Best Crime Movies of 1985
Miss Marple: The Moving Finger
The residents of a quiet English village begin to receive nasty, threatening letters. The wife of the local vicar calls in her friend Miss Marple to investigate.
An Aussie businessman is trying to find out why and by whom he was kidnapped and then later released with no explanation.
Mobsters and the IRA chase a stagestruck London cabby (Tim Curry) who has found a briefcase full of cash.
Walking the Edge
A Los Angeles taxi driver helps a distraught young woman on the run from gangsters after they murder her husband and young son.
A Coming of Angels: 'The Sequel'
Once upon a time there were three ANGELS... They were young, they were beautiful, and when the occasion called for it, they were the most torrid sexual sleuths ever created! As our story opens, a U.S. Senator (Jamie Gillis) discovers his daughter is kidnapped. First, classy Carrie (Annette Haven) takes on the case (and the Senator) in a steamy interview where more than information unfolds. Soon amorous Allison (Ginger Lynn) gets the lusty lowdown from the Senator's hardened assistant (Eric Edwards) while Michelle (Kelly Nichols) sniffs out many a carnal due to unravel the case. Stopping at nothing, these glamorous gumshoes finally expose the kidnappers (and much, much more!) in this steamy tale featuring virtually every top star in adult films today!
Murder: By Reason of Insanity
A crime drama dircted by Anthony Page.
JesÃºs was framed for a crime he didn't commit, he serves his sentence and then goes home to get revenge.
Flesh and Bullets
Two men that meets in a bar in Las Vegas discovers that they have one big problem in common, their wifes. They decide to do something drastic about it.
L.A. private eye Sam Black, who lives with his half-brother, Andrew, travels to the Bahamas to assist Abigail Marx, a woman who believes her husband is stealing money from their company.
Playing with Fire
Gary Coleman stars as a teenage arsonist. The authorities, friends, and neighbors warn his absentee parents until it is too late.