In the smallest of Florida towns a lone well driller, Joe, works gathering geological samples for a university study. Unknowingly, Joe unearths more than just primordial muck from deep ... See full summary »
In 1994 South Korea, a female North Korean spy integrates herself as a housekeeper for U.S. military officer to steal classified documents, but soon worries about her cover when she falls for the teenage son of the officer.
A thesis picture: is Western Europe turning a blind eye to the dangers of Islamic fundamentalism? Professor Alceo Bandini believes so. He writes and lectures to a few students at a Roman ... See full summary »
Thomas Murray and Amanda have just moved to Paris. He works for a bank owned by Amanda's father Arthur Trevane. Amanda decides that she does not like Paris, so she goes back to London. ... See full summary »
Night Visions is an anthology series similar to The Twilight Zone - some tales are supernatural, others are just commentaries on twisted human nature. Each hour episode is made up of two half-hour episodes aired back-to-back.
This half-hour anthology show usually featured a woman in hardship, musing about might-have-beens, or fighting for her life, such as a woman being visited by the ghost of the child she ... See full summary »
DARK REALMS has been running again on Chiller. Eric Roberts was the (mostly ineffective) host of this short-lived horror/fantasy anthology series. Some episodes were downright silly, like the one about a tiger biting a lady -- in an office, mind you. Others were more convincing like the one about a guy who must face all the people he wronged in life and another about two brothers trapped in a house party that isn't quite what it seems. Problem is, the series, like TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE before it, was shot on the ultracheap with as few sets and actors as possible. And as little action as possible. And no special effects to speak of. And it shows, even in the best episodes. This is no "Tales From The Crypt" or "Twilight Zone," although heaven knows it tried to be. And it was a Canadian job to boot, which should tell you plenty. Only THE X-FILES could get away with being a Canadian job (notice how badly that show fell off when it relocated to L.A.).
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