Public Domain Movies

$5.20 Hour Dream (1980)
Running Time: 104 mins Color
Starring: Linda Lavin, Richard Jaeckel
A newly-divorced woman with a young daughter fights male chauvinism to win a job on the assembly line of the engine company for whom she works.

A Time to Die (1982)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Rex Harrison, Rod Taylor, Edward Albert
A World War II vet sets out in 1948 to avenge the death of his wife at the hands of Nazis. His targets are four Germans, a Sicilian, and a Hungarian who committed the atrocities. He is aided by a CIA operative, who has another agenda. One of the targeted men is being groomed by the US to become the West German chancellor and is to be protected. Along the way, a third person joins the team.

Act of Love (1980)
Running Time: 104 mins Color
Starring: Ron Howard, Robert Foxworth, Mickey Rourke
Old country traditions and values cause Ron Howard to honor the pleas of his brother (played by Mickey Rourke), a quadriplegic following a motorcycle accident, to end his life, and then to stand trial for first-degree murder after the mercy killing. Michael De Guzman's teleplay was inspired by Paige.

Against All Hope (1982)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Michael Madsen
A man struggling with alcoholism turns to a reverend for help

Anatomy Of An Illness (1984)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Ed Asner, Eli Wallach
Biopic of Saturday Review editor and political journalist Norman Cousins who developed and promoted a self-made health therapy consisting of intake of large quantities of vitamin C and making oneself laugh as much as possible.

Antonio (1997)
Starring: Larry Hagman, Trini Lopez
American potter meets Texas oilman. Gentle family film with music.

Arch of Triumph (1985)
Running Time: 120 mins Color
Starring: Anthony Hopkins
Remarque's engrossing romantic wartime melodrama. Hopkins, as Ravic, is a German citizen who helped Jewish people escape from the murderous anti-Semitic Fatherland. He spent time in a concentration camp & has a horrible scar as a reminder. He lives without papers in Paris, under a false name, aware always that the minute the gendarmes near him he could be sent away or imprisoned as an illegal alien. He dreams of the day he can revenge himself on the Gestapo officer who sent him away, who tortured his friends & who tortured & raped his only love, Sybil.

Armor Of God (1986)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Jackie Chan, Alan Tam, Rosamund Kwan
Jackie Chan and his bumbling sidekick are sent on a quest through Europe to find a mysterious treasure held by a shadowy organization of monks.

Assassin (1986)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Robert Conrad, Robert Webber, Karen Austin, Richard Young
A retired agent from an Intelligence Agency is contacted by the Agency in order to stop an ultra-secret robot who is killing some government officials. That will be not an easy task, because the robot looks human and it was specifically builded to be an efficient killer, not to mention that it is almost invulnerable.

Battle of the Eagles (1981)
Starring: Bekin Fehmiu, George Taylor
Using captured enemy planes, the pilots of Partisan Squadron wreak havoc on The Luftwaffe and Weirmachct ranks.

Beyond Obsession (1982)
Running Time: 110 mins Color
Starring: Tom Berenger, Marcello Mastroianni
Mastroianni plays an ex-diplomat imprisoned for the murder of his wife who is visited by a young woman who is not only his lover but also his step-daughter.

Big Hurt, The (1985)
Running Time: 94 mins Color

hard-line investigative reporter is up against a secret government agency involved in mind-altering experiments and torture. The Waldon Club is the key to his investigation which begins with a bizarre double suicide, mysterious experiments and a series of strange murders.

Black Cobra III (1990)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: Debra Ward, Forry Smith, Fred Williamson
After a group of technically advanced villains plan to wreak havoc on the world, competent cop Robert Malone (Fred Williamson) is called upon to stop them.

Blunt, The Fourth Man (1985)
Running Time: 86 mins Color
Starring: Ian Richardson, Anthony Hopkins, Michael Williams
The story of Anthony Blunt, the "fourth man" in a notorious 1951 spy scandal.

Born To Be Sold (1981)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Harold Gould, Lynda Carter, Philip Sterling, Dean Stockwell, Sharon Farrell
When a social worker suspects that an adoption agency isn't quite what it seems, she investigates. Sure enough, the agency deals in black-market babies. Soon there is an attempt on the social worker's life, which makes her even more convinced that she's right.

Born to be Sold (1981)
Starring: Lynda Carter
Lynda Carter plays a caring social worker that 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. Can you believe it. The sadest part of all is that this has really happened. Watch this one if you might see it on tv again. While Lynda Carter investigates the businessman believed to be responsible, she puts her own life in danger from the band of villians working for him. She is threatened, manipulated and puts her job in jeopardy desperately trying to crack the operation wide open. Of course, the best reason of all to watch this is that the beautiful Lynda Carter stars in it!!!

Brass Ring (1983)
Running Time: 81 mins Color
Starring: Dina Merrill, Sylvia Sidney, Dana Baron, Carie Kei Heim, April Lerman
A 13-year-old's growing pains are further complicated by her mother's mental illness and need for institutionalization.

Burke and Wills (1985)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Jack Thompson
Expedition through the heart of Australia.

Bye Bye Baby (1988)
Starring: Brigitte Nielsen, Carol Alt
After a couple decides to part ways and begin seeing other people, the ex-husband still desires his ex-wife and attempts to get her back in this comedy (featuring bikinied Nielsen and Alt).

Cafe Express (1983)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Nino Manfredi, Gigi Reder, Adolfo Celi
A con artist stays one step ahead of the law as he raises money to help his ailing son.

Callie and Son (1981)
Running Time: 140 mins Color
Starring: Michelle Pfieffer, Lindsay Wagner
A poverty stricken Texas girl is forcd to give up her illegitimate child for adoption. Years later, now a wealthy Dallas woman in Dallas societ, she sets out to locate her son when she learns she can never have another child. Gripping family saga with an excellent cast.

Callie and Son (1981)
Starring: Lindsay Wagner
Callie was a teenage mother in trouble. Fresh out of the delivery room, her son was taken from her and sold on the black-market. Vowing to find him some day, this is her story.

Captive (1987)
Running Time: 98 mins Color
Starring: Irina Brook, Oliver Reed, Hiro Arai
The daughter of an international tycoon is kidnapped by a trio of abductors who seek to mold her to their lifestyle.

Casablanca Express (1989)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Jason Connery, Donald Pleasance, Glenn Ford
Nazi commandos hijack the train carrying British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and only one man can save them in this fast-paced WWII thriller.

Casablanca Express (1989)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Glenn Ford, Donald Pleasence, Jason Connery
When Winston Churchill's train is targeted for hijack by Nazi commandos, the Allies send British officer Connery to the rescue. Fast moving WWII actioner.

Cave Girl (1985)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Daniel Roebuck, Cynthia Thompson, Darren Young
On a class excursion to a cave with stone age paintings the clumsy Rex gets lost. A mysterious crystal opens a gateway in time and sets him back to the stone ages, where he meets a group of prehistoric fellows and the gorgeous Eba. While teaching her English and doing some pseudo-research on her fellows, his main goal is to get her sleeping with him. However the curiosity of the clan chief disturbs his attempts.

China White (1989)
Running Time: 99 mins Color

China White is an entertaining action movie. In contrast to other movies, which are similar ( and these are a lot ) it is relatively well played and has a quickly developing storyline. Certainly it contains many extremely bloody shoot-outs and some strong language. Actionfans will love the slow-motion death-scenes, especially during the last 30 minutes. Crime Drama.

Choices (1982)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Demi Moore, Victor French, Paul Carafotes, Val Avery
Director Silvio Narizzano totes out a Sunday morning public affairs programming style in this it-could-happen-to-you drama about a popular high-school student who finds that he has what some consider a disability. Paul Carafotes plays a high-school student who loves to play football and music. But when the school doctor determines that he is partially deaf, he is barred from the football team. In order to hide his disappointment, the high schooler changes his outlook to one of disinterest, and he rapidly falls in with a tough gang that is making trouble around the high school. Demi Moore appears in a small supporting role in this film ? her first film role.

Christabel (1988)
Running Time: 149 mins Color
Starring: Elizabeth Hurley, Stephen Dillane, Nigel Le Vaillant
An English girl marries a German lawyer in the 1930s and they try to live as normal a life as they can in Hitler's Germany. When Allied bombs start falling on German cities, Christabel takes her two young sons to a village in the mountains. Then she learns that her husband and some of his friends have been arrested for plotting to assassinate Hitler. She travels to the prison where he is held, wondering if telling the commandant that she knows Winston Churchill will help her husband or seal his fate. This is said to be based on a true story.

Coach Of The Year (1980)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Robert Conrad, Erin Gray, Red West, Daphne Maxwell
Coach of the Year is the pilot film for a potential Robert Conrad TV series. Conrad plays Jim Brandon, formerly a star athlete, now a wheelchair-bound Vietnam vet. The embittered, self-involved Brandon is hired to coach a team of teenagers at a correctional facility. Once he's "reached" these so-called incorrigibles, Brandon begins to see his own life in a different light. The film was co-produced by John Ashley of Filipino horror-flick fame. Originally titled The Coach, then 4 Down Behind Bars, Coach of the Year debuted December 20, 1980.

Cold Room, The (1984)
Starring: George Segal
A girl brought to modern Germany experiences events that occurred during the World War II era.

Computer Ghosts (1987)

A security company conjures up fake computer-generated "ghosts" so they can buy abandoned property at below-market value at auctions. However, a mysterious couple appear out of seemingly nowhere to thwart the company's plans.

Cradle Will Fall, The (1983)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: James Farentino, Lauren Hutton
A doctor at a hospital tries to develop a "fountain of youth" serum to give to his female patients.

Cry of the Innocent (1980)
Running Time: 93 mins Color
Starring: Rod Taylor, Joanna Pettet
Best selling author Frederick Forsyth ("Day of the Jackal") wrote this suspenseful tale about a Viet Nam vet whose life is destroyed when a plan crashes into his Dublin house, killing his family. He discovers that Irish terrorists are responsible and uses his military skills to wreak vengeance.

Cuba Crossing (Aka Kill Castro) (1980)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Sybil Danning, Stuart Whitman, Robert Vaughn, Woody Strode, Raymond St. Jacques.
Mercenary boat captain in Key West is hired to carry a CIA agent and some other derelicts to Cuba with plans to assassinate Fidel Castro. Dir. Chuck Workman

Dancing in the Forest (1988)
Running Time: 90 mins Color

A penniless writer, Sly, takes a job with a strange family. Soon passion flares into violence and nightmarish events find Sly living on the edge of sanity.?

Dangerous Summer, A (1984)
Running Time: 110 mins Color
Starring: Tom Skerrit, James Mason
An American developer goes to Australia to build a vacation resort unaware that his crooked partner plans to burn it down and collect the insurance money. Suddenly, the American finds himself facing a maniacal arsonist and muderer who will stop at nothing to get what he wants.

Day of the Panther (1988)
Running Time: 86 mins Color
Starring: Edward John Stazak, John Stanton, Jim Richards, Paris Jefferson, Michael Carman Zale, Zale Daniel
Jason Blade (Edward John Stazak) is a martial arts expert trained by the Panthers in China. He is sent to Australia for a secret mission against evil druglord Zukor (Michael Carmen). When his partner Linda (Linda Megier) dies, her cousin Gemma (Paris Jefferson) joins Blade and his crusade. Blade and Zukor's murderous henchman Baxter (Jim Richards) have a final showdown in this routine action feature. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi

Day The Loving Stopped, The (1981)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Valerie Harper, Dennis Weaver
A young lady named Judy (Dominique Dunne) begins to doubt herself and love in general as her wedding day approaches. Told in flashbacks through the eyes of the oldest daughter, initially as a young girl (Francoise Noel). A father/husband (Dennis Weaver) becomes distant and starts spending more time away from home and family. Mom (Valerie Harper) makes notice of his fleeting affections, expressing herself openly after he gives her an "electric carving knife" for a birthday present. Soon, dad is packing his bags and VH and the girls move into a smaller place too. In short time both mom and dad are dating again, something both girls seem to take in stride until dad decides to remarry. After the wedding Dad soon turns his time and attentions to his new family, his new wife and her young daughter. This is made apparent when a ski trip is planned and both sisters are uninvited. Fast-forward 10 years. Judy is now planning her wedding to the good guy she's met at college. She's still full of angst over her parents split 10 years ago, Dad has "split" from wife #2, and Mom has likewise returned to single status after a heart-wrenching breakup. At a dinner party the in-laws meet for the first time. It's apparently been a few years since Mom and Dad have been in each other's company and they begin throwing barbs, at first in a passive-aggressive way and then a bit more vigorously. Judy leaves the table in tears and finally has it out with Dad. At first Dad (who is a psychotherapist by trade) tries to find out why his daughter is acting out. Judy then unloads on him, telling him "you're the reason everything is wrong" and such things, and in general let's him know that her fears revolve around not knowing if and when her day to stop loving or being loved will come. The final scenes are of the wedding with end credits.

Deadline (1987)
Running Time: 99 mins Color
Starring: Christopher Walken
A hardened journalist reporting on the Beirut conflict, allows himself to become involved with the events he's covering. When he falls in love with a nurse who's aiding the rebel forces, he jeopardizes his life and the lives of hundreds of others

Deadly Possession (1987)
Running Time: 102 mins Color

Action Crime Drama. A maniac is stalking and killing female students at a university.

Dear Mr. Wonderful (1982)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Joe Pesci
Joe Pesci is a small man looking for a big break. Owner of a bowling alley and nightclub in Jersey, Ruby Dennis (Pesci) sets his sites on making it big in Vegas. But Ruby finds more than he gambled for and in the end is a much bigger man for it.

Deathrow Gameshow (1987)
Running Time: 83 mins Color
Starring: John McCafferty, Robyn Blythe, Beano
Chuck Toedan's the host of a gameshow featuring death row convicts competeing in life-or-death contests in hopes of cheating the executioner or, at the very least, winning some nice prizes for their next of kin.

Dixie: Changing Lanes (1985)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Suzanne Pleshette, Cloris Leachman
Originally made for TV consumption, the story focuses on a madam sent to a New Orleans convent for rehabilitation.

Double Negative (1985)
Starring: Anthony Perkins, Michael Sarazin
Horror film director must plot to steal the negative of his film in order to save it from being destroyed in an insurance scam cooked up by his sleazy producers.

Dream a Little Dream (1989)
Running Time: 120 mins Color
Starring: Jason Robards, Corey Feldman.
The script has fun with the trials and nuances of growing up, without being preachy. Viewers are flitted back and forth between reality and a very well-done dream sequence that features great performances by the talented Jason Robards and Corey Feldman.

Dream To Believe Drama, Action, Romance (1986)
Running Time: 97 mins Color
Starring: Olivia D'Abo, Keanu Reeves, Rita Tushingham, Jessica Steen, Renee Murphy
The curiously neglected A Dream to Believe (aka Flying) can be summed up as a distaff Rocky. Olivia D'Abo is starred as a teen-aged girl who dreams of becoming a top gymnast. Human, emotional and financial roadblocks do not dissuade D'Abo, nor do her own severe physical shortcomings. You can see the ending come a mile away, but there'll still be tears in your eyes. Filmed in Canada, A Dream to Believe enjoyed a second life in video stores thanks to the presence in the cast of a pre-stardom Keanu Reeves. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Escape From Sobibor (1987)
Running Time: 143 mins Color
Starring: Leon Feldhendler
During WWII, the death camp at Treblinka had an escape, causing the Commandant at a similar camp in Sobibor to vow (actually threaten) that his camp would never experience the same thing. The Jewish laborers that had been spared from the ovens, knew that they were on borrowed time and that their only hope was to escape. However, because the Germans would kill an equal number of others whenever a group attempted to escape, the captives knew that if ever an escape was tried, all 600 prisoners in the camp would have to be included...

Expect No Mercy (1995)

Larson That Tae-Bo guy takes on an evil gang of assassins and kicks major butt! Federal Service Agent Justin Vanier has been assigned to infiltrate the mysterious Virtual Arts Academy in search of Eric, a fellow agent. In this high-tech facility, the maniacal leader Warbeck is training assassins to become even more efficient killing machines using virtual reality. Penetrating the organization as a new recruit, Justin finds Eric, and together with the idealistic Vicki must bring down Warbeck before he succeeds with his deadly plans.

Eyes of the Serpent (1994)

Andriel fantasy Two sisters vie for the control of magical swords. They Swash! They Buckle! They get the girl and/or boy! They defeat the villain! Imagine "Xena" with nudity and you're on the money.

Final Assignment (1980)
Running Time: 98 mins Color
Starring: Michael York, Genevieve Bujold
Nicole is a broadcast journalist in Canada who is working on an assignment in the U.S.S.R. She is to oversee a visit by the prime minister but she finds a unethical experiment on children using the use of steroids.

Forbidden Sun (1989)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Lauren Hutton, Cliff DeYoung
After a rape at a girl's gymnastics school, questions arise and bring to light ancient Cretan rituals.

Gamble, The (1988)
Running Time: 104 mins Color
Starring: Matthew Modine, Jennifer Beales
In this lusty romantic adventure, a young wanderer returns to his Venice home and discovers that his wealthy father has squandered the family fortune on gambling and is deeply indebted to a cruel countess from Germany. When she sees the young man, she decides she wants him and decides to make one final wager with his father with the young man as the stakes. The father is unable to resist and promptly loses, causing the hapless lad to flee the terrifying Teutonic tart and take up with a beautiful runaway.

Gauguin, The Savage (1980)
Running Time: 125 mins Color
Starring: David Carradine, Lynn Redgrave
Based on the turbulent life of the temperamental French painter, Paul Gauguin, and his compulsive search for creative freedom which caused him to abandon his wife and five children in Paris for a life of contentement in Tahiti.

Geronimo (1989)
Running Time: 69 mins Color
Starring: Scott Ingerson, Raufel Muhammed
Camp counselor tries to reform city gang members.

Getting Wasted (1980)
Running Time: 98 mins Color
Starring: Brian Kerwin, Stephen Furst
Cadets at a military academy get involved with the 60's drug culture.

Great Alligator, The (1981)
Running Time: 89 mins Color
Starring: Mel Ferrer, Barbara Bach
Tourists on a tropical island anger an island god, who turns himself into a giant alligator and stalks them.

Guilty Conscience (1984)
Running Time: 104 mins Color
Starring: Anthony Hopkins
Hopkins spends much of the movie playing out scenarios of how his murder trial would play out if he killed his wife, with a portrait ofhis father playing the judge. He goes through different methods of killing her, and playsout the trial until he finds the mistake in his plan. These one-man scenes are very funny,and Hopkins delivers them expertly, as one would expect.

Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (1980)
Running Time: 192 mins Color
Starring: Powers Booth, James Earl Jones
Boothe won an Emmy for his powerful performance as Jim Jones, the charismatic religious cult leader whose controversial beliefs caused the ritual suicides of 900 of his followers in the jungles of South Africa.

Hands Of Death (1988)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Mike Abbott, Stefan Bredhart, Richard Harrison, Phil Parker, Roc Tien
Richard Harrison, one of the most durable of the sword-and-sandal leading men of the 1960s, is top-billed in Hands of Death. The story concerns a gang of martial arts-savvy thieves. Whenever cornered by the authorities, the crooks dispense death and destruction with their bare hands. It'll take a hero as well-versed in Kung Fu as the heavies to see that justice is done. When the plot isn't getting in the way, Hands of Death is okay. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Hands Of Steel (1987)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Daniel Greene, Janet Agren, John Saxon, George Eastman, Amy Werba, Claudio Cassinelli
In a complex sci-fi tale set at some point in the not-too-distant future, an evil industrialist named Francis Turner (John Saxon) has created Paco Querak (Daniel Greene), a cyborg who is 70% robot and 30% human. Paco has been programmed to murder a blind ecologist whose environmental activism does not sit well with Turner's bottom-line motivation. But once he is set up to do his job, the 30% human component in Paco only permits him to injure the ecologist, not kill him. With the local police (and eventually just about everyone else) after him, Paco detours to Arizona to look for his true identity. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi

Hard Knox (1984)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Robert Conrad, Red West, Joan Sweeny, Bill Erwin
A no-nonsense, by the book Marine officer battles chaos when he takes command of the military academy he attended as a boy. He finds the place has gone to seed and sets out to shape up the unruly, undisciplined cadets.

Hazard of Hearts (1987)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Diana Rigg, Edward Fox, Helena Bonham Carter
When compulsive gambler Sir Giles Staverley has lost his estate and all his money playing dice, he realises that he only has one thing left of value: his daughter Serena. In a final game, he stakes his daughter's hand in marriage, convinced that this time he will not lose.

Heroes Stand Alone (1989)
Running Time: 83 mins Color

Chad Everett and his crack team of commandoes are sent into enemy territory in South America to recover the black box from a crashed Air Force cargo plane. They are sabotaged every step of the way, and one by one the ruthlessness of their guerilla tactics takes its toll on the commando men.

Hitler's S.S. - A Portrait In Evil War (1985)
Running Time: 135 mins Color
Starring: John Shea, Bill Nighy, Lucy Gutteridge, Tony Randall, Jose Ferrer
The two-part TV movie Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil crystallizes that evil by concentrating on two Berlin brothers. In 1931, Helmut Hoffman (Bill Nighy) a brilliant student and self-styled opportunist, joins Hitler's SS. At the same time, his younger brother Karl (John Shea), a top athlete and idealist, becomes a chauffeur for the "S.A." (storm troopers). When the SS topples the SA from power, Karl ends up in Dachau. He is rescued through his brother's influence--if you can describe sending Karl to fight on the Russian Front a "rescue." As he watches the Third Reich deteriorate, Helmut at long last suffers pangs of conscience. As if the story of the rise of Nazism needed any further melodrama, Hitler's SS shoehorns in a romantic triangle involving Karl, Helmut, and beautiful nightclub-singer Lucy Gutteridge. The all-star supporting cast of Hitler's SS includes Carroll Baker as the Hoffman brothers' anguished mother; Tony Randall as an androgynous entertainer named Putzi (shades of Cabaret's Joel Grey); and David Warner, repeating his Holocaust role as SS head man Heydrich.

Hitler's SS A Portrait of Evil (1985)
Starring: John Shea
The story of Helmut and Karl Hoffmann. Both come of age at the start of Hitler's power in Germany. Helmut joins the SS and eventually becomes a successful flag rank officer. Karl joins the SA and experiences the darker side of Nazism after the SA is disbanded and Karl is thrown into prison and later conscripted into the German army. Brother is pitted against brother until their relationship, and the Third Reich, stands in ruins

Holcroft Covenant (1985)
Starring: Michael Caine
This thriller tells the story of a young man's struggle to carry out a covenant made by his father and two other prominent Nazis just prior to the end of the Second World War. Revolted by the horrors perpetrated by their government, they set up a fund to assist the victims of the Holocaust.

Hotwire (1984)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: George Kennedy
Kennedy, playing a dual role as both a cop and his mean brother, keeps things moving at a brisk clip in this comedy adventure about a street-wise drifter and and old drunk who are forced to reposses a Rolls Royce from a vicious gangster.

Hunk (1987)
Running Time: 102 mins Color
Starring: John Allen Nelson, Steve Levitt, Deborah Shelton
A computer nerd makes a deal with the Devil and gets a new, "beefcake" body.

Ice House (1989)
Running Time: 81 mins Color
Starring: Melissa Gilbert, Bo Brinkman, Andreas Manolikakis
A sophisticated young lady flees Texas for Hollywood, searching for a better life. When her ex-lover shows up and wants her to go back, the turmoil begins.

In Hot Pursuit (1982)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Bob Watson, Don Watson, Debbie Washington
Convicted for drug smuggling, two young men stage a daring escape from a southern prison.

In Hot Pursuit (1989)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Mike Preston
happy, normal couple are forced into a life on the limb when she's unjustly accused and convicted of murdering her boss. Knowing by whom his wife has been framed, he breaks her out of jail. Now they're on the run from the law and a hired hitman, while pursuing the real killer.

Innocent Love, An (1982)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Melissa Sue Anderson, Doug McKeon, Rocky Bauer
Originally filmed under the title One Starry Night, this CBS TV movie stars Melissa Sue Anderson as 19-year-old University of Washington volleyball champ Molly Rush. In danger of flunking out of school, Molly turns to a tutor for help. Her "mentor" turns out to be 14-year-old math genius Harry Woodward (Doug McKeon), who has been enrolled in the university under a special early entry program. Much to the surprise of both protagonists, Molly and Harry fall in love -- a state of affairs that does not please Molly's otherwise easygoing jock boyfriend, Dunc Widdoes (Steven Bauer, here billed as Rocky Bauer). An Innocent Love initially aired on March 2, 1982.

Intimate Agony (1983)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Mark Harmon, Anthony Geary
When a resort town is threatened by a dangerous herpes outbreak, a doctor chances his career and future to warn the public in this drama.

Into the Fire (1988)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Susan Anspach
Four people with dark secrets find themselves in an isolated lodge, playing a deadly game of doublecross and deception

Jesse Owens Story, The Part I & Ii (1984)
Running Time: 174 mins Color
Starring: Dorian Harewood, Georg Sanford Brown
A biopic of the four-time Olympic gold medallist Jesse Owens

Jungle Warriors (1984)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Nina Van Pallandt, John Vernon, Sybil Danning,Alex Cord, Woody Strode
A group of fashion models and their crew land in a hostile Mexican jungle where they meet up with the head of a cocaine operation who keeps them prisoner, subjecting them to his warped pleasures.

Just Before Dawn (1981)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: George Kennedy, Chris Lemmon
Two men are hunting in a forest and come across an abandoned church. They go in to explore, and one of them receives a machete to the groin by a laughing man wearing a checkered jacket…

Kidnapping of the President, The (1980)
Running Time: 114 mins Color
Starring: William Shatner, Hal Holbrook, Van Johnson
A South American quasi-revolutionary/guerilla/terrorist and a misled, admiring girl compatriot manage to kidnap the U.S. President during a diplomatic visit to Toronto.

Killing Affair, The (1985)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Peter Weller, Kathy Baker, John Glover
This is the story of a widow who, in 1943, takes in a drifter she believes is the man who killed her husband. She begins to fall for him, but cannot be sure is she should trust him. From the novel "Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday" by Robert Houston.

Lady and the Highwayman, The (1989)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Hugh Grant
The young lady Panthea Vyne falls in love with the handsome highwayman who saves her from her brutal husband. He kills him in a fair duel. Later on when Charles the 2nd is reinstated as King of England she attends the royal court. But here she becomes the enemy of the kings former mistress and the plot against her thickens. Great performances by Oliver Reed, Michael York, and of course the red-headed vixen, Emma Samms.

Lamb (1985)
Running Time: 110 mins Color
Starring: Liam Neeson, Harry Towb, Hugh O'Conor
Michael Lamb is a Father questioning his calling, in a Reform School in Ireland. When young epileptic runaway Eoin is sent to the school, the two recognise kindred spirits and escape to London together. With the police on their tail and the money running out however, Lamb is forced to make some terrible decisions.

Last Days Of Patton, The (1986)
Running Time: 150 mins Color
Starring: George C. Scott, Eva Marie Saint, Richard Dysart, Murray Hamilton, Ed Lauter
George C. Scott again plays General George S. Patton in this account of the military hero's final months as a war historian and defender of former Nazis.

Last Song, The (1980)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: Lynda Carter, Ronny Cox, Nicholas Pryor, Paul Rudd, Jenny O'Hara
A man accidentally discovers a plot to cover-up a fatal toxic waste accident, and is brutally murdered. His wife an aspiring singer who unwittingly comes into possession of several tapes for which her engineer husband and his partner in the electronic eavesdropping business were murderd, and discovers that she and her daughter are now being stalked by the killers.

Leader of the Band (1987)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Steve Landesberg
Eddie is one far-out, cool cat. He's also an out-of-work musician who finally lands a gig as leader of the Olstead High Marching Band. But it's far from Sgt. Pepper's, this group's only talent is destroying bandleaders.

Lethal Track (1990)

One half of the movie follows a guy named Sam and his friend Gus. Sam gets scratched by a radioactive cat in a fight with some wacky drug addicts and achieves amazing super powers. He then puts on a stupid costume and decides to fight some bad guys using his new powers, including a crazed priest named Cheever. The other half of the movie is a about a whole buch of Asian people that are just beating each other up for no reason, including a tall guy with an eyepatch and a woman that looks like a man.

Liar's Moon (1982)
Running Time: 106 mins Color
Starring: Matt Dillon, Cindy Fisher, Hoyt Axton
A poor kid elopes with a banker's daughter.

Livin' the Life (1984)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Rupert Everett, Cristina Raines
A romantic comedy about a man whose Walter Mitty-style fantasies get him into trouble.

Loophole (1983)
Running Time: 104 mins Color
Starring: Albert Finney, Martin Sheen, Susannah York
An out-of-work architect, hard pressed for money, joins forces with an elite team of expert criminals in a scheme to make off with millions from the most established holding bank's vault.

Loose Shoes (1980)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Bill Murray, Howard Hesseman
Movie trailers are the target of this satiric series of vignettes originally titled Coming Attractions.

Love Is Forever (1983)
Running Time: 127 mins Color
Starring: Michael Landon, Priscilla Presley
When producer/star Michael Landon took on this project, it was geared for theatrical release under the title Comeback. Innumerable production difficulties later (due in great part to Landon's tiltings with the writer and director), the film was retooled as a TV movie titled Love is Forever. TV turned out to be the ideal medium for this film, which despite its "epic" aspirations is at base a Prime Time soap opera. Landon plays real-life journalist John Everingham, who while stationed in Laos in 1977 is accused of being a spy, tortured, and expelled from the country. One year later, Everingham attempts to return to the Communist-controlled country in order to rescue the Laotian woman (Moira Chen) that he loves. The plan is to swim across the Mekong river without attracting attention. Much of the film's potential for suspense is minimized by its flashback structure. Too, much of the credibility is lessened by supporting actor Jurgen Prochnow's "Boris Badenov" portrayal of a Communist espionage agent. Edward Woodward costars as Landon's scuba instructor, while Priscilla Presley makes her TV-movie debut as a friend of Woodward's. Though Landon tried to quell the fact in the publicity packets, leading lady Moira Chen is also known as porn actress Laura Gemser. Originally running 150 minutes, Love Is Forever was cut to 127 minutes for its first telecast on April 3, 1983, then was further snipped to 100 minutes for syndication.

Mark, I Love You (1980)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Kevin Dobson, James Whitmore, Cassie Yates, Dana Elcar
In emotional turmoil following the death of his wife, Hal Painter (Kevin Dobson) relinquishes custody of his son, Mark (Justin Dana), to his in-laws, Dwight (James Whitmore) and Margaret Hamilton (Peggy McCay). Eventually, Hal gets his life back on track and wants to regain custody of his son in hopes of starting fresh in California with his new girlfriend. But Dwight and Margaret have different plans for young Mark and are willing to take Hal to court to get their way.

Meet The Hollowheads (1989)
Running Time: 86 mins Color
Starring: John Glover, Nancy Mette, Richard Portnow
The Hollowheads are a strange, futuristic family that live in a Jetsons type world complete with many cool gadgets. Henry is hoping for a promotion at the slime factory in which he works and decides to bring his boss home for dinner and to meet the family. The horny, pervert, rude boss does not know what he is up against when he begins with his advances towards Mrs. Hollowhead and his abundance of rudeness.

Mesmerized (1986)
Starring: Jodie Foster, John Lithgo
An orphaned New Zealand girl married to an older, wealthy businessman learns to deal with his strange sexual desires.

Ministry of Vengeance (1989)
Running Time: 94 mins Color

When his wife and daughter are killed by terrorists, a minister leaves the church and seeks vengeance by organizing a guerilla raid deep into war-torn Lebanon.

Minor Miracle, A (1983)
Running Time: 101 mins Color
Starring: John Huston, Pelé, Peter Fox
A group of orphans and their guardian get together to try to save their orphanage.

Mob Story (1990)
Running Time: 98 mins Color
Starring: John Vernon and Margot Kidder
Vernon plays a big-time mob boss on the run from the government and his friends.

Moving Targets (1986)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Carmen Duncan, Michael Aitkens
Offbeat thriller about a mother and her 15 year old daughter who are forced to flee for their lives when they become involved with terrorists, a hit man hired to kill them, and a suitecase full of hot money.

Murphy's Fault (1989)
Running Time: 94 mins Color

A down-on-his-luck, struggling writer hits rock bottom just when he meets a sexy policewoman. But bad luck seems to follow him like a lost puppy and just when things start looking up, a story sold, a new camper and a new love life, his adventure of misfortune begins again.

My Chauffeur (1986)
Running Time: 97 mins Color
Starring: Deborah Foreman, Sam J. Jones, Sean McClory
A free-spirited young woman (Deborah Foreman) upsets the status quo at a stuffy Brentwood limousine service.

My Mom's A Werewolf (1989)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Susan Blakely, John Saxon, Tina Caspary
The frustrated housewife Leslie visits an animal shop to purchase a flea-collar. Unknowing that the owner is a werewolf, she accepts his invitation to lunch and later in his apartment. Through a bite in her toe he starts her slow transformation in a werewolf.

My Sister My Love (1980)
Running Time: 99 mins Color
Starring: Lee Grant, Carol Kaine
Also known as "The Maju Cage." A strange tale of two sisters whose unnatural love for each other is tested by an outsider. The sisters have a orangutan that is kept in a cage and the cage becomes a punishment for betrayals of their love.

Night of the Sharks (1989)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Treat Williams, Janet Agren, Antonio Fargas, Christopher Connelly
An adventureer tires to settle down in a quite Mexican fishing village but finds himself trapped between his vengeance-seaking ex-boss and marauding killer sharks. The opposing forces come together in a deadly showdown during the villagers' ancient ritual, the Night of the Sharks.

Not Another Mistake (1988)
Running Time: 99 mins Color
Starring: Richard Norton, Michael John Meyer, Wren T. Brown
The first reviewer did not understand the movie. The rescue team was sent ACROSS the border into North Vietnam territory. They never encounter any Viet Con guerrillas but regular North Vietnamese army troops.

Not In Front Of The Children (1982)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: John Lithgow, Linda Gray
Divorced for two years, Nancy Caruthers, asks her new lover, Paul Adams, a medical student, to move in. She has custody of her two daughters, but this new living arrangement prompts her ex-husband, Richard to sue for custody, based on moral grounds. He does not really want the girls to live with him, but his strict religious background will not allow him to stand by and let them be raised in an atmosphere of 'sin.'

One Down, Two To Go (1983)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Fred Williamson, Jim Brown, Jim Kelly, Richard Roundtree, Paula Sills
Cheated by mobsters of the proceeds of a martial arts tournament, the promoter, an expert martial arts artist and a debonair fast-talker, set out in hot pursuit to even the score.

One Last Run (1990)
Running Time: 82 mins Color
Starring: Nels Van Patten, Tracy Scoggins
Featuring eye-popping skiing footage, this downhill drama centers on three friends who head to Utah for their annual ski trip.

Parents (1989)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Randy Quaid, Mary Beth Hurt
: Poor Michael Laemle -- his parents are middle-class suburban cannibals, and they don't seem to realize that they're anything out of the ordinary. Neither does anyone, except for Michael himself, and when he seeks solace from the school psychotherapist, she merely becomes just another dinner entree. Bon appetit!

Patriot, The (1986)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Gregg Henry, Simone Griffeth, Michael J. Pollard
Agent tries to track down terrorists who are intercepting government nuclear weapons.

Payment in Kind (aka The Rabbit Case) (1980)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Marie Brozová, Milos Kopecký, Jaroslav Satoranský
Oldrich Lukásek (Milos Kopecký), a respected Prague solicitor, lets him shifted for health reasons to the small town at the foot-hills. In the local advocate advice bureau impatiently awaits him his secretary Zuzana (Zlata Adamovská) and work at the penal and offense cases, sometimes odd and humorous, sometimes tragic. Experienced Lukásek soon starts orientating not only in judicial cases but also at the situation of the small town, in which, as elsewhere, exist dishonesty, flyness and pressure of the powerful by influence or money.

Portrait Of A Showgirl (1982)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Leslie Ann Warren, Tony Curtis
The story of three Las Vegas showgirls, each at a different stage in her career.

Portrait of a Showgirl (1982)
Starring: Lesley Ann Warren
The story of three Las Vegas showgirls, each at a different stage in her career.

Power, Passion, and Murder (1987)
Running Time: 102 mins Color
Starring: Michelle Pfeiffer
Set during the '30s, the tale of a beautiful Hollywood starlet who throws away her promising career for the love of a married man.

Pretty Kill (1987)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: David Birney, Season Hubley, Susannah York, Yaphet Kotto
Someone is preying on hookers and detective Birney and his girlfriend/hooker Hubley must stop them.

Pride of Jesse Hallam (1981)
Running Time: 97 mins Color
Starring: Johnny Cash, Brenda Vaccaro, Ben Marley
Jesse Hallam, an illiterate coal miner from Kentucky, moves to Cincinnati so that his daughter may receive spinal surgery. Determined to support his family in the city, he decides he must learn how to read and write as an adult, and resolves to graduate from high school.

Pride Of Jesse Hallum, The (1980)
Running Time: 97 mins Color
Starring: Johnny Cash, Brenda Vaccaro, Ben Marley, Eli Wallach, Guy Boyd, Chrystal Smith
In emotional turmoil following the death of his wife, Hal Painter (Kevin Dobson) relinquishes custody of his son, Mark (Justin Dana), to his in-laws, Dwight (James Whitmore) and Margaret Hamilton (Peggy McCay). Eventually, Hal gets his life back on track and wants to regain custody of his son in hopes of starting fresh in California with his new girlfriend. But Dwight and Margaret have different plans for young Mark and are willing to take Hal to court to get their way.

Prime Target (1989)

Small-town Cop Battles mob hitmen intent on rubbing out an informer.

Prime Time (1980)
Running Time: 75 mins Color
Starring: Warren Oates, David Spielberg, Kinky Friedman, Dick O'Neill, Joanna Cassidy, George Furth
This satirical comedy answers the question "What would happen to television if the censors took a day off?"

Promise Of Love, The (1980)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Valerie Bertinelli, Jameson Parker, Andy Romano, Joanna Miles, Shelley Long
In this drama, a young woman gives up college and marries her boyfriend, a Marine. Unfortunately, he is killed in Vietnam.

Ragin Cajun (1990)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: David Heavener, Charlene Tilton
After his girlfriend is kidnapped by a vicious mobster, Cage rips into action with a vengeance. Retired from kickboxing to pursue dreams of being an entertainer, Cage is forced into a deathmatch with the brutal doctor death. He must win...or die.

Raw Force (1982)
Running Time: 86 mins Color
Starring: Cameron Mitchell, Geoff Binney, Geoffrey Binney, Jillian Kesner, John Dresden, Jennifer Holmes
When the Burbank Karate Club embarks upon a relaxing cruise, the last thing they expect to encounter is hippie smugglers, white slavery, and man-eating monks looking to raise Karate masters up from the grave, but they do in this lively and decidedly off-beat and campy Hong Kong martial arts adventure.

Red Fury (1984)
Running Time: 105 mins Color
Starring: Will Jordan, Katherine Cannon, Cal Bartlett
The Red Fury is an inspiring story of three people, their unlikely friendship, and the wild stallion that changes their lives forever. Frankie, a lost Indian boy is rejected by the local community. But when a crisis hits the area, the strength of Frankie and Red Fury's unbreakable bond will be a courageous inspiration for all.

Rehearsal For Murder (1982)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Robert Preston, Lynn Redgrave, Patrick MacNee, Lawrence Pressman, Jeff Goldblum
Richard Levinson and William Link serve up another Thinking Man's murder mystery with the made-for-television Rehearsal for Murder. Playwright Robert Preston is on the verge of marrying glamorous film star Lynn Redgrave. But a scant few hours after her Broadway debut, Redgrave is found dead, an apparent suicide. Convinced that Redgrave was murdered, Preston contacts the most likely suspects and assembles them in an empty theatre, ostensibly to read through his latest play. But Preston locks the doors and uses his play as a means to, in the words of Hamlet, "catch the conscience" of the killer. Filmed under the working title Cold Reading, Rehearsal for Murder was the winner of the Edgar Award, a prize bestowed annually by the Mystery Writers of America. It was first broadcast on May 26, 1982.

Religion, Inc (1989)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Sandra Bullock
A well-worn story about a marketing executive who starts a phoney religion only to discover that bilking people out of their money isn't worth the loss of his morals and his love.

Return (1985)
Starring: Karlene Crockett
In this part ghost story, part thriller, Diana Stoving (Karlene Crockett) has a strong feeling that her mother has kept a secret from her about their past in Massachusetts, and she sets out to discover what that might be. Diana accidentally runs into a woman who works with age regression under hypnosis and who by coincidence is investigating the possession of a young man. It turns out that this possession is by Diana's grandfather, who has been trying to contact someone all this time -- it seems his death was anything but natural. The theme veers from possession to suspense thriller, slowing up in the process, as Diana looks further into the past.

Right-Hand Man, The (1987)
Running Time: 101 mins Color
Starring: Rupert Everett, Hugo weaving
Harry Ironmaster (Rupert Everett) is an aristocratic and wealthy young man, which in his time and place should put him pretty much on top of the world. However, he is responsible for a horse-drawn coach accident in which his father is killed and he himself loses an arm. Not only that, but his favored pastime of horse-riding is no longer possible for him. His girlfriend, the doctor's daughter, wants to draw him out of his depression, but nothing seems to help. Harry's low state begins to lift when he makes friends with Ned, the very capable driver of a local express coach to Sydney. They are both aware that trains will soon replace these huge wagons, and Ned agrees to work for Harry. This costume drama boasts some beautiful cinematography, and is based on a best-selling novel by Kathleen Peyton. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi

Riot on 42nd Street (1987)
Starring: Tom Billett
Tough ex-con Glenn Barnes gets paroled from prison after serving a sentence for manslaughter. Glenn plans to reopen his old nightclub the Garage on 42nd Street. Vicious rival nightclub owner Farrell threatens to take drastic measures if Glenn goes through with his plan. After all the employees get massacred by Farrell's flunkies on opening night, Glenn reverts back to his brutish criminal ways to exact a harsh revenge on Farrell and his men.

Savage Dawn (1985)
Running Time: 102 mins Color

Wild biker drama. A motorcycle gang take over a small city in Arizona.

Scandal Sheet (1985)
Running Time: 101 mins Color
Starring: Burt Lancaster, Robert Urich, Pamela Reed
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.

Scarlet Car (1988)
Black & White
Starring: Franklyn Farnum
Crooked bankers who murder the bank director when he discovers their schemes. (Silen film with subtitles)

Second Sight: A Love Story (1984)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Elizabeth Montgomery, Barry Newman, Nicholas Pryor, Michael Horton, Ben Marley, Richard Romanus, S
For years, Alexandra McKay (Elizabeth Montgomery) has been taking care of herself despite her blindness. Still wishing to maintain her self-sufficiency but in need of assistance, she reluctantly takes on a Seeing Eye dog, Emma, who eventually becomes her only companion. The prideful McKay has an intense fear of being pitied, but when Richard Chapman (Barry Newman) enters her life, love transforms her. Given a chance to restore her eyesight, McKay must decide how much she wants to change.

Shadows on the Wall (1986)
Running Time: 97 mins Color
Starring: Wilford Brimley, Gary Swanson, Lou Michaels
A reporter becomes the target of a murderer when he starts investigating a fifty-year-old murder/suicide case.

Shillingbury Blowers, The (1980)
Starring: Trevor Howard
An old-fashioned drama about old-fashioned values in an old-fashioned town called Shillingbury, this conventional film may not be quite the ticket for a more cynical, demanding audience (whatever their age). Pop musician Peter (Robin Nedwell) and his wife Sally (Diane Keen) take refuge in Shillingbury when their mod, mad life in the Big City gets more than they can handle. The problem is that the small town's band assaults the senses, especially the musical senses, every time the group gathers to play. They can empty out a room quicker than a fire alarm. So Peter agrees to take them on, coach them, and bring back an audience. As a result, the band members rebel because they love their old leader, Saltie (Trevor Howard) and resent his being shoved aside. Their rebellion, it turns out, produces exactly the opposite of what everyone in the town had expected, including themselves.

Shopping (1994)

Teenage Crime Drama "Shopping" is slang for wholesale burglery of retail stores. Dir Paul Thomas Anderson.

Singapore Harbor USA (1989)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: Brian Patrick Clarke, Bird, Cosie Costa
An ex-convict private eye picks up the case of his slain partner and buried treasure.

Snowline (1984)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: Vince Edwards
A New York City district attorney secretly runs a cocaine-smuggling ring in Texas. When the mob tries to move in on his operation, he goes down there to try to stop them.

Somewhere, Tomorrow (1983)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Sarah Jessica Parker, Nancy Addison, Tom Shea
Young Lori Anderson lost her father in a plane crash. While her mother appears to be picking up the pieces of her life, Lori isn't. She is resentful of every decision that her mother makes from selling the family horse farm to a relationship with the local sherrif. Lori doesn't know what to do and turns to her father's journals filled with psychology and metaphysics for answers.

Steele's Law (1991)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Fred Williamson
Fred Williamson (who also directed) as John Steele, a Chicago detective who travels to Dallas. His mission is to catch a lunatic assassin named Joe Keno (Doran Inghram), who sports a ponytail and uses a sword to kill. Steele's girlfriend (Phyllis Cicero) gets raped and murdered before having her head sent to him in a box, there is some kickboxing and Gulf War propaganda, and Bo Svenson appears as a tough-as-nails sheriff.

Straight Jacket (1980)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Aldo Ray
A recovering alcoholic learns from a detective that a gruesome murder had been committed in her house.

Subway (1985)
Running Time: 104 mins Color
Starring: Christopher Lambert, Jean Reno
Fred is living in the Paris Metro system. He is blackmailing Helena, whose safe he has robbed. Fred has various 'friends' all living in this sureal setting. The Roller is a rollerskating bag snatcher and Big Bill is a 'strongman'. The blackmail and Freds relationship with Helena and her heavies make up the bulk of the plot but on the side are Freds attempts to start a band using buskers from the Metro.

Suicide Murders (1986)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Saul Rubinek, Kate Trotter, Sharry Flett, Chuck Shamata, Ken Pogue, Tanja Jacobs, Michael Hogan, Richard Donat
A rumpled private eye (Saul Rubinek) takes the case of a woman who suspects her ill-fated husband of infidelity.

Suzanne (1980)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Sondra Locke, Richard Dreyfuss, Gene Barry
An unhappy married woman has an affair with a violent criminal. She gets pregnant with his baby, but he gets arrested and goes to prison. Now what?

Taureg-The Desert Warrior (1983)
Running Time: 97 mins Color
Starring: Mark Harmon
In a desolate section of the Sahara once ruled by the French, two thirsty men stumble into the camp of a Tuareg warrior where they're given water and shelter. Soldiers from the new Arab government now arrive by Jeep and demand the two men be turned over to them. The warrior refuses, citing the sacred laws of hospitality. The soldiers shoot dead one of the men and carry off the other -- a political foe of the new government. The warrior mounts his camel and rides off to rescue his kidnapped guest.

There Goes The Bride (1980)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Tommy Smothers, Phil Silvers, Twiggy
A nervous ad executive (Tom Smothers) creates havoc on his daughter's wedding day and becomes obsessed with a dream girl (Twiggy) he keeps seeing everywhere but whom he can't catch.

Those Dear Departed (1987)
Running Time: 97 mins Color

A disturbed woman murders her husband, and others, so that she can be haunted by their "wronged" spirits.

Three Dangerous Ladies (1982)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Glynnis Johns, John Hurt
Three tales of suspense and intrigue. Did these three women live in another life?

Tomb, The (1986)
Running Time: 84 mins Color
Starring: Cameron Mitchell, John Carradine
A tomb robber steals artifacts from an unmarked tomb in Egypt and sells them to different archeologists in America. This displeases the immortal woman whose tomb has been desecrated, so she follows the artifacts to America, where she busies herself extracting revenge for the theft.

Treasure of the Amazon (1985)
Running Time: 114 mins Color

This Mexican gorefest is probably the funniest and most entertaining adventure movie ever made. In the 1950s, different people are looking for the treasure of the Amazon. For example a dubious woman, an elder man who knows the jungle (Whitman) and an old Nazi from Germany (great as ever: Pleasence). Not only are they trying to outwit each other, but they also have to fight blood thirsty crabs, crocodiles and other animals, and not to forget a vicious tribe of Indios who like to behead their victims as soon as they capture them.

Rene Cardona jr. surely didn't have that a big budget for this film, but he certainly does the best with it. Concerning gory effects, that is. In the most outrageous scene, a hapless adventurer gets his eyeballs ripped out by the vicious crabs, a scene which has to be inspired by Lucio Fulci's notorious spider-scene in "L'Aldil? - The Beyond". This film is very trashy and it boosts a great role for horror veteran Donald Pleasence (as a really unpleasant guy) and enough nasty bloodshed to please every gorehound who wants to see something else for once.

Trouble With Spies, The (1987)
Running Time: 89 mins Color
Starring: Donald Sutherland
A blundering British spy falls into a web of love, danger, and Russian intrigue.

Twisted Obession (1989)
Running Time: 103 mins Color
Starring: Jeff Goldblum, Miranda Richardson, Anémone
American writer in Paris is hired to do a script for an edgy young director he can't stand. When he falls in love with the director's cold and manipulative pretty sister, his life starts to unravel and he realizes that he's been used.

Twister's Revenge (1987)
Starring: David Alan Smith
Three bumbling criminals have been trying to get their hands on the computerized control system of Mr. Twister, a talking monster truck with a mind of its own.

Utu (1983)
Running Time: 104 mins Color
Starring: Anzac Wallace
In New Zealand in the 1860s the native Maori people fought the British colonials to keep the land guaranteed to them by treaty. The warrior Te Wheke fights for the British until betrayal leads him to seek utu (revenge). The settler Williamson in turn seeks revenge after Te Wheke attacks his homestead. Meanwhile Wiremu, an officer for the British, seems to think that resistance is futile.

We Think the World of You (1988)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Alan Bates, Max Wall, Liz Smith
An aimless young man, Johnny, is sent prison. He entrusts his beloved dog, Evie, to the care of his former lover and best friend, Frank. When he gets out of prison, he has to face difficulties at home.

What Comes Around (1986)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: Jerry Reed, Barry Corbin, Bo Hopkins, Arte Johnson
A recovering substance-abusing country singer and his brother exact revenge on the singer's manager, who has cheated him out of a substantial amount of cash throughout the years

When The Bough Breaks (1986)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Ted Dansen
A Los Angeles psychiatrist testifies for the prosecution in the trial of an accused child molester. Later the defendant, who is out on bail, is found dead in the psychiatrist's office, in what appears to be a suicide. Shaken, the psychiatrist moves to the mountains outside of L.A. Not long afterwards a detective he knows comes to him for help. A seven-year-old girl saw someone kill both of her parents, but is so traumatized by the event that she can't remember anything, and the detective wants the doctor to help jar her memory. Soon, however, the doctor and the detective discover that the parents' murder and the pedophiles "suicide" may be linked to a shadowy group of wealthy and influential pedophiles, and that the child isn't the only one whose life is in danger.

Witcomb's War (1980)
Starring: Patrick Pankhurst
Offbeat comedy with religious overtones about spiritual warfare between God and the devil in a small Iowa town.

Young Heroes (1986)
Running Time: 90 mins Color

Nazis invade Romania for possession and control of its oil fields.