Tag Archives: Samantha Eggar
Why Shoot the Teacher? (1977) Silvio Narizzano, Bud Cort, Samantha Eggar, Chris Wiggins, Comedy, Drama
The Light at the Edge of the World (1971) Kevin Billington, Kirk Douglas, Yul Brynner, Samantha Eggar, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy
Pirates take over a lighthouse on a rocky island. They then execute a devious plan to cause ships to run aground, pillaging their wrecks. A lone member of the lighthouse crew survives, and he deperately fights their plot. A shipwrecked maiden that avoids the pirates slaughter soon complicates the situation.
A disturbed woman is receiving a radical form of psychotherapy at a remote, mysterious institute. Meanwhile, her five-year-old daughter, under the care of her estranged husband, is being terrorized by a group of demonic beings. How these two story lines connect is the shocking and grotesque secret of this bloody tale of monstrous parenthood from David Cronenberg, starring Oliver Reed and Samantha Eggar. With its combination of psychological and body horror, The Brood laid the groundwork for many of the director’s films to come, but it stands on its own as a personal, singularly scary vision.
The Exterminator (1980) James Glickenhaus, Robert Ginty, Samantha Eggar, Christopher George, Action, Crime, Drama
A man’s best friend is killed on the streets of New York. The man (Robert Ginty) then transforms into a violent killer, turning New York into a great war zone and Christopher George is the only one to stop him.
Return from the Ashes (1965) J. Lee Thompson, Maximilian Schell, Samantha Eggar, Ingrid Thulin, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Stanislaus Pilgrin, a Polish chess master and handsome gigolo, marries wealthy Jewish widow, Dr. Michele Wolf, an X-ray technician and has an affair with her step-daughter, Fabienne and then plots to murder them both in a scheme that will have him inherit their money.
The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun (1970) Anatole Litvak, Samantha Eggar, Oliver Reed, John McEnery, Drama
A secretary takes her boss’s car for the holiday in the Mediteranean, oddly retracing a journey she has not taken, and is recognized by people she has not met before. When a body turns up in her trunk, things get serious