Belinda Jane Bauer (born June 13, 1950) is an Australian actress whose promising career never led to super-stardom. Starting her career as a ballet dancer and becoming a very successful model in New York, Bauer then became popular in several American cult films of the late 1970s and 1980s including Winter Kills, The American Success Company and Flashdance. In between television work, she also appeared in UHF and RoboCop 2. Her convincing portrayals of hard, vindictive women (including Delilah, in the 1984 television film Samson and Delilah) led to constant typecasting, which may have contributed to the apparent petering out of her career in the mid-1990s. Her last screen credit was in 1996, with the erotic thriller Poison Ivy II: Lily. She later turned to screenwriting in the United Kingdom, where her credits include "Happy Now" (2001). She resides in the Los Angeles area, where she works as a psychologist .
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Poison Ivy II: Lily is a 1996 erotic thriller and drama film starring Alyssa Milano. It was directed by Anne Goursaud and written by Chloe King. The original music score is composed by Joseph Williams. The film is marketed with the tagline "Passion. Seduction. Betrayal. Lily wanted to be just like Ivy."Lily Leonetti is a young woman from the Midwest who leaves behind her sheltered life and travels to California to study art. Lily quickly discovers that one of her professors, Donald Falk, has taken a non-academic interest in her. Later, when Lily moves into an apartment with a group of fellow students, she finds that one of her new roommates, art-school playboy Gredin, has amorous designs on her. While looking through a closet, Lily finds a diary from Ivy, a teenage temptress with a dangerous talent for wrapping men around her finger.Lily begins remaking herself in Ivy's image and engages in a passionate affair with Gredin, but Lily doesn't realize until it's too late that her powers...,
Necronomicon is an American anthology horror film released in 1994. It was directed by Brian Yuzna, Christophe Gans and Shusuke Kaneko and was written by Brent V. Friedman, Christophe Gans, Kazunori Itô and Brian Yuzna. The three stories in the film are based on three H. P. Lovecraft short stories: "The Drowned" is based on "The Rats in the Walls", "The Cold" is based on "Cool Air" and "Whispers" is based on "The Whisperer in Darkness". The film stars Bruce Payne as Edward De Lapoer, Richard Lynch as Jethro De Lapoer, Jeffrey Combs as H. P. Lovecraft, Belinda Bauer as Nancy Gallmore and David Warner as Dr. Madden.
From the master of terror comes a chilling tale of unspeakable evil.The film is broken into four separate features, "The Library", "The Drowned", "The Cold", and "Whispers". "The Library" segment is the wrap-around story, which begins and ends the movie.
In the wrap-around story of the film, H.P. Lovecraft (Jeffrey Combs) learns of a monastery where a copy of the ...,
RoboCop 2 is a science fiction film, released in 1990 and set in the near future in a dystopian metropolitan Detroit, Michigan. It is the sequel to the 1987 film RoboCop. The title character is played by Peter Weller, who also played RoboCop in the first film. However, although a second sequel and a television series were made, this was the last time Weller played the role, due to complaints of how cumbersome and exhausting it was to wear the suit and also due to the fact that Weller found RoboCop 2 to be a very negative and disappointing film to work on. Weller’s co-star, Nancy Allen, had similar negative feelings regarding the second film. Frank Miller (who wrote the first draft of the script that was drastically altered in rewrites outside of his approval) became completely disenchanted with the Hollywood system as a whole.
Despite not being directed by Paul Verhoeven, the director of the first film, RoboCop 2 contains many of his hallmarks, such as satirical television commercials...,
Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann, directed by William Dear, is the 1982 time travel movie starring Fred Ward as Lyle Swann, a cross country dirt bike racer. It was the first official appearance of Julianne Moore.
When Swann goes miles off course he stumbles across a time travel experiment that utilizes two "cannons" that fire temporal energy to send each other back in time. Swann gets sent back to 1877 but rides off before the time cannons can return him to the future. Unsure of what has happened to him, Swann rides across the wild west in red motorcycle leathers and a red dirt bike, scaring local Mexicans who think he is the devil.
Swann meets a beautiful woman and sleeps with her, but she is later kidnapped by a ruthless criminal, Porter Reese (portrayed by Peter Coyote) and his gang of rapists, thieves, and murderers. They also manage to capture Lyle Swann's dirt bike, leading to a series of hijinx, while Swann gets help from a posse trying to capture or kill the gang of...,
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