turn·a·round / ˈtərnəˌround/ • n. 1. an abrupt or unexpected change, esp. one that results in a more favorable situation: it was a remarkable turnaround in his fortunes. 2. the process of completing or the time needed to complete a task, esp. one involving receiving something, processing it, and sending it out again: a seven-day turnaround. ∎ the process of or time taken for unloading and reloading a ship, aircraft, or vehicle. 3. a space for vehicles to turn around in, esp. one at the end of a driveway or dead end street.
Turnaround 1987 (R)
Unusual action/ suspense film set in a small town. Relentless gang rampages the citizens. Finally, a man decides he's had enough, and turns on the heathens with his knowledge of magic. 97m/C VHS . Doug McKeon, Tim Maier, Eddie Albert, Gayle Hunnicutt; D: Ola Solum.