“In season four of Continuum, Kiera Cameron (Rachel Nichols, Criminal Minds, Alias) and the mysterious time traveler, Brad Tonkin (Ryan Robbins, Falling Skies, The Killing) must battle the Future Soldiers who arrived in a flash of light in the last moments of season three. Meanwhile, Kiera’s alliance with the remaining members of Liber8 challenges her relationship with both Carlos (Victor Webster, Castle, Melrose Place) and Alec Sadler (Erik Knudsen, Jericho, Scream 4). Kiera must also face off against Kellog (Stephen Lobo, Arctic Air, Smallville), who is using every option available to him to become the ruler of a dark future built in his image. Ultimately Kiera is put to the test when the dream of potentially reuniting with her family is reignited.”
“A handsome young couple finds the perfect live-in babysitter to look after their newborn child. It seems like a fairy tale, until ancient, supernatural forces turn the couples dream into a nightmare.
In his first horror film since The Exorcist, Oscar-winning director William Friedkin spins a terrifying tale based on every parent’s worst fear. Jenny Seagrove (Local Hero) portrays the enchanting guardian who enters the home of new parents Dwier Brown (Red Dragon) and Carey Lowell (Licence to Kill) possessing impeccable references and an affinity for children. But as her true intentions are revealed, the battle for the child’s soul begins in this chilling film based on Dan Greenburg’s popular novel, The Nanny.”
“Utilizing a dangerous and untested method of time travel, a man from the post-apocalyptic future, James Cole, (Aaron Stanford, Nikita, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand) travels to the present day on a mission to locate and eradicate the source of a deadly plague that will decimate the human race. But as he and virologist, Dr. Cassandra Railly (Amanda Schull, Suits, Center Stage), track the mysterious cult behind the outbreak, the “Army of the 12 Monkeys”, the effects of time travel threaten to destroy humanity’s last hope. Tense, haunting and daring, 12 Monkeys is a “fast-paced, sci-fi, thriller,” (Mary McNamara – LA Times) to experience again and again.”
“One night, when Luther was a boy, he discovered that there was something different about him – he enjoyed the taste of blood. Following in the footsteps of others like him, Luther became a geek: a deranged man who bites the heads off of live chickens in exchange for booze or money. Now, decades later, Luther is about to be paroled from prison and is ready to return to his home town, fitted with a set of razor sharp, metal teeth, and an unquenchable thirst for human blood… Directed by Carlton Albright (THE CHILDREN), LUTHER THE GEEK is a bloody and bleak rural slasher featuring gruesome gore courtesy of William Purcell (EXORCIST 3) and Mike Tristano (EVIL DEAD 2) in what Fangoria called “the most riveting splatter film since THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE.””
“Beautiful and young Catholic schoolgirl Betty (Angel) is waiting to meet her friend for an innocent and fun filled weekend. After dozing off, she awakens to find that the world isn’t quite as innocent and pure as she thought and soon finds herself trapped in a nightmarish world of sexual perversions. Her adventures introduce her to the debauched habits of everyone from the kindly Nun and Father at her school (Lisa De Leeuw and Michael Morrison), her unabashedly kinky friend (Ginger Lynn), and even a perverted undertaker (Harry Reems)!
Produced by internationally acclaimed erotic photographer, Suze Randall, TOO NAUGHTY TO SAY NO is a devilishly clever and supremely erotic story of sexual awakening filled with some of the biggest names in X rated films of the 80s!”
“A brilliant computer scientist has just finished work on his greatest creation: a super computer with the ability to transform the personalities of bad and disobedient people. In anticipation of sharing his work with the scientific community, the scientist invites a fellow expert to test the machine on a group of debauched young women. Little does he know that his colleague intends to use the computer to turn their subjects into bloodthirsty mutants!
NIGHTMARE WEEKEND is a non-stop assault on the senses. Head explosions, gratuitous nudity and softcore sex, bikers, roller-skating, and a telepathic hand puppet named George rank NIGHTMARE WEEKEND among the weirdest and most jaw droppingly absurd horror films of the 1980s.”
“In the not too distant future, the earth and all humanity have been destroyed. All that is left of the human race is Star Virgin, an innocent girl living out her life on a spaceship with her robot companion, Mentor. However,Star Virgin isn’t content remaining innocent her entire life and pesters Mentor into teaching her about the origins of life and sex. As Mentor reluctantly begins sharing his stories of lust, Star Virgin becomes less and less able to control her desires, leading to an outrageous finale!
Directed by Howard Ziehm (Flesh Gordon), Star Virgin is a clever and funny anthology of erotic vignettes! Starring Hustler Honey, Kari Klark as Star Virgin, and featuring Hillary Summers, Mike Ranger and Tantala Ray, Star Virgin is the X rated comedy of the future!”
“Demons haunt Tina after she begins to open the case of the murderer who claimed the lives of school children in her town. Her devotion to the case manifests frightening paranormal activities and the spirits haunt her day and night. She reaches out to a priest who sheds light on the situation. She soon realizes she must endure terror if she is to find this bloody murderer.”
D: Victor Bertini
1980 / 80 min / Color / 1.85:1
Robin (Arcadia Lake) and Alan’s (Eric Edwards) marriage isn’t what it was one year earlier when they first wed. As their sexual chemistry diminishes, they begin to loathe each other, only to seek sexual satisfaction with others. Can their wanton lust ultimately save their love?
D: Alexander Kubelka
1979 / 82 min / Color / 1.85:1
A tale of a sordid family and their perversely erotic lifestyle, BELLA stars the beautiful Tracey Adams in one of her finest performances. Also featuring Eric Edwards, Arcadia Lake, and cinematography by acclaimed filmmaker Carter Stevens.
Combined cast: Eric Edwards, Arcadia Lake, Tracey Adams, Samantha Fox”
“From the wild imagination of director Sato Hisayasu (Splatter: Naked Blood), one of a group of directors known as the Four Devils (who made their mark in the softcore pink film genre in the late 1980 s), comes a twisted tale of revenge via plant life in the terrifying Hana-Dama: The Origin.
Bullied Japanese high school student Mizuki (Sakuragi Rina, Girl s Blood) has the ultimate revenge on her teenage tormentors in this horror-fest tinged with dark humor.
Possessed by a powerful spirit, Mizuki sprouts a mysterious flower from her head which empowers her with deadly skills to exact revenge, with bloody consequences, against the bullying classmates led by mean girl Aya (Nakamura Eriko, August In Tokyo).
Hana-Dama: The Origin features supporting performances by Shimamura Maika, Fujiwara Kei and Asada Shun.”
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