Watchers Of The Sky (2014)
Watchers of the Sky is a 2014 American documentary film directed by Edet Belzberg. The film premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2014 in the U.S. Documentary Competition. It won the two awards at the festival. It went on to win the Jonathan Daniels Award at the Monadnock International Film Festival and the Ostrovsky Award for Best Documentary Film at the Jerusalem Film Festival.
After its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, Music Box Films acquired the US distribution rights. The film was released in October 2014. Films We Like released it in Canada and Madman Entertainment released it in New Zealand and Australia.
Rose Hill (1997)
Rose Hill is a 1997 American Western film, directed by Christopher Cain and written by Earl W. Wallace. The film stars Jennifer Garner, Jeffrey D. Sams, Vera Farmiga, Justin Chambers, and Zak Orth. It is based on Julie Garwood's 1995 novel For the Roses. The film premiered on CBS on April 20, 1997.
Barney: Let's Go To The Farm (2005)
Let's Go To The Farm was originally filmed in 1994, capturing a year of life and work on Elgin Spring Farm in New Haven, Vermont, with the Bessette Family and Mac Parker. It immediately became a great favorite with kids and parents, alike -- thanks to its lively storytelling, beautiful cinematography, the easy humor and camaraderie between Mac and the Bessettes, engaging music, and intelligent content and pacing. A whole generation of Vermont children were nurtured by the daily ritual of watching Let's Go To The Farm, doing chores and kicking up their heels with Mac and the Bessettes -- while their hardworking parents got an hour to focus on their own tasks, knowing their kids were happily absorbed and in good hands. Let's Go To The Farm won top awards, including Best Children's Video 1995 Notable Award from the American Library Association; Parent's Choice Award Winner; Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award, and several more (see letsgotothefarm.com). It also garnered glowing reviews from the national press. Publisher's Weekly praised Let's Go To The Farm as "a superior live-action video that will have even the most jaded viewer riveted to the screen." Los Angeles Times wrote, "Farm takes top honors among several new offerings... Beautifully filmed, informative, and narrated with easy humor..." And the Washington Post: "Farm's carefully crafted child level script, camera work, tight editing, and soundtrack are PBS ready..." "Let's Go To The Farm is a winner." wrote Providence Journal-Bulletin. Even more impressive than these national honors, Let's Go To The Farm inspired such enthusiasm among its fans that hundreds of families made the pilgrimage to Elgin Spring Farm, to visit the Bessettes in person and "see how the milk is made" first hand. The Bessettes have welcomed visitors from all across the country, extending their warm Vermont hospitality to
Professionals for a Massacre (1967)
Red Blood, Yellow Gold (Italian: Professionisti per un massacro, Spanish: Los profesionales de la muerte, also known as Professionals for a Massacre), is a 1967 Italian-Spanish spaghetti western film directed by Nando Cicero.
John the apostle receives a vision of the Book of Revelations during his imprisonment on the island of Patmos.
Fantômas: The False Magistrate (1914)
In Part Five of Louis Feuillade's 5 1/2-hour epic follows Fantômas, the criminal lord of Paris, master of disguise, the creeping assassin in black, as he is pursued by the equally resourceful Inspector Juve.
Craigslist Joe (2012)
Craigslist Joe is a 2012 documentary film that follows Joseph Garner for a month of travel across the United States, solely supporting himself via contacting people on the website Craigslist. He spent the month without using any form of currency and without contacting people he already knew, relying on the "kindness and generosity" of Craigslist users.
AC/DC: Dirty Deeds (2012)
Formed in Australia in 1973, AC/DC are considered pioneers of heavy metal. Using archive footage and music footage, this documentary chronicles the life of one of the all time greatest rock bands.
Robert Kelly: Live at the Village Underground (2014)
Clever, abrasive, yet refreshingly vulnerable, Robert Kelly takes on himself, his relationships and that time he farted in a baby's face.
The Recipe (2010)
The Recipe is a 2010 South Korean film about a television producer who finds out many surprising truths while tracking down the story about a mysterious bean paste stew. Behind the captivating taste lies a woman’s unfortunate life and love story.
Rann is a 2010 Indian Hindi-language political thriller film written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Paresh Rawal, Sudeep, Ritesh Deshmukh, and Gul Panag. The film was premiered at Toronto International Film Festival.
The Rats Are Coming! The Werewolves Are Here! (1972)
The Rats Are Coming! The Werewolves Are Here! is a 1972 American film written and directed by Andy Milligan.
Road To Bali (1952)
Road to Bali is a 1952 American comedy film directed by Hal Walker and starring Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour. Released by Paramount Pictures on November 1, 1952, the film is the sixth of the seven Road to … movies. It was the only such movie filmed in Technicolor and was the first to feature surprise cameo appearances from other well-known stars of the day.
Return to El Salvador (2010)
Return to El Salvador is a 2010 documentary film directed by Philadelphia filmmaker Jamie Moffett and narrated by Martin Sheen. It chronicles the rebuilding of El Salvador in the years after the Salvadoran Civil War and explores the impact a lasting legacy of violence and unrest has had on those who survived, fled, and are now seeking to return.
The Rage (2007)
The Rage is a 2007 horror film about a mad scientist who injects people with a rage virus in his laboratory in the woods. The film stars Andrew Divoff and Erin Brown and was directed by Robert Kurtzman. It was first shown at the Fantasia Festival in Canada on July 13, 2007 and released on DVD by the independent company Screen Media Films on February 26, 2008. The entire film is filmed in and around the town of Crestline, Ohio in the United States. The music videos for Mushroomhead's "12 Hundred" and "Damage Done" were filmed on the set, and are featured in the film's DVD.
Rancid is a 2004 Swedish thriller film in English, written by Jesper Ersgård and directed by Jack Ersgard.
Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story (2003)
Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story is an American television film produced and broadcast in 2003 on the USA Network. The movie stars James Woods as former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, and depicts the life of Giuliani, focusing primarily on his mayoral career and response to the September 11 attacks.
The Reflecting Skin (1990)
The Reflecting Skin is a 1990 British-Canadian horror film written and directed by Philip Ridley and starring Jeremy Cooper, Viggo Mortensen and Lindsay Duncan. Described by its director as a "mythical interpretation" of childhood, the film weaves elements of vampirism, Surrealism, black comedy, and religious zealotry throughout its narrative about the perceptions and fantasies of an impressionable young boy in 1950s America. The film places the majority of its action outdoors around the dilapidated farms and in the wheat fields of Idaho shot in idyllic sunlight which belies the dark secrets of the characters and plot.
Revenge of the Stolen Stars (1986)
Revenge of the Stolen Stars is a 1985 American comedy fantasy film directed by Ulli Lommel and starring Klaus Kinski, Suzanna Love, Barry Hickey and Ulli Lommel.
Erotic cult director Radley Metzger goes all the way in SCORE, a tale of a happily married swinging couple, who make a bet that they can seduce a couple of newlyweds during a weekend get-together at their luxury Riviera villa. An erotic classic, populated with strikingly beautiful people who are into free love, "dressing up" and the fine art of seduction.
Time Lock (1957)
It is 6 o’clock on a Friday evening at a South Yorkshire bank. Lucille Walker calls in to pick up her husband, Colin, accompanied by their six-year-old son, Stephen. After locking the doors, Colin pre-sets the time lock of the vault for Monday morning - 63 hours later. Just as they are about to leave, they notice that Stephen is missing. As the vault cannot be opened manually, it is a race against time to save the young boy. Also features a young Sean Connery in his first speaking part.
David Knight: Iron Man of Enduro (2004)
Enduro is extreme dirt bike racing, and David Knight has dominated the body and spirit-breaking sport. This is his action-packed story, as determination turns ambition into World Championship victory.
Oxyana is a 2013 documentary film produced by Sean Dunne. The film documents prescription drug abuse in rural Southern West Virginia, based in the town of Oceana and surrounding Wyoming County. The film highlights the abuse of the prescription drug oxycodone. It was released in April 2013 at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Alphonso Bow (2010)
Men loudly discuss inappropriate topics such as sex, Hitler and an injured dog in a restaurant.
Voices from the Forest (2014)
Sacred sites Researcher Gary Cook wanted to find out whether the faery folk beings are physical or whether they live in another dimension. Maori folklore speaks of the 'Turehu' or 'Patupaiarehe: a small faery folk, 3 to 4 foot tall. Often fair haired or occassionally witnessed with red hair and with green or blue eyes and pale skin. He engaged a camera crew and went into the bush to find out. Never in a million years did he expect to be rewarded so generously when the crew captured a supernatural anomaly on camera. Not only that, during the filming, local farmers, Maori Iwi and Kaumatua came forward with information and testimonials that have made the film an extraordinary experience that will change the way people look at the 'unseen'.
I Believe I Can Fly: Flight of the Frenchies (2011)
I Believe I Can Fly (Flight of the Frenchies) is an amazing journey into the unknown. Two friends test the boundaries of free flight and friendship as they take their passion in a totally new direction. Join Tancrede and Julien on an incredible exploration into the world of free flight. The two friends are pioneers in "highlining" - a vertiginous combination of climbing, slackline and tightrope walking. Using their skills and experience as climbers, the pair push their boundaries beyond the realms of possibility as they embark on a new evolution of their sport. We travel from the Verdon gorge to the skyscrapers of Paris, and finally to the spectacular cliffs and fjords of Norway - where the pair plan to put weeks spent training to the ultimate test. Could months of planning and training really lead them to their dream of complete freedom... the freedom of flight?
Shane Mauss: Mating Season (2013)
Shane Mauss, an honorary evolutionary psychologist, brings countless years of watching Animal Planet to aid in discussions of Snoop Dogg, crouton factories, and other important things.
Boy of the Streets (1937)
A young boy (Jackie Cooper) growing up in the tenement-cloistered surroundings of the Bowery, struggles to find a feeling of self-worth.
Fear No Fruit (2015)
Fear No Fruit chronicles Frieda Caplan's rise from being the first woman entrepreneur on the Los Angeles Wholesale Produce Market in the 1960s, to transforming American cuisine by introducing over 200 exotic fruits and vegetables to U.S. supermarkets. Still an inspiration at 91, Frieda's daughters and granddaughter carry on the business legacy.
It's In The Blood (2012)
A father and son become stranded in the wild and have to confront their past to survive.
Myq Kaplan: Small, Dork and Handsome (2014)
Wise guy Myq Kaplan is Small Dork and Handsome. The might of Myq's manic comedy machine is sure to stupefy and amuse in this hour long tour de force.
What Is New Thought? (2014)
From the self-help industry to Alcoholics Anonymous and from Oprah Winfrey to the Word-Faith movement, the principles of this New Thought movement have been instrumental in transforming the lives of millions of people. Now get a closer look at how New Thought has had an impact in our world.
Appearances by Wally "Famous" Amos, Della Reese, Deepak Chopra, Joe Vitale, and many more.
Topless Shock Syndrome: The Documentary (2014)
She is both agitator and activist, paparazzo and popular icon. Holly Van Voast, or as some know her, Harvey Van Toast, uses her skills as a photographer and journalist to highlight a modern feminist hot-point. This movie is a first person perspective documentary focusing on the subject of toplessness in public. There is a growing population of women who feel that the inequality of male topless acceptance, in contrast to female, is extraordinarily prejudiced and absurd.
C'mon Man (2012)
Jeff gets a chance to make it big as a stand-up comic but his insecure ego causes his career to go from good to bad. When he gets out of rehab, Jeff creates new material and tries to make it big again.
The Crimes Of Stephen Hawke (1936)
The Crimes of Stephen Hawke is a 1936 British historical melodrama film directed by George King and starring Tod Slaughter as the nefarious Stephen Hawke - who masquerades as the 'Spine-Breaker'. It also features Marjorie Taylor, D. J. Williams and Eric Portman. It was made at Shepperton Studios, with sets designed by Philip Bawcombe. This is the third of Tod Slaughter's film outings, billed as a 'new-old melodrama'. In the introduction Slaughter appears in person, in a BBC studio, where he describes with relish his murderous activities in his two previous films: Maria Marten or Murder in the Red Barn (1935) and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1936). In the film Slaughter plays a seemingly kindly money-lender who dotes on his daughter Julia. He has however a double life as the notorious 'Spine-Breaker', Victorian England's most maniacal serial killer. His nefarious activities are eventually detected by his daughter's suitor Matthew Trimble, the son of one of his victims, who after pursuing and failing to catch him somewhat charitably opines to his daughter: In the end Slaughter comes out of hiding to kill another unwelcome suitor of his daughter, before falling to his death from the roof of his house in a dramatic final exit.
Elvis Presley: From the Beginning to the End (2004)
This documentary is a tribute to Elvis Aaron Presley and the huge impact he had on the people whose lives he touched, through his loving, generous personality and his music.
Starting where it all began, in Tupelo, Mississippi, we get to visit the early days of the Presleys through photos. It is evident from the expressions on those faces from long ago that they were rich in the most important sense while living in poverty.
Through footage of Elvis the entertainer and interviews of fellow musicians, we are able to see the full spectrum of the man he was. His affect on an audience was phenomenal.
This movie tells the story of a life that ended way too soon and still has a profound affect on all of us.
Stories from East of the Moon (2010)
Seven animated fairy tales based on stories by Monty Python's Terry Jones The Island of Purple Fruits A shipwrecked sailor finds a magical tree. When he eats the fruit he dreams wonderful dreams ?- but he learns that dreams are not the same as reality. The Corn Dolly The tale of a discontented Corn Dolly who, never satisfied, meets an unfortunate end. The Ship of Bones Bill Stoker refuses to believe in a ghost ship. Suddenly a mighty wave sweeps him aboard amongst the skeletons but he is still unafraid. Why Birds Sing in the Morning A myth which explains why the moon chases the sun across the sky. The Sea Tiger The animals of the jungle join together to stop their friend, the Tiger, from telling enormous lies. Three Raindrops The tale of three Raindrops whose vanity is short-lived. The Wonderful Cake-Horse A Cake comes to life and sets off in search of a friend.
Love in the Nick of Tyme (2009)
Sexy salon owner Tyme Prentice (Terry Dexter) has a problem that any woman would envy... choosing between her on-again-off-again jazz musician boyfriend Marcelles Wynters (Morris Chestnut) and the charmingly handsome neighborhood delivery man Harvey (Andre Pitre). With show-stopping new songs written by R&B songstress Vivian Green, this record-breaking musical features electrifying performances by R&B star Avant, American Idol finalist Trenyce Cobbins and beloved actress Ellia English (The Jamie Foxx Show, Curb Your Enthusiasm). For an evening filled with passion, romance and inspiration, make time for DAVID E. TALBERT'S LOVE IN THE NICK OF TYME!
Treasure Playground (2015)
Treasure Playground is an exciting adventurous mystery film created by Sue ellen Randolph. Two kids accompanied by one Nanny stumbled on a pirate's head in the playground and by that head...there was a clue.....a clue to find the hidden treasure. Within this video there is also two more shows, Skeleton in my Crib an animation comedy and "Kappa Claw" which is a learning fun show for kids. In Kappa Claw there is also dancing and singing of nursery rhymes.
Something, Anything (2015)
Something, Anything is a 2014 American independent film written and directed by Paul Harrill. The film was produced by Ashley Maynor, and stars Ashley Shelton, Bryce Johnson, and Linds Edwards.
CKT The Documentary (2015)
The history of the infamous Clarkston neighborhoods and the three generations on the east side of Atlanta.
Man of Her Dreams (1997)
Faith is married to Richard, but their marriage has grown stale, and she fears that he may be cheating on her. She confides her fears in her new friend Walter, who seems to be extremely sympathetic to her plight. Unfortunately, he is interested in her as more than a friend. In fact, he quickly develops an obsession with her, and Faith finds that she has much bigger problems than the possible infidelity of her husband. Now she has a troubling question before her. How is she going to get away from psychopathic Walter and get on with her normal life?
Thomas & Friends: Dinos & Discoveries (2015)
All aboard for a roaring good time with Thomas and his friends! The engines are filled with wonder at the fantastical new sights and sounds on Sodor. Volcanoes sizzle and dinosaurs roar as the engines help the Earl with a special surprise. Marion experiences some dino daydreams, as Bill and Ben send Timothy on an expedition for a rainbow-colored car. Samson discovers his slip-ups cause confusion and delay, while Emily marvels at her giant and worldly Special. It's time for big adventure and dino-sized fun with Thomas & Friends!
The 2011 General Tire Mint 400 (2011)
The General Tire Mint 400 is the roughest, most spectacular off-road race in North America! Started in 1976, The Mint is steeped in American lore as thousands of racers as well as celebrities from around the world have attempted to tame the brutal Nevada desert. The 2011 Mint 400 was an epic battle between some of the top off-road racers in the world in twenty-five different classes of vehicles. Shot entirely in HD by the largest, most experienced film production crew in off-road, The Mint features stunning cinematography, captured in some of the most remote spots on the racecourse. Witness the bumper-to-bumper battling from helicopter, feel the power of these incredible vehicles from the passenger seat, watch as racers fall away, embroiled in the agony of defeat, and share in the glory of victory! ...This is The 2011 General Tire Mint 400.
Eye of the Future (2011)
Five children are called by the Earth to imagine a new sustainable future for our global society.
Four strangers attempt to figure out why a cabin in the woods has the power to keep an apocalyptic beast at bay, before the beast can unravel the mystery.
Parents (Andy Ostroff, Heather Adair) fear that their young daughter (Alyssa Koerner) is in contact with a malevolent force.
The Alamut Ambush (1986)
Based on the novel by Anthony Price and originally aired in the UK as part of the "Chessgame" series, this British espionage thriller stars Terence Stamp as David Audley, former Oxford professor turned intelligence agent. In this follow-up to 'Deadly Recruits' and 'Cold War Killer', a senior official of the Foreign Office, Guy Llewellyn (John Rowe), has been the target of an assassination attempt...twice! He demands that Audley head the investigation, but is Llewellyn's confidence in the agent genuine, or is it an elaborate ruse for something more.
Cracker & Camper Van Beethoven: First Annual Camp Out Live (2006)
On September 9 & 10, 2005, the bands Camper Van Beethoven and Cracker hosted the first Camp Out in Pioneertown, California. Led by singer David Lowery, the bands celebrated two decades of work by coordinating special concerts with lineups featuring the original members. The event also included rare sets from such notorious side projects as Monks of Doom and performances by Johnny Hickman, Victor Krummenacher, Jonathan Segel, Porch Stock Footage, and Greg Lisher.
MetalHeads: The Good, the Bad, and the Evil (2008)
Metal has too long been misrepresented in movies. This tragi-comedy brings to light all you need to see! Warring: The term "politically correct" does NOT exist in a metalhead's dictionary. This movie contains no Ebonics or baggy pants. Not to be viewed by posers. Nudity, drugs, violence, and strong language are included. Emily Thomas stars. Extras include bloopers, skits, and sneak peeks.
Tales from the Royal Wardrobe (2014)
Today, few people's clothes attract as much attention as the royal family, but this is not a modern-day paparazzi-inspired obsession. Historian Dr. Lucy Worsley, Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces reveals that it has always been this way. Exploring the royal wardrobes of our kings and queens over the last four hundred years, Lucy shows this isn't just a public fascination, but an important and powerful message from the monarchs. From Elizabeth I to the present Queen Elizabeth II, Lucy explains how the royal wardrobe's significance goes far beyond the cut and color of the clothing. Royal fashion is, and has always been regarded as a very personal statement to reflect their power over the reign. Most kings and queens have carefully choreographed every aspect of their wardrobe; for those who have not, there have sometimes been calamitous consequences. As much today as in the past, royal fashion is as much about politics as it is about elegant attire.
Led Zeppelin: Dazed & Confused (2009)
A rare look at Led Zeppelin, from their humble beginnings to their status as rock gods. Take a journey where incredible heights and extreme lows helped forge one of the greatest rock bands ever.
A man with a criminal record plots to kidnap his boss' son after being threatened with the loss of his job.
"America is a mixed salad." With this provocative metaphor, Director Max Robinson mixes riveting footage of American history with interviews with everyone from Arnold Schwarzenegger to Sho Dozono to Native American Chief Mati Waiya. Narrated by Gil Scott Heron.
My Morning Jacket: Okonokos (2006)
My Morning Jacket: Okonokos is a live concert film by My Morning Jacket released on October 31, 2006. The film was recorded during the band's fall 2005 Z Tour, over two nights at The Fillmore in San Francisco, California. My Morning Jacket: Okonokos is as much a question as it is an answer. It is an enigma wrapped around a riddle. My Morning Jacket: Okonokos is whatever you want it to be. Filmed by Sam Erickson, mixed by Michael Brauer, and mastered by Bob Ludwig.
Mr. Mike's Mondo Video (1979)
Mr. Mike's Mondo Video is a 1979 movie conceived and directed by Saturday Night Live writer/featured player Michael O'Donoghue. It is a spoof of the controversial 1962 documentary Mondo Cane, showing people doing weird stunts. (The logo for Mr. Mike's Mondo Video copies the original Mondo Cane logo.) Many cast members of Saturday Night Live, including Dan Aykroyd, Jane Curtin, Laraine Newman, Bill Murray, Don Novello and Gilda Radner, appear in Mr. Mike's Mondo Video. People who had previously hosted SNL, or would go on to host (such as Carrie Fisher, Margot Kidder and Teri Garr) make cameo appearances in the film. Others who appear in the film include musicians Sid Vicious, Paul Shaffer, Debbie Harry, Root Boy Slim, and Klaus Nomi; artist Robert Delford Brown; and model Patty Oja.
Fight or Flight (2007)
Fight or Flight is a 2007 documentary film produced by Peter J McCarthy and directed by McCarthy and Shane Sutton. The film won "Best Foreign Documentary" at the Long Island Film Festival as well as "Best Documentary" at festivals in Hamburg, Toronto and California. The film took over five years to make and was first premiered at the DocNz International film festival in Auckland, New Zealand in October 2007. It is based on a man's journey into the heart of Thai boxing (Muay Thai boxing) in Thailand. The film was funded by the Irish Film Board. The production involved two years of travelling throughout Thailand's ring fighting scene. Fight or Flight was in production at the same time Ong Bak was released. Fight or Flight is being broadcast in 2010 on Halogen TV (USA), Viasat (Scandinavia & Eastern Europe) and Filmmaster (Italy).
Candles at Nine (1944)
Candles at Nine is a 1944 British mystery film directed by John Harlow and starring Jessie Matthews, John Stuart and Beatrix Lehmann. A wealthy man jokes about being murdered for his inheritance but is then found dead. His money is left to a distant female relative and attempts now begin on her life too.
Until They Are Home (2012)
Filmmaker Steven C. Barber embeds with a team from JPAC to search for the remains of U.S. soldiers killed during the battle for Tarawa.
Drive-In Movie Memories (2001)
This one-hour documentary special is a film celebration of America's greatest icon of youth, freedom and the automobile. What began as an auto parts owner's business venture to make some easy money accidentally became a magical place where romance, fun and a sense of community flourished. This film chronicles the drive-in's birth and development, its phenomenal popularity with audiences of all ages, its tragic decline, and its inevitable comeback as a classic form of Americana. Described by Variety as "slick and entertaining," Drive-In Movie Memories includes photos and footage from the mid-1930s until today, a powerful original music score, and lively interviews with such notables as Leonard Maltin, Barry Corbin, Burton Gilliam, Beverly Garland, Samuel Arkoff, and John Bloom (aka Joe Bob Briggs). Drive-In Movie Memories covers every aspect of the drive-in movie-going experience: early outdoor projection, the marriage of the car and the movie, architects and drive-in construction, sound projection solutions, food trailers and concession stands, families and entertainment, teenagers and passion, church services, celebrity appearances, exploitation films, the effects of television and the VCR, and the drive-in's decline and comeback. Drive-In Movie Memories was an Official Selection at both the Chicago International Film Festival and the Telluride Film Festival, and won the Gold Award at the Houston World Fest. During its film festival tour, it played in over 40 festivals across the nation. Drive-In Movie Memories was produced by Don and Susan Sanders, and directed and edited by Kurt Kuenne, who also composed the musical score. The DVD includes such extra features as a twenty-minute reel of nostalgic concession stand advertisements.
Abe's Tomb (2007)
Abe's Tomb is a horror/mystery film in English. The film is about planet Earth's ultimate predator, a race of feral vampires. The cause is questioned and also questioned is whether or not anything can return the world back to what it was.
A captain of the town's police force and a newspaper reporter, although fearful, decide to challenge the Vampire Nation. In so doing they face the most evil of Satan-like creatures. Now they wonder if even the resurrected entity from Hell, Abe, will be able to save the world and restore mankind as the dominant species.
In a metropolis in the near future, Gwen Koh, a beautiful woman full of poise and grace, works as the spokesperson for the Center for Advanced Health and Living, a company that offers a radical new technology allowing people to overcome their natural disadvantages and begin life anew. But when a shift in company priorities threatens her job and her family, will Gwen undergo the procedure herself?
The Good Life (2008)
The Good Life (Spanish: La buena vida) is a 2008 Chilean drama film directed by Andrés Wood and written by Mamoun Hassan. The film won the 2008 Goya Award for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film.
Gone Dark (2013)
After Jack (Pascal Cooper) fakes his death, his little sister blames his ex-partners and begins hunting them down.
Hold on Me (2011)
Tom and Eve's relationship from inception to destruction.
Hex is a 1973 American horror film filmed on Cheyenne River Indian Reservation starring Keith Carradine, Dan Haggerty, Gary Busey, Hillarie Thompson and Christina Raines (billed as Tina Herazo). The film was initially publicized under the title Grass Land. According to Phil Hardy's The Encyclopedia of Horror Movies, Hex "crosses elements of the bike film with those of the post-western and the supernatural tale... The film scarcely succeeds in welding its disparate elements together, but still makes a distinctive, atmospheric impression."
Prayer to a Vengeful God (2010)
Prayer to a Vengeful God is a 2010 dramatic crime film, written, directed by, and starring Dan Eberle. Broken into several chapters, the film follows the attempts of a man awakening from a coma to seek revenge on his wife's murderers. The film features absolutely no dialogue except one exchange of the word "hi".
With James's lover soon returning home from his military service, James has ended his brief fling with Steve and is preparing to greet his lover. There's just one problem: Steve, who shows up on James doorstep hoping to rekindle their relationship.
Hijacking the Holy Land (2009)
HIJACKING THE HOLY LAND shows how the Palestinians have been trying to sell "land for peace" for decades - and why this tactic will never work. Director Joe Amaral takes us inside the world of Palestinian media and displays incredible video clips of Palestinian politicians and clerics.
A businessman (William Baldwin), a widower (Tom Bower), a frustrated man and a salesman seek comfort at an Asian massage parlor.
Age of Heroes (2011)
Age of Heroes is a 2011 British war film directed by Adrian Vitoria.
The film is based on the real-life events of the formation of Ian Fleming's 30 Commando unit during World War II. The film was released in the United Kingdom in 2011.
Nights with Théodore (2012)
A romantic connection blossoms between two young Parisians during a succession of dreamlike nocturnal visits to a singular, beguiling park. Anna meets Theodore at a party, and together they impulsively climb the fence and enter the a nearby city park, an unusual and striking hillside public garden in northeastern Paris. The two part at dawn, but find themselves drawn back the following night, and, falling in love under the park's spell, embark on nightly explorations of its topographic mysteries, gradually discovering that, despite feeling entirely alone in the world, they may not be the only ones drawn to this magical place.
My Mouth Lies Screaming (2009)
Sideshow Cinema strikes again with another ridiculous comedy feature! A psychopath known as the "Bow Tie Killer" terrorizes the area as he ruthlessly kills young women. A pair of lurid lovers take advantage of the killer's MO to enact two murders of their own; dispose of their respective spouses. However, they've made a big mistake. They've incurred the wrath of the real Bow Tie Killer. And now they will set off a series of murders they can't control. Because they're stupid. A wickedly funny "giallo" movie from the makers of "The Dungeon of Dr. Dreck."
While coping with his alcoholic father, a New York City teen (PeterByrne) tries to rescue a girl (Melissa Duge) from her pimp (Michael Griffiths).
Blitzkid: Death By Jersey (2009)
BLITZKID, a band eternally committed to their fans, has been in motion for nearly ten years, and still carries with them the same momentum, inspiration, and love that forged their beginning. Fame is not a goal with this band. There are more important issues that the band feels should be accomplished. Such as leaving great music, song and memories that will stand the test of time. With a consistently growing worldwide fan base and an untouchable live show, BLITZKID is at the front of Horror-rock's blood-soaked future. Their music is an amalgamation of punk, metal, thrash, goth and rockabilly. It is romantic and melodically hooky musically, disturbing and gory lyrically and intense and devastating sonically. They are about as close as you can get to watching a B-horror movie, only a bit more realistic with plenty of fun and camp all intact... Long Live The Horror! Blitzkid: Death by Jersey, consists of two electrifying shows recorded live at Connections in Clifton, New Jersey on May 28, 2005 and October 31, 2005.
Message From Hiroshima (2015)
The devastating effects of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima are explored using computer-generated re-creations and testimonials from survivors.
Christmas In Compton (2012)
Christmas in Compton is a 2012 Christmas comedy film starring Keith David and Omar Gooding. It was directed by David Raynr.
Sarah Landon And The Paranormal Hour (2007)
Far away from home, in the small town of Pine Valley, Sarah Landon (newcomer Rissa Walters) finds herself all alone, staying in the guesthouse of her late friend's grandmother. When she promised to visit, she didn't realize she wouldn't be staying in the main house, and she didn't realize that the guesthouse was haunted. Or at least it seems that way with all the strange things that are going on in there. But that soon becomes the least of the 17-year-ld's worries. When she learns of the town's dark secret, she finds herself in the middle of a haunting mystery that involves two brothers, the local psychic, and an evil spirit. The big question soon becomes, what will happen between midnight and 1 A.M.?
Attack of the Vegan Zombies! (2010)
A nosy neighbor discovers a winery uses undead workers and everyone tries to keep from being eaten.
Amanda is a 2009 romantic comedy directed by Steve Marra. The movie stars Randy Ryan and Ariana Dubynin. The story takes place in Indianapolis, where movie was also shot.
Anatomy (German: Anatomie) is a 2000 German horror film written and directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky that stars Franka Potente. A sequel, Anatomy 2 (Anatomie 2) was released in 2003. The film was a box-office success in Germany, and Columbia Pictures released the film's English-dubbed version in the United States theatrically.
An All Dogs Christmas Carol (1998)
An All Dogs Christmas Carol is a 1998 animated TV movie which was released direct-to-video in November 1998. To date, it is the final installment in the All Dogs Go to Heaven film series and it also serves as the series finale to the animated series. Unlike the first two films, where the main characters are Charlie and Itchy, Carface is the focus of the story. It is based on Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.
Afternoon Delight (2013)
Afternoon Delight is a 2013 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Jill Soloway. The film stars Kathryn Hahn, Juno Temple, Josh Radnor, and Jane Lynch.
Peace Officer (2015)
Peace Officer is a documentary film about police militarization in the United States. It won the 2015 Documentary Feature Competition Grand Jury award at the South by Southwest Film Festival.
It was conceived when co-director Scott Christopherson, an assistant film professor at St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas, met retired police officer William "Dub" Lawrence at a baseball game and was invited to visit his hangar where he carried out his private investigations into incidents in which people were killed by police. Lawrence, the central figure in the documentary, founded Davis County, Utah's SWAT team, the first in the state, in the 1970s as a sheriff. He was motivated to begin investigating police killings after the same SWAT team he founded killed his son-in-law, Brian Wood, during a 2008 standoff.
Much of the film focuses on the history of the SWAT teams that were formed in the United States after the 1965 Watts riots in Los Angeles and mythologized in popular culture by shows such as S.W.A.T. The film follows Lawrence as he investigates his son-in-law's death as well as several other SWAT team raids.
The film was nominated for an AML Award.
Perfect Understanding (1933)
Perfect Understanding is a 1933 British comedy film directed by Cyril Gardner and starring Laurence Olivier, Gloria Swanson and John Halliday. The film was an independent production made at Ealing Studios, conceived as an attempt to revive Swanson's career which had suffered following the conversion to sound films.
Physical Evidence (1989)
Everyone wanted Jake Farley dead. A man who dealt in drugs, prostitution and blackmail, Farley had no shortage of enemies, but only Joe Paris (Burt Reynolds), a hard-drinking cop who can't remember if he killed Farley or not, is on trial for the murder. The District Attorney has everything he needsfor a conviction including weapon and motive. All Joe has is Jenny Hudson (Theresa Russell), a public defender who isn't entirely convinced of her client's innocence. Yet as witnesses are threatened,beaten and killed, Jenny begins to believe Joe may have been framed. And while they desperately search for a killer who may or may not exist, one thing remains certain. If Joe's innocent, the truth will save him. But if he's guilty, his lies will be the death of them both.
Pick Up the Mic (2006)
Pick Up the Mic is a documentary film, released in 2006, which profiles the underground homo hop scene, which is a subgenre of hip hop that includes gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender artists. The film was directed by Alex Hinton. The documentary had its premiere at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival. Subsequently the film screened at other film festivals around the world. An edited version aired nationally in the United States on the Logo cable television channel. Though homophobia is a phenomenon commonly laid at the feet of mainstream hip hop, pop culture's relationship to it has also been shaped by white middle class LGBT communities' covert and overt racism and internalized homophobia. As a result, the attendant conversations in LGBT and straight mainstream media around the subject tend to gravitate toward the speculative (Queen Pen's 1998 single "Your Girlfriend") and the apocryphal (the brief career of self-proclaimed "gay rapper" Caushun, who was the subject of a flurry of mainstream press from 2001-2003, yet failed to release an album or single through his reported record deal with Kimora Lee Simmons' Baby Phat imprint). Homohop is a growing subgenre of aggressive pro-gay lyrics directly confronting the perceived homophobia of mainstream rap. It is a significant underground gay hip hop movement, spearheaded by many of the artists profiled in Pick Up the Mic. The performance footage in the documentary was shot at the PeaceOUT World Homo Hop Festival in Oakland, California between 2002 and 2004, and Peace Out East, a sister festival in New York City curated by Judge "Dutchboy" Muscat and Shante "Paradigm" Smalls. All of the artists featured in Pick Up the Mic have released multiple independent recordings and have toured the United States and internationally over the past several years. Katastrophe, Deep Dickollective and Scream Club have been among the most prolific, with the Scream Club making several tours across Europe in recent years, where they have developed a cult-like following.
Point And Shoot (2014)
In 2006, Matt VanDyke set off on a 35,000 mile motorcycle adventure that eventually led him to Libya, where he joined the rebels fighting dictator Muammar Gaddafi.
Poojai (English: Veneration) is a 2014 Indian Tamil action masala film directed by Hari and produced by Vishal, who himself plays the lead role alongside an ensemble cast featuring Shruti Haasan, Sathyaraj, Raadhika Sarathkumar and Mukesh Tiwari. Yuvan Shankar Raja composed the soundtrack and score for the film, while cinematography and editing were handled by Priyan and V. T. Vijayan, respectively.
The film was officially launched on 28 March 2014 and principal photography began on 18 April 2014. The film released on 22 October 2014 on the occasion of Deepavali. The film was dubbed into hindi as Himmatwar and in Telugu titled as Pooja.
Population Boom (2013)
Director Werner Boote travels the planet to examine the myths and facts on overpopulation.
Rajdhani Express (2013)
Rajdhani Express: Point Blank Justice is an Indian socio-political drama film released on 4 January 2013 directed by Ashok Kohli. The project was produced by CineActs Production, Trueman Entertainment & SLA Impex Pvt Ltd. It features Leander Paes playing the lead role, Jimmy Sheirgill, Puja Bose, Priyanshu Chatterjee, Gulshan Grover, Kiran Kumar, Mukesh Rishi, Sudhanshu Pandey, Sayali Bhagat, Achint Kaur and Shilpa Shukla.
Records Collecting Dust (2015)
The music and records that changed our lives.
Reel Love (2011)
Not to be confused with the TV series Reel Love produced by GMA Network in the Philippines.
Rise of the Fellowship (2013)
Randall, a nerdy high-school kid, and three of his friends train to take part in a "Lord of the Rings" gaming competition.
Road to the Big Leagues (2008)
Through the eyes of local kids playing with pebbles to the perspective of Dominican major league stars David Ortiz and Vladimir Guerrero, this documentary reveals a side of 'America's Game' that few have ever seen before.
Roadmap Genesis (2015)
Filmmaker Nolan Lebovitz uses the Book of Genesis to create a roadmap containing guideposts for living a productive, fruitful, fulfilling life.
Bloodhounds of Broadway (1952)
Bloodhounds of Broadway is a 1952 Technicolor musical film based on a Damon Runyon story. It starred Mitzi Gaynor, who was then still a young starlet, along with Scott Brady, Mitzi Green, Marguerite Chapman, Michael O'Shea, Wally Vernon and George E. Stone. It was directed by Harmon Jones. Bloodhounds of Broadway was remade in 1989 Bloodhounds of Broadway, this time as a PBS American Playhouse special (subsequently given theatrical release) starring Matt Dillon and Madonna.
Blue Collar Comedy: The Next Generation (2007)
Bill Engvall is passing the torch on to a new group of Blue Collar comedians. Filmed live during The Comedy Festival at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV, Blue Collar Comedy: The Next Generation features comedians Jamie Kaler, Juston McKinney, John Caparulo, and Reno Collier. Watch as these up-and-comers take the stage and show that they have what it takes to carry on one of America's favorite comedy franchises.
Two small-time thugs rob a liquor store and take hostages after being chased into a blues club by police.
Bound by Sea (2013)
Jack Viorel and his young daughter visit four oceans and teach poor children the value of surfing and transcending the hardships in their lives.