Stunning Playboy playmate Shannon Tweed co-stars in this psychological suspense thriller based on the best-selling novel, "The Visitor." Peter Weller ("Robocop") is a young up-and-coming executive geared for the corporate "rat race," but his aspirations become his greatest nightmare when he is possessed by an inexplicable force.
A psychological suspense thriller based on the best-selling novel, "The Visitor" stars Peter Weller ("Robocop") and Playboy playmate Shannon Tweed.
When these prostitutes scream, they aren't faking it. IMPACT elements of action include: Pole Dancing, a Deadly Sniper, a Big Pimp and some Backseat Lovin'.
Logan, Mariah, Madison, and Hunter head back to Utah to visit their family and friends. Will they have any resentment or regrets since leaving?
Thirteen-year-old Alfie faces an initiation test to join the local gang.
This is the day that Carol intends to fulfill her secret ambition.
On the day of Danny's funeral, Rochelle visits her secret boyfriend.
Ted believes he is the victim of revenge attacks for telling off a teenage girl.
Brittany's new Internet talk show spreads like wildfire around the school. April returns to McKinley High after an unsuccessful attempt on Broadway.
The team hunt for a boy after he disappears while in his grandmother's care.
Sharona blindsides Monk by announcing she is going to be flying to New Jersey to visit her Aunt Minn. The notion of going a whole week without her forces our obsessive compulsive hero to (gulp) swallow his paralyzing fear of airplanes and accompany her on the trip. At the airport, Monk notices a handsome married couple, the Chabrols, tenderly kissing. But what he doesn't see is Mrs. Chabrol being murdered in a restroom a few minutes later, her suave French husband, Stephan, disposing of her body, and Stephan's mistress (dressed exactly like Mrs. Chabrol) assuming her identity on the plane.
Mr. Monk And The Airplane: Braving his fear of flying and of enclosed areas, Monk boards a plane with Sharona and solves the murder of a passenger's wife.
After being killed by a security guard during her assault on a cosmetics salesgirl, Norma Dean's corpse appears to age within a few hours after her death. Then, at a health spa where Norma worked, Nick and Schanke are telling manager Bernice Applebaum about Norma's death when Agnes, a regular at the club, inexplicably attacks and kills her trainer. When Natalie finds that Norma has been transformed into an old woman, Nick recalls a woman he knew almost two centuries ago who sought to become a vampire to stop her own aging. Learning that Norma's blood contained an unidentified virus that might be the cause of her mysterious aging, Nick turns to Janette who remembers how she stepped in to help Baroness Sophia after he refused to cooperate with her request for eternal life. Told that Agnes and Norma both attended Bernice's club regularly, Nick begins to suspect something supernatural about their crimes, especially after Norma's virus turns out to have been extinct for three hundred years. Meanwhile, as Nick and Natalie discover that Bernice is also aging rapidly, Agnes demands to see her own doctor, Dr. Jurgens, who, unknown to Nick, is really Baroness Sophia. After Agnes escapes with her guard having no recollection of her leaving, Nick uses hypnosis to find that she had been taken by Dr. Jurgens. Back at the spa, as Natalie secretly watches Dr. Jurgens prepare to treat Agnes, Nick returns to find Baroness Sophia using her own blood to bestow eternal youth upon the women while also making them dangerously unstable. Then, as Sophia grabs Natalie and threatens to inject her with the blood, Nick knocks the syringe away and saves his friend, while Schanke kills Agnes when she tries to defend her doctor. Finally, erasing Schanke's memory of the event, Nick comforts an aging Bernice over the loss of her youth.
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