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Alan Smithee

Alan Smithee


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Neowolf (2007)

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Supernova (2000)

Supernova chronicles the search and rescue patrol of a medical ship in deep space in the early 22nd century and its six-member crew which includes captain and pilot A.J. Marley (Robert Forster), co-pilot Nick Vanzant (James Spader), medical officer Kaela Evers (Angela Bassett), medical technician...
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Woman Wanted (2000)

Woman Wanted (2000) is a film directed by Kiefer Sutherland. It is based on a novel by Joanna McClelland Glass who also wrote the screenplay. The story is about a woman who works as a housekeeper for a widower and his son. It stars Sutherland, Holly Hunter, Michael Moriarty and Sutherland's mothe...
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The Tony Blair Witch Project (2000)

Five British politicians (including Tony Blair himself, performed by director Mike A. Martinez wearing a paper mask) travel to West Virginia searching for a legend called The Tony Blair Witch. They begin by interviewing the locals and then bumble around a ghost town breaking windows and doors bef...
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An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn (1998)

A director by the name of Alan Smithee has been allowed to direct Trio, a big-budget action film starring Sylvester Stallone, Whoopi Goldberg, and Jackie Chan. The studio recuts the film, and when Smithee sees the results (which he describes as being "worse than Showgirls") and realizes that he c...
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A River Made to Drown In (1997)

Allen (Imperioli) is a struggling artist who had formerly worked as a street hustler. He has left that life behind and is involved with Eva (Lemper) his art dealer. His life is upset by the arrival of Thaddeus (Chamberlain), a wealthy lawyer near death from AIDS. Allen had for a time been Thaddeu...
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Dilemma (1997)

Whichever side he chooses, someone's gonna die. Death row inmate Rudy Salazar cuts a deal he can't refuse: he'll donate his rare bone marrow to a young girl dying of leukemia. In return, his death sentence is commuted to life without parole. L.A. Detective Quin (C. Thomas Howell), the cop who bro...
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Hellraiser: Bloodline (1996)

Hellraiser IV: Bloodline is a 1996 horror film and the fourth installment in the Hellraiser series, which serves as both a prequel and a sequel. Directed by Joe Chappelle and Kevin Yagher, the film stars Doug Bradley as Pinhead, reprising his role and now the only remaining original character and...
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Showgirls (1995)

Nomi Malone is a hot young drifter who hitchhikes to Las Vegas hoping to make it as a showgirl. After being cheated of her money by Jeff, who gave her a lift, Nomi meets Molly Abrams, a seamstress and costume designer who takes her in as a roommate. Molly invites Nomi backstage at Goddess, the St...
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National Lampoon's Senior Trip (1995)

The film follows the story of a group of rude and obnoxious seniors from Fairmont High, an Ohio high school. After a typing class, the seniors cut school and throw a party at the home of Principal Moss (Matt Frewer). When he returns home, he gives the class detention, forcing them to write a lett...
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Raging Angels (1995)

Two musicians are unknowingly drawn into a supernatural scheme.
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The Birds II: Land's End (1994)

The Birds II: Land's End is the 1994 television movie sequel to Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 classic The Birds. It stars Brad Johnson, Chelsea Field, James Naughton, and Tippi Hedren, in a role different from the one she played in the original Hitchcock film. The original music score was composed by R...
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Bloodsucking Pharaohs in Pittsburgh (1991)

Two cops and a detective's daughter go after a chainsaw killer.
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The Shrimp on the Barbie (1990)

An Australian heiress, Alexandra (Emma Samms), hires Carlos (Cheech Marin), a down on his luck tourist, after her father vetoes her burly, life-of-the-party boyfriend, Bruce (Vernon Wells). Carlos is a waiter working in a Mexican restaurant located in Sydney, Australia.
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Catchfire (1990)

Conceptual artist Anne Benton (Jodie Foster) creates electronic pieces that flash evocative statements, and her work has begun to attract major media attention. Driving home one night, Anne suffers a blowout on a deserted road and, while looking for help, witnesses a mafia hit supervised by Leo C...
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Morgan Stewart's Coming Home (1987)

The film stars Cryer as the son of a senator who has spent most of his life away at boarding school. An eccentric boy who is a fan of horror films, his personality does not fit in with the carefully calculated conservative image his mother (Redgrave) has designed for their family. He is brought h...
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Let's Get Harry (1986)

The film opens with an American engineer named Harry Burck (Harmon) being kidnapped by rebels in Colombia. Harry is there to help open a new water pipeline for his company and gets caught up in the action when a diplomat who is on hand for the pipe's unveiling is kidnapped. Word reaches back to H...
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Appointment with Fear (1985)

A man (Garrick Dowhen) in a white Ford van gets out and stabs his wife on the portico of a house. Before she dies, she gives her baby to Heather (Kerry Remsen) and urges her that he must be kept safe, knowing that his father will try to kill him. The case is followed by Detective Kowalski (Dougla...
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Stitches (1985)

Stitch, a common term for Surgical suture, a method of medical care to close wounds Stitch, a common term for Side stitch, an intense stabbing pain during exercise
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Student Bodies (1981)

Student Bodies is about a serial killer who stalks female students at Lamab High School, while at the same time, voyeuristically watching them. The killer calls himself "The Breather," presumably because the killer is always breathing heavily. The Breather enjoys stalking victims over the telepho...