Colossus Neighborhood Massacre of Eight Masters

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The Colossus of New York

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The Colossus of New York is a 1958 black-and-white science fiction film from Paramount Pictures that was produced by William Alland and directed by Eugène Lourié. It stars Ross Martin, Otto Kruger, John Baragrey, Mala Powers, and Charles Herbert.
Following an accident, Jeremy Spensser’s brain is transplanted by his scientist father into the huge body of an unattractive, frightening cyborg, this to save his brilliant son’s mind so it can continue to serve mankind. Editor on the original movie was Floyd Knudtson.
 

There Goes the Neighborhood

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There Goes the Neighborhood, released as Paydirt in most foreign countries, is a 1992 comedy film. The film tells a story of a dying prisoner who whispers the location of his loot to the facility’s psychologist Willis Embry (Jeff Daniels) who heads to the New Jersey suburbs to find it. Editor on the original movie was Sharyn L. Ross.
 

Circle of Eight

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When Los Angeles newcomer Jessica (Austin Highsmith) moves into a historic downtown apartment building populated by amiable, twenty-something bohemians, she quickly discovers that her new home harbors its fair share of dark secrets. Editors on the original movie were Michael Hathaway, Mark S. Manos and Kirk M. Morri.
 

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 is a 1986 American dark comedy slasher film directed by Tobe Hooper and serves as a sequel to The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, also directed and co-written by Hooper. It was written by L. M. Kit Carson and produced by Carson, Yoram Globus, Menahem Golan and Hooper. Starring Dennis Hopper, Caroline Williams, Bill Johnson, Bill Moseley and Jim Siedow, the plot follows a radio host victimized and captured by Leatherface and his cannibalistic family while a former Texas Marshall hunts them down.
During its theatrical release, the film grossed $8 million against its $4.7 million budget and eventually gained a cult following. Editor on the original movie was Alain Jakubowicz.
 

Masters of the Universe

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Masters of the Universe is a 1987 American science fantasy action film directed by Gary Goddard and starring Dolph Lundgren, Frank Langella, Jon Cypher, Chelsea Field, Billy Barty and Courteney Cox. It is based on the Mattel toyline of the same name. It was released theatrically in the United States on August 7, 1987, and was a critical and commercial failure but became a popular cult film. Editor on the original movie was Anne V. Coates.
 

Charade

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Charade is a 1963 Technicolor American romantic comedy/mystery film directed by Stanley Donen, written by Peter Stone and Marc Behm, and starring Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn and Walter Matthau. Because Universal Pictures published the movie with an invalid copyright notice, the film entered the public domain in the United States immediately upon its release.
The film is notable for its screenplay, especially the repartee between Grant and Hepburn, for having been filmed on location in Paris, for Henry Mancini’s score and theme song, and for the animated titles by Maurice Binder. Charade has received generally positive reviews from critics, and was additionally noted to contain influences of genres such as whodunit, screwball and spy thriller. It has also been referred to as “the best Hitchcock movie that Hitchcock never made”. Editor on the original movie was Jim Clark.