Pop (2004)

Pop is the fifth Absinthe Films release since Justin Hostynek and Patrick Armbruster joined forces. This film has exclusive coverage of the first ever Chad's gap snowboarding session. In this session, Travis Rice and Romain de Marchi throw down the heaviest snowboarding in any film this year, raising the bar considerably with +150 foot tricks and we don't mean cab fives. A thrilling blend of all aspects of snowboarding set to a soundtrack that will have you out adding to your cd collection plus all of the extras that you have come to expect from Absinthe Films.

Oconomowoc (2013)

A man (Brendan Marshall-Rashid) moves back in with his boozing mother and joins his buddy's T-shirt business.

Heroes Behind The Badge: Sacrifice & Survival (2013)

Heroes Behind The Badge - Sacrifice & Survival is a heart-wrenching true-life crime saga about the men and women of law enforcement and their selfless acts of courage under fire.

All About Joe (2013)

Joe carries a rusty saw and gas can wherever he goes, and his poetry affects people from all walks of life.

Swimming With Skyscrapers (2001)

James Pittar is blind. He is also a long distance swimmer. In his amazing career he has swum across the English Channel and taken on sharks and oil tankers. He is about to embark on a 48 kilometre swim around Manhattan Island. James will be the first blind person ever to complete the 8.5 hour marathon. An uplifting and hopeful story of one man's dreams fulfilled.

The Mexicali Kid (1938)

While searching for the man who killed his brother, Jack saves the life of an outlaw called the Mexicali Kid, who then aids Jack in his quest.

Grindin' (2007)

Preferring fun over work, a struggling actor (Lawrence Adisa) and his nemesis (Sam Sarpong) audition for the same role.

Witchouse 2: Blood Coven (1999)

The movie, Witchouse 2 is about the story of an apparent haunted house in the suburb town in Covington County. One day, this haunted house is bulldozed to make room for a shopping mall, until four unlabeled graves are revealed. The only people that can identify these bodies are a professor and a team of her students to help her. The professor later determines that these bodies belong to a witch named Lilith LeFay and her Blood Coven. The professor decides to do an experimental test with the witch's blood, which leads to her becoming possessed by her. As the story progresses, each of her students morph into Lilith’s coven members and take over the town that not only turned their backs on them, but were also murdered by the over 300 years ago.

Elvis Lives: The 25th Anniversary Concert, 'Live' from Memphis (2007)

Elvis sings with former band members.

Declaration of War (2011)

The idyllic life of a French couple (Valrie Donzelli, Jrmie Elkam) shatters when they learn that their young son has a brain tumor.

The Great Sioux Massacre (1965)

The story of Gen. Custer (Philip Carey) and the Little Bighorn is seen through the eyes of two of his subordinates (Joseph Cotten, Darren McGavin).

Bare Belle - En seriemorder fra Selbu (2006)

Brynhild Paulsdatter Størset, better known as Belle Gunness, was born in 1859 in Selbu, Norway. After moving to the United States, she became one of the most notorious female serial killers of all time. It is estimated that she murdered between 40 and 70 people, but she was never tried or sentenced for any of these crimes. As the net closed in around her, she arranged her own "death" and disappeared without a trace. Director Anne Berit Vestby, a native of the same small village in Norway, follows Belle's tracks from Selbu to Chicago. Drawing on archival newspapers and featuring authentic photos, the story Vestby recounts turns out to be wilder and more gruesome than you can imagine.

Ruby's Studio: The Friendship Show (2012)

From the award-winning "Ruby's Studio" series, "The Friendship Show" offers kids invaluable tools to help them make and nurture lasting friendships. Lovable host Ruby guides kids through animated segments, fun art projects and original music, all the while gently reinforcing essential lessons about The Golden Rule, empathy, resolving conflict and confronting bullying.

The Witness from the Balcony of Room 306 (2009)

On April 4,1968, the Revered Samuel "Billy" Kyles stood beside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee and bore witness to his brutal assassination. Through Rev. Kyles' recollect

Creativity in Education: Exploring the Imbalance. (2013)

Inspired by the Newsweek article "The Creativity Crisis", this independent documentary explores creativity in school and how changes to education policy have diminished opportunities to nurture and teach creative thinking skills in the classroom.

Guerilla Raid (1970)

An American commando searching for his father's killers joins a group plotting to capture a train load of gold bullion before it reaches the Nazis.

Michael Jackson: The Trial and Triumph of the King of Pop (2009)

This pro-Michael documentary raises and debunks the various charges/trials/conspiracies surrounding Michael over the last 17 years. The program features hostess Pearl Jr talking to dozens of Michael fans, interviews with key people (Michael's trial lawyer, Jermaine Jackson), some celebrity well wishers (Kanye West, Mo'Nique, Fantasia) and finally Michael's compelling press conference in London in March of 2009. Even in death, Michael Jackson is the world's biggest superstar and perhaps the greatest entertainer of all time. His achievements almost came crashing down during his child molestation trial. This film goes behind the scenes of that sometimes chaotic and outrageous trial. MJ's fans from all over the world always believed in his innocence.

Shy of Normal: Tales of New Life Experiences (2011)

When an author loses her spark, her friend suggests observing random people in public places and creating short, humorous stories about them.

King George VI: The Man Behind the King's Speech (2011)

King’s Speech follows a man who overcomes his own failings for the sake of his nation. The movie shows his older brother, Edward VII, falling for Wallis Simpson. Edward VII abdicates the throne to get what he wants. The successor George VI is then plagued with shyness and has problems speaking to his subjects. This is a true story of an introvert. This humble man is such an inspiration for the British Nation during the war with Hitler’s Germany.

The Merchant of Four Seasons (1971)

Hans (Hans Hirschmuller) is a lifelong member of the middle-class. His family, especially his wife, Irmgard (Irm Hermann), derides him for his lack of ambition and his chosen profession: running a fruit stand. Eventually, the constant ridicule drives him to alcoholism, and his bout with the bottle lands him in the hospital. While recovering, he hires extra help and watches his business boom. However, his success doesn't alleviate his pain, and his anger and drinking slowly destroy him.

HeartChild (2013)

Crys Worley, a 28-year-old mother of an autistic child, struggles with her health and the well-being of her son.

Primitive London (1965)

Interviews with beatniks, mods, and rockers give some insight into the style and social life of the swinging city.

Betty White: Champion for Animals (2012)

Betty White's stories about her own cherished pets are included in a spotlight of the animals that live in the national parks, zoos and aquariums.

A Colder Kind Of Death (2001)

The pain of her husband's murder resurfaces when a woman (Wendy Crewson) learns the police have enough evidence to arrest a prime suspect.

Ije: The Journey (2010)

IJE tells a tale of Chioma , a child growing up in the Nigerian countryside, who warned her restless sister, Anya , about the trappings of the American Dream. Now ten years later, Anya is accused of killing three men in a Hollywood Hills mansion, one of them her record producer-husband. Chioma travels from Nigeria to Los Angeles, and with the help of a young, unproven attorney , discovers that the dark secret her sister wants to keep hidden might be the only thing that can win her freedom.

Born to Battle (1935)

Cattlemen offer a jailed cowboy his freedom if he will agree to help locate a gang of notorious rustlers.

Letters from the Big Man (2011)

Sarah meets a Sasquatch in remote Oregon, and as their friendship grows, she tries to protect him.

Wonders Are Many: The Making of Doctor Atomic (2013)

The spectacular opening to Jon Else's critically acclaimed WONDERS ARE MANY - nuclear blast after blast in the desert, under the ocean, high in space - intimates what is to follow: a profound and triumphant fusing of art and science, humanity and technology, destruction and creation. WONDERS ARE MANY: THE MAKING OF DOCTOR ATOMIC traces a dazzling double-helix trajectory: one thread follows composer John Adams and director Peter Sellars as they work to create Doctor Atomic, the strange and beautiful opera about J. Robert Oppenheimer and the first atomic bomb; the other recounts the actual historical events that underpin the stage drama. Masterfully interwoven with recently declassified footage of nuclear testing in the deserts of the Southwest and the frenetic backstage action of the San Francisco Opera, the film creates an explosive vortex of performers and physicists, past and present, all of which is anchored by the enigmatic figure of Oppenheimer and channeled into high art by the creative power of Adams and Sellars. A magnificent pastiche of potent elements, WONDERS ARE MANY allows us to see history - and ourselves - in a new light: we learn the humanity in science; the regret in discovery; and, unforgettably, the law that "matter can be neither created nor destroyed," but only transformed.

Pixelschatten (2011)

Small-town blogger Pixel's life is an open book: everyone reads about his life through his blog, Pixelschatten. After his friends and girlfriend move away for college, lonely and frustrated Pixel decides to change all their lives with just one post. Shot entirely in the first person POV style, the film is both an intimate portrayal of contemporary German youth culture and a wider examination of how modern technology can affect our lives in new, and unsettling ways. Funny, tragic, and beautifully shot, "Pixelschatten" is a film that captures the changing social reality of a generation.

The Happy House (2013)

A feuding couple encounter one disaster after another at a remote bed-and-breakfast inn. Things go from bizarre to terrifying as they contend with the establishment's crazy owner, her imposing son, and more.

Present Tense (2013)

A Turkish divorcee (Sanem ge) bluffs her way into a fortune-telling job so that she can earn enough money to start a new life in the United States.

Just About Famous (2015)

People who look like the most recognizable people on the planet make a living impersonating their famous Doppelgangers.

A Rage to Live (1965)

After many love affairs, a promiscuous young social leader tries settling down to a normal married life.

Radio Unnameable (2012)

Bob Fass became a New York City disc jockey who used his radio show to pioneer free expression on the airwaves.

An Ordinary Family (2012)

A family reunion turns awkward when an estranged member unexpectedly arrives with his boyfriend.

The Mantis Parable (2005)

A caterpillar needs a helping hand to escape from a bug collector's jar.

The Libertines: There Are No Innocent Bystanders (2011)

Roger Sargent documents the buildup, rehearsals, warm-ups and concerts of the band, as it prepares for reunion shows.

One Down, Two To Go (1982)

Buddies Cal (Fred Williamson), J. (Jim Brown), Chuck (Jim Kelly) and Ralph even the score for a rip-off martial-arts tournament.

Alex Reymundo: One Funny Hick-Spanic (2007)

Alex Raymundo, a Mexican born comedian that emigrated to the United States as a child, brings his unique perspective to the people in One Funny Hick-Spanic. In this comedy special we get a glimpse inside Raymundo's mind, his family life and the origin of the term Hick-Spanic (it's for his children, since Raymundo is Mexican and his wife is from the American South). A raucous tour through an alternative view on the American dream, this special is worth watching over and over again for the sheer laughs that it delivers every, single time. As far as comedic timing and body language go, Raymundo is a well-versed master in knowing just what to say and just how to say it. From tone of voice to facial expression he can take a simple joke and sucker punch the audience with it. This is even true with jokes and topics that might feel somewhat stock for stand up comedians. Observations about children and how they say and do the darndest things, life growing up in America, the relationships between men and women (married and otherwise) and all the other witticisms should feel bland and trite. However, they're flavored in such a way that they still get a laugh. What One Funny Hick-Spanic shows the audience is that, first and foremost, Alex Raymundo is a talented storyteller. Hilarious in his own right, he's also folksy and friendly enough that he can pull the watchers into a narrative that should be blase and boring, but isn't. Raymundo's performance makes it engaging, despite there being nothing but him and an empty stage as his back drop. If he can be entertaining with just that, then there's nothing he can't do as an entertainer and as a comedian. While not his only stand up special, One Funny Hick-Spanic does set the tone for Raymundo's style and his content. Mostly wholesome with a lot of innuendo, he keeps the language to a minimum and the themes to a maximum. Additionally the cadence and rhythm of this special makes it a great watch, or even a listen, no matter what you're doing. Whether it's house work or home work, it's great for the occasional chuckle and a running commentary.

Over The Brooklyn Bridge (1984)

Born and bred in Brooklyn, N.Y., Alby Sherman (Elliott Gould) has worked his whole life at his family's deli. But he has bigger ambitions -- namely, moving across the East River to open a high-end restaurant in Manhattan. Although he has a prime location wrapped up, Alby lacks the money to get started. When he asks his well-to-do uncle Benjamin (Sid Caesar) to make an investment, the man agrees -- if Alby will leave his girlfriend, Elizabeth (Margaux Hemingway), and marry a Jewish girl.

Operation Daybreak (1975)

British-trained Czech partisans (Timothy Bottoms, Martin Shaw, Joss Ackland) come home to assassinate the Nazi leader Reinhard Heydrich.

One Missed Call 2 (2005)

Murder goes viral as unsuspecting teenagers pick up their cell phones and listen to the sounds of their deaths. Before long, each suffers the same horrible fate. But it gets worse: The unknown caller then dials everyone in the victim's phone book. As the deadly calls multiply, it leads to a pandemic of murder. When her sister falls prey, journalist Takako (Asaka Seto) travels to Taiwan with an endangered girl, Kyoko (Mimura), to ID the wicked caller and stop the epidemic.

Oh, God! Book II (1980)

Little Tracy Richards (Louanne) is a seemingly normal girl, but one day she sees God (George Burns) in a restaurant and begins talking to him. She feels this is a call to create an ad campaign to spread God's word, but the adults around her believe otherwise. Her parents, Paula (Suzanne Pleshette) and Don (David Birney), are worried, while psychiatrist Dr. Jerome Newell (Anthony Holland) gives her an extreme diagnosis. But Tracy soon benefits from some divine intervention.

Overkill (1996)

A vacationing Los Angeles policeman (Aaron Norris) falls in with a computer whiz who swindled a crooked developer (Michael Nouri).

Outta Time (2002)

After a knee injury causes him to lose his soccer scholarship, David Morales (Mario Lopez) must find a way to pay for college. His ex, Emma (Tava Smiley), introduces David to the mysterious Professor Darabont who has a job proposal for him. He accepts the job delivering packages across the Mexican border. Even though David has been assured that the packages are legal, he is still uneasy about the job and once he pays off his tuition, decides to quit. But it's not that simple.

Appelsinpiken (2009)

Appelsinpiken, or "The Orange Girl", is a Norwegian film that weaves together two love stories. Jan falls in love at first sight with the orange girl. Jan's story is revealed in a letter to his sixteen-year-old son, Georg, who is on the brink finding a love of his own. The father attempts to relay to his son the importance of recognizing love and not letting it slip away.

One More Saturday Night (1986)

Band members (Tom Davis, Al Franken), a baby sitter and other residents try to relieve weekend boredom in St. Cloud, Minn.

Once Upon a Time in China 3 (1992)

A martial-arts master (Jet Li) defends his father from several gangs during a competition in Beijing.

Out On A Limb (1992)

While heading to the town where his sister, Marci (Courtney Peldon), lives, big-city banker Bill Campbell (Matthew Broderick) is robbed by a woman (Heidi Kling) who takes everything he has, including his clothes and a business document worth millions of dollars. Bill eventually reunites with Marci, who is in a tizzy because she thinks their stepfather (Jeffrey Jones) has been killed. While trying to determine if his sister is right, Bill must also get back his valuable paperwork.

O.C. and Stiggs (1985)

Two guys (Daniel Jenkins, Neill Barry) target an Arizona insurance tycoon (Paul Dooley) for canceling one's grandfather.

One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing (1975)

Chinese spies (Peter Ustinov, Clive Revill), detected by a nanny (Helen Hayes), steal a dinosaur skeleton from the British Natural History Museum.

Presto (2008)

A magician and his hungry rabbit get into a tussle.

Pumpkinhead 2: Blood Wings (1994)

In a small Kansas town in 1958, a group of teenagers torture and kill a disfigured orphan named Tommy (J.P. Manoux). After 35 years, another gang of teens (Andrew Robinson, Ami Dolenz, Soleil Moon Frye) robs the cabin of an old witch (Lilyan Chauvin). Using some blood and a spell taken from her house, the teens inadvertently resurrect Tommy's soul in the form of the demon Pumpkinhead (Mark McCracken). Enraged, Pumpkinhead goes after the teens who summoned him and the men who killed Tommy.

Pumping Iron II: The Women (1985)

Judges and bodybuilders (Rachel McLish, Bev Francis, Carla Dunlap) try to define femininity at the 1983 world championship, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.

The Pied Piper of Hamelin (1957)

In a misguided effort to improve the village of Hamelin and boost its prestige in the eyes the king, the mayor (Claude Rains) sentences all citizens, including children, to work on civic improvements. When a rat problem threatens to undermine his efforts, the mayor hires a traveling piper (Van Johnson) who claims he can charm rodents. But as the overworked local children meet the charismatic piper -- who delights them with his magical powers -- they too fall under his spell.

Body Armor (1997)

In his search for an ex-lover's friend, a former government agent battles a scientist who creates lethal viruses.

Personal Sergeant (2010)

A war veteran (Victor Argo) bonds with his granddaughter (Celine Marget) while helping her hone her soccer skills.

Psychic Experiment (2009)

A small town is being taken over by corrupted doctors, who take dying patients in the hospital and implant chips in their brains tracking each individual's innermost evil desires. With this powerful knowledge, horrific, unexplainable events start terrorizing the town, leaving many to question the hospital and the doctors' abilities. As the deceit escalates, everyone in town is left running for their lives in terror!

Prey For The Hunter (1990)

A mock hunting game turns deadly when a participant substitutes bullets for pellets.

Fly, Daddy, Fly (2006)

Fly Daddy Fly is a South Korean drama. The movie is based on the novel of the same name. Fly Daddy Fly is the story of a father who lives with his wife and daughter and leads a quiet life. This is interrupted when his daughter is sexually assaulted, and he can't get any help from school or police. So, he decides to go into training to beat up the offender himself.

Pirates of the Plain (1999)

Bobby (Seth Adkins) is a young boy who lives on a farm with his mother, Glenna (Dee Wallace-Stone), and grandfather (Charles Napier). Given his relative isolation, Bobby must use his imagination to entertain himself, and he's thrilled when an adventure straight out of one of his books arrives on his doorstep in the form of daring swashbuckler Jezebel Jack (Tim Curry). After other pirates pop up, however, Bobby and Jack must defend the farmhouse from the displaced marauders.

Prayer Of The Rollerboys (1991)

An undercover teen (Corey Haim) of the dismal future joins a cult of roller skaters who push a drug called mist.

The Phantom of the Opera (1989)

A sandbagged New York soprano (Jill Schoelen) dreams she's being chased by a slasher (Robert Englund) in Victorian London.

The Prince of Pennsylvania (1988)

Rupert Marshetta (Keanu Reeves), a loud-mouthed punk rocker with a taste for the intellectual, is bored stiff and on the verge of failing out of his senior year of high school. But when Marshetta meets drive-in theater operator Carla Headlee (Amy Madigan), he finds a mentor who has much to teach him, and an unlikely friendship results. Soon, the two decide to leave their small town. To raise money, Rupert and Carla resolve to abduct Rupert's father, Gary (Fred Ward), and hold him for ransom.

The Puppetoon Movie (1987)

Gumby, Pokey and Arnie the Dinosaur host 10 of Oscar-winner George Pal's animated shorts from the '30s and '40s.

Nowhere To Hide (1987)

Military-industrial thugs kill a Marine (Daniel Hugh Kelly) to keep him quiet, but his ex-Marine wife (Amy Madigan) fights back.

Nazis At The Center Of The Earth (2012)

Antarctic researchers are taken captive by decaying, underground Nazis who are planning a new Third Reich.

The Night of the White Pants (2006)

A fallen businessman (Tom Wilkinson) accompanies his daughter's drug-dealing, punk-rocking boyfriend (Nick Stahl) on a night of debauchery.

Sleepless (2001)

An insomniac detective (Max von Sydow) comes out of retirement to track a serial killer who copies a string of old murders.

The Nest (1988)

A scientist, a sheriff (Franc Luz), an exterminator and an island mayor's (Robert Lansing) daughter (Lisa Langlois) hunt mutant cockroaches.

Un zoo la nuit (1987)

When Marcel (Gilles Maheu) gets out of jail, his first order of business is to set things right with his estranged father, Albert (Roger Le Bel), who is in failing health. His second goal is to reconnect with his old girlfriend, Julie (Lynne Adams), who now works in a strip club. As he tries to get his life back on track -- and hopes to recover a pile of money his father secretly stashed -- Marcel must contend with two crooked cops who are on his trail and also interested in the cash.

Nightflyers (1988)

Scientists find evil and a hologram man (Michael Praed) aboard an old spaceship leased to explore a planet.

Night Train to Terror (1985)

God and Satan discuss the fates of three people on a train.

Night Screams (1987)

David is a high school football hero whose parents have announced that they're going away for the weekend, which to David means it's time for a party; however, two killers escape from a nearby jail and crash the party.

A Night Full Of Rain (1978)

A Communist Italian journalist (Giancarlo Giannini) fights with his feminist American wife (Candice Bergen).

Nuits rouges (1974)

The Man Without a Face is known throughout the world as a vicious killer and a master of disguise. One day, this ruthless criminal was posing as a female store owner when the butler of the famous Maxine de Borrego enters the store. The butler starts to tell the killer a story that indicates that Maxine knows where the Knights Templar treasure is located. The Man Without a Face tortures Maxine to death, but she does not disclose the treasure location. Maxine's nephew is a brave sailor who returns from the sea to find his aunt murdered. He makes it his ambition to capture the Man Without a Face and bring him to justice, but the task will not be easy.

Necromancy (1972)

A man's (Michael Ontkean) wife (Pamela Franklin) discovers his new boss's (Orson Welles) toy factory is actually a front for the occult.

Never a Dull Moment (1968)

Mistaken for a hit man, a TV actor (Dick Van Dyke) plays the part to foil a gangster's (Edward G. Robinson) pop-art plot.

Storm Catcher (1999)

Maj. Jack Holloway (Dolph Lundgren) -- along with computer specialist Sparks Johnson (Mystro Clark) and co-pilot Lucas (John Pennell) -- flies a new type of aircraft known as the Storm Catcher. A soldier steals the aircraft, pinning the blame on Jack, who is arrested and taken to jail for treason. Jack escapes, setting out to prove he's not a traitor. He soon finds that his daughter has been taken hostage and will be killed if he refuses to detonate a bomb in the White House.

Sometimes They Come Back, Again (1996)

For years, Jon Porter (Michael Gross) has been repressing memories of how his older sister was murdered -- and how he electrocuted her three assailants to death. Now he must go home for the funeral of his mother, who died under strange circumstances. While in his hometown, Jon's daughter, Michelle (Hilary Swank), makes friends with some of the local girls as well as someone named Tony Reno (Alexis Arquette), who resembles and has the same name as one of the boys her father killed.

Sci Fighters (1996)

A renegade police officer (Roddy Piper) tracks a rapist (Billy Drago) spreading a deadly virus around 2009 Boston.

Sioux City (1994)

A Native American doctor living in California, Jesse Rainfeather Goldman (Lou Diamond Phillips) travels to an Iowa Indian reservation in the hope of seeing his biological mother. Upon his arrival, he learns that she's just died -- and under strange circumstances. His effort to get more information about the incident is blocked by the police. But, with help from fellow Lakota Sioux Jolene Buckley (Salli Richardson), Jesse delves into both his mother's death and his own heritage.

Spartan Gladiator (1965)

An avenger (Tony Russel) joins gladiators in rebellion against a Greek tyrant called Zar (Massimo Serato).

Sam Klemke's Time Machine (2015)

Sam Klemke films and narrates every year of his life starting in 1977.

Varieties on Parade (1951)

Jackie Coogan, Eddie Garr, Tom Neal and Iris Adrian appear in a vaudeville show.

A Bullet For The General (1966)

Mexican bandit brothers (Gian Maria Volonte, Klaus Kinski) lure a U.S. mercenary (Lou Castel) to join their revolution, complicated by an assassination plot.

Key Witness (1960)

A suburban couple (Jeffrey Hunter, Pat Crowley) and family are terrorized by a hoodlum (Dennis Hopper) and his Los Angeles street gang.

Thugs, Mugs, & Dogs (2011)

Danny and his pals find themselves trapped between a ruthless businessman and an ex-greyhound trainer.

Crítico (2008)

Gus Van Sant, Carlos Saura and others discuss the age-old conflict between film critics and filmmakers.

Taxi Ballad (2012)

Youssef becomes alienated from his friends and family and moves to Beirut to become the greatest cabdriver in history.

Mad Dogs and Englishmen (1995)

An upper-class London heroin addict (Elizabeth Hurley) takes up with an American student (C. Thomas Howell) and draws the ire of a corrupt narcotics agent (Joss Ackland).

Chega de Saudade (2007)

Patrons (Tnia Carrero, Leonardo Villar, Stepan Nercessian) at a dance hall in So Paulo, Brazil, search for companionship and love.

Moroccan Gigolos (2013)

Three young men do anything it takes for the business they want, even if they have to prostitute themselves.

Suburban Mayhem (2006)

Needing money for the retrial of her brother (Laurence Breuls), a juvenile delinquent (Emily Barclay) hatches a plan to kill her father for the inheritance.

All The Way Up (1970)

A British insurance agent (Warren Mitchell) schemes to push himself and his family up the social ladder.

Return of the Kickfighter (1987)

An ex-commando kickboxer (Richard Norton) solves a postwar mystery of terrorists, murder and Viet Cong gold.

The Empire of Scents (2014)

Filmmaker Kim Nguyen explores the secrets of the sense of smell.

Walking Distance (2015)

When a morbidly obese man becomes friends with two people, his life changes.

Food For Change: The Story of Cooperation in America (2013)

Food co-ops and their influence on social and economic change in America.

Mirror Images II (1993)

A woman (Shannon Whirry) hires a private investigator (Tom Reilly) to probe the mysterious death of her identical twin.