It Happened In Brooklyn (1947)
Jobs are scarce. Rooms to rent are scarcer. Times aren’t easy for returning GIs in the years after World War II. But falling in love, that’s easy. It Happened in Brooklyn. And it happens with Frank Sinatra (in a performance critically hailed as the best of his then-young screen career) starring as an ex-soldier and with a lot of humor and Jule Styne/Sammy Cahn songs. “The Song’s Gotta Come from the Heart,” one tune says and, with Sinatra mimicking Jimmy Durante as he socks it over with the affable “Schnozzola,” it has enough heart to envelop all of Flatbush. Kathryn Grayson, Peter Lawford and Gloria Grahame help make the movie magic happen. And most magical of all is Sinatra’s silken delivery of a ballad forever linked with him afterward: “Time After Time”.
Underworld U.S.A. (1961)
Having recognized one of the four men he watched kill his father, twelve-year-old Tolly Devlin swears he'll get revenge, much to the distress of his family friend and fellow witness, Sandy (Beatrice Kay). While in jail as an adult, Tolly (Cliff Robertson) spots the killer, Vic Farrar, and forces him to name his three accomplices - Gela, a drug boss, labor racketeer Gunther, and Smith, the head of a prostitution ring -- all leaders in a crime syndicate run by a man called Connors. After saving Cuddles (Dolores Dorn), a young prostitute who knows too much and has been marked for death by the syndicate, Tolly persuades her to talk to the Federal Crime Commission, under the command of Agent Driscoll, while he works to place himself deep inside the Connors' organization. On the basis of Cuddles' testimony, Smith is arrested, shaking up Connors, Gela and Gunther. When Tolly is ordered to raid the commission's files, he and Driscoll conspire to give Connors phony information that implicates Gunther and Gela and leads to them both being killed. While Driscoll wants Tolly to help capture Connors, now that he's avenged his father's death, his loyalties again rest with the mob and not the law. However, when a hitman reveals that he's been hired to kill Cuddles, Tolly turns him over to the police. Going to Connors' penthouse, Tolly kills the mob boss, but not before being mortally wounded himself. And with Tolly dead, Cuddles' world collapses, but only until she realizes that she can still help complete the quest that cost him his life.
Tammy Pescatelli: Finding the Funny (2013)
Wife and mother Tammy Pescatelli, winner of Comedy Central's "Stand-up Showdown," lives the same life that you do -- except that she makes it seem hilarious in this spirited one-hour comedy special.
Who the F**K Is Arthur Fogel (2013)
WHO THE [email protected]#$ IS Arthur Fogel? is the insider story of today's multi-billion dollar pop music industry that is struggling to survive the meteor-like impact of massive technological change that has affected the business immensely.
Looking for Cherry Blossoms (2009)
Three strangers search for an elusive cherry blossom.
Craigslist Joe (2012)
America is a wealthy, diverse and technologically sophisticated country – yet some say we’ve lost the sense of community that used to carry us through tough times. Today it’s every person for themselves. Have we become so caught up in our own lives that we don’t notice life outside of our bubble? 29-year-old filmmaker Joseph Garner decides to find out. He cuts himself off from everyone he knows and everything he owns, to embark on a bold adventure. For 31 days and nights, Joe will live entirely off the alms of America’s new town square: Craigslist. From transportation to food, shelter and companionship, Joe depends solely on the generosity of people he meets through this massive digital swap meet. Will America help Joe?
The Seminarian (2010)
A gay student at a seminary struggles with a relationship and questions what he knows about God.
Jim Jefferies: I Swear to God (2009)
Whether he's going on about why he hates panda bears or delivering his theory on 'studs' and 'sluts' ('it's easy to be a slut...it's hard to be a stud'), Jim Jefferies is two things: very twisted and very funny. See the Australian comic at the top of his game in this gut-busting HBO stand-up special. Taped before a live audience at the Skirball Center at New York University in New York City, this one-hour show features Jefferies' takes on death (a welcome balm from an unhappy life), national health standards (they're not the same everywhere), taking his dad to see Australia in the World Cup, and much more.
Visible Scars (2012)
A young woman (Jillian Murray) flees to the woods to escape her abusive boyfriend and encounters the ghosts of twin sisters.
Showrunners: The Art Of Running A TV Show (2014)
Filmmaker Des Doyle explores the world of US television show runners and the creative forces they employ.
Manson's Lost Girls (2016)
Told through the eyes of real Manson girl Linda Kasabian, MANSON’S LOST GIRLS takes you on a month-long journey with the women who were drawn to the sisterhood and communal lifestyle founded by the charismatic Charlie Manson. As Manson’s dark and twisted preoccupations are revealed, you witness how free love turned into burglary and, ultimately, mass murder.
The Sender (1982)
The Sender is a 1982 horror film directed by Roger Christian and written by Thomas Baum.
Faced with a stalled out career and devastating family news, Oliver makes an impulsive decision to leave town with a beautiful and mysterious stranger named Lilly. He must decide whether to face reality or stay in dreamworld.
Turkey Bowl (2011)
Ten friends gather to play touch football for a turkey.
Professionals for a Massacre (1967)
Red Blood, Yellow Gold (Italian: Professionisti per un massacro, Spanish: Los profesionales de la muerte, also known as Professionals for a Massacre), is a 1967 Italian-Spanish spaghetti western film directed by Nando Cicero.
Solos: The Jazz Sessions - Matthew Shipp (2011)
Solos: The Jazz Sessions spotlights unaccompanied performances by some of the legends and bright young stars of the jazz world. Designed and recorded specifically for television, SOLOS offers viewers front row seats for an intimate and unique jazz experience. Shot in stunning HDTV with multiple moving cameras and a medley of elegant cinematic lighting, SOLOS showcases an exciting and dynamic variety of jazz styles - from the blues and boogie-woogie to bebop and the experimental. Recorded on location at the spectacular Berkeley Church in Toronto, Canada, each program features complete musical pieces, insightful interviews, and behind-the-scenes footage. With his unique and recognizable style, pianist Matthew Shipp worked and recorded vigorously during the 1990s, creating music in which free jazz and modern classical intertwine. He first became known in the early '90s as the pianist in the David S. Ware Quartet, and soon began leading his own dates - most often including Ware bandmate, leading bassist William Parker - and recording a number of duets with a variety of musicians, from the legendary Roscoe Mitchell to violinist Mat Maneri, who began appearing on recordings in the 1990s. Through his range of live and recorded performances, and unswerving individual development, Shipp came to be regarded as a prolific and respected voice in creative music by the decade's close.
Fantômas: The False Magistrate (1914)
In Part Five of Louis Feuillade's 5 1/2-hour epic follows Fantômas, the criminal lord of Paris, master of disguise, the creeping assassin in black, as he is pursued by the equally resourceful Inspector Juve.
The Psychologist (2012)
George Phibbs is an anxious man who had another very strange dream last night. He's
very confused about what it means for him. He has been recommended to see a
psychologist who will solve all his problems once and for all - a Freudian psychologist
specializing in dream interpretation by the name of Nikita Katushova.
But as the session begins George begins to wonder what he has got himself in for. The
answers he gets are not the answers he wants to hear and Nikita's method has more
than a little madness in it. She certainly doesn't beat around the bush. Yet somehow
through the course of the session George comes out a changed man and Nikita's off the
wall technique seems to really get to the root of the problem! But will she reveal the
mystery around where she received her controversial training?
"Family" is an award winning, drama/comedy centering on the lives of a group of beautiful lesbian friends who all experience continual strife in their personal and professional lives as a result of being "closeted." Some of the women must deny and reject the women they love while others struggle with the suffocating confines of closetedness for the sake of their careers. When the strain becomes too great, the women forge a pact to come out together within thirty days in every significant relationship and situation in their life. "Family" has garnered many rave reviews sited for "...strong acting and filmmaking...engaging and well-realized storylines (METROWEEKLY)." The DVD is loaded with extras including interactive menus, scene selections, director's commentary, outtakes, deleted scenes, cast and director's interview, and more. Don't miss this groundbreaking film!
OxyContin Blues (2011)
Inspired by the death of Heath Ledger, OxyContin Blues is a raw, unflinching look inside an actor's struggle with prescription pill addiction. A producer kidnaps a drug addicted movie star, and takes him to a remote seaside cabin.
A stranger on a bus changes a woman's negative view of the world.
Cinematic Titanic: War of the Insects (2011)
(1966, aka GENOCIDE) Yusuke Kawazu, Emi Shindo, Kathy Moran, Ralph Jesser. Its man against bugs in this cool sci-fi shocker. A plane carrying an atomic bomb is attacked by a new strain of killer bees. The bees have been created by a crazed scientist who has ideas of world domination. This colorful, seldom-scene Japanese sci-fi thriller is pretty wild. Color, scope, 16mm.
Grey Matter (2012)
Misplaced love and badly kept secrets.
Khal Nayak (1993)
Khal Nayak is a 1993 Indian Hindi action thriller film produced and directed by Subhash Ghai. The story centres on the escape and attempted capture of terrorist criminal Ballu by Inspector Ram and his girlfriend officer Ganga. The film was the second highest grossing Hindi film of 1993 and the fourth highest grossing Hindi film of the 1990s decade.
Love from a Stranger (1947)
Love from a Stranger is a 1947 American film directed by Richard Whorf and starring John Hodiak and Sylvia Sidney. The film is also known as A Stranger Walked In in the United Kingdom.
Mac Daddy & the Lovers (2015)
A ladies' man enjoys breaking women's hearts until he falls in love.
Madder Than a Full Moon Dog (2013)
Behind the scenes of the 2012 Full Moon Dog Festival in Leeds, England.
Maids (Portuguese: Domésticas) is a 2001 Brazilian film directed by Fernando Meirelles and Nando Olival. It is based on the play of the same name by Renata Melo, and has received multiple awards and nominations.
Manowar: Live at Magic Circle Festival 2008 (2015)
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of their legendary album, "Kings Of Metal", MANOWAR served a special feast to the 35,000 metal warriors attending Magic Circle Festival 2008: During the 4-day festival the band performed their first 6 albumns in their entirety.
Save the Last Dance 2 (2006)
Save the Last Dance 2 (also known as Save the Last Dance 2: Stepping Up) is a 2006 dance drama film and a sequel to the 2001 film Save the Last Dance. It was released to DVD on October 10, 2006 by Paramount Home Entertainment and MTV. While featuring some returning characters, none of the original cast (including Julia Stiles and Sean Patrick Thomas) are retained from the original film. R&B singer Ne-Yo makes an appearance in the film.
A fatal car crash lands a young man (Shiloh Fernandez) at the line between reality and oblivion.
Stolen Summer (2002)
A young Catholic boy, Peter O'Malley, thinks he’s on a divine mission to help a dying Jewish friend, Danny Jacobsen, get into heaven through religious conversion. On an unforgettable adventure marked by conflict and discovery, Pete and Danny will together learn the true meaning of hope and friendship.
The Second Civil War (1997)
The Second Civil War is a satirical comedy film made for the HBO cable television network and first shown on March 15, 1997.
Shrunken Heads (1994)
Shrunken Heads is a 1994 American horror film directed by Richard Elfman and written by Matthew Bright. It is Full Moon Entertainment's first theatrical feature, and the last film in which Julius Harris appeared.
Director Elfman's brother, Danny Elfman, provided the main theme music for the film, while the rest of the score was created by Richard Band. Richard's son, Bodhi Elfman, appeared in the film as Booger Martin.
Switch is a 2011 French action film directed by Frédéric Schœndœrffer.
U.N. Fever (2008)
U.N. Fever follows three teams of students of college students - The City College of New York, Freie Universitaet Berlin, and Pace University in Pleasantville NY -- as they prepare to compete in an international Model U.N. competition. These passionate young people are among our future world leaders. They seek real-life solutions to today's global crises. The film peers into their lives as they undergo the dramas, breakdowns and triumphs of what will to turn out to be a life-altering experience. This is a character-led story leaving audiences feeling hopeful about the next generation and its commitment to world peace, human rights and justice. An excellent way to introduce your students to the exuberance and value of Model U.N. participation.
UFC 181: Hendricks vs. Lawler II (2014)
UFC 181 will have the eyes of the world watching, with a double main event on December 6th in Las Vegas. In the first main event, the UFC lightweight title will be on the line as Anthony "Showtime" Pettis defends his belt for the first time against his coaching rival on The Ultimate Fighter, former Strikeforce champion Gilbert "El Nino" Melendez. Then, UFC welterweight champion Johny "Bigg Rigg" Hendricks and veteran knockout artist "Ruthless" Robbie Lawler meet in a rematch of their epic five-round title bout at UFC 171 that is guaranteed to produce fireworks.
Orgasmic Birth: The Best-Kept Secret (2008)
Orgasmic Birth: The Best-Kept Secret (also called Orgasmic Birth: 11 Mothers, 12 International Experts or just Orgasmic Birth) is a 2008 documentary film that examines the intimate nature of birth. It had been shown at women's and film festivals since May 2008, before being shown for the first time in primetime on January 2, 2009 by ABC’s 20/20.
The documentary follows the journey of eleven women through labour, presenting how blissful birth can be. Interviews with experts, (doulas, doctors, midwives, gynecologists, anthropologists, neonatologists, nurses, Lamaze educators, and mothers and fathers) explore how the birthing process has become a medical procedure rather than a natural process. Noted narrators include Ina May Gaskin.
While the documentary features several mothers who claim to have had an orgasm during labor, it is primarily about natural labour at the home without drugs.
Aashiqui is a 1990 Indian Hindi musical romantic drama film and first installment of Aashiqui series directed by Mahesh Bhatt, starring Rahul Roy, Anu Aggarwal and Deepak Tijori in pivotal roles. The film was known for its music, by composer duo Nadeem–Shravan, establishing their careers along with that of singer Kumar Sanu and music label T-Series. Upon release, it received positive reviews and emerged as an all-time blockbuster. The soundtrack album has been rated the fourth best ever by Planet Bollywood on their "100 Greatest Bollywood Soundtracks".
The Great Sioux Massacre (1965)
A look at what happened to Custer and his troops at the Battle of Little Big Horn. Custer, an outspoken believer in fair treatment for the Indians, is ousted from his post and forced into retirement. Fueled by ambition when a senator convinces him to run for president, Custer decides to upstage General Terry at Little Big Horn.
Decoding Deepak (2012)
Decoding Deepak is a 2012 feature-length documentary film directed by Gotham Chopra about his father Deepak Chopra. It was released in the United States in theaters, on video on demand and digital platforms, on October 5, 2012. It was distributed by SnagFilms, a digital distributor of independent films.
The film is dedicated to David Simon M.D. (1951-2012), close friend of the Chopra family who died of a brain tumor on January 31, 2012.
Bare Belle: En seriemorder fra Selbu (2006)
Brynhild Paulsdatter StÃ¸rset, 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.
The Manhattan Dating Project (2001)
The "Manhattan Dating Project" is an Award winning film about getting digits and finding love in Manhattan. Manhattan Dating Project premiered in Cannes and became an instant hit in New York City, London and Israel.
Dating in New York, not easy and not for everyone. How do you get digits and what can you do in order to get lucky in New York City? Does the "numbers game" work to get hot girls? The real "sex in the city" get´s advice from the young and sexy. How do you get into the happening club in town? What to never say to the hottie #the bar? Critics call the "Manhattan Dating Project" the ultimate source on getting down with the other sex. "The Manhattan Dating Project" also shows you, what really happens in a Limo and "How I met your mother"?
Our Time Is Now: Two Years in the Life of Story of the Year (2008)
In January of 2005, after nearly two years of touring, Story of the Year headed back in to the studio to write and record their second full-length album. By that summer, they had completed what proved to be a more focused, mature record, representing a new level of musicianship and songwriting for the band. They called it In The Wake Of Determination. Immediately after finishing, they began touring in support of the record, which was released in October of 2005. Touring for In The Wake Of Determination brought Story of the Year to new fans, new places, and some of the biggest, most intense crowds to date. As always, cameras rolled and captured the experiences along the way. Our Time Is Now is the story of those two years. It's a two-part feature including a never-before-seen look into the band's writing and recording process, and a home video style documentary of life on the road.
From Two Worlds as a Keepsake (2012)
From Two Worlds as a Keepsake is a Russian film with English subtitles. It is about a young girl's love for her parents, who are separated, during a time of civil unrest in the village where they live. When two cultures collide is when the true problems begin. The director is Nika Shek. It was released in 2014.
The Whistler (2006)
This Chilling tale follows Justin, a college student living in the small town of Willows End who is assigned to write an article about local folklore. he chooses 'the whistler', the local legend of an 19th century serial killer who was cursed by a witch before hanging himself in an old oak tree now dubbed 'the whistler tree'. legend has it, go to the tree and whistle...if he whistles back at you, your dead! Justin's life runs out of control as Halloween approaches and he learns that the legend is very true. its a fight against good and evil, this Halloween, Lock your doors, because the whistler has returned!
The Angel and the Soldier Boy (1989)
A 25 minute animated film without words based on the prize-winning picture book by Peter Collington. Music by Clannad Animation by Alison de Vere For her birthday a little girl is given a pink piggy bank, a shiny new coin, a picture book about pirates and two tiny dolls - an Angel and a Soldier Boy. While she sleeps, the pirates jump out of the picture book and steal the shiny coin out of her piggy bank. The noise wakes the Soldier Boy who chases after them, but he is overpowered and taken prisoner. The Angel sets off bravely to rescue her love and we follow their adventures, out to sea and back again, as they retrieve the coin and bring it safely home to the little girl
Saint Bernadette of Lourdes (2011)
The life of Saint Bernadette of Lourdes, the visionary of Lourdes. Taped in Lourdes and Nevers.
Peninsula is a documentary about surfing in Italy, its history and its present state. It portrays italian surfing though the exploration of much of the italian coastline and describes the passion and dedication of the people that made and are still making what is the italian surf scene nowadays.
It is entirely shot in 35mm, 16mm and super8 film and contains exclusive and unseen archival footage provided by some of the italian surfing pioneers.
In the words of director and producer Luca Merli: ?Peninsula is the tale of a journey, that started more than two years ago, to discover and describe where surfing in Italy came from and what it?s like now?.
Behind the movie is creative couple Luca Merli and Matteo Ferrari, authors of Onde Nostre (Official Selection of ISFFA 2011, Honolulu Museum of Art 2012, San Diego Surf Film Festival 2012 and many more), with precious contributions by Giovanni ?Sbrokked? Barberis (camera & editing), Gabriele Minelli (music consultant) Luca Barcellona (lettering & graphics), Fabio Colombo (coloring), Pino Castellet (sound design) and Jack Jaselli, Erlend Oye and many other artists for the soundtrack
Jamie Kennedy: Uncomfortable (2010)
Jamie Kennedy, with his new comedy movie, shows the audience why he is lauded as one of the best comedians in the world. Through a number of crazy pranks, he discovers that most people have a great sense of humor. This fun ride is a mix of tricks, mischief, and old-fashioned fun wrapped up in the format of a variety show.
When contestants enter this show, they are not just getting the chance to win money, they're getting the chance to enjoy themselves in front of millions of people. Games like the Green Goo Finder, Lost in Pants, and Ultimatra are a treat.
In the June of 2013 a Fijian surfer the world had never heard of, earned the chance to compete against the best surfer the world has ever seen. This is his story.
American Bad Boy (2015)
Samuel’s dream of becoming a famous hip-hop artist is in trouble. With the money gone and the record far from finished, he is desperate. When the man who loaned him the money threatens to confiscate everything, Samuel knows what he has to do. To make it all work, he is going to take it all off. But hiding his new life from his beautiful girlfriend and his father - a prominent preacher in the community -soon proves difficult, as his good looks and talent draw bigger crowds than he ever dreamed.
Bad Girls (2007)
Bad girls just want to have fun! Sassy Adela León (Martha Higareda) - with her tattoos, body piercing and arrest for indecent exposure - wants to be an actress, which drives her father to distraction. She's not exactly what Mexico City's conservative party has in mind as the daughter of their next nominee. So that she doesn't jeopardize his standing in the coming election, Sr. León enrolls Adela in a stylish finishing school for young ladies. Schoolmistress Maca Ribera (Blanca Guerra) promises him that, with a little effort, she can transform Adela into a "domestic goddess." At first, Adela's free-spirited behavior shocks the other girls. But, before long, they come to admire her spunk. By celebrating one another's differences, the girls form fast friendships and, suddenly, life at their stuffy school has become one big slumber party! When Adela is asked to play the biggest role of her life - the hostess of an influential dinner party for her father - she really dishes it out!
Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed (2012)
Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed is a 2012 religious-themed war film set during the invasion of Southern France in World War II. An example of LDS cinema from Excel Entertainment Group, it was directed by Ryan Little, written by Lamont Gray and Lincoln Hoppe and starring Corbin Allred, David Nibley, and Jasen Wade. The film's story has no relation to the events or characters portrayed in the 2003 war film Saints and Soldiers, although both films feature actor Corbin Allred and share a director.
Raskal Love (2012)
Vanna recalls his life in a Cambodian street gang in Pomona, Calif.
Mothers is a gripping cinema vérité documentary that shows how China's one-child policy plays out in the daily lives of women in a northern Chinese village.
There are not a lot of job prospects in Ma, a community of 2,000 in Shanxi Province. Factories have closed, young people are leaving, and declining numbers are more of a problem than over-population. Still, town officials must strictly enforce the one-child policy. In the case of Ma, this means meeting an annual quota for the sterilization of women who have had more than one child.
At the heart of the documentary lies a high stakes cat-and-mouse game. On one side are the male deputy mayor Zhang Guo-hong and the female local director of women's care, Zhang Qing-mei, On the other: a schoolteacher named Rong Rong who is a mother of two - and who has managed so far to avoid sterilization. Now - faced with the prospect of failing to meet their quota - Qing-mei and Guo-hong are determined to make sure Rong Rong doesn't outwit them again. They appear at her house early in the morning, try to track her down through her relatives (including a grandmother who emphatically berates Guo-hong), and hold out a carrot in the form of the residency papers she will need for her second child.
Jenny McCarthy's Dirty Sexy Funny (2014)
Jenny McCarthy hosts an outrageous evening of comedy featuring five female stand-up comics and her own sketch vignettes.
91 Bullets In A Minute (2014)
Evidence comes to light as two infamous cases of police shootings come to a close.
The Hangover Part II (2011)
In the follow-up to the record-breaking hit comedy The Hangover, Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and Doug (Justin Bartha) travel to exotic Thailand for Stu's wedding.
With the memory of Doug's nearly disastrous bachelor party in Las Vegas still fresh—or at least well-documented—Stu is taking no chances.
He has opted for a safe, subdued, pre-wedding trip brunch, with pancakes, coffee...and no alcohol. However, things don't always go as planned.
Two nights before the big day, at a fabulous resort in Thailand, Stu relents. One beer each. In sealed bottles. What could go wrong?
What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but what happens in Bangkok can't even be imagined.
The Ultimate Christmas Present (2000)
A white Christmas in Los Angeles? Impossible! But, when 13-year-old Allie Thompson and her best friend Sam happen upon a weather-making machine discarded by none other than Santa Claus, they use the machine to make it snow, causing a snow day and canceling school. But when the machine gets out of hand and causes no end of problems that threaten to ruin Christmas, Allie and Sam team up with Santa in an attempt to save the day.
Latinos Locos (2003)
A sensational stand-up comedy production showcasing some of America's hottest young Latino comedians, including Carlos Oscar. The film opens as they grace Southern California highways in a classic convertible on their way to a live performance event where they are mobbed by fans upon entrance. Featuring the unedited event including some of their funniest and most cutting-edge material to date. Through their comic eyes, today's Latino experience in the United States comes to live like we have never seen or heard before.
Keep The Lights On (2012)
Keep the Lights On chronicles an emotionally and sexually charged journey of two men in New York City through love, friendship, and addiction. Documentary filmmaker Erik (Thure Lindhardt) and closeted lawyer Paul (Zachary Booth, Damages) meet through a casual encounter, but soon find a deeper connection and become a couple. Individually and together, they are risk takers—compulsive, and fueled by drugs and sex. In an almost decade-long relationship defined by highs, lows, and dysfunctional patterns, Erik struggles to negotiate his own boundaries and dignity while being true to himself. Director Ira Sachs’s fearlessly personal screenplay is anchored by Lindhardt, who embodies Erik’s isolation and vulnerability with a gentle presence. Harrowing and romantic, visceral and layered, Keep the Lights On is a film that looks at love and all of its manifestations, taking it to dark depths and bringing it back to a place of grace.
She's Hot, She's Dead, and She's Pissed. Every hundred years, PocaHauntus seeks revenge on the descendants of those who killed her ancestors. As a woman, a warrior, and a slut, she was the best; building this great nation on it's strongest traits, SEX and MURDER.
Alien Paranormal: Bigfoot, UFOs and the Men in Black (2013)
Are Bigfoot creatures traveling to earth in UFO's, and being covered-up by Men in Black? Experience terrifying, real events as documented by top authorities, including: Aliens attacking a house; Alien Abductions to create a hybrid race; vortexes and more!
Rise of the Chupacabras (2003)
In the murky twilight of a southern Arizona town, lurks the legend of a creature the locals call El Chupacabras, the "goat sucker". More frightening than it's tendency to prey on goats, draining them of their blood, however, is its new found interest in humans. As a modern day gold prospector seeks to find what he believes to be a lost gold mine, the old man who became a hero to the townsfolk years before when he hunted down what they thought was a vampire, knows the mine is actually the lair of a blood sucking monster, either vampire, or perhaps, a creature from outer space.
Home Made 2: The Footage (2009)
More sick and twisted gore and horror from cult Director, Jason Impey. One victim after another suffers at the hands of flesh-eating deranged individuals who have nothing on their mind but revenge, torture, rape and everything else the dark mind of man can imagine. Home Made 2 follows on from the first one, but this time the footage from the notorious Jack Hess has been discovered, and for the first time ever uncut you are about to see the infamous snuff films he created over the past few years to make the ultimate sicko movie! May his victims rest in peace... A B-Movie Cult Horror Classic film from Director, Jason Impey. Sick, perverted and filmed on the lowest budget possible, these films have rapidly taken on a cult classic status all of their own. RATED X WARNING: This film contains images of nudity and violence
After The Dawn (2012)
After chemical warfare devastates the planet, a woman (Nicole Kruex) wanders the barren landscape in search of her family.
Paws is an independent 1997 Australian family film that was released on 25 September 1997 in Australia and filmed in Sydney, New South Wales.
The film stars 15-year-old guitarist Nathan Cavaleri who has adventures with PC - a talking Jack Russell Terrier (voiced by comedian Billy Connolly). The dog is computer literate- skills acquired from his former master allowing him to create a computer program that translates his words into English, with Zac subsequently designing a portable version that can be 'concealed' in a bow tie- and the pair must a stop a valuable disk from falling into bad hands.
Music For Millions (1944)
The women of a touring symphonic orchestra are a tightly knit group, and they’re not about to let the secret they hold slip through the knitting.
They’ll wait until fragile, pregnant bassist Barbara Ainsworth (June Allyson) has her baby before letting her know about a War Dept. telegram that says her husband is missing in action in the WWII Pacific. But Barbara begins to notice differences in the way the women are acting around her.
The all-star Music for Millions is part weepie, part comedy, part morale booster and, all-in-all, a stirring showcase of works by Chopin, Debussy, Grieg and others. José Iturbi adds his gifted screen presence and talents as the orchestra’s conductor. Jimmy Durante provides warmth and comedy relief that includes his nightclub favorite “Umbriago.” And Margaret O’Brien’s endearing performance as “Mike” capped a year that resulted in a special Academy Award® for Outstanding Child Actress of 1944.
Horrors of War (2006)
Horrors of War is a 2006 American horror film directed by Peter John Ross and John Whitney.
Arested for armed robbery, Simon's brother asks him to commit copycat crimes to help get Simon acquitted.
Submarino is a 2010 Danish drama film directed by Thomas Vinterberg, starring Jakob Cedergren and Peter Plaugborg. It is based on the 2007 novel Submarino by Jonas T. Bengtsson, and focuses on two brothers on the bottom of Danish society, with lives marked by violence and drug addiction. The film was produced by Nimbus Film. As a condition from the financier TV 2, half of the cast and crew were novices, which the director enjoyed as it gave an experience similar to his earliest films.
Submarino premiered in the main competition of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. The film won the 2010 Nordic Council Film Prize. It was met by positive reviews in Denmark and has been nominated for 15 Robert Awards.
Baby Face Morgan (1942)
Baby Face Morgan is a 1942 American comedy of errors crime film directed by Arthur Dreifuss. It starred Mary Carlisle and Richard Cromwell.
The film was a notable "B" effort for PRC (Producers Releasing Corporation). Jack Schwarz was producer, and Leon Fromkess was listed as "in charge of production".
The Cinematographer Project (2011)
Transworld SKATEboarding is proud to present our twenty-fourth video, "The Cinematographer Project." We have assembled thirteen of skateboarding's finest film makers to each produce their own original three to five minute short. The result is a truly creative and diverse take on the world of skateboarding. Torsten Frank features Mark Gonzales' thoughts and skating in Europe with Chewy Cannon and Lem Villemin. Christopher Middlebrook highlights an all-Australian section with a host of rippers including Jake Duncombe, Lewis Marnell, Dane Burman and Nick Boserio. Chris Ray filmed an entire Evan Smith part and Dan Wolfe did the same shooting a Dennis Busenitz part with Real team riders Justin Brock, Peter Ramondetta, Ishod Wair, James Hardy and more. Beagle entertains everyone with the skating of Jamie Tancowny, Lizard, Theotis Beasley, Figgy and tons of others. Jon Holland puts Sk8 Mafia in the spotlight with Tyler Surrey, Wes Kremer, Jamie Palmore, Jimmy Cao and more.. Bill Strobeck rolls with Alex Olson, Dylan Rieder and Mark Gonzales to name a few. Russell Houghten amazes with his time-lapse work while featuring skating from Dylan Rieder, Arto Saari, Tom Karangelov, and many others. Brennan Conroy films the Habitat team in a smooth montage with Silas Baxter-Neal, Stefan Janoski, Mark Suciu and others. Mike Manzoori skates the city streets at night with Jose Rojo, Kyle Leeper, Rodrigo TX, and a host of others. RB Umali shot an all NYC groove with Zoo York and Brandon Westgate, Chaz Ortiz, Eli Reed and more. Lee Dupont focuses on Washington Street Skate park with Pat Duffy, Kyle Berard, Matt Mumford, Danny Dicola and many others. And finally Alien Workshop has a power driven montage that will knock your socks off featuring the entire Alien team with an added focus on Gilbert Crockett and Jake Johnson. Needless to say, this video has something to offer everyone.
The Last Rites Of Joe May (2011)
The Last Rites of Joe May is a 2011 American drama film written and directed by Joe Maggio. The film stars Dennis Farina, Jamie Anne Allman, Ian Barford, Meredith Droeger, Chelcie Ross and Gary Cole. The film was released on November 4, 2011, by Tribeca Film.
War of the Range (1933)
(1933, Freuler/Monarch) Tom Tyler, Lane Chandler, Caryl Lincoln. First time on video! Here's one that hasn't been around since the earliest day of TV. Tom plays a cowpuncher who tries to avert a range war between his stubborn father and a shifty rancher. Tom's told to hit the road by Dad though, when he defends a nester family settling on their land. 16mm.
Shoot Me. Kiss Me. Cut! (2015)
Amateur filmmakers team up to win a movie contest.
One Too Many Mornings (2010)
One Too Many Mornings is a 2010 independent comedy film directed by Michael Mohan, who co-wrote the film with Anthony Deptula and Stephen D.B. Hale. Deptula and Hale also star in the film alongside Tina Kapousis, Red State Update's Jonathan Shockley, and the Actors' Gang's V.J. Foster. Its title references Bob Dylan's song One Too Many Mornings, and an original theme song with the same title was written and performed for the movie by Brad Breeck of The Mae Shi. Unlike many mumblecore films, the film plays out entirely in black and white, and was shot over the span of 2 years.
Director Michael Mohan currently directs music videos for Dangerbird Records. Members of Dangerbird band Division Day make cameos as extras in the film.
One Too Many Mornings was announced as a noncompetition entry at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival on December 3, 2009.
Treasure Playground (2015)
Treasure Playground is an exciting adventurous mystery film created by Sue ellen Randolph. Two kids accompanied by one Nanny stumbled on a pirate's head in the playground and by that head...there was a clue.....a clue to find the hidden treasure. Within this video there is also two more shows, Skeleton in my Crib an animation comedy and "Kappa Claw" which is a learning fun show for kids. In Kappa Claw there is also dancing and singing of nursery rhymes.
Something, Anything (2015)
Something, Anything is a 2014 American independent film written and directed by Paul Harrill. The film was produced by Ashley Maynor, and stars Ashley Shelton, Bryce Johnson, and Linds Edwards.
Queen: Under Review 1946-1991 - The Freddie Mercury Story (2007)
In the 1980s Queen became the confident, mature yet still challenging band they'd always threatened to be. Unlike many groups who'd broken through in the early 1970s, Queen were unaffected by the onslaught of punk; they were neither old wave nor new wave, they were just Queen. Queen - Under Review 1980 -1991 features live and studio performances by the group, rare interviews and a host of other features all interspersed with the independent review and criticism from a panel of esteemed experts. These include; broadcaster, journalist and long term friend of Freddie Mercury, Paul Gambaccini; music author and Classic Rock Magazine journalist, Malcolm Dome and many others.
The Buddha (2010)
The Buddha is a 2010 PBS documentary directed by David Grubin and narrated by Richard Gere. The film follows the story of the Gautama Buddha's life and discusses the history and teachings of Buddhism.
40 Years of One Night Stands (2008)
40 Years of One Night Stands is the extraordinary account of two British adventurers who, in 1939, moved to the prairie town of Winnipeg and started an amateur dance club, now known internationally as The Royal Winnipeg Ballet Company.
Gone Dark (2013)
After Jack (Pascal Cooper) fakes his death, his little sister blames his ex-partners and begins hunting them down.
Hold on Me (2011)
Tom and Eve's relationship from inception to destruction.
The Angry Silence (1960)
Young factory worker, Tom Curtis stands up against bullying union leaders and refuses to take part in an unofficial, wildcat strike. As a result he is immediately ostracised by his fellow colleagues and is victimised by the union.
The story of Float is set against the backdrop of the homophobic climate in the Caribbean, a world where no LGBT stories are celebrated. Jonny is a young obsessive-compulsive white Bahamian artist who faces loosing his scholarship at a local University if he does not live up to the potential that his teachers believe he can. Inspired by this challenge and wanting to get away from homophobic bullies and his alcoholic father, Jonny chooses to escape for a weekend to the under populated and dramatic Bahamian island of Eleuthera where, by chance, he meets Romeo. Together these two embark on a series of adventures that inspire Jonny to paint but also forces him to let his guard down and allow real intimacy without fear. However things are shaken up when Romeo's girlfriend shows up and puts an end to Jonny's romantic dreams. Jonny must choose between finally giving up on love, career and his happiness or moving forward fearlessly and courageously. Float is not just a gay love story but a universal story-a story about being different in a world that wants us to all be the same. It is a story of finding value in our truths and loving our loved ones unconditionally. A story about a community and a nation, and, at the same time it is about taking charge of our lives and unlocking the power that burns deep inside of us to create something bigger than ourselves.
Stick 'Em Up! Reloaded (2015)
When the city is your gallery, the streets are your canvas ... you better move quick.
Welcome to the shadowy world of the street art subculture.
The Spirit of '76 (1990)
The Spirit of '76 is a 1990 comedy film that spoofs American culture of the mid-1970s. It stars David Cassidy, Carl Reiner, Rob Reiner, Olivia d'Abo, and the rock groups Redd Kross and Devo. The movie was released on October 12, 1990.
Into the Black (2004)
Neil Murphy (Paul Sacks) returns to his hometown, after an eight year absence, to attend the wake of his best friend Danny Sherman (Zach Nightingale). However Neil doesn't quite receive such a warm we...
Compulsion is a 2013 Canadian psychological dark comedy film directed by Egidio Coccimiglio and starring Heather Graham, Carrie-Anne Moss, Kevin Dillon, and Joe Mantegna. The movie is based on the South Korean film 301, 302 directed by Park Chul-soo, which also serves as a remake. It focuses on two women occupying neighboring apartments, each one grappling with psychological disorders that begin to overtake their lives.
The movie opened for limited release on June 21, 2013.
Ruby Skye P.I.: The Haunted Library (2012)
Is a ghost haunting the spooky old O'Deary Library? Teen detective Ruby Skye can't believe it. But how else do you explain the creepy shadows, the late-night noises, and the flying books!? As Ruby starts her investigation, a second mystery drops into her lap. Ava O'Deary - the owner of the library - dies and her Last Will and Testament is missing. Before you say "long lost relative", O'Deary descendants descend with plans to squander Ava's fortune, burn the books and turn the historic library into condos. Ruby can't let that happen. Ruby soon finds herself in a battle of wits with a ghost and a race against time to find Ava's will and save the library.
Nights with Théodore (2012)
A romantic connection blossoms between two young Parisians during a succession of dreamlike nocturnal visits to a singular, beguiling park. Anna meets Theodore at a party, and together they impulsively climb the fence and enter the a nearby city park, an unusual and striking hillside public garden in northeastern Paris. The two part at dawn, but find themselves drawn back the following night, and, falling in love under the park's spell, embark on nightly explorations of its topographic mysteries, gradually discovering that, despite feeling entirely alone in the world, they may not be the only ones drawn to this magical place.
The Savage Innocents (1960)
The Savage Innocents is a 1960 film, adapted from the novel Top of the World by Swiss writer Hans Rüesch.
The screenplay was mainly written by its director, Nicholas Ray, who shot the film in the Canadian Arctic (with interiors shot in Britain's Pinewood Studios and in Rome's Cinecittà studios). The film was an international co-production, with British, Italian and French interests involved; in the United States it was released by Paramount Pictures. It was entered in the 1960 Cannes Film Festival.
Shadow: Dead Riot (2006)
Shadow: Dead Riot is a 2006 horror film directed by Derek Wan and starring Tony Todd and Carla Greene.
Lulu Belle (1948)
A Mississippi torch singer (Dorothy Lamour) uses a lawyer (George Montgomery), a boxer, a gambler (Albert Dekker) and a railroad baron.
Tender Is the Night (1962)
Against the counsel of his friends, psychiatrist Dick Diver (Jason Robards Jr.) marries Nicole Warren (Jennifer Jones), a beautiful but unstable young woman from a moneyed family. Thoroughly enraptured, he forsakes his career in medicine for life as a playboy, until one day Dick is charmed by Rosemary Hoyt (Jill St. John), an American traveling abroad. The thought of Dick possibly being attracted to someone else sends Nicole on an emotional downward spiral that threatens to consume them both.
Graham Parker & the Figgs: Live at the FTC (2010)
Rock legend Graham Parker ignites the stage with mighty backup from The Figgs in this rip-roaring new show celebrating the release of his 20th bestselling album. Join an enthusiastic audience as Parker and company tear through 21 hit songs including "Life Gets Better," "Mercury Poisoning," and "My Love's Strong," all in spectacular 5.1 audio! In addition to the full concert, you also get a fascinating career-spanning interview with Parker about his life and music, unavailable anywhere else! Featuring all of Graham Parker's trademark musical virtuosity, unforgettable hooks, and dazzling wit, this essential performance captured on April 23, 2010, in Fairfield, Connecticut at FTC's StageOne is a major music event you can't afford to miss! Songs: Chloroform, Turn It into Hate, It's My Party (But I Won't Cry), England's Latest Clown, Hole in the World, Life Gets Better*, Weather Report, Broken Skin, You Hit the Spot, My Love's Strong, Black Lincoln Continental, Blue Highways, Bring Me a Heart Again, Beancounter, Local Boys, Local Girls, White Honey, Snowgun*, Mercury Poisoning, 1st Responder, Soul Shoes. (*Not on CD)
Money Movers (1978)
Money Movers is a 1978 Australian crime action drama film directed by Bruce Beresford. The film was based on the book Money Movers by Devon Minchin, founder of Metropolitan Security Services. The story deals loosely with two real-life events, the 1970 Sydney Armoured Car Robbery where A$500,000 was stolen from a Mayne Nickless armoured van, and a 1970 incident where A$280,000 was stolen from Metropolitan Security Services' offices by bandits impersonating policemen. Money Movers is "one of the few films of the 1970s that deal with crime and police corruption as an entrenched state of being, and one of the earliest to embrace extremely violent action."
Sonic Rock Solstice 2010 (2011)
Recorded over three days during the 2010 Summer Solstice at Penmaenau Farm, Builth, Wales. The headlining Hawklords (featuring Nik Turner & Ron Tree of Hawkwind) are here in all their glory as well as some tracks from support acts Gunslinger, Litmus, Pre-Med, Dr Has Been, Quintessence, Darxtar, Anubis and more. Four hours of Sonic Rock!