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SHOCKER (1989)

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When psychotic TV repairman, Horace Pinker, goes on a killing spree the son of one of his victims, Jonathan Parker, joins with the police to bring him to justice, but Pinker's capture and execution are just the beginning. A Faustian pact lends the dastardly killer the ability to transfer his energy into any living thing. Written and directed by the inconsistant genius Wes Craven, Shocker is certainly not one of his best but it does still manage to have some kitsch value and is probably best enjo find out more...

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From the director of 'Shawshank Redemption' and based on another story by Stephen King, the title refers to the last walk condemned prisoners make to the electric chair. 'The Green Mile' is filled with the mystical, one of the prisoners having the power to heal and emanating a goodness which slowly but surely disperses the weary cynicism of the guards. Though the story itself is relatively slight it's the ensemble acting which makes 'The Green Mile' such a strong, watchable movie, Tom Hanks in p find out more...