When Ann Lake goes to pick up her daughter after her first day of school, the little girl is nowhere to be found. With a Scotland Yard inspector finding no criminal evidence of abduction and no further trace of the girl’s disappearance, Ann’s brother Steven decides to take matters into his own hands.
Archive for March, 2014
Bobby (John Laughlin) and Amy Grady (Annie Potts) are married, with children, but not wealthy enough for Amy’s taste. In order to make some more money to keep Amy happy, Bobby takes on some extra night work conducting surveillance on a woman – Joanna Crane (Kathleen Turner) – at the behest of Joanna’s employer. Bobby is shocked to discover that Joanna is leading a double life as a clothing designer by day and exotic $50 hooker called “China Blue” by night; he’s even more shocked when he realizes he’s attracted to her despite being married. Aside from decency, the biggest obstacle to their potential happiness is the unhinged street preacher Rev. Peter Shayne (Anthony Perkins) who’s stalking Joanna because he wants to “save” her.
Preachers are like that.
The bus transporting a schoolgirl choir breaks down in the woods at the same time a quartet of maniacs has broken loose from their LSD “dream therapy.” Those maniacs become very happy to have a nice cache of nubile victims since the dream therapy was presented to them as a way that they could satisfy their desires and, thus, heal their various psychoses….
When Dan Kristensen (Klaus Tange) returns to his apartment, he finds the door locked from the inside. After a forced entry, he discovers his wife has vanished. His search for answers within the apartment complex draws him into a nightmarish scenario that will have him questioning his own sanity.
When a prominent politician disappears overnight in a London subway station, Scotland Yard’s inspector Calhoun (Donald Pleasance) starts his investigation with questioning eyewitness couple Alex (David Ladd) and Patricia (Sharon Gurney). With more mutilated bodies popping up, they soon realize that the answer they’re looking for lies deep underneath the streets of London.
The Irish-rooted Michael Marler (Nicol Williamson) is a businessman living and working in London. His arrogance and determination has brought him success and a marriage on the verge of a breakdown. When he learns that his father has had a serious accident, he promptly drives back to his Liverpool hometown to reunite with his estranged family.
When Sergeant Neil Howie (Edward Woodward) travels to the remote island of Summerisle to investigate rumors of the disappearance of a young girl, he slowly finds himself entangled in a mystery leading to a clash of cultures and religious extremities.
In the small countryside town of Midwich, the whole population suddenly embraces an unnatural sleep. When they wake up shortly after, life just seems to go back to normal as if nothing happened. Until two months later, when all fertile women in the area have become pregnant.
After being abducted by aliens three years earlier Sam (Phillip Sayer) returns to earth and reunites himself with his wife Rachel (Bernice Stegers) and son Tony (Simon Nash). While Sam was away Rachel moved on with her life and started seeing Joe (Danny Brainin) and after the arrival of Sam at the couples flat Joe begins to suspect that Sam is not all that he appears to be.