4 Movies on 2 Double-Sided Discs!
Dangerous Cargo (1996, 91 mins.): The May-December romance between middle-aged, European beauty Marlene (Rosemarie Belden) and her mysterious lover Alexei (Peter Lucas) begins in Los Angeles, but leads the practical businesswoman into risking her life to save her lover from Moscow's Russian Mafia. Julie (Margaux Hemingway) tries to talk Marlene out of the dangerous partnership she has formed with Alexei. Marlene doesn't want to listen - she lets her heart rule until she learns that Alexei has deceived her. Heartbroken, she sets out on a journey to Moscow with Julie in an attempt to recover her investment. When the Russian crime boss Yuri (Nicholas Worth) kidnaps Julie and Marlene, the story explodes into terror! They escape only to be cornered again. Now they must shoot their way out... but can they trust Alexei?
Criminal Desire (1999, 96 mins.): When street-savvy Private Investigator Darrel Chisum (David Faustino) learns of a mysterious disappearance of a billionaire's (David Carradine) daughter and beautiful model, Caitland Montague, he soon becomes enmeshed in the seductive fashion industry's Vision Advertising Agency, run by sleazy mogul Dick Bunche (Michael York). Darrel enlists the aid of his friend Erik Denham (Chris Conrad), an unemployed ad executive whose skills allow him to work undetected within Bunche's empire. But when Bunche takes Erik under his wing, he plunges into the seedy underworld that swallowed up Caitland. As Darrel uncovers Bunche's dark secret, and learns that Caitland may have planned her own kidnapping, it is a race against the clock as he and Erik use brute force and high-tech gadgetry to save her from being sold into an international ring of white slavery trading. Their backs are against the wall as the world of high fashion and glamour take a downward spiral into deceit, betrayal and murder.
Deadly Reckoning (2001, 91 mins.): Ernest Grey (Frank Zagarino) is a quiet, unassuming owner of several bookstores in Los Angeles, which he operates with the help of his daughter Jennifer. One day a group of elite global terrorists, led by the violent Van Guilder (Matthias Hues), assault the bookstore in an attempt to assassinate Grey. Jennifer is awed by the commando skills of her father as he fights off the terrorists. Pursued by the terrorists, Grey retreats to his secret, well-established fallback position where he meets up with his old love, Marianna (Elizabeth Giordino), with whom he had an affair after the death of his wife. Grey was an American spy working in Eastern Europe who cracked a smuggling ring led by Van Guilder under the direction of a man known only as Control Five (Robert Vaughn). Grey's original boss in the secret underworld was Control Five, who worked as a double agent and was the leader of the terrorists whom Grey put in prison. Now Control Five, out of prison, looks for revenge against Grey. Grey, Marianna and Jennifer retreat to an abandoned missile manufacturing warehouse and take the last stand against Control Five and the dark powerful forces he commands.
Paper: Incriminating Evidence (2000, 70 mins.): Take a ride through the South Bronx with Pop and Stuff - two of New York's wildest who come up the hard way. After watching his father brutally murder his mother when he was just a boy, Pop was thrust into the realities of this cruel world. Luckily, Pop was given a second chance when his best friend Stuff's family took him in. But as they grow older, the temptation of street-life was too much to resist. While Pop was lured into the drug game on a crime-infested Bronx block called Wood Ave., Stuff held it down working for his mom in her St. Lawrence bodega. Meanwhile, they lived a secret that no one could know about. Their common denominator: murder for hire. Everything is cool until fate takes an awful twist!