Chelsea Field (born May 27, 1957) is an American actress. She played Teela from the 1987 film adaptation of Masters of the Universe. She is in a long term relationship with Scott Bakula, with whom she has had two children.
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The Birds II: Land's End is the 1994 television movie sequel to Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 classic The Birds. It stars Brad Johnson, Chelsea Field, James Naughton, and Tippi Hedren, though in a different role than what she played in the original Hitchcock film. The original music score was composed by Ron Ramin.
The plot of the sequel is very similar to the original. Biology teacher Ted, his wife, and children move to a summer house on an island after the death of their son. While there, flocks of birds start attacking individuals for no apparent reason. The town mayor denies the birds' role in the injuries, but is forced to believe after further incidents of violence by the birds.
Snapdragon is a 1993 film starring former Playboy Playmate Pamela Anderson. This movies is the first starring film role for Pamela Anderson just coming off the success of her Playboy layouts. While the plot borrows much from the film Basic Instinct, Snapdragon is mostly remembered for Pamela Anderson's multiple nude scenes throughout the film.
When two men are killed while having sex with a prostitute, Sergeant Peckham is sent from vice squad to homicide to investigate. She has her boyfriend, police psychologist David Stratton assist her. Soon they both become involved with Felicity, an amnesiac who keeps having a recurring nightmare where she kills her lovers. They both soon start to realize Felicity's involvement with their case.
Dust Devil is a 1993 horror film written and directed by Richard Stanley. The film was described by one critic as being like "Tarkovsky on acid" by Steve Beard of The Face.
Set largely in the desert in Namibia and South Africa, it concerns a demon which possesses human beings. The film has three interlocking plots, about an abused wife fleeing her husband, her husband's search for her, and the search of a guilt-ridden, elderly black police officer for the perpetrator of a gruesome ritual murder. The plots are woven together in what the writer-director has described as a "spiralling" structure, and come together at the end for an apocalyptic finale.
In December 1991, Stanley turned in a 120-minute version of the film, which was subsequently trimmed down to 110. Stanley hoped this version would become the so-called 'European cut', as the US distributor Miramax had the right to re-edit the film for their own market. However, in the spring 1992 the UK-based production company Palace...,
The Last Boy Scout is a 1991 action movie starring Bruce Willis as a former Secret Service agent, now working as a private detective, and Damon Wayans as a retired professional football player. The two join forces to solve the murder of the Wayan’s girlfriend. The movie was produced by Warner Bros. Pictures and Geffen Pictures and directed by Tony Scott.
The film's grim, downbeat tone and punishing violence proved to be a little much for holiday moviegoers at the time of its release in December 1991. It was, however, a modest commercial success, particularly in comparison to star Bruce Willis’ previous vehicle, Hudson Hawk.
Bruce Willis stars as Joe Hallenbeck, a private detective and retired U.S. Secret Service agent who discovers that his wife is having an affair with his best friend and sometime business partner, Mike (Bruce McGill). The same morning, Mike is killed in a mysterious car explosion after giving Joe an assignment to act as bodyguard for a...,
Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man is a 1991 action film, starring Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson. The film was written by Don Michael Paul and directed by Simon Wincer.The film was a critical and financial failure, garnering many negative reviews and earning just over $7,000,000 at the domestic box office. The budget was estimated at $23,000,000.Tagline:When the going gets tough... the tough take the law into their own hands.Harley Davidson (Mickey Rourke) is in a motel in Texas when he hears about a dangerous new street drug named "Crystal Dream" on the radio. The significance of this street drug does not arise again until later in the film. Harley then meets a friend, a cowboy nicknamed The Marlboro Man (Don Johnson) and they plan a bank robbery to help save their friend's bar from being torn down and replaced with a skyscraper. However, after they rob a bank's armored car, they discover the cargo they stole is the designer drug "Crystal Dream", not money. Chance Wilder (Tom...,
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Prison is a 1988 horror film starring Viggo Mortensen. It was filmed at the Old State Prison in Rawlins, Wyoming with many of its residents on the cast and crew.
In 1956, inmate Charlie Forsythe swallowed 60,000 volts of electricity for a murder he didn't commit.
When Creedmore Prison is reopened after thirty years, it has not been standing empty. Charlie Forsythe is back - still charged with electric heat. Waiting for Eaton Sharpe (Lane Smith) - the man who stood by as Forsythe rode the electric chair.
Forsythe quickly makes up for lost time as his vengeance rises to a fever pitch of violent fury. Burke (Viggo Mortensen) and the others inmates soon realize that they will all be slaughtered unless Forsythe is allowed to repay his long-standing debt. With the lives of Creedmore in the balance, Sharpe and Forsythe are finally brought face-to-rotting-face in a duel that will pit Forsythe's supernatural rage against Sharpe's blood-thirsty instinct for survival.
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