Elephant in the Room (2014)

Whether in a boxing ring or hospital, Devonne Canady has always been a fighter, either as the underdog or for the underdog. In this Justin Ervin directed documentary, we follow the former. Watch Devonne, an Olympic boxing gold medalist/pediatric nurse/boxing coach as she mentors two inner city teenagers, Emily and Zaneta, through her non-profit gym Elephant in the Room Boxing Club.

Road To Zanzibar (1941)

Road to Zanzibar is a 1941 Paramount Pictures comedy film starring Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour, and marked the second of seven picture in the popular "Road to …" series made by the trio. Paramount executives owned the rights to a story by Sy Bartlett titled "Find Colonel Fawcett" about two men trekking through the jungles of Madagascar. They felt that its plot was so similar to the recently released Stanley and Livingstone (1939) that it could not be made as written without seeming too derivative, so they turned the project over to Frank Butler and Don Hartman, the writers on the wildly successful Road to Singapore which Paramount had released the year before. Thus reborn as a comedy and spoof of the safari genre, the film resembled its predecessor in every important way, with plot taking a back seat to gags (many of them ad libbed), and music. The film was so successful that further "Road to..." pictures were assured.

Marilyn Manson: Fear of a Satanic Planet (2005)

Marilyn Manson, the modern day Alice Cooper and self-proclaimed anti-Christ superstar has managed to do what many couldn't, define the sound of a generation! With his crusade for free speech; penchant for extreme makeup, clothes and spectacularly obscene shoes, this icon of shock rock has broken all the rules whilst maintaining a devout following. For the first time this DVD documentary charts his early career with the Spooky Kids, his progression through various line-up changes. It explains how one man managed to become the soundtrack for jilted youth worldwide, going for strength to strength with every new album. Marilyn Manson: Fear of a Satanic Planet tells the full story of a legend, revealing how a boy named Brian from small town Ohio broke the mold for Alternative Metal and managed to gain worldwide critical acclaim in the process.

The Book of Caleb (2009)

The Book of Caleb is a 2008 American comedy-drama written and directed by Matthew von Manahan. The film gained some recognition due to James Rolfe slyly promoting the film in a top 10 video he produced the same year the film was released. This is due to his friendship with von Manahan, the filmmaker.

Dead Is Dead 25 (2014)

Twenty-five years ago an experimental drug called doxital saved Eric Shepherds life. Doxital could grow back severed limbs and bring life back to the newly dead. The doxital drug was legalized and made available for public use. The doxital drug that was sold to the public was spoiled and turned those who took it into the walking dead. The dead are harmless and live among the living. Now, the time has come for the dead and the living to part ways.

The House on the Wrong Side of the Tracks (2013)

The House on the Wrong Side of the Tracks is a Found Footage Film. Three low life punks commit a home invasion with plans to capture all the action on camera, but when the couples son comes home they soon discover they entered the wrong house.

Fist of Golden Monkey (1983)

If you like Mystery Science Theater,and loads of Kung Fu action,then this is the film for you!

Tha Alkaholiks: Live from Rehab (2008)

Tha Alkaholiks - Live From Rehab is a live performance from the group Alkaholiks. The video also features performances from Xzibit, King T, Styliztik Jones, and more. The genre of music is rap and hip hop. It was filmed in Los Angeles and released in 2008.

Sweet Evil (2010)

Céline; a teenager with a mysterious past; charms her way into the home of a wealthy couple. But as passions heat up; it's revealed that Céline might not be as innocent as she seems.

Queen: Live at the Rainbow 1974 (2014)

Live at the Rainbow '74 is a live album by the British rock band Queen released in September 2014.

Lady Gaga's Secret World (2012)

She is known for pushing the boundaries in her shows with outrageous themes and outfits. With rare footage of Gaga herself and interviews from industry professionals, this is her incredible story.

Beastie Boys 'Horseplay' (2004)

Hailing from NYC, the Beastie Boys have somehow managed to stay at the top for almost 20 years. Starting off as a Punk outfit, they soon changed direction and exploded in the mid 80's as foul-mouthed novelty rappers. They have supported Madonna, made spoof music videos, learned to play instruments, gone back to their roots and more recently have been involved in political and social issues. This is the band that has done it all! Nobody expected the Beastie Boys to last, but they have matured into one of the most intriguing and influential acts on the planet. 'Beastie Boys: Horseplay' tells their incredible story via interviews, rare footage and much, much more. From the start these boys were labeled as 'no-hopers,' those least likely to survive the struggle to the top, but they proved their critics wrong. In a tale of break-dancing, beer can,s and Buddhism, you can only expect one thing, the unexpected.

King Of The Underworld (1939)

King of the Underworld is a 1939 crime drama film starring Humphrey Bogart as a gangster and Kay Francis as a doctor forced to treat him. It was directed by Lewis Seiler. It is a remake of the 1935 film Dr. Socrates, which was based on a short story by W. R. Burnett.

Carrie Underwood: Country Idol (2014)

We are taken on a journey of Carrie Underwood’s fast track trip to superstardom. The multi award winning star came to fame from American Idol in 2005. This is her incredible story.

Huff (2013)

In this dark adaptation of The Three Little Pigs, Huff is an abusive stepfather to three teenage girls on the verge of a lucrative drug deal that will finally allow him to escape and retire to Mexico in style with his mistress. Huff's plan begins to unravel when his battered wife sends her three daughters away with Huff's drug money to seek better lives for themselves. This triggers a chain reaction of violence, murder and rage-induced asthma attacks as Huff attempts to locate the three runaways and recover his money.

Dar Williams: Live at Bearsville Theater (2007)

Dar Williams has cultivated a fan base through her compelling music and outstanding live show! For the first time ever, fans can now own the live Dar Experience! Filmed in Woodstock, NY at the legendary Bearsville Theater, this video features all of Dar's fan favorites at her best. Comprised of a solo set as well as full backing band performance, Dar illuminates the stories behind the music with her trademark humor and warmth. Tracks include: The Babysitter's Here, The Ocean, February, The One Who Knows, The Christians And The Pagans, Iowa, When I was A Boy, As Cool As I Am, Spring Street, If I Wrote You, Are You Out There, Mercy of The Fallen, The Easy Way, The Beauty Of The Rain, After All, Ripple.

Zombies: When the Dead Walk (2008)

Zombies are more popular than ever, and like all legends, it has an element of truth. Even though it has been outlawed, Zombies are an integral part of Haiti's cultural and religious roots. However, zombification is used, in rural parts of the country, as a means of punishment for crimes against the community. We travel to Africa, Haiti and beyond to look into the origin of the zombie phenomenon and examine advances in psychopharmacology that have grown out of the zombification process.

Audit (2001)

A young Hollywood couple (JUDY GREER and MICHAEL KELLEY) undergoes a jaw-dropping IRS audit in which a lecherous secretary (the wonderfully off-kilter SALLY KIRKLAND) and vengeful auditor (the fabulous ALEXIS ARQUETTE) demand they pay much more than just tax... AUDIT Special Editions Dvd BONUS FEATURES: Director Commentary / Interviews Over 50 minutes of NEVER BEFORE SEEN AUDITIONS, REHEARSALS, & OUTTAKES of Judy Greer, Sally Kirkland, Michael Kelley & Alexis Arquette (in his last role as a man).

Billy The Kid (1989)

Gore Vidal's Billy the Kid, also known as Billy the Kid, is a 1989 American western television film about famed gunman Billy the Kid. It aired on TNT cable channel on May 10, 1989.

B-17: A Mini-Epic (2007)

A Film by Arturo Cubacub and Sarah Weis ***Recently awarded Best Experimental Project and Best Actress at the 2010 Action on Film International Film Festival*** The Wacky Adventures of a 17-Year-Old Sex Slave! Synopsis: Sarah and Yumi are top-secret sex slaves for a high-ranking government official. They spend their days in a bizarre play-pen/torture chamber/slave-labor station, where they produce pro-war polo shirts by hand and live in constant fear. Yumi, having lived in the cell the longest, is almost completely brainwashed and paralyzed, but Sarah still possesses enough spunk to try to escape. Her impulsive scheme is thwarted by a few terrifying obstacles... will Sarah's inner courage be enough to save the day? Background: This action-packed, politically charged "Mini-Epic" was the first collaborative effort of Chicago-based renegade creative team Arturo Cubacub and Sarah Weis. It was shot in Sarah's bedroom, but has since taken on a life of its own with a worldwide cult internet following. The story is based on an early original performance piece by Sarah. The first-person, method camera technique used by Arturo alludes to his current hyper-reality camera invention. B-17 is perhaps the first recorded glimpse of the hyper-cinema method, being developed by Arturo with Sarah at their studio, i^3 hypermedia.

Iran Is Not the Problem (2008)

A response to the failure of the American mass media to provide the public with relevant and accurate information about the standoff between the US and Iran, as happened before with the lead up to the invasion of Iraq. This full length documentary explores events leading up to the escalating situation in Iran while exposing the real motivations behind the current US agenda.

Room For One More (1952)

Room for One More is a 1952 comedy-drama film starring Cary Grant and directed by Norman Taurog. In 1962 the film became the basis for a short-lived television series with a different cast, Room for One More.

Tony Robinson's Cunning Night Out (2007)

In the great British comedy series Blackadder, Tony Robinson was the dim-witted Baldrick, who always had a "cunning plan" to escape any dire situation. Performing before a live audience, Robinson careens through the story of his life and the course of history, sharing hilarious tales, family stories, and anecdotes that champion the little guy. "Tony Robinson is a god of history"--Eddie Izzard.

Rust (2011)

Rust is a 2011 drama thriller about a group of small children caught in the middle of a world of crime and murder. After one of their childhood friends is found raped and murdered, the children are distraught. When they discover that the head suspect is an adult they know well, they refuse to believe he could have done the horrible deed. However, when another friend disappears, the children know they must take matters into their own hands to end the deranged warpath of the man they thought they could trust.

Tomb of Torture (1963)

Tomb of Torture is a 1963 Italian gothic horror film. It was the only film directed by Antonio Boccacci.

Trespassers (2006)

Lost in Mexico, surfing buddies stumble upon the scene of an apparent massacre.

Joseph Campbell: Sukhavati (2005)

Through archival excerpts from his finest filmed lectures interwoven with exquisite images and evocative music from around the world, renowned mythologist Joseph Campbell takes us on a journey of transcendence and illumination, a trip through the mythological symbols and sagas left by our ancient forebears. What is revealed en route is "mankind's one great story," the grand drama played out by all cultures on all continents since time immemorial. This saga "projected" on the screen of the universe is the mythic adventure that became Campbell's "Sukhavati," what he passionately embraced as his life's work, his place of bliss. Created by Maxine Harris and Sheldon Rochlin, with the enthusiastic support of the Joseph Campbell Foundation, this hypnotic and mesmerizing film is a deeply personal, almost spiritual, portrait of Campbell, told in his own words, in his twilight years, at the summit of his career and the apex of his intellectual powers. Through it, this great American thinker is still "joyfully participating in the sorrows of the world."

A Union in Wait (2001)

A Union in Wait is a 2001 documentary film about same-sex marriage, directed by Ryan Butler. It was the first documentary about same-sex marriage to air on national television in the United States.

Bullets Or Ballots (1936)

Bullets or Ballots is a 1936 gangster film starring Edward G. Robinson, Joan Blondell, Barton MacLane and Humphrey Bogart. Robinson plays a police detective who infiltrates a crime gang. This is the first of several films featuring both Robinson and Bogart. Robinson's character, "Johnny Blake," was based on Johnny Broderick, a noted New York City detective.

White Dog (1982)

White Dog is a 1982 American drama film directed by Samuel Fuller using a screenplay written by Fuller and Curtis Hanson loosely based on Romain Gary's 1970 novel of the same title. The film depicts the struggle of a dog trainer named Keys (Paul Winfield), who is black, trying to retrain a stray dog found by a young actress (Kristy McNichol), that is a "white dog"—a dog trained to viciously attack any black person. Fuller uses the film as a platform to deliver an anti-racist message as it examines the question of whether racism is a treatable problem or an incurable condition. The film's theatrical release was suppressed in the United States by Paramount Pictures out of concern of negative press after rumors began circulating that the film was racist. It was released internationally in France and the United Kingdom in 1982, and broadcast on various American cable television channels. Its first official American release came in December 2008 when The Criterion Collection released the original uncut film to DVD. Critics praised the film's hard line look at racism and Fuller's use of melodrama and metaphors to present his argument, and its somewhat disheartening ending that leaves the impression that while racism is learned, it cannot be cured. Reviewers consistently questioned the film's lack of wide release in the United States when it was completed and applauded its belated release by Criterion.

Retaliate (2012)

In RETALIATE a man tracks down his former crime partner to seek retaliation.<br>After being betrayed and left for dead, David (David Horton) searches high and low for months; trying to find the man who betrayed him, John (John Addison MacKinnon). After finding where he lives, he knocks on his door and greets him with a gun pointed to his head. After minutes of begging, even bigger secrets come to life which changes both men's lives forever.

Judoka (1965)

The unusual short story of a Canadian Judoka Doug Rogers, who developed, in Japan, a talent for Judo that led him into competition for the world championships at the Tokyo Olympics and subsequent competition at the Pan American Games. The short film shows the intensive training he took at a Tokyo college as well as glimpses of his life in Japan while studying with legendary Judoka Kimura Sensei.

Shotgun (1989)

A former Los Angeles police detective (Stuart Chapin) and his ex-partner (Riff Hutton) hunt a sex maniac and bust a drug ring.

Autumn's Fall (2013)

Through a random series of events, a collection of bad decisions, and Eve Autumn's addictive personality she falls from her perch of opulence and riches to depravity and despair.

The Drive III (2014)

A Scott Shaw Zen Film Mind Ride.

We Are Journalists (2015)

How far would you go for freedom of expression? Would you risk losing your job? Your family? Your life? For journalists working in Iran today, this question is a daily trial. Suffocated by censorship and under constant threat of reprisal, there is always the chance that the next sentence they write could be the start of a confession in a regime prison. Filmed in secret over the last decade, this is a window onto the corruption and brutality of the Ahmadinejad years, and their enduring legacy of silence.

Donovan Slacks (2007)

1928 and Donovan Slacks, a man with a fragile head, is sent to an English Sea Bathing Hospital. But when he falls in love with a local fishergirl, he discovers the bitter truth about his past and life goes into freefall. In the eye of the storm he takes a decision - determined to break free, he leads the local fishermen in an uprising against the government. But as things spiral out of control, can Donovan Slacks really become the leader everyone desperately needs?

Rich in Spirit (2007)

A princess, a pastor and a pauper put faith and prayer to the test.

Put the Needle on the Record (2004)

Put the Needle on the Record is an award-winning documentary that explores the evolution of electronic music and the rise of the DJ in pop culture. Filmed in Miami during the hot and sexy Winter Music Conference, a yearly week-long event attended by over 20,000 electronic music professionals and fans, the ?lm takes an inside look at a growing global phenomenon. Interviews with top artists, footage from events around the globe and a brilliant soundtrack are combined to create a highly energetic piece of ?lmmaking. Director Jason Rem brings an unexplored genre of music to the masses for a glimpse at a movement that is driven by passion, creativity and business.

Fantasy: Mariah Carey at Madison Square Garden (1995)

Recorded before a capacity crowd at New York City’s most famous venue, Fantasy: Mariah Carey at Madison Square Garden features the songs that made her a superstar, including “Fantasy,” “Hero” and “One Sweet Day” with special guests Boyz II Men.

Alexander Hamilton: Favorite Son (2003)

Favorite Son is not a traditional documentary. Reporter Nyla Caputo (Julia Lowe Walker) questions some of the myths and ideologies handed down to us about Alexander Hamilton, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson as she ranges far and wide to prepare a piece on the infamous duel between Hamilton and Aaron Burr. With Jesse Pennington as Hamilton, and Michael Emerson as the voice of George Washington. Additional scenes: "Paterson," "Major Andre."

Ghost Patrol (1936)

A professor invents a radium tube that makes internal combustion engines stop running. He and his invention are captured by a gang of robbers. A federal agent is sent to rescue him.

Getting Started (1979)

Getting Started is a 1979 animated short by Richard Condie and produced in Winnipeg by the National Film Board of Canada.

Agent Abbey (2004)

Abbey, a typical American teenager from Nashville, Tennessee, enjoys being a Christian, going to church, and having fun with her friends. She has never heard about Christians suffering for their faith in Christ. But when she travels to China for the first time with her dad, a photojournalist, Abbey quickly becomes caught up in a plot that involves her new Christian friends, a mysterious secret agent, "illegal" Bibles, and the police! Desperate to undo the mess she inadvertently causes, Abbey finds herself on a daring mission and in the process mourns her own simplistic understanding. She vows to carry the message of the persecuted church to Christians back in America.Set in modern-day Beijing and filmed on location in China and Taiwan with scenes that include the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and The Great Wall, this drama reveals not only the harsh realities of being a Christian in a restricted nation such as China, but also the all-too-common ignorance of Christians in the free world.This powerful video is a great tool for your family, friends, Sunday school class, or anyone who needs to hear the truth about Christian persecution.

Hatalyan (2010)

Set in India around the year 1972 this film tells the story of poor man who is an executioner for the government of India and his family which consists of his wife and son. The executioner wants his son to have a better life than he does and to become a police officer so he sends him to school in the city. Sadly when his son is arrested his future does not look as bright.

To Love and to Cherish (2012)

Jay and Aliyah have been married for five years and each has a child from a previous marriage. When Aliyah's husband shows up and demands custody of their son she tries to secretly work it out instead of talking to Jay about the situation. To make matters more complicated, Jay allows his sassy teenage daughter to move in without consulting Aliyah and the two women immediately bump heads. With constant misunderstandings and both disregarding the other's feelings, these two are going to need to learn the laws of communication and respect if they want to make their marriage work.

Life in Parallel (2012)

A student filmmaker learns that life off-screen is not so different from the movies.

Secret Mysteries of America's Beginnings Volume 2: Riddles in Stone - The Secret Architecture of Washington D.C. (2007)

Why are there no Christian monuments in Washington, D.C., Government Center? Why are the only monuments, paintings, sculputers, and street layout symbols we see are pagan gods and goddesses of the religions whom the God of the Bible hated and opposed? Why is there a Pentagram with one tiny segment missing woven into the street layouts of Washington just north of the White House? How does this tiny segment missing prove the occultic bent of our Founding Fathers and of the plan they envisioned for America?

Prophecy Of Eve (2014)

Eve's life is forever altered when her parents vanish without a trace after being attacked by supernatural agents. Growing up on the streets, Eve learns the art of self reliance. When s runs into the members of the mysterious 'Order' the same organization to which her parents bore allegiance several unanswered questions from Eve's childhood reemerge. Why were her parents attacked? Who was their assailant? What is the source of her own supernatural powers?

So This Is Love (1953)

So This Is Love is a 1953 film directed by Gordon Douglas, based on the life of singer Grace Moore. The film stars Kathryn Grayson as Moore, and Merv Griffin.

The Cursed Island (2014)

Indian guy Sajan goes to an isolated island in Japan to find the very rare spice which is believed to grow human hair, but he finds out that the island is cursed. This is a first feature film by Japanese director Taro Imai.

Phantom Love (2007)

PHANTOM LOVE is a surreal, highly visual drama about an enmeshed family, in which violence and trauma are steadily percolating, just beneath the surface. The lead character is LULU (Marina Shoif): a very beautiful, but angry and isolated woman, who lives alone, and works in a casino in Korea-town, Los Angeles. Lulu's lover is much younger than herself-the relationship is charged but emotionally disconnected. Lulu's younger sister, NITZAN (Juliette Marquis), is in the midst of a psychotic breakdown, caused in part by prescription medication. Lulu feels emotionally invaded by her mother, who wants to come to town and stay in Lulu's apartment in order to try and help the younger sister-but this feels like a further intense invasion, and Lulu refuses. PHANTOM LOVE weaves these various elements together into a strange but archetypal story, revealing the interior processes by which Lulu manages to see, and therefore begin to release herself, from the violence which surrounds her. Like all Nina Menkes's work, PHANTOM LOVE positions an alienated woman against a harsh, inhospitable landscape-this time, within a family. Stylistically, the film combines fairy-tale elements and a dreamy, mystical quality with a gritty, hyper-real, and sometimes almost documentary style, shooting everything on location and often using non-actors ("real" people) in the non-major roles. Structured like Chinese boxes, with each scene opening onto another, still deeper inside, PHANTOM LOVE is a powerful document about one woman's descent into self.

Teague: Design & Beauty (2014)

The life and work of American designer, Walter Dorwin Teague.

One Direction: Going Our Way (2013)

Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, and Louis Tomlinson are the members of One Direction and they have grown into one of the hottest music groups on the planet. Follow their journey from X Factor to world domination.

Easy To Wed (1946)

Easy to Wed is a 1946 Technicolor American musical comedy film directed by Edward Buzzell and starring Van Johnson, Esther Williams, Lucille Ball, and Keenan Wynn. The screenplay by Dorothy Kingsley is an adaptation of the screenplay of the 1936 film Libeled Lady by Maurine Dallas Watkins, Howard Emmett Rogers, and George Oppenheimer.

Seven Dumpsters and a Corpse (2007)

Seven Dumpsters and a Corpse is a documentary film (2007) by Swiss journalist Thomas Haemmerli.

Bierce the Revelator (2015)

Nothing is off limits. Nothing is sacred. Timothy Patrick Miller takes us on a wild ride as legendary master storyteller, Ambrose Bierce. Five epic adventures courtesy of the timeless wit, irreverent social satire, and take no prisoners political incorrectness of Ambrose Bierce. The show one critic dubbed "brain food for the starving"! Eat up. Dinner is served.

Thomas Kinkade's Christmas Cottage (2008)

Thomas Kinkade's Home for Christmas, also known as Thomas Kinkade's Christmas Cottage, is a 2008 Christmas biopic directed by Michael Campus. It stars Jared Padalecki as painter Thomas Kinkade and features Peter O'Toole, Marcia Gay Harden, and Aaron Ashmore. The film was originally intended for a theatrical release in December 2007 release, but due to final edits and music rights, was delayed until November 2008.

A Love Affair Of Sorts (2011)

A painter (David Guy Levy) begins an affair with a Hungarian nanny (Lili Bordn) and documents the relationship on his flip camera.

The Haunting of Lisa (1996)

A girl's (Aemilia Robinson) psychic visions of child murders eventually prompt her mother (Cheryl Ladd) to seek help from a priest, a hypnotherapist and police.

Vice (2003)

Two things Al-Qaeda can't resist -- virgins in heaven and strippers on earth. Prior to 9/11, in a topless bar, terrorists bragged about their plans. If strippers trusted cops, one dancer might have prevented the attacks that the CIA couldn't stop. TEXAS TALIBAN examines the relationship between cops and strippers. Do Americans benefit when thousands of veteran undercover cops spend their time investigating indecency? Did you know,for every undercover cop investigating terrorists, more than 100 investigate sex workers. Who scares you more? A dirty bomber or a dirty dancer? A jury reaches verdicts on indecency, lewdness, lap dancing and policing priorities.

Cantankerous Titles & Obscure Ephemera, Vol. 1 (2008)

A new DVD collection of short documentaries by Joe Biel about bikes, trains, dogs, patches, and the board game RISK. Films include: 'Martinis in the Bike Lane', 'Of Dice & Men', 'Central Kansas, Canvas Central', 'Last Train Out of North America', 'Cowboy Hat & A Cane'.

Queen Of Burlesque (1946)

Queen of Burlesque is a 1946 murder mystery film starring Evelyn Ankers and directed by Sam Newfield. Rose La Rose, who played Blossom Terrain, was a stripper in real life and, according to Variety, a "runway peeler with considerable experience."

Pistoleros (2007)

Saddle up for a no-holds-barred, big city shoot-'em-up that pays homage to the operatic violence of filmmakers Sergio Leone and Robert Rodriguez. In this modern-day western, rumor has it that notorious gangster Frank Lowies hid millions in cash before getting tossed in the slammer. Going on little more than cryptic tattoos on a sexy stripper's body, every gunslinging scoundrel in the desert hot town of Copenhagen is on the hunt, their brows dripping with sweat and blood, and their pistols blazing in unflinchingly graphic showdowns...but where the hell is the money?

Ghost City (1932)

A Western town is suddenly abandoned when news of a nearby gold strike hits.

Toscanini In His Own Words (2009)

This film is a docufiction on the great Toscanini directed by well-known filmmaker Larry Weinstein, who pushes the boundaries of conventional documentary storytelling by borrowing tools from fiction films, including dramatic reconstructions and historical cinematic stylings.

Knock 'Em Dead, Kid (2009)

Bret, 19, yearns to leave his Connecticut hometown and head off to college. He figures summer will be fun with his buddies but as the days progress, the situations he finds himself in spiral out of control. He has run-ins with the police, problems with his girlfriend involving another girl, and a revenge attack he never should have involved himself in.

Bonzo (2013)

“The time has come to take action...” so begins the haunting manifesto of a mad man, who believes his life and privacy have been destroyed by the internet. The film is a haunting meditation on the loss of privacy, paranoia and desperation.

The Broken Hearts Club (2009)

Love-lost couples air out their grievances to an apathetic psychiatrist who prefers treating the criminally insane. Dr. Terrence N. Thiebold is a former All-American linebacker and now a leading criminal psychiatrist. He's a stolid and regimented gentleman but hugely successful in treating the criminally insane. With all his advanced degrees, Terrence is completely unprepared for the never-ending procession of misguided, melodramatic couples in the midst of tumultuous break-ups. Terrence's new patients -- the foul-mouthed, the sexually unsatisfied, the career-obsessed, the lonely and the hopeless -- drag him through an abyss of professional frustrations. The drama intensifies when Terrence is offered a job at a prestigious clinic contingent upon his successful results with his new patients. When Terrence's wife wants him to take the job his work problems follow him home, placing his marriage in jeopardy.

Breakfast With Curtis (2013)

An eccentric bookseller's (Theo Green) creative collaboration with a teen (Jonah Parker) next-door helps dissolve the bad blood that exists between their families.

Black Ice Verite (2014)

This truly is Armageddon..." said the local Athens, GA meteorologist on the seemingly sub-zero night last winter that the Drive-By Truckers were scheduled to play live at the 40 Watt. Luckily no snow, ice or hail could stop the band from firing up the room as they performed their critically acclaimed 12th LP, English Oceans, in full. Titled Black Ice Vérité, fans will be able to re-live this concert experience as a live film.

Hollywood Kills (2006)

A psychopathic filmmaker tortures unsuspecting fame-seekers who hope to break into movies.

Jewel - The Essential Live Songbook: Live at Rialto Theatre (2008)

Recorded at the historic Rialto Theatre in Joliet, Illinois.

Casbah (1948)

Casbah is a 1948 American film noir crime musical film directed by John Berry starring Yvonne DeCarlo, Tony Martin, Peter Lorre and Märta Torén. It is a musical remake of Algiers (1938), which was in turn an American remake of the French film Pépé le Moko (1937).

Michael Winslow Live (1999)

Michael Winslow Live - This is the only uncut, uncensored Theatrical Edition of Michael Winslow performing Live! This award winning film showcases popular actor/comedian Michael Winslow, star of 7 "Police Academy" films and most recently National Lampoon's "RoboDoc". Winslow's spellbinding and audience pleasing talent has never been cinematically preserved until now! Winslow's live performance is a unique event that rivals a rock concert utilizing laser light effects, his mastery of vocal gymnastics, a catalogue of over 10,000 sound effects, numerous impersonations, and eerie re-creations of legendary rock performers like Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin & Tina Turner. Winslow relies on his talent and not vulgarity, misogyny, racism or hatred for his humor. Shot at Universal Studios Florida, this Technicolor film captures Winslow in a flurry of activity. Fasten your seat belt, turn up the volume and relax - it's going to be a fun, fun, funny ride!

Lady in the Death House (1944)

Lady in the Death House is a 1944 American film directed by Steve Sekely, starring Jean Parker and Lionel Atwill.

Harry's War (1981)

Harry's War is a 1981 American comedy film from American Film Consortium and Taft International Pictures starring Edward Herrmann, Geraldine Page, Karen Grassle, David Ogden Stiers, Elisha Cook, Salome Jens and Noble Willingham. It was written and directed by Kieth Merrill.

Festival (1996)

This movie follows four couples who push the boundaries with their open sex lives. The viewer will see the couples and the different fetishes they are into and the sexual actions they feel are acceptable. This is happening in a neighborhood with traditional and conservative values.

A Genius Leaves the Hood: The Unauthorized Story of Jay Z (2014)

On the surface, 'A Genius Leaves The Hood-The Unauthorized Story of Jay Z' chronicles how hip-hop's most successful rapper of the past two decades reached the top; but at its core, the film attempts to divulge the savvy and cunning business acumen of a mogul who decided that being at the top of the charts wasn't enough. This 60-minute unauthorized biography explores the mind of a man who never played by the rules and admits it. This film uncovers the price Mr. Carter paid for his success through recent controversies including the racial debate of the Barneys deal, feud with Harry Belafonte and clashes with community activists over the construction of the Barclay Center. The film also explores rumors of association with the Illuminati, a highly publicized separation from the Roc-A-Fella crew, his estranged relationship with rapping mentor Jaz-O and break up with business partner Damon Dash.

Laura (2011)

Director Fellipe Barbosa follows Laura from a film premiere at MoMA to the New York subways at night, and soon becomes a character in his own film, completely enchanted with this fabulous and mysterious woman. A FilmBuff Presentation.

Brutal Beauty: Tales of the Rose City Rollers (2010)

Members of an Oregon-based roller derby team talk about what the sport means to them.

In Search of the Second Amendment (2006)

In Search of the Second Amendment is a documentary film on the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. It was produced and directed by American author and attorney David T. Hardy. He argues the individual rights model of the Second Amendment. Hardy also discusses the Fourteenth Amendment.

The Gay Ranchero (1948)

The Gay Ranchero is a 1948 American film starring Roy Rogers.

The Thought Exchange (2012)

The Thought Exchange is a 2012 New Thought Documentary Film based on a book by the same title, it was the directorial debut of Usher Morgan who also produced the film. The film stars David Friedman and Lucie Arnaz among others who appeared on the film and testified to the concepts taught by Friedman throughout the film, this was the first film ever released by Digital Magic Entertainment.

Meishi Street (2006)

Meishi Street, directed by Ou Ning, is a 2006 independent Chinese documentary that portrays a group of Beijing residents protesting the planned destruction of their street prior to the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The filmmakers gave video cameras to the subjects, and they capture exclusive footage of the eviction process.

Destinea, Our Island (2012)

Marooned together on a deserted island, a woman and her sister's husband fight for survival and against the rules of human nature.

Tony Bennett: Duets - The Making of an American Classic (2006)

Duets: The Making Of An American Classic goes into the studio for a look at the making of Tony Bennett's acclaimed 2006 album. Bono, Barbra Streisand, Stevie Wonder, the Dixie Chicks and others participated in this celebration of a legendary voice.

A Drowning Man (2001)

A man finds his wife dead in the bathtub. He picks up the phone to call an ambulance, but put sit down before dialing emergency. Instead he makes himself a cup of coffee. Then, he drains the bath and brings his wife's corpse to the living room couch, where he falls asleep beside her. The next morning, he is stunned to find himself in his bed. Even more surprising, his wife walks into the bedroom like nothing happened. Why is she alive? Last night, she died. Today, she is alive. The husband becomes obsessed with the improbability of his wife's resurrection.

The Little Savage (1959)

The Little Savage is a 1959 film directed by Byron Haskin. It stars Pedro Armendáriz and Christiane Martel. It is loosely based on an 1848 novel of the same name by Frederick Marryat.

The Incredible Discovery of Noah's Ark (1993)

Join host Darren McGavin to search for the truth about a stunning archeological find. Is a giant 5,000-year-old wooden ship complete with animal stalls and cages Noah's Ark as some claim? Over 200 cultures around the globe tell the same story: A flood; a large boat; animals; a few select survivors. Coincidence or historical fact? New scientific investigations provide amazing new discoveries.

Starting Over in America: The Story of the Hungarian 56ers (2003)

This documentary is about oppression, communism, revolution, immigration, assimilation, and freedom. These ideas are made concrete by personal stories told by Hungarian refugees who came to the U.S. All were disappointed at the outcome of their failed 1956 Revolution and the defeat of their dream for a free Hungary, but their funny, sad, and uplifting stories have the power to reawaken in us what is possible in America and how their hopes were made new again.

Homefront Heroines: The WAVES of World War II (2012)

Equal pay as men. Designer clothes. And (eventually) respect. It?s the story about the Greatest Generation that you haven?t heard. This documentary tells the story of the first group of non-medical women to be officially accepted into the Navy as WAVES, or Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service. More than 75,000 served. They were the hinges of history

Last Night in Brooklyn (2009)

Allison Roberts travels to and from work, dulled by medication to suppress hallucinations. So isolated, her hallucinations become her only companion in life, in the form of a four foot tall cow man named Moo. Aside from Moo, Allison takes care of her aging father but tonight is her birthday and she is going to go out for a change. After a terrible and embarrassing night, Allison is mugged by a desperate man with a gun named Diggs Iggins. Later on, while going through her purse, he realizes it's her birthday and feels terrible. He returns Allison's belongings but unfortunately, for both of them, involves her in his escape from mobsters, who are looking for a stolen bag containing... half a million dollars. Allison against her better judgment finds Diggs endearing and begins to form a bond with this stranger who has shaken up her life. Although running for his life, Diggs, shows an uncommon interest in Allison and doesn't let her out of his sight. Through a series of events, they begin to realize that their lives and the lives of everyone they knew have been deeply intertwined. Dark secrets and family lies begin to surface as they become increasingly more dependent on each other to survive. Diggs, unaware of Allison's ailments and Allison, completely unaware of what is going on, are being chased through what will be... their last night in Brooklyn.

The Split (1968)

The Split is a 1968 film directed by Gordon Flemyng and written by Robert Sabaroff based upon the Parker novel The Seventh by Richard Stark (a pseudonym of Donald E. Westlake). The film stars Jim Brown, along with Diahann Carroll, Julie Harris, Ernest Borgnine, Jack Klugman, Warren Oates, Donald Sutherland and Gene Hackman. The music is by Quincy Jones.

Vecinos (1981)

In Buenos Aires, a woman does everything possible in order to keep her young neighbor from leaving her apartment, after he has come by asking to use her phone.

Hans and the Silver Skates (1991)

For ten years, poor Hans and Gretel have been living in poverty with their mother and very ill father. Their luck finally reverses when they rescue a rich lady's dog which has fallen through the ice She rewards them each with a new pair of skates and finds a physician for their father. All live happily ever after....

Camp Kickitoo (2012)

Camp Kickitoo is a fast-paced hip-hop comedy. It centers on the stormy relationship between Alvin Fishman, a would-be banker from a well-to-do family, and MC Wanda B, a street-wise hip-hop singer. Despite his Ivy League MBA degree, Alvin can't find a job. He has moved back in with his parents and is taking out his job-search frustrations by beating out frequent solos on his drum set in the garage. At the urging of his long-suffering mother, he accepts a summer job at Camp Kickitoo, which turns out to be anything but your usual summer camp. In fact, it is a rehab facility for minor drug offenders and here we find a mixed bag of colorful characters. Initially assigned to the kitchen as a pot washer, Alvin soon gets his wish and becomes a counselor. Among his other duties, he is put in charge of reining-in Wanda, an angry camper unjustly busted for marijuana possession. United by music, the storm lifts and friendships begin.

A Drop of Water (2013)

Three Christian organizations attempt a bottom-up approach to train a new generation to rescue a broken society in Cambodia.

Splash Area (2012)

Halloween Night. A gang of killer clowns are on the rampage and after seeing their friend killed, 3 friends decide to stop the red nosed crazies. But in an old asylum, they become the hunted in the bizaare fun house. No Trick, No Treat, Just Guts!

Jamaica Run (1953)

Jamaica Run is a 1953 adventure-drama concerning ownership of an old estate set on the island in the Caribbean. It was directed by Lewis R. Foster and starred Ray Milland, Arlene Dahl and Wendell Corey. Much of the personnel in this movie worked on the previous year's Caribbean Gold.