Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon
Peter Lupus is best known for a starring role in the 60s spy series “Mission Impossible” alongside such stars as Martin Landau and Leonard Nimoy, but before this he was incarnated as the great and ever changing its seems Greek hero Hercules in one of the apparently endless stream of Hercules films that poured out of Italy during the 60s.
Black Swan
Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan takes an unusually dark and terrifying approach to the world of ballet.
True Grit
Re imagining rather than remake of the 1969 John Wayne classic bringing a new realism to the story and featuring some amazing performances from established stars and sparkling new talent.
The King’s Speech
Colin Firth gives a stupendous performance in the story of a man seen as unfit to be king, but bound by his duties set against the backdrop of impending war in this must see modern history drama.
Sci-Fi Very Little Time
Very Little Time
This intriguing little film has a premise right out of “the Twilight Zone”, that different parts of your time stream might coexist at the same moment.