Meander (2005)

Las inocentes (1986)

Murder in the Orient (1973)

Xie zi (1992)

Last Words (2007)

Sangandaan (2013)

The Village Barber (1930)

Dai e qun ci (1984)

Who Wants to Kill Sara? (1993)

Who Wants to Kill Sara? (Italian: Tutti gli uomini di Sara) is a 1992 Italian giallo film written and directed by Gianpaolo Tescari and starring Nancy Brilli.

La balada del estrecho (2010)

Mass for the Dakota Sioux (1964)

The Drinking Knight (1971)

Maciste contro lo sceicco (1962)

Samson Against the Sheik (Italian: Maciste contro lo sceicco, also known as Maciste Against the Sheik) is a 1962 Italian peplum film directed by Domenico Paolella.

O Exercício do Caos (2013)

Die hai hua (1968)

The Killer from China (1991)

Are Women as Horny as Men? (2009)

In High Places (1945)

In High Places (Italian:Quartieri alti) is a 1943 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Soldati and starring Adriana Benetti, Massimo Serato and Nerio Bernardi. It is based on a play by Jean Anouilh. The film portrays the rise into high society of an immoral young man.

Rettai Kadhir (2014)

Mendam Berahi (2002)

Live at Preservation Hall: Louisiana Fairytale (2011)

The Last Goon Show of All (1972)

Posel (2012)

Namboothiri Yuvavu At 43 (2014)

Mat Karong Guni (1970)

Aurora de esperanza (1937)

Aurora de esperanza (Dawn of Hope) is a 1937 black-and-white film directed by Antonio Sau and produced by SIE Films.

Stühle im Schnee (2007)

Bloodmoney (2010)

Winter Game (2005)

Fishing at the Stone Weir: Part 1 (1967)

Sub Terra (2003)

Mode de Paris (1926)

Journey to the Sea (1966)

Wimmin Hadn't Oughta Drive (1940)

Marie-Louise (1944)

Marie-Louise is a 1944 Swiss German&French language Swiss film directed by Leopold Lindtberg and an uncredited Franz Schnyder. The film, distributed in the U.S. by Arthur Mayer and Joseph Burstyn, was the first foreign language film ever to win an Academy Award, receiving the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.

Spare Change (2015)

Spare Change is an American comedy independent film directed by Jonathan Talbert and Arturo Guzman. The film made its premiere at the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival on February 14, 2015 where Elyse Levesque took home the award for Best Supporting Actress. The film was released worldwide on VOD and Digital Download on August 4, 2015.

Ballet Shoes (2007)

Ballet Shoes is a 2007 British television film, adapted by Heidi Thomas from Noel Streatfeild's 1936 novel Ballet Shoes. It was produced by Granada Productions and premiered on BBC One on 26 December 2007. It is directed by Sandra Goldbacher.

Beloved Infidel (1959)

In the late 1930s, British columnist Sheilah Graham (Deborah Kerr) wins a position in America, and her Hollywood column quickly becomes popular for its biting tone. At a party, Sheilah meets author F. Scott Fitzgerald (Gregory Peck), and the two begin a torrid affair. Scott laments that his writing has fallen out of fashion, and when he is fired from his screenwriting position, he begins drinking heavily. Soon his intrusive, volatile behavior threatens their relationship and Sheilah's career.

Racing Around the World Alone (2010)

Racing Around the World Alone is a documentary film based on the 2008/2009 Vendee Globe race, with 30 participants who go on a journey to see who can travel the 27,000 miles around the world without any help or assistance during their trip. In addition to that, they must all ride a 60 foot sailboat as their vehicle, and this is truly one of the most grueling challenges a person can take. Over the course of their trip they encounter lots of large ocean creatures and icebergs, and of course erratic weather that can put them in harm's way at any moment.

Clear Blue Tuesday (2010)

Clear Blue Tuesday is a 2009 musical film directed by Elizabeth Lucas. It premiered at the Quad Cinema in New York City on September 3, 2010.

Before and After (1996)

Two parents deal with the effects when their son is accused of murdering his girlfriend.

Adán y Eva (Todavía) (2004)

Having partaken in Eden not only of the tree of knowledge, but of the tree of life eternal as well, Adam and Eve became immortal and now find themselves wandering throughout the world in a journey of extreme sexuality and boredom.

Yoga for the Rest of Us with Peggy Cappy: The Secret to Strength and Balance (2014)

Discover how yoga can come to the aid of anyone, regardless of age and mobility, who wants to increase strength and their sense of balance, both critical for aging bodies.

The Stranger (2010)

The Stranger is a 2010 Canadian-American action film written by Quinn Scott and directed by Robert Lieberman, and starring former WWE wrestler Steve Austin. The film was released on direct-to-DVD and Blu-ray in the United States on June 1, 2010.

Mail Order Wife (2004)

A filmmaker (Andrew Gurland) documents the lives of a chubby doorman (Adrian Martinez) and his mail-order bride (Eugenia Yuan) from Burma.

Kandote (2014)

KANDOTE (KAHN-doh-tey) chronicles the journey of Africa's first national men's lacrosse team, Team Uganda, as they work towards achieving their goal of competing in the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships.

Tales from the Royal Bedchamber (2013)

Lucy Worsley gets into bed with our past monarchs to uncover the Tales from the Royal Bedchamber. She reveals that our obsession with royal bedrooms, births and succession is nothing new. In fact, the rise and fall of their magnificent beds reflects the changing fortunes of the monarchy itself.

Modern Collective (2009)

The future is now. A collective of six surfers set out on a voyage to alter one’s perception of modern day surfing.

The Busy Little Engine (2005)

The Busy Little Engine is a 2005 children's DVD written and directed by Desmond Mullen. It was selected for the 2006 San Diego International Children's Film Festival and reviewed in the professional library journals Booklist, School Library Journal, and Video Librarian. The Busy Little Engine was picked Best DVD by Parenting Magazine in July 2006.

The Waiting Room (2012)

The Waiting Room is a 2012 documentary film and social media project directed by Peter Nicks that follows the life and times of patients, doctors, and staff at Highland Hospital, a safety-net hospital in Oakland, California. The project includes a blog which features stories and conversations from the waiting room as well as behind-the-scenes information about the project. Frequent video updates from the project are posted on the blog. These videos examine what life is like in an American public hospital caring for a community of largely uninsured patients. The project involves placing interactive storytelling booths in hospital waiting rooms. These kiosks will include the live-blogged reports from people living without health insurance, and a unique online portal that will distribute these stories and become an archive for the testimonials that will highlight the urgency of the national dialogue around health care. The Waiting Room is funded by the MacArthur Foundation, Independent Television Service, The Fledgling Fund, The San Francisco Foundation, California Council for the Humanities, the Pacific Pioneer Find, and the San Francisco Film Society. Its key partners include the Bay Area Video Coalition, Active Voice, Pentagram, and The Takeaway. The Waiting Room has also been featured on the New York Times Lens Blog as Videos Worth Watching.

Hungry for Change (2012)

Filmmakers James Colquhoun, Laurentine Ten Bosch and Carlo Ledesma expose the diet industry's deceptive strategies designed to keep people from losing and keeping off weight.

The Song (2014)

Aspiring singer-songwriter Jed King is struggling to catch a break and escape the long shadow of his famous father when he reluctantly agrees to a gig at a local vineyard harvest festival. Jed meets the vineyard owner’s daughter, Rose, and a romance quickly blooms. Soon after their wedding, Jed writes Rose “The Song,” which becomes a breakout hit. Suddenly thrust into a life of stardom and a world of temptation, his life and marriage begin to fall apart.

A Fool There Was (1915)

The original "Vamp," Theda Bara stars as an exotic temptress who lures a once faithful man away from his wife. Only a handful of Bara's films survive today, but this is the drama for which she is best remembered. The film shocked audiences and brought something unexpected to the silent screen: an unrepentant woman with a voracious sexual appetite.

Andy Hardy's Private Secretary (1941)

Andy Hardy's Private Secretary is a 1941 American family film comedy directed by George B. Seitz. The film stars Lewis Stone, Mickey Rooney, Kathryn Grayson, Ann Rutherford and Fay Holden. This was the tenth of the 16-film Andy Hardy series.

A Force More Powerful (1999)

A Force More Powerful is a 1999 feature-length documentary film and a 2000 PBS series written and directed by Steve York about nonviolent resistance movements around the world. Executive producers were Dalton Delan and Jack DuVall. Peter Ackerman was the series editor and principal content advisor. Institutional support for the film included funding from the United States Institute of Peace and the Albert Einstein Institution. The film played in festivals worldwide and was broadcast nationally on United States television network PBS in September 2000. It was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Historical Program. The series explores six successful nonviolent movements in the 20th century, including Mohandas Gandhi's leadership of the Indian Independence movement, the Civil Rights Movement, the boycotts in the Eastern Cape Province as part of the Anti-Apartheid movement in South Africa, the Danish resistance to Nazi Occupation, the Polish Solidarity Movement, and the Chilean democracy movement to oust Augusto Pinochet. A Force More Powerful is also the name of the companion book to the PBS series, authored by DuVall and Peter Ackerman,. In the Acknowledgments section of the book, the authors name Steve York as their most-cited source. The book was published with Palgrave Macmillan and has been recognized as an important resource for peace education. In 2006, the team behind the film, TV series and book released a nonviolent video game developed by Breakaway Games with the same title. The video game was designed to teach the waging of conflict using nonviolent methods. Ivan Marović, one of the leaders of the Serbian student movement called Otpor!, was one of the designers. A turn-based strategy game, it consists of ten pre-built scenarios and an editing system that will allow players to create scenarios of their own.

Fear Is The Master (1983)

In this hard-hitting cinematic document, ex-followers reveal secrets of life under the domination of India's infamous free sex guru, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, self-proclaimed God of the Universal. We see how Rajneesh combines an eerie charisma with scientific mind control techniques to make his disciples psychically dependent on him. For the guru, this web of control means a regal lifestyle (he had nearly a hundred Rolls-Royces at his disposal). But for his followers, called sannyasins, living in the shadow of the Master means giving up family ties, working eighteen hours a day, seven days a week, for no pay and always being available to satisfy the sexual whims of the gurus hierarchy. Wielding millions of dollars with an iron fist, Rajneesh and his henchmen built a 100 square-mile separate state in rural Oregon, U.S.A. complete with a highly armed sannyasin security force. Like the tragic residents of Jonestown, the inhabitants of Rancho Rajneesh were taught to fear law enforcement officers and other outsiders. While tension and paranoia simmered, Rajneeshs teachings offered the cynical consolation that, a bullet-ridden death can often accomplish what a life could not. The world has heard the Rajneesh credo at other times, other places, from other tyrants. Might is right, hisses the bearded Master to his half a million fanatical devotees, that rule still remains the rule of the jungle. FEAR IS THE MASTER is a stark and uncompromising warning, a shocking reminder that if we do not learn from history we will be condemned to repeat it.

How I Live Now (2013)

How I Live Now is a Canadian-British drama film from 2013, based on the 2004 novel of the same name by Meg Rosoff, directed by Kevin Macdonald and script written by Tony Grisoni, Jeremy Brock and Penelope Skinner. The film stars Saoirse Ronan, Tom Holland, Anna Chancellor, George MacKay and Corey Johnson. It was screened in the Special Presentation section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.

Jig (2011)

Jig is a 2011 documentary produced and directed by Sue Bourne about the world of Irish dance and the fortieth Irish Dancing World Championships, held in March 2010 in Glasgow.

Bono: God's Favourite Son (2004)

As lead singer with one of the worlds biggest Rock bands, Bono has exemplified the roles of consummate performer and extraordinary songwriter. As the most infuential and proactive artist to link pop and politics he has achieved the unthinkable; regularly holding court with world leaders and, stranger still, being taken seriously by them. Now, for the first time, this documentary traces the extraordinary life of Bono, from his humble beginnings and the formation of U2, to his role as philanthropist and spokesperson for educating and improving the lives of many. Bono: God's Favourite Son tells the complete unauthorized story of how one of the most extraordinary and benevolent figures in Pop music, has changed the face of modern music whilst maintaining his integrity and fighting to improve the lives of others.

Almighty Thor (2011)

Almighty Thor is a fantasy-adventure action film produced by The Asylum, which premiered on the Syfy cable network on May 7, 2011 and was released on DVD on May 10, 2011 in the United States. The film is directed by Christopher Ray and is a mockbuster coinciding with the release of the Marvel Studios film Thor. The film has been met with a largely negative response from critics. Loosely inspired by Norse mythology, the film follows the young warrior Thor in his battle against Loki.

Alien Crash at Roswell: The UFO Truth Lost in Time (2013)

The most enigmatic UFO incident in history exposed. Join Philip Coppens, star of History Channel's "Ancient Aliens" series in this and unprecedented expose on the Roswell Incident revealing that there is much more to this case than previously believed.

Draw the Line (2006)

Big mountain freestyle, backcountry kickers, park, and powder, make for an incredible, adrenaline-filled snowboard film.

Dead Trees (2012)

An innocent high school crush turns into an adult obsession.

Rudolph's Shiny New Year (1976)

Rudolph's Shiny New Year is a 1976 Christmas/New Year's stop motion animated television special and a sequel to the 1964 special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer produced by Rankin/Bass Productions. The special premiered on ABC on December 10, 1976. Three years later, it was also aired on TV Asahi in Japan on December 24, 1979 under the Japanese dub title 赤鼻のトナカイ ルドルフ物語.

Bulldog Drummond Comes Back (1937)

Bulldog Drummond Comes Back is a 1937 American film starring John Howard. Top-billed John Barrymore plays his friend Colonel Nielsen. The picture was directed by Louis King and the supporting cast includes series regular Louise Campbell, Reginald Denny, E.E. Clive, and J. Carrol Naish.

Monsters Wanted (2013)

Monsters Wanted is a 2013 documentary film that was directed by Brian Cunningham and Joe Laughrey. The film marks the directorial debut of Laughrey and is the first feature-length documentary by Cunningham. Monsters Wanted had its world premiere on July 27, 2013, at FandomFest in Louisville, Kentucky, and explores the haunted house industry in Louisville, Kentucky. The film was also released on DVD and VOD August 27, 2013.

The Prowler (1981)

Avalon Bay, 1945: On the night of her graduation dance, young Rosemary and her date are brutally murdered by a prowler thought to be a jilted soldier home from the war. The killer was never found. Thirty years later, the dance is held again for the first time since that horrific evening - but something else may have also returned... Tonight, the teens of this sleepy town will meet their grisly ends at the hands - and pitchfork, blade and more - of THE PROWLER! Also known as ROSEMARY'S KILLER, this gruesome shocker is one of the cruelest "body-count" movies of the 1980s, thanks to razor-sharp direction by Joseph Zito (FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE FINAL CHAPTER) and graphic gore effects by Tom Savini (DAWN OF THE DEAD, MANIAC). Hollywood legends Farley Granger (STRANGERS ON A TRAIN) and Lawrence Tierney (RESERVOIR DOGS) star in this rarely-seen sleeper from the golden age of slasher films - now presented completely uncut and uncensored in grisly High Definition!

Mostly Dead (2014)

Residents of Fairlawn fight to survive when vampires overrun their town.

George Carlin: Doin' it Again (1990)

One of the greatest comedians ever known, George Carlin, brings us not only his comedy, but also talks about his foul language and euphemisms. They are only words as he likes to say, but many find the things he says on stage quite offensive. His acts include subjects that ruffle the feathers of many in his audience. Such things as cancer, feminists, good ideas, rape, life's moments, and organ donors to outright calling people stupid. Yet he is one of the most loved and well-known comedians because of the fact that he just doesn't care who he offends. If they don't like what he has to say, they can simply choose to not listen.

The Exodus Revealed (2001)

The Exodus Revealed follows the footsteps of the children of Israel on an unforgettable journey of discovery. This journey reveals fascinating physical evidence for the Exodus, including: the remains of 3,800-year-old Hebrew settlements in Egypt's Nile Delta; Egyptian records of the Israelites' bondage under Pharaoh; the precise route they may have followed to freedom; their crossing site on the shores of the Red Sea; and the location of Mt. Sinai.

Yoga for the Rest of Us with Peggy Cappy: Easy Yoga for Easing Pain with Peggy Cappy (2012)

Join yoga instructor Peggy Cappy as she provides a path to relief for the millions of individuals who suffer from varying levels of muscular or joint pain. Peggy's new routine demonstrates the yoga movements that can increase your flexibility, reduce joint pain, and even combat fatigue and enhance well-being. Unrelenting joint pain can be a result of arthritis, injury, or repetitive motion, and it can affect anyone. All too often, pain becomes a vicious cycle, making us hesitant to be active. this gentle yoga workout presents a reasonable plan to help pain sufferers overcome this cycle and transform their lives.

Bollywood Burn (2007)

Spice up your workout and boogie to the bhangra beat. Inspired by the sassy, sexy moves seen in hit Indian films, this isn't the same old boring exercise routine. It's playful, seductive, and leaves you feeling high on life. Think of it as yoga with a triple-espresso twist or a double-chai high. Fitness star and yogini Hemalayaa leads you through three 15-minute programs, from low to high impact. The first gets you in the groove, the second ups the cardio to optimum fat-burning range, and the third has you shimmying and bopping like a Bollywood film beauty. As you dance, you'll lose weight; tone your core, hips, and thighs; and kiss stress goodbye. So liven up, let loose, and laugh like Hemalayaa does. It's that much fun!

Fidel (1971)

FIDEL provides a unique view of Cuba's controversial and most polarizing leader. In 1968, Castro took filmmaker and activist Saul Landau on a weeklong jeep ride through the eastern mountains. There, he plays baseball with a group of peasants, visits his pre-school and trades jokes with a 98-year old man. Fidel also listens to the people's concerns about food distribution, bad roads and transportation. Landau captures Cuba's revolutionary chief early in the morning in his tent. The camera zooms in on his dirty and delicate fingernails holding his trademark cigar while he tells a story of Símon Bolivar and offers tactical advice to guerrilla warriors throughout the Third World. The film contains rare and fascinating archive footage of the Bay of Pigs invasion and scenes of Che Guevara alongside interviews with political prisoners. Spectacular photography and editing with hot Cuban music provide the cinematic aesthetics that give this film beautiful form to accompany its exciting content.

Blood Reservoir (2014)

Campers head to dangerous grounds with different agendas. Some are looking for romance, others want to find an Indian Treasure, and all experience murder, deception and revenge.

Our Wild Hearts (2013)

After meeting her father (Ricky Schroder) for the first time, a teen (Cambrie Schroder) develops a bond with a wild mustang that needs protection.

Postnatal Rescue (2007)

With Erin's 3 invigorating exercise progressions, you can ease back into exercise without hurting or overextending yourself. In just 15 minutes a day, you will rehabilitate your back, abdominals, buttocks, inner thighs, and hips-- all the muscle groups affected by your pregnancy and delivery. Erin guides you through each progression and, once you've mastered it, gently urges you to move on to the next challenge. She can take you from the very beginning of your recovery up to one year postpartum. A personal trainer and exercise instructor, Erin hold several certifications, including one in pre/postnatal training. She's also the busy parent of two preschoolers with her husband actor James Denton (Desperate Housewives). Not long ago, she was where you are, and she knows how challenging it can be. That's why she welcomes you into her home and urges you on with her clear, supportive instruction. As Erin says, "Let's get started!"

They Came Back (2004)

They Came Back (French: Les Revenants), released in the UK as The Returned, is a French zombie film, released in 2004. The film was screened at the Hamburg Fantasy Filmfest in Germany, the Venice Film Festival in Italy, and the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada. Unlike modern zombie films, in which the undead characters wish to digest or otherwise harm the human characters, the 70 million people who return from the dead in They Came Back are cognitively conscious and healthy, having not suffered any biological damage. They want simply to re-integrate themselves into society. In the French village where the film takes place, the town's population must cope with the social and emotional ramifications of the dead coming back to life.

Santa's Christmas Crash (1995)

Santa Claus dozes off while making his traditional Christmas Eve delivery run and crash-lands in the African desert. As children around the world await his visit, a band of desert children replace the damaged presents and help.

A Day in the Life of a Professional Wrestler (2010)

A Day in the Life of a Professional Wrestler

Pixel Poetry: A Film About Games, Art, Society, and Culture (2014)

In this film, through the voices of many within the industry, we discuss the benefits that video games have created for everyday people, as well as the challenges they have faced in being legitimized as art and the alleged violent and addictive qualities they are claimed to have. Along with this, we also discuss the effects of the indie community on games, and how video games are being embraced in everyday life.

I'M GOING TO TELL YOU A SECRET (2005)

I'm Going to Tell You a Secret is a 2005 American documentary film that follows singer-songwriter Madonna on her 2004 Re-Invention World Tour. Directed by Jonas Åkerlund, the film premiered on MTV on October 21, 2005, and was released on DVD on June 20, 2006, by Warner Bros. Records. The documentary was originally called The Re-Invented Process, referencing the tour and the Steven Klein exhibition titled X-STaTIC Pro=CeSS. It starts with imagery from the exhibition and Madonna auditioning dancers for the tour, continues with her entourage travelling through different cities and performing, the singer's introspection on her life, her marriage, her religion, and her children, and ends with Madonna's visit to Israel in the midst of protests. The documentary was inspired by Madonna's need to show her artistic side on the tour and her devotion towards the Jewish mysticism Kabbalah. Unlike her 1991 documentary Truth or Dare, which portrayed Hollywood glamour, I'm Going to Tell You a Secret clarified from its beginning that it was about the singer's personal views on life and spirituality. Like Truth or Dare, the performance scenes were shot in color, while the rest of the film was in black-and-white. Besides Madonna, her dancers and her tour entourage, Åkerlund also shot her family, her working process and her day-to-day life. Madonna and her then-husband Guy Ritchie's local pub in Mayfair, London was used for some sequences. The film features appearances from Madonna's father, stepmother and filmmaker Michael Moore. Before releasing the documentary, Madonna invited a select group of friends and co-workers to watch a rough three-hour cut of the film at a local theater in Notting Hill. The film was trimmed after negative feedback regarding excessive details about Kabbalah. For the promotion and premiere of the film, Madonna appeared at Q&A sessions with the press and also gave a speech to film students at New York's Hunter College. Critical response to I'm Going to Tell You a Secret was mixed, with reviewers complimenting the live performances and the scenes involving her children and family, but criticizing the self-indulgent and preachy nature. I'm Going to Tell You a Secret was released in a two-disc format, a CD with 14 songs from the show and a DVD with the documentary film. It received a positive response from critics but was a moderate success commercially.

One Man's Journey to Truth (2011)

"One Man's Journey To Truth" is a story about destruction and rebirth, discovery and truth. Denie Hiestand's journey from obscurity as a farmer and family man into the limitless life as a world-renowned energy healer did not come without tremendous sacrifice, personal loss and sorrow. The film unfolds through poignant interviews with his family and in his own words as he sits perched on the cliffs of New Zealand, majestic mountains rising up behind him. Denie talks about his despair and his discovery of a force so powerful that he could not ignore it. He followed a persistent, compelling voice that urged him to jump from security into obscurity and ultimately allowed him to fly. The words of this modern-day prophet gives hope to the lost and offers a road map to those seeking meaning in life and the strength to pursue dreams. Under a pile of debt, feeling worthless, Denie was emotional bereft. No one had taught him how to deal with his feelings or his emotions. No one taught him how to work through his problems or to know his heart. He did not know that it is acceptable for men to be fallible, to be less than perfect. He did not know that it is OK to ask for help or to reach out for love. Instead, he lashed out to everyone around him and lived an angry life. He was depressed and he pushed away the people that loved him most. One day on a trip to nowhere in the mountains of New Zealand, he discovered his gift. He discovered his own inner energy and strength. Suddenly Denie was awakened to his personal possibilities. He was alert. He began to feel happy. He was alive! He knew that he could not go back to the death that was his former life. To make the final step, he had to let go of everything. He sold his farms, paid his debts, left his wife and children, and left New Zealand in search of his true self. He went alone. This is a film that shares his journey to discovery.

Akintunde: The Whole Truth (2012)

Hilarious, bold, fresh and groundbreaking are just a few of the words used to describe comedian Akintunde and his stand-up comedy special THE WHOLE TRUTH. Akintunde rocks the packed house with his inspirational brand of comedy, breaking down life from his unique and show-stopping point of view.

A Walk In The Spring Rain (1970)

A Walk in the Spring Rain (1970) is a romantic drama Eastmancolor film made by Columbia Pictures, directed by Guy Green and produced by Stirling Silliphant, from his own screenplay based on the novel by Rachel Maddux. Location scenes filmed in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It stars Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Quinn, with Fritz Weaver, Katharine Crawford, and Virginia Gregg. The music score was by Elmer Bernstein and the cinematography by Charles Lang. A little known fact is that martial arts superstar Bruce Lee, a personal friend of producer Stirling Silliphant, is credited as the film's fight choreographer.

A Simple Walk Into Mordor (2012)

To celebrate the release of The Hobbit, two Lord of the Rings super-fans, Kerry Shawcross and Chris Demarais, attempt to walk over 120 miles across New Zealand from the filming location of Hobbiton to the real life Mount Doom in only six days. Documenting the entire journey on video, the two Rooster Teeth staff members sleep on the ground, climb mountains, and of course, dine on Lembas bread in their quest to prove the one does simply walk into Mordor.Now in true Peter Jackson fashion, watch the complete extended version of their epic journey. For the first time, see the wannabe hobbits as they train for their journey, plunder porta-potties in the wild, and fall apart on Mount Doom. With over 15 minutes of never before seen footage, the extended version of A Simple Walk Into Mordor shows what really happened on the world's most idiotically nerdy adventure.

We Walk The Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash (2012)

On April 20th, 2012, more than two-dozen musicians played a concert in Austin, TX. We Walk the Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash, featured an all-star list of talent paying tribute to Cash’s 80th birthday.

Hard Knocks (2009)

The wait is over! The critically acclaimed Pro Wrestling documentary finally comes to video, along with over 80 minutes of unseen interviews, deleted scenes and special features. Professional wrestling is an industry largely misunderstood by the general public and an industry that has been victim of ridicule time and time again. Over the past few years in particular, the professional wrestling world has been thrust into complete turmoil after the deceiving and biased portrayal of certain events by the national media. The deaths of top wrestlers in their prime as well as numerous steroid scandals have been used to kick the industry when it's down. Hard Knocks dives deep into this bizarre fusion of sport and theatre in order to uncover the true art of professional wrestling; blending combat and athleticism with drama and showmanship to captivate the minds of the audience, suspending any disbelief that what they are seeing is not real. Although you can hardly epitomize it as simply 'real' or 'fake', there is no denying the tremendous skill and aptitude required of each performer. Yet despite this and the often harsh realities of each match, to most people, professional wrestling is a laughing stock. Director Arthur Cauty interviews wrestlers, referees and promoters alike, with world famous stars of the WWE aligning with the stars of tomorrow to voice their opinions, revealing startling truths about this illusive business. This film will shock and astound, leaving you with a new found respect for professional wrestling and the men and women who dedicate their lives and bodies to this obscure art form.

Alien³ (1992)

Alien 3 (stylized as ALIEN3) is a 1992 American science-fiction horror film directed by David Fincher in his directorial debut, produced by Gordon Carroll, David Giler and Walter Hill, and written by Giler, Hill and Larry Ferguson from a story by Vincent Ward. It serves as the third film installment of the Alien franchise, and takes place after the events of Aliens (1986). The film stars Sigourney Weaver in her reprise as Ellen Ripley, surviving a crashed escape pod from the Colonial Marine spaceship Sulaco on a refinery planet, killing everyone aboard, but an Alien organism, on board the pod, starts killing in a mass prison; additional roles are played by Charles Dance, Charles S. Dutton and Lance Henriksen. The film faced large-scale problems during production, including shooting without a script, with various screenwriters and directors attached. Fincher was finally cast in, after a proposed version with Vincent Ward at the helm was cancelled well into pre-production. While underperforming at the United States box office, it earned over $100 million outside of North America. The film received polarized reviews and was regarded as inferior to the previous installments. Fincher has since disowned the film, blaming studio interference and deadlines. In 2003, a revised version of the film, known as the Assembly Cut, was released without Fincher's involvement, but received a warmer reception than the release version.

Classic Artists: Yes (2007)

Tracing the musical journey from their debut album Yes (1969) until Magnification (2001) and beyond, the story of Yes is told by the members themselves in exclusive new interviews.

Life Flight: The Movie (1987)

Evangelistic in content and emphasis, Life Flight is an action-packed, family program about finding meaning in life. A spine-tingling adventure about people trying to make sense of their lives-from the Vietnam veteran, scarred by war, to the idealistic flight nurse battling the bureaucracy and the administrator balancing lives and dollars.

Atlantic Flight (1937)

Atlantic Flight is a 1937 film made by Monogram Pictures chiefs Trem Carr and W. Ray Johnston who had just reformed the studio after having had a troubled merger for two years with Herbert J. Yates and Republic Pictures. This film was conceived as a low-budget feature meant to capitalize on Dick Merrill's and Jack Lambie's historic "Coronation Flight", which made them world famous. Recreating the flight that made him famous, Dick Merrill, along with co-pilot Jack Lambie reprise their real-life roles as pilots.

Britney Spears: Unbreakable (2009)

Look into the glamorous and tumultuous life of pop sensation Britney Spears. From her incredible skyrocketing ascent into stardom to her personal troubles and downfalls.

Wave Twisters (2001)

Wave Twisters is a 2001 American animated film directed by Eric Henry and Syd Garon and based on DJ Q-Bert's album of the same name. It is known as the first turntablism-based musical. It is a mix of live-action, computer graphics, and cel animation.

The Beach Boys: An American Band (1985)

The Beach Boys: An American Band is a 1985 biographical musical film directed by Malcolm Leo. The movie is a biography of the American rock band The Beach Boys, with interviews, concert footage and clips from movies and television shows in which they appeared. Currently, it is sold as a double feature, paired with the documentary I Just Wasn't Made for These Times'.

Orange Witness (2012)

For years the chemical substance known as Agent Orange has been viewed as one of the most sadistic weapons ever used during warfare. It's infamy rose in the jungles of Vietnam during the great conflict between the United States and Vietnam. Outside of the battlegrounds, the herbicide has been used in the field of farming. However, its effects are not too different from the harm they caused during the war. This documentary pays focus to the herbicide, and contains interviews with many people who have used it, and are now paying a heavy price thanks to years of exposure to it.

Speak No Evil (2013)

When all the children in a small religious town disappear, panic spreads quickly. But when the children finally return, they begin attacking the parents, and it becomes clear that they are possessed by a demon. The town is forced into a desperate and violent campaign to eliminate the possessed children, but one mother refuses to believe that her daughter is lost to the devil and will do whatever it takes to keep her alive, and save her from the demon inside.

Heaven Help Me, I'm in Love (2005)

Butch (Mark Baranowski) and Angie (Ryli Morgan) are in love, but their relationship isn't progressing quickly enough for Angie. When Butch foolishly attempts to deceive her on account of a friend, whom she already dislikes, she decides to call it quits and dumps him. Meanwhile, screenwriter Donald (Michael Hicks), another of Butch's friends, is having his own problems in dealing with writer's block and a wife who's tired of being ignored. Struggling desperately to write the All-American comedy, Donald soon finds inspiration in Butch... A devious ex-girlfriend, a pushy drug dealer, a blind date gone awry and a nagging mother (Lynn Lowry) turns Butch's weekend, and spirits, from bad to downright pathetic. As Angie tends to her ailing mother (Brinke Stevens) and begins to accept life without him, Butch races to make amends in an effort to win back her heart before it's too late. SPECIAL EDITION movie FEATURES: - feature film - scene selections - bloopers & outtakes - Lynn Lowry interview - Mark & Ryli interview (w/ Nic Pesante) - slideshow - promotional trailer

Dead Hunt (2007)

Ten movie reviewers are invited to a party by the host of a website devoted to horror films. The party is in full swing when the power - and the lights - abruptly go out. A mysterious, black-hooded figure has cut the main wiring. The party's over. After the host goes to check the circuit breakers, the guests are shocked when they find one of their fellow reviewers dispatched in a grisly fashion. Panic sets in after another reviewer is found killed in a bizarre manner. Cryptic notes left with the bodies hold the only clue to the reason for the psychopath's rampage. The terrified group try to evacuate the building, only to find that they can't - all the doors have been electrified. Realizing they are trapped in a dark, foreboding warehouse with a madman, the survivors look for another way out. Their search leads them to the creepy older section of the building, where danger and death lurk in every shadow. Can they find another way out? Can they hide from the demented killer? Or are they all destined to become targets of the DEAD HUNT?

Scavenger Hunt (2013)

Scavenger Hunt is a breathtaking documentary that takes place in the northern hills of Arizona. The condor population is extremely low, and a group of scientists are out to discover why the winged creature is so scarcely populated. A discovery is made, but the new research proves to be quite shocking. A local group of biologists decide that Arizona must reinvigorate the condor population by importing the breed from other states. The scientists and biologists work together in order to save the condor population.

Bordertown Gun Fighters (1943)

Bordertown Gun Fighters is a 1943 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Norman S. Hall. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, George "Gabby" Hayes, Anne Jeffreys, Ian Keith, Harry Woods and Edward Earle. The film was released on July 8, 1943, by Republic Pictures.