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Karen Black

Karen Black

Birthdate: July 1, 1939

Deathdate: August 8, 2013

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Karen Black (born July 1, 1939) is an American actress, screenwriter, singer, and songwriter. She is noted for appearing in such films as Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces, The Great Gatsby, The Day of the Locust, Nashville, Airport 1975, and Alfred Hitchcock's final film, Family Plot. Over the course of her career, she won two Golden Globe Awards (out of three nominations), and... ...detailed bio


Ooga Booga (2013)


Some Guy Who Kills People (2011)

A horror-comedy about a small town loser fresh out of the loony bin who seeks revenge on those he deems responsible for ruining his life.

Letters from the Big Man (2011)

In the new film by the acclaimed director of the imaginative Lennon-Epstein biopic “The Hours and Times,” a woman finds herself consumed by the politics of deforestation, a burgeoning romance and metaphysical communication with a sasquatch. Viewers expecting a campy romp through cryptozoology wil...

No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos (2009)

The artistry, triumph and lifelong friendship of the great cinematographers Laszlo Kovacs and Vilmos Zsigmond. With film school equipment, they shoot the Soviet crackdown of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. As refugees they struggle in Hollywood, finally breaking into the mainstream with their pivo...

Repo Chick (2009)

Pixxi De La Chasse is a spoiled, self-centered celebutante heiress of a wealthy Los Angeles family. After countless tabloid scandals, her parents disinherit her, and tell her she must find a real job in order to regain her part of the fortune. When her car is repossessed, a member of her entourag...

Stuck! (2009)

Beautiful young Daisy feels stuck working as a shopgirl by day and caring for her ailing mother by night. A suicide gone wrong leaves Daisy wrongly imprisoned, while the neighbor whose testimony put her away struggles with guilt. A tongue-in-cheek homage to 1950s women-in-prison films.

Watercolors (2008)

One never forgets his first love as we are reminded by the film opening sentence 'Love is so short and forgetting is so long' quotation from a poem by Pablo Neruda and as the poster of the movie reminds us: Only art can turn pain into beauty. Shy and closeted and nerdy young artist Danny (Tye Ols...

Suffering Man's Charity (2007)

John, an eccentric music teacher, takes in Sebastian, a younger writer, ostensibly in an effort to help him, but is really attracted to him. When Sebastian starts dating a woman and it becomes serious, John starts a fight that ultimately results in Sebastian's accidental death. John then finds th...

One Long Night (2007)

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Wanderlust (2006)

Wanderlust is a strong desire for or impulse to wander or travel and explore the world. Wanderlust may also refer to:

Firecracker (2005)

Firecracker is a tale of murder in small town Wamego, Kansas. The film portrays abuse, suffering, denial, and dreams of escape. Jimmy (Jak Kendall), meek, reclusive, and talented, is emotionally imprisoned by his abusive, alcoholic older brother David (Mike Patton) and fanatically religious mothe...

America Brown (2005)

A coming-of-age drama that centers on a young quarterback from West Texas, a priest in New York, and the two women in their lives.

House of 1000 Corpses (2003)

On October 30, 1977, Jerry Goldsmith (Chris Hardwick), Bill Hudley (Rainn Wilson), Mary Knowles (Jennifer Jostyn) and Denise Willis (Erin Daniels) are two couples out on the road in hopes of writing a book on offbeat roadside attractions. When the four meet Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig), a vulgar ...

Paris (2003)

Paris follows rookie detective Jason Bartok on his disturbing journey through the shadowy underworld of Los Angeles and Las Vegas, illuminated only by a sweet but short-lived romance with a strikingly beautiful, enigmatic woman. As the tale unfolds, Jason accidentally shoots his corrupt partner, ...

Teknolust (2002)

The film is about the scientist Rosetta Stone (Swinton) who injects her DNA into three Self Replicating Automatons (S.R.A.s). These cyborg clones must habitually venture into the real world in order to obtain a supply of Y chromosome in the form of semen to keep them alive. Unfortunately, their p...

Curse of the Forty-Niner (2002)

A group of explorers go hiking in the forests of northern California. While exploring, they stumble upon an old mine which mined gold in the gold rush of 1849. In the depths of the mine, they find a large amount of gold that they, of course, take. However, what they do not know is that the gold b...

Gypsy 83 (2001)

25-year-old Gypsy Vale (Sara Rue) and 18-year-old Clive Webb (Kett Turton) are two goths living in Sandusky, Ohio. Gypsy's parents, Ray (John Doe) and Velvet (Marlene Wallace), once were in a band together, and Gypsy now aspires to be a famous singer, like her idol, Stevie Nicks. She is hesitant,...

Soulkeeper (2001)

After stealing Abraham Lincoln's stovepipe hat from a Civil War reenactment and then being subsequently dumped by their unseen boss "Mr M", thieves Corey Mahoney (Rodney Rowland) and Terrence Christian (Kevin Patrick Walls) are at a loss until they are hired by the mysterious Pascal (Brad Dourif)...

Red Dirt (2000)

Red Dirt offers the story of a young man's search to belong in this sublime expression of love and reconciliation. At only twenty, Griffith is struggling with the responsibilities of caring for his unwell aunt, grieving the loss of their family's matriarch, and his own dreams of leaving Pine Appl...

The Independent (2000)

The Independent is a British newspaper. The Independent may also refer to: Newspapers in the United States The Independent (Acadiana), published in Acadiana, Louisiana The Independent (Ashland), published in Ashland, Kentucky The Independent (Boston), published in Boston, Massachusetts from 1848 ...