MGM Listings


MGM TV Guide

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Saturday, February 6 2016
  • Time Show
    • 17 mins ago
      The Hills Run Red

      Two Civil War veterans carry out a robbery, but while one is caught and spends five years in jail, the other gets away with all their ill-gotten gains. When the convict is released, he learns his wife has died in poverty, and sets out to get revenge on his former partner in crime. Spaghetti Western, starring Thomas Hunter, Henry Silva and Dan Duryea

    • 5:30am
      A Kiss Before Dying

      A psychopathic college student is horrified to learn his girlfriend is pregnant, threatening his chances of being accepted into her well-to-do family. In a fit of fury, he murders her and makes it look as if she had committed suicide - only for her sister to show up, taking an uncomfortable degree of interest in the manner of her sibling's death. Thriller, with Robert Wagner, Joanne Woodward, Jeffrey Hunter and Mary Astor

    • 7:00am
      Submarine X-1

      Disgraced American Navy captain James Caan is given a second chance at sinking a Nazi battleship, this time using a revolutionary miniature submarine. Tense wartime adventure with stunning scenery and underwater sequences, also starring Rupert Davies, David Summer and William Dysart

    • 8:30am
      Driving Me Crazy

      German inventor Gunther moves to Los Angeles to sell his pollution free, high speed automobiles. However, when a crime kingpin steals his super car, the creator gets involved in a series of high speed chases and misadventures. Comedy, starring Thomas Gottschalk and Billy Dee Williams

    • 10:00am
      The Bridge in the Jungle

      A tequila-swigging crocodile hunter heads into the jungles of Mexico and attempts to survive. Sequel to The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, with John Huston, Katy Jurado and Elizabeth Guadalupe Chauvet

    • 11:25am
      The Indian Fighter

      A scout hired to take a wagon train through Sioux territory hopes to maintain good relations with local Indians. However, the actions of a few foolhardy individuals look set to shatter the tentative peace, and a planned robbery threatens to spark all-out war. Stunning Western courtesy of director André De Toth, with Kirk Douglas giving a solid performance in the lead, alongside Walter Matthau, Elsa Martinelli and Lon Chaney Jnr

    • 12:55pm
      The Norseman

      An 11th century Viking prince sails to North America in search of his father, a Norse king who was abducted by native American Indians. Historical adventure, starring Lee Majors, Cornel Wilde and Mel Ferrer

    • 2:25pm

      A boy is told by his dying father that he is the last of an alien race who must find a suitable mate to continue the species. When he grows up, he falls in love with a human woman, but cannot convince her of his outlandish story - until intergalactic bounty hunters come looking for him. Sci-fi comedy, starring Rafe Spall, Jenn Murray and David Morrissey

    • 4:00pm
      Blown Away

      Ruthless IRA bomber Tommy Lee Jones begins a spate of killings in Boston as a way of settling an old score with his ex-partner, explosives expert Jeff Bridges - who's equally determined to bring him down. The plot of this mindless thriller doesn't stand close scrutiny, but it's a decent enough way to pass the time. Lloyd Bridges, Forest Whitaker and Suzy Amis co-star

    • 6:00pm
      The Woods

      A teenager is packed off to an isolated girls' boarding school by her neglectful parents. The troubled girl discovers a number of students have disappeared without trace, and as she investigates it becomes apparent something sinister is lurking in nearby woodlandss and preying on the pupils. Horror, starring Patricia Clarkson, Agnes Bruckner and Bruce Campbell

    • 7:30pm
      Traces of Red

      Policeman Jim Belushi comes under suspicion of murdering several women and tries to clear himself by catching the real killer. Convoluted thriller which at first seems to aspire to be a modern-day film noir, but never comes close to the genre classics, and rapidly descends into smut and cheap twists. Lorraine Bracco, Tony Goldwyn and William Russ co-star

    • 9:15pm
      Code of Silence

      Chuck Norris stars as a maverick Chicago cop who plays by his own rules while struggling to end a gang war. However, his unflinching honesty soon causes him problems as his colleagues begin to turn against him, convinced he's giving the force a bad name by coming clean about their indiscretions. Undemanding action thriller that requires no effort at all from viewers, co-starring Henry Silva, Bert Remsen, Molly Hagan and Dennis Farina

    • 10:55pm
      Pray for Death

      A Japanese restaurateur starts a new life in America with his wife and children, but they do not realise their establishment is being used to store stolen goods by a crime syndicate. When some of the contraband disappears, the gangsters threaten the family - forcing the gentle immigrant to reveal his dark past as a deadly ninja. Action adventure, starring Shô Kosugi and James Booth

TV Listings for cable and satellite

Don't see your TV provider? We cover all US and UK cable and satellite providers.

to view your local TV Listings.
This site uses cookies to enhance your experience. By continuing to browse you are agreeing to the use of cookies. If you need further information then please click "See more information" button on the right.