The Titfield Thunderbolt movie trailer - starring Hugh Griffith, Stanley Holloway, Godfrey Tearle, George Relph, Naunton Wayne, John Gregson. Directed by Charles Crichton. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
Roman Polanski orchestrates a mental menage a trois in this slyly absurd tale of paranoia from the director’s golden 1960s period. Donald Pleasence and Francoise Dorleac star as a withdrawn couple whose isolated house is invaded by a rude, burly American gangster on the run, played by Lionel Stander. The three engage in role-playing games of sexual and emotional humiliation. Cul-de-sac is an evocative, claustrophobic, and morbidly funny tale of the modern world in chaos.
Supposedly true account of a young girl who becomes possessed by the devil and her frantic mother's search for an exorcist. Strong religious content adds chills to this classic hit written by William Peter Blatty!
Humorous St. Patrick Day favorite about a former prizefighter who returns to his native Ireland and falls in love. Nominated for Best Picture Academy Award!
Yoga Start-Up Workout movie trailer - starring Tara Boreyko. Genre: Non-Fiction
Originally released in 1967, the film stars Michael Crawford as inept British WWII commander Lieutenant Earnest Boodbody, with Musketeer Gripweed (John Lennon), Musketeer Juniper (Jack MacGowran), Musketeer Clapper (Roy Kinnear) and Sergeant Transom (Lee Montague) under his command. The film features a hilariously surreal collage of battle footage and one-liners lampooning the absurdity of war.
Michael MacLiammoirr's narration introduces a scene at church which devolves into mayhen with Tom (Albert Finney) rescuing Molly (Diane Cilento) in Tony Richardson's Tom Jones, 1963.
Early narration by Lt. Goodbody (Michael Crawford), introducing Transom (Lee Monntague), Juniper (Jack MacGowran), Gripweed (Beatle John Lennon) then Col. Grapple (Michael Hordern) in Richard Lester's How I Won The War, 1967.
Cassidy (Rod Taylor, his role based on the author Sean O'Casey) learns of another death, commiserates with friend Mick (Philip O'Flynn) then joins fellow Irish rebels (Eddie Golden as Captain White), in Young Cassidy, 1965.
En route to build an advance cricket pitch in North Africa, Goodbody (Michael Crawford) supporting nutty Col. Grapple (Michael Hordern), Gripweed (John Lennon) and company cutting up, in Richard Lester's How I Won The War, 1967.
Peter O'Toole (title character) counsels Waris (Ichizo Itami) and other natives about how to use their weapons against threatening merchant forces, in Richard Brooks' Lord Jim, 1965, from the Joseph Conrad novel.
Failing at first to rob Miss Western (Edith Evans), Partridge (Jack MacGowran) settles on Tom (Albert Finney) and gets lucky in Tony Richardson's Tom Jones, 1963.
An innocent girl is evilly possessed - and a doubting priest becomes her last hope. Linda Blair and Ellen Burstyn in the two-time Academy Award(R) winner that shocked the world.
A 12 year old girl becomes obsessed by a presence created by a Ouija board. Possessed by the devil she turns into a monster. Father Karras is asked to supervise an exorcism performed by Father Merrin who is killed. Now there is only Father Karras who can help.
When a charming 12-year-old girl takes on the characteristics and voices of others, doctors say there is nothing they can do.
A haunted homicide detective is confronted by the apparent return of a brutal serial killer he helped send to the electric chair fifteen years earlier.
An innocent girl is evilly possessed -- and a doubting priest becomes her last hope. Linda Blair and Ellen Burstyn in the two-time Academy Award (R) winner that shocked the world.
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