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BODY BAGS

BODY BAGS

TELEVISION

John Carpenter, Tom Arnold and Tobe Hooper, playing deranged morgue attendants, introduce three separate horror stories that combine horror and comedy with surprising results. Mark Hamill, Debbie Harry, Sheena Easton, David Warner, Stacey Keach, Twiggy, Robert Carradine, David Naughton, Wes Craven and Sam Raimi are among the notable names in the cast of this cult-favorite film, which originally aired on Showtime. In “The Gas Station,” an all-night service station and a serial killer prove more than a college student can handle on her first night of work. “Hair” follows the plight of a man whose botched hair transplant infests him with an alien parasite. And in “Eye,” a baseball player who receives an eye transplant discovers he’s slowly being taken over by the personality of the eye’s previous owner—a murderous killer.

CHRISTA MCAULIFFE: REACH FOR THE STARS

CHRISTA MCAULIFFE: REACH FOR THE STARS

TELEVISION

The amazing life and inspiring true story of NASA’s Teacher in Space, Christa McAuliffe, is narrated by Susan Sarandon, as Christa is selected to teach aboard the space shuttle Challenger, only to become one of the unforgettable heroes who perished on the way to space on January 28, 1986. Features songs by music legend Carly Simon.

STARRING:

Susan Sarandon, Stephanie Zimbalist, and Pam Dawber. 

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THE MANOR

TELEVISION

Beautiful former dancer Judith Albright, now 70, suffers a stroke and must move into a luxury nursing home, where nothing seems quite right. Judith slowly begins to suspect a supernatural force is preying on the residents. In order to escape, she’ll need to convince everyone around her that she doesn’t actually belong there after all.

STARRING:

Barbara Hershey, Jill Larson, Bruce Davidson,and Robert Rusler.

SUBURBAN SCREAMS

SUBURBAN SCREAMS

TELEVISION

On tree-lined streets filled with children and families … behind the doors of well-appointed homes … in the least assuming neighborhoods, fear awaits in the limited series “Suburban Screams,” which combines real-life horror with cinematic vision to create a fascinating, frightening limited series that combines documentary footage and cinematic storytelling. John Carpenter directed one of the episodes, “Phone Stalker,” the true story of a woman who endured horrific threats while a tech-savvy psychopath stalked her for years, turning her life into a living nightmare in which she came to see danger around every corner.

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