, 1h9 OrigineEtats-Unis GenresDrame, Aventure, Horreur, Animation ThèmesFantômes ActeursLeonard Nimoy, Ray Bradbury, Alex Greenwald, Edan Gross, Andrew Keegan, Darlene Carr Rôle Additional Voices Note76% The film opens to the voice of a narrator (Ray Bradbury) describing one small town's preparations for Halloween night. Four friends are shown at their respective homes donning costumes excitedly: Jenny as a witch, Ralph as a mummy; Wally as a monster; and finally Tom Skelton as a skeleton. They all hurry so as not be late meeting up with each other and the infamous Pip (described as their communal best friend and as a truly amazing person and friend which the narrator asserts by saying, "Some say that on the day he was born, all the soda pop bottles in the world fizzled over. Pipken, who could yell louder, sing better, and eat more popcorn. Pip, the greatest boy who ever lived"). Jenny, Wally, Ralph and Tom meet up, but Pip is absent. Believing it a trick, as Pip would never miss his favorite holiday, the four head to Pip's home on the edge of town.
, 1h13 Réalisé parDavid Lowell Rich OrigineEtats-Unis GenresThriller, Action ThèmesSport, Transport, Le train ActeursBen Johnson, Ben Murphy, Ed Nelson, Darlene Carr, Lee Montgomery, Martin Milner Rôle Carol Lerner Note58% After departing the train station at a ski facility, a passenger train begins descending a long downhill grade, only to discover that the brakes don't work, apparently frozen while at the mountain station. The train continues to gain speed, and one brakeman is lost trying to kick the frozen moisture off one section of brakes. It is anticipated that the train will derail at a sharp curve once it reaches level ground, and emergency crews stand by there. The train survives the curve and continues on toward the terminal station, where the tracks abruptly end.