A chief mechanic at a factory, haunted by nightmares in which his wife is assaulted, becomes a hero when Earth is invaded by an army bent on destruction.
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Sabina, a young girl with a dark past, wakes up in the dungeon of a masked predator. She’s been drugged on a blind date and the night promises terror…just as in her past. But when she outwits her captor and escapes half-naked into the night, her dark odyssey truly begins — she runs into a trio of adventurers who transport her to a wild fetish party, all the while taking her story as just another kinky role-playing game. But when her tormentor show up at the party and tries to claim her as his prize, will anyone save her? And who is he? The man who drugged her and forced himself on her years ago? Her date from earlier that same day? Or are they one in the same and now he’s come back to finish what he started? Or is this all a twisted game just so Sabina can have her own revenge? And if it is, who are the players? And who’s GETTING PLAYED?
Quan is a humble London businessman whose long-buried past erupts in a revenge-fueled vendetta when the only person left for him to love – his teenage daughter – dies in a senseless act of politically-motivated terrorism. His relentless search to find the terrorists leads to a cat-and-mouse conflict with a British government official whose own past may hold the clues to the identities of the elusive killers.
The only thing more terrifying than Snakes on a Plane is “Snakes on a Submarine,” and that’s exactly what we get in this claustrophobic, sub-aquatic thriller starring Luke Perry. Lieutenant Commander O’Neill (Perry) was piloting a retired submarine to its final port when Admiral Wallace (Tom Berenger) diverted the crew for one last mission: rescue an imperiled army research team before they meet a watery death. In order to reach the researchers and their top secret cargo while avoiding detection by a hostile enemy fleet, Lieutenant Commander O’Neill orders his crew to “run silent” in the depths. That silence is soon broken, however, when the cargo proves to be two genetically altered leviathans. Now, far beneath the ocean floor, a new kind of predator emerges to prove just how vulnerable man truly is when there’s nowhere left to run.
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