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    Black rainbow

    • Year Released: 1989
    Black Rainbow is a 1989 supernatural thriller film directed by Mike Hodges and filmed in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Rosanna Arquette stars as Martha Travis, a medium who helps members of her audience make contact with deceased relatives. Things take a turn for the worse when she foretells the violent death of Mary Kuron's (Linda Pierce) husband Tom (Olek Krupa). The situation grows increasingly volatile and soon Martha finds herself predicting the death of her father, Walter (Jason Robards). Black Rainbow was critically acclaimed by the critic but did not get the release it deserved in both the UK and US release. At the time both production companies that distributed film Palace Films in the United Kingdom and Miramax for the USA were suffering financially so the film only had a token release. Variety said Black Rainbow was Mike Hodges best film since Get Carter. The film was originally picked up by Miramax for a theatrical release that never came to be. The film was shown at theaters overseas as well as shown at various film festivals. The film was finally released on videocassette on 9 January 1992 by Media Home Entertainment and 20th Century Fox. In 2005, Trinity Home
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    Children of the corn: the final sacrifice

    • Year Released: 1993
    Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice is the sequel to the 1984 movie Children of the Corn. This sequel, directed by David F. Price, stars Terence Knox, Ryan Bollman, Ned Romero, and Paul Scherrer. The film was released in theatres by Dimension Films in January 1993, with the video release handled by Paramount Pictures. Several sequels followed this movie, all but one of which were released directly to video. The plot involves Hemingford, Nebraska, a town near Gatlin (the original film's setting). The people of Hemingford decide to adopt the surviving sadistic, savages of children in Gatlin, intending to help the children start new lives. Unfortunately for the well-meaning locals, the children go out to the cornfield where one of the corn cult members, Micah, has been possessed by a demon sent by He Who Walks Behind The Rows, the demonic entity the cult worships. Over the course of one weekend, the children kill everyone in the town. Film production began at the end of spring 1992, and shooting began in summer 1992 in Liberty, North Carolina. Most of the cast were locals, including the children. The scene involving an elderly woman flying through a store window after her
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    Cяazy people

    • Year Released: 1990
    Crazy People is a 1990 comedy film starring Dudley Moore and Daryl Hannah, and directed by Tony Bill. Emory Leeson is an advertising executive who experiences a nervous breakdown. He designs a series of "truthful" advertisements, blunt and bawdy and of no use to his boss Drucker's firm. One of his colleagues, Stephen Bachman, checks him into a psychiatric hospital. Emory goes into group therapy under the care of Dr. Liz Baylor and meets other voluntary patients, such as the lovely and vulnerable Kathy Burgess. There is also George, who can only speak one word: "Hello." By mistake, Emory's advertisements get printed and the new campaign turns out to be a tremendous success. Campaigns like: "Jaguar — For men who'd like hand-jobs from beautiful women they hardly know." and "Volvo — they're boxy but they're good." Drucker grabs credit for the ads. He assigns Stephen and the rest of his employees to design similar new ad campaigns featuring so-called honesty in advertising, but nothing works. Emory is approached in the sanitarium about creating new ads himself. He insists that his fellow mental patients also be involved and suitably rewarded for their work, transforming the sanitarium
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    I know what you did last summer

    • Year Released: 1997
    I Know What You Did Last Summer is a 1997 American horror film based loosely off the book by Lois Duncan of the same name. The film stars Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe and Freddie Prinze Jr. The screenplay was written by Kevin Williamson, writer of Scream. The film was followed by two sequels, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer and the straight-to-DVD release I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer. The latter film did not star any of the cast from the previous two films. The film received negative reviews from critics. However, the film was highly successful, grossing $125,500,000 at the box office. It was also nominated for and won multiple awards. As a result the film has been parodied and referenced in popular culture. After winning a beauty pageant, Helen (Sarah Michelle Gellar), along with Julie (Jennifer Love Hewitt), Barry (Ryan Phillippe), and Ray (Freddie Prinze Jr.) go out of town to celebrate. Returning in Barry's new car, they hit and apparently kill a man, who is unknown to them. They dump the corpse in the ocean and agree to never discuss again what had happened. One year later, Julie is returning home from college. She has not
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    Terror in the night

    • Year Released: 1994
    Terror in the Night is a 1994 thriller drama film written by Denise DeGarmo, Randy Ritchie and Alan Landsburg and directed by Colin Bucksey.
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