An oil drilling operation in the Mongolian desert disturbs a nest of carnivorous giant worms. A treasure hunter searching for a legendary lost tomb faces a battle for his life against the monstrous creatures. Action adventure, starring Sean Patrick Flanery, Drew Waters, George Cheung and Victoria Pratt.
Ginger Rogers won her best actress Oscar for her performance in this artificial melodrama, which at least proved that she had a career outside her partnership with the great Fred Astaire. What Rogers was particularly good at was portraying the common, not to say vulgar, shop girl, and that, in Christopher Morley's once-fashionable novel, is what Kitty Foyle is: a shop girl who can't make up her mind which man to choose. Unfortunately, when this film was made, all the decent Hollywood leading men had gone off to war, making her choice exceedingly dull: doctor James Craig or playboy Dennis Morgan? Who cares? Still, there's interesting support from veteran Eduardo Ciannelli as a speakeasy owner and from Gladys Cooper as the playboy's snobby mum, but this is hard going today, even for devout Ginger fans.
The mother of a demonic child helps her son escape the clutches of the coven that brought about his conception. As he grows to adulthood, he struggles to resist the cult's plans for his future. Horror sequel, starring Stephen McHattie, Patty Duke and Ruth Gordon, reprising her Oscar-winning role from the original film.
The two estranged sons of a once-renowned scientist discover all their father's enemies have died in freak weather accidents. They discover he has developed a means to control the weather and must foil his plans when he threatens to use it to destroy the city of Washington. Sci-fi adventure, starring Jason London, Wes Brown, Erin Cahill and Stacy Keach.