Dragon Warriors (2014) - Lord Tensley
Dragonball Evolution
(2009) - Piccolo

High Plains Invaders (2009) - Sam Danville
Moon Shot (2009) - Buzz Aldrin
The Capture of the Green River Killer (2008) - Ted Bundy

P.S., I Love You (2007)

Starring Hilary Swank, Kathy Bates, Gerard Butler, Lisa Kudrow and Gina Gershon; James co-star as John McCarthy, best friend and partner of Gerry Kennedy (Gerard Butler).

Based on the novel by [Cecilia Ahern] — a widow has her life changed when letters left by her husband send her on a series of adventures. Directed by Richard LaGravenese, filmed in October, November and December 2006.


Shadow Puppets (2007)

Eight people awake in an abandoned asylum without any previous memories of their whereabouts. They soon discover they were subjects of an experiment gone haywire. The experiment was intended to erase bad memories, but accidentally released a monstrous, blood-thirsty entity within the asylum. As they piece together their memories, a vicious Shadow Creature stalks them, threatening their lives from the darkness. [Shore Line Entertainment]

Starring James Marsters (Jack), Jolene Blalock and Tony Todd; filmed in October 2005.


Cool Money (2005)

"The true story of Bobby Comfort, a con man who is soon lured into a hotel by Sammy Nalo, a flamboyant thief with questionable mob connections. With a third man, Doc Dipaolo, they succeed in robbing a NY hotel but almost kill each other in the process. They have very different philosophies and the harmless, debonair Bobby refuses to ever work again with the violent, two-bit thug Sammy. 

When Sammy shows up with their take on the hotel job, Bobby and Doc are lured by the potential windfall to re-team for another heist. From now on they're doing it Bobby's way; no violence, no costumes, all very polite. In fact, when these three guys show up as late arrivals in tuxedoes — and then proceed to hold up the jewellry vault — all the victims can remember is how polite and suave they are. The next one goes off so well, they begin a spree of NYC hotel robberies.

The Big One is the Pierre Hotel, which boasts the most wealthy and renowned guests coming for a New Years Eve bash. Bobby knows the cops are onto them, but that just adds to the challenge. Together, with Doc and Sammy, and two other recruits, they manage to pull off the biggest hotel heist in American history." (Darius Films)

Cool Money is based upon the short story Unlucky Pierre, from the book [Rotten Apples] by Marvin J. Wolf and Katherine Mader; James plays Bobby Comfort. Produced for USA Network, Cool Money was filmed on November 2004 in Canada, and aired on March 19, 2005.

[Darius Films]

Chance (2001)

Chance is a girl in her twenties trying to find out who she is, and trying to find The One — the man of her dreams. Written, produced, directed and starred by Amber Benson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Tara). James Marsters plays Simon, one of the guys Chance dates.

Amber was beautiful, God! Absolutely marvelous. The script that she showed me was one that started out like it was going to be hip and cynical and safe. It turned out to be something much more courageous and much more warm and vulnerable and sweet at the end — and truthful. It's a love story. She did what I'm talking about doing. She made a movie. She taught me a lesson, which is "Stop talking about Macbeth, James." Do a movie that takes place in the real world of today so that you can actually film it, because it's so much cheaper to do that, shooting video. She bought her own video camera. She put together a really professional crew. The crew she had on that show, that movie, was as good as any crew I've worked with. As a director she was wonderful. Her notes were concise, but very much at the center of things. She made me look good. Seriously, we're talking about her like the new John Cassavetes. She's spurring some of the writers to do some of their side projects. Seeing her do her thing, now Mere Smith has got a movie up. Doug Petrie is writing a movie he's been thinking about doing. We've got our own little dream factory that's like feeding on one another. That's really cool. (GenCon 2001)

[Ambertalks about Chance]

The Enforcers (2001)

An action comedy written and directed by Angel writer Mere Smith. It features among its main cast, Angel actors Jarrod Crawford and Andy Hallett, and also Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Amber Benson (Tara). James Marsters is Sullivan McManus

Sully lives in a studio apartment, which has nothing but a mattress in it, and he’s in debt up to his eyeballs. Charlie, a Mob boss, buys his debt out which means that, effectively, he turns out to be his "owner". Amber plays Sully’s girlfriend.

House on Haunted Hill (1999)

The Vannacutt Psychiatric Institute was a place of unspeakable horror and torture, but all witnesses to the deranged Dr. Vannacutt's depravity are dead and gone... except the building itself. Decades later, the dank, abandoned structure is the site of another sort of gathering. Rich businessman Steven Price (Geoffrey Rush) hopes to please his devilish wife, Evelyn (Famke Janssen), by throwing her a spooky birthday party there. Five guests arrive for the party, but they are not the people Price originally invited. Confusion gives way to intrigue as Price announces a monetary prize to anyone who can survive one night in the building. Soon, the guests are all trapped inside the house — would it be just a practical joke played by Price, owner of an amusement park, or it would be something supernatural? 

James Marsters plays the channel 3 cameraman, who visits, with a TV report, Price's park; he appears in the first 10 minutes.


Winding Roads (1998)

The film present three relationships intertwined at different spots in their chronology. Rene and Billy Johnson (James Marsters) are on the road to marriage. Kelly and Mick's path is divorce and Sam and Brian are headed towards truth. Each woman realizes a particular truth and acts on this, changing their respective lives, forever. 

James's girlfriend at the time, Liz Stauber, appears in the movie as a waitress.

[Winding Roads Official Website]