Los inocentes (2013)

A group of young people go on an outing, spending the night at an abandoned hostel called 12 Colinas. Local rumors have it that every December 28th, a curse possesses the building. Ignoring this warning, the main protagonists will start to become victims of macabre jokes.

Player 5150 (2008)

Player 5150 is a 2008 film. It is the last film to feature Oleg Vidov before his death in May 2017.

Princes Of The Palace (2016)

Exclusive interviews with biographers and commentators give an insider's view on the lives of Philip, Charles, William and Harry.

Wings Of The Wind (2015)

In 1946, a young woman struggles to keep her faith while dealing with a series of painful events.

High Kick Angels (2014)

High Kick Angels (ハイキック・エンジェルス) is a 2014 Japanese martial arts film directed by Kazuhiro Yokoyama.

Random 11 (2015)

On one day in February 1966, a series of brutal murders occur in Tokyo. RANDOM 11 follows the decade-long efforts of a detective, to track down the culprits (or single culprit) of these horrible acts as bodies pile up and the truth grows blurred.

Canvas (2017)

Inspired by Vincent Van Gogh's letters to his brother Theo, this epistolary piece set in modern-day Chicago is the story of an artist struggling to find a coherent aesthetic and to balance his love for art with his love for a woman and with his love for his brother.

Ritual (2013)

Ritual is a 2013 American horror film written and directed by Mickey Keating. It stars Lisa Summerscales and Dean Cates as a married couple who must deal with a murderous cult. It was released in the United States on December 31, 2013.

Video Tape Terror (2013)

A VHS fan decides to make his own horror movie.

View From A Blue Moon (2015)

See the sport of surfing as it’s never been captured before in John Florence and Blake Vincent Kueny’s second signature release, this time in association with the award-winning film studio, Brain Farm.

Welcome to the Hood (2012)

Welcome to the Hood highlights the 2 month trip to Switzerland, Austria and France shared by climbers and friends Daniel Woods, Paul Robinson, Guntram Joerg, and Anthony Gullsten.

Zombieworld (2015)

A few desperate humans stand and fight against zombie hordes.

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.

Just Jim (2015)

Just Jim is a 2015 British black comedy film written and directed by Craig Roberts in his directorial debut. The film stars Roberts as a lonely Welsh teenager who is given the chance to increase his popularity when a cool American (Emile Hirsch) moves in next door.

Peter Gabriel: New Blood/Live in London (2011)

Filmed at Hammersmith Apollo in March 2011, “New Blood – Live In London” captures Peter Gabriel performing live with the 46 piece New Blood Orchestra

President Obama's 2016 State of the Union Address (2016)

President Obama delivers the 2016 State of the Union address to Congress and the nation.

Huevos: Little Rooster's Egg-cellent Adventure (2015)

Un gallo con muchos huevos (Spanish: A Rooster with Many Eggs), released in the United States as Huevos: Little Rooster's Egg-cellent Adventure, is a 3D Mexican computer animated film produced by Huevocartoon Producciones. The third film in the successful Huevos film franchise, as well being its first CG film, it is written, produced, and directed by Gabriel Riva Palacio Alatriste and Rodolfo Riva Palacio Alatriste. The film was released on 20 August 2015 in Mexico in 2D and 3D theaters. Pantelion Films released this film in the United States on 4 September 2015.

Vacance (2013)

Three women find themselves blackmailed by a mysterious figure into sleeping with three men on a vacation from hell. If they don't agree, their powerful lives will be ruined.

Victoria (2015)

Victoria, a young woman from Madrid, meets four local guys outside a nightclub. Sonne and his friends are real Berliners who promise to show her a good time and the real side of the city. But these boys have got themselves into hot water: they owe someone a dangerous favour that needs repaying that evening. As Victoria’s flirtation with Sonne begins developing into something more, he convinces her to come along for the ride. As the night rolls on, what started out as a good time, quickly spirals out of control. As dawn approaches, Victoria and Sonne realise it’s all or nothing and they abandon themselves to a heart-stopping journey into the depths of the night.

Watchers 4: On the Edge (2012)

L.A. Marzulli continues with Dr. Leir's latest implant tests, and on to Texas where we probe into the Nephilim. The latest Torah Codes, as well as an exclusive interview with Jonathan Daniels from the Knesset, and finally -- what it is like to die and go to hell?

Witch's Night Out (1978)

Witch's Night Out is a Canadian animated television Halloween special that premiered on NBC October 27, 1978. Produced in a Toronto studio, it was the sequel to the 1974 special The Gift of Winter with the vocal talents from Dan Aykroyd and Valri Bromfield. It featured the voices of Fiona Reid as Nicely and Catherine O'Hara as Malicious, with Gilda Radner as the titular witch. Like the earlier special, Witch's Night Out was produced by Jonathan Rogers (formerly known as John Leach) and Jean Rankin for NBC. It later aired on Fox and the Disney Channel every year from 1983 to the late 1990s. This cartoon film was released on videotape August 5, 1986 by Family Home Entertainment and PPI Entertainment in the late 90's. The film was resurrected once again by the original creator Jonathan Rogers and Animation Director Jimmy Cross and together with a new remastered film they formed Cross/Rogers and released it to Mill Creek Entertainment and This TV Network and in 2016 it's on HULU and Shout TV. Mill Creek Entertainment released this cartoon along with ten more classic Halloween-themed cartoons on DVD September 16, 2014. The Gift of Winter had its DVD release a month later from that same company. WITCH'S GOES TO THE STAGE Jim Dooley, a composer and songwriter who works regularly in TV, has acquired the musical theater rights to “Witch’s Night Out,” a 1978 animated special that starred the voices of Gilda Radner and Catherine O’Hara. Dooley’s Queens and Kings Inc. aims to develop the property into an Off Broadway-scale family musical with a Halloween theme. He’ll work with director Rye Mullis, the director of three editions of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, to develop the show. The Canadian animated special “Witch’s Night Out” centers on two kids who enlist the help of a witch, played by Radner, to achieve some truly monstrous Halloween costumes, and follows the chaos that ensues when the witch accidentally loses her magic wand. Produced by Jonathan Rogers with partner Jean Rankin and originally airing on NBC, the special ran annually on the Disney Channel and Fox between 1983 and 1993, and last year was released as part of Mill Creek Entertainment’s Halloween DVD collection with Cross/Rogers Jimmy Cross and Jonathan Rogers. Dooley currently composes the score for TNT drama “The Last Ship,” and has worked in the past on shows including “Pushing Daisies.” He also wrote the music for the Oscar-nominated short “Maggie Simpson in The Longest Daycare.” No timeline for the stage version of “Witch’s Night Out” has yet been set.

He Never Died (2015)

He Never Died is a 2015 Canadian/American comedic horror film that was written and directed by Jason Krawczyk. It had its world premiere on 17 March 2015 at South by Southwest and stars Henry Rollins as an immortal, cannibalistic loner who has withdrawn from society to protect both himself and others. A miniseries continuation of the film is currently in development. Filming for He Never Died began in November 2013 in Toronto and concluded in December of the same year. The film was released on various video on demand platforms as well as on DVD and became available worldwide on Netflix on March 18th, 2016.

Here Comes The Night (2014)

Estranged friends (Ben Duhl, Kurt Haas) reunite at a funeral and embark on a series of adventures in Los Angeles.

Hidden Agenda (2015)

Detective Matthews leaves the confines of his precinct to track down a sadistic serial killer.

Homecoming (2014)

Katie and her friends become trapped in her deceased grandmother's house, and fight to survive the night.

How We Got Gay (2013)

How We Got Gay tells the incredible story of how gay men and women went from being the ultimate outsiders to occupying the halls of power, with a profound influence on our cultural, political and social lives.

Inspired to Ride (2015)

Cyclists prepare for and compete in the inaugural Trans Am Bike Race, a 4,233 mile long stage race along the TransAmerica Trail.

Jamie Foxx: Straight from the Foxxhole (1993)

Jamie Foxx: Straight from the Foxxhole is a stand-up comedy television special starring Jamie Foxx. It was released in 1993 and was Foxx's first stand-up special. The special was followed by Jamie Foxx: I Might Need Security in 2002.

Jim Breuer: Comic Frenzy (2015)

Comedian Jim Breuer returns to EPIX for his second hour-long special, taped in front of a home crowd at the Paramount Theater in Long Island, New York. As he inches closer to 50, Breuer focuses his own absurd lens on the circle of life-from the hilarious indignities of getting older to the perils of parenting.

Screwed (2011)

After returning home from the Middle East, a former soldier (James D'Arcy) takes a job as a prison guard and soon realizes that the only thing that separates the guards from their dangerous charges is who holds the keys to the cells.

Sesame Beginnings: Beginning Together (2006)

Meet your favorite Sesame Street friends as babies for the very first time! Special appearance by Brandy and her daughter, Sy'rai.

Shadows in the Distance (2015)

A chance encounter leads to a passionate affair.

Shooting The Warwicks (2015)

Shooting the Warwicks is a drama created by Adam Rifkin adapted from his Showtime series Reality Show. It was released in August 2015. Both the film and the series star Adam Rifkin, Constantine Paraskevopoulos, Scott Anderson, Monika Tilling and Kelley Hensley. Also featuring Jude B. Lanston in the supporting role of Lt. Simmons.

Skinned Alive (2008)

A lonely loser (Jack Dillon) falls in love with a cannibalistic prostitute (Melissa Bacelar) who kills and eats her johns.

Son Of The Renegade (1953)

Son of the Renegade is a 1953 American film directed by Reg Browne.

Steven Wright: When the Leaves Blow Away (2006)

Dry, wry and hilariously deadpan, Steven Wright unleashes a torrent of ironic and hysterical thought-provoking one-liners in the quirky stand-up style that has become his trademark. Presented in three segments, When the Leaves Blow Away showcases the work of the Oscar-winning comedian, named #23 on Comedy Central's list of the 100 greatest stand-up performers of all time.

Light from the East (2005)

A troupe of American actors travels to the former Soviet Ukraine to participate in the first cultural exchange theatre project in history and find themselves trapped at the epicenter of a political revolution.

Lac Gioi (2014)

The relationships between three people in China.

Pauly Shore Stands Alone (2014)

Pauly Shore Stands Alone is a 2014 comedy documentary film about Pauly Shore. It was produced by Peter Clune and Joey Vigour, edited by Joey Vigour and Troy Takaki, and directed by Shore himself. It premiered at the 2014 Woodstock Film Festival and was later released on Showtime in December 2014. The film follows actor and comedian Pauly Shore on a cold midwestern tour of small comedy venues in Wisconsin and Minnesota as he interacts with fans and deals with health issues and the realities of mortality.

Little Brother (2014)

Little Brother is a Canadian short comedy film, directed by Rémi St-Michel and released in 2014. The film stars Étienne Galloy as Antoine, a troubled teenager who is spending the day having fun around the city with his Big Brother Julian before the latter's departure for Russia.

Puppet (2010)

Dan Hurlin explores the history of American puppetry.

Queen on Fire: Live at the Bowl (2004)

Queen on Fire – Live at the Bowl is a double compact disc live album by the English rock band Queen released on 25 October 2004 in Europe and on 9 November 2004 in the US. It was recorded live at the Milton Keynes Bowl, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, on 5 June 1982 during the Hot Space Tour. A DVD was also released at the time with the concert and bonus material, such as band interviews and tour highlights. In 2005, the album was also released as an LP, like every Queen album. In the UK the CD made #20 and DVD #1 in the album and DVD chart respectively. In the US, neither the album nor the DVD charted.

Queen Pin (2010)

The drug game is tough but Rhanni has decided to pick up where her dead lover left off. While recruiting a solid team and implementing her plan she discovers she's not the only game in town. Things get heated as Rhanni and her mystery rival fight to gain the upper hand.

Rabbit Over the Void (2006)

In the seventy-first year of the last century two bureaucrats lived in Moldova: the First and Second Secretary of the Communist Party. The Second Secretary was more important than the First, since he befriended the Tsar of the whole Soviet Union - Leonid Brezhnev. The Moldovan Republic prepares for a visit from Brezhnev when Lautar finally asks the gypsy Baron for his daughters hand in marriage.

Refuge (2012)

This heartwarming romance finds Amy (Krysten Ritter of VERONICA MARS and BREAKING BAD) as a young woman raising her two, slightly younger, but overly needy siblings. Amy has to balance her personal life with her responsibilities. But when Sam (Brian Geraghty of BOARDWALK EMPIRE and TRUE BLOOD), a young handsome stranger rolls into town, he becomes entrenched in the family while he and Amy, against all odds, begin to create a life they never thought possible.

Reign (2012)

The relationship between lifelong best friends deteriorates when one becomes a bully and the other becomes a victim.

Requiem for the Dead: American Spring 2014 (2015)

In the spring of 2014, the U.S. was jolted by a wave of mass shootings that captured media headlines. During that same time, more than 8,000 other men, women and children also lost their lives to guns in a dizzying variety of tragic accidents. This moving film reveals eight of these stories using existing media to expose the pervasiveness of gun violence in America.

Rock 'n' Roll Frankenstein (1999)

In this "instant exploitation classic"*, a music agent, a burn-out and a roadie resurrect famous dead musicians to create the ultimate ROCK GOD...with hilariously appalling results.

Rough Cut (2015)

A wave of synthetic diamonds brings crime to the Riviera.

Running Wild (2015)

Longtime friends (Zo Worth, Alden Ehrenreich) work the sexual tension between them by taking a bizarre road trip.

Town of Runners (2012)

Three children from the Ethiopian town of Bekoji move from school track to national competitions.

Trauma (2013)

Survival. Loneliness. Illness. Escape.

Two Way Stretch (1960)

Two-Way Stretch, sometimes titled Nothing Barred, is a 1960 British comedy film, about a group of prisoners who plan to break out of jail, commit a robbery, and then break back into jail again, thus giving them the perfect alibi – that they were behind bars when the robbery occurred. However, their plans are disrupted by the arrival of a strict new Chief Prison Officer. The film was directed by Robert Day from a screenplay by Vivian Cox, John Warren and Len Heath, with additional dialogue by Alan Hackney. The film boasts a rich cast of characters played by, among others, Peter Sellers, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Lionel Jeffries and Bernard Cribbins.

Two Women (2014)

Two Women (Russian: Две женщины Dve zhenshchiny) is a 2014 Russian drama film directed by Vera Glagoleva, starring Ralph Fiennes and Sylvie Testud. It is based on Ivan Turgenev's play A Month in the Country.

Unschooled: Save Our Future (2009)

Students file into Save Our Future, a South L.A. charter high school for at-risk teens. Charlotte Austin Jordan, founder of SOF, is the bearer of bad news - their school has been shut down. Two months earlier, California Charter Academy (CCA) Founder C. Steven Cox, accused of misappropriating twenty-three million dollars, abruptly shut down his charter school, displacing thousands of students throughout California. Save Our Future was a CCA site and casualty. Thus begins a harrowing roller-coaster ride for hundreds of at-risk teens holding on to their dream for a high school diploma. We follow Jordan's emotional and heartfelt struggle to get the school reopened. We witness how the students cope with facing yet another disappointment in their uncertain lives. We observe teachers and staff who come to school on a daily basis for weeks without pay. We meet concerned parents who have seen their children fail in L.A. public schools and fear failure again if they are to return. We see a community bind together as volunteers work to bring the school's facility up to code. The topic of education has suddenly gone from overlooked to center stage. As we continue to make difficult decisions in very tough economic times, which will be of greater funding priority - schools or prisons? According to the U.S. Department of Justice (2003), 75% of state prison inmates are high school dropouts. In 2008, the L.A. Times reported that the high school dropout rate in California is 1 in 4 students; the statistic is even more grim in Los Angeles - 1 in 3. Are inner-city teens really not being "left behind" as our national educational policy claims?

Urban Turban (2014)

A young East Indian man upsets his traditional brother when he falls in love with an American woman.

Vivienne Again (2012)

Dead on the outside. Dying on the inside.

Wanderers of the Desert (1984)

El Haimoune is a 1984 film by Tunisian writer and director Nacer Khemir. It is the first part of Khemir's "Desert Trilogy" that also includes "The Dove's lost necklace" and Bab'Aziz. It stars Nacer Khemir, Soufiane Makni, Noureddine Kasbaoui, Hedi Daoud, and Sonia Ichti. It was filmed in Tunisia.

Warm Summer Rain (1989)

A chance encounter between a desperate girl and an eccentric drifter leads to an erotic adventure that gives the girl a reason to live.

Warren Miller's Chasing Shadows (2016)

Warren Miller Entertainment's 66th snow sports film, Chasing Shadows. Watch JT Holmes, Seth Wescott, Caroline Gleich, Steven Nyman, Marcus Caston and more as they pursue turns on the mountains of our dreams.

Whispers Behind the Wall (2013)

Voyeurism takes a sinister turn when Martin, who has been listening in to his neighbor Simone's life, finds himself seduced into her dark and strange world.

Wodehouse In Exile (2013)

In 1941, PG Wodehouse was released from internment in Germany and persuaded by the German Foreign Office to record five infamous broadcasts to the USA, wittily relating his experiences of camp life. What had been a hit with his fellow internees was met with anger back in England. He had become a pawn in one of the biggest propaganda battles of the war between Germany and the Allies.

True Giants (2014)

WWE presents True Giants, an in-depth look at sports entertainment's most successful gargantuan Superstars from Big Show and Mark Henry to titans like Andre the Giant, Kevin Nash and more!

WWE: You Think You Know Me - The Story of Edge (2012)

You think you know him? Finally, you can know everything. For the first time ever, Edge opens up and tells his complete story. You Think You Know Me? The Story of Edge is packed with new interviews, as friends, foes, and Edge himself reflect on his storied career from his days dreaming of a career in sports entertainment through his tag-team successes with Christian, his historic runs as world ch

Yes, And... (2015)

An aspiring actor-director lives a regimented but lonely life. His routine is thrown into chaos when he meets the girl of his dreams, his best friend decides to move in, and his parents come to visit.

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.

Hollow Creek (2016)

A writer and his secret lover spend time at a remote cabin in the Appalachian Mountains to work on a horror novel. They learn several boys have gone missing, and after the writer's lover also disappears, he tries to solve the mystery.

Hopeful Notes (2010)

Alex is an Italian engineer who has been working in Russia for several years. At the end of his contract, he announces to his friends and colleagues that he will go back to Italy. But, after accidentally meeting Dima, a child who is a cancer patient in a local hospital, he decides to reconsider his future. The boy introduces Alex to the other young patients of his ward , where he decides to volunteer by playing piano. Alex is suddenly engulfed into a reality that is too often forgotten: many children are in a daily fight for their life against frightening illnesses. Hopeful Notes is an inspiring tale about bringing hope to those who have none.

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.

Jannat: In Search of Heaven... (2008)

Jannat is a 2008 Indian crime romance film directed by Kunal Deshmukh, and produced by Mukesh Bhatt. The film stars Emraan Hashmi opposite Sonal Chauhan in lead roles. It released on 16 May 2008 and was a huge success worldwide, receiving positive response from critics and managing to do well at the box office.

Jack Johnson en concert (2009)

In the summer of 2008 Jack Johnson took a trip through Europe playing everywhere from historical venues to classic outdoor stages making it the biggest tour of his career

Scar Tissue (2013)

A long-dead psychopath stalks and taunts Luke, whose future is in the hands of Sam, a disturbed female detective. After they uncover a secret, Luke's world crumbles, and Sam faces demons from her childhood.

Arrival II (1998)

Arrival ll is a 1998 American Science Fiction direct-to-video movie. It is the sequel to the 1996 movie The Arrival with Charlie Sheen.

Secrets of Love (2012)

Secrets of Love is for anyone who's experienced the highs and lows of a relationship and wondered where the answers are to lasting, soulful, and fulfilling partnerships. Explore the body, mind, and soul of love through the teachings of ancient masters.

Sesame Beginnings: Make Music Together (2006)

As you share this video with your young child, you can explore language, rhythm, and sound with your favorite Sesame Street friends as babies.

Sex.Violence.FamilyValues. (2013)

Sex.Violence.FamilyValues (2012) is an award-winning film by Singaporean director Ken Kwek. Comprising three short stories, Cartoons, Porn Masala and The Bouncer, the film was shot over a two-year period at The Butter Factory, a major nightclub in Singapore, whose owners financed the project. The individual shorts were screened at more than a dozen international film festivals, and Porn Masala won the Audience Choice Award (Short Film) at the 2011 Gotham Screen Film Festival in New York.

Shane MacGowan & The Popes: Live at Montreux 1995 (2004)

UK reissue of the former Pogues vocalist/ leader's 1995 solo debut, deleted in the U

Sheriff of Wichita (1949)

Sheriff of Wichita is a 1949 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Roy Barcroft, Lyn Wilde, Clayton Moore and Gene Roth. The film was released on January 22, 1949, by Republic Pictures.

Short Long Journey (2009)

SHORT LONG JOURNEY maps Fedor Gál's attempt to learn about the death of his father Vojtch Gál, whom he never knew. The only lead Gál had at the beginning his journey was the information that Vojtch Gál was murdered by the Nazis in the last days of World War II, on a death march from the concentration camp Sachsenhausen.

Signature Sounds: The Music of WWE (2014)

Music has been integral to WWE history, especially anthems for all the greatest WWE Superstars. These are the songs that let the WWE Universe know that business is about to pick up. Now, count down the timeless anthems of WWE and its Superstars.

Blancanieves (2012)

Blancanieves (known as Blancaneu in Catalan) is a 2012 Spanish black-and-white silent drama film written and directed by Pablo Berger. Based on the 1812 fairy tale "Snow White" by the Brothers Grimm, the story is set in a romantic vision of 1920s Andalusia. Berger calls it a "love letter to European silent cinema." Blancanieves was Spain's 85th Academy Awards official submission to Best Foreign Language category, but it did not make the shortlist. The film won the Special Jury Prize and an ex-aequo Best Actress "Silver Shell" Award for Macarena García at the 2012 San Sebastián International Film Festival. It was also nominated in every category for which it was eligible at the 27th Goya Awards (except for Best Sound), winning ten Goya Awards, including the Best Film.

Sonny Chiba's Dragon Princess (1976)

Dragon Princess aka Sonny Chiba's Dragon Princess is a 1976 Japanese karate revenge film directed by Yutaka Kohira.

Sons of the City: New York (2011)

Follows the story of some of the most successful NBA basketballs stars who played for New York teams. These super athletes went from obscurity to be local and national sports heroes, earning millions of dollars and the admiration of New Yorkers everywhere. Superstars, including Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Tiny Archibald and more are profiled.

Soul Survivors: Angels in Training (2014)

Jack and Tanya become angels and help couples solve their relationship issues.

Special Thanks To Roy London (2005)

An inspirational documentary about the craft of acting, film-making and the creative process.

The Spirit of West Point (1947)

The Spirit of West Point is a 1947 American drama film directed by Ralph Murphy and written by Tom Reed. The film stars Doc Blanchard, Glenn Davis, Robert Shayne, Anne Nagel, Alan Hale Jr., George O'Hanlon, Michael Browne and Tanis Chandler. The film was released on October 4, 1947, by Film Classics.

Spoiler (1998)

Spoiler is an American action sci-fi film that takes place in New York in the far future.

State of Play: Trophy Kids (2013)

The growing obsession of parents in the scholastic athletic competition of their children is the focus of this installment in HBO Sports innovative documentary series.

Steve Byrne: Happy Hour (2008)

Steve Byrne is one of the fastest rising stars in stand-up comedy, having won the MySpace "Stand Up Or Sit Down Comedy Challenge" at the HBO Comedy Festival in Las Vegas. You've seen him on NBC's The Real Wedding Crashers and his standup has been featured on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live and The Late Late Show. Growing up with a Korean mother and an Irish father has given Byrne a wealth of experience to draw from. In Happy Hour, his sold-out comedy event taped in Los Angeles, Byrne covers everything from how to lay down like a man, to the nutritional benefits of macaroni and cheese, to how to make love Bruce Lee style.

Steve Phoenix: The Untold Story (2012)

Jack Sparks is a reporter for his public access TV program "The Untold Story" on cable, channel 23, for his native fishtown neighborhood. Jack receives an anonymous tip on "the really big untold story," he jumps at the opportunity to investigate, and breaks out of his normal routine. He discovers this band called Steve Phoenix.

Stones in Exile (2010)

Stones in Exile is a 2010 documentary film about the recording of the 1972 The Rolling Stones album Exile on Main St. Directed by Stephen Kijak, it premiered at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. It had its worldwide premiere on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Fallon announced on his show that he would mark the re-release of the album with a week's worth of musicians performing songs from the album. The final night of the week, he held the premiere.

Strange Blood (2015)

Strange Blood is a 2015 horror feature film by Chad Michael Ward. The movie stars Robert Brettenaugh as a brilliant but obsessive scientist who goes to extremes to develop a universal cure for all disease. The film received its world premiere on 30 January 2015 in Turkey and in the United States in April 2015.

June Cabin (2007)

A summer getaway in the woods takes a terrifying and deadly turn for a group of friends.

Kenny Loggins: Live from the Grand Canyon (1992)

Kenny Loggins brings his smoothest hits plus tracks from his Leap Of Faith album to a majestic venue in Live From The Grand Canyon. This set includes spirited versions of “Danny’s Song,” “This Is It,” “Conviction Of The Heart” and more.

Killer Holiday (2013)

A startling motive is revealed when psychotic killer Melvin ‘Spider’ Holiday stalks eight unsuspecting teenage victims along old Route 66. As they get further and further from civilization anxiety starts to build as each stop along the way proves stranger then the last until the group is lured to an abandoned amusement park with a horrifying past. Soon they discover that the park comes complete with broken down carnival rides, the smell of death and a killer ready to give them one ticket to hell.

Knock Knock, It's Tig Notaro (2015)

Knock Knock, It's Tig Notaro is a 2015 stand-up comedy tour documentary film starring Tig Notaro and Jon Dore. The film premiered on March 16, 2015 at the South by Southwest Film Festival and aired on Showtime on April 17, 2015.

Legend (2013)

Legend, from director Ridley Scott (Blade Runner, Gladiator), is a visually stunning fantasy-adventure in which pure good and evil battle to the death amidst spectacular surroundings. Set in a timeless mythical forest inhabited by fairies, goblins, unicorns and mortals, this fantastic story stars Tom Cruise as a mystical forest dweller, chosen by fate, to undertake a heroic quest. He must save the beautiful Princess Lily (Mia Sara) and defeat the demonic Lord of Darkness (Tim Curry), or the world will be plunged into a never-ending ice age.

Lena's Complicated Machine (2015)

Death is Relative.

Life In A Walk (2015)

After he realizes he has not dealt with the emotions surrounding his father's battle with prostate cancer, Yogi Roth invites his father to take a walk, which changes their lives forever.

Living Temples (2008)

The American Southwest becomes a portal to wonder, beauty and mystery in this breathtaking odyssey by Emmy Award winning director Jan Nickman.