Réalisé parDouglas Jackson GenresDrame ActeursAlexandra Paul, Bruce Boxleitner, Sophie Gendron, Corinne Conley, Michael Riley Rôle grand-mère Wilton Note51% Emilie, une petite fille comme une autre, eu une leucémie étant petite. Lors d'une soirée avec ses copines, elle se retrouve soudainement prise de maux de têtes et aux oreilles. L'hôpital annonce aux parents que la maladie a reprise et qu'un don de moelle osseuse est nécessaire à sa survie. Sa mère va tout essayer pour trouver un donneur pour sa fille, y compris le fait de reprendre contact avec son ex-mari, Kurt, qui est compatible.
Réalisé parDon McBrearty OrigineCanada GenresDrame ActeursSusan Clark, Peter MacNeill, Stéphanie Morgenstern, Michael Riley, Chris Wiggins, Cedric Smith Rôle Mrs. Chadway Note63% On the surface, Lila Young (Susan Clark) and her husband William (Peter MacNeill) are devout Christians pursuing their calling of helping young, unwed expectant mothers deliver their babies at the Ideal Maternity Home in East Chester, Nova Scotia during the 1930s and 1940s. The medical community, however, is very skeptical about the safety of the procedures being conducted by Lila and the care being given to babies born at the Home. Skepticism soon becomes intense scrutiny when a routine delivery results in the death of a young mother and her baby. Desperate to continue their work and prove they are doing God’s work, the Youngs start selling healthy babies to wealthy, childless couples. The babies that are born premature or unhealthy are poorly cared for and unceremoniously buried in wooden butter boxes if they die. Thankfully, the Youngs are out of business at the end of this shocking true story, but their years of illegally selling and burying babies makes it impossible to determine the extent of their atrocities to this day.
, 2h Réalisé parNorman Campbell OrigineEtats-Unis GenresFantasy, Musical ThèmesMusique, Films pour enfants ActeursDean Jones, Paul Sand, Arte Johnson, Teri Garr, Sorrell Booke, Ruth Buzzi Rôle Fairy Godmother Note74% Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm are traveling to a king's palace to present him with their fairy tales. Their carriage driver refuses to take them into the woods because they are said to be enchanted. Not wanting to miss their audience with the king, the brothers buy the carriage from the driver and travel into the woods alone. Placed under the enchantment of the woods, the brothers begin to encounter a wide range of characters that exist in their tales, including Snow White and Sleeping Beauty among many others.
, 1h25 OrigineEtats-Unis GenresThriller, Horreur, Policier ThèmesReligion ActeursJeanne Crain, Alex Nicol, Jack Donner, Barbra Hancock, James Sikking, Corinne Conley Rôle Betty Coogan Note62% In the seven-and-a-half-minute pre-credits sequence, a faceless hooded figure, dressed like a monk and carrying a six-foot cruciform staff, walks through a forest, stopping on a hill overlooking a lakeside baptismal ceremony conducted by a Christ-like figure (Michael Sugich) who starts making a speech/plea to God, expressing gratitude for being shown the light and receiving "a chance to be saved". He then thanks God for giving him the power and for making him "Your son". He tells God that all those present "were just a bunch of sinners", but "I saved them", because "I made them see that using dope was the way to turn on to you". Continuing, "we got trouble, Lord — the heat won't leave us alone — they want to bust us for being hooked on you", he then declaims that "they don't dig our kind of faith — they put us down cause we ain't one of them uptight establishment churches with one of them phony moneymaking ministers, lying and stealing…" He tells God and the assembled young followers that one among them was sent to "spy on us and try to bust us". He focuses on one of the girls and announces, "there's a chick that don't want to be baptized — she don't want to follow me" and finishes by pronouncing, "Oh, yes, Lord, in our happy flock, maybe we got us a Judas". When the girl (Andrea Darvi) gets up and tries to run, she is quickly caught and held, as the Christ-like figure, now revealed to be the leader of a Charles Manson-styled cult, calls for "The Atoner" who, appearing from the bushes, is the initially-seen silent hooded figure with the tall cross/staff. The cult leader, whom the girl addresses as "Billy Joe", forcibly "baptizes" her, with The Atoner holding her underwater, in front of all assembled, until she drowns.
, 1h OrigineCanada GenresThriller ThèmesTransport, Aviation ActeursJames Doohan, Cec Linder, Kate Reid, Hanns Lothar, Corinne Conley, Zachary Scott Note70% While on a flight from Toronto, Ontario, to Vancouver, British Columbia, the pilots at the controls of a Canadair North Star, a large commercial airliner, fall victim to food poisoning. Approximately half of the passengers have also been incapacitated by eating the same fish served to the pilots. After the stewardess (Corinne Conley) asks for help from the passengers, George Spencer (James Doohan), an ex-Second World War Spitfire fighter pilot is forced to take over. His wife (Kate Reid) is able to help him at the controls, but he is worried about his sick son. A storm over Vancouver makes matters worse, with George not only having to overcome harrowing wartime flashbacks, but also struggling with the controls of an unfamiliar aircraft, in order to bring the airliner down safely.
, 55minutes OrigineEtats-Unis GenresAnimation ThèmesNoël, Père Noël ActeursBurl Ives, Billie Mae Richards, Paul Kligman, Peg Dixon, Paul Soles, Corinne Conley Rôle Doll / Others Note80% Au pôle Nord, un petit renne nommé « Rudolph » voit le jour. Néanmoins, celui-ci a une particularité : il est affublé d'un nez rouge. Cet attribut entraîne la moquerie des autres jeunes rennes. Rudolph rêve de faire partie du traîneau du père Noël mais à cause de son nez rouge, il est refusé dans l'équipage. Il décide de quitter le pôle Nord. Au même moment, Stormella, la reine des Glaces, projette de faire échouer la distribution de cadeaux.