In this chilling thriller from director John Carpenter, a young woman is sent to a mental institution with a past as dark and haunted as her own.
Acclaimed director John Carpenter makes his long awaited return to the screen with a thriller about a young woman in a 1960s mental institution who becomes terrorized by malevolent unseen forces.
Winner of the Sundance Film Festival's Audience Award, writer-director Paul Greengrass' "magnetic and impassioned"* drama is a "staggering re-creation"** of the events of Sunday, January 30th, 1972 when British troops clashed with unarmed protestors in Derry, Northern Ireland.
A dramatization of the Irish civil rights protest march and subsequent massacre by British troops on January 30, 1972.
This documentary-style drama focuses on the Irish civil rights protest held on Sunday, January 30th, 1972. When British troops clashed with unarmed protestors in Derry, Northern Ireland, the massacre left thirteen dead and many others wounded.
A man finds his loyalty to a gangster vanishing when he runs into an old friend who ended up marrying the girl he had feelings for as a young boy.
JAMES SPADER AND ROBERT DOWNEY JR. STAR IN THE ULTIMATE ‘80S HIGH SCHOOL SHOWDOWN! Morgan Hiller (James Spader), recently transplanted from an East Coast prep school where he was a known troublemaker, hopes to make a fresh start at his new school in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, he gets off on the wrong foot when he breaks up an attempted mugging by Nick Hauser (Paul Mones) and his gang, the Tuffs. Now, the Tuffs are after Morgan and it doesn't help that Nick's girlfriend Frankie (Kim Richards) is interested in the handsome newcomer. Welcome to the mean streets of TUFF TURF!
There's bound to be trouble when the cool, rebellious new kid in school sets his sights on the hottie girlfriend of the school's tough guy.
Morgan Hiller, recently transplanted from an East Coast prep school where he was a known troublemaker, hopes to make a fresh start at his new school in Los Angeles.