A French cult classic, Betty Blue (37°2 le matin) was an international
smash when released in 1986. Directed by Jean-Jacques Beineix
(Diva) and featuring an indelible screen debut by Béatrice Dalle, Betty Blue
hypnotized audiences with its uninhibited sexuality and all-consuming vision
of amour fou that defined youthful passion for an entire generation.
An intimate portrayal of obsessive love, Betty Blue is the story of
Zorg (Jean-Hugues Anglade), an aspiring novelist who gets by as
a handyman and Betty (Dalle), a beautiful, unpredictable temptress
who turns his life upside down. As Betty’s mental state turns dark,
Zorg desperately attempts to comfort her. Even when ensconced in a
dreamy rural town, Betty’s fantasy world encroaches on her reality as
she slowly spirals out of control.
Six female friends go on a caving expedition that goes horribly wrong, as the explorers become trapped and ultimately pursued by a strange breed of predators. Genre: Horror Rating: Not Rated
An oil drilling team struggles to stay alive after a plane crashes in the Alaska wilderness. A pack of wolves sees them as intruders and hunts them down.