The Pikme-Up (2006)
An experimental documentary about the coffeehouse movement in Los Angeles.
Sharktopus is a 2010 SyFy original horror/science fiction film produced by Roger Corman, directed by Declan O'Brien, and starring Eric Roberts. It is the first film in the Sharktopus franchise.
That Demon Within (2014)
That Demon Within is a 2014 Hong Kong action psychological thriller film directed by Dante Lam and starring Daniel Wu and Nick Cheung. It premiered at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2014 and also included on the 16 edition of Far East Film Festival in Udine. The film was released on 18 April 2014.
Je suis frigide... pourquoi? (1973)
I Am Frigid... Why? (French: Je suis frigide... pourquoi ?) is a 1972 French erotic film directed by Max Pécas.
Death Machines (1976)
An evil Oriental Dragon Lady injects three martial arts fighters with serum that turns them into zombie-like assassins, and she sends them out against her enemies.
Blue Seduction (2009)
Blue Seduction is a 2009 Canadian erotic thriller directed by Timothy Bond and starring Billy Zane and Estella Warren. The movie was filmed in New Brunswick, Canada.
Bob Dylan 1975-1981: Rolling Thunder and the Gospel Years (2006)
Director & Producer Joel Gilbert (Bob Dylan 1966 World Tour The Home Movies, 2003 and Bob Dylan World Tours 1966-1974Through the Camera of Barry Feinstein, 2005) weaves the story of this monumental period of Dylan's life and music through revealing insider portraits, exclusive photos, live concert video clips and TV footage from 1975-1981, and with visits to Rundown Studios, the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, the Vineyard Church, and the Fox Warfield Theatre. www.highway61ent.com
Bigfoot's Reflection (2007)
Shot on location in high definition in the Pacific rain forests, this POV documentary is a modern psychological and ecological exploration of the giant ape-man legend of North America from the perspective of those who choose to study it and guard its wild habitat. Bigfoot's Reflection examines the struggles of the few influential scientists (John Bindernagal, Robert Pyle), researchers (John Green, Bill Miller, John Kirk lll, Tomas Steenburg, Richard Noll) and Native American guide (Mel Skahan) who have committed themselves to the puzzling legend - even in the face of ridicule - as they strive to bring humanity and a scientific method to the pursuit of the elusive creature. Bigfoot's Reflection pores over the principal evidence of the last fifty years and plunges into those cold, rugged and dark places where the final proof continues to elude them; a place where few hazard to even venture. Can it be said that the creature they seek lives within them too?
Crazy for Christmas (2005)
A limo driver (Andrea Roth) tries to help a wealthy man find his long-lost daughter on Christmas Eve.
Stepping High (2013)
Tensions rise when a choreographer (Palmer Davis) introduces a new style of dancing at a conservative high school.
The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday (1976)
Sam Longwood, a frontiersman who has seen better days, spies the gold-mine partner who ran off with all the gold from a mine they were prospecting fifteen years earlier.
Chihuly at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (2005)
Discover the history and the people behind Dale Chihuly's 2005 exhibition at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. From an early fascination with transparency in architecture to the birth of the Mille Fiori series, a forty-year journey culminates with a striking fusion of art, nature, and architecture as Chihuly's glass is installed on the vast grounds and in the glasshouses of the world's most respected garden. CHIHULY AT THE ROYAL BOTANICAL GARDENS, KEW tells the story of the artist's spectacular installation through Kew's three conservatories as well as outdoor gardens at this World Heritage Site. Innovative and intuitively beautiful, Chihuly's glass combines with the gardens and glasshouses of Kew to forge an unforgettable experience.
Fortress of the Dead (1965)
Returning to the Philippines after 20 years, a man cannot shake the guilt that began at Corregidor during the war.
Ashanti: Princess of Hip Hop Soul (2004)
As a young girl growing up in New York, Ashanti had her heart set on entertaining. Singing and dancing in front of her family, she dreamt of one day being a star. Now, that dream has become a reality. The Hip Hop Princess has graced the cover of nearly every major magazine and won numerous awards for writing and performing her own music. She has certainly come a long way since those days of performing in the living room. Take a ride with us as we explore the life of Ashanti - how she found music, and how music found her.
Stars In My Crown (1950)
Folks in Walsburg may want to pay heed to the brace of pistols holstered onto Josiah Gray’s hips. In time, they may want to pay even more heed to the Bible in his hand.
Gray (Joel McCrea) is the newly arrived parson in the woodsy post-Civil War Tennessee town. And the true test of his strength will come when, during his greatest and most dangerous challenge, he sets aside his six-shooters and relies on his faith. McCrea brings a quiet resolve to this touching tale burnished through the recall of the pastor’s impressionable nephew (Dean Stockwell).
Based on the novel by Joe David Brown (who would later provide the source novel for Paper Moon), Stars in My Crown shines with a powerful, simple dignity.
Brothers of the Wilderness (1984)
The year is 1800. Fur trappers and Indian traders are returning from a successful expedition back toward home. With winter closing in they're forced to take risks and encounter hostile wildlife, wounding guide Zachary Bass. Judging the wounds to be fatal the group decides to abandon him in the woods to die a cold, lonely death. Zachary recovers from his wounds, however, and vows to take vengeance on the group for their betrayal.
With only his knowledge of the woods and survival skills Zachary stalks the group, intent on slaughtering them along with the expedition leader who gave him the death sentence. The base of the deep seated insane rage felt by Zachary is shown in flashback form.
However, before finding the team Zachary reads the pocket Bible that transforms him from a bitter enraged man, to a calm, rational man without a trace of anger. Driven by his love for his young son he pushes on to walk the distance to home as well as on his spiritual journey towards peace and redemption.
Rocks in My Pockets (2014)
Rocks in My Pockets (Latvian: Akmeņi manās kabatās) is a 2014 animated film written, produced, directed and animated by Signe Baumane. It was originally created in English and a Latvian version was thereafter translated and produced. The film is based on true events about five women of the filmmaker's family, including herself, and their battles with depression and suicide.
It was selected as the Latvian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated. The soundtrack, composed by Kristian Sensini, has received a nomination at the Jerry Goldsmith Film Music Awards in the Best Movie Soundtrack category.
P!Nk: Live in Europe (2006)
P!nk's Live In Europe finds the acclaimed pop singer delivering hit after hit on 2004's Try This Tour. This dynamic stage show features stylized versions of "Trouble," "God Is A DJ," "Feel Good Time" and covers of Guns N' Roses and Janis Joplin.
Traffickers (Hangul: 공모자들; RR: Gongmojadeul) is a 2012 South Korean crime thriller starring Im Chang-jung, Choi Daniel, Oh Dal-su and Jo Yoon-hee. It takes place in six hours on a passenger boat with an ongoing black market organ-trafficking operation, and a desperate husband out to find his missing wife.
The Tradesmen (2011)
The Tradesmen: Making an Art of Work is a documentary film that follows a few daring individuals who decided to turn their hobbies into their career. The film depicts both the struggle and the satisfaction that comes with this type of endeavor.
Ghost Hoax (2010)
Everyone has their own idea about a Haunted House: To some, it's a big, old, spooky, abandoned mansion that no one goes near at night. But to Teresa Tijeras, it's a suburban house in the San Fernando Valley of Southern California: HER OWN HOME.
Parapsychologist Dr. Maureen Fratini and her two videographers (Tom and Grover) are called in to investigate a series of unnatural occurrences that have begun to terrorize Teresa to the point of delirium. However, where she sees the occult will of her late father's spirit at work, Tom sees an opportunity to create a tabloid sensation- a way out of his wedding video day job. He and Grover begin an elaborate Hoax to convince Teresa, Dr. Fratini, and the world at large that the house is in fact haunted and that they alone possess the undeniable proof.
Soon, however, their conspiracy is joined by an overwhelming Presence- a dark force that begins to set its own plans in motion. When Tom and Grover set out to spend a night alone in the house- just one more rigging- both fall into a Dark Trap of Ancient Sorcery, bent on twisting their souls and keeping them with it... FOREVER...
Whiffs is a 1975 comedy film directed by Ted Post, produced by Brut Productions and released theatrically in the U.S. by 20th Century Fox. It stars Elliott Gould as a gullible military private who volunteers to be the subject of numerous military biological and chemical weaponry experiments, and later robs banks as a result.
Saturday Nightmares: The Ultimate Horror Expo of All Time! (2010)
No ordinary Horror Expo, this unprecedented Saturday Nightmares event brings together the entire George A Romero family! Featuring such genre luminaries as Adrienne Barbeau, Tom Savini, Roy Fumkes, Ken Foree, John Amplas, Joe Pilato & many more... New York City actor turned filmmaker Michael Stever takes you behind the scene and shows you virtually every, thrilling, blood-soaked moment in this not-to-be-missed DVD! A must-have for any true horror fan's collection!
Classic Game Room: The Rise and Fall of the Internet's Greatest Video Game Review Show (2007)
"Classic Game Room" was the first classic video game review show on the Internet in 1999 and 2000. It returns as a feature-length comedy film about the triumphant story of online success, failure, obscurity, resurrection and success again! The legendary show was produced in the early days of online video by Mark Bussler and David Crosson at an Internet startup with one camera, a green screen and $50 budgets. The show was objective, entertaining and obnoxious with beer-drinking, bottle-throwing, joystick-slinging, car-crashing classic game reviews. A cult following developed and the reviews kept coming, but how long could it last until the money ran out? Features the original raucous reviews of Duck Hunt for NES, Alien for Atari 2600, X-Men for Sega Genesis, Sega GT for Dreamcast, Joust and Missile Command for Playstation, Frogger for Atari 2600, SeaMan for Dreamcast, Perfect Dark for Nintendo 64 and Yars' Revenge for Atari 2600.
Purple Mind (2013)
Roy Matthews, an Iraq war veteran, returns home and battles post-traumatic stress disorder.
Biblical Mysteries: Ark of the Covenant (2001)
It is a quest that has fascinated scholars and adventurers for century after century. What happened to that treasure and centerpiece of ancient Jewish life-the Ark of the Covenant? No one knows what happened to it, but researchers never give up seeking for this which will no doubt rank among history's greatest finds if it is ever videoovered. In this intriguing, one-hour documentary shown prime time on NBC, Biblical scholar and modern-day "Indiana Jones" Mike Sanders journeys to one of the Middle East's most dangerous territories to find the elusive ancient ark that once held the stone tablets inscribed with the Ten Commandments. His hair-raising adventure through a veritable political minefield ultimately leads Sanders to the Palestinian-controlled village of Djaharya, a reported training ground for the terrorists groups.
Present Tense (2013)
A Turkish divorcee (Sanem ge) bluffs her way into a fortune-telling job so that she can earn enough money to start a new life in the United States.
666 the Devil's Child (2014)
666 the Devil's Child, stylized as 666: the Devil's Child (aka: Millennium) is a 2012 United States horror film starring Nadya Suleman in her feature film debut. Nadya was originally cast for name recognition but producers were surprised by her acting talent. The movie was originally released in 2012 but re-released in 2014.
Down Three Dark Streets (1954)
Down Three Dark Streets is a 1954 documentary-style film, starring Broderick Crawford and directed by Arnold Laven. The screenplay was written by Gordon and Mildred Gordon, based on their novel Case File FBI.
Custer's Last Stand (1936)
Custer's Last Stand is a 1936 American film serial based on the historical Custer's Last Stand at the Little Bighorn River. It was produced by the Poverty Row studio Stage & Screen Productions, which went bust shortly afterwards as a victim of the Great Depression. This serial stars many famous and popular B-Western actors as well as silent serial star Helen Gibson. In April of the same year, the serial was edited into an 84-minute feature film, which was released under the same name.
Three Guys Named Mike (1951)
Three Guys Named Mike is a 1951 American black-and-white film by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, directed by Charles Walters. In 1979, the film entered the public domain (in the USA) due to the claimants failure to renew its copyright registration in the 28th year after publication.
Described as a "lighthearted and lightweight story" by Turner Classic Movies, Three Guys Named Mike chronicles the story of an airline stewardess (the term at that time) and her three suitors.
The Great Granny Revolution (2007)
The Great Granny Revolution (2008) is a documentary that highlights a Canadian group of grandmothers known as the Wakefield Grannies that offer moral support, help, and guidance to other grandmothers. The documentary follows a specific trip where the Wakefield Grannies go to South Africa and offer their grandmotherly wisdom to grandmothers facing unique and challenging modern day problems like raising a grandchild with AIDs. The documentary is a heart warming tale of the good side of the human spirit and is a compelling story that will be sure to inspire you.
The Great Flamarion (1945)
The Great Flamarion is a 1945 American film noir directed by Anthony Mann. The film, like many films noir, is shot in flashback narrative. The film was produced by Republic Pictures.
Big News (1929)
Big News is a 1929 American Pre-Code film directed by Gregory La Cava, released by Pathé Exchange, and starring Robert Armstrong and Carole Lombard, billed as "Carol Lombard".
Love Talk (2005)
Love Talk (러브토크) is the second film by South Korean director Lee Yoon-ki. It tells the story of a group of expatriated South Koreans trying to adapt to living in the Los Angeles area. The film was shot entirely on location in California with Korean and American actors.
The Grapes of Death (1978)
Les Raisins de La Mort (English title: The Grapes of Death) is a 1978 French horror film directed by Jean Rollin. It centres on a young woman who becomes trapped in a village where a dangerous pesticide has turned the residents into aggressive zombies.
Death Valley Rangers (1943)
A succession of stagecoach robberies prompts the citizens of a Death Valley outpost to send for the Trail Blazers, a trio of law-enforcing plainsmen.
The Sorcerers (1967)
The Sorcerers is a 1967 British science fiction/horror film directed by Michael Reeves, starring Boris Karloff, Catherine Lacey, Ian Ogilvy, and Susan George. The original story and screenplay was conceived and written by John Burke. Reeves and his childhood friend Tom Baker re-wrote sections of the screenplay, including the ending at Karloff's insistence, wanting his character to appear more sympathetic. Burke was then removed from the main screenwriting credit and was relegated to an 'idea by'.
Envy (Turkish: Kıskanmak) is an 2009 Turkish drama film, written and directed by Zeki Demirkubuz based on the novel of the same name by Nahit Sirri Orik, about a married woman who has an affair with the son of a rich man. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 6, 2009 (2009-11-06), has been screened at International film festivals in Adana and Istanbul.
The Phantom of the Moulin-Rouge (1925)
The Phantom of the Moulin Rouge (French: Le fantôme du Moulin-Rouge) is a 1925 French silent fantasy film directed by René Clair and starring Albert Préjean, Sandra Milovanoff and Paul Ollivier.
The film's sets were designed by Robert Gys.
Price Check (2012)
Price Check is a 2012 comedy film about the high price of a middle-class life. The film was written and directed by Michael Walker, and stars Parker Posey and Eric Mabius.
Brewmore Baltimore is the story about one of the largest industries in the United States: beer. At nearly $100 billion in annual sales, the U.S. beer market is ever growing. This film focuses on the beer industry from a localized perspective in the city of Baltimore, Maryland. Like many urban centers across the country, Baltimore is seeing revitalization in its downtown and expanding city limits as well as a reemergence of its beer industry. Authors Maureen O'Prey ("Brewing in Baltimore") and Rob Kasper ("Baltimore Beer") chronicle the rich, storied history of beer in Charm City along with an eclectic cast of local brewers and entrepreneurs. Brewmore Baltimore is not just about beer-making in one city, but about an economy that shaped American culture. Baltimore, basking in the neon glow of the National Bohemian sign atop the now defunct 1,000,000 sq. ft. National Brewery, is a city that cares about its local industries. Deeply rooted in the US brewing tradition, Baltimore City boasted over 40 breweries at the end of 1899. After a century of sharp decline, in 2012, Union Craft Brewing opened the first production brewery in Baltimore City in nearly 30 years. Baltimore brewing is multi-faceted in scale from small brewpubs to growing regional brewing operations.
Twa Flight 800 (2013)
It’s been called the biggest accident investigation in aviation history... more than a decade and a half later, the crash of TWA Flight 800 is still shrouded in controversy. What caused the plane to explode 12 minutes after takeoff? Why haven’t the 230 victims’ death certificates been finalized, after all these years? In this shocking documentary, insiders from the original investigation join forces to put together the missing pieces of the puzzle – and blow the lid off an alleged multi-agency cover-up of what really happened. A thought-provoking documentary about the ill-fated Trans World Airline Flight 800 to Paris, France, which exploded on July 17, 1996 just 12 minutes after takeoff from JFK International Airport, killing all 230 people on board. The special features six former members of the official crash investigation breaking their silence to refute the officially proposed cause of the jetliner's demise and reveal how the investigation was systematically undermined.
Amazing Love (2012)
After a confrontation in a youth group, Stuart (Sean Astin) shares the story of Old Testament prophet Hosea.
Zus & zo (2001)
Zus & Zo is a 2001 Dutch film directed by Paula van der Oest. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Race is a 2011 Malayalam thriller film directed by Kukku Surendran and starring Indrajith, Kunchacko Boban, Mamta Mohandas, Baby Anikha, and Gowri Munjal. The story is based on Greg Iles's novel 24 hours. The film opened in Kerala theatres on 11 February 2011 to negative reviews. It was dubbed into Telugu as Game by Narne Media Solutions (Pvt) Limited in 2013. It was a remake of the Hindi film Deadline: Sirf 24 Ghante.
Hirokin: The Last Samurai (2012)
On a planet where humans must scavenge the barren post-apocalyptic wasteland, Hirokin, a reluctant samurai with a dark past, sets off on a mission to fulfill his destiny. Having fought to the death to save his wife and son from the planet’s evil dictator - Griffin - and his elite army of warriors, the lone samurai is left for dead in the vast desert. Armed with his samurai blade, Hirokin is forced to choose between avenging the murder of his family and fighting for the freedom of his people. As he goes into war he’ll discover a shocking revelation about his family, leaving revenge running through his veins.
Where is Primer Green? (2012)
As issues with his dying father remain unresolved, Primer Green comes home to visit his family after being gone for 15 years. During his visit, his sister disappears and police suspect she is involved in her husband's death. Primer decides to find his sister but during his search he also disappears, leaving his ranger brother to solve the mystery and uncover rampant corruption.
How different could your life be, if you just decided that it could?
Voulez-vous coucher avec God? (1972)
Voulez-vous coucher avec God? is a 1972 Canadian experimental film directed by Jack Christie and Michael Hirsh. Combining live-action and animation, the film is heavily steeped in late 1960s - early 1970s counterculture and features of a soundtrack of popular music from the period. It tells the story of a bigoted and war-crazed God, portrayed by Tuli Kupferberg, who sends an angel down to Earth to become President of the United States, leading to chaos.
The Last Communist (2006)
The Last Communist is a 2006 Malaysian film described by director Amir Muhammad as a "semi-musical documentary". It is inspired by the leader of the disbanded Malayan Communist Party, Chin Peng and the Malayan Emergency (1948–1960) during which more than 10,000 Malayan and British troops and civilians lost their lives. The film was banned from screening in Malaysia by the government's Home Affairs Ministry.
The Man Who Stopped the Desert (2010)
As a child in Burkina Faso, Yacouba was sent away from home to study the Qur'an, where he and his classmates were almost starving. The young boys would trek across miles of wilderness, only to fall and beg at a straw hut for meagre rations. It is from this harsh background that the young farmer became determined to develop techniques that would bring exhausted soil back into production. His efforts have outdone the work of the world's leading scientists and technological advances costing millions of pounds. They may also yet prove crucial to the future of the world's rapidly growing population and global food demands. "Yacouba has single-handedly had more impact on conservation than all the national and international researchers put together", argues Dutch desertification expert, Chris Reij. "We must not be enemies of nature", warns Yacouba, as he works tirelessly on the sun-scorched land. But Yacouba's hardest battle was not to be with the forces of nature. His new techniques went against the accepted wisdom of the traditional land chiefs and prompted an angry response. On his way to meet the local governor to share the results of his work a violent response was waiting. A fire started by locals had destroyed his entire field of crops. It was a devastating setback, but one that only reinforced Yacouba's determined to overcome the stigma of his work. As one scientist points out, what makes Yacouba so inspiring is that "he never stops trying. Every year he is adding to his experience." Bursting grain stores, large cook-pots and plenteous fields reveal the great success of one man's relentless endeavours. But Yacouba's intentions stretch beyond feeding his own family. He speaks passionately of the good his methods have done for the region at large. Those who fled thirty years ago are beginning to return. "We need to eat well to work well", he insists. Thanks to one man's twenty-year devotion, this can finally be achieved in one of the poorest countries on earth.
Scream Farm (2008)
SCREAM FARM follows a group of students who build a Halloween haunted house to help raise money for their senior class trip. The students get more then they bargained for, however, when they come across a substance in the building that begins turning them, and the townspeople, into flesh-craving zombies. Featuring Jim O'Rear (THE DEAD MATTER), Ted Alderman (TORMENT), Kimberly Lynn Cole (DEAD CLOWNS), and Maria Kil (THE DEEPENING).
Erik Myers Dopeless Romantic (2013)
Erik Myers is a fast-paced, high-energy comedian with a machine gun delivery that barely gives the audience a chance to catch their breath. He began comedy twelve years ago in Baltimore, Maryland and has since been touring all over the country, exciting crowds with his unique brand of upbeat lovable humor. He has worked with some of the biggest names in the business and his crowd pleasing act is definitely a must see! This feature length stand-up comedy was shot at the historic Polk Theatre before a sold-out crowd of 1,400 people.
Ram Jaane (1995)
Ram Jaane is a 1995 Indian Hindi crime drama film directed by Rajiv Mehra about an unnamed kid who grows up to become a gangster. He uses the name Ram Jaane after meeting with a priest who in response to the kid asking what his real name was, said Ram Jaane. It is the fourth time when Shah Rukh Khan played a negative role after Baazigar, Darr and Anjaam. The film clashed with Akele Hum Akele Tum starring Aamir Khan. Ram Jaane released to a positive reception from audiences and was a commercial success, receiving a Hit verdict. However, Akele Hum Akele Tum did not enjoy the same and became a Flop at the box office. Shah Rukh Khan has bought the rights to this film under his banner, Red Chillies Entertainment. It was inspired by the 1938 film, Angels with Dirty Faces.
Creature of the Night (2006)
A rock star unsuccessfully tries to hide the fact that he's a werewolf, forcing him to kidnap one of his biggest fans.
David Bromberg: Unsung Treasure (2012)
Bending musical genres and collaborating with hundreds, we take an in depth look at New York American roots musician, David Bromberg's rise to fame.
The Gateway Arch: A Reflection of America (2006)
People said that it would fall and that a poorly funded project would leave the nation with a half finished monument. In the end, it would become an international symbol of the United States. It is an architectural and design masterpiece that has touched everyone who has touched it. From the individuals who worked tirelessly to champion funding, to the Steel Workers who dangled 630 feet in the air during construction, it is a triumph that will forever mark the lives of those involved with it. It is... The Gateway Arch. The Gateway Arch: A Reflection of America chronicles for the first time the complete story of this great American symbol... from Thomas Jefferson, Lewis & Clark, and St. Louis' role in westward expansion; to the eventual construction of the largest stainless steel structure in history. The film is narrated by Academy Award-winner and St. Louis native Kevin Kline and produced by Civil Pictures, producers of the international award-winning documentary The World's Greatest Fair. Extensive research was conducted at archives across the United States to produce this documentary. Over 10,000 documents and images were examined, including Eero Saarinen's private papers and earliest conceptual drawings held at Yale University. The production team spent months tracking down long lost construction footage; transferred and seen here for the first time in digital cinema. The production team conducted countless behind-the-scenes interviews and 24 on-camera interviews over the course of two years. This process brought to light information previously unknown to the general public; including the fact that engineers feared the Arch would buckle when placing the final piece resulting in a catastrophic failure. Interviews with World Trade Center Memorial architect Daniel Libeskind, New York-based architecture critic Jayne Merkel, and Eero Saarinen's daughter Susan, give new insight into the genius of Saarinen's design as well as the fact
Blonde Savage (1947)
Blonde Savage is a 1947 American adventure film directed by Steve Sekely and written by Gordon Bache. The film stars Leif Erickson, Gale Sherwood, Veda Ann Borg, Douglass Dumbrille, Frank Jenks and Matt Willis. The film was released on November 22, 1947, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
Tom and Jerry & The Wizard of Oz (2011)
It's a hilarious comedy mash-up as the world's most famous Cat-and-Mouse duo find themselves transported somewhere "over the rainbow" to the magical land of Oz in this all-new original movie.
You'll see your favorite characters: Dorothy, Toto, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Lion, the Wicked Witch of the West, the Wizard, the Munchkins and more. You'll also hear many of your favorite songs, including “Over the Rainbow.”
And you'll laugh at the antics of your favorite cat and mouse as they get twisted up in a twister, go paw to paw against flying monkeys and storm the Wicked Witch's castle in a heroic attempt to get Dorothy and Toto (and themselves) safely back to Kansas.
After all, there's no place like home!
Barney: Sharing Is Caring (2009)
The 2009 film Barney: Sharing is Caring puts the generosity of the infamous purple dinosaur on display for kids of all ages to watch and enjoy. A toy drive inspires Barney and company to donate their unused toys. Together, the children and dinosaurs learn to love the joy associated with sharing. With magical storytelling and captivating twists and turns, Barney teaches the joy that accompanies being courteous and giving.
In the Night (2012)
Jane tries to finish a play that is due the next day. She finally gets an idea and writes a story about actors that create their own show after they are abandoned by their director.
Dat's Tite TV (2006)
Dats Tite TV is the No.1 Urban Comedy Showcase to hit the shelves this year. Acclaimed director Melvin James (Miami Tale, BETs College Hill and Honey Bee) teams up with AJ Alexander, the man who discovered Pop sensation Usher. Together they bring you the funniest sketch comedy since, In Living Color. James steers several comedians and models to literally push the comedy envelope where NO one has. Its a must have for any true comedy fan! Move over Dave Chappelle and Saturday Night Live, here come Dats Tite TV, muthas! Skits Featured: Poprah Winfrey, Pimp Coach, True Pimping my Ride, Lost in Translation, Hoe Hammer, Stripper Remote, Crazy Hoe Vest, more.
Way of the Puck (2006)
What is it like to be a champion at a sport nobody knows about? A caricaturist, a clinical psychologist, a Buddhist wanderer, and an importer of wind-up musical jewelry boxes battle each other for air hockey world supremacy
Composing Outside the Beatles: Lennon & McCartney 1967-1972 (2009)
Composing Outside the Beatles - Lennon and McCartney 1967 - 1972 is an independent documentary film which reviews the music and impact of Lennon and McCartney as solo composers, during this first post-Beatles period. From the avant-garde, Yoko influenced, brace of Lennon/Ono albums, via some superb singles and albums from both players, and culminating with the first Wings album from Macca, and Lennon celebrating his new city of residence on the most political record he ever made this film show's how and why they composed the music they did during this era and illustrates their using of old and new techniques, and how they were still borrowing from each other despite being in both legal and personal disputes throughout these years. Drawing on rare footage, archive and exclusive interviews, classic performances and penetrating revelations from close friends of the pair, fellow musicians, Beatles academics and musicologists, we discover here the true story of how their music was composed when writing alone ,or with new partners.
Assassin of the Tsar (1991)
The Assassin of the Tsar (Russian: Цареубийца, translit. Tsareubiytsa) is a 1991 Russian drama film, starring Malcolm McDowell and Oleg Yankovsky. It was entered into the 1991 Cannes Film Festival. There are two versions. One is filmed in English which later was dubbed over the Russian actors, and one in Russian. Malcolm McDowell pretended to speak Russian in the other version and was later dubbed.
Killing Blue (1988)
Police Commissioner Alex Glass has been twisted into a sarcastic cynic by the hard luck story that is his life and by his daily contact with the criminals of Berlin's underground. His new assistant, Shirly Mai, is an attractive and conscientious woman who embodies a quality of virtue that her boss gave up a long time ago. They have both been assigned to solve a series of gruesome murders that have been taking place in Berlin's drug and prostitution ganglands. The prime suspect is George Miskowski, a pusher who supplies Berlin's brothels and hookers with cocaine and heroin.
Headrush is a 2003 Irish crime comedy, written and directed by Shimmy Marcus about two young guys, Charlie and T-Bag, who hope to solve all their problems by working for a notorious Underworld Criminal, The Uncle.The movie has been criticised for its unoriginality and similarities to other movies.
The Pot (2009)
A Studlebrity is a guy who is famous for his looks.
Today there seems to be a new Social Celebrity every time we go online. We are inundated with guys famous for... well we don't really know what. But they have over 10,000 followers on Twitter and when they post a carefully posed shirtless shot on Instagram they have an army of followers giving it an enthusiastic thumbs-up.
His handsome face and sculpted physique have helped pave the way to a charmed life - or at least that's the only part he'll ever reveal on his social network.
He's pretty. He knows it. And he wants to share every moment of his pretty life with you.
Kenny G: An Evening of Rhythm and Romance (2008)
Kenny G is a Grammy award winning saxophonist with global album sales in excess of 50 million copies. This new concert DVD was filmed in late 2008 at Humphreys By The Bay in San Diego on the tour in support of his most recent studio album "Rhythm & Romance". The show features classic Kenny G tracks alongside cover versions all delivered in his inimitable relaxed and intimate style that make him the true "King of Smooth Jazz".
The Hero Of Color City (2014)
The Hero of Color City is a 2014 American computer-animated comedy film directed by Frank Gladstone and written by Jess Kedward, J.P. McCormick, Kirsty Peart, Rich Raczelowski and Evan Spiliotopoulos. The film stars Christina Ricci, Sean Astin, Owen Wilson, E.G. Daily, Jessica Capshaw, Rosie Perez, Tara Strong, Craig Ferguson, Wayne Brady, Jess Harnell and David Kaye. Original songs and score by Zoë Poledouris and Angel Roché Jr. The film was released theatrically on October 3, 2014, by Magnolia Pictures.
Wonders Are Many (2008)
The spectacular opening to Jon Else's critically acclaimed WONDERS ARE MANY - nuclear blast after blast in the desert, under the ocean, high in space - intimates what is to follow: a profound and triumphant fusing of art and science, humanity and technology, destruction and creation. WONDERS ARE MANY: THE MAKING OF DOCTOR ATOMIC traces a dazzling double-helix trajectory: one thread follows composer John Adams and director Peter Sellars as they work to create Doctor Atomic, the strange and beautiful opera about J. Robert Oppenheimer and the first atomic bomb; the other recounts the actual historical events that underpin the stage drama. Masterfully interwoven with recently declassified footage of nuclear testing in the deserts of the Southwest and the frenetic backstage action of the San Francisco Opera, the film creates an explosive vortex of performers and physicists, past and present, all of which is anchored by the enigmatic figure of Oppenheimer and channeled into high art by the creative power of Adams and Sellars. A magnificent pastiche of potent elements, WONDERS ARE MANY allows us to see history - and ourselves - in a new light: we learn the humanity in science; the regret in discovery; and, unforgettably, the law that "matter can be neither created nor destroyed," but only transformed.
The Baseline is the centre of the East London grime club scene and the queue regularly stretches around the block. Danny works on the door - breaking up fights and managing drunk kids. However, when he rescues Terry, the club owner and local gang leader, from a hitman, Danny is suddenly plunged deep into an underworld he had tried so hard to avoid. Danny is promoted to manager, but only on the condition that he turns a blind eye to the shady goings on both on and off the dance-floor. Danny and his girlfriend Jessica dream of setting up their own club, but Danny is forced to make the ultimate sacrifice when he has to choose between loyalty, morality and his own dreams of escape.
Nantucket Film Festival's 2nd Comedy Roundtable (2013)
Get into the minds of comedy legends with a live roundtable discussion that was recorded in front of hundreds of comedy fans. The roundtable is an annual tradition from actor Ben Stiller and the 2nd Annual edition featured a lot of talent.
Along with Stiller, Seth Meyers, Mike Myers, and Michael Ian Black join the conversation with commentary on writing, performing, and different forms of media. This includes creating stand up comedy and portraying roles in movies.
Kevin Nealon: Whelmed, But Not Overly (2012)
In "Whelmed...But Not Overly," Nealon delivers the laughs in his jazzy cool style. He's like a big kid as he delights in stories of messing with celebrities, embarrassing moments, and the fear that people won't get the joke... you know, what with the economy and everything.
Who Cares? (2014)
Filmmaker Mara Mouro finds people with simple solutions for hard issues that the world faces.
The Samaritan (2012)
Fury, originally known as The Samaritan, is a 2012 crime drama film written and directed by David Weaver. A trailer was released on its website.
An Ordinary Family (2012)
A family reunion turns awkward when an estranged member unexpectedly arrives with his boyfriend.
Alone and Restless (2004)
This is the original cut of this film which includes the experimental usage of film formats (and non-linear plot). Analog 8mm, Super8, 16mm, 1080i HD and DVCam Pro were all used to give the urban drama a gritty, erratic narrative style. Exhibited in art houses throughout 2005, this version of Alone and Restless is exclusively Black & White and has an entirely different opening sequence and ending (very different from the later Director's Cut which is mostly color and was toned down for mainstream audiences). This DVD features the uncut version (far more violent) with minamal narration (this version does not feature the "bank heist" sequences of the director's cut). The Story: Engaged in a battle to control the downtown drug trade, Mace (Martin Seijo) must fight to maintain control of his street gang as a young hustler named Ponch (Allan Medina) tries to take him out. Caught in the middle of the drug war are homeless drifters Jason (Michael Thomas Dunn) and Molly (Jamie Belanger). The film is existential journey of life in the urban jungle. The film is a somber look at the challenges of poverty, drugs and homelessness in the inner city. The film is seen through the eyes of a drifter suffering from schizophrenia. This DVD is loaded with special features including: - Scene Selection - Blooper Reel - Movie Trailer - Cast Interviews - Anamorphic Widescreen (Enhanced for 16:9 HDTV) - Dolby Digital Sound UNRATED CUT: Contains Graphic Violence, Adult Language, Drug References, Brief Nudity and Adult Situations. Not intended for audiences under 18 years old. Running Time: 78 Minutes
Ryan's Well (2011)
This is the inspirational tale of a small boy's mission to help those less fortunate than himself. Ryan was just six years old when he learnt that not everybody in the world has access to clean water. Desperate to help, he worked day and night to save enough money for a well to be dug in drought-stricken Uganda. His ambition soon grew and his altruistic nature dragged schoolmates and ultimately most of Canada with him. An uplifting and wonderfully touching story that reminds us all that we can change the world if we really believe.
The Good Soldier (2009)
The Good Soldier is a 2009 documentary film directed and produced by American filmmakers Lexy Lovell and Michael Uys. Using interviews with five veterans from different generations of American wars, the film explores the definition of what being a 'good soldier' really means.
Howard Zinn, author of A People's History of the United States and a former bombardier in World War II, served as an advisor to the filmmakers.
Jesse James' Women (1954)
Jesse James' Women is a 1954 American film starring as well as directed, co-produced and co-written by Don "Red" Barry, who portrays Jesse James. The supporting cast features Peggie Castle and Jack Buetel. Filmed in Silver Creek Mississippi.
Blood Riders: The Devil Rides With Us (2013)
Four friends find a body after they steal a car, and during their search for a place to dump it, they end up with an increasing amount of corpses.
Bug Bites: An Ant's Life (1998)
It's not easy being an ant. Just ask Thang, a worker ant who's building an ant hill for her Queen, saving Sal Caterpillar from the greedy geckos, and gathering seeds for her hungry sisters. Could Thang's overtaxed antennae be missing danger signals? Join this intrepid arthropod and her quirky sisters as they embark on an action-packed adventure in an unpredictable neighborhood: the backyard.
A Perfect Life (2011)
A response to a waitress's question causes a homeless man (Joe Rosati) to imagine himself back in his once-idyllic life.
A Life Among Whales (2005)
Weaving together natural history and biography, A Life Among Whales delves deeply into the unique relationship between humans and whales as told by renowned whale biologist and activist Dr. Roger Payne.
City After Midnight (1957)
An insurance sleuth (Dan O'Herlihy) helps a woman (Phyllis Kirk) suspected of robbing and killing an art collector (Wilfrid Hyde-White) in France.
Lovely, Still (2008)
Lovely, Still is a 2008 Christmas-themed romantic drama film starring Martin Landau and Ellen Burstyn.
Last Seen at Angkor (2006)
A man returns to Southeast Asia to look for his long-missing fiancee.
Three Came to Kill (1960)
Three Came to Kill is a 1960 American crime thriller film about an assassination attempt on a foreign prime minister.
In the Family (2008)
In the Family is a 2008 documentary film, produced by Kartemquin Films, about predicting breast and ovarian cancer and the choices women make when they are faced with the dangers of a possible life-threatening disease. The film's director, Joanna Rudnick, tests positive for the familial BRCA mutation that increases her chances of developing breast cancer by 60%. Faced with these odds, Rudnick must examine her choices of possibly taking her chances or possibly having her breasts and ovaries removed.
In the Family takes a look at genetic testing, something that was an impossibility to previous generations, but for some women, the decision to be tested is not easy. Rudnick follows several women going through the decision to be tested, some who are cancer survivors and some that are losing that battle. The question for each woman is, "how much do you sacrifice to survive?"
Produced by Kartemquin Films, In the Family premiered on PBS's P.O.V. on October 1, 2008. It was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Informational Long Form Programming in 2009.
In May 2009, director Joanna Rudnick contributed to the Huffington Post supporting a lawsuit made by the ACLU challenging the patent ownership of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes - the genes responsible for ovarian and breast cancer. Because of their patent control, Myriad Genetics, were being accused of limiting scientific breakthroughs that may lead to better prevention or treatment of ovarian and breast cancer. Parts of the company's patents on the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes were ruled invalid on March 29, 2010 by Judge Robert W. Sweet in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Myriad filed a notice of appeal on June 16, 2010 in the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Old Oklahoma Plains (1952)
Old Oklahoma Plains is a 1952 American Western film directed by William Witney and written by Milton Raison. The film stars Rex Allen, Slim Pickens, Elaine Edwards, Roy Barcroft, John Crawford and Joel Marston. The film was released on July 25, 1952, by Republic Pictures.
The Second Coming (1995)
Two teenage boys (Al Giordano, Jeff Constan) fall in love despite the racism and homophobia that permeates their Christian fundamentalist society.
The Magic Boy's Easter (1989)
Ten-year-old Josh suffers from a crippling bone disease. Whisked away to Biblical times in a dream, Josh encounters Lazarus and Joanna-- both healed by Jesus. His dream ends as Christ, on His way to the cross, takes the time to heal Josh. Upon awakening from his dream, Josh consents to surgery, knowing Jesus will never leave him! Recommended for ages 5-10.
Fenway Park: The Golden Age (2012)
Honoring the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park, this is a look at America's # 1 baseball shrine
Civil Love (2012)
Widowed during the Civil War, Rachel holds the South responsible for her husband's death. She reluctantly helps a wounded Confederate soldier hide out in her barn to escape the brutal men pursuing him, and in doing so, she discovers a hidden courage.
Oh, Susanna! (1936)
Oh, Susanna! is a 1936 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, and Frances Grant. Written by Oliver Drake, the film is about a cowboy who is robbed and then thrown from a train by an escaped murderer who then takes on the cowboy's identity.
Someone I Touched (1975)
A woman finds out that after years of trying, she is finally pregnant. Her elation is short lived, though, when she discovers that her husband has been unfaithful and has contracted a venerial disease.
Lon Chaney: Behind the Mask (1996)
This documentary looks inside the personal life and professional career of silent film star Lon Chaney. It explains how Lon Chaney created the first Hollywood monsters himself, and why they called him the man with a thousand faces. He starred in movies like "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" and "Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde". He was dedicated to creating lifelike makeup, so the audience would be totally entertained and scared. Lon Chaney was also famous for performing all his own stunts. The documentary also looks at much of his personal life, and giving birth to his son Lon Chaney Jr.