Boy Meets World: : -- US Home Video Trailer from Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Cravings -- Trailer for this horror about a woman with a taste for blood
Boy Meets World: : -- Adolescent Cory Matthews grows up, and faces problems with friends, family, and school.
Cravings -- Nina (Jaime Winstone), a troubled teen, is fixated on an uninterrupted feast of destruction when she's forced to confront her immortality and twisted blood lust. Trapped between light and dark, psychosis and reality, between the living and the dead, she'll stop at nothing to satiate her cravings. Every addiction has a price and usually it's the cost of a life. Her price will be life too...but never her own.
Happily Divorced: Season 2: Episode 3 -- When Glen mistakes a dying battery for a cricket in his phone, Fran worries that her father is finally getting old... But when he buys a motorcycle, Fran is afraid that he may have finally lost his mind.
This season brings new challenges for Cory when he has to deal with his father's identity crisis and his brother Eric's feelings that he has disappointed his family by not getting into college.
Heading into its seventh season, the long-running TGIF hit Boy Meets World finds Cory Matthews, now a sophomore at Pennbrook College, struggling to repair his engagement to Topanga.
Cory, Shawn and Topanga begin their senior year at John Adams High School, excited by the prospect that they're embarking on the best year of their lives. William Daniels, Will Friedle, Betsy Randle, William Russ and Lindsay Ridgeway also return.
In the second season of the ABC series Boy Meets World, it's a whole new world for Cory Matthews. This half-hour comedy series takes a look at the pains and pleasures which occur as young boys become young men and adolescence runs it's course.
Love is a many confusing thing for 11-year-old Cory Matthews - especially when his older brother begins dating and his teacher who lives next door insists that Cory study romance!
Watching Cory Matthews and his friends navigate the sometimes daunting but always interesting life moments of adolesence continues, as the now more mature gang embarks excitedly on the freshman year of college in the sixth season.
It's back to the classroom for Boy Meets World, starring Ben Savage as Cory Matthews, whose teenage life gets further-complicated this season, as he tries to woo his woman back from his best friend.
It's a fur-to-riches story as Danny -- a spunky, wise-crackin' cat with moves like Fred Astaire -- heads to Hollywood on a quest to overcome the 'species barrier' and become a dancing movie legend.
Daddy's Girl movie trailer - starring William Katt, Michele Greene, Roxana Zal, Mimi Craven, Gabrielle Boni. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
Trailer for Daddy's Girl.
Daddy's Girl is a chilling psychological horror feature. Heavily influenced by cult Japanese horror, the film uses striking imagery to tell this dark, haunting story.
Stephen (Richard Harrington) is a psychiatrist struggling to hold his life together. Enduring perpetual grief over the violent death of his beautiful wife, his life is fraught with pain and tragedy. Surviving only through his copious intake of prescribed drugs, Stephen is anxious to return to work. When a close colleague at the hospital takes pity on him and reinstates him as Duty Psychologist, Stephen is soon confronted with a troubled teenage girl called Nina (Jaime Winstone). With an obsession for cutting herself and a seemingly increasing blood-lust, Nina displays sinister behaviour which begins to push the boundaries of teenage angst. Are her actions merely a symptom of an unhappy home life or are they rooted in a much more sinister cause?
Set in bleak and ominous locations, Daddy's Girl will drag you through seduction, manipulation, wilful betrayal and a haunting that refuses to desist.
Daddy's Girl exploits the increasingly blurred distinction between psychosis and reality. It explores the fragile relationships between people and the explosive metamorphoses that comes with adolescence. It is a film that asks questions that you do not always want to know the answers to.
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