Wise-cracking ex-detective Nick Trayne is called in to try to find the whereabouts of wealthy kidnap victim Walter Craig. Craig unexpectedly turns up alive but with apparent brain damage, leaving him in a zombified state. Trayne and his perky assistant Billie Hilton have their work cut out for them as they must sift through a […]
Truckers form a mile long “convoy” in support of a trucker’s vendetta with an abusive sheriff…Based on the country song of same title by C.W. McCall. Director: Sam Peckinpah Writers: Bill Norton (screen story) (as B.W.L. Norton), Bill Norton (screenplay) (as B.W.L. Norton) Stars: Kris Kristofferson, Ali MacGraw, Ernest Borgnine
An ex-gangster who after being released from prison attempts to get on the straight and narrow. When that doesn’t work out, he is pulled back into crime, building his empire as a kingpin, only to have it taken away as fast as he gained it. Director: Alex Magaña Writers: Jason DeRoss, Alex Magaña Stars: Mr. […]
“The Steel Jungle” Plot – A power struggle emerges among convicts condemned to prison life. According to Beverly Garland, this film was not as good as it should have been because Perry Lopez was not a good actor. She felt there were many scenes where she performed well, but the scene had to be redone […]
John Tossel’s parents have surrounded him with everything that money can buy, but his life seems empty. As he searches for something else, Emma draws him to a youth retreat and John attends with his friends Hope and Nevil. While there, he is kidnapped by escaped cons. Investigator Marv Headly comes to the aid of […]
This unabashed propaganda film is most popularly known as Reefer Madness, but originally known by the title Tell Your Children, a dead giveaway, has become a cult classic of comically bad cinema due to its dated, alarmist views on the dangers of “marijuana addiction” and the exaggerated symptoms thereof. After the onscreen prologue that declares […]
Purportedly true story of the affair between singer Phyllis McGuire, and Mafia boss Sam Giancana, famous for his alleged connections to John F Kennedy and Frank Sinatra. EN Director: John N. Smith Writers: Martyn Burke, William F. Roemer Jr. (book) Stars: John Turturro, Mary-Louise Parker, Elias Koteas | See full cast & crew
The Gift is a 1979 made-for-television film directed by Don Taylor and starring Glenn Ford, Gary Frank, Julie Harris and Kevin Bacon. A sailor on Christmas leave visits his boozing, one-legged father and dreamer mother in 1950’s Brooklyn.
Dorothy Malone, Ed Nelson, Tim O’Connor, Christopher Connelly and Joyce Jillson from the original 1964 TV series Peyton Place return for a made-for-tv special from 1977. Co-starring Janet Margolin, Marj Dusay, David Hedison, Stella Stevens, Jonathan Goldsmith, Charlotte Stewart and Linda Gray.