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New Releases for September 28th

You know it's almost Halloween when there's multiple new releases with the words dark and/or dead in the title. Here's the full list—as always a * means it is also available on Blu-ray & you can buy it here on the Internets by clicking SALE. IRON MAN 2 *—Robert Downey, Jr. & co. prove once again they know how to kick off the summer movie season with flair. Features the third best fight in a hallway scene this year. SALE GET HIM TO THE GREEK *—Russell Brand reprises his rock star persona from Forgetting Sarah Marshall for this exactly-what-you'd-expect-from-an-Apatow-production. Sean "Diddy" Combs is absolutely the best part about this film. THE KILLER INSIDE ME—Michael Winterbottom's adaptation of Jim Thompson's crime noir novel, starring Kate Hudson, Jessica Alba and actor/director Casey Affleck. JUST WRIGHT—Academy Award nominee Queen Latifah plays a physical therapist helping a pro basketball player (Common) after he suffers a tough injury. Will they fall in L-O-V-E? BABIES—Follow four babies from four corners of the world as the do generally adorable activities. COCO CHANEL & IGOR STRAVINSKY—She's a spirited fashion designer with an eye for detail, he's a brooding composer down on his luck. Their creative minds merge into a scandalous affair in this lush period drama. GOOD—Viggo Mortensen plays an author whose latest book about euthanasia is used by the Nazis to support their evil ways, leaving him torn between the resulting fame and what he knows is right. KIDS IN THE HALL: DEATH COMES TO TOWN—A BRAND NEW series from The Kids! MERRY CHRISTMAS, MR. LAWRENCE *—The Criterion Collection presents Nagisa Oshima's 1983 WWII drama about British officers in a Japanese POW camp, starring David Bowie, Tom Conti, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Takeshi Kitano. SALE THE THIN RED LINE * —Terrence Malick's dazzling adaptation of James Jones's 1962 novel following the World War II battle for Guadalcanal, now available from the Criterion Collection. SALE THE LAW (LA LOI)—Power & lust fuel this 1959 melodrama starring Gina Lollobrigida as the object of a small Italian village's affection. SALE SUPERMAN/BATMAN: APOCALYPSE*—Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman battle the evil Doomsday with their new recruit Supergirl—as voiced by Summer Glau! THE CLEVELAND SHOW: SEASON 1--Just what Family Guy needed, a spin off! PARTY DOWN: SEASON 2—Dear TV powers that be: Please stop cancelling shows that are good, especially those starring Martin Starr. ANIME NEW RELEASES Dragon Box Z Vol. 1—Uncut Vampire Knight Vol. 2 Eps. 5-8 FAMILY NEW RELEASES Don't Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus NEW VIDEO GAMES Dead Rising 2 (PS3, Xbox) FIFA Soccer 11 (PS3, Xbox) NEW BLU-RAY: FORMAT OF THE FUTURE Amelie Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy Bad Lieutenant: Special Edition Blair Witch Project French Cancan (1955)—directed by Jean Renoir King Kong (1933) SALE Mandingo March of the Wooden Soldiers NEW TV ON DVD Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations Collection 5, Part 1 Being Erica: Season 2 Dangerous Knowledge CSI: Season 10 Ellery Queen Mysteries Family Guy: Partial Terms of Endearment SALE Legend of The Seeker: Season 2 Little Mosque on The Prairie: Seasons 2 & 3 Mentalist: Season 2 90210: Season 1 Paranormal State: Season 4 Red vs. Blue: The Recollection S. 6-8 Scarf Jack: Complete Series Scrubs: Season 9—The final season
NEW IMPORTS & FOREIGN FILMS Alien Autopsy (2006)—UK By The Will of Genghis Khan (2009)—Mongolia Carcasses (2009)—Canada Detective Montalbano: Eps. 1-6—Italy Die Bole Hadippa! (2009)—India Eros Perversion (1976)—Italy Forbidden Passion (1976)—Italy Front Line (2009)(PAL Code 2)—Italy Gangster's Paradise: Jerusalema (2008)—South Africa Great Queen Seondeok: Vols. 1-3 (2008)—Korean TV Housemaid (2010)(Code 3)—Korea Life With Ashley (2009)—Australia Naked Cities (1972)—Italy Not Now Darling (1973)—UK Perrier's Bounty (2009)—Ireland Piece Montee (2010)—France Prospero's Books (1991)(PAL Code 2)—UK Saal Solvan Chadya (1977)—India 7 Days (2010)—Canada Sweet William (1980)—UK Urban Girl Gets Married (1992)—Korea Helen (2008)—A film festival favorite from Ireland NEW FROM THE WARNER ARCHIVES Atlantis: The Lost Continent (1960)—"Rejoice, citizens of Atlantis! Princess Antillia, lost upon uncharted seas, has been guided home by intrepid Greek fisherman Demetrios. In a strange act of Atlantean gratitude, Demetrios is cast into slavery. He will endure the macabre House of Hell. Fight for his life before a cheering arena throng in the Ordeal of Fire and Water. And rescue the princess again as they flee the realm's volcanic doom. Welcome to Atlantis, the Lost Continent, where royal guardsmen wear uniforms that could easily be from the wardrobe of Ming the Merciless and where some unfortunate slaves are turned into bovine-headed beasts. Yes, that kind of movie: popcorn-worthy and spearheaded by legendary fantasy film producer George Pal (The War of the Worlds, The Time Machine)."
Chubasco (1967)—"After assaulting a cop during a beach party blowout, teen rebel Chubasco (Christopher Jones) gets two choices: do time for the crime or join the crew of a high seas clipper and face the inherent risks of commercial fishing. Choosing the latter and before boarding ship, Chubasco elopes with girlfriend Bunny (Susan Strasberg) and then finds himself on a tuna boat skippered by the one man who'd rather see him dead: Bunny's irate father Sebastian (Richard Egan). When Sebastian learns his new deckhand's identity, tensions rise with the tides - and only one man may return to Bunny's waiting arms." Doberman Gang/The Daring Doberman (1967)—"Here's howl the crimes go down. After a bungled bank job, a clever con realizes he needs a new gang. So he teams with Baby Face Nelson, Bonnie and Clyde, Dillinger, Ma Barker and Pretty Boy Floyd. They're not people; they're The Doberman Gang dogs, trained to avoid human error and pull off the perfect bank heist. In the sequel The Daring Dobermans, the law can't find those four-legged thieves, but three pals hoping to pull off a daring heist do, using sound waves to call the dogs. The dutiful Dobies are soon in training for another bold caper, one that will take them up a high-rise elevator, into offices, across rooftops, down a laundry chute and into a waiting van. Do they pull it off?!" Inside Out (1975)—"Telly Savalas, Robert Culp and 50-year screen veteran James Mason star in this tense, action-packed heist caper. A high-rolling con man, an ex-jewel thief and a former German concentration camp commandant concoct an elaborate scheme to recover a gold shipment hijacked by the S.S. in 1941. It hinges on "removing" a member of the Nazi high command from West Berlin's fortress-like Siegfried Prison. Then, to jog the inmate's memory, he'll be taken to a chilling recreation of German headquarters (complete with a bogus Hitler) in a converted air-raid shelter - across the Iron Curtain." Operation Daybreak (1975)—"The mission: Assassinate SS Obergruppenfuehrer Reinhard Heydrich, the diabolical murderer William L. Shirer called "the genius of the Final Solution." Directed by Lewis Gilbert (The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker), written by The Pianist Academy Award winner* Ronald Harwood and filmed where the real events occurred, this taut thriller stars Timothy Bottoms, Anthony Andrews and Nicola Pagett as brave Czechs who defy their German invaders." The Power (1967)—"Who has The Power? The Power to control minds, move objects, and murder by telekinesis? That's what scientists at a space lab want to know when they realize they are targeted by one of their own - someone who possesses a superhuman power and a terrifying secret agenda."
They Came To Rob Las Vegas (1967)—"Casino dealer Tony Vincenzo knows how to figure the odds, and he figures the job he's planned is close to a sure thing. He knows about the route and the security measures taken to protect an armored car hauling cash from Las Vegas to Los Angeles. He knows no one will find the car after he's detoured it off the road and into a specially constructed subterranean desert vault. And yet he doesn't know enough. Gary Lockwood, Elke Sommer, Lee J. Cobb, Jack Palance and classic caper star Jean Servais (Rififi) are the marquee lights in this tale of a heist as improbable in execution as it is fun to watch." NEW DOCUMENTARIES, ART, MUSIC & OTHER NON-FICTION FARE All Boys—" In the wake of cultural events like the Velvet Revolution and the fall of the Berlin wall came the rise of a newfound adult film industry in Eastern Europe. Since then, Czech actors in gay erotica and sites like Bel Ami have risen to iconic status. Markku Heikkinen's revelatory documentary All Boys shows us both sides of this nascent industry, which can be interpreted as either a sign of sexual liberation or as the exploitation of disenfranchised young men." Am I Black Enough For You—"Drakes Avenues Pictures presents this full-length feature film detailing the sensational story of soul superstar Billy Paul. Am I Black Enough For You tells the in-depth story of the legendary Philadelphia R&B artist, his life-long companionship with his wife Blanche, and details the oppression of African Americans and the continuing American civil rights movement. Taking its title from the follow-up to Paul s most successful single, "Me and Mrs. Jones", Am I Black Enough For You offers never-before-seen insight into the now legendary Philadelphia R&B scene which produced some of the most successful songs/albums in modern popular culture. Its candid portrayal compels the viewer to comprehend the experience of racism in America... Featuring Billy Paul, Blanche Williams, Kenny Gamble, Clive Davis, Questlove, & Schoolly D." Back to the Garden—"In 1988, filmmaker Kevin Tomlinson filmed & interviewed a group of back-to-the-land "hippies"—living off-grid, insulated from mainstream culture. In 2006, he tracked down his subjects again to find out what had become of their families' utopian plans and dreams. This film captures a time-lapse view of these back-to-the-landers and shows that what seemed a fringe movement of extremes in the 60's was actually a prescient foretelling of the green revolution." Leon Blum: For All Mankind—" This powerful documentary tells the story of Leon Blum - a Jew who served as prime minister of France, and who was also a prisoner of the Nazis at the Buchenwald concentration camp."
From Dawn Till Dracula: The True History of the Vampire—"From Dawn Till Dracula tells the story of the emergence of vampirism from its religious beginnings to its personification under various names, none of them as renowned as that of Dracula. In the course of investigating this power from beyond the grave, we look at an event that captured the headlines in the 1990s, where vampire hunters invaded London's most famous graveyard in an endeavor to lay the undead to rest." Great Epochs of European Art—"This 4-disc set features ten complete programs, all illustrated by selected masterpieces of architecture, sculpture and painting and are filmed on location throughout Europe. The programs cover classical art and sculpture from the Romans and ancient Greeks, Christian, Byzantine and Gothic art, the great Baroque and Rococo eras, the trends of the 19th and 20th centuries, and more." Make Me Young—"In Make Me Young: Youth Knows No Pain, an age-obsessed daughter of a plastic surgeon (filmmaker Mitch McCabe) takes a journey through America's $60 billion a year anti-aging world. In this Alice-in-Wonderland tale, McCabe spends two years traveling across America visiting doctors, experts and lives with a cross-section of characters from Minnesota to Texas who've gone to varying lengths to "beat the clock." Interwoven with these stories are the filmmaker's own self inquiry and memories of growing up around her father -- a Vietnam War trauma surgeon turned small town plastic surgeon. As the film chronicles the rise of the Anti-Aging industry through regular Americans, it hints at a nostalgia for a more innocent time when plastic surgery was used primarily for reconstruction in a pre-Botox era, to paint a funny, but troubling portrait of a country that desperately needs to stay forever young." Robert Motherwell & The New York School: Storming the Citadel—"This program, made shortly before Robert Motherwell's death in 1991, is an exploration of the Abstract Expressionist movement and a portrait of one of its last survivors. Having come to New York in the early 1940s, Motherwell found himself on the battleground of American art. He and a group of painters set out to change the face of American painting. The film charts this epic battle led by Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko, Franz Kline and Robert Motherwell, who endeavored to make American painting equal to painting elsewhere and, in the process, shifted the center of modern art from Paris to New York." Nightmares in Red, White and Blue—"Horror and sci-fi veteran Lance Henriksen (Alien, Near Dark) takes you through a fascinating look at the history of the American horror film, examining the earliest monster movies of the silent era up to the scariest modern-day masterpieces. Highlights include interviews with genre masters Roger Corman, John Carpenter and George A. Romero, plus clips from classic films like The Exorcist, Night of the Living Dead, Friday the 13th, Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, Hostel, Rosemary's Baby and many more!" The Oath—"From the director of the Oscar-nominated My Country, My Country, The Oath is a spectacularly gripping documentary that unfolds like a great political thriller..." Prehistoric Park—"Join zoologist and wildlife expert Nigel Marven as he travels back in time to capture the most amazing creatures ever to exist. Step into the hostile climates of the Cretaceous, Pleistocene and Paleozoic time periods, learn what killed these incredible creatures as Marven brings them back to the most incredible zoo never to exist, Prehistoric Park." The U: ESPN's 30 for 30 series—"Throughout the 1980s, Miami was at the center of a racial and cultural shift taking place throughout the country, and the University of Miami football team served as a microcosm for this evolution. A predominantly white university, the school's image was forever changed when coach Howard Schnellenberger scoured some of the toughest ghettos in Florida to recruit mostly black players for his team. With a newly branded swagger, inspired and fueled by the quickly growing local Miami hip hop culture, these Canes' took on larger-than-life personalities and won four national titles between 1983 and 1991. Filmmaker Billy Corben, a Miami native and University of Miami alum, tells the story of how these "Bad Boys" of football changed the attitude of the game they played, and how this serene campus was transformed into 'The U.'" Wimbledon: 2010 Official Film—"The 124th Championships, a Royal tournament thanks to the first visit to the All England Club by Her Majesty the Queen for 33 years, was also a record-breaking occasion in many ways, most notably in that unforgettable first round men's singles between John Isner of the United States and France's Nicolas Mahut, which smashed every existing record in the sport..." FANGORIA FRIGHT FEST PRESENTS... Dark House—"A troubled young woman, Claire (Meghan Ory) returns to the house where she witnessed a horrible massacre fourteen years ago with a small group of friends. The house has since been turned into a haunted house attraction led by impresario Walston Ray (Jeff Combs). As the day rolls on, the group slowly begins to realize there may be other forces at work in the house, as the attractions begin to come to life with seemingly murderous intent." Fragile (2005)—"As the new night nurse at a soon to be abandoned children's hospital readies the last group of orphans to leave, it becomes increasingly clear that these are not normal children. Something living in the hospital, something the children call the mechanical girl; has a terrifying hold over them and will stop at nothing to keep them in the hospital with her forever." That nurse is played by Calista Flockhart. Grimm Love—"Graduate student Katie Armstrong researches cannibal killer Oliver Hagen for her thesis, she becomes obsessed with her subject and ultimately plunges into a lifestyle similar to Hagen's and the thousands of people like him. Based on a true story." Keri Russell plays the grad student/would-be cannibal.
Haunting (2009)—"Francesca is a young pediatrician who has been traumatized by the loss of a child through crib death. When the family moves to a new home in the country, supposedly to help her recover from the experience, she begins seeing completely inexplicable things. The house in which they now live seems to hide terrible secrets. Both the cellar and the attic are locked and barred to the family - and it is from both of these places that Francesca receives nocturnal visits that are slowly driving her mad." Hunger (2009)—"Five strangers awaken to find themselves trapped in an underground dungeon. They soon realize they are the subjects of one man's sadistic experiment to test the depths of a human being's will to survive. As the days go by with no means of escape, their hunger increases as their humanity fades away." Pig Hunt—"When John takes his friends to his deceased uncle's remote ranch to hunt wild pigs, it seems like a typical guys weekend. But as John and his crew trek deeper into the forest, they begin tracking the awful truth about his uncle's demise and the legend of The Ripper - a murderous three-thousand-pound black boar!" The Tomb (2008)—"Successful writer and scholar, Jonathan Merrick, falls under the spell of the irresistible, bewitchingly beautiful, Ligeia. She's fighting a fatal illness and she will stop at nothing to defeat death, her one true enemy. She steals other people's souls and on her quest to immortality she tricks Jonathan into supporting her work, breaking him apart from his fiancé and pulling him into her dark, mysterious world. They settle down in an old manor by the Black Sea where Ligeia's everlasting presence slowly drives Jonathan to madness." It stars Michael Madsen, Wes Bentley, Sofya Skya and Eric Roberts. ...AND MORE MOVIES Astonishing X-Men: Gifted—" Dream-team creators Joss Whedon (TV's Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and John Cassaday (Planetary, Captain America) present the explosive, all-new flagship X-Men series - marking a return to classic greatness and the beginning of a brand-new era for the X-Men! Cyclops and Emma Frost re-form the X-Men with the express purpose of astonishing the world. But when breaking news regarding the mutant gene unexpectedly hits the airwaves, will it derail their new plans before they even get started? As demand for the mutant cure reaches near-riot levels, the X-Men go head-to-head with the enigmatic Ord, with an unexpected ally - and some unexpected adversaries - tipping the scales!"
Brothel—"Brothel is a psychological ghost story about a woman who flees her life in the city after a tragic loss. In an old mining town stands an abandoned brothel from the turn of the century. Julianne purchases the brothel to turn it into a hotel, but as she begins its restoration, her shattered psyche takes on the personas of the four prostitutes and their Madam who once inhabited the hotel. The harder they push her to face her past, the faster she runs away from reality toward the land of ghosts." Ca$h (2010)—" A stroke of good luck turns lethal for Sam Phelan (Chris Hemsworth) and his wife Leslie (Victoria Profeta) when they are faced with a life- changing decision that brings strange and sinister Pyke Kubic (Sean Bean) to their doorstep. As Pyke leads Sam and Leslie on a tumultuous adventure through the streets of Chicago, each are pulled deeper and deeper into a desperate spiral of deception and violence...all in the name of CA$H." Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)—"When young Marylee Williams (Tonya Crowe) is found viciously mauled, all hell breaks loose in her small rural town. Officious postmaster Otis P. Hazelrigg (Charles Durning) leads a gang of bigots in pursuit of the suspect: her mentally challenged friend Bubba Ritter (Larry Drake). Finding him hiding inside a scarecrow, they exact brutal mob 'justice'...only to discover a tragic mistake! Now a strange apparition stalks the land seeking each of them out, as the legend of the Scarecrow begins." Dark Woods (2009)—"A critically acclaimed psychological thriller; Dark Woods tells the story of a young couple who moves to a secluded cabin to cope with the wife's terminal illness. After the husband rescues a young girl from the abusive hands of her psychotic uncle he is coerced by local law enforcement to allow her to stay with them. As the illness consumes the wife and the husband struggles with his own human connections, the young girl attempts to claim her place in this strange new family dynamic." Frozen—"A typical day on the slopes turns into a chilling nightmare for three snowboarders when they get stranded on the chairlift before their last run. As the ski patrol switches off the night lights, they realize with growing panic that they've been left behind, dangling high off the ground with no way down." Focus/Refocus—"San Francisco! The cross roads of gay culture where, sex, love and temptation dance a dangerous two step. Joe (Cole Streets) is a porn- obsessed twenty-something who loves to film his hot boyfriend Eddie (David Taylor) having sex. Eddie is not interested in being filmed, but that doesn't stop Cole! The plot thickens as someone e-mails him a clip of Dario Stefano (Steve Cruz), his favorite porn star, in a private home video. When the guys in the video start turning up dead, Joe finds himself on a deadly disturbing adventure that he himself might not survive!" Harlow—"Hollywood in 1928 is a land of milk and honey, magic and fantasy. Jean Harlow's spectacularly controversial and tragic career begins with bit parts in movies while she's living with her mother and opportunistic stepfather. When Hollywood agent, Arthur Landau (Golden Globe Nominee, Red Buttons), spots her on a film set, he gets her a series of comedy roles and soon realizes he has a gold mine in Miss Harlow (Carroll Baker). She becomes an overnight sensation and critics hail her as the next great sex symbol. This film documents the rise and fall of a true Hollywood Legend. Directed by Gordon Douglas (Tony Rome), Screenplay by John Michael Hayes (Peyton Place, The Carpetbaggers) and Costumes by legendary designer Edith Head." Knock on Wood (1953)—"The film casts Danny Kaye as a neurotic American ventriloquist performing in Europe. In a parody of the 1946 thriller Dead of Night, Kaye is unable to control the words coming out of his dummy, resulting in a near-nervous breakdown. His manager and best friend (David Burns) orders him to see a famous psychiatrist in Zurich. What follows is a zany adventure involving secret weapons, international spies and the beautiful Mai Zetterling. This classic Danny Kaye comedy was written, produced and directed by the great team of Norman Panama and Melvin Frank (The Court Jester)." Lost Coast—"Jasper, Mark and Lily were great high school mates. Now in their early twenties, they reunite on Halloween for a night of sex, drugs, and good times. But simmering under the surface are pangs of what could have been - for the handsome, gay Mark and his roomate Lily, who were once romantically involved; and Mark and his straight and recently engaged pal Jasper, both of whom still long for each other after a short lived, teenage affair and who have yet to find closure." Madman (1982) A Special 30th Anniversary Edition of the stalker film "inspired" by Friday the 13th... Mercy (2009)—"A best-selling novelist (Scott Caan of Ocean's Eleven) one-night stands his way through LA until he finally meets his match with Mercy (beautiful newcomer Wendy Glenn), a book critic who calls his bluff in this powerful romance that Caan wrote, produced and stars in. Featuring Dylan McDermott (The Practice), Erika Christensen (Oscar- winning Traffic, TV s Parenthood) and directed by fashion photographer superstar Patrick Hoelck in his film debut, Mercy is a riveting drama. It's also a memorable moment of cinematic history when rising Hollywood star Scott Caan shares the screen with his legendary father James Caan (The Godfather). Their combustible scene together is the beating heart of this bittersweet look at lost love." My Favorite Spy (1951)—"While on his way to Tangier to purchase a microfilm containing important war secrets, foreign spy Eric Augustine (Bob Hope) is wounded and captured by the authorities. Burlesque comedian Peanuts White (Also, Bob Hope); a dead ringer for Augustine is recruited by the government to take over Augustine's mission. He's briefed in the role of the suave and romantic Augustine, dressed to look exactly like him and is thrust into the world of espionage and international intrigue. In Tangiers, he meets Lily Dalbray (Hedy Lamarr), Augustine's sweetheart, a beautiful spy working with Karl Brubaker (Francis L. Sullivan) mastermind of the spy ring." Once Is Not Enough (1975)—"Based on a Best Seller by Jacqueline Susann (Valley of the Dolls). January Wayne (Deborah Raffin), the adoring daughter of movie producer Mike Wayne (Kirk Douglas) returns home to New York, only to find her father married to Deidre Milford Granger (Alexis Smith), the fifth richest woman in the world. The marriage is one of the conveniences for Mike, who has lost his magic touch as a producer, and is in desperate need of money to continue his and his daughter's lavish lifestyles. Jealous January bitterly resents her father and cannot accept the moral codes of this new world, finding only frustration..."
Paintball—"Think your video game and weekend warrior skills make you an awesome fighter? Want to bet on it? A group of strangers unwittingly do just that when they are brought together to compete in the ultimate paintball competition. Only the other side isn't firing balls of paint, it's firing real ammo. Echoing Japan's controversial underground classic Battle Royale and the best-selling series The Hunger Games, Paintball shows these people warily banding together, struggling to claim prizes like bullet-proof vests and desperately trying to discover who if anyone they can trust." Petomane!—"Get ready for the freakiest, squeakiest, one-cheek sneakiest collection of Fartacular films ever compiled on a single DVD. From a tooting train, to a collection of animated sound-offs featuring Howard Stern, Jessica Biel and many more, it's a total blast! Then there's the main event; Le Petomane! This mini-epic is based on the true story of Le Petomane, the top entertainer at the Moulin Rouge circa 1900. His act? Producing amazing noises with his derrière!" Rich Man, Poor Man: The Complete Collection—"The first-ever dramatic miniseries to appear on American television, the multi-award winning Rich Man, Poor Man spans decades and generations to trace the epic story of the Jordache family from 1945 to the late 1960s... Based on Irwin Shaw's best-selling novel and featuring an all-star cast (including Edward Asner, Bill Bixby, Susan Blakely, and Robert Reed), the series focuses in particular on Rudy Jordache (Peter Strauss) and his troubled brother Tom (Nick Nolte) as they navigate divergent paths away from their impoverished immigrant upbringing." Suck—"The Winners are a down and out band who find their road to stardom by riding rock-n-roll's highway to hell. It all begins when their bass player, Jennifer (Jessica Paré), disappears with a mysterious vampire and reemerges with a sexual charisma that drives the audiences wild. Now, The Winners are topping the charts and blazing a bloody trail across North America with legendary vampire hunter Eddie Van Helsing (Malcolm McDowell) hunting them along the way. Who knew fame and immortality could 'suck' like this?" Tales of The Dead—"Five friends gather on Halloween to continue their ritual of telling horror stories. Each one telling a more sinister than the next, unaware of the horror that awaits them on this all Hallows eve." Where Love Has Gone—"Based on Harold Robbins' dexterously salacious bestselling novel, a young woman, Danny (Joey Heatherton) has murdered a man, who was the latest lover of her mother (Susan Hayward). Danny's father, Luke Miller (Mike Connors) describes the events that led to the tragedy. Bette Davis plays Danny's domineering grandmother and Jane Greer plays her sympathetic probation officer. The stellar cast also includes DeForest Kelley (Star Trek), George Macready (Gilda), Anne Seymour and Anthony Caruso. Directed by Edward Dmytryk (The Carpetbaggers), Screenplay by John Michael Hayes (Torch Song, Peyton Place) and Costumes by legendary designer Edith Head." LXD: Legion of Extraordinary Dancers—"In 2010, the next evolution of dance begins..."