To Love and to Cherish (2012)

Jay and Aliyah have been married for five years and each has a child from a previous marriage. When Aliyah's husband shows up and demands custody of their son she tries to secretly work it out instead of talking to Jay about the situation. To make matters more complicated, Jay allows his sassy teenage daughter to move in without consulting Aliyah and the two women immediately bump heads. With constant misunderstandings and both disregarding the other's feelings, these two are going to need to learn the laws of communication and respect if they want to make their marriage work.

Dane Cook: Rough Around the Edges (2007)

In this film, we enjoy the unique mind of comedian Dane Cook. Also an actor, this movie shows his stand-up prowess at the famed Madison Square Garden. His comic delivery is unique among his peers, making the viewer feel as though he were your raucus buddy. His act is hilarious, of course, sometimes a little off-color, but always worth a good belly laugh.

Jeffrey Ross: No Offense (2008)

THE ROASTMASTER GENERAL COMES HOME! When Jeffrey Ross swaggers onto the stand-up stage, no one is safe. Both respected and feared as a result of his show-stopping performances at the Comedy Central Roasts, Ross decided to take his hilarious and heartfelt brand of insult humor on the road. But the comedian who was once introduced as a "one-man verbal assault unit" has never headlined in his home state . . . until now. On his first Comedy Central stand-up special, the Roastmaster General goes back to his Jersey roots and unleashes his wrath on a wide range of topics including travel, technology, movies, politics, family and sex. In this career-defining performance, Jeff leaves almost nothing un-dissed.

Prophecy Of Eve (2014)

Eve's life changes after supernatural agents abduct her parents. When she is approached by members of her parents' order, questions from her childhood emerge.

Tracing Cowboys (2010)

An Englishman travels to Mexico to find his girlfriend.

So This Is Love (1953)

Ill-fated opera star Grace Moore reflects upon a career that culminated in her performance at the prestigious Met.

Coming of Age In Cherry Grove: The Invasion (2014)

One of the most accepting resort communities in the world, Cherry Grove on New York's Fire Island is a place where everyone can discover who they really are and enjoy being a free spirit.

Carlos Mencia: Not for the Easily Offended (2005)

Carlos Mencia represents the internal voice inside us and demands we admit to thinking what he says out loud. In this incredibly funny, raw, biting and ultimately smart routine, Mencia covers taboo topics including ethnic stereotypes, race relations, immigration, war, patriotism, capitalism and family with brutal honesty and unrelenting provocativeness. Be prepared to laugh, get red in the face, and rewind to make sure he actually said what you think he said. Most of all, get ready to have a great time (if you're not easily offended) with Carlos Mencia.

Assassin of Youth (1938)

A reporter tries to rehabilitate a young marijuana abuser in this camp classic about the dangers of drugs.

Timestalkers (1987)

Recently widowed college professor and Wild West history buff Scott McKenzie (William Devane) and his friend Joe Brodsky (John Ratzenberger) win two 19th-century steamer trunks and their contents at an auction. But when McKenzie closely examines a photograph from inside one of the trunks, he suspects that the man in the photo (Klaus Kinski) is a time traveler. Despite the obvious risks, McKenzie then agrees to help the enigmatic Georgia (Lauren Hutton) find the time traveler.

500 Years Later (2005)

Examines the many problems afflicting Africans today, including rampant crime, poor education, HIV/AIDS, poverty and more.

Jewel: The Essential Live Songbook (2008)

Recorded at the historic Rialto Theatre in Joliet, Illinois.

Gay USA (1977)

Arthur Bressan created a gay-America panorama when he commissioned filmmakers throughout the country to record all June 1977 Lesbian and Gay Pride parades and marches. He then cut on-the-street interviews--gay women and men talking about their lovers and how they came out--with the resulting footage, including lesbians marching against housework and drag queens protesting fascism, to create this revolutionary documentary. "When the Anita Bryant debacle happened I was hurled into making this political documentary. My naive dream was that if we all saw ourselves in our numbers we would never buy into the guilt trip again. Not from Anita Bryant or from [NYC] Mayor Koch or from Cardinal Cook. Not even from AIDS...." -Arthur Bressan

Girls in Chains (1943)

A fired teacher (Arline Judge) finds work at a girls reform school and helps a detective (Roger Clark) on a case.

Death By Vhs (2013)

Five vignettes illustrate the mayhem and death that follow when a couple rents a cursed videocassette recorder.

Abomination: The Evilmaker II (2003)

A year after tragic events struck four close friends, the mystery of their disappearance still has not been solved. One family member dares to hurl herself into a web of darkness and evil in order to find out what really happened. The evil unleashed from her actions will have a terrifying consequence for everyone as they combat The Evilmaker!

An Evening With My Comatose Mother (2011)

Dorothy visits a friend's house, and no one tells her that a comatose and decaying woman lives upstairs.

Brutal Beauty: Tales of the Rose City Rollers (2010)

Members of an Oregon-based roller derby team talk about what the sport means to them.

He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special (1985)

During a trip to Earth, Orko learns about the origins of Christmas and brings its traditions back with him to Eternia. But while goodwill and holiday cheer spread throughout the Royal Palace, Skeletor and Hordak join forces to put an end to the merry festivities!

The Thought Exchange (2012)

"Our thoughts create our reality" "What we think appears before us in the world" "Change your thoughts and you change your life" We all know this, Why don't we do it? The Thought Exchange is a simple yet profound way of looking at the world, that allows us to understand and experience the truth about who we really are, where we really live, what we really want, and how to have that all the time.

Of Unknown Origin (1983)

A New York banker (Peter Weller) fends for himself against a giant rat loose in his renovated brownstone.

California (1963)

A Mexican aristocrat (Michael Pate) dies leading troops against his half brother's rebels (Jock Mahoney) in old California.

Meishi Street (2006)

MEISHI STREET shows ordinary citizens taking a stand against the planned destruction of their homes for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. In order to widen traffic routes for the Olympic Games, the Beijing Municipal Government orders the demolition of entire neighborhoods. Several evictees of Meishi Street, located next to Tiananmen Square, fight through endless red tape and the indifference of fellow citizens for the right to keep their homes. Given video cameras by the filmmakers, they shoot exclusive footage of the eviction process, adding vivid intimacy to their story. Acclaimed at over two dozen museums and galleries around the world, MEISHI STREET, by renowned visual artist Ou Ning, works as both art and activism, calling worldwide attention to lives being demolished in the name of progress.

Supercapitalist (2012)

A maverick hedge-fund manager from New York moves to Hong Kong to orchestrate a huge deal, which swiftly escalates out of his control.

El Secreto del capitán O'Hara (1968)

A court-martialed soldier saves a fort and the Major who falsely testified against him from an Indian attack.

Dead Is Dead (1992)

Eric is attacked and partially dismembered by a mutant creature and left for dead. A woman named Laura finds him and uses an experimental drug on him known as Doxital. Eric uses his supply of the drug to pay off a debt, but the Doxital he gives away is a bad batch! Can he get it back in time?

American Pharaoh (2014)

From PBS - Go behind the scenes with the Egyptian national soccer team -- the "Pharaohs" -- and its American coach, Bob Bradley and follow the team's efforts to qualify for soccer's ultimate event for the first time in more than 20 years. Faced with ongoing violence and political strife within the country, the team must remain united and work together to reach their ambitious goal. American Pharaoh documents the team's personal and professional struggles to keep their eyes on the prize of getting to the World Cup while living in and representing a country in turmoil.

Rromani Soul (2008)

RROMANI SOUL traces the true origin of the Rroma people. Through rituals, song and dance we follow emblematic figure and "Queen of the Gypsies" Esma Redzepova to Macedonia, south of France and finally to India. The film reveals for the first time ever that the true and unique origin of the Rroma is Kannauj in Uttar Pradesh, India.

Against Me!: Live At the Key Club (2007)

Against Me! Live At The Key Club

To Survive (2014)

A heartbroken man fends off marauders in a lawless world.

Quiet Fire (1991)

A loner (Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs) seeks revenge on a U.S. Senate candidate he blames for the murder of his best friend.

Let Freedom Ring (1939)

Determined to expand his empire with a cross-country railroad, tycoon Jim Knox (Edward Arnold) hires criminals to assist in clearing the ranches around the small town of Clove City, which stands in the way of a critical junction. Tom Logan (Lionel Barrymore) leads the ranchers against Knox. When Tom's son, Steve (Nelson Eddy), returns from college, he devises a scheme to unseat Knox by pretending to be the man's ally -- upsetting both his father and his sweetheart, Maggie (Virginia Bruce).

Special Needs (2006)

Bobby Spencer's life has been one bad choice after another. The time has come for Bobby to make some good ones. Ella Wilson's life has been chosen for her. At 28 years old she is left alone to care for her Autistic brother. She knows that her needs will have to wait, in order for her to care for his special ones. Every now and then a story comes along that not only changes the way you think about life, but changes the way you live. This is a story of faith, hope, love and fear. Life is a tapestry of people, events and souls. Bobby and Ella, are blessed to have crossed paths and will come to realize that we all have needs, some are just more special than others. Share the mystery of love.

Good Game (2014)

A group of men turn their dreams into reality by pursuing careers in competitive gaming.

The Goldbergs (1950)

Molly is a 1951 movie that gave a behind the scenes look at the infamous New York City based radio program family from the 1930s, The Goldberg's. Molly was the mother on The Goldberg's program and the role was played by Gertrude Berg. Berg also plays a role in the movie here.

Grace & Mercy (2006)

Two sisters take hostages at a church after a planned heist goes awry.

Maseeha (2015)

Criminal mastermind, Surajbhan presides over the slums crushing anyone who stands in his way. His dedicated employee Shankar decides to leave him. Shankar and his wife are killed by corrupt law abiding offficers, DCP Srivastav & inspector Thapar. Shankar's son Shiva who grows up with DCP's son, Vijay. Shiva teams up with an enemy of Surajbhan, Krishna to put an end to his criminal empire.

Convicts at Large (1938)

An architect (Ralph Forbes) enters a mob-run nightclub wearing clothes left for an escaped convict.

Hearts Of The West (1975)

During the 1930s, endearingly nave Lewis Tater (Jeff Bridges) aspires to be the next great American Western writer. But when he travels to California, he's recruited by Bert Kessler (Alan Arkin), a Hollywood unit manager, to star in a series of low-rent Westerns. While on set, Lewis learns about the less glamorous aspects of the movie business while befriending an old stuntman, Howard Pike (Andy Griffith), and falling in love with a spirited young secretary, Miss Trout (Blythe Danner).

Napoleon and Samantha (1972)

Napoleon is an 11 year old boy being brought up in the Rocky Mountains by his grandfather. Napoleon has befriended a circus clown, and when the clown has to return to Europe, Napoleon agrees to look after the clown's aging lion. Contrary to popular belief he's a gentle creature, so boy and animal form a friendship. However, Napoleon's world is turned upside down when his grandfather dies.

Pauly Shore & Friends (2009)

Pauly Shore's name conjures images of Bio-Dome and Encino Man, but there's more to his laid-back persona than meets the eye. Raised by the owners of Sunset Strip's renowned comedy landmark, "The Comedy Store," Pauly Shore takes the audience through his unique past. Can you imagine having Sam Kinison as your baby sitter? How about Andrew Dice Clay dating your sister? Several of Shore's friends round out the show: Iliza Shlesinger ("Last Comic Standing" winner); Steve Rannazzisi ("The League"), 'Comedy Store' legend (and Sam Kinison's best friend) Carl LaBove, and of course Pauly's best friend and father Sammy Shore who takes full responsibility for introducing Pauly to comedy.

678 (2010)

Three Cairene women from different backgrounds join together in uneasy solidarity to combat the sexual harassment that has impacted each of their lives. Official selection of the prestigious Global Lens Collection presented by the Global Film Initiative. (Egypt: Arabic w. English subs.)

Tripoli (1950)

A French countess (Maureen O'Hara) joins a Marine officer (John Payne) and a Greek mercenary (Howard da Silva) fighting pirates in circa-1800 Libya.

The House on the Wrong Side of the Tracks (2013)

The House on the Wrong Side of the Tracks is a Found Footage Film. Three low life punks commit a home invasion with plans to capture all the action on camera, but when the couples son comes home they soon discover they entered the wrong house.

Dark Mirror of Magick: The Vassago Millennium Prophecy (2001)

"This is the most remarkable record of a supernatural event I have ever witnessed. " - Wayne Darwen, Director. On January 3rd, 2001, documentary writer/producer Wayne Darwen brought a professional TV news crew into the Temple of the O. T. A. to visually record a remarkable event: the summoning of the ancient spirit Vassago. On February 1st, the Los Angeles affiliate of a National TV Network broadcast an edited version of Vassago's Prophecy, confirming that the Spirit had predicted a major news event. Only 13 days after the ritual was visually recorded, President Laurent Kabila of the Congo was assassinated! In this video version we show you the entire operation in sequence, exactly as it happened with no rehearsals and no retakes. Wayne Darwen also interviews the Magister Thabion (Poke Runyon) and the mystic seer Frater Solomon. Their unrehearsed answers to his probing questions leave no doubt as to the philosophical depth and spiritual power of Solomon's ancient Magick even in this modern age. In "The Magick of Solomon" video we dramatically reenacted magical rituals for instructive purposes, whereas "Dark Mirror of Magick" is the record of an actual magical operation of historical significance. We believe that this remarkable documentary will be studied and commented on for years to come. This 2011 edition has ten more minutes of new footage added with commentary on the Vassago Prophecy, as subsequently revealed in the following two years, plus a new prophecy from Vassago himself. Viewer discretion is advised, do not engage in these practices without the supervision of an experienced adept. CAUTION; This DVD shows actual Spirit Summoning, not recommended for immature viewers

Angel Wishes: Journey Of A Spititual Healer (2010)

The true-life story of Lana Bettencourt. A woman who endured abusive childhood situations and two abusive marriages to answer her calling of helping others as a Spiritual Healer. Experience the life's events, circumstances and conditions that lead her to a world of healing others. This is a unique Spiritual experience that will make you laugh and cry as you see her amazing life unveiled. This movie is a must see for anyone that needs to heal.

Young and Handsome: A Night with Jeff Garlin (2008)

Jeff Garlin, a well known comedian returns to his hometown of Chicago to a sold out crowd for his hour long performance. Although Jeff is a very intelligent man, he loves to make himself look stupid, stupid to the crowd that is. His comedy is more than just a rib tickling episode, with his great flare for storytelling, Jeff will have you in stitches. Listen and laugh as he tells how he stole his first item, and another funny story when he talks about about fat men falling down. You'll never know just what will come out of Jeff's mouth.

The Chronology Protection Case (2002)

When Phil D'Amato takes a call from a lady physicist about her missing husband, he has no idea that her life, his life, and every other scientist working on a top-secret time travel project will soon be in dire jeopardy. As the number of dead begins to mount, D'Amato starts to realize that the suspect is not any one person or group but something much more sinister and dangerous.

The Cradle of Storms (2014)

Surfers Alex Gray, Josh Mulcoy and Pete Devries journey to the Aleutian Arc of Alaska.

Ritratti di surf (2012)

RITRATTI DI SURF is a film about surfers, shapers, artists and other characters connected to the Italian surf culture. The film was shot between 2011 and 2013 by the authors of Onde Nostre, the first italian surf movie shot in 16mm film, which has been selected by numerous international film festivals.

Web of Darkness (2001)

The long awaited release of the Indie Cyber-Vampire thriller, The Web of Darkness, is now upon us. Never before released this cat and mouse tale of the undead co-stars two of the horror genres most celebrated members. Tom Savini, Legendary Make-Up F/X Artist, Actor and Director and Brinke Stevens, Ultimate Scream Queen, Pin-Up Model, Writer and Actress are together again. A young couple crosses paths with a clan of Vampire they discover via the internet. Action ensues when one is bitten and the other must take on these creatures of the night to save her immortal soul. Special Features include: - Audio Commentary - Scene Selection - Blooper Reel - Original Teaser Trailer - Prequel Comic "Hunter's Moon" (Digital Copy) - Original Script

Spirit Hunters (2012)

Follow Alex and Buck Cannon as the two brothers do battle with the paranormal and find themselves up against a group of demons that are here to destroy humankind. With the help from their uncle and distant father, they must use all of their special skills and weapons to not only save themselves, but each other from the coming doom. The Spirit Huntes is another release from Nagle Studio's that takes special effects to nothing seen before. With the Directors of Rome Williamson, Don Nagle, TOdd Nagle and the great actors involved makes for one HELL of a film

Far Marfa (2013)

Carter hopes his search for a missing piece of art will fix his life.

Manscaping (2009)

A fun-loving guy from Miami and a man from Kansas choose the best option for grooming.

Enemmy (2013)

Daredevil CID officers battle an underworld don.

Stagecoach to Monterey (1944)

Undercover Treasury agents (Allan Lane, Wally Vernon) shut down swindlers and forgers out West.

Blackwood (1976)

David Blackwood lives in Newfoundland and makes etchings in the tradition of Rembrandt and Goya.

Tower of the First Born (1998)

A woman (Ione Skye) and a prince search for her treasure-seeking father (Peter Weller) in the Sahara, unaware that his evil brother (Ben Cross) desires the same fortune.

Moebius (1996)

A topographer (Guillermo Angelelli) investigates the mysterious disappearance of a subway train and its 30 passengers.

The Accidental Meeting (1994)

Two women (Linda Gray, Linda Purl) meet through a highway accident and agree to kill each other's most hated man.

Thundering Trails (1943)

The Three Mesquiteers (Bob Steele, Tom Tyler, Jimmie Dodd) find one's brother is mixed up with crooks.

Dogging: A Love Story (2009)

An aspiring journalist (Luke Treadaway) follows his swinging cousin (Richard Riddell) to parking lots where strangers have sex.

Se nos armó la gorda (2015)

A husband has to rescue his wife from a chubby girls trafficking ring.

Maestro (2014)

A world-famous arthouse filmmaker (Michael Lonsdale) sees potential in a struggling actor (Pio Marmaï) and teaches the young man how to become a better thespian.

My Dog the Space Traveler (2013)

A boy's dog is lost in a portal to another universe in his backyard. He relies on his friends and family to help him get the dog back and close the portal before both universes are destroyed.

Silver City Kid (1944)

A fighting foreman exposes the local judge as the culprit behind a frontier town's dwindling silver supply.

The List (2015)

A successful lawyer (Scott Pryor) must find his faith when life throws him a curveball.

Safehouse (2008)

A former FBI agent takes on a cunning criminal.

Arson for Hire (1959)

The chief inspector (Steve Brodie) of an arson squad stamps out a big-city torch ring.

The Breach (2014)

Filmmaker Mark Titus embarks on a journey to discover where the wild salmon have gone, and how to bring them back to the Pacific Northwest.

The Apostle (2013)

A young Muslim man becomes touched by the love of Jesus.

Love... And Other Reasons to Panic (2015)

Childhood friends realize they are soul mates later in life.

American Cyborg: Steel Warrior (1993)

A killer cyborg (John Ryan) hunts the only fertile woman (Nicole Hansen) left on Earth, 17 years after a nuclear war.

The Sandwich Man (1966)

Horace (Michael Bentine) walks around London wearing a sandwich sign, observing queer sights and people.

Black Hills Express (1943)

Crooked officials pin stagecoach robberies on a gunfighter (Don "Red" Barry), who proves them wrong.

Dark Of The Sun (1968)

Professional soldier Curry (Rod Taylor) is tapped to oversee a dangerous mission in the Congo. The leader of the region needs Curry to guard a train carrying valuables that is snaking through areas controlled by rebel forces. Teamed with a local named Ruffo (Jim Brown), Curry recruits two more men for the job -- a heavy-drinking doctor (Kenneth More) and a former Nazi (Peter Carsten) -- and the foursome work to protect the train from invading marauders.

Colorado Ranger (1950)

Rangers (Jimmy Ellison, Russ Hayden, Raymond Hatton) go undercover to catch a crook harassing homesteaders.

Blood Rising (2014)

Mothers of murdered young women in Ciudad Juarez work with artist Brian Maguire to communicate their frustration with the lack of justice.

Better Things: The Life and Choices of Jeffrey Catherine Jones (2012)

The life and work of comic book and fantasy artist Jeffrey Catherine Jones.

Bad Bizness (2003)

An unknown power-player tries to block a policewoman's probe of a string of murders within a prostitution ring.

No Matter Where (2014)

Patients, health care providers, and advocates try to link all health care providers using technology.

Second Glance (1992)

A young Christian is in public high school. He feels that his religion is restricting him in many ways and he wishes to have some freedom from biblical teachings so that he can be more popular and go out with the girl he likes.

Finding Phong (2015)

Phong struggles to find himself by changing his gender.

A Lady's Profession (1933)

An English nobleman (Roland Young) and his sister (Sari Maritza) run a stateside speak-easy at a riding club.

Homework (1991)

For a class project, a film student (Mara Rojo) hides a camera under a chair and makes love to her ex-husband (Jos Alonso).

Strange Confession (1945)

Flashbacks reveal the events leading up to a man's grisly revenge on the racketeer who took advantage of his wife.

Red Lights Ahead (1936)

A man's assorted investments cause no end of trouble for his family.

Studs (2006)

A new team captain (Brendan Gleeson) whips a group of ragtag soccer players into shape.

False Pretenses (1935)

A waitress (Irene Ware) climbs socially with help from a millionaire (Sidney Blackmer) and a retired bootlegger (Russell Hopton).

The Wind In The Willows (1983)

Toad, Rat, Mole and Badger follow animal etiquette in this version of Kenneth Grahame's classic, in stop-motion model animation.

War Dogs (1942)

Trained by the military, a crafty canine protects a defense plant from saboteurs.

Sepideh (2013)

Sepideh Hooshyar, an Iranian teenager, dreams of becoming an astronaut, but cultural and economic factors make her goal difficult to achieve.

The Letter That Was Never Sent (1959)

A forest fire traps a geological expedition in a remote area of Siberia on a mission to find diamonds.

Tunnel Vision (1995)

A policewoman (Patsy Kensit) probes murders modeled after an artist's works, and one involving her partner (Robert Reynolds).

Paperhouse (1988)

This dark psychological drama follows young Anna Madden (Charlotte Burke), a lonely British child who begins to inhabit the world that she draws in her sketchbook. When she creates a boy on paper, she later meets the same child, Marc (Elliott Spiers), in her dream realm. Things take a creepy turn when Anna draws her absentee father (Ben Cross), and he appears in her world as a menacing figure out to get her. Can Anna control this strange realm, or will she become a victim of it?

A Ton of Luck (2006)

A group of soldiers must find a safe way out of the jungle after finding bags of money while hunting drug smugglers in the jungles of Colombia. Based on true events.

Something Unknown Is Doing We Don't Know What (2010)

The science behind psychic phenomena is explored.

Dirty Weekend (2013)

A couple on a romantic getaway in Normandy are forced to share their love nest with a disturbed fugitive.

Sailor's Luck (1933)

A sailor on leave (James Dunn) woos a girl (Sally Eilers), goes swimming and enters a dance marathon.

Ghosts of Hanley House (1968)

Frustrated by his inability to sell his home, a man plans an overnight party to dispel rumors that the house is haunted.