Dangerous minds just turned deadly. A predatory high school student is found murdered: was it a gang hit? An act of sudden rage? Or did a once-idealistic teacher finally snap?
Superhero Movie movie trailer - starring Christopher McDonald, Leslie Nielsen, Sara Paxton, Kevin Hart, Brent Spiner, Drake Bell. Directed by Craig Mazin. Theatrical Release Date: 3/28/2008
In this campy chiller, a college couple, in 1959, see an object plummet to Earth like a meteor. The boy accidentally swallows a space-slug that shoots out. In 1986, two freshmen roam the campus and stumble across the corpse of the boy who swallowed the space-slug. Once thawed out, the corpse comes to life.
Radioactive waste illegally stored in the tunnels of New York City is responsible for a race of cannibalistic humanoid underground dwellers. Note the early appearances of several big names.
Three kids gradually befriend a Russian sailor who has washed up on the beach near their Florida home.
A new L.A. high school teacher enters a nightmare classroom situation where students are openly hostile and crime is rampant - when will he hit his breaking point? An intense drama!
Eddie Murphy production in which 1930s Harlem nightclub owners wage war with a mobster over their turf. Exciting cast can't save this disappointment.
Episodic tale of devilish teenagers in a strict 1960's Catholic high-school features a talented cast. Contains some raunchy bits.
At Jerry's place: a baby shower, an illegal cable hookup and George coping with 'the worst date (Christine Dunford) of my life.'
From the black and white prologue, confirmed as 1959, Johnny (Ken Heron) and Pam (Alice Cadogan) observe what we know is an alien capsule falling from the sky, and earthbound trouble on the radio, in Night Of The Creeps, 1986.
On an ill-defined fraternity pledge dare, J-C (Steve Marshall) and Chris (Jason Lively) discover there really is a cryogenic lab on campus, with a specimen we've seen before, David Paymer the distracted attendant, in Night Of The Creeps, 1986.
The impromptu introduction of the dreaming hero detective Cameron (Tom Atkins), flashing back to the murder from 1959, then called by Raimi (Bruce Solomon) to the present-day escape of a murderous frozen teenager, in Night Of The Creeps, 1986.
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