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Venom (1981 film)

Venom is a 1981 British horror film directed by Piers Haggard, written by Robert Carrington, and starring Klaus Kinski, Oliver Reed, Nicol Williamson, and Sarah Miles. It is based on Alan Scholefields novel of the same name.

                                               

Konopielka

Jerzy Block − Jozef Tadeusz Wojtych − Domin Joanna Sienkiewicz − Nauczycielka Jola Franciszek Pieczka − Dziad / Bog Tomasz Jarosinski − Ziutek Sylwester Maciejewski − Zolnierz w motorowce Jan Pawel Kruk − Dunaj Krzysztof Majchrzak − Kaziuk Bartos ...

                                               

Burial Ground (film)

Burial Ground is an Italian grindhouse zombie movie directed by Andrea Bianchi. It is one of several films released under the alternative title of Zombie 3.

                                               

Scanner Cop

Scanner Cop is a 1994 Canadian film. It is the fourth film in the Scanners series and the first film in the Scanner Cop series. It was written, produced, and directed by Pierre David. Daniel Quinn stars as the title character, a police officer wi ...

                                               

The Overcoat (disambiguation)

The Overcoat is a story by Nikolai Gogol. It may also refer to the title of several films, some based on that story: The Overcoat 1952 film, originally Il Cappotto, an Italian film directed by Alberto Lattuada The Overcoat 2001 film, a Canadian t ...

                                               

Alligator (film)

Alligator is a 1980 American monster horror film directed by Lewis Teague and written by John Sayles. It stars Robert Forster, Robin Riker and Michael V. Gazzo. It also includes an appearance by actress Sue Lyon in her last screen role. Set in Ch ...

                                               

The Children (1980 film)

The Children is a 1980 low-budget horror film, written and produced by Carlton J. Albright. The movie is about five children in a small town who, thanks to a yellow toxic cloud, are transformed into bloodless zombies with black fingernails who mi ...

                                               

The Long Good Friday

The Long Good Friday is a British gangster film starring Bob Hoskins and Helen Mirren. It was completed in 1979, but because of release delays, it is generally credited as a 1980 film. The storyline weaves together events and concerns of the late ...

                                               

The Europeans (film)

The Europeans is a 1979 British Merchant Ivory film, directed by James Ivory, produced by Ismail Merchant, and with a screenplay by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, based on Henry Jamess novel The Europeans. It stars Lee Remick, Robin Ellis, Tim Woodward an ...

                                               

The China Syndrome

The China Syndrome is a 1979 American drama neo noir thriller film directed by James Bridges and written by Bridges, Mike Gray, and T. S. Cook. It tells the story of a television reporter and her cameraman who discover safety coverups at a nuclea ...

                                               

Xanadu (film)

Xanadu is a 1980 American musical fantasy film written by Richard Christian Danus and Marc Reid Rubel, and directed by Robert Greenwald. The film stars Olivia Newton-John, Gene Kelly, and Michael Beck, and features music by Newton-John, Electric ...

                                               

The Fairfax Millions

The Fairfax Millions is a 1980 Soviet crime film directed by Nikolai Ilinsky based on Alan Winningtons novel of the same name.

                                               

The Octagon (film)

The Octagon is a 1980 action film starring Chuck Norris, Karen Carlson and Lee Van Cleef. It was directed by Eric Karson and written by Paul Aaron and Leigh Chapman. The film involves a martial artist who must stop a group of terrorists trained i ...

                                               

The Under-Gifted

Hubert Deschamps - Leon Jumaucourt. Maria Pacome - Lucie Jumaucourt. Catherine Erhardy - Jeanne Hamilton. Françoise Michaud: Caroline. (Франсуаза Мишо: Кэролайн) Daniel Auteuil - Baptiste "Bebel" Lavalle. Philippe Taccini - Julien Senquin. Michel ...

                                               

The Long Riders

The Long Riders is a 1980 American western film directed by Walter Hill. It was produced by James Keach, Stacy Keach and Tim Zinnemann and featured an original soundtrack by Ry Cooder. Cooder won the Best Music award in 1980 from the Los Angeles ...

                                               

Fantomas (disambiguation)

Fantomas is a fictional character created by French writers Marcel Allain and Pierre Souvestre. Fantomas may also refer to: Fantomas 1920 serial, directed by Edward Sedgwick Fantomas 1946 film, a 1946 French crime film Fantomas album, 1999 Fantom ...

                                               

The Actress, the Dollars and the Transylvanians

The Actress, the Dollars and the Transylvanians is a 1979 Romanian film directed by Mircea Veroiu and scripted by Titus Popovici. It is the second in a Red Western trilogy that also comprises The Prophet, the Gold and the Transylvanians and The O ...

                                               

Babek (film)

Babek is a 1979 film produced by Azerbaijanfilm, an Azerbaijani movie company, in the Soviet Union. Its director was Eldar Guliyev and its writer was Anvar Mamedkhanly. The film is about the story of Babak Khorramdin.

                                               

The Humanoid (1979 film)

Lumanoide, internationally released as The Humanoid and Humanoid, is a 1979 Italian science fiction film directed by Aldo Lado. The movie bears many similarities to the original Star Wars, for instance, a similar opening text crawl detailing curr ...

                                               

Tigers in Lipstick

Tigers in Lipstick is a 1979 Italian comedy film directed by Luigi Zampa, starring Ursula Andress, Laura Antonelli, Sylvia Kristel and Monica Vitti. It was Zampas final film. It is an anthology of 8 unrelated vignettes, each involving a very attr ...

                                               

The Villain (1979 film)

The Villain is a 1979 American Metrocolor Western comedy film directed by Hal Needham and starring Kirk Douglas, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ann-Margret, Paul Lynde, Foster Brooks, Strother Martin, Ruth Buzzi, Jack Elam, and Mel Tillis. It is a parody ...

                                               

Centaurs (film)

Centaurs is a 1978 political drama film directed by Vytautas Zalakevicius. The final part of the "Latin American trilogy".

                                               

Ogro

Operacion Ogro is a 1979 Spanish and Italian drama film written and directed by Gillo Pontecorvo. The film is based on true events in Spain during the early 1970s and is based on the eponymous book by Julen Agirre pseudonym of Eva Forest. The fil ...

                                               

Dead Mountaineer's Hotel (film)

Dead Mountaineers Hotel is a 1979 Soviet era Estonian film directed by Grigori Kromanov and based on the novel Dead Mountaineers Hotel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, who also wrote the screenplay.

                                               

The Jerk

The Jerk is a 1979 American comedy film directed by Carl Reiner and written by Steve Martin, Carl Gottlieb, and Michael Elias. This was Martins first starring role in a feature film. The film also features Bernadette Peters, M. Emmet Walsh, and J ...

                                               

A Glass of Water (1979 film)

A Glass of Water is a 1979 Soviet historical melodramatic comedy television film directed by Youli Karassik and based on the 1840 play of the same title by Eugene Scribe, set in the court of Queen Anne of Great Britain at the start of the 18th ce ...

                                               

Yanks

Yanks is a 1979 drama film directed by John Schlesinger and starring Richard Gere, Vanessa Redgrave, William Devane, Lisa Eichhorn and Tony Melody. The film is set during the Second World War in Northern England and features no combat scenes. The ...

                                               

Violette Noziere

Violette Noziere is a 1978 French crime film directed by Claude Chabrol and starring Isabelle Huppert and Stephane Audran. The film, based on a true French murder case in 1933, is about an eighteen-year-old girl named Violette and her encounters ...

                                               

Madame Rosa

Madame Rosa is a 1977 French drama film directed by Moshe Mizrahi, adapted from the 1975 novel The Life Before Us by Romain Gary. It stars Simone Signoret and Samy Ben-Youb, and tells the story of an elderly Jewish woman and former prostitute in ...

                                               

F.I.S.T.

F.I.S.T. is a 1978 American drama film directed by Norman Jewison and starring Sylvester Stallone. Stallone plays a Cleveland warehouse worker who becomes involved in the labor union leadership of the fictional "Federation of Inter-State Truckers ...

                                               

Magic

Magic may refer to: Magic illusion, the art of appearing to perform supernatural feats Magic in fiction, the genre of fiction that uses supernatural elements as a theme Magic supernatural, a set of beliefs and practices distinct from religion and ...

                                               

Despair (film)

Despair is a 1978 film directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder and starring Dirk Bogarde, based on the novel of the same name by Vladimir Nabokov. It was entered into the 1978 Cannes Film Festival. Similarly to the novel, the tone of the film is iro ...

                                               

Felicity (film)

Felicity Robinson Glory Annen is a teen who studies at a remote Roman Catholic Church boarding school and who seeks indulgence in popular erotic novels Story of O, Emmanuelle and in a lesbian love affair with her friend Jenny Jody Hanson. Her fat ...

                                               

Trouble

MC Trouble 1970–1991, first female rapper signed to Motown Records Trouble T Roy 1967–1990, hip-hop dancer with the group Heavy D and the Boyz Bruno Trouble born 1945, French sailor in the 1968 and 1976 Olympics Trouble rapper born 1987, American ...

                                               

The White Ship (1976 film)

The White Ship is a 1976 Soviet drama film directed by Bolotbek Shamshiyev. It was entered into the 26th Berlin International Film Festival.

                                               

Once a Thief

Once a Thief may refer to: Once a Thief 1991 film, a John Woo film from Hong Kong Once a Thief, a novel by Kay Hooper. Once a Thief, a 1977 episode of The Bionic Woman Once a Thief 1965 film, starring Alain Delon, Ann-Margret and Jack Palance Onc ...

                                               

Harmony (disambiguation)

Harmony OS, also known as Hongmeng OS, a mobile operating system under development by Huawei Logitech Harmony, a series of universal remote controls made by Logitech ECMAScript Harmony, codename for the sixth edition of the scripting language Har ...

                                               

Cross of Iron

Cross of Iron is a 1977 war film directed by Sam Peckinpah, featuring James Coburn, Maximilian Schell, James Mason and David Warner. Set on the Eastern Front in World War II during the Soviets Caucasus operations against the German Kuban bridgehe ...

                                               

Roseland (film)

Roseland is a 1977 Merchant Ivory Productions anthology film with a screenplay by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. It was directed by James Ivory and produced by Ismail Merchant. The film is made up of three connected short features: The Waltz, The Hustle a ...

                                               

Death of a President (1977 film)

Death of a President is a 1977 Polish drama film directed by Jerzy Kawalerowicz. It was entered into the 28th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear for an outstanding artistic contribution. The film was also selected as ...

                                               

Shock

Supply shock Demand shock Shock economics, an unpredicted event that affects an economy Culture shock, in social psychology Shock value, in popular psychology

                                               

The Wind and the Lion

The Wind and the Lion is a 1975 American epic adventure war film written and directed by John Milius and starring Sean Connery, Candice Bergen, Brian Keith, and John Huston. Made in Panavision and Metrocolor and produced by Herb Jaffe and Phil Ra ...

                                               

Regeneration (1915 film)

Regeneration is a 1915 American silent biographical crime drama co-written and directed by Raoul Walsh. The film, which was the first full-length feature film directed by Walsh, stars Rockliffe Fellowes and Anna Q. Nilsson and was adapted for the ...

                                               

El hombre de los hongos

The story unfolds in a family of rich landowners from the colonial era, which owns a sugar plantation on the edge of the jungle. While hunting in the forest one day, the father, Don Everardo, discovers a young black orphan by the river. He brings ...

                                               

The Promised Land (1975 film)

The Promised Land is a 1975 Polish drama film directed by Andrzej Wajda, based on a novel by Wladyslaw Reymont. Set in the industrial city of Lodz, The Promised Land tells the story of a Pole, a German, and a Jew struggling to build a factory in ...

                                               

The Little Mermaid (1976 Russian film)

The Little Mermaid is a 1976 Soviet fantasy film directed by Vladimir Bychkov based on the fairy tale of "The Little Mermaid" by Hans Christian Andersen.

                                               

Sebastiane

Sebastiane is a 1976 Latin-language British historical film directed by Derek Jarman and Paul Humfress and written by Jarman, Humfress and James Whaley. It portrays the events of the life of Saint Sebastian, including his iconic martyrdom by arro ...

                                               

Siberia (disambiguation)

Siberia, Indiana, a community in the United States Waverley, Western Australia or Siberia, an abandoned town in the goldfields Siberia continent, the craton located in the heart of the region of Siberia Siberia, California, a disappeared town in ...

                                               

Tears (film)

Tears is a 2000 South Korean film directed by Im Sang-soo. It tells the story of 4 runaway teenagers in the Garibong-dong district of Seoul and their struggles to survive the tough streets. Director Im had the idea for this film before he shot hi ...

                                               

Jaroslaw Dabrowski (film)

Wladimir Iwaszow − Andrij Potebnia Wiktor Awdiuszko − Wladislaw Ozierow Stefan Szmidt − Walery Wroblewski Zygmunt Malanowicz − Jaroslaw Dabrowski Stanislaw Niwinski − Bronislaw Szwarce Aleksandr Kalagin − Tucholko Malgorzata Potocka − Pelagia Dab ...