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The Satan BugDirector: John Sturges
Newly Re-mastered in HD! The Message is clear: put an end to war research, or prepare for the end of the Earth. Officials have no doubt about the madman's ability to carry out his threat; they know he has access to The Satan Bug.
The Honey PotDirector: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Screen legend Rex Harrison (My Fair Lady) stars in this comic charmer as Cecil Sheridan Fox, a sly, wealthy man who pretends to be dying in order to test the love of his former mistresses. But a household full of greed and jealousy leads to trouble, as Cecil soon finds out that he's way over his head as one of his mistresses decides to speed up his funeral.
Harry in Your PocketDirector: Bruce Geller
James Coburn (A Reason to Live, A Reason to Die), Michael Sarrazin (They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?), Trish Van Devere (The Day of the Dolphin) and a scene-stealing Walter Pidgeon (Man Hunt) play a highly professional team of pickpockets roaming through varying cityscapes in the U.S. and Canada, preying upon the innocent with disturbing charm. This engaging crime drama with an undercurrent of subtle humor was beautifully shot by the great Fred J. Koenekamp (Papillon) and features a memorable score by legendary composer Lalo Schifrin (Bullitt).
January Man, TheDirector: Pat O'Connor
Eleven Women, Eleven Months! And Only One Man Can Stop Him! Acting greats Kevin Kline (The Ice Storm), Susan Sarandon (Atlantic City), Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (Scarface), Harvey Keitel (Mean Streets), Danny Aiello (Fort Apache, the Bronx), Rod Steiger (In the Heat of the Night) and Alan Rickman (Die Hard) star in this intense thriller about a serial killer on the loose in Manhattan.
Yellow SkyDirector: William Wellman
Gregory Peck and Richard Widmark co-star in this brilliantly cast western epic featuring an unusually fine story and magnificent direction by the great William Wellman (The Ox-Bow Incident). A band of outlaws, led by tough, gruff Stretch (Peck), find themselves knocking at death's door after becoming lost in the treacherous western Badlands - only to find their salvation in a lonesome town called Yellow Sky, where the only inhabitants are a doddering old man and his mysterious alluring daughter.
The Captive CityDirector: Robert Wise
One of several early-1950s films to capitalize on the Kefauver Committee's investigation of organized crime, The Captive City stars John Forsythe (The Trouble with Harry, Topaz) as crusading editor Jim Austin.
CompulsionDirector: Richard Fleischer
Orson Welles stars as Clarence Darrow whose history-making defense against capital punishment saved two Chicago teenagers from a death sentenceSometimes murder is just a way to pass the time! A true story about the notorious 1924 Leopold/Loeb murder case.
Original GangstasDirector: Larry Cohen
John Bookman (Fred Williamson), a former hood who went on to become a big time football star, returns to his old turf when the gang he founded ends up killing his father. Bookman decides to round up some of his old posse and begin an all-out street war with the vicious thugs and return his old neighborhood to its rightful state of peace and justice.
Hangover SquareDirector: John Brahm
Laird Cregar (I Wake Up Screaming) gives a staggering nightmarish performance as an amnesiac London composer George Harvey Bone, who learns that a murder occurred during one of his blackouts and starts to worry that he himself may be the murderer.