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Triple movie collection of three Christmassy comedies.
All I Want For Christmas (1991)
Surviving Christmas (2004)
EL Katz directs this dark comedy thriller starring Pat Healy, Ethan Embry, David Koechner and Sara Paxton. When Craig (Healy) loses his job and gets an eviction notice on his house he favours a drink at a local bar with old friend Vince (Embry) over returning home to his disapproving wife. When the cash-strapped duo are approached by a mysterious couple who propose a series of dares in exchange for money for their amusement Craig and Vince think their luck has arrived. As the dares get more dangerous and the wagers increase the pair start to wonder who these people really are. How far will they go to achieve the ultimate payout?
Adrián García Bogliano directs this horror starring Nick Damici and Ethan Embry. When Will (Embry), son of blind, retired vet Ambrose (Damici), decides that his dad can no longer live on his own, he moves him in to a retirement village where he can be monitored closely. As several of his new friends die, brutally torn to shreds by a vicious dog that is known to roam the streets at night, Ambrose becomes obsessed with the killings when he discovers that this has been happening for years. Disbelieving the locals' stories that these are just dog attacks, Ambrose, determined to stop the animal once and for all, stages an intervention to try to capture the culprit.
'Psycho' meets 'Hotel California' horror in which a young couple are trapped, awaiting their fate. For young couple Amy and David Fox (Kate Beckinsale and Luke Wilson), a long day bickering in their car suddenly gets much worse when they break down in the middle of nowhere. Luckily for them they find a motel and settle down to watch some TV. Concern rises when they realise the 'snuff' movies the motel thoughtfully supply for their guests seem vaguely familiar. Discovering hidden cameras, they realise that they are about to star in the performance of their lives, or rather the end of it, unless they can somehow escape.
Horror starring Jessica Sonneborn and Eric Roberts. After witnessing a fatal hit-and-run outside her new house, Amy (Sonneborn)'s hopes of a perfect, quiet Massachusetts neighbourhood are shattered. Matters worsen when the police, headed by Officer Peterson (Roberts), and the local residents turn a blind eye to the incident, forcing Amy to carry out her own investigation with the help of rookie cop Officer Thaxter (Josh Hammond). But, in doing so, she only succeeds in attracting further unwanted attention...
Adam Wingard directs this US thriller in which an ex-soldier causes mayhem within a family. David (Dan Stevens) knocks at the door of the Peterson family and informs mother Laura (Sheila Kelley) that he was a close friend of Caleb (Chris Harding), the son she lost in combat. Welcomed into the family home, David is initially granted a hostile reception by Caleb's brother and sister, Luke (Brendan Meyer) and Anna (Maika Monroe). However, David's handy ability to buy booze and deal out violent retribution to bullies quickly ingratiates him with the teenagers. That is, until an usual sequence of events raises suspicions that David may not be who he claims. Will any light be shed on the guest's mysterious past?
Collection of two Christmas comedies. In 'All I Want for Christmas' (1991), Ethan (Ethan Embry) and Hallie (Thora Birch) are about to experience their first Christmas since the divorce of their parents, but the kids cook up a complex Christmas Eve plot to get rid of Mom's obnoxious new boyfriend and effect a reconciliation with Dad. In 'Surviving Christmas' (2004), Drew Latham (Ben Affleck) is a successful business executive who is tired of spending Christmas alone, and decides to rent a typical All-American family to brighten up the festive season. Making the Valco family an offer they can't refuse, Drew moves in for Christmas. But before long, his spoiled antics and outrageous demands turn a happy holiday into a nightmare.
Collection of four comedies following the Griswold family's vacations. In 'National Lampoon's Vacation' (1983), the West Coast Wally World theme park is the Griswold's holiday destination, and they intend to drive there cross-country all the way from their Chicago home. Father Clark (Chevy Chase) has planned the trip down to its last detail, but the trouble begins as soon as they hit the road. In 'National Lampoon's European Vacation' (1985), the family win a holiday to Europe. Contrary to their expectations, however, it is not a luxurious, all-expenses-paid kind of trip, but rather a cut-price, economy deal which takes them to some of the Old World's seedier locations. Of course, it's not long before they are caught up in all manner of misadventures. In 'National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation' (1989), the Griswolds decide to spend the Christmas season at home. Needless to say, it is not as quiet as they had planned. Finally, in 'Vegas Vacation' (1997), the clan head for the gleaming lights of Las Vegas. Unfortunately, Clark is soon transformed into a compulsive gambler, daughter Audrey (Marisol Nichols) becomes an exotic dancer and son Rusty (Ethan Embry) begins posing as a suave high roller.
Collection of four comedies following the Griswold family's vacations.
National Lampoon's Vacation (1983)
National Lampoon's European Vacation (1985)
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989)
Vegas Vacation (1997)
Julia (Laura Regan) and Billy (Jon Abrahams) have been friends since childhood, but his recollections of those days are totally different from hers. He seems to be suffering from delusions that THEY are near. However, some of Billy's college friends (Ethan Embry and Dagmara Dominczyk) think that his fears could be only too real and try to find answers to the inexplicable things that begin to happen. Gradually, Julia has to believe that Billy is telling the truth.
Buddy comedy starring Ethan Embry and Michael Gladis. Kevin and Bruce (Embry and Gladis) run their own private security firm in a sleepy suburban town where crime is low and new contracts scarce. In order to ramp up business, the two men decide to use their home security knowledge to their advantage and rob their neighbours' homes to make them aware that they are not entirely safe. Initially, their plan comes through for them, and they enjoy a rush of new customers desperate for their help. But when a local drug lord (Cary Elwes)'s money goes missing and a police officer (Ving Rhames) begins investigating the rise in robberies, it seems like Kevin and Bruce might be in deeper than they'd hoped...
Comedy following the life-changing journey of Korean-American investment banker Harold (John Cho) and Indian-American medical-school candidate Kumar (Kal Penn). Harold and Kumar decide to spend their Friday night searching for a White Castle burger, a task that proves a lot more difficult than they imagined. The two friends wind up on an epic road trip of deep thoughts, deeper inhaling, and enough half-baked, politically incorrect philosophising to outweigh a White Castle value meal.
In 1964, Guy Patterson (Tom Everett Scott) joins his friends Jimmy and Lenny in their beat group, the Wonders. After playing at a pasta joint, they garner a local following, and are eventually offered a contract for a record and tour by Play-Tone Records' Mr White (Tom Hanks, who also writes and directs). As the band achieve pop stardom with their single, 'That Thing You Do', the pressures of success begin to take their toll.
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