1982/Color/Screen Presentation (4x3, 1.85 Letterbox)
Screen beauty Nastassja Kinski top lines a moody and suspenseful film from screenwriter/director James Toback. A young Wisconsin girl (Kinski) arrives in New York to begin a career in modeling, only to find herself stalked by both a sinister violinist (Rudolf Nureyev) and a terrorist (Harvey Keitel). Featuring Deadwood’s Ian McShane.
1972/Color/Screen Presentation (16x9, 1.85 Letterbox)
A Vietnam veteran’s past - in the form of two fellow ex-soldiers - comes back to haunt him in a tense drama from the director of A Streetcar Named Desire and On The Waterfront. Starring James Woods, Patrick McVey, Patricia Joyce, and Steve Railsback.
THE HOT SPOT
1990/Color/Widescreen (16x9, 1.85 Letterbox)
When drifter Harry Madox (Don Johnson, Miami Vice) takes a job as a used car salesman in a small Texas town, he soon finds himself plotting a bank heist and torn between two seductive women. Jennifer Connelly (Labyrinth) and Virginia Madsen (Sideways) also star in this steamy thriller directed by Dennis Hopper (Easy Rider).
TOUGH GUYS DON’T DANCE
1987/Color/Screen Presentation (16x9, 1.85 Letterbox)
Acclaimed author Norman Mailer writes and directs this modern noir about a troubled writer (Ryan O’ Neal, Love Story) ensnared in a web of murder and intrigue. Isabella Rossellini (Blue Velvet) also stars in this unusual thriller adapted from Mailer’s own best-selling novel.
|Producer||Nicholas T. Proferes|