The Dambusters Raid (2001)

On May 17th. 1943 the Royal Air Force carried out one of the most remarkable raids ever undertaken by any aircrew. On that night a squadron of Lancaster heavy bombers flew at low level across a blacked out Europe, towards the four great dams that delivered water and power to the German industrial heartland of the Ruhr. The aircrews had been trained for months to carry out this most daring and courageous of raids. Against a storm of anti-aircraft fire, they calmly flew their bombers in across the reservoirs, holding a specific height and speed, to deliver their strange cylindrical bouncing bombs, to explode against the face of the dams, and blow great holes in them. The factories of the Ruhr were crippled. 1300 German civilians died, and 53 aircrew were lost. For the very first time this programme explores both sides of a raid that has become an epic in the history of World War 2. 52 minutes - NTSC

Oliver's Story (1978)

Oliver's Story is a 1978 romantic drama film and a sequel to Love Story (1970) based on a novel by Erich Segal published a year earlier. It was directed by John Korty and again starred Ryan O'Neal, this time opposite Candice Bergen. The original music score was composed by Lee Holdridge and Francis Lai. It was released by Paramount Pictures on December 15, 1978. This film's promotional tagline is: "It takes someone very special to help you forget someone very special."

Love Under Fire: The Story of Bertha and Potter Palmer (2013)

"Love Under Fire: The Story of Bertha and Potter Palmer" tells the inspirational true story of Chicago's first power couple, Bertha and Potter Palmer. From inventing the modern day department store and inspiring Harry Gordon Selfridge (of the PBS Masterpiece series "Mr. Selfridge"), to their instrumental roles in rebuilding Chicago after The Great Fire and bringing The Columbian Exposition to their adopted hometown (the backdrop for "Devil in the White City"), Bertha and Potter Palmer's epic tale will surprise and inspire even the most ardent history buff.

Who Is Clark Rockefeller? (2010)

In what was called “the longest-running con in FBI history,” Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, the man people knew as “Clark Rockefeller” (Eric McCormack), had brilliantly impersonated numerous people, ranging from a talk show host to a Pentagon advisor, before ultimately claiming to be an heir to the famous Rockefeller family. Confident from the success of his prior scams, Clark quickly became well known and highly respected among Boston’s elite and used his purported high-society status to charm his way into the life of Sandra Boss (Sherry Stringfield), a millionaire with a Harvard MBA and a partner at the prestigious management-consulting firm McKinsey & Company. Following a whirlwind courtship, the two married and had a daughter, Reigh (Emily Alyn Lind, “Eastwick”), before their rocky 12-year union ended in divorce, leading Clark to abduct his beloved daughter after losing custody to Sandra. With the help of FBI agent Megan Norton (Regina Taylor), Sandra’s search for her daughter exposed Clark’s lifelong con game for the world to see, and ultimately raised questions about the real man and the deception he is capable of.

The Bad News Bears Go To Japan (1978)

The Bad News Bears Go to Japan (also known as The Bad News Bears 3) is a Sport-drama film 1978 film release by Paramount Pictures and was the third and last of a series, following The Bad News Bears and The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training. It stars Tony Curtis and Jackie Earle Haley, also featuring Regis Philbin in a small role. This film was followed by a 1979 CBS-TV series, and by a 2005 remake of the 1976 film.

The Black Gestapo (1975)

The Black Gestapo is a 1975 American nazi-blaxploitation film about a vigilante named General Ahmed, who starts an inner-city "People's Army" to protect the black citizens of Watts. However, when the Army succeeds in chasing the mob out of town, Ahmed is replaced by his colleague Colonel Kojah, who reforms the movement into a fascist criminal organization in order to have complete control over the town. It was written and directed by Lee Frost, and stars Rod Perry, Charles P. Robinson, Phil Hoover, Ed Cross and features a cameo from Russ Meyer regular Uschi Digard. It depicts African-American men dressed as Nazis and contains many scenes of violence (including a castration scene) and soft-core nudity.

Lady in Cement (1968)

Lady in Cement is a 1968 Neo Noir detective film, directed by Gordon Douglas and starring Frank Sinatra, Raquel Welch, Dan Blocker, Martin Gabel and Richard Conte. A sequel to the 1967 film Tony Rome, and based on the novel by Marvin H. Albert, Lady In Cement was released on November 20, 1968.

Carmen (1918)

Carmen is a 1918 German silent drama film directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Pola Negri, Harry Liedtke and Leopold von Ledebur. It was based on the novella Carmen by Prosper Mérimée. Like Bizet's opera Carmen, this film only adapts the third part of Mérimée's novella and transforms the character of Don José at the beginning of the story from bandit on the run to honest man in love with his childhood sweetheart. The film was released with English intertitles in the United States in 1921 under the alternative title Gypsy Blood.

All about Joe (2013)

Joe carries a rusty saw and gas can wherever he goes, and his poetry affects people from all walks of life.

Son of Sam (2008)

"This chilling tale recounts the late '70s in New York City, when a serial killer on the loose dubbed ""Son of Sam"" creates havoc. When arrested, ""Son of Sam"" tells police he was influenced by a satanic cult. New York would never be the same."

Battle of Blood Island (1960)

Battle of Blood Island is a 1960 American World War II war film filmed in Puerto Rico. It was directed by Joel Rapp and based on the 1958 short story Expect the Vandals by Philip Roth.Filmgroup released the film as a double feature with Ski Troop Attack. Roger Corman appears at the end of the movie as an American soldier.

So Close (2009)

When was the first time?" A simple question on a bureaucratic form in a nondescript waiting room jolts Claire, and five strangers sitting nearby become the characters in her recollection of her turbulent marriage.

Hochzeitsgäste (1990)

A female photographer from Western Europe drives through Poland and stops in a village. By chance, her eye is caught by the arrival of a wedding party. This marks the point of departure for several stories which unfold during the course of the wedding.

Through the Eyes of the Sculptor (2005)

A sculpture comes alive in clay, dies in plaster and is reborn in marble – this is a process that has rarely been documented. Follow master sculptor Emmanuel Fillion through the many steps it takes before a new work is ready to be immortalized.

Love and Demons (2014)

Two demons offer sex, drugs and chaos to a struggling couple.

Unhinged: Surviving Jo'burg (2010)

Unhinged: Surviving Jo'burg is an honest, quirky and sometimes frenzied documentary about Johannesburg, South Africa's biggest city and the world's gateway to Southern Africa. With rapid narrative, dry humour, trivial factoids, insightful observations and a highly enjoyable soundtrack, the film tells a slice-of-city-life story. It's a personal video snapshot of today's city, providing a unique opportunity for viewers to get a glimpse inside a place that the world has a very fuzzy sense of.

The Great Sioux Massacre (1965)

The Great Sioux Massacre is a 1965 Revisionist Western film directed by Sidney Salkow in CinemaScope using extensive action sequences from Salkow's 1954 Sitting Bull. In a greatly fictionalised form, it depicts events leading up to the Battle of the Little Bighorn and Custer's Last Stand. It stars Joseph Cotten, Philip Carey and Darren McGavin.

The Manhattan Dating Project (2001)

The "Manhattan Dating Project" is an Award winning film about getting digits and finding love in Manhattan. Manhattan Dating Project premiered in Cannes and became an instant hit in New York City, London and Israel. Dating in New York, not easy and not for everyone. How do you get digits and what can you do in order to get lucky in New York City? Does the "numbers game" work to get hot girls? The real "sex in the city" get´s advice from the young and sexy. How do you get into the happening club in town? What to never say to the hottie #the bar? Critics call the "Manhattan Dating Project" the ultimate source on getting down with the other sex. "The Manhattan Dating Project" also shows you, what really happens in a Limo and "How I met your mother"?

Faultless: The American Orphan (2012)

Faultless: The American Orphan was created to inspire and equip Christ's followers to more deeply love and care for hurting children in America. Faultless introduces people to Christian orphan care in America by providing an overview of the challenges facing children in foster care and an introduction on how the Bible instructs us to act in light of those challenges.

Charlie: A Toy Story (2013)

Caden and his best friend Charlie, a golden retriever, visit his father Jack at his Wonder Toy Store. They discover Wondermation, his newest and greatest invention, and protect if from rivals who want to steal and keep it for themselves.

Flight World War II (2015)

Flight World War II (also known as Flight 1942) is a 2015 direct-to-video film released by The Asylum. The film was directed by Emile Edwin Smith and stars Faran Tahir. The film was on released June 2, 2015 to generally mixed reviews. Its plot is similar to The Final Countdown, a 1980 film about a modern aircraft carrier sent back in time under similar circumstances. The plot is also similar to an episode of The Twilight Zone named "The Odyssey of Flight 33". It won 2 awards at the Atlanta Horror Film Festival in 2015, "Best Sci-Fi Feature." and "Best Visual Effects."

Our Time Is Now: Two Years in the Life of Story of the Year (2008)

In January of 2005, after nearly two years of touring, Story of the Year headed back in to the studio to write and record their second full-length album. By that summer, they had completed what proved to be a more focused, mature record, representing a new level of musicianship and songwriting for the band. They called it In The Wake Of Determination. Immediately after finishing, they began touring in support of the record, which was released in October of 2005. Touring for In The Wake Of Determination brought Story of the Year to new fans, new places, and some of the biggest, most intense crowds to date. As always, cameras rolled and captured the experiences along the way. Our Time Is Now is the story of those two years. It's a two-part feature including a never-before-seen look into the band's writing and recording process, and a home video style documentary of life on the road.

Demon Slaughter (2004)

Demon Slaughter

Lighthouse Island (1989)

Lighthouse Island is a quiet place. On the south side of the island is a small village of fishermen and tradesmen. Zeb Norman bicycles into the village one day to buy a wedding present for his bride to be, Rosalee. Zeb finds himself in a place like no other; where a little girl walks a polar bear on a leash... where oxen and llamas share the dirt roads with broken-down pick-up trucks. A local merchant of jewelry and clothing, Clara Bufford, has a gift that catches Zeb's eye, and Zeb will stop at nothing to get it. But there is a price to pay as he enters into a mysterious bargain with the shopkeeper. He must retrieve a stolen pearl which has the power to transform the shape of whoever possesses it.

Magic Magic (2013)

Award-Winning Chilean director, Sebastián Silva, invites you on this thrilling journey to the deepest reaches of your darkest fears. In a foreign country, far from home, Alicia (Juno Temple) arrives in South America to vacation with her cousin, Sarah (Emily Browning). When Sarah is suddenly called away, Alicia is stuck on a remote island off Chile with three of Sarah’s friends, including Barbara (Catalina Sandino Moreno) and Brink (Michael Cera), an American exchange student with a sadistic streak. Bewildered, frightened, and unable to sleep, Alicia’s reality becomes a nightmare from which there is no waking. Ancient indigenous rites, disturbing animal behavior, and captivating hypnotic trances come together in an intense exploration into the darkest corners.. when the games go too far, reality unravels with astonishing and deadly consequences.

Ready for School (2007)

It's time to get ready for school! Gabi and Miles are graduating from high school, and they share their favorite school memories with Elmo. They remember singing and dancing, showing their drawings to their class, and learning how to share. Baby Bear remembers how nervous he was on his first day at Storybook Community School, and how Mother Goose made him feel so much better. Now Elmo is so excited about school that he cannot wait to start! Join Elmo and friends on this delightful video, "chalk" full of fun songs and silly characters.

Jenny McCarthy's Dirty Sexy Funny (2014)

Jenny McCarthy hosts an outrageous evening of comedy featuring five female stand-up comics and her own sketch vignettes.

Evidence of a Haunting (2010)

Ghost hunters shooting a reality show fight for their lives in tunnels beneath an old Texas college.

Starforce (2000)

A brutal intergalactic massacre leaves two survivors, Temetrian, a soldier, and Zed an orphan toddler. Marooned, the soldier raises the boy alone-as a warrior. Years later, Temetrian and Zed are rescued and returned to the metropolis of Alexandrius space station. Zed enlists in the elite Starforce Commandos and earns a special assignment to deliver medical supplies to remote mining colony at the edge of the galaxy. Arriving at the desolate, waterless Planet Osmar, Zed's ship is sabotaged, half the colonists murdered, and the remaining humans-especially ex-convict Dahlia-think he is to blame.. What Zed doesn't realize is that the miners have discovered rich deposits of tritium, the universe's most precious fuel. And that someone wants to grab it all and put the blame on Zed. When Temetrian leads a mission to rescue his son, Zed narrowly escapes a trap sprung by power hungry Commander Jankwo and his squad of Starforce turncoats. With Temetrian dead, Zed and Dahlia are left to fight the galaxy's most fearsome commandos in an alien wasteland crawling with carnivorous insects, and ruthless killers.

The Laughing Matter (2011)

" ... an offbeat and hilarious fairy tale about an unhappy middle class "princess" and how she is made to laugh. An exceptionally endearing performance from Nelson, her prince... add to the fresh simplicity of this unique and engaging allegory on the importance of maintaining one's own culture." - Ann Turner, Melbourne International Film Festival "A Laughing Matter" is the first in a series of contemporary interpretations of traditional folktales from around the world entitled "Something Special". Although the story is a universal one, its origins lie in the beautiful Caribbean island of Nevis. In this contemporized tale children and adults learn something special about another culture, and more importantly, something special about themselves. "There is a freshness about this film that is very appealing... the actor who plays Nelson does a wonderful job. Good characters...nice use of music...a top contender." - Golden Gate Jury Evaluation, San Francisco International Film Festival

Serial Killer Culture (2014)

The reasons why artists and collectors are fascinated by serial killers.

Marshal of Amarillo (1948)

Marshal of Amarillo is a 1948 American Western film directed by Philip Ford and written by Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Mildred Coles, Clayton Moore, Roy Barcroft and Trevor Bardette. The film was released on July 15, 1948, by Republic Pictures.

Fan of the Dead (2007)

A woman who is a virgin inherits a castle. Thinking that it's simply a large new home, she makes the trek to inhabit the building. When she arrives, she sees that there is a strange man and a group of women who could be vampires.

A Woman Without Love (1952)

Una mujer sin amor (English: A Woman Without Love) is a 1952 Mexican film directed by Spanish-born filmmaker Luis Buñuel. It is based on Guy de Maupassant's story "Pierre et Jean." The film, like much of Buñuel's work, criticizes bourgeois values, especially those of the highly superficial Don Carlos Montero. Buñuel himself considered it his worst film.

Hit Man File (2005)

Equal parts violent and sensual, HIT MAN FILE is a flashy new Asian action film with a distinctive Thai identity.

The Things We Carry (2009)

Emmie returns home after her mother dies and reconnects with her sister along the way.

Showrunners: The Art Of Running A TV Show (2014)

Filmmaker Des Doyle explores the world of US television show runners and the creative forces they employ.

Zeppo: Sinners from Beyond the Moon! (2007)

Empress Molly (Debbie Rochon) has declared war on Earth! Only the secret weapon by science and the march of heroes led by President Lloyd Kaufman can stop the invasion of planet Zeppo! Cardboard sets! Topless Zombies! Sci fi madness from planet Zeppo!

Thunder and Lightning (1977)

Thunder and Lightning is a 1977 comedy starring David Carradine and Kate Jackson and directed by Corey Allen.

Dynasty of Darkness: Apocalyptic End (2009)

Official line up for DYNASTY OF DARKNESS: Apocalyptic End Kittie Dave Brockie from Gwar Bile Resurrection The Fall of Man Poor Child's Promise Carfax Abbey Suture Seven Dead Emotion Moxley Includes live and scripted videos along with interviews from the above bands...Also featuring: The Sexy Bitches of Axis Video Lauren of Talon Opinions of Myke Hideous Shock Trailer

Dwight Howard: In the Moment (2014)

Take a behind-the-scenes look beyond the court to experience Dwight Howard, and his life as an NBA luminary. From his dreams as a young child, to his present-day stardom, Dwight Howard goes deep into his life to give the audience a taste of his determination. Follow along as he shares his journey to what made him the basketball star he is today!

Horrors of War (2006)

Horrors of War is a 2006 American horror film directed by Peter John Ross and John Whitney.

The Nesting (1981)

Agoraphobic mystery novelist Lauren Cochran decides to leave the city in an attempt to cure her recent writer's block. She rents an old Victorian house in the quiet countryside, unaware of its shocking history. As those around her suffer increasingly violent deaths, Lauren begins to unravel the truth: the house was once an infamous brothel now haunted by the victims of a bloody massacre. Will her terrifying phobia allow her to escape from THE NESTING? Also known as MASSACRE MANSION and PHOBIA, this eerie house of horrors was co-written, produced, and directed by notorious adult filmmaker Armand Weston, and stars Robin Groves (STEPHEN KING'S SILVER BULLET), John Carradine (SHOCK WAVES, THE HOWLING), and Academy Award winner Gloria Grahame (THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, OKLAHOMA!) in her final film role. Long unavailable on home video, THE NESTING has been newly transferred in blood-curdling High Definition from the original camera negative!

Baby Face Morgan (1942)

Baby Face Morgan is a 1942 American comedy of errors crime film directed by Arthur Dreifuss. It starred Mary Carlisle and Richard Cromwell. The film was a notable "B" effort for PRC (Producers Releasing Corporation). Jack Schwarz was producer, and Leon Fromkess was listed as "in charge of production".

The Cinematographer Project (2011)

Transworld SKATEboarding is proud to present our twenty-fourth video, "The Cinematographer Project." We have assembled thirteen of skateboarding's finest film makers to each produce their own original three to five minute short. The result is a truly creative and diverse take on the world of skateboarding. Torsten Frank features Mark Gonzales' thoughts and skating in Europe with Chewy Cannon and Lem Villemin. Christopher Middlebrook highlights an all-Australian section with a host of rippers including Jake Duncombe, Lewis Marnell, Dane Burman and Nick Boserio. Chris Ray filmed an entire Evan Smith part and Dan Wolfe did the same shooting a Dennis Busenitz part with Real team riders Justin Brock, Peter Ramondetta, Ishod Wair, James Hardy and more. Beagle entertains everyone with the skating of Jamie Tancowny, Lizard, Theotis Beasley, Figgy and tons of others. Jon Holland puts Sk8 Mafia in the spotlight with Tyler Surrey, Wes Kremer, Jamie Palmore, Jimmy Cao and more.. Bill Strobeck rolls with Alex Olson, Dylan Rieder and Mark Gonzales to name a few. Russell Houghten amazes with his time-lapse work while featuring skating from Dylan Rieder, Arto Saari, Tom Karangelov, and many others. Brennan Conroy films the Habitat team in a smooth montage with Silas Baxter-Neal, Stefan Janoski, Mark Suciu and others. Mike Manzoori skates the city streets at night with Jose Rojo, Kyle Leeper, Rodrigo TX, and a host of others. RB Umali shot an all NYC groove with Zoo York and Brandon Westgate, Chaz Ortiz, Eli Reed and more. Lee Dupont focuses on Washington Street Skate park with Pat Duffy, Kyle Berard, Matt Mumford, Danny Dicola and many others. And finally Alien Workshop has a power driven montage that will knock your socks off featuring the entire Alien team with an added focus on Gilbert Crockett and Jake Johnson. Needless to say, this video has something to offer everyone.

Ebola Zombies (2015)

Thieves searching for jewelry in an industrial complex accidentally unleash bloodthirsty zombies, and must escape the growing army of undead and the police to survive.

The Impossible Kid of Kung Fu (1982)

The Impossible Kid is a Kung Fu movie made in 1982, starring Filipino actor Weng Weng. This movie is a sequel to For Your Height Only. Part of the comedic premise of this film involves the viewer’s suspension of disbelief during the fight scenes. The 2'9" Weng Weng was featured beating up, knocking out, and holding down average-sized men.

Leef! (2005)

Life! is a 2005 Dutch drama film directed by Willem van de Sande Bakhuyzen.

Tender Is the Night (1962)

Tender Is the Night is a 1962 film directed by Henry King (his last film), based on the novel of the same name by F. Scott Fitzgerald. It stars Jennifer Jones and Jason Robards. The soundtrack featured a song, also called "Tender Is the Night", by Sammy Fain (music) and Paul Francis Webster (lyrics), which was nominated for the 1962 Academy Award for Best Song. Robards won the 1962 NBR Award for his performances in Tender Is the Night and Long Day's Journey Into Night. King's previous film had been Beloved Infidel, a biographical drama about Fitzgerald, author of Tender Is the Night. There are interesting backstage anecdotes about pre-production in "Memo from David O. Selznick," an edited collection of the iconic producer's letters and notes. Selznick's then-wife was sought and cast as the film's lead, and his letters reflect insight into the casting process (Jane Fonda had wanted to play Rosemary; William Holden, Henry Fonda and Christopher Plummer were considered for Dick), the creative angst around the project, and Selznick's own clever insights into the source novel and its requirements to become a successful film property.

Ruby's Studio: The Feelings Show (2010)

"Ruby's Studio: The Feelings Show" is an award-winning, fun and uniquely stylish video that helps young children understand, appropriately express, and move through their feelings. Adorable host, Ruby, guides kids on a magical journey of learning through awesome animation, DIY art projects and original music. Featuring the voice of Mel Brooks and the music of Elizabeth Mitchell.

Graham Parker & the Figgs: Live at the FTC (2010)

Rock legend Graham Parker ignites the stage with mighty backup from The Figgs in this rip-roaring new show celebrating the release of his 20th bestselling album. Join an enthusiastic audience as Parker and company tear through 21 hit songs including "Life Gets Better," "Mercury Poisoning," and "My Love's Strong," all in spectacular 5.1 audio! In addition to the full concert, you also get a fascinating career-spanning interview with Parker about his life and music, unavailable anywhere else! Featuring all of Graham Parker's trademark musical virtuosity, unforgettable hooks, and dazzling wit, this essential performance captured on April 23, 2010, in Fairfield, Connecticut at FTC's StageOne is a major music event you can't afford to miss! Songs: Chloroform, Turn It into Hate, It's My Party (But I Won't Cry), England's Latest Clown, Hole in the World, Life Gets Better*, Weather Report, Broken Skin, You Hit the Spot, My Love's Strong, Black Lincoln Continental, Blue Highways, Bring Me a Heart Again, Beancounter, Local Boys, Local Girls, White Honey, Snowgun*, Mercury Poisoning, 1st Responder, Soul Shoes. (*Not on CD)

The Beekeeper (2013)

Andrew Cote is the only New York City beekeeper making a living solely from keeping bees. But younger, more tech-savvy beekeepers nip at his heels. The world of beekeeping in New York city is a sweet but sticky tale.

Money Movers (1978)

Money Movers is a 1978 Australian crime action drama film directed by Bruce Beresford. The film was based on the book Money Movers by Devon Minchin, founder of Metropolitan Security Services. The story deals loosely with two real-life events, the 1970 Sydney Armoured Car Robbery where A$500,000 was stolen from a Mayne Nickless armoured van, and a 1970 incident where A$280,000 was stolen from Metropolitan Security Services' offices by bandits impersonating policemen. Money Movers is "one of the few films of the 1970s that deal with crime and police corruption as an entrenched state of being, and one of the earliest to embrace extremely violent action."

Clown (2007)

On a warm weekend in June, a group of friends venture to the mountains for a weekend getaway. No parents, no professors, just pure unadulterated fun and games. Little do they know, they're not alone. Out in the wilderness, just a stone's throw away at the edge of the tree line, there is a dark presence waiting and watching the group. One of the main protagonists, Rachel is the first to realize that there is peril in the woods beyond the rickety old cabin, where they'll be sleeping. Josh (who wants nothing more than to have the nerve to approach Rachel and tell her how much he adores her) politely humors her and her worries of them never making it home again. The rest of the group however, laughs off her comments about the rustling in the bushes, the sounds of crazy laughter, and the shadows that keep moving around. Is she just crazy, or are they going to be picked off one by one? The director of The Graveyard Shift and the NewGil Pictures production team bring you an old face of the horror genre. A film that doesn't waste your nerves on cheap thrills or "jumps". A throwback to a time when exploitation of gore, mutilation, and good old fashioned terror was fun.

The Name on the Bullet (2012)

New from Alpha Vision Films! This revisionist Western takes a second look at a fabled myth of the American frontier. Spanning the post-Civil War era to the turn of the century, "The Name on the Bullett" will call to question the generally accepted version of the fate of one of the most widely studied personalities in American criminal history. The production was filmed on location at the Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia in Staunton, Va. New from Alpha Vision Films! This revisionist Western takes a second look at a fabled myth of the American frontier. Spanning the post-Civil War era to the turn of the century, "The Name on the Bullett" will call to question the generally accepted version of the fate of one of the most widely studied personalities in American criminal history. The production was filmed on location at the Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia in Staunton, Va.New from Alpha Vision Films! This revisionist Western takes a second look at a fabled myth of the American frontier. Spanning the post-Civil War era to the turn of the century, "The Name on the Bullett" will call to question the generally accepted version of the fate of one of the most widely studied personalities in American criminal history. The production was filmed on location at the Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia in Staunton, Va.New from Alpha Vision Films! This revisionist Western takes a second look at a fabled myth of the American frontier. Spanning the post-Civil War era to the turn of the century, "The Name on the Bullett" will call to question the generally accepted version of the fate of one of the most widely studied personalities in American criminal history. The production was filmed on location at the Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia in Staunton, Va. Produced, written, and directed by James Overton Mark Miller - Director of Photography Susan Conner - Assistant Director

Ninja Thunderbolt (1984)

The Ninja Empire has been run by an evil master and one member decides to leave the empire. The ex-Ninja wants a Hong Kong detective to track down the new leader and end his reign of terror.

Sons Of Cuba (2009)

Sons of Cuba is a 2009 documentary film set in the Havana Boxing Academy, a school at the heart of Cuba's Olympic success in the ring. It follows the stories of three young hopefuls through eight months of training and schooling as they prepare for Cuba's National Boxing Championship for Under-12's. Sons of Cuba was directed by Andrew Lang and is distributed by Cinetic Rights Management for the US and Canada and Ro*co Films for the rest of the world.

Dangerous Exile (1957)

Set in 1795, this story is based around Britain’s war with Republican France. Over the Welsh town of Tenby floats a French balloon which a group of soldiers are sent to investigate. It leads them to a young boy who is sobbing in a graveyard. He is taken home by a beautiful American woman, Virginia, where it is soon discovered that the boy is the son of the executed Louis XVI and thus the King of France. Whilst Virginia resolves to keep the boy in Britain for his safety, the French are eager to restore him to his rightful throne and undertake a series of highly dangerous operations to fulfil their aims.

Hanged on a Twisted Cross (1996)

Biblical theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer was executed by the Nazis just days before the Allies defeated Germany in World War II. This gripping documentary narrated by Ed Asner captures the life, times, and thought of Bonhoeffer. Using rare archival footage, documents, and visits to original locations, we get an intimate portrait of a man whose life and writings grow in their influence and speak powerfully to issues of our own day some 50 years later. How does a man of peace come to assist violence in combating unrestrained evil? What do you do when deep-seated patriotism for your nation compels you to oppose your fatherland and its demonic leader? What course do you take when your love for the Gospel conflicts with your tragically compromised church? What is the responsibility of a follower of God when others are being persecuted and sent to prison camps and gas chambers? As shown in this two-hour program, Bonhoeffer confronted these and other issues with a searching Biblical faith and personal courage in a way that speaks to every generation.

Race Against Time (2000)

A father sells his body to an organ-harvesting company to pay for his deathly ill son's hospitalization.

Visions of Horror (2007)

Prepare yourself for seven of the most horrifying short films. Too sick and too disturbing for the faint of heart, Visions of Horror consists of the critically acclaimed gore masterpieces My Skin!, Slumber, What Ever Happened to the Zombie Killers, Callous Sentiment, Trick or Treat, Hooligan's Valley, and Scream for Me./nVisions of Horror is a must for any true gore guru. You may never see anything like this again!/n/nHosted by Hellacious scream queen Tiffany Shepis of Abominate, Ted Bundy, Nightmare Man).

The Unknown (1946)

The Unknown was the last of three Columbia programmers based on the legendary radio series I Love a Mystery. Carried over from the radio version are Jim Bannon and Barton Yarborough as Jack Packard and Doc Long, adventurers for hire. The plot concerns the efforts of amnesiac Nina Arnold (Miss Jeff Donnell) to claim her rightful share of her domineering grandmother's legacy. Someone is trying to murder Nina, and that someone may very well be her emotionally unstable mother Rachel Martin (Karen Morley). But with Jack and Doc on the case, Nina has nothing to worry about-or does she?

The Transition Period (2009)

As Chinese Communist Party secretary, Guo Yongchang was the most powerful man in his county, located in the rural inland province of Henan. Guo invited acclaimed documentary filmmaker Zhou Hao to record his final months in office. Through Zhou's lens, we see Guo work tirelessly to achieve his greatest desire: for Henan to match the affluence of booming coastal areas. Zhou also captures the sordid details of local-level politics in pursuit of growth: lavish parties with foreign investors, threats to local workers protesting unpaid wages, and offers of bribes and kickbacks. Hailed by international press as an exceptional work of investigative filmmaking, The Transition Period captures the daily life of a Chinese official with incredible ground-level detail. With boastfully candid interviews from Guo and fly-on-the-wall coverage of closed-door dealings, Zhou lays bare the unsavory dynamics within China's top-down power structures. Penetrating in scope yet objective in its approach, The Transition Period reveals the conflicting forces shaping China's path to prosperity.

The Next Hit (2008)

THE NEXT HIT is a mystery suspense thriller about a record company that takes an unorthodox approach to boosting sales, which is to put out a "hit" on their marquee talent's life with hopes of creating a multi-platinum recording legend. The story takes place in Miami and focuses on two main characters, Rodson Gray and his love interest Ann Smith.

Into the Mind (2013)

This is a story of rising to the ultimate challenge. Having the courage to risk fatal expo- sure and the perseverance demanded on the quest for achievement. These are not solely physical feats, they are mental conquests.

Heart of the Country (2013)

Heart of the Country is a 2013 American drama film written and directed by John Ward and starring Jana Kramer and Gerald McRaney. When a wealthy New York socialites’ world is in upheaval, she’ll need to lean on the family and southern roots she left long ago. It is based on a novel by Ward and Rene Gutteridge.

I Heart Doomsday (2011)

An inventor creates an android that looks like his amnesiac wife, causing a love triangle of apocalyptic proportions.

Horror Rock (1989)

"Horror Rock" combines terrifying, heart stopping scenes from the most spine-tingling horror films ever made with some of the hottest classic indie rock music performed by the absolutely wickedest bands! This sizzling collection explodes with searing renditions from such cult classic bands like Del-Lords, Judas Kiss, Hurricane, Over the Edge, Wrath, Children of the Wicked, Pandoras, Run Down Love Battery, Dickies, Booby Trap, Elvis Hitler and Hot Rod to Hell. If you like your music from beyond the edge, "Horror Rock" will deliver devilish pleasure to your ears as highlights from your favorite horror films make your blood run cold! Get ready for the Rock & Roll ride of your life as "Horror Rock" burns a hole in your soul!

Your Words Are Like Swords (2012)

A metaphysical spoken word journey of the world of the Garden Nymph, the Blazing Star Faery, the Inner Eye Spy, the Blue Collar Buddha, God, and the Questioner.

Louis C.K.: Chewed Up (2008)

With his unique perspective, Louis CK regales another audience with this hour-long special. Tackling topics ranging from a diverse array of everyday issues and annoyances, Louis CK once again demonstrates his mastery of self-deprecating humor and curiosity for the world he inhabits.

BeDeadly: Muay Thai (2012)

Filmed on location in Thailand, BeDeadly: Muay Thai is an instructional DVD that will teach you the training exercises and fighting techniques that have made Muay Thai fighters some of the most dangerous in the world.

A Kind of America (2002)

A Kind of America is a Hungarian comedy film from 2002.

One Way Ticket (2010)

The sudden death of her daughter pushes a mother to defy the laws of physics when she tries to travel back in time to prevent a fatal car accident.

Michael McDonald: Model Citizen (2010)

Michael McDonald (MADtv, Austin Powers, Kathy Griffin - My Life on the D-List) returns home to Orange County for his debut stand-up comedy special: MODEL. CITIZEN. In this hilarious, one-hour performance, Michael shares his views on a variety of topics from fame to family and gives the audience a peek at the seemingly normal person behind the whacked out characters he has developed for television (including his famous role as Stuart the baby). Part stand-up comedy, part one man show, this special is for anyone who - like Michael - finds humor in the strange world all around us.

The Gatekeeper (2008)

After an accident involving a touring hockey team and a date gone wrong, a group of youngsters find themselves stranded in the Welsh hills with a weird local and a mysterious American stranger. When attacked by stupefied flesh eating zombies they must pull together or no one will survive the night.

Bitter Feast (2010)

Bitter Feast is an American psychological horror film directed and written by Joe Maggio. It stars James LeGros as a chef pushed over the edge by food critic J.T. Franks' (Joshua Leonard) vicious review. The film also features actors Larry Fessenden, Megan Hilty, and a cameo from real life master chef Mario Batali.

Elmo and Abby's Birthday Fun (2009)

Everyone loves birthdays! Join Elmo and Abby for lots of fun and games as Elmo shows her the many ways birthdays are celebrated. Elmo shows her the many ways birthdays are celebrated. At Fairy Tale birthday parties, everyone gets to make a wish! Elmo wishes for a toy, but when Abby can't remember the spell to get them back to Sesame Street, Elmo realizes his wish would have been better used to help his friend. Will Elmo get back in time for his pet goldfish Dorothy's birthday?

I Married A Monster From Outer Space (1958)

I Married a Monster from Outer Space is a 1958 American black-and-white science fiction film from Paramount Pictures, produced and directed by Gene Fowler Jr. and starring Tom Tryon and Gloria Talbott. The story of I Married a Monster from Outer Space revolves around a young wife realizing her new husband has become strangely transformed shortly after their honeymoon. He has seemingly lost all affection for her and for his pet dogs, even his earlier habits have now completely vanished. Thereafter, she quickly discovers that he is not the only man in town that has changed into a completely different person.

The Cost of Love (2011)

The Cost of Love is a 2010 gay-themed film by Carl Medland, his debut long feature released by Discovery Films UK. It was shot in Greenwich area in London starring Christopher Kelham as Dale. The film shows diverse characters and the price they pay for falling in love. The Cost of Love was an Official Selection for End of Pier International Film Festival in 2010 and the festival's closing number. It was screened in 2010 at the East End Film Festival where it was nominated for "Best UK Debut Feature".

Captured in Chinatown (1935)

Captured in Chinatown is a 1935 American film directed by Elmer Clifton.

Living Things (2014)

This is a comedy movie about a young wife who is about to have dinner with her father-in-law. Her husband has not yet arrived to keep them separated. Leo is a blue collar worker who loves meat and potatoes. His daughter-in-law is a yoga instructor who is committed to a vegan lifestyle. Leo’s son has arranged for his father to meet them as a couple for dinner. Unfortunately, the son is late. This leaves the two of them to converse with only each other. While he tries hard to get along with this young woman that his son loves, but he just cannot seem to ever say the right thing. She takes every statement he makes as an insult.

The Deliverer (2012)

In a world where Human Rights are a memory, a group of refugees forge a plan to find freedom. Fate unites them with a wounded Freedom Fighter and his team.

Mulberry Stains (2012)

A woman's (Tricia Jo Hoffman) life soon spins out of control after she is forced to return to the Texas town she hoped to never see again.

Punk: The Early Years (2003)

This facinating film, shot in 1977 & 78, documents the early days of the punk rock phenomenon. From it's beginnings on London's pub rock circuit to UK chart domination. PUNK the early years' lifts the lid off the origins of the anti-fashion statements of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm MacLaren, the Sex Pistol double whammy record deal farrago and the media bullshitters that hounded these so called dangers to decent society. Packed with live footage from The Adverts, X Ray Spex, The Slits, and Eddie & The Hot Rods. Also featuring extensive interviews with memebers of the bands as well as Siouxsie Sioux, Jordan, Steve Strange, Danny Baker, record company bosses, club owners, fans, and the last ever interview with Marc Bolan. This film gives valuable insight into the truth behind the music that literally changed the fact of pop culture.

I-Fak (2004)

Ai-Fak is a 2004 Thai drama film. It is based on the S.E.A. Write Award-winning novel by Chart Korbjitti, Khamphiphaksa.

Bride of Vengeance (1949)

Bride of Vengeance is a 1949 adventure film set in the Italian Renaissance era, directed by Mitchell Leisen. Mary Grant designed the film's costumes. It stars Paulette Goddard as Lucrezia Borgia, whose brother Cesare Borgia has her second husband Prince Bisceglie killed in order to marry her to Alfonso I d'Este, Duke of Ferrara (John Lund) whose well defended lands lay between the Borgia's Papal States and Venice, which Cesare wants to conquer. The story takes liberties with historical accuracy, as Cesare ensures Lucretia blames Alfonso for the murder and, encouraged by Cesare, she plots deadly revenge against her new husband. When the poison she gives him is counter-acted, and she realizes Cesare really killed her second husband, she returns to help Alfonso defend Ferrara against Cesare's army. Cesare retreats, killing Michellotto who wanted to continue the fight. In the final scene the couple drink to their love.

To Be The Best (1993)

Team kickboxers join with a father (Martin Kove) and son (Michael Worth) against blackmail and a rigged championship in Las Vegas.

Bye Bye Benjamin (2006)

Benjamin Osgood is the sharpest and savviest executive at Coleman Industries... He's also 10 years old.

Bride of the Gorilla (1951)

Bride of the Gorilla is a 1951 horror B-movie film directed by Curt Siodmak and starring Raymond Burr, Lon Chaney Jr., Barbara Payton and Tom Conway.

2014 Fly Fishing Film Tour (2014)

Compilation of the best Short Films on Fly fishing in 2014. All Aspect of Fly Fishing are covered from Alaska Salmon to Florida Tarpon.

Marcus (2014)

Interviews and performance footage illustrate filmmaker Patrick Savey's profile of legendary bass player Marcus Miller.

Justin Timberlake: Suited Up (2014)

He is one of the most successful recording artists of the 21st century. From the Mickey Mouse Club to NSYNC, Justin Timberlake is a truly remarkable iconic superstar….This is the story of Justin Timberlake.

Planet Ibsen (2005)

Planet Ibsen is about a tormented playwright who is forced to revisit his past while being trapped inside his archrival's most famous play. Winner of the Independent Feature Project Sunlight Production Award. Premiere Santa Barbara International Film Festival.

The Witness from the Balcony of Room 306 (2009)

The Witness: From the Balcony of Room 306 is a 2008 documentary short film created to honor the 40th annual remembrance of the life and death of Martin Luther King Jr.. Directed by Adam Pertofsky, the film received a 2008 Oscar nomination in the "Best Documentary Short Subject" Category at the 81st Academy Awards.

America's Alien Invasion: The Lost UFO Encounters (2012)

Most Americans have no idea that the White House was swarmed by UFOs not once but TWICE, once in 1952 and again in 1963. The government knows that UFOs are here. Explore this phenomenon that is destined to impact our very being because WE ARE NOT ALONE. Most Americans do not know the White House was swarmed by UFOs in 1952 and again in 1963. The government knows that UFOs are here. Explore this phenomenon that is destined to impact our very being because WE ARE NOT ALONE.

Billy Graham: God's Ambassador (2006)

Graham (1918-present) was raised in a branch of the Presbyterian Christian Church, and was anti-evangelistic in his early years, but after attending an evangelist revival meeting led by Mordecai Ham, he became a believer in the Gospel, and later, America's most famous Evangelist. He stressed a personal, positive relationship with God, or more specifically, with Jesus, using the Bible as his only authority. He said that he wanted to transcend all class and ethnic divisions. This universal message, delivered with Graham's charismatic preaching power, made him one of the most admired men of the 20th century. His great influence extended to all the Presidents of his time.

I'm Not Nuts: Living with Food Allergies (2009)

In recent years the word "allergy" has become a catch-all phrase. The term "food allergy" is misinterpreted as anything from a stomach ache to a rash, most often confused with a food intolerance. What many people do not understand is that food allergies are serious and can be life-threatening, just as an allergy to bee stings can be fatal. Through the experience of several families consisting of both children and adults with food allergies, this program clarifies the misinformation people commonly have about food allergies. Most importantly, it illustrates that food allergies are something a person can live with. Several medical professionals such as Dr. Scott Sicherer of the Jaffe Food Allergy Institute and doctors Harvey Leo and Ben Song of the Allergy & Immunology Associates of Ann Arbor discuss the possible causes of food allergies and its impact on the parents, the allergic child, and siblings. Other topics include the daily routine of an allergic individual; the time and energy that goes into preparing to eat out, going to the park, visiting family and friends, and addressing the lack of understanding and education of people who are unaware of the danger of this condition. Supports groups include founder Melissa Dalton, of COFAF (Circle of Food Allergic Families) and Terry Furlong, co-founder of FAAN (Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network), the largest advocacy organization for food allergies in the world. The various coping challenges and strategies--medical, emotional and social-are addressed as are the positive insights people have gained from learning to effectively live with food allergies on a daily basis.

Mind the Addiction (2001)

MTA is a unique look at the lives of twelve athletes. Spend the year traveling with Micah Black, Jeremy Jones, Jeremy Nobis, Jon Olson, Candide Thovex, Johan Olofsson and Kent Kreitler to name a few. You will see what it takes to be them. Every rider will sport the head cam and take you inside their mind, on the mountain, and into the addiction that is riding. Cliff Hucks, Deep Powder, Jibbing, Big Mountains, BASE Jumping, Skiing and Snowboarding. The most complex array of footage this season.

The Greatest Fight (2015)

He's a legend of the UFC. He was a superstar in the WWF. But for Ken Shamrock, the end of one of the greatest fighting careers is close.

Sandy Burke of the U-Bar-U (1919)

Sandy Burke of the U-Bar-U is a 1919 American silent Western film directed by Ira M. Lowry and starring Louis Bennison, Virginia Lee, Alphonse Ethier, H.H. Pattee, Echlin Gayer, and Lucy Beaumont. The film was released by Goldwyn Pictures on February 23, 1919.