Blood Equity (2009)

Former NFL players discuss health problems following retirement.

Crew 2 Crew (2012)

An aspiring dancer (Andres Londono) leaves his job, family and lover to pursue his career in Rome, but an old secret threatens to destroy his new life.

The 5 Keys to Mastery (2005)

In The 5 Keys to Mastery, author George Leonard explores the personality traits and mental attitudes that help people in different fields of expertise reach the top, and how one can train oneself to succeed. Leonard is joined by a handful of successful people who offer their own perspectives, including Carlos Santana, B.B. King, Linus Torvalds, Julius Axelrod, Wendy Rieger, and more.

Love in India (2009)

Desperate to understand how the culture that gave birth to the Kama Sutra could now ban sex education and forbid couples to exchange even a short kiss in public; a young couple, Q and Rii, begin a journey through modern India and their own romance.

No Rest for the Wicked (2011)

No Rest for the Wicked (Spanish: No habrá paz para los malvados) is an 2011 Spanish thriller film directed by Enrique Urbizu, written by Urbizu and Michel Gaztambide and starring José Coronado, Juanjo Artero and Helena Miquel. The film won six Goya Awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Original Writing and Best Leading Actor.

Ufo Chronicles Files (2013)

Whether you believe in UFOs or not, this movie is one that will leave you with questions. Investigtive reporter Sean Morton goes behind the scenes of some of the most noted UFO cases to try to determine whether they might be authentic or not. One of the cases that he is known for is Area 51, and this is the prominent case that he explores as he tries to expose the government in a cover up of the incident.

Hell to Pay (2006)

When two brothers -- one a decorated soldier, the other a gambler -- fall in love with the same woman in a small mining town, they become divided and one is left to face ruthless killers on his own.

Bringing Balanchine Back (2006)

New York City Ballet: Bringing Balanchine Back tells the story of New York City Ballet's historic visit to St. Petersburg, Russia to perform at the famed Mariinsky Theater, where ballet legend and NYCB co-founder George Balanchine received his training and began his career. One of the most famous theaters in the world, the Mariinsky is where Tschaikovsky created The Nutcracker and The Sleeping Beauty, and where other greats of the ballet world such as Nureyev, Nijinsky and Baryshnikov took their first ballet steps.

Arrowhead (1953)

Arrowhead is a 1953 western Technicolor film directed by Charles Marquis Warren and starring Charlton Heston and Jack Palance. The film is based on the novel Adobe Walls by W.R.Burnett. The screenplay was also by Charles Marquis Warren.

Wages Of Sin (2006)

An evil presence haunts a group of friends at an isolated house.

The X Files: I Want to Believe (2008)

The X-Files: I Want to Believe is a 2008 American supernatural thriller film directed by Chris Carter and written by both Carter and Frank Spotnitz. It is the second feature film installment of The X-Files franchise created by Carter, following the 1998 film. Three main actors from the television series, David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, and Mitch Pileggi, reappear in the film to reprise their respective roles as Fox Mulder, Dana Scully, and Walter Skinner.

Heal Your Self (2011)

Heal Your Self speaks to some of the greatest authorities on health today who talk about Food and Nutrition, Emotional and Environmental Stress, The Power of the Mind, Self-Education, Meditation, Love, plus practical steps you can take.

The Lost Thing (2011)

A boy finds a strange creature on the beach and tries to find it a home.

Cold Heart Canyon (2008)

Heather, a beautiful divorcee finds peace in the secluded Laurel Canyon. But, all is not so quiet in the canyon that holds forbidden secrets. Things start to heat up, when Heather meets an attractive couple, Marisa and Daniel, whose intentions are to lure her into a life of eroticism. When Marisa mysteriously disappears, Heather is flooded with suspicion of her new lover Daniel. How well does she really know him? Could the man she has given herself to be a cold blooded murderer or just another dark secret in Cold Heart Canyon?

Beauty Knows No Pain (1972)

In 1940, the Kilgore College Rangerettes became the first dancing drill team in the nation. They have been performing at half-time shows during college football games ever since. The first director of the program, Miss Gussie Nell Davis, oversaw the Rangerettes for forty years before retiring in 1979. In 1971 filmmakers caught Miss Davis overseeing the summer camp, where young girls work hard in the hopes of finding a coveted spot in this elite cheerleading group. Beauty Knows No Pain is a film about the young ladies who come from all over the country to compete in a two-week drill, knowing that not all of them will make the cut. Through the difficult but rewarding process, Miss Davis tries to imbue her charges with enthusiasm, energy, and a non-stop smile. The latter part of the film focuses on one member from North Dakota, who, in her second year, has embodied all of the spirit the Rangerettes represent. At the end of the two week camp, the girls gather to see who is in, who has been chosen as an alternate, and who will go home unfulfilled. The girls meet their triumph and disappointment with shrieks and tears.

The War On Kids (2009)

The War on Kids is a 2009 documentary film about the American school system. The film examines American public education and argues that many public school systems are not only failing to educate, but are increasingly authoritarian institutions that are eroding the foundations of American democracy. The War on Kids opened to generally positive reviews from critics.

To Live! (2010)

Keith Deltano faces head-on the topic of teen abstinence, but not in the usual way. Keith is a Christian comedian with a style all his own. With pure energy, Keith combines side-splitting humor, slapstick, and audience participation with Scriptural truths and scientific evidence to confront youth with the harsh risks of premarital sex, and he presents the rich rewards of God's plan: abstinence until marriage and monogamy afterwards. He helps young people know what to say and do to handle the pressures of their peers and today's society. A former teacher, Keith knows firsthand the tough issues today's youth must face. "I wanted to show these kids that God is there for them and to help them through these tough times. So God convicted me to develop a hard-hitting yet humorous talk on sexual abstinence based on Scripture," Keith says. This is a program every teenager should see. It's comedy with a message!

Hard, Fast and Beautiful! (1951)

Hard, Fast and Beautiful is a 1951 American drama film directed by Ida Lupino and starring Claire Trevor, loosely based on the 1930 novel American Girl by sports fiction author John R. Tunis, which itself was an unflattering and thinly veiled fictionalization of tennis star Helen Wills Moody.

The Grail (2002)

Unfolding like an intricate puzzle, The Grail is a smart, comedic film that traces three interconnected stories centered around a convenience store murder and a beautiful Swedish au pair. With dialogue "you can't get enough of" (FilmCentury), a script that is "damn impressive" (Simply Scripts), and a feel that is "a little more Memento than Pulp Fiction" (, The Grail might just be the best written film that you know nothing about. We'd tell you more about writer-director Kurt Volkan's multiple award-winning debut feature but, as Christopher Null of warns, "to explain too much of the plot would ruin the fun of watching the film."

Fratmen Fratpad World Wide Tribute (Part 2) (2015)

Its deadly. The gossip and the memories. Gone by. But these videos and songs will not take that away. Due to high volume of requests to what these songs are about an explanation booklet will be published on the blogs soon called 'Frat Dude Secret Gossip.' It is those typical things when you live in a very boring suburb thinking nothing is going on but no there is a certain house where 100s of hot fratmen are partying like mad all in secret in Arizona. The crazy times we have had this is a tribute to those times, songs about more than 60 fratmen just for fun. Most importantly these songs are non-fiction , they are not random they are about actual people and events all happening at the fratpad. Well...used too..but it is still there. Once again these fratmen make the USA like the coolest funnest place ever, not a single dull moment. This is an all men DVD version which contains music videos that tribute and glorify the hot fratmen all over from the USA because they are just too much fun and you escape reality. This DVD contains both music videos and some raw behind the scenes footage where the men actually get wild with each other. A brand new revised audio album version is also out all over "Fratpad Fratmen (A World Wide Tribute)." Madonna's song and music of Vogue was an inspiration for the song 'The Rise Of Shay in Florida.' Omer Pasha Music Videos

Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Bitty Mysteries (2013)

Get ready for mischief, mystery and marvelous good times with Strawberry Shortcake and her pals! Follow the clues to fun and adventure as the girls learn to face their fears, become real-life heroines and find some missing VIPs (Very Important Pets)! It's friends to the rescue in these wonderful stories about understanding and supporting each other.

Five Across the Eyes (2006)

Five Across the Eyes is a suspense/horror film directed by Greg Swinson and Ryan Thiessen and produced by Trauma One Entertainment. It was shot in 2005 in Morristown, Tennessee, and neighboring Greene County, Tennessee.

The Way of the Gun (2000)

The Way of the Gun is a 2000 American action film written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie, and stars Ryan Phillippe, Benicio del Toro, Juliette Lewis, Taye Diggs, Nicky Katt and James Caan. It is considered a cult film.

Yerek Yereko (2010)

An unconventional story conveyed with a delicate sensuality about two broken souls and a brief encounter reigniting memories and leading to difficult choices.

Magic Music from the Telharmonium (1998)

It was 1906. "Get Music on Tap Like Gas or Water" promised the headlines, and soon the public was enchanted with inventor Thaddeus Cahill's (1867-1934) electrical music by wire. The Telharmonium was a 200-ton behemoth that created numerous musical timbres and could flood many rooms with sound. Beginning with the first instrument, constructed in the 1890's, and continuing with the installation of the second instrument at Telharmonic Hall in New York, the rise and fall of commercial service, the attempted comeback of the third Telharmonium, and ending with efforts to find a home for the only surviving instrument in 1951, this documentary provides a definitive account of the first comprehensive music synthesizer. Video artist and composer Reynold Weidenaar has created a video of image-processing and animation using historic photos and pictures. All source images and dialogue are authentic. Most of the music selections are known to have been performed on the instrument. However, no known recordings of the Telharmonium exist, so the music was recreated on a Yamaha synthesizer.

Universe (1976)

Universe is a 1976 American short documentary film directed by Lester Novros. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

After the Fall: HIV Grows Up (2012)

This 2006 documentary takes a closer look at the epidemic of pediatric HIV that swept through Romania in 1989. The film goes into the horror that swept through the region during that time and those who were willing to risk their own lives to help those afflicted by the disease. After the Fall: HIV Grows Up also showcases those who victims who did survive the epidemic and gives a look into where they are now. The documentary illustrates the courage that not only these young patient but the medical community displayed during this period of time and Romania.

Three on a Spree (1961)

Three on a Spree is a 1961 British comedy film directed by Sidney J. Furie, based on the 1902 novel Brewster's Millions, which had been previously filmed by Edward Small in 1945.

H2mexicO (2014)

Eight stand up paddlers travel to the rugged surf along the Baja coast.

Hero of the Day (2012)

llen, a documentary filmmaker, scores the story of his life when Mark Chambers, a former pro football star with a lot of financial baggage, agrees to be the subject of a movie; he unwittingly becomes an accomplice to Mark's efforts to turn his life around. As the film crew records Mark's daily activities--from selling his championship ring and confronting drivers of suspiciously parked vehicles to riding a roller coaster and gambling at an underground fight club--Allen discovers a whole new dimension to his childhood hero. However, when Mark's impulsive decisions begin to affect everyone's safety, Allen must figure a way to prevent his new friend from traveling down a dark path.

Neil Young: Under Review - 1976-2006 (2007)

This is a documentary film reviewing the music and career of one of the finest songwriters and most significant artists of the rock age, during the second half of his career. Features include: musical performances, obscure footage, rare interviews, and seldom seen photographs. Live and studio recordings of Neil Young classics. Review, comment, criticism, and insight from the following: John Einarson, Robert Christgau, Barney Hoskins, Nigel Williamson, Dave Zimmer, and Clinton Heylin.

Venus of Mars (2004)

"VENUS OF MARS" The eye-catching transgender singer of a Minneapolis glam rock band and hi/r wife negotiate the frontiers of love and gender. On stage, wearing a vinyl corset and stiletto boots, s/he's Venus, lead singer of the glam rock band "All The Pretty Horses". At home in Minneapolis with Lynette, her wife of twenty years, s/he's Steve. Born male, Venus is transgender. S/he's "in between" -- taking female hormones, but not planning to have sexual reassignment surgery. To some, s/he's a pioneer, courageously exploring a brave new world of gender identity, free of categorization. To others, s/he's a freak. "VENUS OF MARS" is both the unique coming out story of Venus' gender-redefining journey, and the truly contemporary love story of a couple weathering dramatic changes in uncharted relationship territory. Director/Producer/Editor: Emily Goldberg Soundtrack: Venus de Mars & All The Pretty Horses. Initial release: May 2004 "Venus Of Mars" was funded in part by a generous grant from the Jerome Foundation.

Interrupted Melody (1955)

OSCAR WINNER: Best Original Screenplay No pretensions. No tantrums. Marjorie Lawrence is a prima donna in the most professional sense of the term. She's a foremost Wagnerian, a soprano equal to the vocal and physical demands of the composer's oeuvre. And she's a beacon of triumph to anyone who fights back when personal tragedy strikes. Interrupted Melody is the acclaimed tale of Lawrence's rise from Australian outback girl to renowned diva and her subsequent battle against polio, which won the 1955 Academy Award for "Best Screenplay," while Eleanor Parker received a "Best Actress "nomination for her work in the title role. With the film's selection of glorious arias voiced by uncredited opera-legend-in-the-making Eileen Farrell, and a stellar cast including Glenn Ford and Roger Moore this is a Melody to remember.

e'Lollipop (1975)

Forever Young, Forever Free is a 1975 South African drama film directed by Ashley Lazarus and starring Jose Ferrer and Karen Valentine.

The Magic Flute (2003)

Bangkok Opera's exotic "Thai-sci'-fi" production of Mozart's popular opera is conducted by wunderkind Trisdee na Patalung and directed by Somtow Sucharitkul. Live from Bangkok Opera's Thailand Cultural Center, this production stars Nancy Yuen, Harold Gray Meers, Saran Suebsantiwongse, and Sandra Partridge. This production garnered rave reviews in the European opera journals such as London's OPERA, who acclaimed its youthful conductor as "a genius".

The Cross (2002)

In 1968, Arthur Blessitt picks up a large crucifix and begins a 40-year journey that takes him around the world.

Into the Air: A Kiteboarding Experience (2005)

Skilled, enthusiastic kite-boarders enjoy their sport for 10 days in the water off the coast of Puerto Rico.

Holy Motors (2012)

Holy Motors is a 2012 French-German fantasy drama film written and directed by Leos Carax, starring Denis Lavant and Édith Scob. Lavant plays Mr. Oscar, a man not unlike an actor who inhabits several roles, but there are no apparent cameras filming the man's performances. It is Carax's first feature film since 1999. The film competed for the Palme d'Or at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.

Bostonian (2015)

Marshal, a wealthy and handsome man, moonlights as a serial killer. After a mistake leaves a witness to his latest crime, Marshal's psyche starts to crack as he goes on the warpath to secure all of his loose ends.

Partly Cloudy (2013)

Everything is baked. The snow has turned to mush and that burn is starting to peel. Fortunately, for those seeking cover from the glare there is a reset on the way. Hot on the heels of Level 1's award-winning film Sunny comes a slightly different forecast. No major disturbances or low-pressure fronts, just a healthy mix of skiing, music, and personality with a low ultraviolet index. Partly Cloudy.

Night Watcher (2008)

Following the unexpected suicide of her mother, Angela finds comfort in her new friendship with Brian. One day she receives a terrifying package containing a voyeuristic tape. The tape chronicles her mother’s final days and reveals that someone had been following...watching…stalking her. As the death toll around town rises, it becomes clear that this is no mere coincidence. The deaths were thought to be suicides, but the truth is far worse.

Cult of the Crystal Skull (2014)

Two brothers wind up at the center of a battle between good and evil after they find a relic.

The Golden Honeymoon (1980)

Charley Tate (James Whitmore: two-time Academy Award Nominee, and Tony Award Winner) is an old windbag, often a braggart, but somehow always lovable. Married over fifty years to his ever-patient wife Lucy (Teresa Wright - Academy Award winner), the two of them are on their Golden Honeymoon in Florida. Everything goes perfectly until Lucy meets her former fiancée who's also vacationing with his wife. Suddenly there's a comic competition between Charley and the old boyfriend for Lucy's attention. After fifty years, cantankerous Charley has to win his girl all over again!

Il Futuro (2013)

Il Futuro is a 2013 drama film directed by Alicia Scherson. Based on Roberto Bolaño's novel Una novelita lumpen, the film stars Manuela Martelli and Rutger Hauer. The film was shot in Italy, Chile, and Germany, and is an Italian-Chilean-German-Spanish production.

Ebony Chunky Love: Bitch Can't Get a Date! (2007)

Ask Keith Price how he is, and you can bet he'll answer "Fabulous!" a term which also describes his one-man show. In Ebony Chunky Love, the NYC-based stand-up comic and Sirius OUT Q radio personality recounts his attempts to find success on the comedy circuit, his experiences as a person of color growing up gay in Texas, and his adventures in dating in the big city. Part Biopic, part documentary, part conversation and produced for only $700, EBONY CHUNKY LOVE: BITCH CAN'T GET A DATE, combines Keith's act, interviews, and cultural analysis, while offering a funny and intelligent commentary on issues of class, race, and body image in the gay community. The film's universal and inspirational appeal has made it a favorite both inside and outside of the LGBT festival circuit. The film's message is clear. When doors are slammed in your face, don't take NO for an answer. Be true to yourself, find your own path and become the role model when and where there are none. EBONY CHUNKY LOVE is ready to make you think-and laugh!

Welcome to Paradise (2007)

Rev. Debbie Laramie (Crystal Bernard) and her son, Hayden (Bobby Edner), move to Paradise, Texas, and start lifting the veil of indifference from the residents.

El Quetzal de Jade (2013)

The murder of a rich man leads a private detective to Guatemala, where a seductive femme fatale pulls him into a tangled web of intrigue surrounding the priceless Mayan jade quetzal.

Daryl Hall and John Oates Live in Dublin (2015)

Daryl Hall and John Oates performing live at Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney from February 2012. Set list: (0:00) Maneater; (5:25) Family Man; (9:54) Out Of Touch; (14:24) Adult Education; (20:16) How Does It Feel To Be Back; (26:08) Say It Ain't So; (33:15) Las Vegas Turnaround; (37:37) She's Gone; (44:03) Sara Smile; (51:20) I Can't Go For That; (1:04:39) Crowd call for encore/Monologue 1; (1:06:36) Rich Girl; (1:11:35) You Make My Dreams; (1:18:15) Monologue 2; (1:20:41) Kiss On My List; When Daryl Hall and John Oates took to the stage at Sydney's Entertainment Centre as the iconic bass line of "Maneater" began to play, the fans knew they were in for a treat. This duo may have been opening concerts with that irresistibly smooth number for years, but it never seems to lose its magic, and the crowd - an eclectic mix of teens and baby boomers alike - lapped it up. Daryl Hall and John Oates wisely reunited a few years ago after a string of solo projects, and although Oates no longer sports his signature 'tache, they put on the kind of show that makes it hard to believe they even considered going their separate ways. Earworms like "I Can't Go For That", "Out Of Touch" and "Kiss On My List" were surefire reminders that these guys are absolute hit machines, and their catchy synth-soul classics probably deserve to permeate the airwaves as much today as they did decades ago. These Philly crooners still have it in bucket-loads, so this show should have everyone from diehard Daryl Hall and John Oates fans to kids of the 80s groovin' along in no time.

Happy Landing (1934)

An action-filled film with outlaws-of-the-clouds at war with the men of the U. S. Flying Service. A young pilot, Nick Ferris, fights to track down a dangerous gang of smugglers and clear his name of an undeserved stigma.

Bob the Builder: The Ultimate Can-Do Crew (2012)

Hold on to your hardhats as the machine team shows what hard work and teamwork are all about in this Ultimate Can-Do Crew Collection featuring ten amazing episodes! See how it all began with Bob and the team working together on a big job, overcoming troubles at every turn! Then it's Lofty to the rescue when Dizzy gets into a sticky situation. Roley must smooth things over when mishaps cause bumps in the road and Muck surprises everyone with some creative problem solving. Join the crew and hammer out some time for fun and adventure in Bob's biggest building collection ever!

Mister Hobo (1935)

The Guv'nor (released in the U.S. as Mr. Hobo) is a 1935 British comedy film starring George Arliss as a tramp who rides a series of misunderstandings and becomes the president of a bank. The film was re-released in England in 1944 and 1949.

Tao of The Golden Mask (2007)

In this mockumentary by stand-up comic Faizon Love, writer/director Love does a send-up on the documentary homage to fabled films and directors. Love's mockumentary uses a unique Thai action film (Golden Eagle) to make the outrageous claim that he, an African-American director, created the first Asian action film with kung fu scenes in it - even before Bruce Lee - but that Faizon never got his due because of race issues and the release forever suppressed. The film interviews people who substantiate his outlandish claims, such as comedian Robert Townsend (who supposedly co-wrote the script) and former heavyweight champ Leon Spinks (who says he was the action choreographer).

The Black Tulip (2010)

The Black Tulip is a 2010 film set in Afghanistan directed by novice filmmaker Sonia Nassery Cole.

Catch That Girl (2002)

Klatretøsen (English: The Climbing Girl) is a 2002 film directed by Hans Fabian Wullenweber. A remake from this Danish blockbuster was made in 2004 with the name Catch That Kid. The film's tagline is "The gutsiest girl since Pippi Longstocking." Klatretøsen was produced by Nimbus Film.

Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of (2015)

An emotionally open and honest film portrait of the biggest boy band ever, THE BACKSTREET BOYS, who take us through the highs and lows from boyhood to manhood that led them back into a London studio in 2012 to write a new album, make a film and plan their 20th anniversary re-launch. The reunion renewed friendships but dynamic shifts reveal new and old tensions that need confronting and resolving. Directed by Stephen Kijak (Stones in Exile, Scott Walker – 30 Century Man) this is a surprising and rewarding journey filmed over 2 years that delves into the extremes of fame/fortune, betrayal and renewal.

Charlie Gracie Fabulous (2007)

Philadelphia Hall of Fame Inductee and Rockabilly Pioneer and Rockabilly Hall of Fame legend Charlie Gracie topped the American and European Charts in 1957 with his monster hit "Butterfly", which sold over 3 million copies and knocked Elvis from the top of the charts. His other 50's hits included "Fabulous", "Ninety-Nine Ways", "Wanderin Eyes" and "I Love You So Much It Hurts". His hits bankrolled Philly's famous Cameo Records. He appeared frequently on "Dick Clark's American Bandstand", "The Ed Sullivan Show" and "Allen Freed's TV Specials" and several major clubs in America and Europe where he was even a bigger star. He has continued to tour in America and Abroad for fifty years. Charlie has been a major influence on several prominent musicians including: Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Van Morrison. Paul recorded an updated version of Charlie's "Fabulous" and Charlie went on the road with Van in 2000, opening for him in L.A. and Vegas. Graham Nash declared that Charlie inspired him to a musical career and contributed vocally on Charlie's latest CD release. Charlie was voted into Britian's Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 and Philly's Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame in 2004 and is a member of The Rockabilly Hall of Fame. Interview's and/or tributes provided from Graham Nash, Andy Williams, Peter Noone, Frankie Avalon, Chubby Checker, Fabian, Bill Haleys Comets, D.J. Fontana (Elvis drummer), The Orlons, Danny and The Juniors, The Dovells, Albert Lee and several industry notable...

Donnell Rawlings: From Ashy to Classy (2010)

Buckle down for some outrageous comedy, performed by Donnell Rawlings. Rawlings took America by a storm when he was featured on a comedy show. Now with a movie of his own, Rawlings is the creator of the two funny characters, Ashy and Larry. From his famous iconic phrase "I'm Rich Bitch!" Rawlings takes comedy to a whole new level. His love for impersonating other celebrities will keep you in stitches. He was born with a talent to make people laugh and he certainly proves it. His humor shines and leaves you wanting more. Laughter is the name of the game.

The Story of the Bee Gees (2011)

This is an incredible look at the life and times of three brothers, Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb, one of the worlds first super groups, taking us on a journey from their roots to the pinnacle of their careers. This is a must for all music fans!

Pillars of Faith: Martyrs to Christianity (1999)

For nearly two thousand years, history has recorded the dramatic and moving stories of those who were prepared to pay the ultimate price for their faith. For these martyrs to Christ, nothing could deflect them from their chosen faith - even as they faced the hangman's rope or the licking flames of a burning fire.

2014 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations (2014)

2014 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations.

South of Hell (2019)

Students at the Ridgemont School of Filmmaking are depressed because their faculty adviser is dead and the dean wants to cancel their production. A guest artist agrees to help them, but the star of their movie -- a ravenous monster -- is not amused. As the enthusiastic but clueless students blunder around a deserted house, the beast wreaks havoc and sends blood spraying to keep its secrets from being revealed.

Rhythm of the Rio Grande (1940)

(1940, Monogram) Tex Ritter, Suzan Dale, Warner Richmond. Seeking revenge on the killer of his pal, Tex rides to Cinco Valley. He is appalled to find the valley's settlers being subjected to theft and terror by a Mexican thug. Great action and songs make this worthwhile. Richmond always makes a great bad guy. From 16mm.

The Road to Emmaus, PA (2008)

This is the modern story of three travelers looking for Jesus between Jerusalem, Ohio and Emmaus, PA. What starts as an investigative experiment ends as a poignant story of post-modern pilgrimage and communal awakening.

P-Tex, Lies & Duct Tape (1994)

Deep powder skiing action from Canada, France and California.

Hybrid World: The Plan to Modify and Control the Human Race (2012)

Hybrid World: The Plan to Modify and Control the Human Race is a documentary which looks into the nature of humanity. The documentary looks at the hidden plans of governments and scientists around the world. These organizations are plotting in secret to further the plans of transhumanism. Transhumanists believe that humanity should be maimed and altered into something other than human. They believe that people should transcend their humanity. The documentary makes note of the fact that transhumanists don't really care if people actually want to become something other than human. The documentary looks at where humanity came from, and where we're going as a species.

One Shoe Makes It Murder (1982)

A suspended Nevada casino owner (Mel Ferrer) hires an ex-policeman (Robert Mitchum) to find his supposedly missing wife.

The Clown and The Kid (1961)

The Clown and the Kid is a 1961 film.

Gol & Gincu (2005)

G&G is a girl-power film about a group of young women in a futsal team, set in urban Kuala Lumpur. The film follows College trendsetter, Putri as she transforms from fashion victim to futsal champion -learning along the way about what is important in life and love. CShe is determined to win back her sports-mad ex-boyfriend by turning into a futsal heroine herself. Facing prejudice and ridicule, and discovering, through her motley futsal team, the many difficulties faced by women in sports, Putri gradually finds within herself the strength and values of a true winner, on and off the pitch.

Libby, Montana (2004)

Libby, Montana is a 2004 documentary film about the biggest case of community-wide exposure to a toxic substance in U.S. history. The film details the story of the iconic, mountainside town of Libby, Montana and the hundreds of residents who have been exposed to asbestos, raising questions of the role of corporate power in American politics. Libby, Montana was directed, produced, and edited by Drury Gunn Carr and Doug Hawes-Davis and was aired as part of PBS's Point of View series in 2007.

The Battle of Neretva (1969)

Battle of Neretva (Serbo-Croatian: Bitka na Neretvi / Битка на Неретви, Slovene: Bitka na Neretvi,) is a 1969 Yugoslavian partisan film. The film was written by Stevan Bulajić and Veljko Bulajić, and directed by Veljko Bulajić. It is based on the true events of World War II. The Battle of the Neretva was due to a strategic plan for a combined Axis powers attack in 1943 against the Yugoslav Partisans. The plan was also known as the Fourth Enemy Offensive and occurred in the area of the Neretva river in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Battle of Neretva is the most expensive motion picture made in the SFR Yugoslavia. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, the year after Sergei Bondarchuk (playing the role of Martin in Neretva) won the honour for War and Peace. The score for the English-speaking versions was composed by Bernard Herrmann. An original soundtrack recording was released by Entr'acte Recording Society in 1974. It was re-released on Southern Cross Records on CD. One of the original posters for the English version of the movie was made by Pablo Picasso, which, according to Bulajić, the famous painter agreed to do without payment, only requesting a case of the best Yugoslav wines.

400 Years of the Telescope (2009)

400 Years of the Telescope: A Journey of Science, Technology and Thought is a 2009 American documentary film that was created to coincide with the International Year of Astronomy in 2009. The film chronicles the history of the telescope from the time of Galileo and features interviews with leading astrophysicists and cosmologists from around the world, who explain concepts ranging from Galileo's first use of the telescope to view the moons of Jupiter, to the latest discoveries in space, including new ideas about life on other planets and dark energy, a mysterious vacuum energy that is accelerating the expansion of the universe.

Amped (2004)

A detective (Richard Poche) investigates the death of a singer (Stuart Brazell) in an all-girl rock band.

The Forsaken Promise (2007)

In November, 1917, the British government made a pledge to the Jewish people through the Balfour Declaration to help establish a Jewish National Homeland in the territory then known as Palestine. After World War I ended, the League of Nations awarded Britain the Mandate for Palestine with the proviso that the Balfour Declaration was implemented along with "close Jewish settlement in the Land." As difficulties arose, Britain gradually watered down her original commitment until the MacDonald White Paper of 1939 virtually closed the borders of Palestine to Jewish immigration. The Forsaken Promise documents the failure of Britain and her appointed institutions and officials, whether military, administrative or political, to fulfill her pledge under the Balfour Declaration and her legal obligations under the Mandate. It highlights a number of tragic events that took place during that period, mainly through the testimonies of people who were victims of those events, participant in them, or eye-witnessed to them. They speak of Britain's political expediency and even treachery towards the Jewish people in appeasing the militant Arab nationalist movement, as well as causing the wholesale misery of many thousands of Jewish people who were turned away from the shores of Palestine in the 1930s and 40s. Through the 1939 White Paper, the British government also made inevitable the deaths of an untold number of Jews who could have escaped Hitler's Final Solution, had they been able to find refuge in their ancient homeland. Here is an excellent resource, thoroughly researched and documented and beautifully produced that sets fourth the perspective of many Israelis on the historical grievances and current tensions in the Holy Land.

The House Without Steps (1979)

A sensuous woman, an angry artist, a mysterious puppet maker, suspicious townspeople, mischievous kids; these are the characters in the film. The setting is Vermont, but it is Walter Ungerer's Vermont. Though beautiful and tranquil, it is charged with an ominousness familiar to Ungerer's films. Anne Davis, a photojournalist searches for an image that she recalls from her past, a house without front steps.No-one cares. Her sister has an affair with her boyfriend. Arthur, a local painter wants fame and a mistress. Only Peter, the maker of gigantic, grotesque puppets understands the meaning of Anne's search. But he is unable to communicate with anyone.

Biophage (2010)

In the aftermath of a massive viral epidemic, a doctor and a military man wander across the American countryside in an attempt to reach their home base.

The Gay Bed and Breakfast of Terror (2007)

A party weekend quickly turns deadly.

Frontier Days (1934)

Henry Jethrow is after the Wilson ranch. He has George Wilson unknowningly sign a note for the ranch, has him killed, and then presents the note. The Pinto Kid, investigating cattle rustlers, accidentally drops his glove at the murder scene and now has a price on his head. He has Beth Wilson turn him and use the reward money to reclaim the note. Now he has to escape jail and find the real killers.

The Wicked (2008)

Saeyoung is a new employee who eventually stands against Leesun, her stubborn team leader. Leesun is upset by Saeyoung's behavior, but she soon learns about ominous stories about Saeyoung. As the stories about Saeyoung are revealed one after another, she becomes a source of fear to Leesun. Saeyoung's stalking-like bullying continues, and Leesun tries to run away from her.

Adventures of Bailey: Christmas Hero (2012)

Bailey learns about a Native American brave who might make his Christmas wish come true. When his actions threaten to ruin his family's plans, Bailey has to make a decision that might make him understand the true meaning of Christmas.

Europe: Live From The Dark (2005)

Disc 1 of this set features an 18-song performance, including their huge international hit "The Final Countdown", recorded in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound from the classic rock venue The Carling Apollo Hammersmith Theatre in London. Disc 2 includes a 24-hour documentary of the band traveling from Tillburg, Holland to London. There are personal interviews about the past, present and the future of the band and also on stage talking about their equipment, and riding around in taxis in London. Also included are two songs from their soundcheck ("Heart of Stone" and "Spirit of the underdog") as well as their latest music videos and discographies. Filmed 11/15/94.

Vampire Noir (2007)

Vampire Noir is a 2007 horror film directed by and starring Scott Shaw, alongside Hae Won Shin, Kevin Thompson, Marciya K. Lau, and Sedreana Saldana.

Arugbá (2008)

Arugba is a 2008 film.

Apocalypse How (2008)

The Mayan calendar predicts that the world will end in 2012, and many believe it's true. This Emmy-nominated Discovery Channel documentary illustrates the variety of ways in which the apocalypse could arrive. True believers will learn how volcanic eruption, widespread plague, deadly asteroids and neighboring stars, and nuclear and biological weapons could each bring about the extinction of humankind.

Long ge (2007)

An unusual relationship develops between an urban Chinese couple struggling with heroin and a filmmaker chronicling their addiction, in this provocative documentary on drug abuse, filmmaking and friendship. For three years, filmmaker Zhou Hao chronicled the lives of Long and Jun, a couple struggling with heroin addiction in Guangzhou. Zhou captures Chinese junkie subculture, its members languishing in a slum flophouse, the equivalent of a modern day opium den. When Long is hospitalized after a failed robbery, Zhou speaks out from behind the camera to intervene. Still, Long and Jun persist, soon dealing drugs full-time to make ends meet. As the couple increasingly offers lies for answers, Zhou must confront his ethical responsibilities to them, as a friend and a documentarian. USING probes a dark, cruel reality of contemporary Chinese society that has rarely been seen by any audience. Addicts disclose techniques for dealing with police, confronting sham suppliers and staying high throughout the day. Zhou's unflinching depiction of his friends' repeated attempts to quit blurs the line between filmmaker and subject, and raises provocative questions about the ways in which each uses the other. (Mandarin w/ English subtitles)

Snake Man (2014)

This Colombian man befriends the most venomous types of snakes. He understands them and challenges whoever he meets to approach them with sympathy. A tale of archaic fears.

The Spike Jones Story (1988)

"The Spike Jones Story" is the first documentary made about this innovative, musical humorist. Now, Jones is best remembered as the creator of surreal musical numbers which topped the charts in America for over a decade. These classics are popular because of their inspired and complex lunacy. Jones was an inspiration to dozens like him, such as Monty Python's Flying Circus and Ernie Kovacs.

Youssou Ndour: I Bring What I Love (2008)

Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love is a 2008 documentary film directed by filmmaker Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi that chronicles Senegalese icon Youssou N'Dour as he releases his Grammy Award-winning album Egypt and works to promote a more tolerant view of Islam. The film features musical superstar/activists Bono and Peter Gabriel. The documentary screened at festivals internationally including the Telluride Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival in 2008, winning numerous audience awards as well the Special Jury Prize at the Middle East International Film Festival in 2008 and a nomination for the Pare Lorentz Award at the International Documentary Association Awards in 2009. The film premiered in New York City as the opening night of Brooklyn Academy of Music's Muslim Voices: Arts & Ideas Festival in 2009, and opened in theaters in the US and internationally to much acclaim. The film's soundtrack was released by Nonesuch Records in 2010.

Made In Europe (2007)

As US troops enter Afghanistan, three groups of Turkish people are gathering in three European cities (Madrid, Paris, Berlin). Each group is a microcosm of Turkish society in Europe, where these individuals are seeking - or living without - residence permission after years of living like a ghost from one country to next. Apart from their legal status, they are ordinary people facing universal conflicts that involve manhood and humiliation, insecurities and women, kinship and betrayal, superiority and self-pity...Together they constitute the schizophrenic nature of the immigrant world, reminding us that they are not problems living in Europe but living people.

The Kennedy Curse: An Unauthorized Story on the Kennedys (2013)

Americans are fascinated by the "royal" status of the Kennedys and their dynasty that has mesmerized generations. To this day their legacy lives on. The Kennedy family has long been plagued by tragedy and scandal. Despite this, they have brought major positive change to the world, in often difficult times.

Soulja Boy: The Movie (2011)

The life, music and career of one of the world's most successful music stars.

Try to Remember: The Fantasticks (2003)

Eight times a week, from 1960 to 2002, the Sullivan Street Playhouse in New York City’s Greenwich Village played midwife to a musical theater ritual that attracted theatergoers from across the globe. That show was the legendary and beloved Fantasticks, and for 42 years and 17,162 performances, a legion of performers—including future luminaries such as F. Murray Abraham, Ricardo Montalban, Elliott Gould, Liza Minnelli, Glenn Close, Richard Chamberlain and John Carradine—played out its sweetly timeless boy-meets-girl tale. On the eve of The Fantasticks’ final Off-Broadway performance, documentary filmmaker Eli Kabillio takes a wistful look back at the show’s genesis, its creators and, above all, its continued worldwide popularity.

Secrets of the Vatican (2006)

What mysteries and secrets has the Vatican been hiding for centuries? Shot deep inside the Holy City with hidden cameras, this documentary sets out to uncover the ancient conspiracies and riddles that the Vatican has keep closely guarded. It is rumored that there are in the secret archives centuries-old artifacts that, if exposed, could embarrass the standard-bearers of the faith. With interviews with Vatican researchers, including: Jordan Maxwell - Brad Steiger - Patricia Ress - Penny Melis - and Diane Tessman. Investigations include: Does the Vatican hide knowledge that the crucifixion did not happen? Is there a secret cabal of Satanists within the Vatican? What about the truth of the UFO sighting that occurred over the Vatican the morning of the funeral of Pope John Paul. Do all true exorcisms end in the death of the possessed? These questions and many more are posed in this incredible investigation into one of the world's most sacred, and secret religions.

Eulogy For A Vampire (2009)

A young drifter converts monks into the undead.

Getting Home (2007)

Getting Home (simplified Chinese: 落叶归根; traditional Chinese: 落葉歸根; pinyin: Lùo yè gūi gēn) is a 2007 Chinese comedy/drama film directed by Zhang Yang and starring Chinese comedian Zhao Benshan. It is episodic and follows two workers in their 50s, Zhao (Zhao Benshan) and Liu (Hong Qiwen). The film opens when Liu unexpectedly dies after a night of drinking and Zhao decides to fulfill a promise to his friend to get him home, beginning a long odyssey from Shenzhen to Chongqing with Liu's corpse on his back. Along the way, Zhao meets a variety of figures, played by several of China's better known character actors. Getting Home is Zhang Yang's fifth feature film. It was produced by Filmko Entertainment of Hong Kong and the Beijing Jinqianshengshi Culture Media company of the People's Republic of China. International sales and distribution was by Fortissimo Films out of Amsterdam. Getting Home's original title derives from a Chinese proverb meaning "A falling leaf returns to its roots." It is apparently based on a true story.

Phantom of Chinatown (1940)

Mr. Wong investigates the murder of an explorer who had discovered a scroll showing the location of a large oil deposit.

Green River (2008)

A young woman (Danielle Franke) embarks on a dangerous quest to find her missing sister.

Wildcat Biographies: The Ooh Aah Man Vs. Parkinson's (2014)

Documentary about Joe Cavaleri, known as the Ooh Aah Man at the University of Arizona from 1979 - 2013, whose career as a cheerleader was ended by Parkinson's.

Rio Grande Raiders (1946)

Rio Grande Raiders is a 1946 American Western film directed by Thomas Carr and written by Norton S. Parker. The film stars Sunset Carson, Linda Stirling, Bob Steele, Tom London, Tristram Coffin and Edmund Cobb. The film was released on September 9, 1946, by Republic Pictures.

Barney: Ready, Set, Play (2004)

From their heads to their toes, Barney keeps kids moving as he shares the importance of activity and exercise for healthy growth. Whether walking, crawling, running or skipping, Barney's friends are getting in shape. And playing games adds to the fun of feeling fit! Feel hungry after exercising? Then munch on some crispy, crunchy food from Barney's healthy snack bar. Let the fun and games begin!

Monarch (1980)

Army intelligence is using classified anti-personnel weapons to target activists & people who fit a profile. Please see the 2nd & 3rd doc film first, they contain victim testimony. The beginning 15 minutes are the same for all three films. ALL SALES FUND MONARCH CONCEPTS NONPROFIT 501 (C) 3 (8/04/2011) MARSHALL PLAN PAC POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE OR THE AUTHOR, MARSHALL GREGORY THOMAS The strategy of many separate websites is diversification, to not put all of one's eggs in one basket. Monarch Concepts is a nonprofit (pending) created to raise funds for the defense and relief of victims of torture and abuse. This also includes victims of nonlethal weapons assaults and "vigilante violence" known as organized stalking. There are two specific websites where donations and sales of films, books, and merchandise are dedicated to them alone. Please visit our MONARCH CONCEPTS 501 (C) 3 nonprofit (8/04/2011) websites to purchase a hardcopy of the books, films, and merchandise. Please visit our MARSHALL PLAN PAC political action committee dedicated to funding FOUR GOALS, domestic & international reforms. Please visit our other websites, funds dedicated to the author MARSHALL GREGORY THOMAS It is not uncommon for nonprofit organizations to be taken away from their founders (GRAMEEN BANK/Professor Muhammad Yunus). Diversification allows the mission to succeed, even if 1-2 pathways are blocked or destroyed. ALL sales at other websites, unless otherwise stated, go to the author. The author pledges transparent public accounting, and that all funds will go to victims of torture and abuse, and to reform our institutions so these crimes against humanity never happen again. Marshall Gregory Thomas Please see the films and books free at our other websites. ALL other sales, unless stated otherwise, go to the author.