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Lawnmower Man, The (1992) -- (Movie Clip) Virtual Space Industries Opening the world wide indy hit from director Brett Leonard and producer and co-writer Gimel Everett, barely based on the Stephen King story from which the title came, Pierce Brosnan as a virtual reality scientist and Mark Bringleson his boss, and an experiment with a chimp about to go wrong, in The Lawnmower Man, 1992.
Lawnmower Man, The (1992) -- (Movie Clip) You Have The Best Games Having quit his virtual reality chimp-research job because of its military applications, frustrated Dr. Angelo (Pierce Brosnan) is inspired to recruit his dimwit yard man Jobe (Jeff Fahey), which leads to him getting hooked up on gaming gear with the neighbor kid (Austin O’Brien), in the indy hit and tech sensation The Lawnmower Man, 1992.
Lawnmower Man, The (1992) -- (Movie Clip) Doing Penance All Night Introduction of co-star Jeff Fahey as Jobe who, we learn, is a marginally functional adult living in a maintenance shed behind a church, looked over by his older brother (Geoffrey Lewis), the character loosely derived from the Steven King story which was the basis for the title, if not the story, in the virtual-reality sci-fi thriller The Lawnmower Man, 1992.
Stand By Me (1986) -- (Movie Clip) Secret Knock Richard Dreyfuss (as "The Writer") appearing then narrating as Gordie (Wil Wheaton), Chris (River Phoenix), Teddy (Corey Feldman) and Vern (Jerry O'Connell) are introduced, opening Rob Reiner's Stand By Me, 1986.
Stand By Me (1986) -- (Movie Clip) Pinky Swear Richard Dreyfuss narration as Gordie (Wil Wheaton) and Chris (River Phoenix) establish the gun and director Rob Reiner introduces Ace (Keifer Sutherland), early in Stand By Me, 1986, from a Stephen King novella.
Stand By Me (1986) -- (Movie Clip) Skin It Chris (River Phoenix) the leader, Gordie (Wil Wheaton), Vern (Jerry O'Connell) and troublesome Teddy (Corey Feldman), early in their trek, in Rob Reiner's Stand By Me, 1986, from a Stephen King novella.
Maximum Overdrive (1986) -- (Movie Clip) On June 19th, 1987 Stephen King is writer and, for the only time in his career, director, executing his cameo in this opening sequence, shot economically in Wilmington, NC, in the unsuccessful exploitation of King's short story Trucks, Maximum Overdrive, 1986, starring Emilio Estevez and Pat Hingle.
Maximum Overdrive (1986) -- (Movie Clip) Short Circuit, Maybe We've seen a drawbridge malfunction and more troubles emerging, at a truck stop on the North Carolina coast, Emilio Estevez the cook, Pat Hingle the boss and Ellen McElduff the unfortunate waitress, Stephen King writing and directing, in Maximum Overdrive, 1986.
Maximum Overdrive (1986) -- (Movie Clip) You Low Down Scumball! Rebellious machines have squirted diesel in the face of mechanic and concerned father Duncan (J.C. Quinn), cook Bill (Emilio Estevez) urging caution, Pat Hingle their creep boss and Chris Murney a bible salesman guarding his Cadillac, in Stephen King's Maximum Overdrive, 1986.
Free Radicals (2010) -- (Movie Clip) It Was The Sixties The opening to Pip Chodorov's documentary, appearances by his dad Stephan, Ken Jacobs, Hans Richter, Stan Brakhage and Robert Breer, among others, from Free Radicals: A History Of Experimental Film, 2010.
Free Radicals (2010) -- (Movie Clip) Amateur Night Commentary and clips from filmmakers Jonas Mekas, Robert Breer and Ken Jacobs, and artist Michael Snow, in this section of Pip Chodorov's documentary Free Radicals: A History Of Experimental Film, 2010.
Night At The Movies, A -- (Movie Promo) Horrors Of Stephen King Original Promo for the premiere of the TCM original documentary, A Night At The Movies: The Horrors Of Stephen King, with encore presentations beginning October 17th.