Under Control (2011)

An overview of the history of the nuclear power industry throughout Germany and Austria.

Invasion Of The Star Creatures (1962)

A pair of comical soldiers (Robert Ball and Frankie Ray) investigate a mysterious crater in an atomic detonation area and discover several beautiful alien vixens (Dolores Reed and Gloria Victor) who plan to conquer the world using an army of vegetable monsters.

American Biker (2013)

Bikers travel every highway in America keeping the spirit of freedom alive.

Crime Against Joe (1956)

An innocent man is accused of murdering a cabaret singer. His loyal classmates, although suspicious of his guilt, provide him with false alibis. When the man investigates, to really clear his name he encounters a real threat to his life from those classmates.

Bunny Play Date (2011)

This movie is about a bunny named Fawn. She has several friends to play with outdoors, including baby chicks and ducks. View the animals as they play with each other, discovering the unique capabilities of each animal. It is a family movie that children would enjoy.

Run for Cover (1955)

Run for Cover is a 1955 western film directed by Nicholas Ray, starring James Cagney, Viveca Lindfors, John Derek, and in his final film, Jean Hersholt. Distributed by Paramount Pictures, this film was made in VistaVision.

Under Texas Skies (1940)

Under Texas Skies is a 1940 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by George Sherman and produced and released by Republic Pictures.

Murder by the Book (1986)

A popular detective novelist consults his fictional alter ego when faced with a young woman's kidnapping.

Blind Turn (2012)

Samantha (Rachel Boston) is forced to confront her troubled past and dark secrets after she is kidnapped by a man looking for revenge.

A Field Full of Secrets (2014)

In 2008, two friends step into a crop circle for the first time, and one decides to try and build a UFO with help from an eccentric transsexual inventor.

The Better Angels (2014)

The Better Angels is a 2014 American biographical drama-historical film about United States President Abraham Lincoln's formative years. It was written and directed by A. J. Edwards. The film had its premiere at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 18, 2014. It was subsequently screened in the Panorama program at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival on February 8, 2014. In March 2014, Amplify acquired distribution rights to the film. It was released on November 7, 2014.

Light Of Mine (2011)

Owen, a photographer with an incurable eye disease, goes on a photography expedition to Yellowstone National Park, but his life changes forever when he loses his sight.

Angelic Voices: The Choristers of Salisbury Cathedral (2012)

This fascinating motion picture tells the tale of a group of children who possess an absolutely incredible gift for song. The film portrays the true story of child choristers that have been singing at the prestigious Salisbury. This is a tradition that has taken place for the past 900 years. The film follows these amazingly gifted eight to thirteen-year-old children on their remarkable journey to perform for Salisbury Cathedral. These 16 children are among the most gifted voices in the world, and are said by many to possess the most valuable musical instruments known to man. Now, they are on a mission to perform in front of the UK's most prestigious audience.

Dear Wife (1949)

Dear Wife is a 1949 comedy film starring Joan Caulfield and William Holden. It is the sequel to Dear Ruth, which was based on the Broadway play of the same name by Norman Krasna. J. D. Salinger, the author of Catcher in the Rye, has stated that he conjured the name of the book's protagonist, Holden Caulfield, when he saw a movie theatre marquee in his community displaying the names of the lead actors.

Destination Inner Space (1966)

Destination Inner Space is a 1966 science fiction film directed by Francis D. Lyon and written by Arthur C. Pierce. The film stars Scott Brady, Gary Merrill, Sheree North, and Wende Wagner, along with Mike Road, John Howard, William Thourbly, and Biff Elliot. The film was released in May 1966.

They Killed Sister Dorothy (2008)

They Killed Sister Dorothy is a 2008 documentary film about American-born Brazilian nun Dorothy Stang, who was murdered on February 12, 2005, in Anapu, a city located in the Amazon Rainforest. Directed by Daniel Junge, the film is narrated by Martin Sheen in the English version and by Wagner Moura in the Portuguese version.

Zach Galifianakis: Live at the Purple Onion (2007)

Live at the Purple Onion is the first special and DVD by American stand-up comedian Zach Galifianakis directed by Michael Blieden. The show was recorded at the San Francisco club The Purple Onion in June 2005.

Black Magic (1944)

Armed with his ancient Chinese proverb, "Shady business do not make for sunny life," Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler) sets out to thwart a dangerous clan of goulish swindlers and clear his daughter's name in a murder.

Those Redheads From Seattle (1953)

Those Redheads from Seattle (1953) is an American feature film, produced in 3-D and Technicolor, starring Rhonda Fleming, Gene Barry, Teresa Brewer and Agnes Moorehead, directed by Lewis R. Foster, and released by Paramount Pictures. In September 2006, the film was shown in 3-D for the first time in 50 years at the World 3-D Expo in Hollywood. Although Kiss Me Kate, released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in November 1953, is often referred to as the first 3-D musical, Those Redheads from Seattle was released a month earlier. In 2017 a digital restoration played at the TCM Festival in Hollywood and at the Seattle International Film Festival. The movie premiered in Seattle at the Paramount Theatre in 1953. A 3D Blu Ray was released in May 2017 by Kino Lorber.

What Comes Around (1985)

The saying goes that karma is a bitch, and this dramatic comedy is out to prove it. It is not easy to be a country singer, and Joe Hawkins is fighting his way back from drug and alcohol addiction with the help of his brother Tom. Upon release from rehab, Joe is mortified to learn that his trusted manager, Leon, has stolen millions of dollars from him. Joe does not want to wait for karma to settle the score. Along with his brother and a few friends, Joe is determined to show Leon that indeed what goes around comes around.

The Man Who Came Back (2008)

The Man Who Came Back is a 2008 American film directed by Glen Pitre. It stars Eric Braeden, Billy Zane, George Kennedy, and Armand Assante. Set in southern Louisiana, it is loosely based on the 1887 sugar strike in four parishes and violence that erupted in the Thibodaux Massacre.

Sex: My British Job (2013)

Documentarian Nick Broomfield and journalist Hsiao Hung Pai explore and expose the underworld of illegal brothels in London. There are over 2,000 brothels in London alone, all of which employ immigrant labor and force the women into a life of abuse and danger.

Dave Chappelle: For What it's Worth (2004)

Dave Chappelle, one of comedy's hottest stars, takes his trademark humor before a live audience with an uncensored, no-holds-barred comedy special Dave Chappelle: For What It's Worth. Chappelle says what people could say - but won't and don't dare to.

Earth at Risk: Building a Resistance Movement to Save the Planet (2011)

Earth at Risk is an annual conference featuring thinkers and activists who are willing to ask the hardest questions about the seriousness of our situation. Interviews and presentations include: Derrick Jensen, Arundhati Roy, William Catton, Jr., Rikki Ott, Thomas Linzey, Gail Dines, Jane Caputi, Waziyatawin, Aric McBay, Stephanie McMillan, Lierre Keith, and Nora Barrows-Friedman.

Every Pedal with You (2015)

An emotive documentary filmed over the course of twelve months, on two unique athletes and their individual stories on and off the bike. A rollercoaster journey for both Sam Willoughby and Alise Post as they fight to the top.

Big Baby (2015)

A mad scientist grandfather invents a genetic transformation machine and his 4 year old grandson accidentally turns his body into that of a 30 year old man. Baby Bobby escapes and runs around town as his siblings try to catch him before their parents get back from vacation AND before the bad guys get to him first. The machine is worth a lot of money and they only have a day before the machine loses its capabilities to change baby bobby back.

Boob Tube: Sex, TV and Ugly George (2008)

Boob Tube: Sex, TV & Ugly George

Behind Green Lights (1946)

Behind Green Lights is a 1946 American film noir directed by Otto Brower.

Love 600 (1970)

She accepts an apartment, furs and goodies from a "benefactor." But she has another lover, and the "benefactor" gets nothing. The disconcerted provider decides to send his comical butler after the lovebirds and it's a Keystone Cops chase...

Hearts in Bondage (1936)

Hearts in Bondage is a 1936 American film directed by Lew Ayres.

Return to Treasure Island (1954)

Return to Treasure Island is a 1954 American film directed by Ewald André Dupont.

Less (2011)

A homeless man pursues a special kind of freedom.

Desert Son (2010)

Phillip's stepfather abandons him in the desert, and the boy survives with two orphans named Jack and Lucy in an old mining town. Jack grows jealous of the bond between Phillip and Lucy and leads them back to civilization by committing increasingly dangerous crimes, until the unthinkable happens and the group violently unravels.

Magic Town (1947)

Magic Town is a 1947 comedy film directed by William A. Wellman and starring James Stewart and Jane Wyman. The picture is one of the first films about the then-new science of public opinion polling. The film was inspired by the Middletown studies. It is also known as The Magic City.

Building 173 (2009)

DocComTV Presents - Building 173 takes viewers behind closed doors and into the rooms of an apartment building in downtown Shanghai to watch the stories of 7 families unfold over 3 generations. Their stories of life, death and survival under one roof shed new light on China's turbulent recent history.

Scarlet Street (1945)

When middle-aged milquetoast Chris Cross (Edward G. Robinson) rescues street-walking bad girl Kitty (Joan Bennett) from the rain slicked gutters of Greenwich Village, he plunges headlong into a whirlpool of lust, larceny, and revenge. SCARLET STREET is Fritz Lang's 1945 remake of Jean Renoir's 1931 LA CHIENNE.

42nd Street: River to River (2009)

Filmmaker Gary Keys chronicles the colorful history of New York City's 42nd Street, from Colonial-era farmland to a bustling and colorful commercial center.

The Naked Street (1955)

The Naked Street is a 1955 American crime film noir directed by Maxwell Shane. The drama features Farley Granger, Anthony Quinn and Anne Bancroft.

An American Christmas Carol (1979)

It is Christmas Eve 1933, and the townspeople of Concord, NH are trying to hold onto their holiday spirit in the face of the Great Depression. But old Mr. Benedict Slade (Henry Winkler) is ruining what hope they have left by mercilessly repossessing their prized goods. Alone in his apartment, Slade is visited by three ghosts--Christmas Past, Present and Future--who take him on a journey through time that will show him the tragic consequences of his actions if he doesn't mend his ways forever.

Ruby's Studio: The Siblings Show (2015)

'Ruby's Studio: The Siblings Show' is a fun, engaging way to help siblings find the love. Sibs will sharpen their skills and learn new tools to resolve conflict, tame jealousy and boost harmony, all while enjoying a day of creative play with beloved host, Ruby, and her adorable cast of characters.

Small, Beautifully Moving Parts (2011)

While traveling to California to attend her baby shower, a pregnant woman (Anna Margaret Hollyman) takes a side trip to find her long-estranged mother.

Pony Play Date (2011)

Pony Play Date is an interesting and educational kids movie that is targeted for children ages eight and up. Thanks to the lovable characters, this is one of the cutest kids movies that helps children understand fundamental things like learning to working together and trying your hardest in all that you do. All the while making sure that kids understand leaning how to play with others. Pony Play Date uses animals to make up the main characters in the movie and thanks to the story line, children will love the adventures these little critters get up to.

Night Tide (1961)

Mastered in HD from 35mm film elements restored by the Academy Film Archive, with support from The Film Foundation and Curtis Harrington. NIGHT TIDE remains one of the most influential indie horror films of the 1960s, launching the career of director Curtis Harrington and helping establish Dennis Hopper as one of cult cinema's most eclectic leading men. With extras including audio commentary by Harrington and Hopper and interviews with the director.

Tracey Ullman: Live and Exposed (2005)

Tracey Ullman: Live and Exposed is an HBO stand-up special starring actress-comedian Tracey Ullman. The stage show documents Ullman's life, with reenactments of her childhood; her early days as a dancer; her time on the stage; her music stint; and her television career.

Mr. Smith Goes to Tokyo (2009)

When Tomoko finds some messages for a 'Mr Smith' on a lost mobile phone, she finds herself on an 'Alice in Wonderland' journey through Tokyo's boulevards and back alleys. From the tyranny of symmetry in soaring office blocks - to buildings that look like space-ships, this creative documentary shows us the city's soul.

Mr. Wise Guy (1942)

Mr. Wise Guy is a 1942 American film starring The East Side Kids and directed by William Nigh.

The Duke Of West Point (1938)

The Duke of West Point is a 1938 American drama film directed by Alfred E. Green. It was described as "A Yank at Oxford in reverse".

The Beast With A Million Eyes (1955)

The Beast with a Million Eyes (a.k.a. The Unseen) is a 1955 independently made science fiction film produced and directed by David Kramarsky that stars Paul Birch, Lorna Thayer, and Dona Cole. Some film sources have said that the film was co-directed by Lou Place. The film was co-produced by Roger Corman and Samuel Z. Arkoff. The film was released by American Releasing Corporation, which later became American International Pictures. The film's storyline concerns a space alien that is able to see through the eyes of a large array of Earth life that it can also mentally control, part of its plan to conquer the Earth.

Home Town Story (1951)

Home Town Story is a 1951 American drama film directed by Arthur Pierson and starring Jeffrey Lynn, Donald Crisp, and Alan Hale, Jr.. The film features Marilyn Monroe in a small, early role. The film was backed by General Motors to promote the virtues of big business.

Desire Under The Elms (1958)

The son (Anthony Perkins) of an 1840s New England patriarch (Burl Ives) lusts after his father's bride (Sophia Loren).

Under Colorado Skies (1947)

Under Colorado Skies is a 1947 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Louise Rousseau. The film stars Monte Hale, Lorna Gray, Paul Hurst, William Haade, John Alvin and LeRoy Mason. The film was released on December 15, 1947, by Republic Pictures.

The Mother Grain (2014)

The Mother Grain is a photo-book and documentary project about the rapid rise in popularity of quinoa and is focused on the lives and methods of the local Aymara and Quechua Bolivian farmers, who are descended from the Incas.

Section 60: Arlington National Cemetery (2008)

It has been called 'the saddest acre in America.' It is also one of the most sacred. Section 60 in Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for young men and women who died fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. For families and friends, it is a place to grieve, to honor, to remember--and to find comfort and community with others who have shared the same profound loss. Award-winning filmmakers Jon Alpert and Matthew O'Neill present this emotional, elegiac documentary filmed entirely in Section 60 where cameras captured the sights and sounds of funerals and provide intimate glimpses of family members and friends who have come to honor their loved ones.

Cold Eyes of Fear (1971)

Peter unwillingly tolerates the authority of his uncle, Judge Flower, and decides to break up a project that has become unacceptable to him. Together with Janet, a rather "free" type of girl, he organizes a "little party" for the stern magistrate. However, troubles begin in the apartment. Joseph, the old servant, is found dead, and they themselves are targets for the bullet of the killer. In fact there is a gang which has decided to eliminate the magistrate and they now take Peter as a hostage. When Flower appears, events in the apartment move fast. In a last desperate escape, Peter manages to get the better of his captors and the siege is over, but unfortunately Janet pays for her involvement with Flower, with her life.

The Job (2003)

The Job is a 2003 Crime drama film directed and written by Kenny Golde.

Four Horsemen (2012)

Four Horsemen is a 2012 British documentary film directed by Ross Ashcroft. The film criticises the system of fractional reserve banking, debt-based economy and political lobbying by banks, which it regards as a serious threat to Western civilisation. It criticises the War on Terror, which it maintains is not fought to eliminate al-Qaeda and other militant organizations, but to create larger debt to the banks. As an alternative, the film promotes a return to classical economics and the gold standard. Among those interviewed are Joseph Stiglitz, former chief economist at the World Bank; Noam Chomsky, linguistics professor; John Perkins, author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man; ecological economist and steady-state theorist Herman Daly, formerly at the World Bank; and Max Keiser, TV host and former trader. The film was released in the United Kingdom on 14 March 2012. A book based on the film has been published.

If You Meet Sartana... Pray for Your Death (1968)

If You Meet Sartana Pray for Your Death (Italian: Se incontri Sartana prega per la tua morte), also known as Sartana, is a 1968 spaghetti western film directed by Gianfranco Parolini. The film stars Gianni Garko, William Berger, Fernando Sancho and Klaus Kinski, and features a musical score by Piero Piccioni. If You Meet Sartana Pray for Your Death was the first in a series of spaghetti westerns based on the character Sartana. It was followed by four other official Sartana films: I Am Sartana Your Angel of Death (Sono Sartana, il vostro becchino, 1969), Have a Good Funeral, My Friend... Sartana Will Pay (Buon funerale, amigos!... paga Sartana, 1970), Light the Fuse... Sartana Is Coming (Una nuvola di polvere... un grido di morte... arriva Sartana, 1971) and Sartana's Here... Trade Your Pistol for a Coffin (C'è Sartana... vendi la pistola e comprati la bara, 1970), in which Garko was replaced by George Hilton. All the four sequels were directed by Giuliano Carnimeo, whereas Parolini was chosen to direct The Sabata Trilogy, after producer Alberto Grimaldi saw his work with the first Sartana film. As with Django a few years earlier, several directors, such as Demofilo Fidani, made unofficial sequels to cash in on the success of Sartana.

Death on a Factory Farm (2009)

Death on a Factory Farm is a 2009 television documentary film concerning the animal rights abuses at the Wiles hog farm, and the subsequent investigation and trial.

On the Double (1961)

At the time of the Invasion of Normandy, an American soldier is asked to impersonate a British General in order to confuse the Nazi spies and assassins in London.

Rewind This! (2013)

Rewind This! is a 2013 documentary film directed by Josh Johnson about the impact of VHS on the film industry and home video, as well as about collectors of videotapes.

Hard Times at Douglass High: A No Child Left Behind Report Card (2008)

At Frederick Douglass High School in Baltimore, MD, the expectations raised by the No Child Left Behind Act have reached a critical point. Shot over the course of one year, this film looks at this storied institution at a time when its very existence has been put in doubt. Oscar(R)-winning filmmakers Alan and Susan Raymond delve into the classrooms, corridors and offices of Douglass High. Their focus: to look at the challenges facing teachers and students as this inner-city school copes with the looming specter of sanctions in the wake of the 2002 education-reform act designed to raise academic standards.

Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958)

Ambush at Cimarron Pass is a 1958 American Western film directed by Jodie Copelan, starring Scott Brady and Clint Eastwood (third billed, later first billed upon reissue). The film also features Margia Dean, Irving Bacon, Frank Gerstle, Baynes Barron, and William Vaughn. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on September 24, 2013. It is the first time it has been released on any home video format, and is the only feature film ever directed by Copelan, who was primarily a film editor.

The Girl from Manhattan (1948)

The Girl from Manhattan is a 1948 American film starring Dorothy Lamour and George Montgomery. It was directed by Alfred E. Green.

From Beneath (2012)

Jason and Sam go on a trip to see Sam's sister, and Jason is bitten by a strange creature when they arrive. The bite begins to transform Jason's body, and the couple races time to find out what bit Jason and what happened to Sam's family.

Who Killed Walter Benjamin... (2005)

An investigation into the evidence surrounding the death of one of 20th Century's great minds.

Destroy All Rational Thought (1998)

The great Beat Generation experiments took place in Tangier, the Moroccan city where William Burroughs, Brion Gysin, and the Moroccan painter Hamri taught Jack Kerouac, Timothy Leary, and Allen Ginsberg how to live outside the law. This DVD features one of the last interviews with Burroughs and previously unseen vintage footage of him in his prime during the 50s and early 60s.

All Over Town (1937)

All Over Town is a 1937 American film directed by James W. Horne.

My Refuge (2013)

The people of a small city in Arizona deal with the aftermath of a nuclear detonation on U.S. soil.

Making Something Up (2001)

An anal-retentive author of children's books wrestles with personal significance and professional recognition while falling for an unemployed single mom whose old beau won't let her go.

The End Times: In the Words of Jesus (2006)

The End Times is a movie about the end of the world as we know it today. The End Times is like a lot of movies about the end of the world, in that there are a wide range of emotions throughout the entire movie. Many people are killed in the movie, but in the end the world is rescued from destruction and the entire human race is saved. The End Times movie does have a lot of dark elements within it, and can be scary for many audiences if they are not accustomed to seeing things like that.

The Remaining (2014)

The Remaining is an action-packed supernatural thriller that addresses questions of life, love and belief against an apocalyptic backdrop. A group of close friends gather for a wedding, but the celebration is shattered by a series of cataclysmic events and enemies foretold by biblical end-times prophecies. The survivors face a horrifying, uncertain future as they scramble for safety. But as their world collapses around them in chaos and terror will they choose real life through faith, or just try to survive?

Return to Oz (1985)

Return to Oz is a 1985 fantasy adventure film directed and written by Walter Murch, an editor and sound designer, co-written by Gill Dennis and produced by Paul Maslansky. It stars Nicol Williamson as the Nome King, Jean Marsh as Princess Mombi, Piper Laurie as Aunt Em, Matt Clark as Uncle Henry and introduces Fairuza Balk as Dorothy Gale. It is loosely based on L. Frank Baum's Oz novels, mainly The Marvelous Land of Oz (1904) and Ozma of Oz (1907), yet is set six months after the events of the first novel, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) took place. Although it is not an official sequel to the 1939 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film, The Wizard of Oz, it does borrow a few elements from it, most notably the Ruby Slippers. The plot focuses on an insomniac Dorothy, who returns to the Land of Oz only to discover that the entire country and its inhabitants are facing near extinction at the hands of a villainous king who dwells in a neighboring mountain. Upon her second arrival, Dorothy, alongside her pet chicken Billina, befriend a group of new companions, including Tik-Tok, Jack Pumpkinhead and the flying Gump. Together they set out on a quest to save Oz and restore it to its former glory. Murch was interested in doing another Oz story in 1980, while Disney struggled making an Oz film since the 1930s and they had to do something with the Oz books they held the rights to before they went to the public domain in 1985. Released on June 21, 1985 by Walt Disney Pictures, it performed poorly at the box office, grossing $11.1 million in the United States, and received mixed reviews from critics. However, Return to Oz performed well outside the U.S and is considered by fans as a more faithful adaptation of the book series than the 1939 classic, and has since acquired a large cult following. The film received an Academy Award nomination for Best Visual Effects.

Ricky (2010)

Likeable loser Ricky McDown is a struggling actor with a light wallet, a big heart and an even bigger “Rocky” fixation. When his gorgeous, new girlfriend, Tracy, dumps him, heâ€s crushed … Until his pals convince him that â€" in order to win back the heart of his self-centered “soulmate” â€" he just needs to transform himself into the man of her dreams. With the help of Janie, a cute girl from his boxing gym, Ricky channels the “eye of the tiger” and whips himself into shape â€" both body and soul â€" for his big move on Tracy … and an even bigger confrontation with Brad, the arrogant, smooth-talking playboy whoâ€s already taken his place. But the road to true love is this charming (and disarming) romantic comedy is a rocky path indeed … in more ways than one!

Dead & Nowhere (2008)

Homicide cop Ray Maldonado has found a third dead hooker in as many days. The realization that he's got a serial killer on his hands hits him.

Dead Sea (2014)

Auriel, a marine biologist, investigates the mysterious deaths of marine life around a salt water lake and discovers a ravenous creature of legend.

Deal Travis In (2013)

A man trying to make his peace with the mysterious death of his daughter is offered the answers he's seeking, but he gets them at the cost of his freedom and another woman's life.

Delta Boys (2012)

The personal stories of two Nigerian militants and a young mother-to-be illustrate the global struggle between corporate interests and an underserved population.

Dementia (2015)

"An emotionally resonant chiller. A riveting performance by Gene Jones." – Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter A disabled war veteran is in bad hands when his family hires the live-in nurse from hell in this intense psychological shocker. George (Gene Jones of The Hateful Eight and The Sacrament) is an aging ex-soldier haunted by memories of Vietnam and struggling to reconnect with his estranged son and granddaughter. But when he suffers a stroke and is diagnosed with dementia, George is left in the care of Michelle (Halloween's Kristina Klebe), a seemingly sweet nurse with a disturbing dark side. At the mercy of a psychopath with a hypodermic needle, George becomes a prisoner in his own home, caught in a sadistic game of cat and mouse as brutal as anything he experienced in Vietnam. In his feature debut, director Mike Testin masterfully keeps the tension mounting – until it explodes in delirious violence.

Depeche Mode: Live in Berlin (2014)

Depeche Mode Live in Berlin' was filmed at the O2 World Berlin during the band's extremely successful 'Delta Machine Tour.’ The concert includes performances of tracks from their latest album, and some of their classic hits.

Dolls of Voodoo (2013)

A powerful voodoo priest seeks revenge on newlyweds after his daughter is scorned.

Don't Panic: The Truth About Population (2013)

In this program, Professor Hans Rosling, a statistical expert, discovers that people's perceptions of the world's population and associated problems are often decades out of date. In this statistical tour-de-force, he shares that the world of tomorrow is a much better place than we might imagine.

Drone (2014)

Not to be confused with Drones (2013 film), an American thriller film. Drone is a 2014 English-language documentary film directed by Norwegian director Tonje Hessen Schei. The film explores the use of drones in warfare. Drone aired on the TV network Arte on April 15, 2014. The documentary screened at several film festivals throughout 2014, winning several awards. Drone was released in Norway on February 27, 2015.

Edge of Fury (1958)

Edge of Fury is a 1958 American drama film directed by Robert J. Gurney Jr. and Irving Lerner and written by Robert J. Gurney Jr.. The film stars Michael Higgins, Lois Holmes, Jean Allison, Doris Fesette and Malcolm Lee Beggs. The film was released on May 1, 1958, by United Artists.

Exodus to Shanghai (2015)

An Action/Adventure film of Dr. Ho the Chinese Consul in Vienna in 1938 who issued Exit Visas to many Jews against the instruction of his superiors. Together with Fannia and Bruce they must leave Vienna as the Gestapo is chasing them to get the Jews and Hitler's painting. They learn to fight against the Nazis. A Good Nazi is a Dead Nazi

Anguish (2015)

Anguish is a 2015 horror film that was written and directed by Sonny Mallhi and marks his directorial debut. The film had its world premiere on July 21, 2015 at the Fantasia International Film Festival and stars Ryan Simpkins as a young woman whose mental issues may be a result of the paranormal.

Anti-Horror (2005)

Director Gregory Kane will do anything to get his movie completed. After two failed attempts, this time there will be no quitting. And as his acting troupe heads to a remote shooting location, egos and legend combine to make this a set that will terrify all those involved.

Ashes (2012)

Ashes is a 2012 British thriller film directed by Mat Whitecross.

A Silent Truth (2012)

A 14-year-old boy (Daniel Sovich) fears repercussions from homophobic family members and friends if he reveals that he's gay.

A Touch Unseen (2014)

After a fatal car accident that kills their parents , two sisters start to notice strange paranormal assaults at night. Things take a worse turn when a stalker becomes interested in the younger sister.

Ballerina (2008)

Raised by her brother and trained to be an assassin, a woman (Amanda Nutting) completes contracts for the family while studying dance at a local college.

Balyakalasakhi (2014)

Balyakalasakhi is a 2014 Malayalam language film adaptation of the famous novel of the same name by Vaikom Muhammad Basheer. The romantic musical drama film was written and directed by debutante Pramod Payyannur and stars Mammootty, Isha Talwar, Meena, Seema Biswas, KPAC Lalitha and Mamukkoya in lead roles. The film was a flop at the box office

Beast (2015)

Bruno loves his wife Maxine. But something is wrong. Their love is not what it once was, and Maxine has found someone else. That changes everything. And it changes Bruno. But there is nothing he can do about it. Once you have wandered into the dark recesses of love, which are filled with frustration, hate, and powerlessness, there is no turning back.

Belinda Carlisle: Runaway Live (1990)

With the face and figure of an angel and a voice that would charm the stars from skies, no wonder Belinda Carlisle called her platinum album "Heaven On Earth

Best Day Ever (2014)

As David approaches his 50th birthday, he wonders if he made the right choices. When a younger man shows him age does not matter, David realizes his future happiness is still in front of him.

Black Eyed Dog (2014)

This movie tells the story of two Irish born brothers living separate lives in San Francisco. They are inextricably bound by their troubled past, winding a tragic modern version of the Cain and Abel tale of two brothers falling out.

Blast (2004)

Blast was a 2004 action comedy film directed by Anthony Hickox. It was written by Steven E. de Souza and starring Eddie Griffin, Vinnie Jones, Breckin Meyer, and Vivica A. Fox.

Blood Cult (1985)

Blood Cult is an American 1985 slasher film and one of the first to be released on the home video market.

Blood Makes Noise (2005)

Little do her four guests realize that before noon the patio will be stained with their blood...

Born Sweet (2010)

Arsenic poisons a 15-year-old boy and an entire village in Cambodia.

Boy Meets Girl (2015)

Boy Meets Girl is a 2014 American romance film directed by Eric Schaeffer. It stars Michelle Hendley as a transgender woman living in a small town in Kentucky, looking for love.