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All 20 episodes from the seventh season of the series about Superman's early years. Growing up in Smallville, Kansas, Clark Kent (Tom Welling) must deal with his incredible powers as well as cope with his relationships with friends, Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum), Chloe (Allison Mack) and Lana (Kristin Kreuk). Episodes comprise: 'Bizarro', 'Kara', 'Fierce', 'Cure', 'Action', 'Lara', 'Wrath', 'Blue', 'Gemini', 'Persona', 'Siren', 'Fracture', 'Hero', 'Traveler', 'Veritas', 'Descent', 'Sleeper', 'Apocalypse', 'Quest' and 'Arctic'.
Porter (Mel Gibson) carries out a $140,000 heist with his partner Val Resnick (Gregg Henry) and wife, Lynn (Deborah Kara Unger), only for them to double-cross him, shooting Porter and leaving him for dead. Vowing revenge, a recovered Porter sets off in pursuit, but in so doing attracts the attention of corrupt cops Hicks (Bill Duke) and Leary (Jack Conley), who want the money for themselves. Based on 'The Hunter', the same novel that inspired 'Point Blank' and 'The Outfit'.
All 22 episodes from the eighth season of the series focusing on Superman's early years. This season features Clark (Tom Welling) taking up his post at the Daily Planet working alongside Lois Lane (Erica Durance), Metropolis getting its first glimpse of a mysterious hero who dresses in red and blue, Chloe and Jimmy (Allison Mack and Aaron Ashmore)'s relationship being put to the test, and new characters Tess Mercer (Cassidy Freeman) and Davis Bloome (Sam Witwer) entering Clark's life with serious implications. Episodes comprise: 'Odyssey', 'Plastique', 'Toxic', 'Instinct', 'Committed', 'Prey', 'Identity', 'Bloodline', 'Abyss', 'Bride', 'Legion', 'Bulletproof', 'Power', 'Requiem', 'Infamous', 'Turbulence', 'Hex', 'Eternal', 'Stiletto', 'Beast', 'Injustice' and 'Doomsday'.
One by one, children of New York's wealthiest are taken hostage.
But the criminal doesn't crave money or power--he only wants to ask
the elite if they know the price others pay for their luxurious
lifestyles. And, if they don't, he corrects their ignorance--by
Retired assassin Holland (Charles Bronson) is persuaded to do one last job when a journalist friend is tortured to death by Moloch, a sadistic employee of the Guatemalan Government. The dead man's widow, Rhiana (Theresa Saldana), and daughter pose as Holland's family to provide him with cover as he closes in on his prey.
Since the 11th edition of London's Underground was published in 2010 there have been many important changes on the capital's underground system, not least of which is the significant investment which has gone into the underground network, which is now run by Transport for London which has been implementing its Tube Improvement Plan since 2003 to create extra capacity on the crowded system. Among the many changes to be recorded is the legacy of massive planning and development required by the 2012 London Olympics, the new S Stock that is being introduced on the Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines, the 2009 stock on the Victoria Line, and old stock withdrawn, signalling updated on the District and Victoria Lines and air conditioning introduced on the new sub-surface stock. 2013 also saw a number of events on the network to celebrate 150 years of the London Underground. The new 12th edition brings the work completely up to date with all the changes that have occurred since 2010, and includes a whole new range of illustrations to accompany the text.
John Frankenheimer directs this crime thriller, adapted from Elmore Leonard's novel. Wealthy businessman Harry Mitchell (Roy Scheider)'s life is turned upside down when a group of vicious blackmailers threaten to expose his extramarital affair unless he pays a significant ransom. When Mitchell refuses to pay up, the blackmailers kill his young mistress Cini (Kelly Preston) and frame him for the murder. Unable to go to the police because of his wife's political aspirations, Mitchell takes matters into his own hands in a desperate attempt to end the ordeal.
Both Gremlins adventures are collected on this double bill. In the first film an eccentric inventor brings an unusual Christmas gift home for his son Billy (Zach Galligan): a cute, real life teddy bear called Mogwai, obtained from a Chinese trinket store. Upon purchase, the shopowner offers two strict warnings: don't let Mogwai come into contact with water; and don't feed him after midnight. Inevitably, both these stipulations are ignored, and the cuddly creature begins to spawn some distinctly unruly offspring. In the sequel, Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates and Gizmo return (the loveable Mogwai who spawns nasty Gremlins when wet), but this time Gizmo is in danger of dissection by a fiendish doctor (Christopher Lee). On his escape, he gets a dousing and before long the uncontrollable Gremlins (this time in mutated form) are back and wreaking havoc.
Roy Scheider, Janet Margolin and Christopher Walken star in this thriller. After his wife is killed in a restaurant shoot-out government agent Harry Hannan (Scheider) suffers a nervous breakdown and is placed in a Connecticut sanatorium. Upon his release, he returns to New York where he learns his services are no longer required and his home has been overtaken by doctoral student Ellie Fabian (Margolin). But after receiving a death threat written in Hebrew, Harry becomes increasingly paranoid that a shadowy force is trying to kill him and, with the help of Ellie and his supervisor Eckart (Walken), he sets out to find out who...
All 21 episodes from the first series about the teen years of a super-hero. Growing up in Smallville, Kansas, Clark Kent (Tom Welling) is a teenager who is on the road to becoming the champion of justice - and who will one day be known the world over as Superman. The pilot episode sets the scene of baby Clark's arrival in the town of Smallville, Kansas in 1989, when a meteor shower deposits him from outer space and he is adopted by Martha Kent (Annette O'Toole). In 'Metamorphosis', a nerdy insect collector is attacked by some of his bugs while driving, and takes on their behavioural patterns, attacking people and wrapping them in cocoons. 'Hothead' sees a short-tempered, loud-mouthed football coach, Walt Arnold (Dan Lauria) gaining fire powers from the kryptonite rocks he uses to heat his sauna. In 'X-Ray', a girl who has the power to morph into anyone she wants after kryptonite radiation treatment she had as a child, turns herself into Lex (Michael Rosenbaum) in order to commit a bank robbery. 'Cool' finds a football player who has fallen into an ice-covered lake with kryptonite at the bottom stealing the warmth from other human beings and freezing them solid. In 'Hourglass', a visit to an old people's home unleashes a tale of murder and revenge. In 'Craving', a dieting girl turns into a body-fat vampire after eating kryptonite-contaminated vegetables. 'Jitters' sees a group of schoolchildren being taken hostage by a man affected by chemicals at the Luthercorp plant. In 'Rogue', a crooked police detective tries to blackmail Clark into helping him with his illegal operations. 'Shimmer' finds an invisible intruder at large in Lex's house. In 'Hug', two men who have been exposed to kryptonite find they have incredible powers of persuasion with anyone they touch. In 'Leech', Clark and a classmate, Eric (Shawn Ashmore) swap personalities after being struck by lightning. In 'Kinetic', a gang of thugs who use their kryptonite tattoos to pass through walls draw Whitney (Eric Johnson) into their circle. 'Zero' sees Lex being kidnapped by a man he thought was dead, following an incident in a nightclub many years previously. In 'Nicodemus' a flower created in Level 3 of the Luthercorp fertiliser plant is causing everyone to get in touch with their true instincts. In 'Stray', a boy with telepathic powers is taken in by the Kents, but Clark is immune to his mind-reading powers. 'Reaper' sees a man on a deranged mission to relieve old people from their suffering. 'Drone' sees Sasha (Shonda Farr), a candidate in the election for school president, using her power to control swarms of bees to attack anyone who dares to run against her. In 'Crush', a young cartoonist who has developed the power of telekinesis since losing the use of his hands in a hit-and-run accident uses his powers to wreak revenge on those who hurt him. 'Obscura' sees reporter Roger Nixon (Tom O'Brien) looking into the origins and effects of that fateful meteor shower. Finally, 'Tempest' sees Clark and Chloe (Allison Mack) preparing for their date at the Spring Formal when three tornadoes strike the town simultaneously. Roger Nixon, who has found the key to the spaceship, activates it at the very moment the tornadoes strike. Meanwhile, Lana is whisked into a tornado - and only Clark can save her.
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