolds and Arthur Kennedy. Directed
by Samuel Fuller. An American gun smuggler stranded in the Middle east
takes a job as a crew member aboard a marine biologist’s boat. He soon
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discovers that the boat’s owner is really after sunken gold, and encounters
additional difficulties when attacked by a large shark.
‘Shattered Silence
Silence’’ (1972) - Starring Ben Gazzara and Elizabeth Ashley.
Directed by Philip Leacock. Helen keeps on receiving phone calls from a
child, who claims that he is her nephew Michael even though Michael died
15 years ago. Michael bitterly scolds various acquaintances that proceed
to die in suspicious accidents. Soon Helen fears that she may be the next
‘She Came to the Valley
Valley’’ (1979) - Starring Ronee Blakley and Dean
Stockwell. Directed by Alber Band. Ronee Blakley stars as Willie, a
strong-willed pioneer woman who settles near the Texas-Mexico border
during the time of Pancho Villa, where she becomes involved in a tense
political battle between rival factions.
‘Shinbone Alley
Alley’’ (1971) - Starring Eddie Bracken (voice) and Carol
Channing (voice). Directed by John D. Wilson. Animated musical about
Archy, a free-verse poet reincarnated as a cockroach, and Mehitabel, the
alley cat with a zest for life.
‘Shogun Ninja
Ninja’’ (1980) - Starring Sonny Chiba and Hiroyuki Sanada.
Directed by Norifumi Suzuki. In the middle of the 16th century, Hideyoshi,
a power hungry warlord sets out to destroy the Momochi clan. He sends
his war commander in search of the clan’s hidden gold only to find that
two daggers are the key to the hiding place of the treasured gold.
Spanning decades, the quest for the missing daggers takes Shiranui
through war and ancient tradition.
Shootout’’ aka ‘My Name is Nobody
Nobody’’ (1973) - Starring Terence Hill and
Henry Fonda. Directed by Tonino Valerii and Sergio Leone. A young,
easygoing gunman worships and competes with an old gunfighter who
only wants to retire.
‘Shout at the Devil
Devil’’ (1976) - Starring Lee Marvin and Roger Moore.
Directed by Peter Hunt. During World War I, an English poacher, an
American adventurer, and his attractive young daughter set out to destroy
a German battle-cruiser awaiting repairs in an inlet just off Zanzibar.
‘Shriek in the Night, A’ (1951) - Starring Ginger Rogers and Lyle Talbot.
Directed by Albert Ray. Ginger Rogers and Lyle Talbot are rival
newspaper reporters always trying to out-scoop each other. They join
together in order to solve a series of murders being committed in an
apartment building.
‘Shrunken City, The
The’’ (1998) - Starring Dan Astileanu and Mihai
Baranga. Directed by Ted Nicolaou. Two teenagers discover a miniature
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bottled city buried beneath a construction site. They must protect the tiny
civilization within from reptilian alien hunters who are after the city’s
endless power supply.
Siege!’’ (1983) - Starring Tom Nardini and Brenda Bazinet. Directed by
Paul Donovan and Maura O’Connell. The Siege gets under way with an
attack on a Canadian gay bar by a neo-fascist group called “The New
Order.” One of the patron’s escapes, and the New Order goes after him,
killing everyone who gets in their way. When the right-wing thugs come
back to the bar and try to take over the building, the patrons form a united
front and a bloody battle ensues. And where are the cops during all this?
They’re on strike, and considering the violence infecting this remote Nova
Scotia community, one can hardly blame the police for their “blue flu”.
‘Silent Night, Bloody Night
Night’’ (1973) - Starring Patrick O’Neal and James
Patterson. Directed by Theodore Gershuny. A man inherits a mansion,
which once was a mental home. He visits the place and begins to
investigate some crimes that happened in old times, scaring the people
living in the region.
‘Simon Bolivar
Bolivar’’ (1969) - Starring Maximilian Schell and Rosanna
Schiaffino. Directed by Alessandro Blasetti. During 1817-1823 the
people of Venezuela fight for their independence against the Spanish
colonial army, led by General Boliviar, who manages to unify the rebel
parties despite their differences in descent and reace.
‘Sinai Commandos
Commandos’’ (1968) - Starring Robert Fuller and John Hudson.
Directed by Raphael Nussbaum. The story of a group of commandos in
the Israeli Six-Day War in 1967 who are assigned to destroy important
Arab radar installations.
‘Single Bars, Single Women
Women’’ (1984) - Starring Tony Danza and Paul
Michael Glaser. Directed by Harry Winer. Lonely people gather in a local
pickup joint and share their miseries and hopes.
Sinner’’s Blood
Blood’’ (1970) - Starring Stephen Jacques and Nanci Sheldon.
Directed by Neil Douglas. Bikers terrorize and torture a small town.
‘Sister Street Fighter
Fighter’’ (1976) - starring Sue Shihomi and Sonny Chiba.
Yamaguchi. Action star Sonny Chiba takes a rest
Directed by
from his “Street Fighter” series in favor of protégé Long, who’s determined
to deliver her own brand of deadly justice in this material arts fest.
‘Sisters of Death
Death’’ (1977) - Starring Arthur Franz and Claudia Jennings.
Directed by Joseph Mazzuca. Five members of a sorority gather together
for a reunion in a remote California town. Little do they know, a
psychopath is stalking them, one by one.
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‘Sitting Bull
Bull’’ (1954) - Starring Dale Robertson and Mary Murphy.
Directed by Sidney Salkow. Chief Sitting Bull of the Sioux tribe is forced
by the Indian-hating General Custer to react with violence, resulting in his
famous Last Stand at Little Bighorn. Parrish, a friend to the Sioux, tires to
prevent the bloodshed, but is court-martialed for collaborating with the
enemy. Sitting Bull, however, manages to intercede with President Grant
on Parrish’s behalf.
Sixteen’’ (1973) - Starring Sian Barbara Allen and Parley Baer. Directed
by Lawrence Dobkin. An attractive young girl leading a life of rural
tranquility is exposed to the garish “real world” when a highway and
county fair suddenly intrude upon her quiet existence and her first
experience with love is transformed into a degrading circus act.
Slaughter’’ (1976) - Starring David McCallum and Sandra McCabe.
Directed by Burt Brinckerhoff. On the quiet campus of the remotelylocated South Western University, something strange is happening. All of
the dogs in the area, once loyal, gentle pets, are now banding together in
wild packs and hunting down their former masters. Could the strange
transformation have anything to do with the secret government
experiments being conducted in the school’s physics laboratory? More
importantly, can the dogs be stopped before it’s too late?
‘Slaughter in San Francisco
Francisco’’ (1974) - Starring Chuck Norris and Don
Wong. Directed by William Lowe. Police officer Don Wong, trained in
martial arts, runs afoul of a syndicated crime boss who is merciless in
ruling his illicit domain. When a close friend of his is ambushed, Wong
becomes relentless in settling the score.
‘Slipping into Darkness
Darkness’’ (1978) - Starring Beverly Ross and Laszlo
Papas. Directed by Richard Cassidy. A beautiful young tenant in his
mother’s boarding house obsesses a lonely, mother-dominated man.
‘Snare, The
The’’ (1967) - Starring Alain Delon and Francois Perier. Directed
by Jean-Pierre Melville. A professional killer, Jeff Costello, executes a
nightclub owner on orders from the mob. He is caught in a police dragnet
and arrested, but witnesses fail to identify him. Costello is released by the
police, but remains their prime suspect. The mob, hearing of his arrest,
fear being involved and order him silenced before he can talk. Using
information supplied by his girlfriend, he kills the hit man sent after him.
Ultimately, the police corner him in a crowed nightclub where he is killed in
a bloody gun battle.
Snowblind’’ (1978) - Starring Howard Duff and Don Johnson. Directed
by William Ward. A sports promoter tries to play matchmaker for a pair of
ski champions, resulting in their being trapped in a derailed ski-lift car,
along with a gangster and a hitman.
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‘Snows of Kilimanjaro, The
The’’ (1952) - Starring Greory Peck and Susan
Hayward. Directed by Henry King. As writer Harry Street lies gravely
wounded from an African hunting accident, he feverishly reflects on what
he perceives as his failures at love and writing. Through his delirium he
recalls his one true love, Cynthia Green, who he lost due to his obsession
for roaming the world in search of stories for his novels. His neglected wife,
Helen, tends to his wounds and listens to his ranting, and tries to restore
in him the will to fight his illness until help arrives. Her devotion to him
makes him finally realize that he is not a failure and he regains his will to
‘Soldiers of Fortune
Fortune’’ (1970) - Starring Charles Bronson and Tony
Curtis. Directed by Peter Collinson. As the Ottoman Empire collapses
throughout Turkey in 1922, a number of adventurers from all over the
world sign on to protect the locals from thieves and marauders--for a hefty
price. Two such mercenaries are Adam Dyer (Tony Curtis) and Josh
Corey (Charles Bronson), who are hired by provincial Turkish governor
Osman Bey (Gregoire Aslan). Adam and Josh are expected to protect
their boss’ gold shipment, and to provide safe conduct for Osman Bey’s
three daughters. Along the way, our “heroes” decide to forget their mission
and abscond with the gold, but their plans are foiled by their own inherent
ineptitude--and by the bothersome interference of duplicitous Colonel Elci
(Fikret Hakan).
‘Someone Behind the Door
Door’’ (1971) - Starring Charles Bronson and
Anthony Perkins. Directed by Nicolas Gessner. A neurosurgeon with a
cheating wife takes an amnesiac into his home and conditions him to
believe that the cheating wife is his own and that he must take the
“appropriate” action.
‘Somewhere in Time
Time’’ (1980) - Starring Christopher Reeve and Jane
Seymour. Directed by Jeannot Szwarc. A young writer sacrifices his life
in the present to find happiness in the past, where true love awaits him.
‘Sound of Murder, The
The’’ (1975) - Starring Luc Merenda and Delia
Boccardo. Directed by Sergio Martino. A hard-nosed police inspector
tries to find the link between a crime and a series of suicides in this Italian
crime action film.
‘South Bronx Heroes
Heroes’’ (1985) - Starring Brendan Ward and Melissa
Esposito. Directed by William Szarka. When two children escape with
evidence that their foster home is actually the headquarters of a
pornography king, they enlist the aid of an unconventional lawman to
capture the porno king and his accomplices.
‘South Riding
Riding’’ aka ‘Escape from El Diablo
Diablo’’ (1983) - Starring Timothy
Van Patten and Jimmy McNichol. Directed by Gordon Hessler. A young
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American is framed and thrown into a Mexican prison. His friends journey
to Mexico to break him out.
‘Spaghetti Western
Western’’ (1977) - Starring Franco Nero and Sterling Hayden.
Directed by Enzo G. Castellari. The Super Oil Co. reduces Paradise, a
once happy, Texas town, to misery. Those farmers who refuse to sell their
land become the victims of strange “accidents”. One by one they sell.
Finally, only Onion’s land is left. A glutton for punishment, Onion joins
forces with Pulitzer, the town’s newspaper editor, to investigate the murder
of a farmer. They capture Stinky, the killer. However, the corrupt Sheriff
kills Stinky with Onion’s gun and arrests him and Pulitzer for Stinky’s
murder. At the inevitable “shoot-out” the townspeople come to Onion’s and
Pulitzer’s rescue with pitchforks and spades to defeat the Sheriff.
Victorious, the town celebrates by blowing up each and every oil well.
‘Special Delivery
Delivery’’ (1976) - Starring Bo Svenson and Cybill Shepherd.
Directed by Paul Wendkos. Three unemployed Vietnam veterans decide
to rob a bank but their getaway plans to awry. Svenson, the only robber
who escapes, stashes the cash in a mailbox only to have it discovered by
nutty artist, Shepherd, and crooked barkeep Gwynne.
‘Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Robert Walker Jr.
and Cesar Romero. Directed by Mohy Quandour. Poe’s fiancé, Lenore,
falls into a coma and is taken for dead. She is rescued at the last possible
moment from being buried alive, but the experience has driven her insane.
On the advice of his friend, Dr. Forrest, Poe commits Lenore to the asylum
run by Dr. Grimaldi. On a visit to the asylum, Poe and Forrest sense that
something strange is going on, and decide to sneak back in after dark and
Speedtrap’’ (1977) - Starring Joe Don Baker and Tyne Daly. Directed by
Earl Bellamy. After a wave of unsolved car thefts, an insurance company
calls in private investigator Peter Nobeck to solve the case. While the chief
of police isn’t thrilled about having an outsider come and interfere with his
investigation, one of the police officers is a former girlfriend of Nobeck’s
who is more than willing to help him out in any way she can.
‘Spirit of the Season
Season’’ (1994) - Starring Jim Birdsall and Ernest
Borgnine. Directed by Steve Searcy. Ernest Borgnine narrates two
original Christmas Stories. In one story, a band of thieves learn about the
true meaning of Christmas; the second story, a young boy witnesses a
miracle in Bethlehem.
‘Spurs of Death
Death’’ (1983) - Starring Vincent Van Patten and Kristine
DeBell. Directed by Brice Mack. Stroke and his son Wyatt take their prize
roosters to a cockfight, only to find that deceit and cheating by a
competitor has forced them to lose their winnings. On the way, Wyatt
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learns about love from a runaway hooker and that maybe the “cocker”
trade is not right for him.
Squares’’ (1972) - Starring Andrew Prine and Gilmer McCormick.
Directed by Patrick J. Murphy. A mixed match romantic movie featuring a
hard luck rodeo rider and a Vasser College dropout who picks him up
along the way.
‘Squeeze, The
The’’ (1978) - Starring Lee Van Cleef and Karen Black.
Directed by Antonio Margheriti. A retired safe cracker is recruited by a
young con man to return to the business for a million dollar heist. Violence,
betrayal and sudden death await them as their just reward.
‘SS Escape
Escape’’ (1970) - Starring Brian Keith and Helmut Griem. Directed
by Lamont Johnson. A captured German U-Boat commander and 600
prisoners plan a daring escape from a POW camp in Scotland. A British
intelligence officer tries to uncover the plot and break the commander’s
hold on the camp.
‘Star is Born, A’ (1937) - Starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March.
Directed by William A. Wellman and Jack Conway. A movie star
declining in popularity marries a shy girl and helps her become a star. Her
fame eclipses his and tragic consequences follow. Shows Hollywoodbehind-the-scenes machinations. Stunning ending is based on the real-life
tragedy of silent film star Wallace Reid, who died of a morphine overdose
in 1923 at age 31.
‘Star Knight
Knight’’ (1985) - Starring Klaus Kinski and Harvey Keitel. Directed
by Fernando Colomo. A spaceship lands near a European castle and the
local princess falls for one of the visitors -- much to her daddy’s dismay.
‘Starbird and Sweet William
William’’ (1973) - Starring A. Martinez and Louise
Lewis. Directed by Jack B. Hively. After leaving his native reservation to
begin anew, an Indian is stranded in the wilderness when his plane
Starhops’’ (1978) - Starring Dorothy Buhrman and Jillian Kesner.
Directed by Barbara Peters. Three carhops try to help save a falling
drive-in theater.
‘Stepdaughter, The
The’’ (1972) - Starring Monie Ellis and Chris Hubbell.
Directed by William W. Wall. As a young girl, Penny Crane falls in love
with a ski instructor named Chris. Penny’s stepmother becomes jealous of
the relationship and insists it be ended immediately. When Penny finds out
she is pregnant, Chris decides to marry her, but is killed in an accident on
the way to the airport.
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‘Storm Rider
Rider’’ (1972) - Starring Lee Van Cleef and Horst Frank. Directed
Santi. Van Cleef plays a lawman that gets embroiled in a
dispute between two families. Philip Vermeer is wrongfully accused of
murdering the patriarch of the Saxon family as revenge for questionable
deaths in his own family. Just as he is about to be lynched, the sheriff
rides into town to investigate the charges flying back and forth. His
overriding sense of justice finally leads him to challenge the true villains to
a final duel.
‘Strait Jacket
Jacket’’ (1982) - Starring Cory Clark and Bobby Holt. Directed by
Martin Green. A woman with psychic visions and an alcoholic past moves
into a house where the previous occupant was mysteriously decapitated,
and soon suspects she’s looking into her own future.
‘Stranded in Space
Space’’ aka ‘The Stranger
Stranger’’ (1973) - Starring Glenn Corbett
and Cameron Mitchell. Directed by Lee H. Katzin. Corbett crash-lands
on a planet an awful lot like Earth--and must stay on the run.
‘Strange Vengeance of Rosalie, The
The’’ (1972) - Starring Bonnie Bedelia
and Ken Howard. Directed by Jack Starrett. A traveling salesman is
lured by a precious teenage girl into her shack in the desert for some
sexual escapades. However, a sleazy biker happens by and becomes a
third wheel as they both find themselves dominated and tormented by him.
‘Strangeness, The
The’’ (1985) - Starring Dan Lunham and Terri Berland.
Michael Hillman. A group of explorers surveying an
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abandoned goldmine are trapped in a cave, and find themselves at the
mercy of a slimy, mysterious creature.
‘Stranger on My Land
Land’’ (1988) - Starring Tommy Lee Jones and
Richard Anderson. Directed by Larry Elikann. A Vietnam veteran has to
fight peacefully with words once more when the Air Force wants to
expropriate his ranch for the construction of an air base.
Streamers’’ (1983) - Starring Matthew Modine and Michael Wright.
Directed by Robert Altman. Six young soldiers in a claustrophobic army
barracks tensely await the orders that will send them to Vietnam.
‘Street Drugs
Drugs’’ aka ‘Scream Free
Free’’ (1969) - Starring Richard Beymer and
Russ Tamblyn. Directed by Bill Brame and John Lawrence.
‘Street Fighter, The
The’’ (1974) - Starring Sonny Chiba and Gerald Yamata.
Directed by Sakae Ozawa. Fast-paced martial arts action finds freelance
fighter Terry Tsuguri (Chiba) hired to spring a convicted killer from prison.
But after he succeeds, his employers renege on their payment.
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‘Studs Lonigan
Lonigan’’ (1960) - Starring Frank Gorshin and Jack Nicholson.
Directed by Irving Lerner. A series of difficult experiences eventually
shatters the bloated self-image of a promiscuous, willful young man living
in Chicago during the 1920’s.
Stuntwoman’’ (1977) - Starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Raquel
Welch. Directed by Claude Zidi. Raquel Welch stars as Jane Gardner, an
ace stuntwoman. Her male counterpart Mike Gouche, played by Jean Paul
Belmondo. They are a much-in-demand stunt team, their on-again and
off-again romance complicated by their screen success. It seems that
every time they try to get married, a crashing automobile, a high-flying
aerial feat or a death-defying stunt prevents them from consummating
their marriage plans.
Stunts’’ (1977) - Starring Robert Forester and Fiona Lewis. Directed by
Mark L. Lester. After a stunt man dies while he is involved in the making
of a motion picture, his brother takes his place in order to find out what
really happened.
Subterfuge’’ (1969) - Starring Gene Barry and Joan Collins. Directed by
Peter Graham Scott. When a special American security agent goes to
England for a “Vacation,” his presence causes speculation and poses
several serious questions for both British Intelligence and the underworld.
Subway’’ (1985) - Starring Isabelle Adjani and Christopher Lambert.
Directed by Luc Besson. Surreal, MTV-esque vision of French fringe life
from the director of “Le Dernier Combat.” A spike-haired renegade
escapes the law by plunging into the Parisian subway system. Once there,
he encounters a bizarre subculture living under the city.
Suddenly’’ (1954) (B/W) - Starring Frank Sinatra and Sterling Hayden.
Directed by Lewis Allen. The tranquility of a small town is marred only by
sheriff Tod Shaw’s unsuccessful courtship of widow Ellen Benson, a
pacifist who can’t abide guns and those who use them. But violence
descends on Ellen’s household willy-nilly when the US President passes
through town…and slightly psycho hired assassin John Baron finds the
Benson home ideal for an ambush.
‘Summer City
City’’ (1977) - Starring Mel Gibson and Phillip Avalon.
Directed by Christopher Fraser. A quartet of boys leaves Sydney and
heads out for a weekend of surfing and adventure, which takes a serious
turn when they find themselves involved in a murder.
‘Summer School Teachers
Teachers’’ (1975) - Starring Candice Rialson and Pat
Anderson. Directed by Barbara Peters. Three sultry femmes bounce
about Los Angeles high school and make the collective student body
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Summerdog’’ (1977) - Starring James Congdon and Tavia Zabriskie.
Directed by John Clayton. Vacationers rescue a cheerful, lovable mutt
named Hobo, who in turn saves them from numerous perils.
‘Sundowners, The
The’’ (1960) - Staring Deborah Kerr and Robert Mitchum.
Directed by Fred Zinnemann. Paddy, Ida and Sean Carmody are sheepdrivers in the Australian outback, always on the move. Ida and Sean want
to settle down and buy a farm but Paddy wants to keep moving. A sheepshearing contest, the birth of a child, drinking, gambling, and a racehorse
will all have a part in the final decision.
‘Survival Run
Run’’ (1980) - Starring Peter Graves and Ray Milland. Directed
by Larry Spiegel. Six California teenagers become stranded in the
Mexican desert, where they witness Graves and Milland making a shady
‘Swamp Diamonds
Diamonds’’ (1969) - Starring Beverly Garland and Carole
Mathews. Directed by Roger Corman. Four escaped women convicts,
known as the “Nardo Gang,” chase after a stash of diamonds.
‘Swamp Thing
Thing’’ (1982) - Starring Louis Jourdan and Adrienne Barbeau.
Directed by Wes Craven. Dr. Alec Holland, hidden away in the depths of a
murky swamp, is trying to create a new species – a combination of animal
and plant capable of adapting and thriving in the harshest conditions.
Unfortunately, he becomes a subject of his own creation and is
‘Sweet Bird of Youth
Youth’’ (1989) - Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Mark
Harmon. Directed by Nicolas Roeg. Based on Tennessee Williams’ play,
this movie tells us the story of an obsession that reaches the melting point
in the heart of the South as the passions of a handsome smooth-talker, a
beautiful hometown girl and an aging Hollywood star meet head on.
‘Sweet Candy
Candy’’ (1974) - Starring Candice Rialson and Robin Mattson.
Directed by Alan Holleb. A sex-comedy following the exploits of three
volunteer nurses, or ‘candy stripers’.
‘Sweet Intrigue
Intrigue’’ aka ‘Dandelion
Dandelion’’ (1974) - Starring Rutger Hauer and
Dagmar Lassander. Directed by Adrian Hoven. German soft-score flick
starring Hauer in an early role as a man jilted by his wife. To make himself
feel better he decides to explore the sleazier side of life.
‘Swiss Conspiracy, The
The’’ (1975) - Starring David Janssen and Senta
Berger. Directed by Jack Arnold. When a Swiss bank finds that the
confidentiality of some of its more vulnerable customers has been
compromised, it calls in an American investigator, who soon uncovers a
web of deceit and blackmail. With old debts being paid off, his own health
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is soon in danger, but on the upside, he gets to know one of the bank’s
female customers pretty well.
‘Taboos around the World
World’’ a.k.a. ‘Tabu
Tabu’’ (1963) - Starring Laila Novak
and Vincent Price (Narrator). Directed by Romolo Marcellini.
‘Tale of Death
Death’’ aka ‘Deadtime Stories
Stories’’ (1987) - Starring Scott Valentine
and Nicole Picard. Directed by Jeffrey Delman. A babysitting uncle tells
his charges three-horror stories--about a killer witch, Little Red Riding
Hood and a werewolf, and a story about “Goldie Lox” and the three bears.
Tanya’’s Island
Island’’ (1980) - Starring Vanity and Richard Sargent. Directed
by Alfred Sole. Female models face off against an ape on a tropical
‘Target of an Assassin
Assassin’’ (1976) - Starring Anthony Quinn and John
Phillip Law. Directed by Peter Collinson. Based on the novel Running
Scared by Jon Buremeister. An ailing African leader is admitted to a
hospital. A male nurse at the hospital kidnaps him, but it turns out that
things aren’t exactly what they seem to be.
‘Tears in the Rain
Rain’’ (1988) - Starring Sharon Stone and Christopher
Cazenove. Directed by Don Sharp. Casey Cantrell is on her way to
London to deliver her mother’s deathbed letter to Lord Bredon. She finds
herself being pursued by two wealthy men, who delve deep into her past
and come up with a shocking discovery.
‘Teen Knight
Knight’’ (1998) - Starring Kris Lemche and Caterina Scorsone.
Directed by Phil Comeau. A young teenager wins a contest for a
“Medieval Adventure” from a soda company. The winners, plus a film crew
from the soda company arrives at the castle for the adventure. During the
night, a spell cast over 600 years ago brings the castle and all of the
people in it back to 1583, when the evil Lord Drakin is trying to take the
castle. It is up to the group to stop him, and thereby return to the 20th
‘Teen Sorcery
Sorcery’’ (1999) - Starring AJ Cook and Craig Olejnik. Directed by
Victoria Muspratt. In this 20th Century remake of Sleeping Beauty, evil
head cheerleader Mercedes casts a spell on Dawn, the new girl in town,
putting her into a deep sleep. The spell can only be broken with a kiss
from a brave and gallant prince. An imaginative story, which includes
witchcraft, spells, fire-breathing dragons and parallel worlds.
‘Teenage Space Vampire
Vampire’’ (1998) - Starring Robin Dunne and Mak Fyfe.
Directed by Martin Wood. Bill, a high school student and avid horror
movie fan, witnesses a UFO flying over his town. When the ship lands the
next day, Bill and a team from SETI discover that the alien is a strange
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vampire creature who wants to cast the Earth into darkness so that he and
his people can colonize it for themselves. Will Bill and the others be able
to keep the sun shining?
Teenager’’ (1974) - Starring Joe Warfield and Andrea Cagan. Directed
by Gerald Seth Sindell. Billy, an egotistical film director, “invades” a small
town intending to capture on film the “Local’s’ surprised reactions to the
unorthodox improvisations of his flamboyant Hollywood group. Carey, a
local teenager, is overwhelmed by them and quickly attaches herself to
Eddie, the young leading man. Her parents object and she leaves. On a
“shoot,” Eddie accidentally kills a resident; he and Carey run away. Murder
charges against Eddie are dropped, but Carey’s father presses charges
for statutory rape and kidnapping of Carey. The renewed filming presents
Billy his greatest challenge. He gets exciting footage but he doesn’t live to
see it on the screen.
‘Ten Days Wonder
Wonder’’ (1971) - Starring Orson Welles and Anthony
Perkins. Directed by Claude Chabrol. A psychological thriller revolving
around the Van Horn family living in their estate in the Alsatian woodlands.
Separated from the rest of the world in the rarified realm of the
claustrophobic villa, they enact strange and cruel rituals of control and
corruption upon each other, filled with blackmail, lies, and deception, all
under the perfect surface of bourgeois complacency.
‘Ten Violent Women
Women’’ (1982) - Starring Sherri Vernon and Dixie Lauren.
Directed by Ted V. Mikels. Eight women miners get fed up with their
lifestyle and decide to try crime. After successfully pulling off a jewelry
store robbery, they are busted by narcs when they try to buy cocaine. The
eight get sent to a prison where a butch head guard uses the prisoners for
her own deviant pleasures. Two of the women manage to escape and
then get mixed up with a Shah who had a scarab ring stolen in their
jewelry heist.
‘Tender Warrior, The
The’’ (1971) - Starring Liston Elkins and Dan Haggerty.
Directed by Stewart Raffill. A non-stop adventure for the entire family
with Dan Haggerty and his lovable animal friends.
‘Terror on the 40th Floor
Floor’’ (1974) - Starring John Forsythe and
Anjanette Comer. Directed by Jerry Jameson. Seven people make an
attempt to escape from the 40th floor of an inflamed skyscraper.
‘Terror, The
The’’ (1963) - Starring Jack Nicholson and Boris Karloff.
Directed by Roger Corman and Francis Ford Coppola. A young officer
in Napoleon’s army pursues a mysterious woman to the castle of an
elderly Baron where he discovers that she is the pawn of an old witch bent
on driving the Baron to suicide.
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‘Texas Guns
Guns’’ (1988) - Starring Willie Nelson and Richard Widmark.
Directed by Burt Kennedy. After spending twenty years in prison, a man
gathers his aging gang for one more heist. The long-in-the-tooth Texas
Ranger and his retiree sidekicks give chase, and what starts as a comedy
of errors soon turns serious when four young outlaws rob the robbers.
That’’s Action
Action’’ (1977) - Starring Joan Crawford and Marlene Deitrich.
Directed by G. David Schine. It’s a documentary about early film history.
‘They Call Me Trinity
Trinity’’ (1971) - Starring Terence Hill and Bud Spencer.
Directed by Enzo Barboni. A drifter comes to a town where his brother is
sheriff. His brother is actually a robber who broke the real sheriff’s leg and
left him for dead, before assuming his office. They team up against the
local land baron, who is trying to get rid of the Mormon settlers in a valley
he wishes to own.
‘They Came to Rob Las Vegas
Vegas’’ (1968) - Starring Gary Lockwood and
Jack Palance. Directed by Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi. Gangsters fight
among themselves as they try to break into an armored car filled with $10
million in casino money.
‘Thief of Bagdad
Bagdad’’ (1978) - Starring Roddy McDowall and Kabir Bedi.
Directed by Clive Donner. A resourceful thief helps a handsome prince
fight an evil wizard and win the hand of a beautiful princess.
‘Thieves of Fortune
Fortune’’ (1990) - Starring Michael Nouri and Lee Van Cleef.
MacCarthy. Former Miss Universe stars as a
Directed by
contestant in a high stakes fortune hunt that spans half the globe. She
meets with more than her share of action-packed encounters among the
ruffians who compete for $28 million purse.
‘Thin Red Line, The
The’’ (1964) (B/W) - Starring Keir Dullea and Jack
Warden. Directed by Andrew Marton. First adaptation of the James
Jones novel about the fight for Guadalcanal focuses on the relationship
between Sgt. Welsh (Warden) and Pvt. Doll (Dullea). As battle experience
hardens Doll, the mutual hatred the two have changes to a grudging
‘Third Man, The
The’’ (1949) (B/W)- Starring Joseph Cotton and Orson
Welles. Directed by Carol Reed. An American writer of pulp westerns
(Cotten) arrives in post-war Vienna to take a job with an old friend, but
discovers he has been murdered. Or has he? Based on Graham Greene’s
mystery, this classic film noir thriller plays on national loyalties during the
Cold War.
‘This is a Hijack
Hijack’’ (1973) - Starring Adam Roarke and Neville Brand.
Directed by Barry Pollack. A gambler with serious debts hijacks a small
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private plane, planning to collect a million dollar ransom. Unfortunately, his
co-conspirators do not turn out to be the best of mates, and the F.B.I. is
waiting on the ground.
‘This Man Can
Can’’t Die’ (1967) - Starring Guy Madison and Lucienne
Bridou. Directed by Gianfranco Baldanello. A band of outlaws murders
a ranch family, sparing no one. A brother and sister survive only because
they went off to town. Guy Madison starts as the bounty hunter, the
brother who is out for revenge.
‘Three Way Weekend
Weekend’’ (1980) - Starring Richard Blye and Dan Diego.
Directed by Emmett Alston. Two young girls set off on a backpacking trip
through the mountains of Southern California to enjoy camping and
‘Three Worlds of Gulliver
Gulliver’’ (1960) - Starring Kerwin Mathews and Jo
Morrow. Directed by Jack Sher. Swift’s exciting tale of the adventures of
Dr. Gulliver is brought to life in this production.
‘Thunder Mountain
Mountain’’ (1977) - Starring Joe Don Baker and Sondra Locke.
Directed by Earl E. Smith. A Confederate army Captain and an orphan
girl encounter unexpected adventures as they search for a fortune in
diamonds hidden in a river in northern Arkansas.
‘Tiger, The
The’’ (1988) - Starring Patrick Swayze and Barbara Williams.
Directed by Amin Q. Chaudnri. Chuck brought sorrow to his family when
he shot his father, who is now a semi-invalid. After fifteen years of selfdestruction, he returns home to seek forgiveness.
‘Till the Clouds Roll By
By’’ (1946) - Starring June Allyson and Frank
Sinatra. Directed by Richard Whorf and Vincente Minnelli. Light bio-pic
of American Broadway pioneer Jerome Kern, featuring renditions of the
famous songs from his musical plays by contemporary stage artists,
including a condensed production of his most famous, “Showboat.”
Tim’’ (1979) - Starring Mel Gibson and Piper Laurie. Directed by
Michael Pate. Tim is a young man with below average intelligence.
Working as a building laborer, he’s often taken advantage of by his fellow
workers and others. After he begins to work at his friend Mary’s house,
people become suspicious of their growing relationship and accuse Mary
of taking advantage of Tim’s innocence.
‘Timber Tramps
Tramps’’ (1973) - Starring Claude Akins and Leon Ames.
Directed by Tay Garnett and Chuck D. Keen. Claude Akins plays a touch,
hard-drinking Alaska logging foreman, who likes fighting only slightly less
than working.
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‘Time of Your Life
Life’’ (1948) - Starring James Cagney and William Bendix.
C. Potter. A film version of William Saroyan’s Pulitzer
Directed by
Prize winning ensemble piece about the various characters who populate
Nick’s Saloon, Restaurant and Entertainment Palace, a waterfront dive in
the toughest part of San Francisco. The personalities include Joe, a
champagne-soaked philosopher, a prostitute named Kitty, Joe’s
handyman, Tom, and a host of others exposing their hopes and fears as
they drink up right until last call.
‘Time to Kill
Kill’’ (1989) - Starring Nicolas Cage and Ricky Tognazzi .
Directed by Giuliano Montaldo. A young soldier in Africa wanders away
from his camp and meets a woman whom he rapes and kills. But when he
returns to his outfit he finds he can’t escape his tormenting conscience.
‘To Be the Best
Best’’ (1992) - Starring Lindsay Wagner and Anthony
Hopkins. Directed by Tony Wharmby. The powerful and beautiful Paula
Harte, heir of the Harte empire, finds herself under attack from her
vindictive cousin Jonathan, who is determined to gain control at any cost.
Paula has To Be the Best to preserve her position and the company so
that her grandmother’s precious dream lives on.
‘To Hell with Love
Love’’ (1998) - Starring David Coburn and Corey Michael
Blake. Directed by Karl Kozak . It’s all a disastrous downhill slide for
author Alan Rigatelli, as he somehow manages to lose his girl, his job, his
automobile, and his unpublished manuscript all in a two-day period. Then
his womanizing brother and immature cousin knock on his door, setting
the stage for a trio of unpredictable tales.
‘To Kill a Clown
Clown’’ (1972) - Starring Alan Alda and Blythe Danner.
Directed by George Bloomfield. A young hippie couple rent a secluded
cabin on the beach in an attempt to reconnect with each other and save
their marriage. Unfortunately, the man they rent the cabin from is a military
sociopath with two dogs who are even more vicious that he is.
‘Toby McTeague
McTeague’’ (1986) - Starring Yannick Bisson and Winston Rekert.
Directed by Jean-Claude Lord. Toby is a teenager who doesn’t care
much about school. In fact, he has his eyes on the title of a prestigious
dog-sleigh race, which in order to win he will have to undergo extensive
‘Too Bad About Jack
Jack’’ (1994) - Starring Michael Christian and Lindsay
Lombardi. Directed by John Carr.
‘Toolbox Murders, The
The’’ (1978) - Starring Cameron Mitchell and
Pamelyn Ferdin. Directed by Dennis Donnelly. A series of young women
are graphically murdered by a madman with a power tool fixation.
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‘Top Secret
Secret’’ (1978) - Starring Bill Crosby and Tracy Reed. Directed by
Paul Leaf. Bill Crosby stars in Top Secret as Aaron Strict, an American
Secret Agent in this high-powered spy film. His mission, to track down a
shipment of Plutonium that was stolen from a U.S. Military Base. Strict
soon learns he’s not the only one looking for this extremely dangerous and
valuable merchandise. The Mob, and a gang of International Terrorist are
also on the move and will kill anyone who gets in their way to get it.
‘Touch, The
The’’ (1971) - Starring Elliott Gould and Bibi Andersson.
Directed by Ingmar Bergman. A Swedish housewife is trapped in a stable
but somewhat unsatisfying marriage with a small-town surgeon. When a
lively and engaging Jewish American archaeologist enters the picture,
Karin gives into her attraction and begins an affair, but soon she is torn
between staying with the archeologist and returning home to her husband
and children.
‘Tourist Trap
Trap’’ (1979) - Starring Chuck Connors and Jocelyn Jones.
Directed by David Schmoeller. A group of young people are stalked by a
psycho who can control mannequins. He proceeds to use these powers to
slay them one by one as well as animate the various mannequins he uses
to keep himself company.
‘Town Called Hell, A’ (1972) - Starring Robert Shaw and Stella Steven.
Directed by Robert Perrish and Irving Lerner. A group of Mexican
revolutionaries murders a town priest and a number of his followers. Ten
years later, a widow arrives in town intent on taking revenge on her
husband’s killers.
‘Toxic Spawn
Spawn’’ (1980) - Starring Ian McCulloch and Louise Marleau.
Directed by Luigi Cozzi . Two astronauts returning to Earth from Mars
carry with them deadly bacterial eggs, which have the lethal potential to
destroy the Earth’s entire population.
‘Track 29
29’’ (1988) - Starring Theresa Russell and Gary Oldman. Directed
by Nicolas Roeg. A doctor’s wife tires of his obsession with model trains,
and spends her days wondering about the son she gave up for adoption at
birth. While eating at a roadside café, she encounters a British hitchhiker,
who turns out to be her son, with whom she forms a bond, which threatens
her marriage.
‘Track of the Moon Beast
Beast’’ (1976) - Starring Chase Cordell and Donna
Leigh Drake. Directed by Richard Ashe. An American Indian uses
mythology to capture the Moon beast, a lizard-like creature that is roaming
the deserts of New Mexico.
Tracks’’ (1976) - Starring Dennis Hopper and Taryn Power. Directed by
Henry Jaglom. Vietnam veteran accompanies the body of a buddy on a
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long train ride home. He starts suffering flashbacks from the war and
begins to think some of the passengers are out to get him.
‘Trail Blazer
Blazer’’ (1956) - Starring Bruce Bennett and Lon Chaney Jr.
Directed by Albert C. Gannaway and Ismael Rodriguez. Daniel Boone
leads settlers into Kentucky, but must battle Shawnee Indians who have
been persuaded by a French renegade that Boone and the settlers are
there to kill them and steal their land.
‘Train Killer, The
The’’ (1983) - Starring Michael Sarrazin and Towje Kleiner.
Directed by Sandor Simo. A mad Hungarian is bent on destroying the
Orient Express.
‘Train Ride to Hell
Hell’’ (1985) - Starring John Phillip Law and Richard Moll.
Directed by John Carr, Phillip Marshak, Tom McGowan, Jay
Schlossberg-Cohen and Gregg C. Tallas. God and Satan are on a train
discussing the fate of three individuals. The stories of the people in
question are told in a trio of very strange vignettes. One involves an
insane anylum with some very interesting treatment plans. Another
involves a ‘death club’. The final story shows us the adventures of a server
of Satan.
Trapped’’ (1973) - Starring James Brolin andSusan Clark. Directed by
Frank De Felitta. Shortly before closing time, Chuck Brenner is knocked
down and robbed in a shopping mall. The security guards overlook the
unconscious man and unleash the attack dogs for the night. Chuck is
trapped and has to fight for his life.
‘Treacherous Waters
Waters’’ (1984) - Starring Brooke Shields and Burgess
Meredith. Directed by Dick Lowry. A young woman, Laura works as a
waitress in a café. An elderly man tells her stories of a boat that went
down with millions in gold. Laura, her boyfriend and a dive shop owner set
out to find the gold, but the three find that their relationship begins to
‘Treasure Island
Island’’ (1972) - Starring Orson Welles and Kim Burfield.
Directed by John Hough and Andrea Bianchi. The mysterious sea
captain Billy Bones arrives at the Benbow Inn only to meet an untimely
death. Shortly afterwards the innkeeper’s son receives the “black spot”
and a faded treasure map. After consulting with his two trusted friends,
they set sail for Treasure Island.
‘Treasure of Jamaica Reef, The
The’’ (1976) - Starring Stephen Boyd and
Cheryl Ladd. Directed by Virginia L. Stone. A suspense filled adventure
drama about the search for a treasure-laden Spanish Galleon that sank
over 200 years ago.
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‘Treasure of Makuba
Makuba’’ (1967) - Starring Cameron Mitchell and Mara
Cruz. Directed by Jose Maria Elorrieta. Coogan, an American adventurer,
goes ashore at a tropical island port where he encounters a beautiful
native girl with a sense of foreboding peril. The two fall in love, and
together seek out a lost treasure with a merciless competitor and his
henchman dogging their heels.
‘Treasure of the Lost Desert
Desert’’ (1983) - Starring Bruce Miller and Susan
West. Directed by Tony Zarindast. An action film about a U.S. Army
Green Beret captain who is ordered to crush a terrorist operation led by a
shadowy figure known only as the “Eagle”.
‘Treasure of the Yankee Zephyr
Zephyr’’ (1981) - Starring Ken Wahl and Lesley
Ann Warren. Directed by David Hemmings. In a lake high in the
mountains of New Zealand, hunter Gibbie Gibson discovers a plane wreck
from WWII. When word gets out, a gang of crooks follows and threatens
him and his daughter, because they know there are 50 million dollars in
the wreck. Helicopter pilot Barney helps the father and daughter out at the
risk of his own life.
Trespasser’’ (1981) - Starring Alan Bates and Catherine Hall. Directed
by Colin Gregg. A painter has an affair with a young woman but comes to
regret the price he pays, destroying his family.
Trespasses’’ (1986) - Starring Robert Kuhn and Van Brooks. Directed
by Loren Bivens and Adam Roarke. Phillips is amongst the drifters who
rape a woman and murder a man, sparking enraged and lawless
retaliation from the victims’ families. A sensual, seductive thriller that twists
and turns its way through the heart of passion and the soul of vengeance.
‘Trinity is still My Name
Name’’ (1972) - Starring Terence Hill and Bud
Spencer. Directed by Enzo Barboni. Two brothers try to fulfill the promise
they made to their dying father.
‘Triple Cross
Cross’’ (1967) - Starring Christopher Plummer and Romy
Schneider. Directed by Terence Young. Based on a true story. Eddie
Chapman, a British bank robber, finds himself caught between the warring
parties in WWII, the British and the Germans. Working as a spy for both
sides, he tries to play each side against the other.
Trucker’’s Woman
Woman’’ (1975) - Starring Lynne Bradley and Jim Broadway.
Directed by Will Zens. After his father is killed in a suspicious accident
while driving his semi, Mike Kelly buys a truck and takes to the road.
Along the way he encounters a feisty young woman and an assortment of
dubious characters, all of who seem to provide some clue to his father’s
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‘Tuareg: The Desert Warrior
Warrior’’ (1984) - Starring Mark Harmon and Luis
Prendes. Directed by Enzo G. Castellari. Tuareg and his nomadic tribe
extend their hospitality to two desperate strangers who arrive at their
peaceful desert oasis. Government soldiers attack the oasis and attempt
to slaughter every man, woman and child. The tribe flees, beginning a
suspenseful and lethal game of hide-and-seek across breathtaking desert
vistas as Tuareg attempts to escort the strangers to safety while avenging
the massacre.
‘Tunes of Glory
Glory’’ (1960) - Starring Alec Guinness and John Mills.
Directed by Ronald Neame. Major Jock Sinclair has been in this Highland
regiment since he joined as a boy piper. During the Second World War he
was made acting Commanding Officer, but now the regiment has returned
to Scotland, and a new commanding officer is to be appointed. Jock’s own
cleverness is pitted against his new commanding offer, his daughter, his
girlfriend, and other officers.
‘Twilight People
People’’ (1973) - Starring John Ashley and Pam Grier. Directed
by Eddie Romero. A scientist kidnaps a man and transports him to an
island, intent on turning him into a super-being. Not keen on this idea, the
man tries to escape with the help of the scientist’s daughter and a band of
half-human, half-animal creatures.
‘Twin Dragons
Dragons’’ (1992) - Starring Jackie Chan and Maggie Cheung.
Directed by Ringo Lam and Hark Tsui. Jackie Chan plays a dual role as
twins separated at birth who grow up and cross paths. Two brothers, one
becomes a famous conductor and pianist in New York, another becomes
a racecar driver and bodyguard in Hong Kong. When the conductor travels
to Hong Kong to give a concert, the twins get caught up in each other’s
business, about which they are anything but experts.
‘Twinkle Twins
Twins’’ (1993) - Directed by Bai Yong Chang. This animated
feature centers around two little identical twin girls who become separated
as infants when their parents divorce. In a chance encounter years later at
holiday camp, the two girls decide to switch places, and the resulting
adventures prove both touching and humorous.
Twinky’’ (1969) - Starring Charles Bronson and Orson Bean. Directed
by Richard Donner. A middle-aged writer of pornographic novel meets
and falls in love with a 16-year-old schoolgirl. This alone is cause for
concern, but when the couple gets married and move to America, the
trouble really begins.
Twisted’’ (1973) - Starring George Hamilton and Cameron Mitchell.
Directed by Gordon Hessler. A young man devises a diabolical murder
scheme in order to cheat his half-sister out of a huge inheritance in this
story of intrigue set in the Greek isles.
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Unsane’’ (1982) - Starring Anthony Franciosa and Christian Borromeo.
Directed by Dario Argento. A writer arrives in Rome only to find that
somebody is using his novels as the inspiration and occasionally the
means of committing murder. As the death toll mounts the police are more
and more baffled, and the writer becomes more closely linked to the case
than is comfortable.
‘Up Pompeii
Pompeii’’ (1971) - Starring Frankie Howerd and Patrick Cargill.
Directed by Bob Kellett. Episodes from the popular British television
comedy set in ancient Rome with Howerd starring as the philandering
Senator Ludicrus Sextus.
‘Vampire Hookers
Hookers’’ (1978) - Starring John Carradine and Mark
Campbell. Directed by Cirio H. Santiago. Man in makeup recruits bevy of
beautiful bloodsuckers to lure warm-blooded victims to his castle.
Vanishing’’ (1972) - Starring George Peppard and Christine Belford.
Directed by Jack Smight. An insurance investigator tries to find an
armored car carrying gold bullion that disappeared in the middle of a
deserted Texas highway.
‘Vengeance is Mine
Mine’’ (1974) - Starring Ernest Borgnine and Michael
Pollard. Directed by John Trent. A demented farmer captures three
criminals and tortures them in horrifyingly sadistic ways.
‘Vengeance Valley
Valley’’ (1951) - Starring Burt Lancaster and Robert Walker.
Thorpe. Lancaster and Walker are foster brothers
Directed by
with Walker being an envious weasel who always expects Lancaster to
get him out of scrapes. Lancaster is even accused of a crime committed
by Walker and must work to clear himself.
‘Vietnam, the Last Mission
Mission’’ (1980) - Starring Bruno Pradal and JeanFrancois Poron. Directed by Claude Bernard-Aubert. The jungles of
Southeast Asia are the setting as a crack commando unit set out to rescue
a nurse who was captured by the enemy. The group relies on instinct for
survival when they become trapped and realize that no help is on the way.
Virus’’ (1980) - Starring Chuck Connors and Glen Ford. Directed by
Kinji Fukasaku. A military-engineered virus, released during a plane
crash, kills the entire human population. The only survivors are scientists
in Antarctica, who desperately try to find a cure and save what is left of the
planet from further destruction.
Visions’’ (1996) - Starring Erik Estrada and Robert Vaughn. Directed by
David L. Stanton. After being electrocuted, a homicide detective loses his
sight but gains the power of clairvoyance.
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‘Voyage of the Yes, The
The’’ (1973) - Starring Desi Arnaz Jr. and Mike
Evans. Directed by Lee H. Katzin. Two teenagers, one white and one
black, in a small sailboat hit rough weather and battle the elements while
learning about themselves.
‘Wages of Fear, The
The’’ (1953) - Starring Yves Montand and Charles
Vanel. Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot . American oil company
controls a desolate Central American town whose citizens desperately
want out -- so desperately that four are willing to try a suicide mission
deliver nitroglycerine to put out a well-fire raging 300 miles away. The
company’s cynical head has offered $2000 to each man, enough to
finance escape from the hellhole they live in.
‘Walking Away
Away’’ (1995) - Starring Nicole Eggert and Tony Sirico.
Directed by Steve Binder. A naïve young girl is drawn to the bright lights
of New York City, where she dreams of pursuing a career in dance.
Frustrated at being one of the millions trying to make it and struggling to
survive, she is persuaded by her best friend to work as an erotic dancer.
Meanwhile, a former boyfriend who stalks her turns up dead and she is
accused of murder.
‘Wanted: Dead or Alive
Alive’’ (1987) - Starring Rutger Hauer and Gene
Simmons. Directed by Gary Sherman. This movie features a character
who is supposed to be the descendant of the character played Steve
McQueen in the television series of the same name. And like McQueen’s
Josh Randall, Hauer’s Nick Randall is also a bounty hunter as well as an
ex-CIA operative, who is asked by his former employer to help them track
down a terrorist, Malak Al Rahim.
‘War Dog
Dog’’ (1986) - Starring Tim Earle and Bill Redvers. Directed by
Bjorn Carlstrom and Daniel Hubenbecher. The CIA and an ex-Vienam
veteran officer recruit, drug, and brainwash a team of killers who are kept
captive in a special facility. The brother of one soldier makes a valiant
attempt to rescue him.
‘Warden, The
The’’ (1988) - Starring Aldo Ray. Directed by Donald
McLendon. After robbing a convenience store and shooting down in a
cold-blood the pretty clerk and responding policeman, the killer is cornered
and captured. With little in the way of a defense, he is tried, convicted, and
sentenced to death. The prison warden responsible for the execution
wrangles with his conscience, but ultimately follows the state mandate and
watches as the condemned is administered a lethal injection.
Warlords’’ (1988) - Starring David Carradine and Sid Haig. Directed by
Fred Olen Ray. Lone soldier Carradine battles mutant hordes in a postapocalyptic desert.
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‘Warrior of the Lost World
World’’ (1985) - Starring Robert Ginty and Persis
Khambatta. Directed by David Worth. Years after the superpowers
commit the ultimate act of stupidity, nuclear war, an evil empire known as
the Omega Force rules the Earth. Only “the Rider,” with his supersonic
computerized speedcycle, has the power to destroy it.
‘Weapons of Death
Death’’ (1977) - Starring Leonard Mann and Ida Galli.
Directed by Mario Caiano. A gang of robbers tries to escape the police as
well as their own enemies, killing everyone standing in their way.
‘Weather in the Streets
Streets’’ (1983) - Starring Michael York and Lisa
Eichhorn. Directed by Gavin Millar. A young woman enters into an illfated love affair after spending only a few moments with an aristocratic
married man.
‘Werewolf vs. Vampire Woman
Woman’’ (1971) - Starring Jacinto Molina and
Gaby Fuchs. Directed by Leon Klimovsky. Elvira is traveling through the
French countryside with her friend Genevieve, searching for the lost tomb
of a medieval murderess and possible vampire, Countess Wandessa.
They find a likely site in the castle of Waldemar Daninsky, who invites the
women to stay as long as they like. As Waldemar shows Elvira the tomb
that supposedly houses the countess, she accidentally causes the
vampire to come back to life, hungrier than ever. Daninsky has a hidden
secret of his own, but will it be enough to save the two girls from becoming
Wandessa’s next victims?
‘What Comes Around
Around’’ (1985) - Starring Jerry Reed and Bo Hopkins.
Directed by Jerry Reed. A good-ole-boy drama about a doped-up country
singer who is kidnapped by his brother for his own good. The singer’s evil
manager sends his stooges out to find him.
‘Wheels of Hell
Hell’’ (1967) - Starring Marty Robbins and John Ashley.
Directed by Will Zens. Two brothers, one a popular racecar driver that all
the women love and the other a brilliant mechanic, who makes the winning
possible, become enemies when one messes with the other’ s girlfriend.
‘When She was Bad
Bad’’ (1973) - Starring John Alderman and Lyllah
Torena. Directed by Gary Graver. A pretty teenage girl comes to live with
her ex-stepfather and his new girlfriend, and promptly causes trouble
when she tries to seduce her stepfather and successfully seduces his
‘When Taekwondo Strikes
Strikes’’ (1973) - Starring Angela Mao and Jhoon
Rhee. Directed by Feng Huang. One brave Taekwondo master leads the
Korean freedom fighters against the occupying army of WWII Japan.
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‘Where Have All the People Gone?
Gone?’’ (1974) - Starring Peter Graves and
Verna Bloom. Directed by John Llewellyn Moxey. Solar explosion turns
most of Earth’s inhabitants to dust while the Anders family vacations in a
cave. The family tries to return home amid the devastation.
‘Whiskey Mountain
Mountain’’ (1977) - Starring Christopher George and Preston
Pierce. Directed by William Grefe. A group of motorcyclists on a
“treasure hunt” are terrorized by a gang of murderous psychopaths.
‘Whistle Stop
Stop’’ (1946) (B/W) - Starring George Raft and Ava Gardner.
Directed by Leonide Moguy. A small-town girl divides her attentions
between low-life gambler Raft, and villainous nightclub owner McLaglen,
who plans a robbery-murder to get rid of any rivals.
‘White Fang
Fang’’ (1973) - Starring Franco Nero and Virna Lisi. Directed by
Lucio Fulci. The wolf dog, White Fang, aids a reporter, a fur trapper, a
nun, a young Eskimo boy and his father in ridding a gold mining town of a
sleazy crime lord in 1896 Yukon in Canada.
‘White Fire
Fire’’ (1984) - Starring Robert Ginty and Fred Williamson.
Directed by Jean-Marie Pallardy. Two jewel thieves will stop at nothing to
win White Fire, a two hundred carat diamond.
‘White Justice
Justice’’ (1978) - Starring John Mitchum and Hagen Smith.
Directed by Richard Robinson. Following the Civil War, a young Union
officer travels to Texas to find a new life.
‘Who Murdered Joy Morgan?
Morgan?’’ (1981) - Starring Kim Basinger and
Robert Culp. Directed by John Llewellyn Moxey. Story of a young
woman’s murder and the people who become involved with it.
‘Who Shot Pat?
Pat?’’ (1989) - Starring David Edwin Knight and Sandra
Bullock. Directed by Robert Brooks. Sandra Bullock stars in this wistful
story set during the late 1950’s in Brooklyn. When random gunfire wounds
a teenager at an interracial high school, his friends try to hunt down those
responsible, starting a dangerous cycle of violence.
‘Wild Ride, The
The’’ (1960) - Starring Jack Nicholson and Georgianna
Carter. Directed by Harvey Berman. Nicholson, in an early starring role,
portrays a rebellious punk of the Beat generation who hotrods his way into
trouble and tragedy. He kidnaps now-straight ex-buddy Bean’s squeeze;
kills a few cops; then is killed.
‘Wild Wheels
Wheels’’ (1969) - Starring Robert Dix and Casey Kasem. Directed
by Ken Osborne. A Group of surfers use dune buggies to protect their
beach from a gang of invading bikers.
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‘Wolf at the Door, The
The’’ (1986) - Starring Donald Sutherland and Max
von Sydow. Directed by Henning Carlsen. This film is based on the life
of French artist Paul Gauguin, follows the painter as he returns to Paris
after a long stay in Tahiti and must confront his wife, his children, and his
former lover.
Wolfman’’ (1978) - Starring Earl Owensby and ED L. Grady. Directed by
Worth Keeter. A young man inherits his murdered father’s estate - and
also the legacy of the family curse of the werewolf. He woefully confides
his dark secret to a doctor and Lynn, an old girlfriend. Both are skeptical
until they witness his transformation. As the wolfman he attacks his
conspiring family. He is arrested for murder but escapes to save Lynn
from an evil Reverend in a shattering climax.
‘Woman Accused, A’ (1977) - Starring Barbara Hershey and Chad
Everett. Directed by Robert Butler. The rising star at a law firm is asked
by the woman he loves to defend her friend who is charged with a vicious
murder she says she didn’t commit.
‘Woman Hunter, The
The’’ (1972) - Starring Barbara Eden and Robert
Vaughn. Directed by Bernard L. Kowalski. A wealthy woman on a
Mexican holiday is fearful that a murderer is stalking her, intent on stealing
her jewelry.
‘Women of Hell
Hell’’s Island
Island’’ (1978) - Starring Ingrid Greer and Nanette K.
Martin. Directed by Cirio H. Santiago. A remote island is the scene of
brutality and abuse where women are imprisoned without hope of escape.
But three of the women, determined to find a way out of the hellhole,
mobilize the others in a daring escape attempt.
‘Women Unchained
Unchained’’ (1974) - Starring Carolyn Judd and Teri Guzman.
Directed by Ken Osborne. Five women escape from a maximum-security
prison and make a run for the Mexican border, shunning civilized behavior
along the way.
‘Wonderful World of Puss
Puss’’n Boots, The
The’’ (1969) - Directed by Fred
Ladd and Kimio Yabuki. A cat driven away for saving some mice
embarks on a journey with a homeless human boy in this charming
animation feature.
‘Worm Eaters, The
The’’ (1977) - Starring Herb Robins and Lindsay
Armstrong Black. Directed by Herb Robins. Mean developers want to
take over a reclusive worm farmer’s land. He unleashes his livestock on
them. The bad guys turn into “worm people.”
Wrangler’’ (1989) - Starring Jeff Fahey and Tushka Bergen. Directed by
Ian Barry. When an Australian rancher dies his daughter tires to hang on
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to the family ranch from a ruthless creditor. She also has to deal with the
attentions of two men -- one a businessman and the other a cattleman,
both equally dashing and handsome.
Wyatt’’ (1967) - Starring Robert Taylor and Ana Martin. Directed by
James Neilson. An aging gunman and a wounded drifter come upon a
young Mexican girl, and agree to help her avenge the death of her father,
who was murdered for their land.
‘Yellow Hair and the Fortress of Gold
Gold’’ (1984) - Starring Laurene
Landon and Ken Roberson. Directed by Matt Cimber. Princess who’s
part Indian and her sidekick fight bad guys and seek gold.
‘Young Warlord, The
The’’ (1975) - Starring Oliver Tobias and John Watson.
Directed by Sidney Hayers, Pat Jackson and Peter Sasdy. Arthur
roams Western England in 500 AD, leading a band of guerrilla cavalrymen.
When the Saxons invade. Arthur unites the tribes, holds off the attack,
and becomes King.
‘Zebra Force
Force’’ (1976) - Starring Mike Lane and Richard X. Directed by
Joe Tornatore. After the war, the former leader of a crack commando
team decides to lead his men on a personal battle against organized crime.
When “Zebra Force” strikes, the underworld trembles.
Zorro’’ (1975) - Starring Alain Delon and Ottario Piccolo. Directed by
Duccio Tessari. A newly arrived governor finds his province under the
control of the corrupt Colonel Huerta. To avoid assassination, he pretends
to be weak and indecisive, but secretly masquerades as Zorro, and joins
the monk Francisco and the beautiful aristocrat Hortensia in a fight for
justice against Huerta and his soldiers.
Zulu’’ (1964) - Starring Stanley Baker and Michael Caine. Directed by
Cy Endfield. Based on actual events. At Africa’s Roarke’s Drift in 1879, a
British military post manned by less than a hundred soldiers is besieged
by 4,000 Zulu warriors armed with spears and rifles. The soldiers use
anything they can in a desperate attempt to withstand the onslaught.
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