At the end of the Civil War, a band of sharp-shooting cowgirls plot revenge on the townspeople that have done them wrong.
A story of courage, brutality and redemption set during the American Civil War. Devastated by the horrors of war, their families torn apart and their homes destroyed, a gang of women wreaks vengeance upon the society.
Sally Field leads an all-star cast in this sidesplittingly funny look at a scandal-ridden TV soap opera. Kevin Kline, Robert Downey, Jr., Whoopi Goldberg, Cathy Moriarty and Elisabeth Shue star as the zany cast and crew of The Sun Also Sets, America's hottest "soap," where on-screen drama and off-screen craziness combine for outrageous hilarity! There's enough dirty laundry to keep everyone in hot water in this unadulterated comedy hit that's "99 and 44/100 percent fun!" - Joel Siegel, Good Morning America.
An ambitious TV soap actress connives with her producer to scuttle the career of the show's long-time star, but nothing works as they plan.
An ambitious TV soap actress connives with her producer to scuttle the career of the show's long-time star, but nothing works as they plan. There's enough dirty laundry to keep everyone in hot water in this unadulterated comedy.
It's called a Ouija Board, and it's been used for thousands of years to communicate with the souls of the afterworld. For beautiful Linda Brewster ('80s vixen Tawny Kitaen), it brings the playful ghost of a dead ten-year-old boy. But when the friendly spirit develops a sudden taste for violent murder and demonic possession, Linda's boyfriend (Todd Allen) and her former lover (Stephen Nichols of TV's GENERAL HOSPITAL, DAYS OF OUR LIVES) must race to destroy this ferocious portal of the damned. This is no game; this is Witchboard!
Ga-young who envies big showy houses, encounters spirits of houses in her shabby neighborhood.
Shortly after moving to a declining downtown neighborhood, a young woman comes to sympathize the sad and forlorn spirits of each abandoned residence.
Reeling from his recent divorce and the disappearance of his son, a novelist and Vietnam vet moves into a strange house left to him by his late aunt.
How to describe Nobuhiko Obayashi’s indescribable 1977 movieHouse (Hausu)? As a psychedelic ghost tale? A stream-of-consciousness bedtime story? An episode of Scooby-Doo as directed by Mario Bava? Any of the above will do for this hallucinatory head trip about a schoolgirl who travels with six classmates to her ailing aunt’s creaky country home and comes face-to-face with evil spirits, a demonic house cat, a bloodthirsty piano, and other ghoulish visions, all realized by Obayashi via mattes, animation, and collage effects. Equally absurd and nightmarish, House might have been beamed to Earth from some other planet. Never before available on home video in the United States, it’s one of the most exciting cult discoveries in years.
Since their young daughter died in a tragic accident, Jack and Stephanie have built walls around their hearts that the other can't possibly penetrate. But their inner darkness is child's play compared to the evil that lurks in the walls of their House. Imprisoned with another troubled couple in a house of true horrors, Jack and Stephanie are forced to play a one-night game of life and death with a crazed murderer… and each other. When they come face-to-face with evil, they discover it is instantly recognizable.