Omen III: The Final Conflict -- The Antichrist prepares to fulfil biblical prophesy, murder the newly born infant Christ and take the Earth as his own.
Omen III: The Final Conflict -- The now adult Antichrist plots to eliminate his future divine opponent while a cabal of monks plot to stop him.
Toy Soldiers -- In this carefully crafted suspense thriller, a group of problem students at an exclusive Northeastern prep school band together to wage a desperate and deadly campaign against terrorists who lay siege to their school in an effort to free a Colombian drug lord from an American prison.
Toy Soldiers -- When terrorists sieze control of a boarding school, a group of trouble-making boys decide to resist them.
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God Told Me To was recorded and produced by JOHN 5, Chris Baseford (Rob Zombie, Tommy Lee) and Bob Marlette (Sebastian Bach, Black Sabbath) in 2011. The cover art for the album is illustrated by none other than Rob Zombie, who is also tapping JOHN 5 to score the entirety of his upcoming film, ‘The Lords of Salem’. JOHN 5’s resume has seen him work with some of the most renowned musicians in the industry (Rob Halford, Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie to name a few), and has cemented his name into the annals of rock history.
The DVD portion of the release is hosted by retro-style horror-host Mike Odd and takes a look inside the world of JOHN 5 during his terrifying trip into the realm of God Told Me To. The DVD features footage of JOHN 5 in the studio while working on the new album, exclusive videos taken on tour, a peek inside the photo shoot for his 2011 remix album Remixploitation, and more.
The students of a boys prep school fight back against Colombian terrorists who have invaded them.
A New York detective investigates a series of murders committed by random New Yorkers who claim that "God told them to."
Justice and the traditional code of military honor clash when a black cadet is court-martialed for faking a brutal assualt on himself. True story of one of the darkest events in US military history.
Ed Asner stars as Lou Grant, a battle-toughened veteran of the news wars who is hired by his old friend, Charlie Hume, as the city editor of the Los Angeles Tribune.
In the second season, Lou and his fellow reporters investigate unethical doctors, organized crime, racism, terminal illness, violence in inner-city high schools, Vietnam veterans, illegal immigration, terrorism and more.
In the third season, Lou and his fellow reporters investigate corrupt church officials, medical research, gambling, mental illness, children's rights, a teacher's alleged sexual misconduct with a student, pharmaceutical side-effects, censorship, plagiarism and more, and struggle with sensationalistic coverage of politicians' private lives and a victim's right to privacy.
Disappointing sequel in which the special-effects expert from the first installment is hired to use his talents to recover invaluable artifacts stolen from the Vatican.