Four tales of horror based on Rod Serling's classic TV series, including remakes of several great episodes.
Something very strange is happening in the quiet town coastal village of Potters Bluff where tourists and transients are warmly welcomed, then brutally murdered. But even more shocking is when these slain strangers suddenly reappear as normal, friendly citizens around town. Now the local sheriff (James Farentino of THE FINAL COUNTDOWN) and an eccentric mortician (Oscar winner Jack Albertson in his final feature film performance) must uncover the horrific secret of a community where some terrifying traditions are alive and well...and no one is ever really DEAD & BURIED.
The Enterprise and its crew are drawn into a renegade Vulcan's obsessive quest to learn the secrets of the universe.
Bill Quinn with Christmas tree for me discusses how to select a unique Christmas tree that matches your style.
James Rockford, after spending time in prison, now spends his time as a private detective.
Advise & Consent -- A controversial political appointee triggers DC gamesmanship and scandal. Henry Fonda, Walter Pidgeon and Charles Laughton in Otto Preminger's film of Allen Drury's best seller.
From the Terrace -- An ambitious young executive chooses a loveless marriage and an unfulfilling personal life in exchange for a successful Wall Street career.
From the Terrace -- Trailer for this film based on the novel
Advise & Consent -- Trailer for this political drama
This is the fifth film in the Star Trek series.
Here, Kirk meets Spock's half brother who takes his ship.
Following the events of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, the crew of the USS Enterprise is enjoying some well deserved shore leave. The newly christened starship's shakedown cruise goes poorly and is in Earth Spacedock for repairs. In Yosemite, Captain James T. Kirk faces two challenges: climbing El Capitan, and teaching camp fire songs to Captain Spock. Unfortunately, their rest is interrupted when the crew is sent on an urgent mission to rescue hostages on the desolate planet of Nimbus III.
A Klingon commander named Klaa learns of the Enterprise's mission and pursues so that he can capture or kill Kirk. His actions are not authorized by the Klingon government, however, and he takes this quest on merely to obtain personal prestige as a warrior.
Teaser trailer for Twilight Zone: The Movie.
Four horror/sci-fi segments directed by four famous directors which are their own versions of classic stories from Rod Serling's landmark television series.
Robert A. Leffingwell (Henry Fonda) is nominated to be Secretary of State of the United States. Leffingwell has been hand-picked by a second-term President (Franchot Tone), who is seriously ill.
The Senate, using its advise and consent powers, must either approve or deny the appointment. Under the watchful eye of Vice President Harley Hudson (Lew Ayres), there is a heated battle on the Senate floor between supporters and opponents of the President.
The senators fighting it out in public and in private include the veteran Dixiecrat-like Senator Seabright Cooley (Charles Laughton) of South Carolina, who despises Leffingwell for personal as well as political reasons, and Majority Leader Senator Bob Munson (Walter Pidgeon) of Michigan, the president's strongest ally. A committee appointed to assess the nominee is headed by freshman Utah Senator Brigham Anderson (Don Murray), who finds himself blackmailed by Wyoming Senator Fred Van Ackerman (George Grizzard). To neutralize Anderson, who wants Leffingwell's name to be withdrawn, Van Ackerman threatens to dredge up a homosexual incident in Anderson's past, which results in Anderson's suicide.
Herbert Gelman (Burgess Meredith) is a witness who testifies that Leffingwell has a Communist past.
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