Bill Cosby and Robert Culp ("I Spy") are united again as private eyes in this Walter Hill-scripted "film noir." Searching for a missing girl, they find themselves involved with vicious criminals and precipitating a string of deaths.
Fred Schepisi's film, 'The Devil's Playground' is an intimate portrait of Tom, a thirteen-year-old struggling in spirit and body with the constraints of living in a Catholic seminary. It is... See full summary »
STONY ISLAND tells the story of Richie Bloom (Richie Davis), the only white kid on the block, as he forms an R&B band with his best friend, Kevin (Edward Stoney Robinson). With the help of ... See full summary »
Edward Stoney Robinson,
George Englund Jr.
It's 1981 and the girls of Alpha Gamma Theta sorority are having a party. As the new pledges arrive, so does an uninvited guest. Little do the sisters know someone is watching them in the ... See full summary »
E. Ray Goodwin,
Jason Jay Crabtree
If you are of the age when you were lucky enough to remember the golden age of the Slasher, these are still interesting to watch even now. Somehow the idea of a scary film is diminished with the more money spent on it which is why there are so few that work currently. Paranormal Activity (1st one) did really work for me and again, perhaps it's because it had so little spent on it. Final Terror today is of course unlikely to scare you but going back to these films that scared me as a child, is similar to going back to the records you used to listen to. There are those that have stood the test of time better than this but i still like the premises of these films, particularly the back story highlighting the killer's motives/reasons. Probably one of the more unusual features of this is that as well as the obvious actors, who went on to bigger and better, several of the cast certainly seemed to have maintained fairly active careers.
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