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Malcolm McDowell

Born Malcolm John Taylor on June 13, 1943, in Leeds, England, Malcolm McDowell has portrayed a string of nasty characters on film, creating an indelibly etched image as a screen villain.

McDowell worked as a Royal Shakespeare Company extra before securing the part of an amoral hooligan in A Clockwork Orange (1971). McDowell chalked up a Golden Globe nomination for his chilling portrayal and was catapulted to fame, but the role ultimately typecast him. In 1979, he made an auspicious American movie debut in Time After Time and later that year starred as the iniquitous title character in Caligula.

The 1980s were a mixed bag for McDowell as he appeared in feature films such as Cross Creek ('83) and made-for-TV movies. He again played the heavy in 1994's Star Trek: Generations; his other big-screen highlights include Hugo Pool (1997), My Life So Far (1999) and The Company (2003).

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The Artist Nominated For/Won Awards 2011  3.7 ★ 100 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13 RT:97%
This modern-day silent film artfully recounts the poignant end of the silent-movie era in the late 1920s. The story contrasts the declining fortunes of a silent-screen superstar with his lover's rise to popularity as a darling of the "talkies."


A Clockwork Orange Nominated For/Won Awards 1971  3.7 ★ 137 mins Classic Movies Rated: R RT:91%
Against a bleak futuristic landscape, young sociopath Alex DeLarge spends his time stealing, raping and beating innocent people in nihilistic orgies of violence, all in an attempt to get his nightly kicks.


Bolt Nominated For/Won Awards 2008  3.8 ★ 97 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: PG RT:88%
Nominated for a Best Animated Feature Oscar and Golden Globe, this tale of adventure follows dashing German shepherd Bolt, a canine actor forced to make an action-filled cross-country trek when he's mistakenly shipped from Hollywood to New York City. Believing that he and his fictional character are one and the same, Bolt gets a glimpse of what it takes to be a real hero. Celebrity voices include John Travolta, Miley Cyrus and Malcolm McDowell.


Time After Time  1979  3.4 ★ 112 mins Cult Movies Rated: PG RT:86%
Notorious serial killer Jack the Ripper (David Warner) is back to continue his ghastly reign of terror. But this time, he's found his way from Victorian times to the late 1970s, and he's intent on taking care of unfinished business. Using a time machine to pursue Jack into the future, H.G. Wells (Malcolm McDowell) meets Amy (Mary Steenburgen), a bank clerk who teaches Wells about life in the '70s while helping him hunt for Jack.


Easy A Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  3.9 ★ 92 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13 RT:85%
Ambitious student Olive decides to boost her popularity by pretending to be the school slut. As the school's swirling rumor mill increases both her notoriety and her finances, Olive enjoys her newfound status but eventually must if it's all worth it.


Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures  2001  4.0 ★ 142 mins Documentaries Rated: NR RT:85%
Stanley Kubrick's frequent collaborator and brother-in-law, Jan Harlan, offers a fascinating inside look at the genius behind such films as 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Full Metal Jacket and Dr. Strangelove. Narrated by Tom Cruise, the documentary features interviews with family members as well as colleagues, including Jack Nicholson, Nicole Kidman, Malcolm McDowell, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese and more.


O Lucky Man! Nominated For/Won Awards 1973  3.4 ★ 178 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:82%
This surreal 1970s musical avant-garde allegory for the evils of capitalism sees ambitious young coffee salesman Mick Travis (Malcolm McDowell) plying his trade and reveling in his many triumphs (as well as some inevitable failures) as he climbs the ladder of success. Rotund comic actor Arthur Lowe won a British Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his multifacted performance as Mr. Duff/Charlie Johnson/Dr. Munda.


The Company  2003  2.7 ★ 112 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13 RT:70%
In this drama from Robert Altman, a young dancer (Neve Campbell) is focused on becoming a principal dancer with her ballet company, but finds it progressively more difficult to stick to the demanding schedule that's required. As the pressure mounts, she grows more preoccupied with other interests and with her boyfriend (James Franco), who vies for her time. The story is based on Campbell's own experiences at the National Ballet School of Canada.


Cat People Nominated For/Won Awards 1982  3.0 ★ 119 mins Cult Movies Rated: R RT:62%
When a panther is captured in New Orleans, Irina is drawn to the cat -- and the zoo curator is drawn to her. Soon, the budding romance is complicated by Irina's dark family secret: that when sexually aroused, she turns into a predatory jungle cat.


Suck  2009  3.2 ★ 91 mins Cult Movies Rated: R RT:50%
Singer Joey (Rob Stefaniuk) and his band, the Winners, will do anything for rock 'n' roll immortality. So when vampire Queeny (Dimitri Coats) bites into bassist Jennifer (Jessica Paré), the musical wannabes prove that vampires can rock, but stardom too often sucks. Malcolm McDowell stars as a vampire hunter, Henry Rollins as a radio show host, Iggy Pop as a producer, Alice Cooper as an evil bartender and Moby as a rock band's lead singer.


Hidalgo  2004  3.7 ★ 136 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:47%
Frank T. Hopkins, reputed to be one of the best riders in the Wild West, gets a chance to prove his talent when an affluent sheik invites him to join one of the most grueling races of all: a 3,000-mile trek across the Arabian Desert.


I'll Sleep When I'm Dead  2003  2.8 ★ 102 mins Thrillers Rated: R RT:43%
In this arresting drama, retirement isn't in the cards for world-weary mobster Will Graham, who's just settling into a quiet life in the country when he hears that his brother has met an untimely and brutal end.


Tank Girl  1995  3.1 ★ 103 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R RT:42%
In the year 2033, a comet has turned Earth into a rainless wasteland, and a mega-corporation controls all of the remaining water. In an attempt to end the evil reign of the company's CEO (Malcolm McDowell), Rebecca (Lori Petty) and her shy friend (Naomi Watts) hijack a stolen tank and jet -- at once becoming Tank Girl and Jet Girl. But if they want to save the world, the super-heroines will need help from a mutant race of kangaroo-humans.


Bobby Jones, Stroke of Genius  2004  3.6 ★ 128 mins Dramas Rated: PG RT:25%
In this biopic, Jim Caviezel portrays Bobby Jones, the legendary golfer who received the title of Grand Slam Champion by winning the British Amateur, the British Open, the U.S. Open and the U.S. Amateur in just one year -- 1930. After defeating an illness in his youth, Jones went on to become a record-breaking champion at just 28 years old. Also an accomplished scholar, Jones obtained two college degrees and graduated from law school.


Halloween Streamable in Canada 2007  3.6 ★ 121 mins Cult Movies Rated: UR RT:24%
This reimagining of the original horror classic finds sociopath Michael Myers escaped from the mental institution where he's been since he was a child. Myers returns to his hometown, where he haunts a teen girl and kills anyone who crosses his path.


Caligula  1979  2.6 ★ 156 mins Dramas Rated: UR RT:21%
Malcolm McDowell portrays the infamous emperor who wielded godlike power over ancient Rome while at the same time sleeping with his sister (Teresa Ann Savoy). Helen Mirren, Peter O'Toole and John Gielgud co-star in this film produced by &NFi;Penthouse Magazine&NFi_; editor Bob Guccione and written by Gore Vidal. Warning: This unrated edition contains explicit sex, nudity and violence as well as disturbing imagery.


I Spy  2002  3.2 ★ 97 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:15%
There's no love lost between boxer Kelly and CIA agent Alex -- a mismatched pair who are teamed up to track down a missing stealth bomber in this action-comedy. If they're to accomplish their mission, they'd better find a way to get along first.


Coco Chanel  2008  3.6 ★ 139 mins Dramas Rated: PG
Shirley MacLaine (in a Golden Globe-nominated role) stars in this Lifetime biopic, which tells the story of one of fashion's most prominent women, Coco Chanel, beginning with her humble beginnings in a French orphanage and continuing through her unparalleled success as a fashion icon. The film also explores Chanel's dramatic personal life, including her intense and tragic love affair with an English gentleman. Malcolm McDowell co-stars.


Golf in the Kingdom  2010  2.2 ★ 86 mins Dramas Rated: PG  until 01-Jan-2025 
In 1956, American philosophy student Michael Murphy is on his way to an ashram in India when he stops off in Scotland for one last game of golf. He meets a spirited pro who teaches him about golf and life, and how the two are beautifully intertwined.


Monte Carlo  1986  2.7 ★ 94 mins Drama Rated: NR
The all-star cast of this glamorous TV miniseries shines in an engrossing story about espionage in Monte Carlo during World War II. Russian singer Katrina Petrovna (Joan Collins) operates as a double agent to obtain revenge against the Nazis who killed her husband. Also caught up in the city's tumult are American writer Harry Price (George Hamilton), who begins a romance with Katrina, and Irish mercenary Christopher Quinn (Malcolm McDowell).


The Outer Limits: The New Series: Sex and Science Fiction  1995  3.3 ★ 264 mins Television
Up for a little spicy sci-fi? This cult favorite of the 1960s spawned a popular sequel series in 1995. This collection of lusty episodes from the new show -- featuring guest stars like Alyssa Milano and Antonio Sabato Jr. -- gets personal. Episodes include "Caught in the Act," "Bits of Love," "Human Operators," "Skin Deep" and "Flower Child," in which an old lady who tends to flowers gets the life sucked out of her by some roots.


Cyborg 3  1994  2.7 ★ 90 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
In this follow-up to director Michael Schroeder's Cyborg 2, Khrystyne Haje stars as the half-human heroine Cash, a cyborg who makes history by becoming pregnant (a role vacated by a young Angelina Jolie, who starred in the previous film). Eagle-eyed fans of 1980s nostalgia will recognize Haje as one of the brainy students in "Head of the Class," and will spot her co-star, Zach Galligan, as the hero of the Gremlins movies.


The Curse of King Tut's Tomb  2006 170 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Convinced that an emerald tablet once owned by King Tut has the power to control the world, archaeologist Danny Freemont (Casper Van Dien) and Egyptologist Dr. Barakat (Leonor Varela) set out on a quest to find it. But among Freemont's various colleagues, only his nemesis, archaeologist Morgan Sinclaire (Jonathan Hyde), believes it actually exists. Malcolm McDowell co-stars in this epic action adventure directed by Russell Mulcahy (Highlander).


Blue Gold: World Water Wars  2009  3.8 ★ 90 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Narrated by Malcolm McDowell, this award-winning documentary from director Sam Bozzo posits that we're moving closer to a world in which water -- a seemingly plentiful natural resource -- could actually incite war. As water becomes an increasingly precious commodity, corrupt governments, corporations and even private investors are scrambling to control it which leaves everyday citizens fighting for a substance they need to survive.


Between Strangers  2002  3.2 ★ 97 mins Drama Rated: R
Edoardo Ponti writes and directs this intense, Toronto-set drama about three women of different ages -- photographer Natalia (Mira Sorvino), housewife Olivia (Sophia Loren) and concert cellist Catherine (Deborah Kara Unger) -- who change their lives when they confront their painful pasts. Malcolm McDowell co-stars as Catherine's abusive father, and Pete Postlethwaite plays Olivia's wheelchair-bound husband.


Franklin & Bash: Season 1: Disc 1  2011 168 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes: "Pilot", "She Came Upstairs to Kill Me", "Jennifer of Troy" and "Bro-Bono".


Caligula  1979  2.6 ★ 156 mins Drama Rated: UR
Malcolm McDowell portrays the infamous emperor who wielded godlike power over ancient Rome while at the same time sleeping with his sister (Teresa Ann Savoy). Helen Mirren, Peter O'Toole and John Gielgud co-star in this film produced by &NFi;Penthouse Magazine&NFi_; editor Bob Guccione and written by Gore Vidal. Warning: This unrated edition contains explicit sex, nudity and violence as well as disturbing imagery.


Milk Money Nominated For/Won Awards 1994  3.2 ★ 110 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13
Three boys pool their money and travel to the big city, hoping to find a woman who'll undress for them. They find a prostitute named V who's willing to fulfill their request -- and who also comes to their rescue when their bikes are stolen.


Royal Flash  1975  2.8 ★ 103 mins Comedy Rated: PG
Cowardly rogue Harry Flashman's (Malcolm McDowell) schemes to gain entry to the royal circles of 19th-century Europe go nowhere until he meets a pair of devious nobles with their own agenda. At their urging, Flashman agrees to re-create himself as a bogus Prussian nobleman to woo a beautiful duchess. But the half-baked plan quickly comes unraveled, and he's soon on the run from several new enemies who are all calling for the rapscallion's head.


Robot Chicken Star Wars  2007  4.1 ★ 23 mins TV Shows Rated: R
Fans of Adult Swim's "Robot Chicken" and the Star Wars movie franchise won't want to miss this collection of 30 sketches from "Robot Chicken" creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich. This hilarious compilation features an array of skits -- such as "Darth Vader's Collect Call" and "Inside the AT-AT" -- as well as the incredible voice talents of Hulk Hogan, Malcolm McDowell, Conan O'Brien and even the original Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill.


Halloween: Bonus Material  2007  3.8 ★ 240 mins Horror Rated: NR
The bonus features for Rob Zombies update of the slasher classic includes the exhaustive documentary "Michael Lives" as well as three additional behind-the-scenes featurettes, deleted scenes, casting sessions and screen tests, and a blooper reel.


Island of the Dead  2000  2.5 ★ 91 mins Horror Movies Rated: R
Malcolm McDowell, Mos Def and Talisa Soto star in this supernatural thriller about Rupert King, a rich real estate developer who's hatching a plot to build on New York's Hart Island, where, long ago, nameless many were buried. But he's soon dissuaded from his plans when fiendish flies take over the island and begin feasting on humans. Now, they're hungry for blood ... Rupert's blood.


Short #2: Dreams  1999  2.9 ★ 148 mins Dramas Rated: NR
The subconscious is the theme of this collection of short films that includes Chris Marker's landmark La Jetee as well as The Big Brass Ring with Malcolm McDowell; A Guy Walks into a Bar, starring Fred Savage; and Jane Campion's A Girl's Own Story.


Star Trek: Generations  1994  3.7 ★ 117 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: PG
Capt. Jean-Luc Picard commands the newest incarnation of the U.S.S. Enterprise, investigating a disaster at an outlying settlement. The catastrophe's sole survivor is Dr. Tolian Soran, who has malevolent plans to use an energy field called the Nexus.


The Curse of King Tut's Tomb  2006  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Convinced that an emerald tablet once owned by King Tut has the power to control the world, archaeologist Danny Freemont joins an Egyptologist in a quest to find it. But among Freemont's colleagues, only his nemesis believes it actually exists.


Red Roses and Petrol  2008  3.1 ★ 97 mins Dramas Rated: R
In this poignant drama, Malcolm McDowell appears in flashbacks as Enda Doyle, a poet and university librarian whose family deals with old wounds and new revelations as they gather in Dublin for his wake. Reeling from his death, Enda's widow (Olivia Tracey), daughters (Heather Juergensen and Susan Lynch) and black sheep son (Max Beesley) sort through Enda's things -- and discover unsettling secrets about the complicated patriarch.


A Green Story  2012  2.8 ★ 90 mins Drama Rated: NR
A Greek man who came to the U.S. decades ago to start a company that sells environmentally friendly products learns he has cancer and little time to live. During his final days, he reflects on his early struggles as an immigrant businessman.


LEGO: Hero Factory: Savage Planet  2011  3.6 ★ 45 mins TV Shows
Freshly minted from the Hero Factory, rookie Rocka and his super-powered buddies take on an evil witch doctor in this Lego-centric animated adventure. Unless they can stop the demented doc, a once-beautiful planet will self-destruct.


Blue Thunder  1983  3.2 ★ 109 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
While testing an experimental high-tech helicopter ostensibly created to quash potential terrorism at the Olympics, chopper pilot Frank Murphy hijacks the craft when he learns its true purpose -- and soon finds himself hunted through the skies.


Metalocalypse: Season 2: Disc 1  2007 110 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Dethecution," "Dethlessons," "Dethvengeance," "Dethdoubles," "Dethfashion," "Cleanso," "Dethwedding," "P.R. Pickles," "Dethcarraldo" and "Dethgov."


Metalocalypse: Season 2: Disc 2  2007 114 mins TV Shows Rated: R
This disc includes the following episodes: "Dethrace," "The Revengencers," "Klokblocked," "Dethsources," "Dethdad," "Snakes N Barrels II, Part 1," "Snakes N Barrels II, Part 2," "Dethrecord" and "Dethrelease I."


Dinotopia: Quest for the Ruby Sunstone  2005  3.2 ★ 75 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: NR
Alyssa Milano, Kathy Griffin and Jamie Kennedy lend their voices to this whimsical animated tale about 12-year-old orphan Kex Bradley, who's befriended by a dinosaur named 26 after getting shipwrecked on the island of Dinotopia. But dark powers threaten the magical land when the vile Ogthar steals the Ruby Sunstone. With Kex's help, 26 must fight Ogthar to preserve the harmony that makes Dinotopia an enchanting place for humans and dinosaurs.


Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1: Disc 1  2007 132 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "A Clean Escape," "The Awakening" and "Jerry Was a Man."


Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1: Disc 2  2007 132 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Discarded," "Watchbird" and "Little Brother."


Firestarter 2: Rekindled  2002  3.2 ★ 168 mins Horror Movies Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
In this sequel to the 1984 film based on Stephen King's novel, Marguerite Moreau plays an adult Charlie, who's grown up with the unwanted (and often uncontrollable) gift of pyrokinesis. Still hiding from the government organization seeking to harness her power for their own evil uses, Charlie gets help from an investigator (Danny Nucci) originally sent to find Charlie and deliver her to the sinister agency -- until he learns of their real plan.


Tempo  2003  2.6 ★ 83 mins Thrillers Rated: R
Expatriate American Sarah James (Melanie Griffith) -- who earns a good living as a black-market courier in France -- hatches a scheme to rob a high-priced jewelry store with help from her much younger beau, Jack Ganzer (Hugh Dancy). But when a seemingly artless young woman (Rachael Leigh Cook) who works at the shop begins to drive a wedge between them, it threatens the heist and Sarah's relationship with Jack in this direct-to-video crime caper.


Cat People  1982  3.0 ★ 119 mins Horror Rated: R
When a panther is captured in New Orleans, Irina is drawn to the cat -- and the zoo curator is drawn to her. Soon, the budding romance is complicated by Irina's dark family secret: that when sexually aroused, she turns into a predatory jungle cat.


Royal Flash  1975  2.8 ★ 103 mins Comedies Rated: PG
Cowardly rogue Harry Flashman's (Malcolm McDowell) schemes to gain entry to the royal circles of 19th-century Europe go nowhere until he meets a pair of devious nobles with their own agenda. At their urging, Flashman agrees to re-create himself as a bogus Prussian nobleman to woo a beautiful duchess. But the half-baked plan quickly comes unraveled, and he's soon on the run from several new enemies who are all calling for the rapscallion's head.


Tank Girl  1995  3.1 ★ 103 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
In the year 2033, a comet has turned Earth into a rainless wasteland, and a mega-corporation controls all of the remaining water. In an attempt to end the evil reign of the company's CEO (Malcolm McDowell), Rebecca (Lori Petty) and her shy friend (Naomi Watts) hijack a stolen tank and jet -- at once becoming Tank Girl and Jet Girl. But if they want to save the world, the super-heroines will need help from a mutant race of kangaroo-humans.


Aces High  1976  3.4 ★ 114 mins Drama Rated: PG
Soar through the dangerous dogfight-filled skies of World War I with this drama that follows an ace fighter pilot's struggles to handle the rigors of combat, his duty to lead untested recruits and his growing dependence on alcohol.


Tales from the Crypt: Season 3  1991  3.0 ★ 368 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
The Crypt Keeper holds court over another gruesome season, spinning scary yarns fit for a shroud. In one of this spine-tingling collection's 14 episodes, Mariel Hemingway plays a woman who falls victim to a love potion ("Loved to Death"). In others, Jon Lovitz portrays a struggling actor who will do anything for a part ("Top Billing") and Whoopi Goldberg dons the robes of an occult priestess to practice voodoo ("Dead Wait").


Where Truth Lies  1996  2.2 ★ 93 mins Thrillers Rated: R
Dr. Ian Lazarre (John Savage) is on a precipitous downward spiral. After the tragic death of his first wife, he married again, only to watch that union fail. Now, he's finding solace in the bottom of a liquor bottle. Under the care of psychiatrist Dr. Vernon Renquist (Malcolm McDowell) and with aid from "nurse" Racquel (Kim Cattrall), Ian embarks on an experimental rehabilitation program that tends to blur the boundary between dreams and reality.


LEGO: Hero Factory: Savage Planet  2011  3.5 ★ 45 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
Freshly minted from the Hero Factory, rookie Rocka and his super-powered buddies take on an evil witch doctor in this Lego-centric animated adventure. Unless they can stop the demented doc, a once-beautiful planet will self-destruct.


Monte Carlo  1986  2.6 ★ 185 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
The all-star cast of this glamorous TV miniseries shines in an engrossing story about espionage in Monte Carlo during World War II. Russian singer Katrina Petrovna (Joan Collins) operates as a double agent to obtain revenge against the Nazis who killed her husband. Also caught up in the city's tumult are American writer Harry Price (George Hamilton), who begins a romance with Katrina, and Irish mercenary Christopher Quinn (Malcolm McDowell).


Monte Carlo  1986  2.7 ★ 94 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
The all-star cast of this glamorous TV miniseries shines in an engrossing story about espionage in Monte Carlo during World War II. Russian singer Katrina Petrovna (Joan Collins) operates as a double agent to obtain revenge against the Nazis who killed her husband. Also caught up in the city's tumult are American writer Harry Price (George Hamilton), who begins a romance with Katrina, and Irish mercenary Christopher Quinn (Malcolm McDowell).


Cross Creek Nominated For/Won Awards 1983  3.6 ★ 120 mins Dramas Rated: PG
Based on the protagonist's real-life memoirs, frustrated newspaper reporter Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings (Mary Steenburgen) abandons her career and moves to a Florida bayou to concentrate on writing fiction. Here, Marjorie's life is changed by a devoted servant (Alfre Woodard) who befriends her, a local businessman (Peter Coyote) who becomes her lover and the backwoods father (Rip Torn) and his daughter (Dana Hill) who become her greatest inspirat...


Milk Money  1994  3.2 ★ 110 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Three boys pool their money and travel to the big city, hoping to find a woman who'll undress for them. They find a prostitute named V who's willing to fulfill their request -- and who also comes to their rescue when their bikes are stolen.


The Philadelphia Experiment  2012  2.9 ★ 89 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: PG-13
A naval ship that mysteriously vanished in a 1940s government experiment suddenly reappears decades later in this remake of the 1984 sci-fi classic. The sole surviving crewman disembarks as a lawman boards, only for the vessel to disappear again.


Halloween II  2009  3.2 ★ 119 mins Horror Rated: UR
After Michael Myers's horrific Halloween night rampage in Haddonfield, the townspeople try to recover -- but the nightmare isn't over in Rob Zombie's bloody sequel to his reimagining of the original Halloween horror flick.


Entourage: Season 3: Part 2  2006  3.0 ★ 240 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
With his acting career on the upswing, Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) surrounds himself with an entourage of familiar faces from Queens, N.Y.: his manager, Eric Murphy (Kevin Connolly); his half brother, Johnny (Kevin Dillon); and his best friend, Turtle (Jerry Ferrara). Unfortunately, their advice often clashes with that of Vince's fast-talking agent (Jeremy Piven, in an Emmy-winning role) in this critically acclaimed HBO comedy. Part 2 inclu...


Voyage of the Damned Nominated For/Won Awards 1976  2.9 ★ 137 mins Drama Rated: PG
Some were concentration camp victims and others were just wealthy enough for the voyage. Unaware that the voyage is a sham, the passengers hear that some European countries may take them in, and they resolve not to return to the camps.


Never Apologize  2007  2.9 ★ 100 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Actor Malcolm McDowell pays tribute to filmmaker Lindsay Anderson in this program that blends reminiscences from McDowell's one-man monologue about the British director -- which ran at London's National Theatre -- with footage from Anderson films. The movies include This Sporting Life, If … and O Lucky Man! McDowell also reads pieces written by and about Anderson, and provides impressions of his mentor and other colorful figures.


The Curse of King Tut's Tomb  2006  3.0 ★ 170 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
Convinced that an emerald tablet once owned by King Tut has the power to control the world, archaeologist Danny Freemont (Casper Van Dien) and Egyptologist Dr. Barakat (Leonor Varela) set out on a quest to find it. But among Freemont's various colleagues, only his nemesis, archaeologist Morgan Sinclaire (Jonathan Hyde), believes it actually exists. Malcolm McDowell co-stars in this epic action adventure directed by Russell Mulcahy (Highlander).


Entourage: Season 3: Part 1  2006  3.0 ★ 320 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
With his acting career on the upswing, Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) surrounds himself with an entourage of familiar faces from Queens, N.Y.: his manager, Eric Murphy (Kevin Connolly); his half brother, Johnny (Kevin Dillon); and his best friend, Turtle (Jerry Ferrara). Unfortunately, their advice often clashes with that of Vince's fast-talking agent (Jeremy Piven, in an Emmy-winning role) in this critically acclaimed HBO comedy. Part 1 inclu...


Metalocalypse  2006  4.1 ★ TV Shows  starting 01-Jan-2025 
Cartoon Network's Adult Swim brings you the antics of Dethklok, a death metal band so successful that it's become the seventh-largest economy in the world, and its five Scandinavian members have no limits on their credit cards or rampant egos. Whether they're joining their own tribute band, commanding a dedicated police force, winning elections or inciting their slavish followers to commit murder, the lads always relish the massive perks of fame.


Metalocalypse: Season 1: Disc 1  2006 115 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes:"The Curse of Dethklok," "Dethwater," "Birthdayface," "Dethtroll," "Murdering Outside The Box," "Dethkomedy," "Dethfam," "Performance Klok," "Snakes 'n' Barrels" and "Mordland."


The Barber  2002  2.6 ★ 94 mins Horror Movies Rated: R
Revelstoke, Alaska, is well known for its dark and stormy winters. As one such season approaches, local barber Dexter Miles (Malcolm McDowell) becomes excited when he hears that the lifeless body of resident Lucy Waters has been discovered. While the rest of the town bundles up for a brutal winter, a chilling story unravels and is shown to us through the horrifying eyes of a serial killer -- Dexter.


Mirror Wars: Reflection One  2005  2.6 ★ 109 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Under orders from a sinister terrorist, a Russian fighter pilot steals a top secret jet from a Moscow air show, planning to use the powerful plane to shoot down Air Force One and kill the U.S. president.


Metalocalypse: Season 1: Disc 2  2006 115 mins TV Shows Rated: R
This disc includes the following episodes: "FatKlok," "Skwisklok," "Dethkids," "Religionklok," "Dethclown," "Girlfriendklok," "Dethstars," "The Metalocalypse Has Begun," "Go Forth and Die" and "Bluesklok."


The Artist  2011  3.9 ★ 100 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Winner of five Oscars, this artful black-and-white silent film follows the romance between a silent-era superstar on a downward spiral and a rising young starlet who embraces the future of cinema at the dawn of the "talkies."


If... Nominated For/Won Awards 1968  3.4 ★ 112 mins Classic Movies Rated: R
Rebellious private school student Mick Travis (Malcolm McDowell) and his friends like to break the rules. Their minor infractions lead to cruel punishments from the faculty, prompting a bloody student uprising against the school system. With its controversial counterculture message, this British satire created a stir at the time of its release. The film received two BAFTA nominations and won the Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival.


Cross Creek  1983  3.6 ★ 120 mins Drama Rated: PG
Based on the protagonist's real-life memoirs, frustrated newspaper reporter Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings (Mary Steenburgen) abandons her career and moves to a Florida bayou to concentrate on writing fiction. Here, Marjorie's life is changed by a devoted servant (Alfre Woodard) who befriends her, a local businessman (Peter Coyote) who becomes her lover and the backwoods father (Rip Torn) and his daughter (Dana Hill) who become her greatest inspirat...


The Void  2001  2.9 ★ 90 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025
Scientist Eva Soderstrom works on the "super-collider," a project which could solve the planet's energy problems. But when the collider is unintentionally activated, the world is suddenly threatened -- and Soderstrom has 24 hours to save Earth!


Golf in the Kingdom  2010  2.5 ★ 86 mins Drama Rated: PG
In 1956, American philosophy student Michael Murphy is on his way to an ashram in India when he stops off in Scotland for one last game of golf. He meets a spirited pro who teaches him about golf and life, and how the two are beautifully intertwined.


Franklin & Bash: Season 2  2012  3.8 ★ Television
Offbeat attorneys and good friends Jared Franklin and Peter Bash continue to use unconventional tactics to win cases for the prominent law firm of Infeld Daniels in this engaging legal dramedy.


2103: The Deadly Wake  1996  2.1 ★ 100 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: NR
Dishonored former seaman Capt. Sean Murdoch (Malcolm McDowell) gets a chance to redeem himself when he's offered the opportunity to helm a prison tanker carrying a cargo of criminally insane inmates in this futuristic sci-fi thriller. But when the crew members start dying off, Murdoch must join forces with his nemesis, prison warden Tarkis (Michael Paré), to ferret out the truth of the mysterious situation onboard.


The Outer Limits: The New Series: Sex and Science Fiction  1995  3.3 ★ 264 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Up for a little spicy sci-fi? This cult favorite of the 1960s spawned a popular sequel series in 1995. This collection of lusty episodes from the new show -- featuring guest stars like Alyssa Milano and Antonio Sabato Jr. -- gets personal. Episodes include "Caught in the Act," "Bits of Love," "Human Operators," "Skin Deep" and "Flower Child," in which an old lady who tends to flowers gets the life sucked out of her by some roots.


Entourage: Season 3: Part 2  2006  3.0 ★ 240 mins TV Shows Rated: R
With his acting career on the upswing, Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) surrounds himself with an entourage of familiar faces from Queens, N.Y.: his manager, Eric Murphy (Kevin Connolly); his half brother, Johnny (Kevin Dillon); and his best friend, Turtle (Jerry Ferrara). Unfortunately, their advice often clashes with that of Vince's fast-talking agent (Jeremy Piven, in an Emmy-winning role) in this critically acclaimed HBO comedy. Part 2 inclu...


Bopha!  1993  3.0 ★ 118 mins Drama Rated: PG-13
A black South African family struggles to stay together as the father (Danny Glover), a senior police official, and the son, a student activist, clash amidst the upheaval of apartheid. But the ever-increasing violence soon forces the father to make a choice between his closely held beliefs and his son's life. Based on the play by Percy Mtwa, the movie marks Morgan Freeman's directorial debut and also stars Malcolm McDowall and Alfre Woodard.


Hugo Pool  1997  2.7 ★ 93 mins Comedies Rated: R
This bizarre cult comedy stars Alyssa Milano as Hugo, a young pool cleaner in Los Angeles. In the course of one day, Hugo cleans 44 pools, deals with eccentric and even dangerous clients, and helps her mom (Cathy Moriarty) and dad Malcolm McDowell) grow up. She still finds time to fall in love -- with a Hungarian film director (Patrick Dempsey) afflicted with Lou Gehrig's disease. Co-stars Robert Downey Jr., Richard Lewis and Sean Penn.


I'll Sleep When I'm Dead  2003  2.9 ★ 102 mins Thrillers Rated: R
In this arresting drama, retirement isn't in the cards for world-weary mobster Will Graham, who's just settling into a quiet life in the country when he hears that his brother has met an untimely and brutal end.


Blue Gold: World Water Wars  2009  3.8 ★ 90 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Narrated by Malcolm McDowell, this award-winning documentary from director Sam Bozzo posits that we're moving closer to a world in which water -- a seemingly plentiful natural resource -- could actually incite war. As water becomes an increasingly precious commodity, corrupt governments, corporations and even private investors are scrambling to control it which leaves everyday citizens fighting for a substance they need to survive.


Fist of the North Star  1995  2.9 ★ 92 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
This pummeling live-action sci-fi epic follows the adventures and hardships of Kenshiro (Gary Daniels), a legendary warrior with a Nietzchean philosphical bent. Guided by his dead father, Kenshiro battles an evil ruler (Costas Mandylor) who's kidnapped his true love (Isako Washio). The film is based on Buronson's hugely popular graphic novel, which became an anime series and was the first manga to be adapted into a live-action Hollywood movie.


Metalocalypse: Season 3: Disc 2  2009 107 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Dethsiduals," "Fatherklok," "Rehabklok," "Dethzazz" and "Doublebookedklokson."


The First 9 1/2 Weeks  1998  2.8 ★ 99 mins Drama Rated: R
Set in New Orleans, this steamy film follows hot-to-trot stockbroker Matt Wade (Paul Mercurio) as he heads to the Big Easy to court the fortunes of an eccentric, elderly millionaire (Malcolm McDowell) and encounters an unexpected distraction -- the prospective client's beautiful wife (Clara Bellar). Will he seal the deal or give in to temptation? Director Alex Wright penned this prequel to the erotic thriller 9-1/2 Weeks.


Terminal Countdown  2001  2.8 ★ 104 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
On the eve of the new year, the computer system on a top-secret missle silo prepares itself to initiate a nuclear attack. Now, with only 24 hours remaining, a tough CIA officer and his Special Forces team must battle unscrupulous drug lords and deadly obstacles in order to disarm the warhead and prevent the world's worst catastrophe.


Fairy King of Ar  1996  2.8 ★ 91 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: NR
Raised on their grandmother's fantastic tales about fairies held captive underground, Kyle and Evie unexpectedly inherit a old mine and discover that the stories were true and that the fairies hold the key to saving the kids' terminally ill father. Now, the children must open the mine and free the fairies, but it's not easy, especially when they encounter the prejudices of hostile locals. Corbin Bernsen, Glynis Barber and Malcolm McDowe...


Fatal Pursuit  1998  2.4 ★ 101 mins Thrillers Rated: R
An ex-cop-cum-private investigator named Deghy (L.P. Brown) joins forces with a sexy female gumshoe (Shannon Whirry) in an effort to recover $8 million worth of stolen jewelry. As the two take a liking to one another, they find themselves caught up in a web of intrigue. The brains behind the heist (Malcolm McDowell) and his beautiful French assistant (Lydie Denier) are prepared to fight to the death to protect their treasure.


Home Alone: The Holiday Heist  2012  3.6 ★ 90 mins Children & Family
Finn Baxter's new house is under siege by a trio of thieves who are after a priceless painting hidden by the previous owner. So when 10-year-old Finn and his sister are home alone, Finn rigs up elaborate booby traps to thwart the bumbling criminals.


Suing the Devil  2011  2.9 ★ Faith & Spirituality Rated: NR
When a struggling law student sues Satan for $8 trillion, the old devil actually shows up for the trial in this offbeat Christian comedy. Defended by 10 of the nation's top lawyers, Satan makes his case to the world in the ultimate celebrity trial.


A Clockwork Orange: Bonus Material  1971  4.0 ★ 60 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
The bonus material for Stanley Kubrick's disturbing look at a bleak future includes the documentary "Still Tickin': The Return of Clockwork Orange," a featurette called "Great Bolshy Yarblockos!: Making A Clockwork Orange" and a career profile titled "O Lucky Malcolm!"


Night Train to Venice  1993  2.0 ★ Foreign Movies Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025
The costume-clad passengers en route to Venice's citywide Carnival celebration barely seem to notice when a quintet of neo-Nazis hijacks their Orient Express train and take them on a journey of their own making. Is it a coincidence that one of passengers (Hugh Grant) is a journalist rushing to deliver his exposé of the European neo-Nazi movement to his publisher? Nothing is immediately clear in this thriller from Carlo U. Quinterio.


Poor Cow  1968  3.2 ★ Classics Rated: NR
Director Ken Loach's bleak character study follows the emotional evolution of Joy (Carol White), a wife and mother dissatisfied with her small-time crook husband, Tom (John Bindon), whose petty thievery far outweighs his interest in his family. When Tom is arrested, Joy has a chance to start life anew, and does so with a vengeance. Co-starring Terence Stamp, Loach's drama garnered a Best Foreign Film nod at the Golden Globes.


Happily Ever After  1993  3.4 ★ 75 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: G
A variation on the treasured fairy tale "Snow White," this story follows Snow White and her Prince as they try to escape the evil clutches of the now-deceased evil queen and her equally wicked brother, Lord Maliss. Posing as a dragon, Lord Maliss goes after the couple, who seek refuge with the Seven Dwarfs' cousins, the female Dwarfelles. The film features the voices of Irene Cara, Ed Asner, Phyllis Diller and Tracey Ullman.


Antiviral  2012  2.8 ★ 110 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: NR
This wild sci-fi vision imagines a freaky future where diseases caught by celebrities are put on the market for injection by their obsessed fans. Virus dealer Syd March makes a big mistake when he gives himself the same bug that killed a superstar.


Inhabited  2003  3.0 ★ 94 mins Horror Rated: PG-13
The Russells think they've found their dream home, until eerie sounds and murdered pets make the family realize something is wrong with their new digs. Soon it becomes apparent that something otherworldly is living beneath the house.


The Employer  2012  2.4 ★ 90 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
Five candidates are vying for a job with a high-powered corporation whose business practices are shrouded in mystery. On the night before the last interview, they find themselves drugged and trapped in a room fighting for survival, as only one candidate will get the job.


Masters of Science Fiction  2007  3.4 ★ 264 mins TV Shows
Preeminent physicist Stephen Hawking hosts this series, which features science fiction stand-alones written and directed by various legends in the field, and stars celebrated actors such as Malcolm McDowell, Anne Heche and Sam Waterston.


If...  1968  3.4 ★ 112 mins Classics Rated: R
Rebellious private school student Mick Travis (Malcolm McDowell) and his friends like to break the rules. Their minor infractions lead to cruel punishments from the faculty, prompting a bloody student uprising against the school system. With its controversial counterculture message, this British satire created a stir at the time of its release. The film received two BAFTA nominations and won the Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival.


The List  2007  2.9 ★ 107 mins Thrillers Rated: PG
After his father's sudden death, Renny Jacobson's (Chuck Carrington) only inheritance is an interest in something called the Covenant List of South Carolina. He soon discovers that all those connected with the list inherit both untold fortune -- and an ancient curse. Bound to the Covenant by blood, Renny fights to escape his evil destiny. Hilarie Burton, Malcolm McDowell and Will Patton co-star.


Franklin & Bash  2011  4.0 ★ TV Shows
After bringing in the right verdict on a high-profile case, longtime friends and fellow lawyers Jared Franklin and Steven Bash begin working for a major law firm, joining its buttoned-up staff of brilliant legal minds.


Moon 44  1990  2.6 ★ 102 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: R
In 2038, at a remote outpost on Moon 44, Galactic Mining Corp. agent Felix Stone (Michael Paré) embarks on a dangerous mission to stop the hijacking of precious natural resources needed on Earth. To do so, he must battle a familiar foe and an alien enemy. Malcolm McDowell, Lisa Eichhorn and Dean Devlin star in this sci-fi thriller from action director Roland Emmerich (Independence Day).


Bopha!  1993  3.0 ★ 118 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13
A black South African family struggles to stay together as the father (Danny Glover), a senior police official, and the son, a student activist, clash amidst the upheaval of apartheid. But the ever-increasing violence soon forces the father to make a choice between his closely held beliefs and his son's life. Based on the play by Percy Mtwa, the movie marks Morgan Freeman's directorial debut and also stars Malcolm McDowall and Alfre Woodard.


Barry Munday  2010  3.2 ★ 94 mins Comedy Rated: R
After a movie theater rendezvous with a teenager leads to a vicious attack from the girl's trumpet-wielding father, consummate womanizer Barry Munday (Patrick Wilson) wakes up in the hospital and discovers that his testicles were removed. Robbed of his chance to ever procreate, Barry is thrilled when he discovers he's been named in a paternity suit, even though he has no memory of ever sleeping with the plaintiff.


Sunset Nominated For/Won Awards 1988  3.1 ★ 107 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
Set in 1927, this Western spoof has outlaw Wyatt Earp (James Garner) acting as an adviser on his own biopic. When Earp hooks up with silent-screen cowboy Tom Mix (Bruce Willis), the pair becomes enmeshed in a murder mystery that has the whole studio puzzled. Together, the two actors try to solve the crime, traveling back in time to find important clues. Malcolm McDowell and Mariel Hemingway also star in this comic adventure.


Mirror Wars: Reflection One  2005  2.6 ★ 109 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Under orders from a sinister terrorist, a Russian fighter pilot steals a top secret jet from a Moscow air show, planning to use the powerful plane to shoot down Air Force One and kill the U.S. president.


Dinotopia: Quest for the Ruby Sunstone  2005  3.4 ★ 75 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
Young orphan Kex is befriended by a dinosaur named 26 after getting shipwrecked on the island of Dinotopia. Dark powers threaten the magical land when the vile Ogthar steals the Ruby Sunstone, and Kex must help fight Ogthar to preserve the harmony.


The Surgeon  1995  2.8 ★ 100 mins Horror Rated: R
In this hospital horror tale, Drs. McCann (Isabel Glasser) and Hendricks (James Remar) take on a dangerous operation when, in order to prove McCann's innocence, they begin investigating the gruesome experiments of Dr. Stein (Malcolm McDowell). McCann and Hendricks ultimately come up against the diabolical Dr. Matar (Sean Haberle), whose shady past has led him into the realm of insanity. Peter Boyle co-stars as police lieutenant McEllwaine.


Hidalgo  2004  3.7 ★ 136 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13
Frank T. Hopkins, reputed to be one of the best riders in the Wild West, gets a chance to prove his talent when an affluent sheik invites him to join one of the most grueling races of all: a 3,000-mile trek across the Arabian Desert.


Robot Chicken Star Wars  2007  4.0 ★ 23 mins TV Shows
Fans of Adult Swim's "Robot Chicken" and the Star Wars movie franchise won't want to miss this collection of 30 sketches from "Robot Chicken" creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich. This hilarious compilation features an array of skits -- such as "Darth Vader's Collect Call" and "Inside the AT-AT" -- as well as the incredible voice talents of Hulk Hogan, Malcolm McDowell, Conan O'Brien and even the original Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill.


The Curse of King Tut's Tomb: Part Two  2006 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 

The Company  2003  2.7 ★ 112 mins Drama Rated: PG-13
A young dancer is focused on becoming a principal dancer with her ballet company but finds it progressively harder to stick to the demanding schedule. As the pressure mounts, she grows preoccupied with other interests, including her boyfriend.


The Curse of King Tut's Tomb: Part One  2006 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 

Firestarter 2: Rekindled  2002  3.3 ★ 168 mins Horror Rated: NR
In this sequel to the 1984 film based on Stephen King's novel, Marguerite Moreau plays an adult Charlie, who's grown up with the unwanted (and often uncontrollable) gift of pyrokinesis. Still hiding from the government organization seeking to harness her power for their own evil uses, Charlie gets help from an investigator (Danny Nucci) originally sent to find Charlie and deliver her to the sinister agency -- until he learns of their real plan.


Kids of the Round Table  1995  2.9 ★ 98 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: NR
A neighborhood game of King Arthur and the Round Table becomes real in this family comedy. Eleven-year-old Alex Cole (Johnny Morina) tells his friends about the Camelot legend, and they have a blast with their aluminum foil swords and plastic armor. But when Alex stumbles across the real deal -- King Arthur's ancient sword, Excalibur -- he'll need the help of legendary sorcerer Merlin to prove himself worthy of the wondrous weapon.


Sanitarium  2013  2.4 ★ 112 mins Horror Rated: NR
Exploring the narratives of three different patients living in a mental institution, this unsettling anthology dissects each subject's life story and reveals what drove them to madness.


Assassin of the Tsar  1991  2.7 ★ 100 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13
Timofeyev (Malcolm McDowell) is certain he's actually Yakov Yurovsky, the man who murdered the entire family of Tsar Nicholas II. One problem: It's not 1918, and he's not in the middle of a revolution. Instead, it's modern-day Russia, and he's in a hospital where a doctor is trying to make heads or tails of his story. To help cure Timofeyev, the doctor takes him to the site of the murders to reenact the assassination, hoping to break its spell.


Franklin & Bash: Season 1: Disc 2  2011 124 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes: "You Can't Take It with You", "Big Fish" and "Franklin vs. Bash".


Princess of Thieves  2001  3.5 ★ 90 mins Drama
When King Richard passes away and Robin Hood (Stuart Wilson) is captured by Prince John (Jonathan Hyde), Hood's fiery daughter, Gwyn (Keira Knightley), is forced to find Prince Philip (Stephen Moyer), the rightful heir to the throne, and rescue her father. The rousing family adventure features a spirited performance by Knightley and also stars Malcolm McDowell as the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham.


Franklin & Bash: Season 1: Disc 3  2011 125 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes: "The Bangover", "Bachelor Party" and "Go Tell It on the Mountain".


Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures  2001  3.9 ★ 142 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Stanley Kubrick's frequent collaborator and brother-in-law, Jan Harlan, offers a fascinating inside look at the genius behind such films as 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Full Metal Jacket and Dr. Strangelove. Narrated by Tom Cruise, the documentary features interviews with family members as well as colleagues, including Jack Nicholson, Nicole Kidman, Malcolm McDowell, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese and more.


Just Visiting  2001  3.2 ★ 88 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13
It's a case of culture clash when a warrior finds himself a few thousand miles -- and 900 years -- from home. Count Thibault of Malfete (Jean Reno) is transported from 12th-century France to a modern Chicago museum. There, he meets the beautiful Julia (Christina Applegate), a descendant of his. The problem is, if he doesn't get back to his own time, she'll never be born. Jean-Marie Poiré directs this remake of his 1993 comedy Les Visiteurs.


St. Patrick: The Irish Legend  2000  3.3 ★ 90 mins Drama Rated: NR
Filmed in Ireland, this made-for-cable biopic profiles the Emerald Isle's patron saint. While suffering as the slave of pagan barbarians, young Patrick (Luke Griffin) has a divine encounter that rekindles his religious fervor. He grows up to become a missionary (played by Patrick Bergin) determined to convert his native land to Christianity. But upon returning home, Patrick butts heads with a British bishop (Malcolm McDowell).


Pact with the Devil  2004  2.8 ★ 89 mins Horror Rated: R
Male model Dorian has been blessed with fame, wealth and a limitless supply of gorgeous women. But when Dorian begins to worry about losing his looks, his mysterious agent offers him the gift of eternal youth ... at the cost of his soul.


Terminal Countdown  2001  2.8 ★ 104 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
On the eve of the new year, the computer system on a top-secret missle silo prepares itself to initiate a nuclear attack. Now, with only 24 hours remaining, a tough CIA officer and his Special Forces team must battle unscrupulous drug lords and deadly obstacles in order to disarm the warhead and prevent the world's worst catastrophe.


Doomsday  2008  3.2 ★ 113 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: UR
When a deadly viral epidemic kills hundreds of thousands of people in Britain, the government quarantines the infected behind a walled city -- only to be confronted with a resurgence of the disease 30 years later.


Suck  2009  3.1 ★ 91 mins Horror Rated: R
Singer Joey (Rob Stefaniuk) and his band, the Winners, will do anything for rock 'n' roll immortality. So when vampire Queeny (Dimitri Coats) bites into bassist Jennifer (Jessica Paré), the musical wannabes prove that vampires can rock, but stardom too often sucks. Malcolm McDowell stars as a vampire hunter, Henry Rollins as a radio show host, Iggy Pop as a producer, Alice Cooper as an evil bartender and Moby as a rock band's lead singer.


Metalocalypse: Season 1: Disc 2  2006 115 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "FatKlok," "Skwisklok," "Dethkids," "Religionklok," "Dethclown," "Girlfriendklok," "Dethstars," "The Metalocalypse Has Begun," "Go Forth and Die" and "Bluesklok."


Princess of Thieves  2001  3.5 ★ 90 mins Dramas Rated: PG
When King Richard passes away and Robin Hood (Stuart Wilson) is captured by Prince John (Jonathan Hyde), Hood's fiery daughter, Gwyn (Keira Knightley), is forced to find Prince Philip (Stephen Moyer), the rightful heir to the throne, and rescue her father. The rousing family adventure features a spirited performance by Knightley and also stars Malcolm McDowell as the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham.


Island of the Dead  2000  2.5 ★ 91 mins Horror Rated: R
Malcolm McDowell, Mos Def and Talisa Soto star in this supernatural thriller about Rupert King, a rich real estate developer who's hatching a plot to build on New York's Hart Island, where, long ago, nameless many were buried. But he's soon dissuaded from his plans when fiendish flies take over the island and begin feasting on humans. Now, they're hungry for blood ... Rupert's blood.


Excision  2012  2.9 ★ 81 mins Horror Rated: UR
AnnaLynne McCord stars in this odd horror flick as Pauline, a disturbed teenager who aspires to work in medicine and likes to dissect roadkill. The one person who understands Pauline is her little sister, who suffers from cystic fibrosis.


Tempo  2003  2.8 ★ 83 mins Thrillers Rated: R
An American expatriate -- who earns her living as a black-market courier in France -- schemes to rob a jewelry store with help from her younger beau. But the heist is compromised when a woman who works at the shop drives a wedge between the couple.


Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1  2007 264 mins TV Shows
Preeminent physicist Stephen Hawking hosts this series, which features science fiction stand-alones written and directed by various legends in the field, and stars celebrated actors such as Malcolm McDowell, Anne Heche and Sam Waterston.


Excision  2012  3.4 ★ 81 mins Horror Movies Rated: NR
AnnaLynne McCord stars in this odd horror flick as Pauline, a disturbed teenager who aspires to work in medicine and likes to dissect roadkill. The one person who understands Pauline is her little sister, who suffers from cystic fibrosis.


Metalocalypse: Season 3: Disc 1  2009 107 mins TV Shows
This disc includes the following episodes: "Renovationklok," "Tributeklok," "Dethhealth," "Dethmas" and "Fertilityklok."


Antiviral  2012  2.9 ★ 110 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: NR
This wild sci-fi vision imagines a freaky future where diseases caught by celebrities are put on the market for injection by their obsessed fans. Virus dealer Syd March makes a big mistake when he gives himself the same bug that killed a superstar.


Star Trek: Generations  1994  3.6 ★ 117 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: PG  until 01-Jan-2025
Capt. Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) commands the newest incarnation of the &NFi;U.S.S. Enterprise&NFi_;, investigating a disaster at an outlying settlement. The catastrophe's sole survivor is Dr. Tolian Soran (Malcolm McDowell), who has malevolent plans to use an energy field called the Nexus. When Picard tries to intervene, he becomes caught in the Nexus … and is reunited with the presumed-dead Capt. James T. Kirk (William Shatner).


Easy A  2010  3.9 ★ 92 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Ambitious student Olive decides to boost her popularity by pretending to be the school slut. As the swirling rumor mill increases both her notoriety and her finances, Olive enjoys her newfound status but eventually must decide if it's all worth it.


Metalocalypse: Season 2: Disc 2  2007 114 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Dethrace," "The Revengencers," "Klokblocked," "Dethsources," "Dethdad," "Snakes N Barrels II, Part 1," "Snakes N Barrels II, Part 2," "Dethrecord" and "Dethrelease I."


Metalocalypse: Season 2: Disc 1  2007 110 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Dethecution," "Dethlessons," "Dethvengeance," "Dethdoubles," "Dethfashion," "Cleanso," "Dethwedding," "P.R. Pickles," "Dethcarraldo" and "Dethgov."


The Void  2001  2.9 ★ 90 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: R
Scientist Eva Soderstrom works on the "super-collider," a project which could solve the planet's energy problems. But when the collider is unintentionally activated, the world is suddenly threatened -- and Soderstrom has 24 hours to save Earth!


Southern Cross  1999  2.4 ★ 90 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
After learning that his estranged father -- wealthy mine owner Felipe Solano (Malcolm McDowell) -- has died, Philip Bergman (Esai Morales) travels to Chile and becomes fascinated with the life and death of a man he hardly knew. But the simple act of claiming his inheritance turns into an ugly toe-to-toe with his father's former partner, Garrison Carver (Michael Ironside), who's determined to keep the riches for himself.


Entourage: Season 2  2005  3.0 ★ 450 mins TV Shows
Sexy actor Vince Chase (Adrian Grenier) continues his quest for Hollywood fame in Season 2 of this HBO comedy series that finds him maneuvering his way through Tinseltown's glamour and garbage with help from his agent (Jeremy Piven, in an Emmy-winning role) and his best buddies from Queens (Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara). In this season, Chase considers a role as Aquaman and heads to a party at the Playboy mansion.


P3K: Pinocchio 3000  2004  2.8 ★ 80 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
Malcolm McDowell and Howie Mandel lend their voices to this retelling of Pinocchio set in the futuristic city of Scamboville, where high-tech tinkerer Gepetto dreams of being a father. With help from cyberpenguin Spencer and holographic fairy Ciberina, Gepetto builds a robot son dubbed Pinocchio. True to the classic tale, the adventure takes off as the naive young automaton finds himself alone in the big city on the path to becoming a real boy.


Evilenko  2004  2.9 ★ 111 mins Foreign Movies Rated: NR
In director David Grieco's film based on true events, police detective Vadim Lesiev (Marton Csokas) tracks "the Monster of Rostov" -- Russian literature professor Andrei Chikatilo (Malcolm McDowell), a vicious serial killer who covers his bloody crimes by eating his victims. The story follows Lesiev as he investigates Chikatilo's gruesome activities in hopes of catching the elusive psychopath, which entails getting inside the madman's mind.


Asylum  1997  3.2 ★ Drama Rated: R
Nicholas goes undercover in a mental institution to figure out who murdered a doctor there -- and the answer might finally bring him peace.


Mr. Magoo  1997  2.9 ★ 87 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: PG
As optically challenged millionaire Mr. Magoo (Leslie Nielsen) bumbles through life desperately in need of spectacles, he finds himself at a museum just as jewel thief Luanne LeSeur (Kelly Lynch) is attempting to steal the Star of Kuristan, a priceless ruby. Through a fateful turn of events, the nearsighted Magoo ends up in possession of the gem -- with thieves and federal officers in hot pursuit.


Fist of the North Star  1995  3.0 ★ 92 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025
This pummeling live-action sci-fi epic follows the adventures and hardships of Kenshiro (Gary Daniels), a legendary warrior with a Nietzchean philosphical bent. Guided by his dead father, Kenshiro battles an evil ruler (Costas Mandylor) who's kidnapped his true love (Isako Washio). The film is based on Buronson's hugely popular graphic novel, which became an anime series and was the first manga to be adapted into a live-action Hollywood movie.


Franklin & Bash: Season 1: Disc 2  2011 124 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes: "You Can't Take It with You", "Big Fish" and "Franklin vs. Bash".


Franklin & Bash: Season 1: Disc 3  2011 125 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes: "The Bangover", "Bachelor Party" and "Go Tell It on the Mountain".


The List  2007  2.9 ★ 107 mins Thrillers Rated: PG
After his father's sudden death, Renny Jacobson's (Chuck Carrington) only inheritance is an interest in something called the Covenant List of South Carolina. He soon discovers that all those connected with the list inherit both untold fortune -- and an ancient curse. Bound to the Covenant by blood, Renny fights to escape his evil destiny. Hilarie Burton, Malcolm McDowell and Will Patton co-star.


Inhabited  2003  3.0 ★ 94 mins Horror Movies Rated: PG-13
The Russells think they've found their dream home ... that is, until eerie sounds, broken household items and murdered pets make the family realize something is seriously wrong with their new digs. At first, the Russells think these things may have something to do with their imaginative young daughter, Gina (Megan Gallagher), but it soon becomes apparent that an ancient race of monsters is living beneath their house. Time to sell!


Silent Hill: Revelation  2012  3.8 ★ Horror Movies Rated: R
Haunted by shocking nightmares and unsettled by her father's disappearance just before her 18th birthday, Heather goes on the hunt for him -- and discovers a disturbing truth about her own identity in this suspenseful sequel to the hit horror flick.


Time After Time  1979  3.4 ★ 112 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: PG
Notorious serial killer Jack the Ripper (David Warner) is back to continue his ghastly reign of terror. But this time, he's found his way from Victorian times to the late 1970s, and he's intent on taking care of unfinished business. Using a time machine to pursue Jack into the future, H.G. Wells (Malcolm McDowell) meets Amy (Mary Steenburgen), a bank clerk who teaches Wells about life in the '70s while helping him hunt for Jack.


Metalocalypse: Season 3: Disc 1  2009 107 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Renovationklok," "Tributeklok," "Dethhealth," "Dethmas" and "Fertilityklok."


Between Strangers  2002  3.2 ★ 97 mins Dramas Rated: R
Edoardo Ponti writes and directs this intense, Toronto-set drama about three women of different ages -- photographer Natalia (Mira Sorvino), housewife Olivia (Sophia Loren) and concert cellist Catherine (Deborah Kara Unger) -- who change their lives when they confront their painful pasts. Malcolm McDowell co-stars as Catherine's abusive father, and Pete Postlethwaite plays Olivia's wheelchair-bound husband.


Metalocalypse: Season 3: Disc 2  2009 107 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Dethsiduals," "Fatherklok," "Rehabklok," "Dethzazz" and "Doublebookedklokson."


Gangster No. 1  2000  3.3 ★ 103 mins Thrillers Rated: R
This story follows the violent rise and fall of the title character, an unnamed East End London thug (played by Paul Bettany and, at a later age, Malcolm McDowell) who gets hired by high-profile gangster Freddie Mays (David Thewlis). The eager young gun -- an irredeemable, inhumane psychopath obsessed with power -- eventually replaces his boss as top gangster by way of lies, manipulation and murder.


Class of 1999  1990  3.0 ★ 99 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: UR
Alarmed by the deterioration of city schools, the government sends cyborgs into a disreputable school to reform the bad seeds. But when discipline spirals into corporal punishment, war erupts between the school's gangs and the indestructible faculty.


Faerie Tale Theatre: Little Red Riding Hood  1983  3.3 ★ 90 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
As she makes her way through the forest to deliver a basket of goodies to her ailing grandmother (Frances Bay), Little Red Riding Hood (Mary Steenburgen) happens upon a charming wolf (Malcolm McDowell) who entices her to stray from the path. John Vernon and Diane Ladd also star in this classic episode of "Faerie Tale Theatre," an award-winning children's series from the 1980s created by actress Shelley Duvall.


Never Apologize  2007  2.9 ★ 100 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Actor Malcolm McDowell pays tribute to filmmaker Lindsay Anderson in this program that blends reminiscences from McDowell's one-man monologue about the British director -- which ran at London's National Theatre -- with footage from Anderson films. The movies include This Sporting Life, If … and O Lucky Man! McDowell also reads pieces written by and about Anderson, and provides impressions of his mentor and other colorful figures.


Evilenko  2004  2.9 ★ 111 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
In director David Grieco's film based on true events, police detective Vadim Lesiev (Marton Csokas) tracks "the Monster of Rostov" -- Russian literature professor Andrei Chikatilo (Malcolm McDowell), a vicious serial killer who covers his bloody crimes by eating his victims. The story follows Lesiev as he investigates Chikatilo's gruesome activities in hopes of catching the elusive psychopath, which entails getting inside the madman's mind.


Night Train to Venice  1993  2.0 ★ Thrillers Rated: R
A quintet of neo-Nazis hijacks an Orient Express train carrying costume-clad passengers en route to Venice's citywide Carnival celebration.


Suing the Devil  2011  2.9 ★ Rated: NR
When a struggling law student sues Satan for $8 trillion, the old devil actually shows up for the trial in this offbeat Christian comedy. Defended by 10 of the nation's top lawyers, Satan makes his case to the world in the ultimate celebrity trial.


Bobby Jones, Stroke of Genius  2004  3.6 ★ 128 mins Drama Rated: PG
In this biopic, Jim Caviezel portrays Bobby Jones, the legendary golfer who received the title of Grand Slam Champion by winning the British Amateur, the British Open, the U.S. Open and the U.S. Amateur in just one year -- 1930. After defeating an illness in his youth, Jones went on to become a record-breaking champion at just 28 years old. Also an accomplished scholar, Jones obtained two college degrees and graduated from law school.


Gangster No. 1  2000  3.3 ★ 103 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025
This story follows the violent rise and fall of the title character, an unnamed East End London thug (played by Paul Bettany and, at a later age, Malcolm McDowell) who gets hired by high-profile gangster Freddie Mays (David Thewlis). The eager young gun -- an irredeemable, inhumane psychopath obsessed with power -- eventually replaces his boss as top gangster by way of lies, manipulation and murder.


Coco Chanel  2008  3.6 ★ 139 mins Drama Rated: PG
Shirley MacLaine (in a Golden Globe-nominated role) stars in this Lifetime biopic, which tells the story of one of fashion's most prominent women, Coco Chanel, beginning with her humble beginnings in a French orphanage and continuing through her unparalleled success as a fashion icon. The film also explores Chanel's dramatic personal life, including her intense and tragic love affair with an English gentleman. Malcolm McDowell co-stars.


Short #2: Dreams  1999  2.9 ★ 148 mins Independent Rated: NR
The subconscious is the theme of this collection of short films that includes Chris Marker's landmark La Jetee as well as The Big Brass Ring with Malcolm McDowell; A Guy Walks into a Bar, starring Fred Savage; and Jane Campion's A Girl's Own Story.


Superman: Last Son of Krypton  1996  3.7 ★ 61 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
The adventures of Clark Kent and his alter ego, Superman, are explored in this collection of the first three episodes from the 1990s animated series. After the Kents adopt Clark, they realize he's not a normal boy, as he seems to hold powers and strengths that far surpass those of average humans. His exploits as a newspaper reporter follow, complete with his budding romance with fellow reporter Lois Lane and his battles with the evil Lex Luthor.


Kids of the Round Table  1995  2.9 ★ 98 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
A neighborhood game of King Arthur and the Round Table becomes real in this family comedy. Eleven-year-old Alex Cole (Johnny Morina) tells his friends about the Camelot legend, and they have a blast with their aluminum foil swords and plastic armor. But when Alex stumbles across the real deal -- King Arthur's ancient sword, Excalibur -- he'll need the help of legendary sorcerer Merlin to prove himself worthy of the wondrous weapon.


Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1  2007  3.4 ★ 264 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Preeminent physicist Stephen Hawking hosts this series, which features science fiction stand-alones written and directed by various legends in the field, and stars celebrated actors such as Malcolm McDowell, Anne Heche and Sam Waterston.


Sunset  1988  3.1 ★ 107 mins Comedy Rated: R
Set in 1927, this Western spoof has outlaw Wyatt Earp (James Garner) acting as an adviser on his own biopic. When Earp hooks up with silent-screen cowboy Tom Mix (Bruce Willis), the pair becomes enmeshed in a murder mystery that has the whole studio puzzled. Together, the two actors try to solve the crime, traveling back in time to find important clues. Malcolm McDowell and Mariel Hemingway also star in this comic adventure.


Halloween II  2009  3.1 ★ 119 mins Cult Movies Rated: UR
After Michael Myers's horrific Halloween night rampage in Haddonfield, the townspeople try to recover -- but the nightmare isn't over in Rob Zombie's bloody sequel to his reimagining of the original Halloween horror flick.


Class of 1999  1990  3.0 ★ 99 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: UR
Alarmed by the ongoing deterioration of urban schools, the government inserts a cadre of lifelike cyborg teachers into one of the country's worst schools to test their effectiveness in eradicating the "bad apples" from the system. But when discipline spirals into corporal punishment and eventually murder, a war erupts between the school's countless gangs and the seemingly indestructible members of the faculty.


Fist of the North Star (Live Action)  1996  2.3 ★ 90 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
From the immensely popular Fist of the North Star comic book series, comes a new hero. The fate of mankind rests with superhuman warrior Kenshiro, who roams the wastelands of the future waging a battle against overwhelming evil.


The Surgeon  1995  2.8 ★ 100 mins Horror Movies Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025
In this hospital horror tale, Drs. McCann (Isabel Glasser) and Hendricks (James Remar) take on a dangerous operation when, in order to prove McCann's innocence, they begin investigating the gruesome experiments of Dr. Stein (Malcolm McDowell). McCann and Hendricks ultimately come up against the diabolical Dr. Matar (Sean Haberle), whose shady past has led him into the realm of insanity. Peter Boyle co-stars as police lieutenant McEllwaine.


Entourage: Season 2  2005  3.0 ★ 450 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Sexy actor Vince Chase (Adrian Grenier) continues his quest for Hollywood fame in Season 2 of this HBO comedy series that finds him maneuvering his way through Tinseltown's glamour and garbage with help from his agent (Jeremy Piven, in an Emmy-winning role) and his best buddies from Queens (Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara). In this season, Chase considers a role as Aquaman and heads to a party at the Playboy mansion.


Bolt  2008  3.8 ★ 97 mins Children & Family Rated: PG
Nominated for a Best Animated Feature Oscar and Golden Globe, this tale of adventure follows dashing German shepherd Bolt, a canine actor forced to make an action-filled cross-country trek when he's mistakenly shipped from Hollywood to New York City.


Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1: Jerry Was a Man  2007 TV Shows Rated: NR
When the seventh richest couple in the world acquires an anthropoid worker named Jerry as a pet, their lives take a sudden turn.


Superman: Last Son of Krypton  1996  3.7 ★ 61 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
The adventures of Clark Kent and his alter ego, Superman, are explored in this collection of the first three episodes from the 1990s animated series. After the Kents adopt Clark, they realize he's not a normal boy, as he seems to hold powers and strengths that far surpass those of average humans. His exploits as a newspaper reporter follow, complete with his budding romance with fellow reporter Lois Lane and his battles with the evil Lex Luthor.


Halloween  2007  3.6 ★ 121 mins Horror Rated: UR
This remake of the original horror classic finds sociopath Michael Myers escaped from the mental institution where he's been since he was a child. Myers returns to his hometown, where he haunts a teen girl and kills anyone who crosses his path.


Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1: The Awakening  2007 TV Shows Rated: NR
Based on a short story by Howard Fast, U.S. soldiers discover a mysterious casualty in war-torn Baghdad that cannot be identified as human.


Richard the Lionheart  2013  1.9 ★ 104 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
The aging King Henry II has chosen his son Richard to lead England in the coming war against France. To test Richard's loyalty, honor and skill, Henry sends him to a hellish prison in which the captives must fight a never-ending stream of enemies in order to survive. As Richard overcomes each new challenger, his strength, ingenuity and character are proven, and the legend of Richard the Lionheart is born.


Where Truth Lies  1996  2.5 ★ 93 mins Thrillers Rated: R
Having experienced tragedy and failure, Dr. Ian Lazarre is finding solace in a liquor bottle. Under the care of psychiatrist Vernon Renquist, Ian embarks on an experimental rehabilitation program that blurs the boundary between dreams and reality.


My Life So Far  1999  3.5 ★ 95 mins Drama Rated: PG-13
Growing up on a post-World War I Scottish estate, 10-year-old Fraser Pettigrew (Robert Norman) narrates the story of his sometimes-eccentric family, which includes a strong-disciplinarian grandmother (Rosemary Harris) and a moss farmer and would-be inventor father (Colin Firth). Turmoil ensues when the boy's uncle (Malcolm MacDowell) arrives with his French maid (Irene Jacob). Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio co-stars.


Pact with the Devil  2001  2.8 ★ 89 mins Horror Movies Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025
In a modern twist on Oscar Wilde's macabre story "The Picture of Dorian Gray," male model Dorian (Ethan Erickson) has been blessed with fame, wealth and a limitless supply of gorgeous women. But when Dorian begins to worry about losing his looks to the ravages of old age, his mysterious agent (Malcolm McDowell) offers him the gift of eternal youth ... at the cost of his soul!


Evilenko: Bonus Material  2004  2.6 ★ 108 mins Foreign Movies Rated: NR
This companion disc to director David Grieco's haunting thriller includes behind-the-scenes interviews with cast and crew, a featurette and the original theatrical trailer.


St. Patrick: The Irish Legend  2000  3.3 ★ 90 mins Dramas Rated: NR
Filmed in Ireland, this made-for-cable biopic profiles the Emerald Isle's patron saint. While suffering as the slave of pagan barbarians, young Patrick (Luke Griffin) has a divine encounter that rekindles his religious fervor. He grows up to become a missionary (played by Patrick Bergin) determined to convert his native land to Christianity. But upon returning home, Patrick butts heads with a British bishop (Malcolm McDowell).


Masters of Science Fiction  2007  3.4 ★ Television
Preeminent physicist Stephen Hawking hosts this series, which features science fiction stand-alones written and directed by various legends in the field, and stars celebrated actors such as Malcolm McDowell, Anne Heche and Sam Waterston.


Entourage: Season 3: Part 1  2006  3.0 ★ 320 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
With his acting career on the upswing, Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) surrounds himself with an entourage of familiar faces from Queens, N.Y.: his manager, Eric Murphy (Kevin Connolly); his half brother, Johnny (Kevin Dillon); and his best friend, Turtle (Jerry Ferrara). Unfortunately, their advice often clashes with that of Vince's fast-talking agent (Jeremy Piven, in an Emmy-winning role) in this critically acclaimed HBO comedy. Part 1 inclu...


Vamps  2012  2.8 ★ 93 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Two sassy female vampires live the high life in New York until love enters the picture, forcing each to make a choice that will jeopardize her immortality. Have hundreds of years of dating and partying finally taught these two how to find Mr. Right?


Blue Thunder Nominated For/Won Awards 1983  3.2 ★ 109 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
While testing an experimental high-tech helicopter ostensibly created to quash potential terrorism at the Olympics, chopper pilot Frank Murphy hijacks the craft when he learns its true purpose -- and soon finds himself hunted through the skies.


Long Ago Tomorrow Nominated For/Won Awards 1971  2.9 ★ 110 mins Dramas Rated: NR
The damage is much more than physical when once optimistic young athlete Bruce Pitchard (Malcolm McDowell) is injured and admitted to a care facility for the disabled. Bitter and resentful, he succumbs to self-pity -- that is, until he meets Jill, a fellow patient with whom he falls in love. Nanette Newman co-stars in director Bryan Forbes's compassionate romantic drama, which was nominated for two Golden Globes.


Assassin of the Tsar  1991  2.9 ★ 100 mins Drama Rated: PG-13
Timofeyev, a patient in a mental institution, is certain he's actually Yakov Yurovsky, the man who murdered Tsar Nicholas II and his family in 1918. To help cure Timofeyev, a doctor causes him to revisit the events.


Halloween: Bonus Material  2007  3.8 ★ Cult Movies
The bonus features for Rob Zombies update of the slasher classic includes the exhaustive documentary "Michael Lives" as well as three additional behind-the-scenes featurettes, deleted scenes, casting sessions and screen tests, and a blooper reel.


Metalocalypse  2006  4.0 ★ Television
This outlandish series follows the antics of Dethklok, a death metal band so successful that it's become the seventh-largest economy in the world, and its five Scandinavian members have no limits on their credit cards or rampant egos.


Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes  2010  3.7 ★ 50 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Featuring the voices of Malcolm McDowell, Michael York and John Rhys-Davies, this full-length animated mystery finds Tom and Jerry matching wits with the incomparable Sherlock Holmes and his dutiful sidekick, Watson, in a case involving stolen gems. It goes without saying, of course, that a wily game of cat and mouse ensues. But which of the famous duos will get to the bottom of things first? It's elementary!


She Fell Among Thieves  1980  2.5 ★ 78 mins Dramas Rated: NR
After the infamous criminal Vanity Fair (Eileen Atkins) sedates and kidnaps a beautiful girl and shuttles her off to a chateau in the south of France, it's up to dashing Brit Richard Chandos (Malcolm McDowell) to rescue the fair maiden. Set in gorgeous 1920s France and adapted from Dornford Yates's classic page-turner, this lively thriller was the first film ever shown on PBS's long-running "Mystery!" series.


The Curse of King Tut's Tomb  2006  3.0 ★ 170 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Convinced that an emerald tablet once owned by King Tut has the power to control the world, archaeologist Danny Freemont (Casper Van Dien) and Egyptologist Dr. Barakat (Leonor Varela) set out on a quest to find it. But among Freemont's various colleagues, only his nemesis, archaeologist Morgan Sinclaire (Jonathan Hyde), believes it actually exists. Malcolm McDowell co-stars in this epic action adventure directed by Russell Mulcahy (Highlander).


Firestarter 2: Rekindled  2002  3.0 ★ 168 mins Horror Movies Rated: NR
In this sequel to the 1984 film based on Stephen King's novel, Marguerite Moreau plays an adult Charlie, who's grown up with the unwanted (and often uncontrollable) gift of pyrokinesis. Still hiding from the government organization seeking to harness her power for their own evil uses, Charlie gets help from an investigator (Danny Nucci) originally sent to find Charlie and deliver her to the sinister agency -- until he learns of their real plan.


Britannia Hospital  1982 116 mins Comedies Rated: R
Welcome to Britannia Hospital, an esteemed English institution marking its gala anniversary with a visit from the Queen Mother herself. But when investigative reporter Mick Travis (Malcolm McDowell) arrives to cover the celebration, he finds the hospital under siege by striking workers, ruthless unions, violent demonstrators, racist aristocrats, an African cannibal dictator and sinister human experiments financed by the Japanese!


The Curse of King Tut's Tomb  2006  3.4 ★ TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
Convinced that an emerald tablet once owned by King Tut has the power to control the world, archaeologist Danny Freemont (Casper Van Dien) and Egyptologist Dr. Barakat (Leonor Varela) set out on a quest to find it. But among Freemont's various colleagues, only his nemesis, archaeologist Morgan Sinclaire (Jonathan Hyde), believes it actually exists. Malcolm McDowell co-stars in this epic action adventure directed by Russell Mulcahy (Highlander).


Mr. Magoo  1997  2.9 ★ 87 mins Comedy Rated: PG
Optically challenged millionaire Mr. Magoo finds himself at a museum just as a jewel thief is attempting to steal a priceless ruby. Through a fateful turn of events, Magoo ends up in possession of the gem -- with thieves and the feds in hot pursuit.


Just Visiting  2001  3.2 ★ 88 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
It's a case of culture clash when a warrior finds himself a few thousand miles -- and 900 years -- from home. Count Thibault of Malfete (Jean Reno) is transported from 12th-century France to a modern Chicago museum. There, he meets the beautiful Julia (Christina Applegate), a descendant of his. The problem is, if he doesn't get back to his own time, she'll never be born. Jean-Marie Poiré directs this remake of his 1993 comedy Les Visiteurs.


Poor Cow Nominated For/Won Awards 1968  3.3 ★ Classic Movies Rated: NR
Director Ken Loach's bleak character study follows the emotional evolution of Joy (Carol White), a wife and mother dissatisfied with her small-time crook husband, Tom (John Bindon), whose petty thievery far outweighs his interest in his family. When Tom is arrested, Joy has a chance to start life anew, and does so with a vengeance. Co-starring Terence Stamp, Loach's drama garnered a Best Foreign Film nod at the Golden Globes.


Moon 44  1990  2.6 ★ 102 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
In 2038, at a remote outpost on Moon 44, Galactic Mining Corp. agent Felix Stone (Michael Paré) embarks on a dangerous mission to stop the hijacking of precious natural resources needed on Earth. To do so, he must battle a familiar foe and an alien enemy. Malcolm McDowell, Lisa Eichhorn and Dean Devlin star in this sci-fi thriller from action director Roland Emmerich (Independence Day).


Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1: Little Brother  2007 TV Shows Rated: NR
In the future, courtrooms are automated. In front of a kiosk that is judge, jury and executioner, a man must convince the machine of his innocence.


Masters of Science Fiction  2007  3.5 ★ TV Shows Rated: NR
Preeminent physicist Stephen Hawking hosts this series, which features science fiction stand-alones written and directed by various legends in the field, and stars celebrated actors such as Malcolm McDowell, Anne Heche and Sam Waterston.


Aces High  1976  3.4 ★ Dramas Rated: PG  until 01-Jan-2025
Soar through the dangerous dogfight-filled skies of World War I with this drama that follows ace fighter pilot Maj. Gresham's (Malcolm McDowell) struggles to handle the rigors of combat, his duty to lead untested recruits and his growing dependence on alcohol. When his girlfriend's younger brother (Peter Firth) winds up under his command, Gresham begins to buckle under the pressure of the added responsibility.


Tales from the Crypt: Season 3  1991  3.0 ★ 368 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
The Crypt Keeper holds court over another gruesome season, spinning scary yarns fit for a shroud. In one of this spine-tingling collection's 14 episodes, Mariel Hemingway plays a woman who falls victim to a love potion ("Loved to Death"). In others, Jon Lovitz portrays a struggling actor who will do anything for a part ("Top Billing") and Whoopi Goldberg dons the robes of an occult priestess to practice voodoo ("Dead Wait").


Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1: Watchbird  2007 TV Shows Rated: NR
As the solution to a ballooning crime rate, the skies are filled with flying robotic droids that can prevent murders before they take place.


Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1: The Discarded  2007 TV Shows Rated: NR
A group of people sentenced to drift in space forever take one final chance at returning to Earth when they can no longer accept their situation.


The First 9 1/2 Weeks  1998  2.9 ★ 99 mins Dramas Rated: R
Set in New Orleans, this steamy film follows hot-to-trot stockbroker Matt Wade (Paul Mercurio) as he heads to the Big Easy to court the fortunes of an eccentric, elderly millionaire (Malcolm McDowell) and encounters an unexpected distraction -- the prospective client's beautiful wife (Clara Bellar). Will he seal the deal or give in to temptation? Director Alex Wright penned this prequel to the erotic thriller 9-1/2 Weeks.


I Spy  2002  3.2 ★ 97 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13
There's no love lost between boxer Kelly and CIA agent Alex -- a mismatched pair who are teamed up to track down a missing stealth bomber in this action-comedy. If they're to accomplish their mission, they'd better find a way to get along first.


Metalocalypse: Season 1: Disc 1  2006 115 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes:"The Curse of Dethklok," "Dethwater," "Birthdayface," "Dethtroll," "Murdering Outside The Box," "Dethkomedy," "Dethfam," "Performance Klok," "Snakes 'n' Barrels" and "Mordland."


My Life So Far  1999  3.4 ★ 95 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13  until 01-Jan-2025 
Growing up on a post-World War I Scottish estate, 10-year-old Fraser Pettigrew (Robert Norman) narrates the story of his sometimes-eccentric family, which includes a strong-disciplinarian grandmother (Rosemary Harris) and a moss farmer and would-be inventor father (Colin Firth). Turmoil ensues when the boy's uncle (Malcolm MacDowell) arrives with his French maid (Irene Jacob). Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio co-stars.


The Curse of King Tut's Tomb  2006  3.0 ★ 170 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Convinced that an emerald tablet once owned by King Tut has the power to control the world, archaeologist Danny Freemont (Casper Van Dien) and Egyptologist Dr. Barakat (Leonor Varela) set out on a quest to find it. But among Freemont's various colleagues, only his nemesis, archaeologist Morgan Sinclaire (Jonathan Hyde), believes it actually exists. Malcolm McDowell co-stars in this epic action adventure directed by Russell Mulcahy (Highlander).


Fatal Pursuit  1998  2.4 ★ 101 mins Thrillers Rated: R
An ex-cop-cum-private investigator named Deghy (L.P. Brown) joins forces with a sexy female gumshoe (Shannon Whirry) in an effort to recover $8 million worth of stolen jewelry. As the two take a liking to one another, they find themselves caught up in a web of intrigue. The brains behind the heist (Malcolm McDowell) and his beautiful French assistant (Lydie Denier) are prepared to fight to the death to protect their treasure.


Vamps  2012  3.3 ★ 93 mins Comedies Rated: NR
Two sassy female vampires live the high life in New York until love enters the picture, forcing each to make a choice that will jeopardize her immortality. Have hundreds of years of dating and partying finally taught these two how to find Mr. Right?


P3K: Pinocchio 3000  2004  2.9 ★ 80 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: NR
Malcolm McDowell and Howie Mandel lend their voices to this retelling of Pinocchio set in the futuristic city of Scamboville, where high-tech tinkerer Gepetto dreams of being a father. With help from cyberpenguin Spencer and holographic fairy Ciberina, Gepetto builds a robot son dubbed Pinocchio. True to the classic tale, the adventure takes off as the naive young automaton finds himself alone in the big city on the path to becoming a real boy.


Barry Munday  2010  3.2 ★ 94 mins Comedies Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025 
After a movie theater rendezvous with a teenager leads to a vicious attack from the girl's trumpet-wielding father, consummate womanizer Barry Munday (Patrick Wilson) wakes up in the hospital and discovers that his testicles were removed. Robbed of his chance to ever procreate, Barry is thrilled when he discovers he's been named in a paternity suit, even though he has no memory of ever sleeping with the plaintiff.


Cut Off  2006  2.2 ★ 88 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
After her billionaire father (Malcolm McDowell) cuts her off, spoiled Patricia (Amanda Brooks) is driven to a desperate act of rebellion: With the help of her stoner boyfriend (Thomas Ian Nicholas), she turns to crime to restore her lavish lifestyle. But their attempt to knock over a check-cashing business spawns some nightmarish mishaps that turn the potential riches-to-rags-to-riches tale into a fugitive spree with the cops in hot pursuit.


Britannia Hospital  1982  2.6 ★ 116 mins Comedy Rated: R
Welcome to Britannia Hospital, an esteemed English institution marking its gala anniversary with a visit from the Queen Mother herself. But when investigative reporter Mick Travis (Malcolm McDowell) arrives to cover the celebration, he finds the hospital under siege by striking workers, ruthless unions, violent demonstrators, racist aristocrats, an African cannibal dictator and sinister human experiments financed by the Japanese!


Franklin & Bash: Season 1: Disc 1  2011 168 mins Television
This disc includes episodes: "Pilot", "She Came Upstairs to Kill Me", "Jennifer of Troy" and "Bro-Bono".


The Barber  2002  2.6 ★ 94 mins Horror Rated: R
Revelstoke, Alaska, is well known for its dark and stormy winters. As one such season approaches, local barber Dexter Miles (Malcolm McDowell) becomes excited when he hears that the lifeless body of resident Lucy Waters has been discovered. While the rest of the town bundles up for a brutal winter, a chilling story unravels and is shown to us through the horrifying eyes of a serial killer -- Dexter.


O Lucky Man!  1973  3.4 ★ 178 mins Classics Rated: NR
This surreal 1970s musical avant-garde allegory for the evils of capitalism sees ambitious young coffee salesman Mick Travis (Malcolm McDowell) plying his trade and reveling in his many triumphs (as well as some inevitable failures) as he climbs the ladder of success. Rotund comic actor Arthur Lowe won a British Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his multifacted performance as Mr. Duff/Charlie Johnson/Dr. Munda.


Silent Hill: Revelation  2012  3.4 ★ 95 mins Horror Rated: R
Haunted by shocking nightmares and unsettled by her father's disappearance just before her 18th birthday, Heather goes on the hunt for him -- and discovers a disturbing truth about her own identity in this suspenseful sequel to the hit horror flick.


Hugo Pool  1997  2.7 ★ 93 mins Comedy Rated: R
This bizarre cult comedy stars Alyssa Milano as Hugo, a young pool cleaner in Los Angeles. In the course of one day, Hugo cleans 44 pools, deals with eccentric and even dangerous clients, and helps her mom (Cathy Moriarty) and dad Malcolm McDowell) grow up. She still finds time to fall in love -- with a Hungarian film director (Patrick Dempsey) afflicted with Lou Gehrig's disease. Co-stars Robert Downey Jr., Richard Lewis and Sean Penn.


Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes  2010  3.7 ★ 50 mins Children & Family
Featuring the voices of Malcolm McDowell, Michael York and John Rhys-Davies, this full-length animated mystery finds Tom and Jerry matching wits with the incomparable Sherlock Holmes and his dutiful sidekick, Watson, in a case involving stolen gems. It goes without saying, of course, that a wily game of cat and mouse ensues. But which of the famous duos will get to the bottom of things first? It's elementary!


LEGO: Hero Factory: Breakout  2012  3.9 ★ Children & Family  until 01-Jan-2025   
The evil Black Phantom breaks into the Hero Factory and releases all the imprisoned villains, including Splitface, Jawblade and the Toxic Reapa.


Red Roses and Petrol  2008  3.0 ★ 97 mins Drama Rated: R
In this poignant drama, Malcolm McDowell appears in flashbacks as Enda Doyle, a poet and university librarian whose family deals with old wounds and new revelations as they gather in Dublin for his wake. Reeling from his death, Enda's widow (Olivia Tracey), daughters (Heather Juergensen and Susan Lynch) and black sheep son (Max Beesley) sort through Enda's things -- and discover unsettling secrets about the complicated patriarch.


Star Trek: Generations: Bonus Material  1994  3.7 ★ 179 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: NR
Special features on this packed bonus disc include "The Star Trek Universe: A Tribute to Matt Jefferies"; "The Enterprise Lineage"; "Captain Picard's Family Album"; "Creating 24th Century Weapons"; "Production Uniting Two Legends"; "Stellar Cartography: Creating the Illusion"; "Strange New Worlds: The Valley of Fire"; "Visual Effects Inside ILM: Models and Miniatures"; "Crashing the Enterprise"; an alternate ending, outtakes and much more.


Cyborg 3  1994  2.7 ★ 90 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: R
In this follow-up to director Michael Schroeder's Cyborg 2, Khrystyne Haje stars as the half-human heroine Cash, a cyborg who makes history by becoming pregnant (a role vacated by a young Angelina Jolie, who starred in the previous film). Eagle-eyed fans of 1980s nostalgia will recognize Haje as one of the brainy students in "Head of the Class," and will spot her co-star, Zach Galligan, as the hero of the Gremlins movies.


A Clockwork Orange  1971  3.7 ★ 137 mins Classics Rated: R
Against a bleak futuristic landscape, young sociopath Alex DeLarge spends his time stealing, raping and beating innocent people in nihilistic orgies of violence, all in an attempt to get his nightly kicks.


Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1: Disc 1  2007 132 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "A Clean Escape," "The Awakening" and "Jerry Was a Man."


Happily Ever After  1993  3.4 ★ 75 mins Children & Family Rated: G
A variation on the treasured fairy tale "Snow White," this story follows Snow White and her Prince as they try to escape the evil clutches of the now-deceased evil queen and her equally wicked brother, Lord Maliss. Posing as a dragon, Lord Maliss goes after the couple, who seek refuge with the Seven Dwarfs' cousins, the female Dwarfelles. The film features the voices of Irene Cara, Ed Asner, Phyllis Diller and Tracey Ullman.


Franklin & Bash  2011  3.8 ★ Television
After bringing in the right verdict on a high-profile case, longtime friends and fellow lawyers Jared Franklin and Steven Bash begin working for a major law firm, joining its buttoned-up staff of brilliant legal minds.


Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1: Disc 2  2007 132 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Discarded," "Watchbird" and "Little Brother."


She Fell Among Thieves  1980  2.5 ★ 78 mins Drama Rated: NR
After the infamous criminal Vanity Fair (Eileen Atkins) sedates and kidnaps a beautiful girl and shuttles her off to a chateau in the south of France, it's up to dashing Brit Richard Chandos (Malcolm McDowell) to rescue the fair maiden. Set in gorgeous 1920s France and adapted from Dornford Yates's classic page-turner, this lively thriller was the first film ever shown on PBS's long-running "Mystery!" series.


Long Ago Tomorrow  1971  2.8 ★ 110 mins Drama Rated: NR
The damage is much more than physical when once optimistic young athlete Bruce Pitchard (Malcolm McDowell) is injured and admitted to a care facility for the disabled. Bitter and resentful, he succumbs to self-pity -- that is, until he meets Jill, a fellow patient with whom he falls in love. Nanette Newman co-stars in director Bryan Forbes's compassionate romantic drama, which was nominated for two Golden Globes.


Cut Off  2006  2.2 ★ 88 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
After her billionaire father (Malcolm McDowell) cuts her off, spoiled Patricia (Amanda Brooks) is driven to a desperate act of rebellion: With the help of her stoner boyfriend (Thomas Ian Nicholas), she turns to crime to restore her lavish lifestyle. But their attempt to knock over a check-cashing business spawns some nightmarish mishaps that turn the potential riches-to-rags-to-riches tale into a fugitive spree with the cops in hot pursuit.


Franklin & Bash: Season 1  2011  4.5 ★ TV Shows
After bringing in the right verdict on a high-profile case, longtime friends and fellow lawyers Jared Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Steven Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) are courted by a major law firm to join its buttoned-up staff of brilliant legal minds. Malcolm McDowell co-stars in this TNT original series as the firm's resident patriarch, who guides the young associates -- and, at times, plays them against each other.


Masters of Science Fiction: Season 1: A Clean Escape  2007 TV Shows Rated: NR
In a post-apocalyptic future, a doctor is charged with uncovering the mysteries hidden within the mind of a man who is suffering from memory loss.

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