Audrey Rose

A happily married couple (Marsha Mason and John Beck) find their lives thrown into frightening disruption when a stranger (Anthony Hopkins) appears at their door claiming that their adopted 12-year-old daughter (Susan Swift) contains the reincarnated spirit of his little girl. Although their daughter has been acting a little strange of late, they dismiss Hopkins as a crackpot. Then “things” start happening, and Hopkins keeps reappearing as a menacing figure, which has a deepening influence on the girl and an increasingly terrifying effect on the family. This haunting, psychological horror film was directed by a master of the genre: Robert Wise (THE HAUNTING).

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Audrey Rose was originally published on Divine Aim

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Sinbad the Sailor

Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., one of the heroes in the adventure classic Gunga Din and son of the silent screen’s greatest swashbuckler, shows his own skill at acrobatic derring-do in the title role of this lighthearted adventure spectacular. Eager to find the fabled lost treasure of Alexander the Great, Sinbad unexpectedly has his ship commandeered while in harbor and put up for auction — an auction that our hero wins by a clever ruse. From there an ocean of adventure awaits as Sinbad sets out in quest of the treasure; forms an uneasy alliance with feisty, headstrong adventuress Shireen (Maureen O’Hara, whose flame-red hair and radiant beauty seem almost made for the film’s Technicolor┬« cinematography); deals with the duplicitous Melik (Walter Slezak) and confronts the treacherous Emir (Anthony Quinn). Weigh anchor and set sail with the most wondrous voyage of Sinbad the Sailor!

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Sinbad the Sailor was originally published on Divine Aim

The Last Play at Shea

Two New York icons meet for one final time in The Last Play at Shea, which chronicles the intersecting histories of the landmark Shea Stadium and the legendary performer Billy Joel. An engaging look at the highs and lows of the New York Mets and the music career of Joel, The Last Play at Shea interweaves interviews with player and performers with exclusive concert footage from the goodbye performances in July 2008. New York City serves as a background for those who were there – including Sting, Christie Brinkley, John Mayer, Garth Brooks, Tony Bennett and others – to share their stories of these electric summer nights. The film, narrated by New Yorker Alec Baldwin (TV’s “30 Rock”), also highlights a special performance by Paul McCartney.

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The Last Play at Shea was originally published on Divine Aim

New Sleep Hypnosis for Depression Anxiety Self Confidence & Emotional Healing

This is the original recording of 2 Hours Sleep Hypnosis for Depression Anxiety Self Confidence and Emotional Healing with some differences. I put this audio…

New Sleep Hypnosis for Depression Anxiety Self Confidence & Emotional Healing was originally published on Divine Aim

Bey Yaar

“Bey Yaar” is a coming-of-age Gujarati film directed by Abhishek Jain. The film is about friendship and two friends. In the desperation to earn quick money, two best friends put their moral values at stake and end up losing their pride and dignity. They then choose a wrong path to set things right and snatch back what was rightfully theirs.

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Bey Yaar was originally published on Divine Aim

Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare

In this sixth return to the horrifying world of Nightmare on Elm Street, the town of Springwood decides to forever end Freddy Krueger’s deadly hold on their dreams. Freddy finally confronts the one person he has never been able to defeat, a psychologist who now learns the source of her lifelong nightmares–Freddy’s daughter–in Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare.

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Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare was originally published on Divine Aim

You Only Live Twice

James Bond heads East to save the world (and to learn how to serve saki properly) in this action-packed espionage adventure. When an American spacecraft disappears during a mission, it’s widely believed to have been intercepted by the Soviet Union, and after a Russian space capsule similarly goes missing, most consider it to be an act of American retaliation. Soon the two nations are at the brink of war, but British intelligence discovers that some sort of UFO has crashed into the Sea of Japan. Agent 007, James Bond (Sean Connery) is sent in to investigate. After staging his own death to avoid being followed, Bond, disguised as a Japanese civilian, teams up with agent Tiger Tanaka (Tetsuro Tamba) and his beautiful associate Aki (Akiko Wakabayashi). With their help, Bond learns that both the American and Russian space missions were actually scuttled by super criminal Ernst Blofeld (Donald Pleasance) in yet another bid by his evil empire SPECTRE to take over the world…

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You Only Live Twice was originally published on Divine Aim