Panic Button (2011)
Panic Button is a British independent film released in 2011. Although the film is a horror thriller, the subject matter is intended as a cautionary tale on the dangers of online social networking.
The Coven (2015)
The Coven is a 2015 United Kingdom fantasy horror feature film directed by John Mackie (director) and starring Dexter Fletcher. It is stated that the film is based upon actual events. The plot revolves around a Wiccan group, whose leader Uri Clef, and seven followers disappear. They were last seen at The Coven, a ring of trees in Queens Wood once used as a meeting place by practitioners of Cochrane's Craft. Some schoolkids are drawn to visit Queen's Wood in Highgate on Halloween. The film was finally released direct to DVD in the UK on 16 March 2015.
The Mirror (2014)
The Mirror is a 2014 British horror found footage film that was directed and written by Edward Boase. The movie had its world premiere on 8 September 2014 at the London FrightFest Film Festival and is based upon a 2013 news article based around a purportedly haunted mirror that left its owners "dogged by bad luck, financial misery, strange sightings and illness".
The Subjects (2015)
A drug distributed to eight strangers who are locked inside a room during clinical trials awakens uncanny abilities within them.
James Salter: A Sport and a Pastime (2011)
This 54 minute documentary traces the writer James Salter's lifelong love affair with France, unforgettably expressed in his 1967 masterpiece, A Sport and a Pastime. The novel, a transcendent examination of sexual desire, follows an ill-fated love affair between a Yale drop-out and a young French girl, played out in the villages of Burgundy in the 1960s. "Its spirit," The Washington Post wrote, "- the ache and artistry of Scott Fitzgerald filtered through the cool sensibility of Flaubert or James - evokes France, missed opportunities, all the fugitive beauty of youth."
Salter, who began a career as a fighter pilot before resigning to become a writer, has been praised as a contemporary American master by Saul Bellow, Graham Greene, and Susan Sontag, among others.
The film captures the great purity of Salter's prose and the essence of his power to evoke the erotic. Sublime footage of provincial France and fragments of the novel itself, read by the author Reynolds Price, are intercut with photographs by Ralph Gibson and conversations with writers, editors, and Robert Redford, for whom Salter wrote the screenplay Downhill Racer.
Salter's own reflections on his writing and life offer rich insights for reader and writer alike. James Salter: A Sport and a Pastime is a luminous depiction of the making of a writer and the genesis of a classic novel.
To Catch a Comet (2014)
Deep space. Billions of miles from Earth, Rosetta, a spacecraft the size of a car, travels towards an icy rock 2.5 miles wide that hurtles through space at tens of thousands of miles per hour. Rosetta has been in space for ten years but in the next few days she will do something no other spacecraft has ever attempted: land on the volatile surface of a comet as it flies round the sun. This is the European Space Agency's (ESA) most audacious mission. It has taken a team of brilliant engineers 30 years to get to this point. The mission has been beset with daunting technological challenges, faulty launch vehicles, and the unpredictable and dangerous nature of the comet itself, all of which have conspired to stop the mission in its tracks. If it works, Rosetta is guaranteed to provide a treasure-trove of scientific data, but make no mistake about it, this is a dangerous mission. The rewards may be huge but so are the risks.
Extraordinary Tales (2015)
Five of Edgar Allan Poe’s best-known stories are brought to vivid life in this visually stunning, heart-pounding animated anthology featuring Sir Christopher Lee, Bela Lugosi, Julian Sands, Roger Corman and Guillermo del Toro. Murderous madmen, sinister villains and cloaked ghouls stalk the darkened corridors of Poe’s imagination, as his haunting tales are given a terrifying new twist by some of the most beloved figures in horror film history. (Suitable for ages 11+)
Girls Night Out (1988)
A trilogy of movies - Girls Night Out, The Creep, and Blood Moon Rising. Settle in and brace yourself for an evening of chills.Just because the girls go out doesn't mean they are coming back.
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.
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.
Teenager Lawrence has his dreams of medical school destroyed when he gets caught cheating. When his parents banish him to the countryside for the summer, he meets a conman who calls himself The Professor.
Sundown in Santa Fe (1948)
Sundown in Santa Fe is a 1948 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Norman S. Hall. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Roy Barcroft, Trevor Bardette, Jean Dean and Russell Simpson. The film was released on November 5, 1948, by Republic Pictures.
The Land Before Time XIV: Journey Of The Brave (2016)
The Land Before Time: Journey of the Brave is a 2016 direct-to-video animated feature and the fourteenth film in The Land Before Time series. It is the first movie in the franchise to be released since 2007's The Wisdom of Friends. The film was directed by Davis Doi and written by Cliff Ruby and Elana Lesser. It was made available on DVD and Digital HD on February 2, 2016, with the DVD version exclusive to Walmart stores in North America. The film features the voices of Damon Wayans, Jr. and country singer Reba McEntire, who performs the song "Look for the Light".
Papanasam is a 2015 Indian Tamil drama thriller film directed by Jeethu Joseph, a remake of his 2013 Malayalam film Drishyam. The film is jointly produced by Suresh Balaje and Rajkumar Sethupathi. It stars Kamal Haasan and Gautami reprising the respective roles played by Mohanlal and Meena in the original.
A man tries to create an alternate to the Internet in 1987.
Thomas & Friends: Dinos and Discoveries (2015)
All aboard for a roaring good time with Thomas and his friends! The engines are filled with wonder at the fantastical new sights and sounds on Sodor. Volcanoes sizzle and dinosaurs roar as the engines help the Earl with a special surprise. Marion experiences some dino daydreams, as Bill and Ben send Timothy on an expedition for a rainbow-colored car. Samson discovers his slip-ups cause confusion and delay, while Emily marvels at her giant and worldly Special. It's time for big adventure and dino-sized fun with Thomas & Friends!
Walter: Lessons from the World's Oldest People (2013)
Hunter Weeks and his fiancee set out on an adventure to meet the oldest people in the world and discover their advice for living life to the fullest.
Vampyre Tales (2005)
Come along with Countess Plasma (Debbie Rochon) and her servant Phlegm (Jim O'Rear) as they deal with disgruntled villagers (including cult favorite Amber Newman) and tell a few eerie stories in the creepy and darkly humorous anthology VAMPYRE TALES. Turn down the lights... but not too low... there may be something behind you!!!
Kenny Rogers as The Gambler, Part III: The Legend Continues (1987)
Brady Hawkes and Billy Montana join forces once again in this new adventure. This time around their goal is to help the Sioux fight the government and get the supplies they need. They also uncover corruption within a government outpost and find themselves
Fade to Winter (2015)
MSP Films, the production powerhouse behind MCCONKEY and DAYS OF MY YOUTH, is proud to present FADE TO WINTER. Featuring jaw-dropping action from around the world.
Fading Of The Cries (2011)
Sarah finds an ancient necklace that belonged to her uncle. The necklace unknowingly unlocks a malevolent evil that has been searching for the relic. The dark force invades her small town, sending hordes of demonic creatures to find Sarah and bring back the necklace. It’s up to Jacob, armed with a powerful sword, to bring Sarah home and save mankind from destruction.
Global Warming: The Signs and Science (2005)
60 minute documentary about people across America living with the grave consequences of a changing climate and the individuals, communities and scientists inventing new approaches to safeguard our children's future.
Gulag Barashevo (2015)
The love between a dissident poet and her husband, separated by the Gulag, allows them to endure agonizing hardship, sickness and violence.
The Gun Ranger (1936)
The Gun Ranger is a 1936 American film directed by Robert N. Bradbury.
A World War II veteran (Robert Loggia) gathers his family for one final summer together, but old resentments and betrayals threaten to tear them apart.
Healing Cancer (2008)
Anderson exposes the failings of conventional cancer treatments and how the medical establishment and the cancer industry wildly - and deceptively - exaggerate the benefits of treatments. Interviews with people who have beaten the disease demonstrate how cancer can be successfully healed with dietary treatments and natural supplementation. Participants in the DVD include: T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.The China Study;?Brian Clement, Ph.D.Hippocrates Health Institute; Brenda Cobb?The Living Foods Institute; Mirea Ellis?The Kushi Institute; Charlotte Gerson?The Gerson Institute and many more.
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.
Oklahoma Badlands (1948)
Oklahoma Badlands is a 1948 American Western film directed by Yakima Canutt and written by Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Mildred Coles, Roy Barcroft, Gene Roth and Earle Hodgins. The film was released on February 22, 1948, by Republic Pictures.
Table 47 (2015)
Peter falls for a married woman and plots to kill her husband, and soon discovers he is the victim of an elaborate con.
Take Off to Pattaya (2009)
Take Off To Pattaya is an erotic travelogue with storyline featuring the adventures of three sexy flight attendants vacationing at Thailand's famous Pattaya Beach resort. How much fun can three single girls have on a week's holiday in Asia?
The Abandoned (2016)
The Abandoned (also known as The Confines) is a 2015 American supernatural horror film directed by Eytan Rockaway, and written by Ido Fluk. It stars Jason Patric, Louisa Krause and Mark Margolis. The film premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 13, 2015, and was released as a limited release in theaters and video on demand on January 8, 2016. The film concerns a struggling young woman, who tries to reacquire her normal life by taking a job as a security guard at an abandoned apartment building. The Abandoned marked Rockaway's debut as director.
The Bunker (2014)
During the Vietnam War, a private and his fellow soldiers try to evade a renegade Special Forces unit.
The Elf Who Didn't Believe (1997)
Elmer, one of Santa's elves, steals Santa's sleigh and escapes to the real world to become human.
The Infinite Man (2014)
The Infinite Man is a 2014 Australian sci-fi film directed by Hugh Sullivan. It stars Josh McConville as Dean, a scientist who wants to relive a romantic weekend with his girlfriend, Lana (Hannah Marshall). After they are interrupted by Lana's ex-boyfriend, Terry (Alex Dimitriades), Dean tries to fix things by going back in time.
The movie was released in France (on demand) on June, 25th, 2015.
The Longest Swim (2014)
Matt has to swim across a lake to summon help for his diabetic friend.
The Red Room (2008)
In the middle of an uncharacteristically chilly Los Angeles night, 2 men meet for the first time on a rooftop, somewhere downtown. One of the men, Hadley Prince, is calm and in control.
The Veil (2005)
A small town is infected by a virus and a frantic cover up is taking place. Three days later, several special forces teams are sent in on a recognizance mission. Their objective - to measure the effect of the virus and locate survivors.
A man with a criminal record plots to kidnap his boss' son after being threatened with the loss of his job.
The Love Guide (2011)
With her chicken farm and marriage on the line, a woman agrees to be the subject of a reality show with a celebrity New Age guru (Parker Posey).
Ocean Predators (2013)
Immerse yourself deep into the ocean in search of the most dangerous predators in our seas. Unveil the mysteries of these fascinating and skilled hunters. Razor-sharp teeth and lightning-fast reactions rule in this unforgiving environment. Are you ready to discover the facts behind the myths and legends about sharks, barracudas and moray eels? This amazing documentary introduces you to the Kings of the Sea in an unprecedented way.
Dirty Movie (2011)
An outrageous cut-rate producer, Charlie LaRue (Christopher Meloni), is about to fulfill his lifelong dream to make a movie about the most offensive, dirtiest jokes ever told. As Charlie and his filmmaking team hilariously struggle to write a script and assemble their award-winning cast, the movie-within-a-movie emerges with one dirty joke after another. Only one can take the crown for writing the dirtiest joke ever told, and Charlie will do whatever he can to be that king.
Until They Are Home (2012)
Filmmaker Steven C. Barber embeds with a team from JPAC to search for the remains of U.S. soldiers killed during the battle for Tarawa.
The Return of the King (1980)
The Return of the King, is a 1979 animated musical television film created by Rankin/Bass and Topcraft. The film is an adaptation of The Return of the King, the third and final book in The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien.
Female Pervert (2015)
A woman's perverse desires come out in her daily interactions with boyfriends and co-workers.
Fight Church (2014)
The confluence of Christianity and mixed martial arts.
Fireman is a 2015 Malayalam thriller film directed by Deepu Karunakaran and produced by Milan Jaleel under the banner of Galaxy Films. It stars Mammootty, Nyla Usha, Unni Mukundan, and Siddique in the lead roles. The music is composed by Rahul Raj.
Foolishly Seeking True Love (2009)
Handsome and Belle just might fall in love, if fate doesn't get in the way first.
Fools On The Hill (2012)
Ordinary citizen Jerrol LeBaron tries to get a law passed that would require state and federal legislators to read and understand all bills before voting on them.
Four Guns to the Border (1954)
Four Guns to the Border is a 1954 American Technicolor Western released by Universal-International, The film was based on the 1949 short story In Victorio's Country by Louis L'Amour. Produced by William Alland, it was the second directorial work of actor Richard Carlson. The working title and title of the UK release of the film was Shadow Valley. The film was shot on location in Apple Valley, California
Four Seasons Lodge (2008)
Every summer, some Holocaust survivors, mostly Polish Jews, gather at the Four Seasons Lodge in the Catskill Mountains. After moving to America after the war, the survivors sought each other out to create a large family to help fill the void left by those they lost. Though many of them are well into their 90s, at the Four Seasons they play poker, cook, dance and tell jokes, creating for one another a loving experience that is the antithesis of the nightmare they survived.
Dylan White has just emerged from a coma and has no idea who he is or what has happened in his past. He decides to start a new life and get on with the task of improving himself. But Dylan White has a past that is not easily pushed aside and it does not take long for the real Dylan to catch up with the new Dylan. After having a series of horrible nightmares, Dylan White starts to think that he may be closely associated with the crime world in New Orleans. He sets out to find out who he is and runs into his old arch-rival who wants the old and new Dylan White dead.
Free Fall (2014)
Free Fall is a 2014 U.S. direct-to-video crime thriller film directed by Malek Akkad in his feature debut and starring Sarah Butler, Malcolm McDowell and D. B. Sweeney. It follows an employee followed by an assassin and locked in an elevator.
Gnosis, the Secret of Solomon's Temple Revealed (2006)
Find the true secret of the Knights Templar and the mysteries of the ancients. This is the story that has been kept from the ears of mankind for too long. You cannot truly live until you have Gnosis.
God Bless The Child (2015)
Five siblings left on their own have a summer day full of fantasy and chaos.
Good People (2014)
Good People (released in some countries as Getaway 2) is a 2013 American thriller action film directed by Henrik Ruben Genz and written by Kelly Masterson, based on Marcus Sakey's 2008 novel of same name. The film stars James Franco, Kate Hudson, Omar Sy, Tom Wilkinson, and Sam Spruell and tells the story of an American couple, Tom and Anna Wright, living in London who fall into severe debt while renovating their family’s home. The film was released in select theaters and on demand on 26 September 2014.
Great Bible Stories: Volume 1 (2012)
Witness a touching depiction of sacred events from the Bible and Jesus' teachings with this engaging collection of six short films. Gracefully and skillfully presented, this series is an excellent resource for every family.
Great Expectations (2007)
Great Expectations is a 2007 documentary about the history of visionary architecture by director Jesper Wachtmeister.
The film uses interviews to frame the history of utopian and visionary architecture through the 20th century. Subjects include Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, Peter Cook, Buckminster Fuller, Moshe Safdie, Antti Lovag, Paolo Soleri, Peter Vetsch and Jacque Fresco.
Maul Dogs (2015)
Three store owners enter a bowling tournament to win enough money to save their strip mall.
Megadeth: That One Night - Live in Buenos Aires (2007)
Filmed live at Obras Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 9, 2005!
Mogwai: Burning (2010)
Burning, directed by Vincent Moon & Nat Le Scouarnac of the world-renowned La Blogotheque's Take-Away Shows, was shot at the band's three-night residency at Brooklyn's Music Hall of Williamsburg in April of 2009.
Monster of the Nudist Colony (2013)
The Nudist Colony DDD is being terrorized by a monster. The Colony's guest and manager are scared so they call in a private detective, Mr. Hammer. Hammer brings his wife and before you know it she's nude and enjoying everything.
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.
Mythica: The Darkspore (2015)
Mythica: The Darkspore is a 2015 Arrowstorm Entertainment fantasy film. It is the sequel to Mythica: A Quest for Heroes, the second installment in the Mythica series, and is directed by Anne K. Black and co-written with Jason Faller and Kynan Griffin, starring Kevin Sorbo and Melanie Stone. The third film, Mythica: The Necromancer, was released in 2015 as well, while the fourth film Mythica: The Iron Crown, was released in 2016, followed by a fifth and final film, Mythica: The Godslayer.
An overweight man gets over his fear of meeting women when a woman moves in next door.
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Live (2012)
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds: International Magic Live At The O2 - over one and half hours of live and exclusive footage. Stunning concert filmed at the O2 London on February 26th 2012.
No Filter the Film (2015)
Rhonda and Kim Hamilton are two successful cousins with vastly different philosophies on dating. One is sexually liberated (A "Hoe" according to Rhonda) and the other is getting over the break-up of a long term relationship and dealing with work issues (Not getting "Enough" according to Kim). Set in Atlanta these two young attractive single ladies take you on a whirlwind ride of hilarious laughs.
Will (Jamie Bamber, Battlestar Galactica) and Dawn (Stefanie von Preteen, Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief) find themselves in a financial crisis when Will looses the job he was counting on. It’s the dead of winter, the bank is foreclosing on their home, their relationship is crumbling, so they decide to head out across the country to a new city. On a stretch of deserted highway, they pick up a pair of sibling hitchhikers Lee (Aleks Paunovic, This Means War) and Cheryl (Marie Avgeropoulos, The 100, Tracers), who are also in hopes of making a fresh start of their own.The quartet collides with an old man wandering blindly through the snow, hypothermic and horrifically frostbitten, and they discover a wad of cash, a hand drawn map with GPS coordinates, and a single gold coin inside his coat. Although unprepared for a cold-weather excursion through the elements, Will and Dawn reluctantly go along with Lee’s plan to report the drifter to the police as a John Doe, pocket the money and locate the buried gold for themselves. But their treasure hunt into the dangerous and unforgiving wilderness could cost them more than any of them expected….
Of The Land (2015)
Filmmakers explore how agriculture and food supplies have changed in the past 50 years.
One Day on Earth (2012)
A large group of volunteer filmmakers provide footage from every country in the world on the same day.
Pacific Destiny (1956)
Pacific Destiny is a 1956 British drama film directed by Wolf Rilla and starring Denholm Elliott, Susan Stephen and Michael Hordern. The screenplay concerns a young British couple who win the respect of the inhabitants of a South Pacific island during the colonial era.
It was based on A Pattern of Islands, a memoir by Sir Arthur Grimble recounting his time in the Gilbert and Ellice Islands as a cadet officer and Resident Commissioner in the 1920s.
Film credits show Samoa as the filming location.
Tale of the Tribe (2009)
Peter, a progressive film-maker, meets Sara, a gifted psychic, on a winter's night in Times Square.
Taxi (full title Jafar Panahi's Taxi; Persian: تاکسی), also known as Taxi Tehran, is a 2015 Iranian docufiction starring and directed by Jafar Panahi. The film premiered in competition at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Golden Bear and the FIPRESCI Prize. In 2010, Panahi was banned from making films and travelling, so his niece Hana Saeidi, who also appears in the film, collected the award on his behalf.
Teenage Doll (1957)
Teenage Doll is a 1957 Film Noir film directed by Roger Corman.
Ten Days to Tulara (1958)
Three bandits with a fortune in gold are pursued across Mexico by the police.
The American Dream: Volume 2 (1999)
America was discovered almost by accident and settled by those whose common dream was the hope of living a new and better life. Free from persecution, they were determined to form a government of the people, by the people and for the people. Throughout two hundred and twenty years of revolution, civil war, world wars, We are proud to present this comprehensive two-volume limited collector's edition on the history of the United States. Discover how America has become the greatest nation on Earth: from Plymouth Rock to Rock and Roll; from the Declaration of Independence to Independent Counsels; from the Gilded Age to the Information Age; from George Washington to Bill Clinton. America's rich history is an enduring legacy of the human spirit and the power of democracy.depressions, political achievements and deceptions, the American Nation continues to grow and flourish.
The Beautiful Truth (2008)
A 15-year-old Alaskan teenager embarks on a cross-country road trip to investigate Dr. Max Gerson's controversial claim of a dietary cure for cancer.
The Brain That Sings (2013)
The Brain That Sings follows the journey of two Autistic boys in the UAE, 19-year-old Mohammed and 6-year-old Khalifa and their progression through three months of music therapy, which has previously proved some success in modifying behavioral issues in autism.
The Chosen One (2009)
An expectant young couple find their dreams of starting a family shattered when they give birth to a vampire baby.
The Corsican Brothers (2013)
Douglas Fairbanks jr plays Siamese twins, separated by a good doctor [scalpel hemostat sutures quickly!!] after their parents are killed by Vendetta, personified by Akim Tamiroff in bolero suits.
The Doobie Brothers: Let the Music Play (2012)
"Let The Music Play" is the authorized story of The Doobie Brothers from their beginnings as a biker band in California in 1970, through their breakthrough with "Listen To The Music" in 1972, sustained success and line-up changes in the mid-seventies and their change of musical direction and further success following the arrival of Michael McDonald in 1976
The Eyes of the Mummy (1918)
Die Augen der Mumie Ma is a 1918 German silent film directed by Ernst Lubitsch. The film stars Pola Negri as Ma, Emil Jannings as Radu, and Harry Liedtke as Wendland. It is the first collaboration between Lubitsch and Negri, a pairing that would go on to make worldwide successes such as Carmen (1918), Madame DuBarry (1919), and Sumurun (1920).
The Factory (2013)
A killer roams the streets, abducting women on cold, quiet nights. Detective Mike Fletcher (John Cusack) is the one cop on the force bent on bringing him to justice, but it's taking a toll on his family life. His marriage is soon to be on the rocks, and he's out of touch with his son Jed and young teenage daughter Abby. One night, Abby runs away from home and our abductor grabs her, blindfolds her, and locks her in his basement with the others. He's not a serial killer – instead, he's been abducting women to start a family. When Mike learns of Abby's abduction, he puts the facts together and realizes he doesn't have much time. He goes all out to catch the killer and rescue her before it's too late.
The Fifteen Minute Hamlet (1995)
Based on the brilliant play by Tom Stoppard, this hilarious short stars Austin Pendleton, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Xander Berkeley and more.
A Mother's Devotion; or, The Firing of the Patchwork Quilt (1912)
When the trestle her son's train is about to cross is struck by lightning, a mother must find some way to warn him of the danger ahead. This silent film features an original, scene-specific piano score compiled from period appropriate photoplay music.
The Greatest Song (2009)
A music producer and a strict church girl meet and change each other in different ways.
The Great Moment (1944)
In The Great Moment, writer/director Preston Sturges turns to a more serious subject matter focusing on one of the great medical discoveries in modern history. Inspired by the true life story of Dr. William Morton, a dedicated dentist (Joel McCrea) discovers ether, otherwise known as anesthesia, in 1846. The doctor's great contribution to humanity, the tribulations he later faced sharing his knowledge, and his reluctance to capitalize on his discovery, are meticulously laced with typical Preston Sturges humor and drama.
The Kid Sister (1945)
The Kid Sister is a 1945 American film directed by Sam Newfield. The film is also known as All in the Family (American alternative title).
The Kingdom Within (2014)
The film began as a response to a couple of evangelical Christian pastors referring to yoga as "demonic" and "against Christianity". Interviews from yogis, Christians, and scholars comparing these ancient spiritual systems.
The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun (2015)
The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun (French: La Dame dans l'auto avec des lunettes et un fusil) is a 2015 French-Belgian thriller film directed by Joann Sfar and starring Freya Mavor, Benjamin Biolay, Elio Germano, and Stacy Martin. It is based on the novel La Dame dans l'auto avec des lunettes et un fusil by Sébastien Japrisot and a remake of the 1970 film about a woman who is implicated in a crime she knows nothing about and must find out about to prove she is innocent. It won the Magritte Award for Best Costume Design at the 6th Magritte Awards.
The Last One (2012)
Thirty years after its inception, the AIDS Memorial Quilt continues to raise awareness about the disease.
The Man Left Behind (2012)
Chronicles the return of U.S. Army Col. (Ret.) Paul R. Longgrear to the battlefield at Lang Vei, Vietnam, where in 1968 he faced down North Vietnamese tanks and was forced to make the most difficult decision of his life.
The Pact (1995)
Kate and Greg made a pact: if they were both single when they turned 35, they'd get married. That day has come.
The Rosslyn Frequency: Uncovering the Hidden World of the Knights Templar (2009)
This unique film presents startling new evidence to suggest that there is a very real and breathtaking secret hidden within the structure of the now legendary Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland.
The Science of Healing with Dr. Esther Sternberg (2009)
Author and medical researcher Dr. Esther Sternberg examines the role the brain plays in healing.
The Search for Bridey Murphy (1956)
An amateur hypnotist (Louis Hayward) cues a Colorado housewife's (Teresa Wright) seeming other life as a woman in 1800s Ireland.
The Town Inside (2014)
A family struggles to survive after a viral outbreak spreads rapidly and leaves food and water hard to find. When an infected neighbor comes looking for help, the struggle to survive and remain human becomes more difficult.
The Trial (2010)
The Trial is a 2010 drama film starring Matthew Modine. It is based on the novel of the same name by Robert Whitlow and was released September 10, 2010, grossing $19,753 at the box office.
The Ugly Duckling's Christmas Wish (1996)
Omar finds hope and love on Christmas.
Paranormal Adoption (2012)
To ease the pain of their first child's death, a husband and wife adopt a child who is hiding a supernatural secret.
Parasol is a 2015 Belgian drama film directed by Valéry Rosier. It premiered at the 2016 San Sebastián International Film Festival. The film received seven nominations at the 7th Magritte Awards, including Best Film and Best Director for Parasol.