In a twisted modern version of 'Little Red Riding Hood', a teenage runaway headed for refuge at her grandmother's house encounters a criminally insane child psychologist.
Con artists plan to fleece the eccentric family using an accomplice who claims to be their long lost Uncle Fester
Robots movie trailer - starring Robin Williams, Ewan McGregor, Halle Berry, Mel Brooks, Amanda Bynes, Drew Carey. Directed by Chris Wedge. Theatrical Release Date: 3/11/2005
Alien Resurrection starring Dan Hedaya, Ron Perlman, Michael Wincott, Sigourney
Quirky fable of a physically and spiritually terminally ill office worker who makes a deal with a business tycoon to sacrifice himself to a volcano on a remote South Seas island. Extremely subtle ironic humor!
Blood Simple movie trailer - starring M. Emmet Walsh, Frances McDormand, Dan Hedaya, John Getz, Samm-Art Williams, Deborah Neumann. Directed by Joel Coen. Genre: Drama
The relationship between a sports writer and his 7 year old son is put to the test when the boy enters the world of championship chess.
New Suit movie trailer - starring Marisa Coughlan, Jordan Bridges. Theatrical Release Date: 5/2/2003
A federal agent sets out to find the man who murdered his partner - his quarry turns out to be the vicious henchman of a con-artist on the run from the mob!
No Air. No Escape. No Time. When a commuter tunnel caves in at the peak of rush hour, you know who must risk everything to rescue the trapped survivors.
Dano stars as Louis Ives, a daydreaming writer who fashions himself a modern day F. Scott Fitzgerald, who sets out for New York to make a name for himself. He rents a room from the eccentric Henry Harrison (Kline), a failed but brilliant playwright who lately finds work as an "extra man", an escort for wealthy society widows. The two form an unexpected bond, and Henry introduces Louis to a fantastic cast of eccentric characters that could only be found in New York.
A harrowing psychological thriller from a widely acclaimed filmmaker, Daylight pits a couple lost in America against a conniving gang of kidnappers, in David Barker's rigorous and personal re-imagining of the genre film. Despite its familiar genre elements, Daylight is different - a powerful, shocking piece of vigorous cinema, which fuses eroticism and tenderness with the harrowing weight of pregnancy and kidnapping.
This isn't about what you want.
On their way to a wedding, Danny and Irene pick up a hitchhiker - throwing the film in the direction of the conventional rural kidnapper thriller. But with the skill of director David Barker and his miraculous cast and crew, Daylight emerges as much, much more than just another exploitation picture. Kidnappers Renny, Leo, and Murphy enact a bizarre and terrifying ritual of politeness, endowing such scenes as the passing of a bread knife at a kitchen table with a threat of ferocious violence - but also trust.
One thing leads to the next thing. Right now, this is the thing.
Alexandra Meierhans - pregnant as the character Irene, and pregnant in real life - delivers an astonishing performance as the female lead. Simultaneously vulnerable and dangerous, a captive and a seductress, she somehow struggles to survive and endure, bringing the audience along with her through to the shattering conclusion.
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