The Ghost And The Darkness:
In 1896 Lt. Col. John Paterson was sent to East Africa to build a railway bridge. After two mysterious lions began visiting the construction yard, people began to go missing. Believing them not to be real lions, the locals name them 'The Ghost' and 'The Darkness'. After losing dozens of workers to the lions, the railroad company brought in Remington (Michael Douglas), an American 'greaeat white hunter', to kill them, but even his reputation for being the best could not prevent yet more carnage. It is believed that over 130 people were killed by the two lions in just a few months.
While his wife (Anne Archer) and daughter are out of town, successful attorney Dan Gallagher (Michael Douglas) has a one-night stand with Alex Forrest (Glenn Close), the publishing executive he has just met. He has no idea what he's getting into. Immediately after the encounter, Dan wants to put the experience behind him, but Alex refuses to let go of their relationship. Driven to madness by his rejection, she turns to violently harassing both Dan and his family. This terrifying morality play, which takes the consequences of infidelity to new heights of horror, became one of 1987's biggest box-office successes.
Nick Conklin (Michael Douglas) and Charlie Vincent (Andy Garcia) are strangers in a strange land. They are New York City cops in Japan, chasing Sato (Yasuka Matsudin) an escaped murderer and member of the Yakuza (the Japanese Mafia). Director Ridley Scott (Alien, Runner), takes us on a nightmare journey through the exotic, violent streets of Osaka, into the very heart of the deadly Yakuza. From the producers of “Fatal Attraction” and “The Accused”, this fascinating thriller tells of men torn by a clash of culture, crime against honour.