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Vampires: Los Muertos
(1998 John Carpenter)

When Jack Crow (James Woods)'s team of mercenary vampire hunters is slaughtered by the master vampire Valek (Thomas Ian Griffith), he teams up with Montoya (Daniel Baldwin) to fight back.
Their only link to Valek is the beautiful, psychic prostitute Katrina (Sheryl Lee), and with her help they set out to confront the ultimate evil.
[Destination]Region 1
Vanilla Sky
(2001 Cameron Crowe)

Young, handsome and wealthy, publishing tycoon David Aames (Cruise) can have anything his heart desires. Still, David's charmed life seems incomplete. One night, David meets the woman of his dreams (Penelope Cruz) and believes he may have found the missing piece.
But a fateful encounter with a jealous lover (Cameron Diaz) suddenly sends David's world out of control, rocketing him on a roller-coaster ride of romance, sex, suspicion and dreams... to a shocking, final awakening you will never forget.
[Paramount]Region 1
Watcher, The
(2000 Joe Charbanik)

After years of pursuing psychotic killers in Los Angeles, FBI agent Joel Campbell (James Spader) wants out. And now his nemesis, serial killer David Allen Griffin (Keanu Reeves), has tracked him all the way to Chicago just to torment him.

Before each murder, Griffin sends Campbell a photograph of his intended victim and dares him to find her before he strikes again. Now, with every tick of the clock, and amidst pulse-pounding action, this stone-cold killer turns up the heat.
[Universal]Region 1
Watchmen
(2009 Zack Snyder)

For those obsessed with the critically acclaimed graphic novel (which would be almost anyone who has read it), or for audiences looking for a stylish action film, WATCHMEN is worth--well--watching. But those who thought THE DARK KNIGHT was too gloomy should stay far away from Zack Snyder’s film. As far as superhero movies go, this graphic adaptation of the comic book series from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons makes even Christopher Nolan’s Batman films look like Saturday morning fare.

Mammoth and mazelike, WATCHMEN follows a group of retired costumed heroes living in an alternate 1985 where Nixon is still president and fear of nuclear doomsday permeates the air. When a hero named the Comedian (an excellent Jeffrey Dean Morgan) is murdered, his former colleague--the unhinged, masked Rorschach (a perfectly creepy Jackie Earle Hayley)--begins investigating who is behind the death. The other masked crimefighters--Silk Spectre 2 (Malin Ackerman), Ozymandias (Matthew Goode), Nite Owl 2 (Patrick Wilson), and Dr. Manhattan (Billy Crudup), a godlike being who is the only one with actual superpowers--soon learn that there may be a plot to rid the world of their kind.
[Paramount]Region 2
Way of the Gun
(2000 Christopher McQuarrie)

Two professional criminals, Parker (Ryan Phillippe) and Longbaugh (Benicio Del Toro), think they've devised the plan of a lifetime: kidnap Robin (Juliette Lewis), a pregnant surrogate mother, then collect on the ransom money from the parents-to-be. However, when Parker begins to take a shine to the kidnapping victim, the plan begins to crumble. But it is not until a heavily armed group of mob hit men arrive with the ransom money that Parker and Longbaugh realize they've cooked up a spicy stew of chaos, violence, and confusion. The unborn baby tops it off, making Christopher McQuarrie's The Way of the Gun a terrifically tense nail-biter.
[Artisan] Region 1
Vertical Limit
(2000 Martin Campbell)

K2, a 28,250-foot mountain in Pakistan's Karakoram Range, is the setting for this adrenaline-pumping action-adventure.

It's a race against time when a retired mountain climber (Chris O'Donnell) leads a rescue mission to save his estranged sister (Robin Tunney) and other members of her team who have become trapped on K2 after a deadly avalanche.
[Columbia]Region 1
What's eating Gilbert Grape?
(1993 Lasse Hallström)

Meet Gilbert Grape (Johnny Depp), a young man who lives in Endora, Iowa, population 1,091. Gilbert lives with his mother, whose 36 stone frame is slowly destroying the fragile Grape homestead, his brother Arnie, (Leonardo DiCaprio) who was never expected to survive childhood, and his two sisters.
Gilbert's only excitement is his affair with Mrs. Betty Carver (Mary Steenburgen). Besides that, Gilbert's life is weird. And he doesn't seem to enjoy it. But one day a mysterious, beautiful girl named Becky (Juliette Lewis) moves into town with her grandmother, and Gilbert's world begins to change...
[Prism]Region 2
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
(2016 Glenn Ficarra, John Requa)

"Tina Fey Shines" in this wickedly entertaining comedy about finding yourself in the most unlikely of places. Stuck in a rut, reporter Kim Baker (Fey) decides to shake things up by leaving her desk job in New York and taking a dangerous assignment in Afghanistan. Far from home and completely out of her comfort zone, a culture-shocked Kim befriends an adventurous reporter (Margot Robbie), a no-nonsense Colonel (Billy Bob Thornton) and a charming photojournalist (Martin Freeman) to help her navigate this crazy new world.
[Paramount]Region 2
Whole Nine Yards, The
(2000 Jonathan Lynn)

svensk titel: Oss Torpeder Emellan

There goes the neighborhoodin a pine box. When hit man Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski moves into a comfy suburb, everyones suddenly in danger of pushing up daisies. And its not all Jimmys doing, either.
Jonathan Lynn directs and a top cast packs heat in this manic comedy about life, love and plenty of ammo. Bruce Willis is Jimmy, whose arrival sparks a chain reaction in which just about everybody wants to clip somebody else. There's a hapless dentist who finds a way to get on the Tulip's good and bad sides...
[RePlay]Region 2
Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf?
(1966 Mike Nichols)

svensk titel: Vem är rädd för Virginia Woolf?

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton are ideal as malevolent marrieds Martha and George in first-time film director Mike Nichols' searing film of Edward Albee's groundbreaking 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'. Taylor won her second Academy Award (and New York Film Critics, National Board of Review and British Film Academy Best Actress Awards). Burton matches her as her emotionally spent spouse. And George Segal and Best Supporting Actress Oscar winner Sandy Dennis score as another couple straying into their destructive path. The movie won a total of five Academy Awards and remains a taboo-toppling landmark over 40 years later.
[Warner]Region 1
Wild Bunch, The
(1969 Sam Peckinpah)

svensk titel: Det Vilda Gänget

By any standard, director Sam Peckinpah's film The Wild Bunch, a powerful tale of hangdog desperadoes bound by a code of honour, rates as one of the all-time greatest Westerns, perhaps one of the greatest of all films.
This original Director's Cut restores it to a complete, pristine condition unseen since its July 1969 theatrical debut. The image is letterboxed, the color renewed, the stereo soundtrack remixed and reintegrated - all to blood-and-thunder effect. Watch William Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Robert Ryan and more great stars saddle up for the roles of a lifetime.
[Warner]Region 2
Wild Child, The
(1969 Francois Truffaut)

fransk titel: L'Enfant Sauvage

One of director François Truffaut's most unusual films is based on a true story and contains one of his rare acting appearances. In 1798 France, a feral child (Jean-Pierre Cargol) who's grown up wild in the forest is discovered. Truffaut plays Dr. Jean Itard, the deaf specialist who tries to civilize the boy; the screenplay was adapted from Itard's writings.
[MGM] Region 1
Vilde Hjerter
(1990 David Lynch)

originaltitel: Wild at Heart

Shakespearian, flamboyant, sensual, violent, funny, 'Wild At Heart', is without a doubt one of the major movies by the genius director David Lynch. Inspired by Barry Gifford's novel, with a soundtrack composed by Angelo Badalamenti, this is an unmissable masterpiece.
[Universal]Region 2
Vital
(2004 Shin'ya Tsukamoto)

A man awakes in a hospital after a car accident to discover that his memory has been lost. At first he is unable to even recognise his parents, but, as his memories return so does his earlier interest in medicine. After enrolling in a medical course he begins classes, one of which involves the dissection of a female corpse. As his memory begins to complete itself he begins to realise he has known the woman on the table who once inhabited this body…
[Tartan Asia]Region 0
Viva Maria!
(1965 Louis Malle)

French bombshells Brigitte Bardot and Jeanne Moreau team up as two buxom women named Maria who unwittingly invent the striptease near the turn of the century -- and become such a sensation that enthusiastic audiences strip down right along with them. But when one of the ladies falls for a handsome revolutionary (George Hamilton), she and her new beau soon find themselves utterly embroiled in an armed peasant revolt.
[MGM] Region 1
World is not Enough, The
(1999 Michael Apted)

svensk titel: Världen räcker inte till

When the suave Agent 007 (Pierce Brosnan) is assigned to protect an oil heiress (Sophie Marceau), he is catapulted into a passionate, adrenaline-charged adventure that pits him against one of his most deadly adversaries: Renard (Robert Carlyle). Renard is a ruthless anarchist whose total imperviousness to pain makes him a virtually unstoppable enemy. The unrelenting suspense, breathtaking action and sly wit never let up in this explosively entertaining thriller.
[MGM]Region 1
Wrestlemania 21: Goes Hollywood
Wrestlemania goes Hollywood! Live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, the Superbowl of Professional Wrestling has one of the most anticipated main events in recent history. Evolution explodes as Triple H defends his World Championship against the unleashed animal Batista!
[Home Video]Region 1
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