Django, Prepare a Coffin (1968)
Django, Prepare a Coffin (Italian: Preparati la bara!, “Prepare the Coffin!”), alternatively titled Viva Django, is a 1968 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Ferdinando Baldi. The film stars Terence Hill in the title role, which was previously played by Franco Nero in Sergio Corbucci's original 1966 Django. Django, Prepare a Coffin is unique among the plethora of films which capitalized on Corbucci's hit in that it is not only a semi-official, legitimate follow-up, but was also originally meant to star Franco Nero.
A piece from the film's score, "Last Man Standing", was sampled in the song "Crazy" by American soul duo Gnarls Barkley. The film's title song, "You'd Better Smile", is performed by Nicola Di Bari.
It was shown as part of a retrospective on Spaghetti Western at the 64th Venice International Film Festival.
The Door (2011)
A woman gets trapped in the space between heaven and hell.
15 Scaffolds for a Murderer (1967)
Horse thieves are wrongfully accused of rape and murder. They flee the bloodthirsty lynch mob, taking refuge in an abandoned fort.
Background Sea (2012)
Six people struggle to survive the uncertainty of nature.
El lechero del pueblo (2002)
The story of a charming milkman who wishes to seduce all women in town.
So It's You (2014)
So It's You is a 2014 Filipino romantic comedy film starring Carla Abellana, Tom Rodriguez and JC de Vera. It is written and directed by Jun Lana. It was released on May 7, 2014 by Regal Entertainment.
The film is about a pair of broken-hearted people who meet and begin a relationship, but their painful pasts hang over their romance.
3 Misses (1998)
Three different tales of damsels in distress.
Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi (1970)
Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi is a 1970 Indian Hindi film starring Sanjay Khan, Leena Chandavarkar, Om Prakash, and Jagdeep among others. It deals with the relationship between mothers-in-law and their daughters-in-law. The film was a remake of Telugu film Atha Okinti Kodale.
The Least of These- A Christmas Story (2018)
A homeless single mother and her 7-year-old daughter are befriended by a feisty waitress, a big-hearted short-order cook and a storefront Santa.
Alipato: The Very Brief Life of an Ember (2016)
A bunch of 10-year-old kids rob and kill people without mercy until a failed bank robbery puts them in prison. After two decades, they are paroled but soon begin to disappear one by one.
The Ghosts of Angela Webb (2005)
Paranormal experts investigate a haunted farmhouse.
Elf Pets: Santa's St. Bernards Save Christmas (2018)
Elves, St. Bernard puppies and a family come together to ensure Santa's Christmas mission succeeds when there's not enough Christmas spirit.
Val Lewton: The Man in the Shadows (2007)
Val Lewton: The Man in the Shadows is a documentary tribute to Val Lewton, the producer of a series of distinctive low-budget horror films for RKO Radio Pictures, presented and narrated by director Martin Scorsese.
Super Spook (1975)
A woman hires a bungling sleuth to catch a thief.
Prem Shastra (1974)
Prem Shastra is a 1974 Indian Hindi-language film written and directed by B. R. Ishara. The film featured Dev Anand, Zeenat Aman and Bindu in the lead roles.
Home Sweet Home (2015)
A man tries to build a house in a wasteland. A mysterious robot interrupts him.
Charlie Steel (1984)
When his daughter is kidnapped for ransom, a man calls on his old friend, a renowned private investigator, to take on the case and bring back his daughter.
It's Always About the Story: Conversations with Alan Ladd, Jr. (2016)
The life and career of the studio head and film producer.
Meda or The Not So Bright Side of Things (2017)
A lumberjack fights to adopt a child his late wife looked after.
Honour of the Knights (Quixotic) (2006)
Honor of the Knights (Catalan: Honor de cavalleria; also known as Honor of the Knights/Quixotic) is a 2006 slow film by Catalan auteur Albert Serra. The film re-envisions the adventures of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, but eschews Cervantes' narrative in favour of a contemplative, wandering story. Serra explained that he chose the subject-matter of the film so he could "focus on atmosphere... on things I love better than just showing the plot... With these characters... I don’t care about being more or less faithful to the original source or character that comes from literature or history".
The film was screened at the Directors' Fortnight section of the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.
Through a Glass, Darkly (2008)
A young girl, nearing the end of her life, learns to accept death and understand how wonderful life really is.
The Party Is Over (1960)
The Party Is Over (Spanish: Fin de fiesta) is a 1960 Argentine drama film directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson. It was entered into the 10th Berlin International Film Festival. The film depicts the political corruption in Argentina in the 1930s, a period known as the Infamous Decade.
Ni Chana, ni Juana (1984)
Una campesina es confundida con su hermana gemela quien es una cantante famosa y es secuestrada en su lugar.
Captive is a 1998 American drama film. The film stars Erika Eleniak and Michael Ironside.
The Anderssons Hit the Road (2013)
The Anderssons Hit the Road (Swedish: Sune på bilsemester) is a Swedish comedy, children and family film opening at cinemas in Sweden on 25 December 2013. It was written by Hannes Holm together with Anders Jacobsson and Sören Olsson, and among the actors were William Ringström, Morgan Alling and Anja Lundqvist.
Putuparri and the Rainmakers (2015)
An indigenous man with a Western upbringing attempts to reconnect with his ancestral lands and traditional culture.
El padrecito (1964)
Cantinflas stars as the new priest in a town set in its ways. Thinking he is going to take the place of their beloved priest, none of the townspeople like him. While there, he stirs up controversy with his eccentric ways of doing things.
Scream for Help (1984)
Scream for Help is a 1984 film directed by Michael Winner from an original screenplay by Tom Holland.
The Great Commandment (1939)
The Great Commandment is a 1939 American Christian film directed by Irving Pichel, which portrays the conversion to Christianity of a young Zealot, Joel, and the Roman soldier Longinus through the teachings of Jesus in his Parable of the Good Samaritan. It was co-produced by Rev. James K. Friedrich and released by Cathedral Films in 1939. Its theatrical release was in 1941 by Twentieth Century Fox.
Sexual Intent (1993)
A con artist (Gary Hudson) plays a variety of characters in order to seduce and rob a series of women.
Hilde is a 2009 German biographical film directed by Kai Wessel
and starring Heike Makatsch, Dan Stevens and Monica Bleibtreu. It depicts the life of the German actress Hildegard Knef.
Mariage mixte (2004)
A woman (Olivia Bonamy) seeks the blessing of her wealthy father (Gérard Darmon) when she becomes engaged.
Western Renegades (1949)
A husky U.S. marshal (Johnny Mack Brown) saves orphans from a woman posing as their missing mother.
Beau Hunks (1931)
Beau Hunks is a 1931 American Pre-Code Laurel and Hardy film, directed by James W. Horne. The title is a reference to the novel Beau Geste (1924), and to the common ethnic slur of the time, "bohunk". At 37 minutes, it is the longest L&H short. The French Foreign Legion scenario was remade as The Flying Deuces with Charles B. Middleton again playing their commanding officer.
The Substitute Wife (1994)
The Substitute Wife is a 1994 television film directed by Stan Daniels and starring Farrah Fawcett, along with Lea Thompson and Peter Weller.
The District (2004)
The District! (Hungarian: Nyócker!) is a 2004 Hungarian caricaturistic animated film directed by Áron Gauder. Its original title is a shortened colloquial form of nyolcadik kerület, the eighth district of Budapest, also known as Józsefváros, including an infamous neighbourhood where the film takes place. It is sometimes labelled as the Hungarian South Park. It has been distributed in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, United Kingdom, France, the Benelux countries, Romania, Poland, Portugal and Taiwan, and it is going to be shown in the United States. It was also shown at film festivals in Helsinki, Toronto, Copenhagen, Zagreb, Karlovy Vary and the below venues and it will be shown in Warsaw, Vancouver and São Paulo. The animated technique for this movie was rather innovative. The artists took 350 headshot pictures of each actor and used these photos for the expressing emotions and the animation of the heads. The bodies were hand drawn.
Sex, drugs and rock-and-roll will never be the same after a medieval sex drug makes a comeback on the college party scene. Everyone wants to try this “orgasm” drug but no one considers the side effects. This drug took its first victims in 1646. The church soon discovered that the blood-drained corpses found around the countryside were due to a powerful elixir that made select victims thirst for blood. While under its influence average men and women turn into animals. The church destroyed much of the drug and vampires, so they thought. It's now modern day and some medieval viles have been discovered. No one knows this drug makes you thirst for blood and its side effect can kill you.
Murder on a Bridle Path (1936)
New York schoolmarm Hildegarde Withers (Helen Broderick) and her detective boyfriend (James Gleason) think the butler did it.
Heated Vengeance (1985)
A veteran (Richard Hatch) returns to Laos for his girlfriend (Jolina Mitchell-Collins) and finds a jungle drug dealer (Ron Max) he court-martialed.
That's Entertainment! III (1994)
Released in 1994 in celebration of MGM's 70th Anniversary, That's Entertainment III brings back to the screen the stars and musical numbers that have excited audiences for generations.
In the acclaimed tradition of its two predecessors, That's Entertainment III incorporates scores of famous songs and dances from MGM films and reunites nine of the performers who rose to international stardom through their MGM association. This third installment in the That's Entertainment trilogy features astonishing classic musical moments, great comedy and romantic teams and unearths rare footage with marvelous big-star scenes originally unseen because they were cut from their films.
Gene Kelly opens and closes the picture as nine starry hosts including June Allyson, Cyd Charrise, Lena Horne, Howard Keel, Ann Miller, Debbie Reynolds, Mickey Rooney and Esther Williams present this must-see assemblage of Golden Era treasures, none of which has been seen in either of the previous films. Written, produced and directed by Bud Friedgen and Michael J. Sheridan, the film was executive produced by Peter Fitzgerald.
Sweets from a Stranger (1987)
Sweets from a Stranger (Italian: Caramelle da uno sconosciuto, also known as Sweets of One Unknown) is a 1987 Italian giallo film directed by Franco Ferrini.
The Heart Is a Dark Forest (2007)
A woman discovers her husband has a second family.
The Witches (1966)
The Witches (US: The Devil's Own) is a 1966 British horror film made by Hammer Films. It was adapted by Nigel Kneale from the novel The Devil's Own by Norah Lofts, published under the pseudonym Peter Curtis. It was directed by Cyril Frankel and starred Joan Fontaine (in her final feature-film performance), Alec McCowen, Kay Walsh, Ann Bell, Ingrid Boulting (billed as Ingrid Brett), Gwen Ffrangcon Davies and Rudolph Walker. This was the final big-screen film role for Fontaine.
Henry Fool (1998)
From acclaimed director Hal Hartley (Trust, The Unbelievable Truth) comes a strange and fascinating comedy. Simon (James Urbaniak, American Splendor) is a garbage man living a desperate and miserable life until he meets Henry Fool (Thomas Jay Ryan, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), a mysterious writer working on a major piece of literature. Henry convinces Simon to write in a journal and learns that he is a poetic prodigy. When Simon’s work appears on the Internet, he becomes a controversial sensation. As Simon’s career rises and Henry’s falls, Henry turns to Simon for help. Also featuring Parker Posey (Superman Returns), HENRY FOOL is an original and thought-provoking film. Newly remastered.
Alex And The Gypsy (1976)
Alex & the Gypsy is a 1976 American comedy film directed by John Korty and written by Lawrence B. Marcus. The film stars Jack Lemmon, Geneviève Bujold, James Woods, Gino Ardito, Robert Emhardt and Titos Vandis. The film was released on October 3, 1976, by 20th Century Fox.
Geographically Desirable (2015)
An overworked newswoman's life is derailed after she inherits a house and a dog in a small town.
Unmanned: America's Drone Wars (2013)
Unmanned: America's Drone Wars is a feature-length documentary film released by Robert Greenwald and Brave New Films in October, 2013, investigating the impact of U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan and elsewhere.
KGB: The Secret War (1985)
A KGB spy (Michael Billington) in Los Angeles is recruited by a U.S. agent (Sally Kellerman) after being double-crossed by the KGB.
Promedio rojo (2004)
A misfit student (Ariel Levy) imagines himself a superhero as he tries to lure a comely classmate (Xenia Tostado) into his arms.
Amelia Lópes O'Neill (1991)
Amelia Lópes O'Neill is a 1991 Chilean drama film directed by Valeria Sarmiento. It was entered into the 41st Berlin International Film Festival.
Half Moon Street (1986)
Half Moon Street is a 1986 British-American erotic thriller film about an American woman working at a British escort service who becomes involved in the political intrigues surrounding one of her clients. The film was directed by Bob Swaim, and stars Sigourney Weaver, Michael Caine, and Patrick Kavanagh. Half Moon Street was the first RKO Pictures solo feature film produced in almost a quarter-century. The previous one was Jet Pilot, made in 1957. The film was based on the 1984 novel Doctor Slaughter by Paul Theroux.
The Last Diamond (2014)
Le Dernier Diamant (lit. The Last Diamond) is a French drama film directed by Éric Barbier.
Bulletproof Heart also known as Killer is a 1994 Canadian-American drama film directed by Mark Malone.
Bleak Moments (1971)
Bleak Moments is a 1971 British film, the first film of Mike Leigh. It began as a 75-minute stage play in March 1970 at the Open Space Theatre. Leigh and Les Blair had formed their own company, Autumn Productions, and Leigh wanted to make a film of Bleak Moments. He was able to when Albert Finney and Michael Medwin's Memorial Films, who had recently made If.... and were about to produce Gumshoe, "delivered the main financial backing, as well as unused spare bits of film rolls."
The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1929)
The Last of Mrs. Cheyney is a 1929 American Pre-Code comedy-drama film directed by Sidney Franklin. The screenplay by Hanns Kräly is based on the 1925 play of the same name by Frederick Lonsdale which ran on Broadway for 385 performances. The film was remade twice, with the same title in 1937 and as The Law and the Lady in 1951.
Cool Runnings: The Reggae Movie (1986)
Even after the death of Bob Marley, the spirit of reggae music lives on in this documentary of the annual Reggae Sunsplash Festival, which is captured live at the Bob Marley Center in Montego Bay, Jamaica, during the summer of 1983. In addition to backstage interviews, the film features live performances by the Melody Makers, Gregory Isaacs, Musical Youth, Third World and early Jamaican music pioneer Alton Ellis, as well as cameo appearances by Marley's widow, Rita, and 14-year-old son, Ziggy.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921)
An extended family split up in France and Germany find themselves on opposing sides of the battlefield during World War I.
He Who Gets Slapped (1924)
He Who Gets Slapped is a 1924 American silent drama film starring Lon Chaney, Norma Shearer, and John Gilbert, and directed by Victor Sjöström. The film is based on the Russian play Тот, кто получает пощёчины ("He Who Gets Slapped", transliterated as Tot, kto poluchayet poshchechini) by playwright Leonid Andreyev, which was published in 1914 and in English, as He Who Gets Slapped, in 1922. The Russian original was made into a Russian movie in 1916. He Who Gets Slapped was the first production that began filming under the production of the newly formed Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It was not, however, MGM's first released movie, as the release was postponed until the Christmas season when higher attendance was expected. The film was highly profitable for the fledgling MGM, and was critically hailed upon release. It was also the first film to feature Leo the Lion as the mascot MGM logo. Leo the Lion first appeared in the logo for Goldwyn Pictures Corporation in 1917, and the logo passed to MGM when the companies merged. The film was important in the careers of Chaney, Shearer, Gilbert, and Sjöström. Some sources claim that Béla Lugosi plays the uncredited role of a clown, although this is based solely on the resemblance of a particular actor to Lugosi.
Une vie à t'attendre (2004)
About to settle into a life of marital bliss with his girlfriend, Claire, Alex is thrown when his first love, Jeanne, reappears in his life after twelve years. Married with a family of her own, Jeanne gives into her lingering passion and renews the affair with her former lover. Alex suddenly finds himself at a crossroads of rationality and recklessness, discretion and desire...
The Sea Hawk (1924)
The Sea Hawk is a 1924 American silent film about an English noble sold into slavery who escapes and turns himself into a pirate king. Directed by Frank Lloyd, the screen adaptation was written by J. G. Hawks based upon the Rafael Sabatini novel of the same name.
My First Miracle (2003)
A precocious 11-year-old girl (Henriette Confurius) develops a controversial relationship with a middle-aged man (Leonard Lansink).
Marche à l'ombre (1984)
Marche à l'ombre is a 1984 French comedy film written and directed by Michel Blanc.
The Case of the Velvet Claws (1936)
The Case of the Velvet Claws is a 1936 mystery film, based on the first Perry Mason novel by Erle Stanley Gardner and featuring the fourth and final appearance of Warren William as defense attorney Mason. Mason finally marries his longtime secretary Della Street, but has to cut their honeymoon short in order to defend a woman accused of murder.
Diamond City (1949)
Diamond City is a 1949 British drama film directed by David MacDonald and starring David Farrar, Honor Blackman, Diana Dors and Niall MacGinnis.
Tangled 8 (2015)
People from diverse social backgrounds, races and ages manage grief through its different phases.
Wolfy, the Incredible Secret (2013)
Loulou the wolf and Tom the rabbit, friends since they were little, travel to the the land of the wolves to find Loulou's mother. Their friendship is tested when they arrive in the middle of the meat-eaters festival, and Tom is eyed as a main course.
The Rooster of St-Victor (2014)
The residents of a prosperous town hate the mayor's famous rooster.
The Laramie Kid (1935)
The Laramie Kid is a 1935 American western film directed by Harry S. Webb and starring Tom Tyler, Alberta Vaughn and Al Ferguson.
Beginner's Luck (1935)
Beginner's Luck is a 1935 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Gus Meins. It was the 135th Our Gang short (47th talking episode) that was released. It was also the first short for seven-year-old Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer and his ten-year-old brother Harold Switzer to appear.
Nayak: The Hero (1966)
Nayak (Bengali: নায়ক Hero) (released in English as The Hero and Nayak: The Hero) is a 1966 Indian Bengali-language drama film written and directed by Satyajit Ray. It was Ray's second entirely original screenplay, after Kanchenjungha (1962). The story revolves around a matinee idol on a 24-hour train journey from Kolkata to Delhi to receive a national award. However, he ends up revealing his mistakes, insecurities and regrets to a young journalist, who realises that behind all the glitter is a deeply lonely man. Her initial contempt for people like him turns into empathy, and she decides not to publish what he has revealed. His life journey is gradually revealed through seven flashbacks and two dreams during the train ride.
Las Vegas Weekend (1986)
A computer whiz with a foolproof method for winning at blackjack takes on the gaming tables in Las Vegas.
Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977)
The Peanuts gang has gone off to summer camp. After a few days of the usual camp activities, they all take part in a rafting race. Battling treacherous rapids, wild animals, and bullies from a rival camp, the teams make their way downriver to the finish line.
They Met in the Dark (1943)
They Met in the Dark is a 1943 British thriller film directed by Karel Lamac and starring James Mason, Joyce Howard and Edward Rigby. A cashiered Royal Naval officer and a young woman join forces to solve a murder and hunt down a German spy ring. The film features a single song sung by Phyllis Stanley, "Toddle Along" (Ben Frankel, Moira Heath).
An orphan assigned to Milwood Orphanage and Boarding School for Boys becomes a victim of terror.
Nearly a Nasty Accident (1961)
Nearly a Nasty Accident is a 1961 British comedy film directed by Don Chaffey and starring Jimmy Edwards, Kenneth Connor, Shirley Eaton and Eric Barker.
A mechanically minded but accident-prone aircraftman (Kenneth Connor) creates chaos and arouses the anger of a promotion-seeking Group Captain (Jimmy Edwards).
Via Park (2008)
A reclusive caretaker (Nolberto Coria) must find a new job when his employer (Tesalia Huerta) sells her mansion.
Free Floating (2006)
A young Russian man goes from job to job.
Field of Dogs (2014)
Adam loses his loved one in a car crash and gives up his job as professor of literature to work at a supermarket.
Nodame Cantabile: The Movie II (2010)
Nodame still pines for Chiaki, and has no idea he is about to perform her favorite musical piece with someone new.
Bianca come il latte, rossa come il sangue (2013)
White as Milk, Red as Blood (Italian: Bianca come il latte, rossa come il sangue, also known as As White as Milk, as Red as Blood) is a 2013 Italian romantic comedy-drama film directed by Giacomo Campiotti. It is loosely based on the novel with the same name by Alessandro D'Avenia.
When Women Lost Their Tails (1972)
When Women Lost Their Tails (Italian: Quando le donne persero la coda) is a 1972 Italian fantasy-comedy film directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile. It is the sequel of When Women Had Tails.
The Convoy (2012)
In post-apocalyptic Russia, an army captain escorts two deserters back to their unit. One of the deserters commits suicide and the captain bonds with the other soldier.
The Wild Racers (1968)
The Wild Racers is a 1968 American feature film about a Grand Prix racing car driver.
Campus Sleuth (1948)
Campus Sleuth is a 1948 American film. It was one of The Teen Agers series.
A teenager struggles to get a handle on his newfound superpowers while navigating the treacherous waters of high-school life.
Sins Of The Sisters (1994)
A soldier from the Crusades is reborn as a modern-day woman who is haunted by memories of a past life.
Our Betters (1933)
Our Betters is a 1933 American Pre-Code satirical comedy film directed by George Cukor. The screenplay by Jane Murfin and Harry Wagstaff Gribble is based on the 1923 play of the same title by W. Somerset Maugham.
Secret Weapons (1985)
A KGB colonel's (James Franciscus) wife (Sally Kellerman) turns a young Soviet (Linda Hamilton) and her comrades into seductive spies.
Casa Manana (1951)
Casa Manana is a 1951 American musical film directed by Jean Yarbrough and written by William Raynor. The film stars Virginia Welles, Robert Clarke, Robert Karnes, Tony Roux, Carol Brewster and Paul Maxey. The film was released on June 10, 1951, by Monogram Pictures.
Six O'Clock in the Evening After the War (1944)
Six P.M. is the 1946 American release title of the 1944 Soviet film At 6 P.M. After the War by Ivan Pyryev.
The Demon Lover (1977)
The leader (Christmas Robbins) of a cult tries to get some respect with an ugly bull-horned demon.
A Girl, 3 Guys And A Gun (2001)
A Girl, Three Guys, and a Gun (a.k.a. A Girl, 3 Guys and a Gun) is a 2001 romantic comedy film from writer-director Brent Florence, who also stars in the picture. It is a low budget independent film with a cast consisting primarily of unknown actors, supported by 1940's film star June Allyson in her final role.
Flaming Ears (1992)
A comic strip artist tries to find out who burned down the offices of her printer.
Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny (1972)
Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny is a 1972 American musical fantasy film written, composed, shot, edited, and directed by R. Winer to frame Barry Mahon's Childhood Productions films for a Christmas release. The threadbare plot concerns Santa Claus's attempts to free his sleigh from the sands of a Florida beach, assisted by local children.
Different prints of the film feature one of two films-within-the-film (that takes up a majority of the film itself). They are Barry Mahon's previously filmed 1970 adaptations of Hans Christian Andersen's Thumbelina or Benjamin Tabart's Jack and the Beanstalk.
Poor acting and production values have garnered Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny a cult following.
The Thin Match Man (2009)
Simone (Marco Leonzi) experiences the most-unforgettable summer of his life when a beautiful girl named Lorenza (Greta Castagna) arrives.
The Centurion (1961)
Il conquistatore di Corinto (AKA: The Centurion) is a French/Italian international co-production 1961 historical drama film set in 146 BC in Greece. Against the backdrop of the Battle of Corinth, this movie is centered on a love story between a Roman centurion named Caius Vinicius and Hebe, the daughter of a local governor with anti-Roman sentiments.
This film was directed by Mario Costa.
Hail Columbia! (1982)
Final preparations and suspense precede the first flight of the shuttle craft, and clips of its thundering takeoff, flight, re-entry and landing interweave with glimpses of Cmdr. John Young, pilot Robert Crippen, and some of the scientists, engineers and support personnel who made the project possible.
Without You I'm Nothing (2008)
A father and son meet at a cabin to make a new start after an eight-year separation.
Scent of Danger (2002)
A private investigator (Costas Mandylor) and a woman (Sherilyn Fenn) with a rescue dog try to find a deadly kidnapper who plays cat-and-mouse games.
Tornado Warning (2002)
A renowned scientist (Gerald McRaney) and his former protg (Steve Braun) alert small-town residents about an impending tornado.