678 (2010)

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

Tripoli (1950)

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

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

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

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

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

Josh (2013)

A woman has a nice life as a teacher, but her world is turned upside down when her nanny disappears. Her friends don't think that she should pursue the disappearance as it could involve higher powers in the country, but she wants to find the person who takes care of her family no matter what the costs.

5 Seconds of Summer (2014)

Trace the meteoric rise of 5SOS from their humble beginnings in a Sydney suburb to worldwide fame in this unauthorized, very first and in-depth biography, featuring electrifying archive footage and intimate interviews with the boys.

MP2V (2012)

Two sociopaths travel through small-town America on a road trip of terror, filming their heinous acts as a psychotic diary.

Richter: The Enigma (1998)

Richter, The Enigma is a 1998 French documentary. The film tells the life story of the famed Russian pianist. It consists of interviews that were conducted shortly before his death in 1997 and archival footage of his performances. The musician manages to tell his own story and memories in what are more of a conversation than an interview with the film maker.

Splatter Rampage Wrestling (2003)

Barbed wire. Thumbtacks. Cheese graters! For the WRC wrestling federation, it's just another day at the office. Join Sam the Dirty Bum as he presents the greatest feuds between these backyard warriors in SPLATTER RAMPAGE WRESTLING!! Watch in horror as they do everything from dive off rooftops through tables, to setting each other on fire! The Masked Mauler...Skulls...Puppy Lover...all these wrestlers have one goal in mind, to be crowned champion of the WRC! It's violent, it's extreme, and it's insanely hysterical!

Unman, Wittering and Zigo (1971)

John Ebony (David Hemmings) is a former advertising executive who dreams of a nobler vocation: teaching. When assigned to work at a dodgy public school, he's initially eager to educate its troubled students -- until they inform him they murdered his predecessor. Fearful for his life, Ebony agrees to keep their crime secret. Once he discovers that the principal (Douglas Wilmer) plans to fire him at year's end, however, Ebony decides it is time to rewrite the terms of his extortion.

The Bad News Bears In Breaking Training (1977)

In this sequel, the Bears are invited to Houston to play against the Texas Little League champs in the famous Astrodome. However, one of their best players has a broken leg and cannot play. Also, the team's last manager has quit, and they have no replacement. While they are on the road, driver and outfielder Kelly Leak (Jackie Earle Haley) seeks out his divorced father, Mike (William Devane), who lives in Texas, to see if he will agree to become the team's new manager.

The Black 6 (1973)

Righteous biker Bubba (Gene Washington) and his five war buddies go south to avenge his slain brother.

Chicken Ranch (1983)

Filmmakers Nick Broomfield and Sandi Sissel follow prostitutes and their customers in a Nevada brothel.

Curve (2015)

A young woman becomes trapped in her wrecked car after a hitchhiker causes an accident.

Camp (2013)

Ken (Michael Mattera) tries to help Eli (Miles Elliot), an abused 10-year-old boy, understand the meaning of unconditional love.

The Cross and the Switchblade (1970)

The Rev. David Wilkerson (Pat Boone) works with a juvenile delinquent (Erik Estrada) and his gang in a New York slum.

The Crazies (1973)

A nurse (Lane Carroll) and her husband (W.G. McMillan) try to get out of their infected town, but the Army has it sealed off.

Courage of Lassie (1946)

Teen Kathie Eleanor Merrick (Elizabeth Taylor) finds a dog in the woods, takes him home and dubs him "Bill." But after Bill is injured and goes missing, the dog is shipped from hospital to military training center to Europe, where he aids the Americans during World War II. He and Kathie meet again, but Bill, hardened by the war, is quick to turn on strangers. Hoping to keep him out of trouble, Kathie gets help from volunteer lawyer Harry MacBain (Frank Morgan).

The Code (2002)

After spending four years in prison, a man (Samuel Le Bihan) faces pressure from his old cronies to rejoin the gangster lifestyle.

Champion (2002)

After growing up poor and disenfranchised in the countryside, Kim Deuk-gu (Oh-seong Yu) decides to take a chance at becoming a successful boxer. He moves to Seoul, South Korea, trains relentlessly and even ingests an unusual diet that includes ginseng to maximize his potential. During his ascent to the top of the boxing ranks, Kim, who also becomes a populist hero, enters into a relationship with lovely Lee Kyeong-mi (Chae Min-seo). However, their differing personalities create some problems.

War of the Planets (1977)

Space probers (John Richardson, Yanti Somer, West Buchanan) seek to destroy a sinister usurper of human minds on Earth.

Who Saw Her Die? (1972)

A sculptor's daughter is murdered by a serial killer who targets people who know too much about him.

Psycho-Circus (1966)

In the wake of a daring armored car heist that ends with the murder of a security guard, police detective Jim Elliott (Leo Genn) follows a trail of clues to the traveling Barberini Circus, which has just passed through London. Though Elliot suspects a conspiracy under the big top, he discovers strained relations between lion tamer Gregor (Christopher Lee) and his associates. Elliot struggles to find his man -- and recover the stolen cash -- in a maze of blackmail and deceit.

Forget Me Not (2009)

Sandy's (Carly Schroeder) friends start disappearing after they awaken the spirit of a dead girl, and it is up to her to unlock a dark secret before her sanity completely erodes.

Firaaq (2009)

People's stories play out during the 2002 Gujarat riots.

Father And Scout (1994)

Games requiring teamwork unite a father (Bob Saget) and son (Brian Bonsall) on a dads-and-lads camping trip.

Fifty/Fifty (1993)

Two soldiers of fortune (Peter Weller, Robert Hays) set out on a mission to depose a Far East military leader, but they are double-crossed.

Fire In The Dark (1991)

An independent widow (Olympia Dukakis) and her daughter (Lindsay Wagner) and family are forced by her condition to face her old age.

A Feast At Midnight (1995)

Boys at a British boarding school cook up a scandal by rejecting their health-conscious headmaster's unappetizing fare.

Exiled (2006)

Two hit men from Hong Kong go to Macau to kill a renegade member of their gang, who is trying to live within the law with his wife and new baby. They run into a problem completing their job when two fadversaries show up to stop them by any means at their disposal.

Full Contact (1992)

Jeff (Chow Yun-Fat), who works as a nightclub bouncer in Bangkok, saves his friend Sam (Wong Chow-Sang) from a beating by the local loan shark. The two team up with Sam's cousin Judge (Simon Yam) to rob an arms shipment, but the loan shark that Jeff ticked off persuades Judge to turn against him.

Final Justice (1985)

A Texas deputy sheriff (Joe Don Baker) escorts a killer (Venantino Venantini) to Italy but only gets to Malta, where the killer escapes.

Fast Company (1979)

After his sponsor replaces him with his archrival, a race-car driver decides to steal the car and race it himself.

Gloria (1980)

A gangster's tough ex-girlfriend (Gena Rowlands) protects an orphaned Puerto Rican boy (John Adames) the mob wants dead.

Ghoulies II (1987)

Pint-sized monsters known as ghoulies hop aboard a traveling carnival, where their violent behavior and grotesque looks are most likely to go unnoticed. There, the gremlin-like creatures find a new home in a haunted house attraction. As the creatures earn their keep by scaring visitors, the carnival finds itself running in the black for the first time in years. But things quickly turn sour when, to the shock of carny Uncle Ned (Royal Dano), the ghoulies start taking bites out of the customers.

Guru, the Mad Monk (1970)

A prison colony chaplain exploits his position to gain power through murder and grave robbing.

The Galaxy Invader (1985)

Backwoods dwellers armed with guns hunt a crash-landed alien armed with a laser.

A Girl And A Gun (2013)

Female gun enthusiasts share their stories about how gun ownership has changed their lives and enabled them to feel empowered.

Gangs Of The Dead (2007)

Gangs of the Dead is an action horror film that was released in 2006. The film starts with a sudden meteor strike causing a group of homeless persons becoming zombies. This results in the zombies attacking two rival gangs in a remote warehouse location right as they are being taken down by a police raid. The cops and gang members have to suddenly deal with the strange assault of zombies while still fighting each other. Gangs of the Dead was directed by Duane Stinnett, and was written by Duane Stinnett, Krissann Shipley, and David Todd Ocvirk. The film was released under the title Last Rites.

Gun Hill Road (2011)

After a three-year stint in prison, an ex-con returns home and tries to put his family back together, but his son's sexual transformation puts their fragile bonds to the test.

Guinevere (1994)

The medieval princess (Sheryl Lee) forsakes her love for Lancelot (Noah Wyle) to marry King Arthur (Sean Patrick Flanery) of Camelot.

Silk (2006)

Aiming to harness the energy found in some supernatural spirits, scientist Hashimoto (Yosuke Eguchi) and colleagues catch the ghost of a young boy. Hashimoto plans to use the energy to fuel an anti-gravity device he's invented. But, in order to tap into the ghost's essence, he must understand the silent words coming from its mouth. The scientists call in police officer Tung (Chen Chang), who can read lips, but, as they learn that the boy was murdered, the experiment goes in a scary direction.

Ground Zero (1987)

Harvey Denton (Colin Friels) learns that his cameraman father's death may not have been an accident and might be related to some top-secret film footage he shot three decades earlier. An eccentric hermit named Prosper Gaffney (Donald Pleasence) provides further clues and implies there's a connection with British nuclear tests. Denton travels into the Australian desert, where he discovers a government plot involving the exploitation of hundreds of Aborigines.

Gold (1974)

Financiers use the foreman (Roger Moore) of a South African gold mine in their plot to jack the price of gold.

Girl in Gold Boots (1968)

A draft dodger (Jody Daniels) works as a janitor in Hollywood while his girlfriend (Leslie McCrae) goes into go-go dancing.

Truth (2013)

Caleb (Sean Paul Lockhart) meets and falls for Jeremy (Rob Moretti) over the Internet, and the line between love and lies quickly blurs.

Urban Nightmare (2003)

The VOODOO DOGS terrorize the hood, performing weird rituals and slaughtering their victims. A COP returns from the dead, taking horrific revenge!

Vincent Price: The Sinister Image (1987)

Vincent Price is one of the most beloved stars Hollywood ever saw. His extraordinary career spanned over five decades, and covered every media: film, television, radio, theater. Although best known as a horror movie star, Price's own immeasurable charm and warmth was always reassuring, always compelling. The centerpiece of this program is a 62 minute interview of Vincent Price conducted in 1987 by film historian David Del Valle. Also included are two complete TV programs highlighting Vincent Price's television career--"Half Hour to Kill: Freedom to Get Lost" (1958, 30 min.) and "Shindig!: The Wild Weird World of Dr. Goldfoot" (1965, 30 min.). "Three Skeleton Key" (1958, 30 min.), a radio drama from the series "Escape," rounds out the collection--truly a Vincent Price fan's dream!

Wal-Bob's (2014)

Anferny ruins his chances of playing college football by failing his SAT, then joins an underground football league to win the heart of Jada.

The Wheels on the Bus Video: Mango's Big Dog Parade (2007)

After Woof plays around and misses his ride to The Big Dog Parade, Mango and his friends learn about taking turns and getting along as they visit the mechanic's garage and journey through an Enchanted Forest to find the Parade.

When Eight Bells Toll (1971)

An English secret agent (Anthony Hopkins) links hijackings of gold bullion to a Greek tycoon and an underwater cave.

While You Weren't Looking (2015)

The lives and relationships of gays and lesbians in South Africa.

Whispers Behind the Wall (2013)

Voyeurism takes a sinister turn when Martin, who has been listening in to his neighbor Simone's life, finds himself seduced into her dark and strange world.

White Wolf (1990)

An intimate look at the elusive and remote arctic wolves.

Writer of O (2005)

This docudrama portrays Frenchwoman Dominique Aury (Catherine Mouchet), editor for a prestigious publisher, who during the '50s carries on an affair with her married employer, a well-known writer. The relationship leads to her penning "The Story of O," the controversial novel about a woman, O (Penelope Puymirat), who undergoes sexual training that some would deem slavery and others would call freedom. Aury writes the book under a pseudonym, and a series of interviews comment on its legacy.

True Giants (2014)

WWE presents True Giants, an in-depth look at sports entertainment's most successful gargantuan Superstars from Big Show and Mark Henry to titans like Andre the Giant, Kevin Nash and more!

Youthful Edge (2015)

Youthful Edge features some of the biggest names is amateur motocross aging from 4+ These kids are already inking up contracts, As pressure and stress build the most important thing to remember is to have fun. This is the future of our sport!

Assassination (1987)

A Secret Service agent (Charles Bronson) and the president's wife (Jill Ireland) flee from a senator's (Michael Ansara) hit man.

Angel-A (2005)

Contemplating suicide to escape his many debts, a man (Jamel Debbouze) named Andre saves a beautiful blonde (Rie Rasmussen) from killing herself in the Seine. The rescued woman, Angela, is grateful to him later, and she pledges to stay with him and help him solve his problems.

Angel (1984)

She's an honor student (Donna Wilkes) by day and a Hollywood hooker by night, and with a killer on the loose.

Airborne (1998)

A team of covert operatives meets with danger from within as they set out to retrieve a stolen microbe.

All For Liberty (2009)

In 1776, massive taxation and unpunished crimes against his neighbors push a well-respected South Carolina farmer (Clarence Felder) to rebel against the British.

Appetite (1998)

A group of strangers staying in a hotel play cards to see who stays in a haunted room and learn too much about one another. As their lives intermingle the only escape is murder.

Afterwards (2008)

A doctor tells Nathan he senses that the man is about to die.

Alien Abduction (2005)

A young woman (Megan Lee Ethridge) and her friends find themselves in a government asylum after being abducted by extraterrestrials.

Aberration (1997)

Animal biologist Marshall Clark (Simon Bossell) can't explain a rash of local wildlife deaths -- until he meets Amy (Pamela Gidley), who has just moved back to her supposed childhood home in the woods. Her house is infested by what she thinks are rats, but they are really bizarre lizards that have mutated into violent creatures that refuse to die. Things get complicated when Amy's ex-boyfriend, Uri (Valery Nikolaev), shows up uninvited, harboring a secret about who Amy really is.

Bella (2006)

After Nina (Tammy Blanchard) is fired from her waitressing job for being late, she leans on the restaurant's chef, Jose (Eduardo Verastegui), for support. Though they don't know each other very well, Nina confides in Jose that she is pregnant and considering an abortion. Understanding that Nina is going through a tough time, Jose invites her to his home. They spend the day together and tell each other their most painful secrets, and what Nina learns about Jose changes her life forever.

Bears (2014)

Filmmakers Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey chronicle a year in the lives of an Alaskan brown bear named Sky and her cubs, Scout and Amber. Their saga begins as the bears emerge from hibernation at the end of winter. As time passes, the bear family must work together to find food and stay safe from other predators, especially other bears. Although their world is exciting, it is also risky, and the cubs' survival hinges on family togetherness.

Black Sunday (1960)

Burned at the stake, a vampire witch princess (Barbara Steele) wakes up centuries later with her undead henchman.

Before We Say Goodbye (2010)

A Mexican-American woman (Juanita Sena-Shannon) worries about how she and her family will cope if her ailing husband (F.X. Gurrola-Gal) dies.

Bill Hicks: Relentless (1992)

Bill Hicks tells us how he feels about non-smokers, blow-jobs, religion, war and peace, drugs and music.

Best Friends (1975)

Two buddies (Richard Hatch, Doug Chapin) fight hidden feelings on a trip through the West with their girlfriends.

BitterSweet (1999)

A wrongly imprisoned woman (Angie Everhart) enlists the help of a cop (James Russo) in exacting revenge against her boyfriend and the head of a crime ring (Eric Roberts).

Barricade (2012)

While a winter storm rages outside, a man (Eric McCormack) and his children confront a sinister presence inside their remote cabin.

Bootmen (2000)

Cocky, rebellious and ambitious, Sean Okden, is determined to follow his passion to become a ground-breaking tap dancer, and not resign himself to a life toiling in the local steel mill like most of the men in his hometown. Despite Sean's astonishing talent, his no-holds-barred attitude has a cost. First, he incites the wrath of his widowed father -- who along with almost everyone in town, mocks his dreams. Then, he clashes over the affections of the beautiful Linda with his brother Mitchell.

The Gamers: Dorkness Rising (2008)

When fantasy gamers cannot get theirs characters in gear, their dungeon master brings out a heavy weapon -- a female role.

The Hunting of the Snark (2015)

Strange individuals embark on a quest to capture a beast known as the Snark.

The Kid Sister (1945)

A girl (Judy Clark) crashes a party for her big sister's (Constance Worth) fiance (Roger Pryor) and runs into a burglar.

The Killers: Live From The Royal Albert Hall (2009)

In July, 2009, the Killers set out to create a gift for their fans...a spectacular concert experience, at a uniquely majestic venue, featuring their greatest songs - filmed with pristine production values, for the bands first ever official live concert release

The Kirlian Witness (1979)

Laurie believes that it's possible to communicate with plants via telepathy and devotes all her time and love to them. Her plants do warn her of her sister Rilla's new boyfriend Robert. When Laurie's found dead on the street under her balcony one morning, Rilla doubts that it was an accident. Only a plant was witness that night, so she tries to find a way to learn the truth from it.

The Masonic Map (2008)

The lives of college students changes when they recover one of the most controversial relics of all time, a Masonic map brought to America by the Freemasons in 1502 that hundred of people have died for.

The Mime (2015)

A man with a scarred face and dead eyes begins terrorizing and slaying anyone who gets in his way in a small Ohio town.

The Pact (1995)

Kate and Greg made a pact: if they were both single when they turned 35, they'd get married. That day has come.

The Path: Afterlife (2009)

Life is a journey; we are born, our lives are lived, then we die. No one can live forever – or can they? The Path: Afterlife asks two basic fundamental questions: What happens when we die? What is the purpose of life? The filmmakers interviewed 12 individuals in the United States who are well-versed, knowledgeable and currently practicing, studying or are experts in the field of holistic studies, out-of-body experiences, Reiki, past-life regression, physics and integrative medicine. The participants look at different theories as to what happens to people when they die, sharing their own personal encounters with death and near-death experiences and describing how these experiences shaped their lives and inspired them to dedicate their work to the study of consciousness.

The Possession of David O'Reilly (2010)

David (Giles Anderson) has just found out his beloved is cheating on him and to make matters worse, demonic creatures are stalking him in his house.

The Rhythm of My Soul: Kentucky Roots Music (2006)

The Rhythm of My Soul is a performance documentary that tells the story of country, gospel, mountain and bluegrass - Kentucky roots music.

The Sandman and the Lost Sand of Dreams (2015)

Habumar, a deviant master of nightmares, has stolen the Sand of Dreams. The Sandman sends out his sheep sidekick, Nepomuk, to find a hero who can return the Sand of Dreams and save Dreamworld.

The Street Stops Here (2010)

Intimate and inspiring, The Street Stops Here is a portrait of the nation's best high school basketball coach, Bob Hurley, Sr. and his career-long struggle to inspire and motivate those around him in order to keep the doors of a poor, inner-city Catholic school open.

The Toy Shop (1928)

Locked in a deserted old English toy shop, Katherine and her stuffy cousin Matthew meet some very special friends, toys who are alive!

This Is Gonna Be Awesome (2015)

Caleb Mackenzie, a 14-year-old aspiring filmmaker, works hard to overcome obstacles and make his dreams come true.

Timbuktu (2014)

A Malian cattleman (Ibrahim Ahmed) and his family face the wrath of Islamic fundamentalists after a tragic accident.

Today I Hang (1942)

A woman (Mona Barrie) and her friends try to save an innocent man (Walter Woolf King) condemned for murder.

Torn (2013)

Two families, bonding after their sons are killed in an explosion, learn that one of them is the prime suspect in the attack.

Hidden Fear (1957)

A U.S. lawman (John Payne) busts Copenhagen counterfeiters to help his sister, falsely accused of murder.

History of Christian Worship: Part 1, The Word (2010)

Part 1, The Word explores how the written and spoken word consisting of scriptures, sermons and creeds have remembered and celebrated God's story throughout centuries of Christianity.

Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go (2008)

This British documentary goes inside Mulberry Bush School, which is home to some 40 children with various types of behavioral disorders. For these kids, many of whom have suffered emotional trauma and all of whom have been dropped from the public school system, Mulberry Bush is a last option. Following five students over the course of a year, the film explores how the patience and determination of a small group of instructors can transform even the most damaged child.

Holla If I Kill You (2003)

Hot thriller slasher movie with a splash of comedy and mystery.Featuring Def Jam and Comedy Central stars. The movie that will make you think twice about becoming a stand up comedian.

Holland Road (2015)

A serial killer cruises the roads of western New York.

Homecoming (2012)

Some college friends reunite 20 years after graduating. Their jovial reunion breaks down as they discuss a recently deceased friend and as long-hidden secrets, emotions and regrets resurface.

Hopeful Notes (2010)

An Italian engineer (Walter Nudo) volunteers to play music for young cancer patients at a Russian hospital.