Way of the Vampire (2005)

Way of the Vampire (2005)
Directors: Sarah Nean Bruce, Eduardo Durão.
Writers : Karrie Melendrez, Sherri Strain, Michael David Stewart (screenplay).

Stars: Rhett Giles, Andreas Beckett, Paul Logan, Denise Boutte, Brent Falco, Anthony Turk, Alix Henning, Jared Cohn, James Ashby, Mark Romero Wilson, Drew Berenc, Trina Robinson, Rey Reyes, Whitney Deutch, Claudia Katz.

Dr. Abraham Van Helsing is granted immortality by the Catholic Church until he can hunt down the last vampire prince.

River's End (2005)

River's End (2005)
Director: William Katt.
Writer : Glen Stephens.

Stars: Barry Corbin, Sam Huntington, Caroline Goodall, Charles Robinson, Amanda Brooks, Greg Evigan, Clint Howard, Greg Siff, Charles Durning, William Katt, Mona Lee Fultz, Rudolf Martin, Joe Stevens, Juli Erickson, Eduardo Ortiz.

Filmed on location in Central, South and West Texas. Corbin plays a fictional Menard County sheriff who uses country savvy and cowboy logic to straighten out his angry teen-aged grandson, Clay, a high school senior who can't seem to stay out of trouble, written by Molding Clay Productions (imdb.com).

Futuresport (1998)

Futuresport (1998)
Director: Ernest R. Dickerson.
Writers : Steve De Jarnatt and Robert Hewitt Wolfe (story), Robert Hewitt Wolfe (teleplay).

Stars: Dean Cain, Vanessa Williams, Wesley Snipes, Valerie Chow, Adrian G. Griffiths, Bill Smitrovich, JR Bourne, Tara Frederick, Mikela Jay, Matthew Walker, David Kaye, Françoise Yip, Brian Jensen, Ken Kirzinger, Josh Ius, Stuart O'Connell, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Hiro Kanagawa, Gerard Plunkett, Brad Loree, Lloyd Adams, Patrick Pfrimmer, Lori Stewart, Jocelyn Clarke, Scott Nicholson, Ron Robinson, Damon Kerr...

Wesley Snipes, Vanessa L. Williams and Dean Cain team up to battle terrorism and save the country in the only athletic arena of the future: Futuresport.

The Whipping Boy (1994)

The Whipping Boy (1994)
Director: Syd Macartney.
Writers : Albert Sidney Fleischman (novel), Albert Sidney Fleischman (teleplay).

Stars: Truan Munro, Nic Knight, Karen Salt, Andrew Bicknell, Christoph M. Ohrt, Mathilda May, Kevin Conway, Vincent Schiavelli, George C. Scott, Jean Anderson, Michael Kausch, Nigel Betts, Nicholas Amer, Georg Tryphon, Jane Hazlegrove.

The king of tiny Bratenberg hopes in vain his lazy, unruly heir Horace will behave for the sake of his whipping boy, abandoned commoner Jemmy, whom he had absurdly arrested as later his kid sister Annyrose, who lands in jail. Alas Horace only regrets Jemmy who bravely fails to wince or whine when whipped for the prince's faults. After Horace's tomfoolery sabotages vital border negotiations with related King Philip's ambassador, he flees the palace with Jemmy. They get kidnapped, and Horace learns to appreciate his street-smart 'inferior' while growing up a little. The king realizes emotionally neglecting Horace is, the root of his pranks for attention, written by KGF Vissers (imdb.com).

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