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1989, Sony Repertory, 86 min, Dir: Phillip Noyce

A loose adaptation of the beloved ZATOICHI series, BLIND FURY stars Rutger Hauer as Nick Parker, a blind samurai sword-wielding Vietnam vet, who slices and dices his way through the Reno-based criminal organization that kidnapped his old army buddy (played by Terry O'Quinn). The mob boss (Noble Willingham) soon finds that he has messed with the wrong guy, as neither swarms of henchman nor hired assassins are any match for Nick’s skill with the blade.

1987, 89 min, USA, Dir: Bert L. Dragin

Tired of being pushed around by their tough-as-nails head counselor (played by Chuck Connors of TV’s “The Rifleman”), the campers and staff of North Pines revolt. What ensues from this youth coup is a revolutionary takeover of the camp with a punk-rock attitude.

2016, New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures, 133 min, USA, Dir: James Wan

In this sequel to the hit supernatural thriller, Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga reprise their roles as real-life husband-and-wife demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren. This time the Warrens head to a home in the London suburb of Enfield, where a single mother and her children are being plagued by malicious spirits. Frances O’Connor, Madison Wolfe, Simon McBurney and Franka Potente also star. Produced by Peter Safran, Rob Cowan and James Wan, from a story by Chad Hayes & Carey W. Hayes & James Wan, screenplay by Chad Hayes & Carey W. Hayes & James Wan and David Leslie Johnson.

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