The Movie Channel Extra HD Schedule

The Movie Channel Extra HD

The Movie Channel Extra HD TV Schedule

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Friday, August 29 2014
  • Time Show
    • 12:00am

      A group of people find their lives interweaved through various relationships. Rachel Weisz, Jude Law, Anthony Hopkins and Ben Foster star.

    • 2:00am
      Love Ranch

      Drama based on the lives of Joe and Sally Conforte; the couple who opened the first legal brothel in Nevada, USA. Joe Pesci and Helen Mirren star as the lead characters, with Gil Birmingham and Bai Ling taking supporting roles.

    • 4:00am
      Girls Gone Dead

      Six former cheerleaders on their first spring break from college are stalked by a savage killer with a medieval war hammer and a battle axe.

    • 5:45am
      A Grandpa for Christmas

      An elderly movie star and singer living in a retirement community has lost all contact with his family - but when his daughter is injured in a car crash, he unexpectedly ends up caring for his estranged granddaughter over the Christmas holiday. Although at first the pair struggle to get along, they eventually bond while working on a school pageant. Family comedy, starring Ernest Borgnine, Juliette Goglia and Katherine Helmond

    • 7:10am
      A Stranger Among Us

      An undercover police detective infiltrates a devout Jewish neighbourhood in New York, hoping to identify a murderer believed to be a member of the community. Sidney Lumet's offbeat thriller, starring Melanie Griffith, Mia Sara, Jamey Sheridan, James Gandolfini and Eric Thal.

    • 9:00am
      The Odd Couple II

      Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau return as bickering buddies Felix and Oscar, this time spreading chaos and general grumpiness during a long-distance journey to visit their children, who've announced they're planning to get married. The trip to the wedding soon turns into a disastrous odyssey involving dead bodies and vengeful cowboys. Comedy sequel that falls a long way short of former glories, also starring Richard Riehle and Jonathan Silverman

    • 10:40am

      An eccentric music critic with an idealistic love of his Seattle home resolves to win a place on its council. Recruiting an unemployed friend as a campaign manager, he soon attracts a vast following of the city's outsiders inspired by his grand ambition to build a monorail. Fact-based comedy, starring Jason Biggs and Joel David Moore

    • 12:30pm
      See Girl Run

      To find meaning in her life, a young woman visits her past relationships. Romance starring Robin Tunney, Jeremy Strong and Adam Scott.

    • 2:00pm
      Sling Blade

      Billy Bob Thornton gives arguably the best performance of his career in this remarkable offering, which he also wrote and directed. He plays a man with learning difficulties, convicted of murdering his mother and her lover at the tender age of 12, who is released from prison and heads back to his home town. He soon strikes up an unlikely friendship with a local lad and his widowed mum - but it's not long before his feelings for them cause trouble. Stunning, powerful drama, co-starring Dwight Yoakam, Natalie Canerday, John Ritter, Robert Duvall and JT Walsh. Thornton won the Best Original Screenplay Oscar for the script. Postponed from October 10th

    • 4:15pm
      Happy Endings

      The dysfunctional relationships of a variety of couples are presented in this dark comedy-drama, from film-maker Don Roos. The intertwining tales tell of a woman's struggle to find her long-lost son, a homosexual man's legal battle over his sperm donation, and a girl's increasingly close friendship with her partner's father. The strong cast includes Lisa Kudrow, Steve Coogan, Jesse Bradford, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Tom Arnold.

    • 6:30pm

      A mathematical genius, intent on proving his theory that anything in life can be explained by numbers, begins to suffer paranoid delusions - but not all his fears prove unfounded. Intelligent and intense psychological thriller, starring Sean Gullette, Mark Margolis, Ben Shenkman and Pamela Hart. Director Darren Aronofsky uses nifty camerawork and shadows to create a palpable sense of unease

    • 8:00pm

      Ellison, a true-crime novelist moves in to a house with his family knowing it is is the scene of brutal murders. They appear to be settling in to their new home fine until Ellison discovers a box of the home movies which put the families lives in danger. Horror thriller starring Ethan Hawke.

    • 10:00pm
      Apartment 1303

      A woman receives the news that her sister has died after falling from her 13th-floor apartment. She refuses to believe it was suicide and moves into the flat herself to discover the truth, but finds supernatural forces are at work in the building and that her sibling's boyfriend is concealing dark secrets. Horror, starring Mischa Barton and Rebecca De Mornay

    • 11:30pm

      A disturbed teenage girl is a social outcast at her school and harbours twisted fantasies about performing surgery on her classmates. She becomes desperate to win her mother's approval and goes to insane lengths to prove her worth, while also striving to cure her sister's cystic fibrosis. Comedy horror, starring AnnaLynne McCord, Traci Lords and Malcolm McDowell

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