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A Town Called Hell

A Town Called Hell

Director: Robert Parrish
Year: 1971

From Robert Parrish, the director of The Wonderful Country and The Destructors comes this top-notch western set during the Mexican Revolution.

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Solarbabies

Solarbabies

Director: Alan Johnson
Year: 1986

Who will rule the future? Jason Patric (Rush, The Lost Boys), Jami Gertz (Less Than Zero), Lukas Haas (Witness, Mars Attacks!), James Le Gros (Drugstore Cowboy) and Peter DeLuise (TV's Stargate SG-1, 21 Jump Street) blast into action in this sci-fi stunner about a desolate world run with an iron fist!

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The Holcroft Covenant

The Holcroft Covenant

Director: John Frankenheimer
Year: 1985

Newly Re-mastered in HD! Noel Holcroft (Michael Caine, The Destructors, Billion Dollar Brain) is a New York architect who receives an unexpected inheritance from his ex-Nazi father: $40 billion in funds stolen from the Third Reich, now intended to aid Holocaust survivors.

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Runaway Train

Runaway Train

Director: Andrei Konchalovsky
Year: 1985

Two escaped convicts (Jon Voight & Eric Roberts) and a young woman (Rebecca De Mornay) are trapped on a train with no breaks, and are barreling towards a conflict with the head of security. Produced by Menachem Golam. This mid-eighties nail-biter earned two Academy Award nominations for Roberts & Voight and is based on a story by Akira Kurosawa.

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Tough Guys

Tough Guys

Director: Jeff Kanew
Year: 1986

Set free after 30 years in prison, train robbers Harry and Archie discover that they have a lot of catching up to do in the 1980s. With a crooked cop and a myopic hitman hot on their trail, Harry and Archie make plans for their boldest, most explosive train heist ever.

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The Organization

The Organization

Director: Don Medford
Year: 1971

Sidney Poitier (Paris Blues) reprises his role as Lt. Virgil Tibbs for a third and final time in this taut thriller that exposes the ruthless, high-stakes world of international drug trafficking.

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Original Gangstas

Original Gangstas

Director: Larry Cohen
Year: 1996

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.

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Code of Silence (Special Edition)

Code of Silence (Special Edition)

Director: Andrew Davis
Year: 1985

Eddie Cusack (Chuck Norris) is a Chicago detective who plays by his own rules - a dangerous habit, especially when he breaks the "code of silence" to blow the lid off a deadly police cover-up. Now an outcast, he receives little help from his embittered fellow officers when he's hurled into a blistering battle against rival drug kingpins.

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Brannigan

Brannigan

Director: Douglass Hickox
Year: 1975

John Wayne stars as Brannigan, a hard nosed Chicago cop sent to London to track down and return to the states a notorious Chicago mobster. However, the UK has never seen a cop quite like Brannigan, and never met a cop like John Wayne.

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The Wilby Conspiracy

The Wilby Conspiracy

Director: Ralph Nelson
Year: 1975

When anti-apartheid activist Shack Twala (Sidney Poitier) is freed from prison, he quickly runs into trouble with the police. British engineer Keogh (Michael Caine) helps Twala elude a sadistic government official (Nicol Williamson, Excalibur), but as both men, now fugitives, race 900 miles to cross the border to safety, they are drawn into a conspiracy much bigger and deadlier than they realize.

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