Merry Christmas (2013)

With money running low, nine New Yorkers forgo their annual Christmas in Aspen and head to Pennsylvania for a murder-mystery weekend. What begins as fun and games takes an odd twist when a mysterious stranger appears at the door. Using a combination of actors and non-actors, "Merry Christmas" was shot in 2 1/2 days with no script, no rehearsal and no second takes. Each actor received a 150 page character bible to immerse themselves in prior to production, then let loose once the cameras rolled. The result is an honest experience that no one could predict, and one that you will not soon forget.

Metro (2013)

Passengers aboard a Russian subway train become trapped by rising flood waters.

More Than Meets the Eye: The Joan Brock Story (2003)

When a teacher (Carey Lowell) at a school for the blind loses her own sight, she inspires others with her optimism and humor.

Mr. Blue Sky: The Story of Jeff Lynne & ELO (2012)

As the creative force behind Electric Light Orchestra and a singularly accomplished singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer, Jeff Lynne is one of rock's most iconic--yet mysterious--figures.

Mustang: Journey To Transformation (2009)

Mustang tells the remarkable story of a Tibetan culture pulled back from the brink of extinction through the restoration of its most sacred sites.

Myanmar: Bridges to Change (2014)

In August 2013, a group of climbers traveled to the farthest reaches of Northern Myanmar to make a first ascent of Gamlang Razi, Southeast Asia's disputed highest peak. All told, the climbers traveled over 270 miles on foot through some of the harshest terrain on the planet, braving extreme heat and moisture, as well as the gambit of jungle creatures.

My Chemical Romance: Life on the Murder Scene (2006)

Life On The Murder Scene offers an in-depth, extensive video diary, featuring band interviews and behind-the-scenes commentary.

My Father, My Son (1988)

Elmo Zumwalt III (Keith Carradine) serves as a boat commander in the Vietnam War. He returns home to marry and start a family. His idyllic life takes a dramatic turn when he is diagnosed with terminal cancer and his son is born with a learning disability. As it turns out, both their plights are linked to Agent Orange, a chemical weapon used in the war. Ironically, it is Elmo's own father, Adm. Elmo Zumwalt Jr. (Karl Malden), who called for the gas to be used.

My Life Over The Top (2015)

From the high life to prison, this is the real rags-to-riches story of a self-made, self-proclaimed kingpin.

My Lucky Elephant (2013)

A boy's (First Khunchan) pachyderm pal becomes the star painter at an art academy, but their friendship may soon change when the elephant hears nature's call.

Nerd Prom: Inside Washington's Wildest Week (2015)

A reporter quits his job covering the White House Correspondents' Association's annual dinner to find out what really goes on during the week.

New Orleans: Music in Exile (2006)

Filmmaker Robert Mugge tracks down New Orleans musicians who were forced to leave the city by Hurricane Katrina.

Night of the Bloody Apes (1969)

A surgeon transplants the heart of an ape into his ailing son (Armando Silvestre), with horrific results.

Night of the Fight: Hatton's Last Stand (2013)

Undisputed Champion Network Presents - A raw, unflinching and, at times, brutal account of the events that led up to, during and after Ricky Hatton's last ever professional fight, which took place in Manchester against Vyacheslav Senchenko.

Noah's Ark (1959)

Gilbert the meerkat is tasked with shepherding all the animals onto Noah's Ark.

Nostalgia.exe (2014)

A history lecturer seeks out an enigmatic dream splicer, forging a bond which may be his salvation or damnation.

Nudged (2015)

The lives of eight people come together at a community television station.

Ode to a Post-it Note (2010)

A little Post-it note escapes from a cluttered desk to search for its father.

One Big Affair (1952)

An American girl (Evelyn Keyes) misses her bus to Acapulco but finds romance with a lawyer (Dennis O'Keefe).

One of Us (2015)

The dynamic pace of Quincy's basketball match soon calms when he is faced with a life changing dilemma.

One Thing She Doesn't Have (2014)

K-pop singer, Na-bi, is now a famous actress for her beautiful appearance but lousy acting. Her dramas make no money, so her management company forces her to be in a play directed by Jin-woo, who is famous for a shocking sex scene from his previous film.

10 Minute Solution Fat Blasting Dance Mix (2007)

NO TIME TO EXERCISE? We have the solution for you - the 10 Minute Solution!

110% (2013)

The US women's ski jumping team, a tight knit group of 7 athletes, train and compete 10 months a year. They have also been dismissed by and simultaneously pulled into the politics of international sport where they are defending their right to be part of the highest honor in amateur athletics. Ski jumping was the only sport in the Olympics that excluded women. Was it old- fashioned men holding back women? Was the money for X- Games or men jumpers only? Were these women not good enough? After years of strategies and international partnerships, a gender discrimination suit was brought on behalf of international women's ski jumping against Vancouver Olympics. But it was the passion of Women's Ski Jumping USA that reshaped a sport.

1 Mile Above (2013)

A graduate student faces perilous conditions as he undertakes a bicycle journey through Tibet in honor of his late brother.

71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance (1995)

A 19-year-old student murders several people and then commits suicide in his car on Christmas Eve.

Abducted (2013)

Several couples must fight for survival after they are kidnapped from Griffith Park.

A Doll's House (1973)

Torvald and Nora Helmer have been married for eight years and, on the surface at least, their marriage seems exceptionally happy; they have three children, a comfortable home and a healthy income. When Kristine Linde, an old school friend of Nora's, a widow, penniless but independent-minded, arrives in town and calls on Nora, she gradually discovers that all is not as tranquil and well-ordered as it seems.

Adventures of Johnny Tao (2008)

A young man (Matthew Twining) must use magic power from an electric guitar to defeat a horde of kung-fu demons.

Agoraphobia (2015)

After an agoraphobic woman inherits her father's house in a remote area of the Florida Keys, she begins to suspect something terrifying is trapped inside with her.

Aleister Crowley: Legend Of The Beast (2013)

The dying occultist relays his life story to his beloved wife to record for posterity.

Alien Contact: UFO Invaders (2015)

Hundreds of UFOs have crashed on Earth. Mankind has witnessed these crashes, communicated with the visitors, even left our planet with them, but the most shocking revelation is the reason why they come.

All I Want for Christmas (2014)

A boy adjusts to a new lifestyle after his wish for different parents comes true.

American Drug War 2: Cannabis Destiny (2013)

Filmmaker Kevin Booth becomes a foster parent to a child on powerful mind-altering drugs while navigating the cutting edge of cannabis research.

American Roulette (1988)

An exiled Latin American poet-president (Andy Garcia) falls for a blonde (Kitty Aldridge) amid spies and assassins in London.

A Merry Mirthworm Christmas (1984)

Bert Worm thinks he doesn't fit in in his new town.

Ana and the Others (2003)

A young woman (Camila Toker) returns to her hometown to find her former boyfriend.

Ancient Astronauts: The Gods from Planet X (2011)

Was their a connection between an ancient Sumerian city and the gods? This doc examines the theory of a mysterious connection.

The Andersonville Trial (1970)

A court martialed Confederate officer faces trial for running the notorious prison of war camp in Andersonville, Georgia, where over 14,000 Union prisoners died from disease, starvation and neglect. The defendant, Captain Henry Wirz, justified his actions with a plea that he was only following orders, believing he was relieved of any personal responsibility because he was performing his duty. However, the Army prosecutor contends that moral men must rebel against barbaric or inhumane orders, even if they are within the framework imposed by military discipline. A powerhouse courtroom drama in the style of Inherit the Wind, A Few Good Men and The Caine Mutiny. Directed by the celebrated George C. Scott (Patton), who starred in the original 1959 Broadway production. Winner of Three 1971 Emmy Awards: Outstanding Single Program, Drama or Comedy / Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama, Adaptation / Outstanding Achievement in Technical Direction and Electronic Camerawork.

Andrew Jenks, Room 335 (2008)

The documentary features Andrew Jenks as he moves into a retirement home. It features many of the aging residents in the institution and shows how Jenks gets along with them on a daily basis. Along the way, the filmmaker becomes friends with residents while learning about their life stories.

And Uneasy Lies The Mind (2014)

A man's sanity unravels during a retreat at an isolated mansion.

Ghost Bride of Dracula (2014)

An investigation at Ms. Dracula's mansion into the disappearance of a local beauty leads a group of characters, pulled from the pages of vampire fiction, on a wild goose chase that results in numerous hijinks and the discovery of new erotic secrets.

Angelenos (2013)

Several gay people fall in love, deal with rejection, and pursue impossible dreams.

Angel's Bounty (2015)

A female bounty hunter in Los Angeles takes a huge contract to find the man who went to prison for killing her father.

A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995 (2011)

The 1995 bombing in Oklahoma City was a direct blow to the heart of America. 168 people were killed, including nineteen children. For those watching the nightly news, terrorism had come home. For years following the bombing, countless victims' family members, survivors, rescuers, and ordinary Americans, have questioned the official accounts about that fateful day. Hoping to shed light on answers long ignored and censored, both by prominent media outlets and the U.S. government, A Noble Lie peels back what we thought we knew about the bombing and its perpetrators. This film exposes information never before examined or brought to the attention of the American public. A Noble Lie is the culmination of years of research and documentation conducted by independent journalists, scholars, and ordinary citizens. Often risking their personal safely and sanity, they have gathered evidence which threatens to expose the startling reality of what exactly occurred at 9:02 am on April 19, 1995 in Oklahoma City.

A Place Out of Time: The Bordentown School (2009)

History of the Bordentown School, which taught values, discipline and life skills to generations of African-American children. Ruby Dee narrates.

Apostles of Comedy: Onwards and Upwards (2013)

Christian comics (Jeff Allen, Keith Alberstadt, Ron Pearson) perform in concert.

Appointment With Murder (1948)

The Falcon attempts to recover some stolen paintings and apprehend the culprit.

Asia - Fantasia Live In Tokyo (2007)

Asia, featuring members of Yes, ELP and King Crimson, was the first supergroup of the eighties

A Sierra Nevada Gunfight (2013)

Roger (Kirk Harris) brings his son Casper (Ryan Ballance) to the treacherous gold fields of California in 1870. When Roger begins to lose touch with reality, it leaves Casper to fight off Indians and ruthless bushwhackers.

A Silent Truth (2012)

A 14-year-old boy (Daniel Sovich) fears repercussions from homophobic family members and friends if he reveals that he's gay.

Australien skies (2015)

Australien Skies is a documentary film that explores the sightings of unidentified flying objects and the people who witness them within Australia.

Avenged Sevenfold: Live in the LBC & Diamonds in the Rough (2008)

While headlining the Rockstar Taste Of Chaos tour earlier this year, Avenged Sevenfold (aka A7X) taped its full, incendiary April 10 homecoming gig at the Long Beach Arena

Badlands of Montana (1957)

A mayoral candidate (Rex Reason) turns outlaw, then sheriff, then has a showdown with his old gang.

Bastards of Young (2006)

Today's bands find new, nontraditional ways of reaching an audience and building a fan base.

Below Ground: Demon Holocaust (2012)

Dave documents an invasion of demons in his hometown while he gives shelter to four people.

Better Than Crazy (2015)

Five cousins gather at a drunken family reunion. They quickly find themselves knee-deep in country songs about fatty snack foods, paranormal threats from a dead aunt with dubious fashion sense, and more fat jokes per minute of film than any movie in history. Also, Amy Bruni (Ghost Hunters) gives us a good reason to wear water wing floaties at the dinner table. Truly Better Than Crazy has it all.

Billy The Kid Returns (1938)

Singing Billy (Roy Rogers) settles a case of mistaken identity with his sidekick, Frog (Smiley Burnette).

Black Eyed Children: Let Me In (2015)

A filmmaker embarks on a journey to investigate the nightmarish stories behind the Black Eyed Children phenomenon.

Bloodmarsh Krackoon (2014)

A vicious crack-addicted raccoon commits a series of gruesome murders in a Bronx neighborhood, and the politically ambitious Deputy Mayor Peter Rabbit sees an opportunity to advance his career by capturing the mutant creature.

Border (2014)

Two sisters learn a family member deserted the Syrian Army and they must flee to Turkey.

Burma's Open Road: An Insight into Myanmar (2007)

Guided by the insights of a Buddhist monk, we explore the lives of the Burmese intertwined with the reconstruction of the road and the environmental effects it will have on one of Southeast Asia's last remaining wildernesses.

Bury Me Dead (1947)

A woman (June Lockhart) watches her own funeral, then sets out with her lawyer (Hugh Beaumont) to learn who was in the casket.

Cameraman: The Life And Work Of Jack Cardiff (2010)

In 2001 Jack Cardiff (1914-2009) became the first director of photography in the history of the Academy Awards to win an Honorary Oscar. But the first time he clasped the famous statuette in his hand was a half-century earlier when his Technicolor camerawork was awarded for Powell and Pressburger's Black Narcissus. Beyond John Huston's The African Queen and King Vidor's War and Peace, the films of the British-Hungarian creative duo (The Red Shoes and A Matter of Life and Death too) guaranteed immortality for the renowned cameraman whose career spanned seventy years.

Camera Phone (2012)

CAMERA PHONE is the story of a party that took place on March 20, 2010 in a building in Orange County. That night, there was a 911 call that was filed as 'unknown' and the case was hidden from the public. The events that took place at this warehouse are a mystery and there are still no suspects

Carpe Diem (2015)

In this beginner class with Nico Luce, "less is more and slow is better" in order to awaken the body to a bright new day full of possibilities.

Chance of a Lifetime (1991)

Thinking she's dying, an Ohio businesswoman (Betty White) goes to Mexico and lives it up with a widower (Leslie Nielsen).

Chasing Shadows (2014)

Believing that might does not make right, Evan sets out to convince his two close friends, Heath and Greg, to join him into becoming vigilantes and punishing criminals for their crimes, big or small. Even if it requires them to take the law into their own hands.

Chop Kick Panda (2011)

Lu, a lovable panda, is the sixth-generation owner of a tae kwon do academy and must battle Kudo, a dangerous tiger warrior, to save a small village.

Hidden Fear (1957)

A U.S. lawman (John Payne) busts Copenhagen counterfeiters to help his sister, falsely accused of murder.

History of Christian Worship: Part 1, The Word (2010)

Part 1, The Word explores how the written and spoken word consisting of scriptures, sermons and creeds have remembered and celebrated God's story throughout centuries of Christianity.

Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go (2008)

This British documentary goes inside Mulberry Bush School, which is home to some 40 children with various types of behavioral disorders. For these kids, many of whom have suffered emotional trauma and all of whom have been dropped from the public school system, Mulberry Bush is a last option. Following five students over the course of a year, the film explores how the patience and determination of a small group of instructors can transform even the most damaged child.

Holla If I Kill You (2003)

Hot thriller slasher movie with a splash of comedy and mystery.Featuring Def Jam and Comedy Central stars. The movie that will make you think twice about becoming a stand up comedian.

Holland Road (2015)

A serial killer cruises the roads of western New York.

Homecoming (2012)

Some college friends reunite 20 years after graduating. Their jovial reunion breaks down as they discuss a recently deceased friend and as long-hidden secrets, emotions and regrets resurface.

Hopeful Notes (2010)

An Italian engineer (Walter Nudo) volunteers to play music for young cancer patients at a Russian hospital.

Hostage (2014)

A boy enjoys the adventures of childhood while living with the realities of politics.

Hummingbirds - Jewelled Messengers (2012)

In this award-winning film, David Attenborough narrates this close up look at these tiny pollinators captured in flight as never before. Acrobats of the air - flying jewels - iridescent partners of countless plants: hummingbirds are amongst the most remarkable creatures on our planet.

Hunger (2015)

Hunger is a dark, Noirish thriller about apathy and desire. Stranded for the night in a foreign city, Saul retreats into its labyrinthine backstreets, where a chance encounter with a mysterious and seductive woman seems to offer an escape... but the woman, it seems, has quite different plans for him.

Ice Warriors: USA Sled Hockey (2014)

The U.S. sled hockey team prepares for the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi.

If You Don't, I Will (2014)

Two of France’s busiest and most talented actors, Emmanuelle Devos (Coco Before Chanel) and Mathieu Amalric (The Grand Budapest Hotel), star in this smart, modern romcom from acclaimed director Sophie Fillières. Pomme and Pierre have been together a long time – long enough that passion and spontaneity have given way to predictability and cold shoulders. On a hike together one afternoon, Pomme declares her independence by staying in the woods rather than returning to an underwhelming life at home. Pierre, despite his concern for Pomme, seems all too capable of adapting to life as a bachelor, a worrisome realization. As Pomme begins an extended meditation in the forest on where her own life should go next, both are left to contemplate the strength and meaning of each other's commitment, and if it’s even worth the effort it will take to get back to where they used to be.

Inadmissible Evidence (1968)

After leading an adulterous but otherwise banal life, lawyer Bill Maitland (Nicol Williamson) feels overcome by self-pity. He finds living with his frigid wife, Anna (Eleanor Fazan), unbearable, and attempts to find comfort in the arms of his lover, Liz (Jill Bennett) -- but this, too, wears on him, especially when Liz becomes needy. Inescapably, his relationships with coworkers, clients and his children are all empty. Feeling besieged by his own despair, Bill struggles to find an answer.

Indigo (2014)

A recovering heroin addict, now an up-and-coming photographer, tries to solve a kidnapping that happened at a wedding he shot.

In Guns We Trust (2013)

In Kennesaw, a small American town in the state of Georgia, a good citizen is an armed citizen.

Isai (2015)

A veteran director makes plans to psychologically destroy his former assistant.

It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown (1992)

The Peanuts gang prepares for the holidays in their own unique ways.


A grieving widower begins private Latin dance lessons with a young instructor after an embarrassing incident on the dance floor.

Jane B. Par Agnes V. (1988)

Angès Varda (CLEO FROM 5 TO 7) paints a portrait of a woman (Jane Birkin), this time in a marvelously Expressionistic way. JANE B. abandons the bio-pic format, favoring instead a freewheeling mix of gorgeous fantasy sequences.

Jay Pharoah: Can I Be Me? (2015)

Jay Pharoah, Saturday Night Live castmember for four years and counting brings you his latest and greatest special, 'Can I Be Me'. This special includes some of Pharoah's greatest.

Judy (2014)

Mary finds herself fighting to stay alive when a group of murderous street performers, The Crows, decide to make hers a weekend from hell.

Juliette (2014)

The unexpected meeting between an hung up lawyer and a burlesque performer.

Killer Priest (2011)

A mystery man hires Joseph, a hit man (blood in, blood out star Damian Chapa) to assassinate a man in Italy. Joseph takes the job, only to find out during the hit that his victim will be a priest.

Kill The Artist (2007)

Kill The Artist is a documentary about artists who got into trouble with the law because of their art-works.

Kim Jong Un: The Unauthorized Biography (2015)

He is the living God of the 9th nuclear power of the world, raised in secrecy to take over the commands of the North Korean regime. Investigators travel to Switzerland, the USA and Asia to find those who really know Kim and try to profile the new leader.

Kiss Me, Kill Me (2015)

A photographer finds herself falling under the spell of a witch.

Larceny on the Air (1937)

A doctor (Robert Livingston) falls for a quack's daughter (Grace Bradley) while crusading against quackery on the radio.

Left for Dead (2014)

Four tough women from the streets of New Mexico take on the hit men who killed their little sister.

Lena's Complicated Machine (2015)

Death is Relative.

Life After Death From Above 1979 (2014)

Five years after a bitter split, Canadian musicians Jesse Keeler and Sebastien Grainger reunite their band Death From Above 1979 for one show at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival.

Life After Django Reinhardt (2011)

Life After Django Reinhardt is an American documentary film. The film centers around Django Reinhardt, who was born in 1910 and raised by gypsy parents. Reinhardt is considered to be one of the most important jazz guitarists of all time. This documentary honors what would be his 100th birthday by following 100 of his followers, including his grandson David Reinhardt, as they travel and play a Centennial Tour honoring him. The film interviews several jazz guitarists who were influenced by Reinhardt's music and captures them as they prepare for the Centennial Tour.

Props BMX: Megatour 10 (2011)

This movie follows the BMX bikers as they go on their Megatour across the United States. The viewer will get to see them perform some students for the crowd. They will also get to see interviews with the bikers before and after the show.