They're hungry. . . for murder.
The Petrox company's search for a new oil reserves on a strange island unleashes a terror unseen by civilized man - King Kong! The timeless story of a "beauty" (Jessica Lange, making her feature-film debut) and a "beast" comes to the screen in this ambitious production from Dino De Kaurentis. Charles Grodin is the scheming oil company shark out to exploit the giant beast to his fullest. and Jeff Bridges is the desperate hero, Jack Preschott, who attempts to wrest the beautiful heroine (Lange) from King Kong's grasp. New York City trembles with each echoing footstep to the towering ape set loose in its streets!
Orca: The Killer Whale
Sleek, intelligent, beautiful. . . and bent on revenge. Producer Dino De Laurentiis (King Kong, Ragtime) and director Michael Anderson (Around the World in 80 Days, Logan's Run) join to present the rousing action-adventure tale of Orca: The Killer Whale. it's the story of one powerful being against another: a strong, determined fisherman (Richard Harris) versus an equally determined killer whale. When the giant whale's pregnant mate is maimed and killed by Harris, the whale seeks vengeance - smashing boats, attacking a seacoast village, and eventually luring his human adversaries to a final confrontation on the marine creature's own arctic turf. Charlotte Rampling, Will Sampson and Bo Derek (in her feature film debut) also star in this seafaring epic brimming with nail-biting suspense and spectacular special effects.
Academy Award-winner Michael Crichton (Jurassic Park) takes you deep into the Congo - where the hunters become the hunted, and human are the endangered species, Oscar nominee Laura Linney (Mystic River), Dylan Walsh (TV's Nip/Tuck), Ernie Hudson (Miss Congeniality 2) and Tim Curry (Kinsey) come together as a group of explorers searching for the mythical riches of the Lost City of Zinj. But the expedition soon turns deadly - someone in the jungle is watching their every move in the action-packed adventure filled with breathtaking visuals, heart-pounding suspense. . . and a new breed of killers.