Ten year old Anne adopted by a Vampire Slayer (Wraith) kills a ruthless Vampire. 25 years later and now married with two teenage kids. The Vampire comes back to exact vengeance on the family by picking them off one at a time.
Television adaptation of Stephen King novel that follows a recovering alcoholic professor. He ends up taking a job as a winter caretaker for a remote Colorado hotel which he seeks as an opportunity to finish a piece of work. With his wife and son with him, the caretaker settles in, only to see visions of the hotel's long deceased employees and guests. With evil intentions, they manipulate him into his dark side which takes a toll on him and his family.
Through exclusive access to O.J. extensive deposition testimony, and exclusive interviews with the key insiders, O.J. SPEAKS tells the story of what it took to finally bring O.J. down. When O.J. Simpson was found not guilty of murder in a Los Angeles criminal court in October 1995 - at the end of the notorious "Trial of the Century" - families of the victims thought all hope of getting justice was lost. For Fred Goldman, father of murder victim Ron Goldman, the verdict was especially tough. But from their grief, Fred and his daughter Kim, found another avenue to pursue Simpson. They would join the family of Nicole Brown Simpson in filing a civil lawsuit for the wrongful deaths of Ron and Nicole. Even though a verdict in the Goldman's favor would not put Simpson behind bars, it would be what the family wanted more than anything else - for a court of law to hold the former NFL star responsible for the slayings. Fred and Kim knew they were in over their heads in the legal morass of a civil suit, so they began their search for the right attorney to help them pursue justice. By luck, they stumbled across Dan Petrocelli, a terrific civil lawyer, but one who had never tried anything close to a wrongful death case. The Goldmans believed in Petrocelli's passion and decided he was the right person to go after Simpson. Petrocelli told Fred and Kim that there was one major difference between a criminal case and a civil case. In a criminal case, Simpson did not have to testify. In a civil lawsuit the rules were different. Simpson would, for the first time, have to answer questions under oath about his possible involvement in the double homicide. Under the harsh and unrelenting questioning of Daniel Petrocelli, Simpson's own words revealed an O.J. Simpson who had woven a web of lies and who clearly believed that he was above the law. Told through Simpson's own words in his deposition tapes, this is the story of how the Goldman family and their unlikely choice for an attorney took on one of the nation's biggest celebrities, forced him to talk about his possible involvement in the killings, and dragged him into a different kind of trial - one which Fred Goldman described as being about the law and not about theatrics. It was a trial in which celebrity had no currency - a trial in which O.J.'s own words ultimately proved his responsibility for the double murder finally bringing justice to Fred Goldman and the Brown family.
Anna Mae Bullock always had a special voice. Soon after arriving in St. Louis to live with the mother who had walked out when she was small, she soon attracts the attention of pop group leader Ike Turner. She becomes his band's singer, his wife, and mother to his children - not all hers. In love with him and determined not to leave in the way her mother had, she finds herself the target of increasing violence from him who can't see who is making his band such a success.
The Johnsons are an attractive, well-to-do, upper-middle class family. Sidney, husband and father, is a famous poet, known and adored for his kindness and sensitivity. Joan, wife and mother, is a dutiful housewife, an obsessive homemaker and the life of every party. Their son, Isaiah, is a charismatic young man who has just gotten married to an equally appealing young woman. In fact, there is only thing that separates the Johnsons from their charming friends and neighbors: Isaiah, the son, has been molesting Sidney, the father, since he was twelve years old. And what's more, Sidney has written a memoir that chronicles, in great detail, the ins-and-outs of this unseemly father-son relationship. Will the manuscript ever see the light of day, or will young Isaiah have a thing or two to say about it? THE STRANGE THING ABOUT THE JOHNSONS is a dark satire of the domestic melodrama, which asks "What if...?" and then, for some reason, comes up with an answer.