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Under The Boardwalk

April 14, 1989

Socially polar California teens (Danielle von Zerneck, Richard Joseph Paul) fall in love at the beach, which calls for some combat surfing.

Uncle

1987

A child’s struggle with death. And an old man’s belief in the magic of youth.

Tuff Turf

January 11, 1985

The new guy (James Spader) in a Los Angeles high school does some singing and fights a hotshot (Paul Mones) over a disco dancer (Kim Richards).

The Trial of the Incredible Hulk

May 7, 1989

Framed David Banner (Bill Bixby) and his alter ego, the Hulk (Lou Ferrigno), have a blind ally in justice, superhero Daredevil (Rex Smith).

Terminal Force

April 28, 1989

A suspended policeman (Richard Harrison) gets the job of rescuing a mobster witness’s kidnapped daughter.

The Telephone

January 22, 1988

An unemployed and extremely bitter actress uses her telephone to vent her frustrations on friends and enemies alike.

Talking Walls

August 1987

A sociology student (Stephen Shellen) puts video cameras behind two-way mirrors at a sleazy motel to gather data.

Sweet Jersey

November 13, 1998

Ray and Mike have grown up together, sharing the same dreams and hopes. When Ray’s ambitions become too much, it’s not long before he starts pushing friendships aside.

Steaming

November 8, 1985

Englishwomen band together when they learn that the public bathhouse they frequent for relaxation will be closed down.

Steal This Movie!

August 11, 2000

The life of activist and radical Abbie Hoffman and his battles for social justice. His life is a chronical of music and politics that helped to define the sixties and seventies.