1) Requiem For A Dream (2000) – Ellen Burstyn is phenomenal (she was nominated for an Oscar in this role as Sara Goldfarb) in this film that centers on addiction and spiraling delusion of four linked characters played by Burstyn, Jared Leto, Jennifer Connelly and Marlon Wayans. I’ve said it before: though it’s labeled a drama it’s actually one of the better horror films released in the last decade, and I remember Aronofsky himself saying it was a roller coaster ride that crashes into a brick wall — like that was most moviegoers' idea of fun! Burstyn’s palsied declaration, “I’m going to be on television,” with the refrigerator coming after her is indelible stuff. Each character ends up in the fetal position.
1972 cinematographer for the Paul Bartel cult classic for perverts, Private Parts
1976 cinematographer for Mansion Of The Doomed aka Eyes of Dr. Chaney / Eyes of the Living Dead / House of Blood / Massacre Mansion / etc.
1979 cinematographer for the coming of age masterpiece Over The Edge
1983 directed The Final Terror, a backwoods slasher notable for early film appearances of Rachel Ward, Daryl Hannah, Adrien Zmed & Joe Pantoliano
1984 cinematographer for the legendary Hollywood teenage prostitute Angel
1985 directed Code of Silence, one of Chuck Norris' 3 films from 1985 (with Invasion USA & Missing In Action 2)
1988 directed Above the Law, Steven Seagal's film debut !! thanks andrew !
1992 directed Under Siege, the definitive Steven Seagal pic. aka Die Hard on a boat.
1993 directed The Fugitive & made a lot of money.
As for Chain Reaction, it's a typical mid 90s actioner with the standard twists & turns. Basically a Fugitive redux, the plot hinges on the fact that Rachel Weisz & Keanu Reeves are brilliant physicists. She, maybe. Him, probably not. And before any of you smart alecs write in, I know Keanu's character is technically a grad student machinist.... but screw that, he figures out the key to generating a safe, easy & unlimited amount of energy from hydrogen.... therefore he's a scientist.