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Sounds like Prince of Darkness (1987) by John Carpenter. Wikipedia's description matches the details you remember, including the creepy ending: At the end of the film, Marsh has the recurring dream again, except now an apparently possessed Danforth is the figure emerging from the building. Marsh appears to awaken, rolling over to find a gruesomely ...


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Sounds like Death Sentence from 2007. From Wiki: Nick Hume (Kevin Bacon) is husband to Helen (Kelly Preston), and father of two boys, Brendan (Stuart Lafferty) and Lucas (Jordan Garrett). After Brendan's hockey game, Nick and Brendan drive home, talking about the latter's potential future as a professional hockey player. They make a quick stop at a gas ...


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This is definitely Mindhunters: On a remote island, the FBI has a training program for their psychological profiling division, called "Mindhunters", used to track down serial killers. The training goes horribly wrong, however, when a group of seven young agents discover that one of them is a serial killer, and is setting about slaying the others. Can the ...


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I'm pretty sure it is Halle Berry. You're describing Perfect Stranger from 2007. Bruce Willis is the murder suspect and he's later convicted, but then it turns out she was the killer all along. In the end, a character played by Giovanni Ribisi confronts her about it and she stabs him, and this is witnessed by a neighbor looking out the window. Here's the ...


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I think this is The Recruit (IMDB here) (First post, just for this!)


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I found it. The movie is Wicker Park. I remember seeing the hero in a movie with Morgan Freeman and Bruce Willis. I googled both the names together and bumped into Lucky Number Slevin and searched the cast to find out the hero's name. Then from imdb I searched his movie list and got it :) I had seen this movie earlier. The 3rd character I was mentioning ...


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I think this was an episode of Starsky and Hutch - Cover Girl A gorgeous but terminally ill model puts a hit out on herself, but when her cancer goes into remission, she asks Hutch to stop the contract killer. I found this by searching IMDB for the keyword Suicide By Hitman.


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Frog and Wombat (1998) From her bedroom window, Alli (code name "Frog") thinks that she has discovered the cover up of a serious crime. She is convinced that her new school principal has committed a murder, and she is going to prove it! When her best friend, Jane (code name "Wombat"), rejects this idea, a brazen Frog decides to set up ...


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There have been many films based on Richard Connell's 1924 story, "The Most Dangerous Game", from 1932 to the present. The buggies/motorbikes in this one would seem to make it relatively recent, so I'm going to guess that you're thinking of Surviving the Game (1994). This user review describes the plot in some detail; it seems to coincide with what the ...


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Your recollection matches a section of the IMDb synopsis for House (1986). There are too many details to quote it all, but it mentions the father seeing his son behind a mirror in a painting, breaking the real mirror, entering "another dimension" where there is water, rescuing his son from monsters and emerging through a swimming pool.


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Insides (2005) According to Cambridge Cinema Short it's about: A lonely man with a dark past and the horror beneath his feet. One reviewer noted that: Insides by Dan Gitsham introduced a completely contrasting genre. Incredibly atmospheric, I was unsure of what to expect as the lone man wandered around his empty, cluttered house. At ...


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Could it be Eraser with Arnold Schwarzenegger? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0116213/ Arnold plays a guy who "erases" people who are in a witness protection program and who's lives are in danger. At the beginning of the movie, he saves an informants life by changing his identity with that of a dead man, destroying this guys home/safe house with the dead ...


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Here's a guess: Gulag (1985) Mickey Almon is a popular sports reporter covering the Olympics in Moscow. Deceived by the KGB and forced to confess that he is a spy, Mickey is then arrested and sent to the Gulag, a prison located in Siberia. Unable to prove his own innocence, Mickey must face inhumane conditions or start thinking about ...


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Host (AKA Virtual Obsession) with Peter Gallagher and Mimi Rogers from 1998. Everything you've described (the young woman with the terminal brain illness, the married scientist freezing her head, her mind downloaded into a computer, her being able to control the city and mess with his life, wheelchair guy, lab rats etc. etc.) is all in there. Here's a scene ...


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The Face of Fear (1971) This was a made-for-TV movie from the 70s, based on the book 'Sally' by Howard Fast (writing under the pseudonym 'E.V. Cunningham'). Edited from this page, here's a synopsis: Sally Dillman [played by Elizabeth Ashley] is an Idaho school teacher who thinks she's dying of leukemia. She goes to San Fransisco for a last fling ...


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Some facts don't match too well, but concentrating on "a woman bound in the baggage section" and "a bomb", I'd still try with 2005's Flight Plan: The husband of aviation engineer Kyle Pratt has just died in Berlin. Now she is flying back to New York with his coffin and their six-year-old daughter Julia. Three hours into the flight Kyle awakens to find ...


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Definitely The Silent Partner, (1978), with Christopher Plummer inflicting the violence. There isn't much about it in the plot summary other than this: A few days later, Reikle is released from jail and confronts Elaine one night over where her loyalties lie. When Elaine admits that she has indeed fallen in love with Miles, an enraged Reikle murders ...


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It could be The Assignment (1997) with Aidan Quinn. Protagonist Annibal Ramirez (played by Quinn) is trained to masquerade the terrorist Carlos the Jackal. At the end of the movie CIA fakes the deaths of Ramirez and his family in car explosion, so they may live safely with a new identity.


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Sounds like Natural Selection (AKA Dark Reflection) from 1994. From TVTropes: C. Thomas Howell plays a dual role. In one, he is a successful computer programmer named Ben... In the other role, he is Adam, a clone of Ben who has been running around the country killing his other clones and taking over their lives. (There were seven clones all together). ...


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My first thought was Cloak & Dagger, starring Dabney Coleman. It somewhat fits the profile, with an 11-year-old boy caught up in espionage, and his "savior/partner" is an imaginary guy. At the end, he meets his real dad in an airport, if memory serves me correctly.


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I believe it's Servants of Twilight from 1991. From IMDb: Based on the novel by Dean R. Koontz, this action packed thriller features Bruce Greenwood as a private detective hired to protect a little boy from a fanatical religious cult that believe he is the antichrist fortold in the book of Revelations. The boy brings his mom back to life and turns out ...


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It sounds rather a lot like the plot from Art School Confidential. Came out in '06. Paraphrased from Wikipedia's plot synopsis: The community has been wracked by a serial killer, the Strathmore Strangler, who has confounded the police. As Jerome slowly loses his idealism at art school, he finds himself in competition with a strange newcomer. In a ...


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It sounds like maybe you're confusing two movies? The Unborn from 2009, which is about a girl with brown and blue eyes who's haunted by a vengeful ancestor, Hide and Seek from 2005, which stars Robert DeNiro as a psychologist and Dakota Fanning as his daughter who draws pictures of her "friend" Charlie who is a murderer. At the end of the movie, she draws ...


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It sounds a little like Stalag 17, (1953). POW Lieutenant Dunbar (Don Taylor) is rumored to have blown up an ammunition train as he was being transported to the prison camp. He eventually demonstrates to his camp-mates how he closed a pack of matches, (not a box), onto a lit cigarette to make a crude delayed-action incendiary device, and threw it through ...


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It sounds like the TV movie Fatal Error, (1999), which features a computer virus that can cross over and infect humans through video watching. Were you thinking of Robert Wagner instead of Martin Sheen? The trailer is on Zimbio.


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The movie you are describing is The Covenant. The protagonist Caleb, is the guy driving the car (probably a Mustang) while talking to one of his cousin brother. The brothers are known as the Sons of Ipswich.



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