Ex-Girlfriends (2012)

Ex-Girlfriends is a 2012 American romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Alexander Poe and starring Poe, Jennifer Carpenter and Kristen Connolly. It is Poe's directorial debut.

The Saturday Night Ride (2010)

When an ex-pro snowboarder is released from prison for a crime he didn't commit, he returns to a world where snowboarding has become something far beyond his wildest dreams. A crazy fusion between pro wrestling and snowboarding has taken over.

Riddle (2013)

College student Holly Teller is drawn to the mysterious small town of Riddle, Pennsylvania in search of her missing brother. Against the will of the local Sheriff, she begins to unravel a mystery connected to an abandoned psychiatric hospital on the edge of town, uncovering a terrifying past the town in determined to keep hidden.

Chihuly at the V&A (2002)

In a devastating car accident in 1976, a young artist loses the use of one eye. In the years that follow, Dale Chihuly's talent for leading a team flourishes as he orchestrates glassblowing of a complexity previously unthinkable. His 2001 retrospective exhibition at the venerable Victoria and Albert Museum marks his triumphant return to London after years of study and development. Set in 2001 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, this film follows Dale Chihuly as he fulfills his lifelong dream of exhibiting at the V&A and sets up this stunning show. The exhibition begins inside the rotunda with an extraordinary Chandelier commissioned by the V&A. Moving into the Medieval Treasury, an exuberant Persian Pergola is displayed alongside a fascinating and educational survey of Chihuly's glass series and drawings. Finally, venturing outside into the Pirelli Garden, large, site-specific installations fill the grounds with vivacious colors.

Queen: Under Review 1946-1991 - The Freddie Mercury Story (2007)

In the 1980s Queen became the confident, mature yet still challenging band they'd always threatened to be. Unlike many groups who'd broken through in the early 1970s, Queen were unaffected by the onslaught of punk; they were neither old wave nor new wave, they were just Queen. Queen - Under Review 1980 -1991 features live and studio performances by the group, rare interviews and a host of other features all interspersed with the independent review and criticism from a panel of esteemed experts. These include; broadcaster, journalist and long term friend of Freddie Mercury, Paul Gambaccini; music author and Classic Rock Magazine journalist, Malcolm Dome and many others.

Never Enough (2014)

They say everyone collects something. At what point does owning a few things become a collection? At what point does a collection spill over into hoarding? Never Enough sets out to understand the mindset and addictive nature of extreme collecting. Director and obsessive record collector Doug Brown, explores collecting from a collector's perspective, peeking into the hearts of people's desire to find that one elusive item. Is this a product of consumerism or the trait of hunting and collecting carried on from man's earliest time? Brown explores the genesis, growth and ultimate end of what it's like to live for the next find. Whether it's Legos, Cadillacs, or My Little Ponies, the competition to have the most is a common and complex pursuit.

The Black Kung Fu Experience (2012)

The year is 1973, and one of the most groundbreaking motion pictures in the history of Hollywood, is released. Enter The Dragon, starring Bruce Lee, is responsible for single-handedly exposing people to the exciting world of martial arts, specifically kung-fu. As soon as the movie was released, Americans were lining up in large numbers to sign up for kung-fu classes. This film portrays the rise in prominence of several African-American men who decided to take on the martial art, and be able to expose it to the black masses, rather than keeping it strictly to the white and Asian demographics.

Coney Island: Dreams for Sale (2013)

Business owners and amusement activists spend three years protecting the future of the park from developers and local politicians.

Voodoo Possession (2014)

Aiden travels to a Haitian insane asylum to find his brother and discovers all the inmates and staff are possessed by a bloodthirsty voodoo spirit.

Guantanamero (2007)

A former detainee (Rupert Evans) at Guantanamo Bay has disturbing visions while staying at a dancer's (Natalia Verbeke) home.

Lessons for an Assassin (2003)

Gavin Matthews finds himself an unwilling recruit, whose identity and past has been erased by "The Corporation," a secret underground organization that acts as a rogue "Justice Department," righting the wrongs the courts cannot.

The Animal Train (1998)

A little boy sets off on a round-the-world night train to dreamland with only his toy dog for company. But soon all sorts of endangered animals are asking if they can jump up and join them on their journey.

Torchlighters: The Corrie Ten Boom Story (2013)

When Nazi forces invaded Holland in 1940 and began rounding up Jews, Corrie ten Boom, her sister Betsie, and their elderly father risked their lives to save as many as possible. Corrie ten Boom: a Faith Undefeated recounts this unforgettable story for a new generation.

One: The Movie (2005)

ONE: The Movie is an independent documentary that surveys beliefs on the meaning of life, matching with the view that "we are all one". The movie was created and directed by Michigan filmmakers Carter Scott, Ward M. Powers and Diane Powers, and featured interviews with Deepak Chopra, Robert Thurman, Thich Nhat Hanh, Jaggi Vasudev, and others.

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.

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.

John Legend: Live from Philadelphia (2008)

Live from Philadelphia further cements John Legend's reputation as a great live performer. The album features 19 soulful performances including tracks from Legend’s first two albums and a duet with Corinne Bailey Rae on "Where Is The Love.”

Opelo za Bobija Fisera (2010)

The fascinating story of the greatest chess player in history, Bobby Fischer was an American chess prodigy, considered by many to be the greatest player of all time.

Shored Up (2013)

Shored Up is a 2013 documentary film, produced and directed by Ben Kalina. The film premiered at 2013 Montclair Film Festival on May 5, 2013. The Film broadcast on DirecTV on October 23, 2013. It had a theatrical release in United States on November 29, 2013. It won the Hilton Worldwide LightStay Sustainability Award (including $25,000 grant) at 2014 Sundance Film Festival. The film was banned from screening at North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.

Collapse (2015)

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.

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.

Beyond: Messages from 9/11 (2011)

Bonnie McEneaney's husband Eamon died the morning of 9/11, in his 105th floor Twin Towers office. But even after death, Eamon has never stopped sending Bonnie messages of his love from the beyond. Soon after her loss, Bonnie realized she wasn't alone in her experiences of receiving signs and messages from lost loved ones.

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.

E-A-G-L-E-S: The Movie (2005)

E-A-G-L-E-S. The loudest, most passionate rallying cry amongst all NFL teams. A chant that evokes the deepest emotions and stirs memories as it magically transforms fans. Screamed from stands, living rooms, bars and tailgate parties, it is clear that the Eagles and their fans "go together like Cheese and Steak, baby!" And finally, their cry has been answered with the team's first NFC Championship in 24 years! Now, Eagles fans get their due - a film about them and their team. A film that is a unique blend of behind-the-scenes access with players and the front office, and a season's chronicle through the eyes and experiences of the faithful. Journey with a collection of the team's diehard fans as they experience one of the greatest seasons in Eagles history; one that saw records set, ghosts exorcised, and Dallas humbled! Their excitement is contagious. You'll catch yourself cheering and feeling their joy at making the playoffs. And you'll see how this team brought respect to a city through a trip to the Super Bowl.

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.

Dance with Destiny (2010)

SOMETHING IN THIS FILM IS TRUE This is a documentary that revives humanity's ancient spiritual past through interviews with Native American spiritualists, secular prophets, environmentalists, healers and leaders in the global sustainability movement. Through a collage of interviews, music, imagery and reporting, Director Bruce Weaver shows that only a spiritual and mythic revival can correct humanity's course. From stories by Sequoyah Trueblood, a former Green Beret and Choctaw medicine man, to the eco-visionary insights of environmentalist Dr. John Todd, Dance with Destiny will challenge the world to rethink, regroup and revive the ancient spiritual paths modernity has lost to its peril. It is, at heart, a call to end mechanized ways of existence by waking to the buried callings of our ancient soul song. The time is now. Humanity is barreling past the point of no return. Fueled by hope but awake to our catastrophic path, this film explores in a penetrating and, at times, disturbing way the fate of the planet and the potential of the individual to shift the collective course - if changes are made. Some viewers may close heart and mind to the revelations in this film. Others will walk anew with increased hope, less threatened and fearful, more deeply inspired to build a sustainable future for posterity.There is an undeniable disconnect between humanity and the earth rooted in the notion that we are separate. It is causing a longing to revive humanity as spiritual, connected beings, not religious ones. This longing is evidenced in part by the New Age movement and the success of books like The Celestine Prophecy, a book which sold 10 million copies worldwide, The Da Vinci Code, one of the best selling novels of all time, and the recent film "What the Bleep Do We Know?"Dance with Destiny asserts not a New Age philosophy or science, but rather an old-age return to sanity, common sense, and wisdom that has been buried deep in the collective human ps

I Can't Marry You (2004)

The "I Can't Marry You" documentary; narrated by Betty DeGeneres and featuring Zach Wahls; author of "My Two Moms;" explores same-sex marriage issues through the personal experiences of twenty gay and lesbian couples who have been in long-term relationships of 10-55+ years.

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.

Nightfall: Second World III (2013)

Cadence Simon (Perinda Lowe), Conner Chase (Brendan O'Donnell) and Charles 'Ruckus' Sisper (Altorro Prince Black) journey to the location of a secret cult compound in search of two of their own. When they come under attack from an unknown force, they fortify and barricade themselves in a strategic position with an experimental all female squad capable of conducting operations in the spiritual realm. A mix of demons, bullets and non-stop plot twists come together in this supernatural action thriller. Who will survive to see the sun rise?

The Seminarian (2010)

A gay student at a seminary struggles with a relationship and questions what he knows about God.

Wallenda (2013)

High-wire walker Karl Wallenda (Marlon Wrede) gets his first circus job in 1920s Germany.

Evidence of a Haunting (2010)

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

OxyContin Blues (2011)

Inspired by the death of Heath Ledger, OxyContin Blues is a raw, unflinching look inside an actor's struggle with prescription pill addiction. A producer kidnaps a drug addicted movie star, and takes him to a remote seaside cabin.

Serial Killer Culture (2014)

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

The Comedy Of Terrors (1963)

The Comedy of Terrors (1963) is an American International Pictures horror comedy film directed by Jacques Tourneur and starring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff, and (in a cameo) Joe E. Brown in his final film appearance. The film also features Orangey the cat, billed as "Rhubarb the Cat". It is a blend of comedy and horror which features several cast members from Tales of Terror, made by AIP the year before.

Cut Poison Burn (2010)

A 4-year-old boy's family battles the FDA for the right to use a new treatment.

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.

Where I Am (2013)

Gay American writer Robert Drake returns to Sligo, Ireland, where he was attacked by two men 12 years earlier, leaving him brain damaged and unable to walk.

Salute To The Marines (1943)

Salute to the Marines is a 1943 World War II propaganda war film drama in Technicolor from MGM, produced by John W. Considine, Jr., directed by S. Sylvan Simon, that stars Wallace Beery. The film co-stars Fay Bainter, Reginald Owen, Ray Collins, Keye Luke, and Marilyn Maxwell. Beery's older brother Noah Beery, Sr. also appears in the film, which is set in the Philippines just prior to the beginning of the Pacific War.

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.

Keep The Lights On (2012)

Keep the Lights On chronicles an emotionally and sexually charged journey of two men in New York City through love, friendship, and addiction. Documentary filmmaker Erik (Thure Lindhardt) and closeted lawyer Paul (Zachary Booth, Damages) meet through a casual encounter, but soon find a deeper connection and become a couple. Individually and together, they are risk takers—compulsive, and fueled by drugs and sex. In an almost decade-long relationship defined by highs, lows, and dysfunctional patterns, Erik struggles to negotiate his own boundaries and dignity while being true to himself. Director Ira Sachs’s fearlessly personal screenplay is anchored by Lindhardt, who embodies Erik’s isolation and vulnerability with a gentle presence. Harrowing and romantic, visceral and layered, Keep the Lights On is a film that looks at love and all of its manifestations, taking it to dark depths and bringing it back to a place of grace.

2005 Glitter Awards (2005)

The Glitter Awards honor the releases of gay themed theatrical motion pictures with a special award presentation ceremony and a gala in Hollywood each year, This film invites you to join a star studded 2005 glitter event that included hosts Ryan Green of Queer as Folk, comedian Vicki Wagner and actors Ash Newman, Miles Swain and Vincent De Paul for a full night of glamour and fame, shocks and surprises. It's a night visit into the heart of Hollywood's gay entertainment industry.

Alien Paranormal: Bigfoot, UFOs and the Men in Black (2013)

Are Bigfoot creatures traveling to earth in UFO's, and being covered-up by Men in Black? Experience terrifying, real events as documented by top authorities, including: Aliens attacking a house; Alien Abductions to create a hybrid race; vortexes and more!

Rise of the Chupacabras (2003)

In the murky twilight of a southern Arizona town, lurks the legend of a creature the locals call El Chupacabras, the "goat sucker". More frightening than it's tendency to prey on goats, draining them of their blood, however, is its new found interest in humans. As a modern day gold prospector seeks to find what he believes to be a lost gold mine, the old man who became a hero to the townsfolk years before when he hunted down what they thought was a vampire, knows the mine is actually the lair of a blood sucking monster, either vampire, or perhaps, a creature from outer space.

Home Made 2: The Footage (2009)

More sick and twisted gore and horror from cult Director, Jason Impey. One victim after another suffers at the hands of flesh-eating deranged individuals who have nothing on their mind but revenge, torture, rape and everything else the dark mind of man can imagine. Home Made 2 follows on from the first one, but this time the footage from the notorious Jack Hess has been discovered, and for the first time ever uncut you are about to see the infamous snuff films he created over the past few years to make the ultimate sicko movie! May his victims rest in peace... A B-Movie Cult Horror Classic film from Director, Jason Impey. Sick, perverted and filmed on the lowest budget possible, these films have rapidly taken on a cult classic status all of their own. RATED X WARNING: This film contains images of nudity and violence

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

The Watershed (2004)

Faced with extraordinary trauma of losing both parents to alcoholism and divorce, seven siblings form a unique family structure. The Watershed is a moving documentary of survival and forgiveness that shows how tragedy can have transforming effects on individual identity.

Race for Glory (2013)

Filmmaker Adam Friedman discusses family and faith with some of stock car racing's biggest stars.

Hex (1973)

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."

Jamie Foxx Unleashed: Lost, Stolen and Leaked! (2003)

Jamie Foxx goes back to his Texas roots where he's more outrageous than ever in this no-holds-barred performance! The master of physical humor combined with 100 percent real honesty and dead-on impersonations, Foxx is pure electricity onstage, driving the jam-packed audience over the edge with laughter!

Tornado (1943)

An Illinois coal miner (Chester Morris) marries a petty chorus-girl (Nancy Kelly) who pushes him to make more money.

A History of Christian Worship: Part 2 - The Body (2010)

Part 2, The Body explores baptism and explains the history behind the various methods and traditions associated with the practice in Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox churches.

Wiebo's War (2012)

Wiebo's War is a 2011 Canadian documentary about eco-warrior Wiebo Ludwig, directed by David York.

Golden Gloves (2007)

This film tells the story of women competing in Golden Gloves boxing. Women had been trying to get into the competition for many years, but not until 1994 was the case for women given real attention. Threatened with a civil lawsuit from the ACLU, women were finally let in for the first time in 1995. As of today, boxing is the only sport in the Olympic games exclusively for men. This film follows eight women in the 2005 tournament who each think they can be the next champion. The filmmaker, Leyla, was a sparring partner for Hilary Swank while preparing for "Million Dollar Baby".

If I Close My Eyes I'm Not Here (2014)

Kiko is a teenager whose dead father was Italian and his mother Marilou is from the Philippines. They live with Ennio, mother's new boyfriend, a foreman who recruits and exploits illegal migrant workers. Kiko goes to school but at the same time he is forced to work in Ennio's building yards. He feels he lives in a wrong planet. There's only one place where Kiko can dream: an old abandoned bus in a dump yard that he's turned into his private refuge. One day it seems his fate could change: an elderly friend of his father's, Ettore, comes looking for Kiko and offers to become a strange kind of tutor for him. Ettore reveals his true identity, and Kiko will soon have to confront a terrible discovery and make a difficult choice.

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.

Team Qatar (2009)

Qatar is said to be the world's richest country. Competitive debating is said to be a training ground for future world leaders. So when the Qatari Emiress charged two recent Oxford graduates with creating the country's first national debate team and taking them to the world championships, the stakes were high. TEAM QATAR follows the journey of five ambitious teens as they are initiated into the cutthroat subculture of competitive high-school debate. Aware that their region is associated in Western minds with oil, money, and jihad, they are determined to show they are not closed-minded extremists - and even more determined to win. Training in London, Doha, and New York, they learn a bit about the world as they hone their debating skills. The kids are charismatic and cultured, with strong views and immense curiosity. Only 20% of Qatar's residents are Qatari, and the team reflects this: Tina is Iranian, Vartan is Syrian-Armenian, Fatima is Iraqi, Ayesha is from Pakistan; and Talal is half Lebanese, half Qatari. Alex, their coach, was president of the Oxford Union, and he is determined to prepare them for victory - despite the fact that they've only been debating for six months. Will the team overcome their inexperience and hold their own against the sarcastic English, meticulous Singaporeans, and ferocious Australians, all with years of practice reducing lesser teams to tears? How will they deal with America? What will they make of Team Israel? Are they worldly enough to triumph? At stake in their minds is the chance to demonstrate to the rest of the world their skills as modern, free-thinking Middle-Easterners. Quirky and endearing, engaging and informative, the film offers an entertaining window onto the rapidly growing global culture of the Arab world and its relation to the West. Original Version/90 Minute director's cut. "ABSOLUTELY LOVELY" - THE GUARDIAN "HUGELY ENJOYABLE" - TIME OUT "ENGROSSING" -

Put Your Heart on the Page (2013)

Anne Perry started out as a good writer, but has won greatness inch by inch by reading other authors, listening to editors and agents, and adapting techniques from other creators. Now you, too, can have a lesson from an author who The New York Times has called "First Rate," and who's included in the 100 Masters of the crime genre; who's sold 25 million copies worldwide to continuing critical acclaim. In this instructional video, Anne references her quintet of novels about World War One to demonstrate the various themes which need to be considered when you first pick up that pen. Although writing a book can be like climbing Everest, the advice you find here will save some troublesome extra drafts, and give you a head start towards an enjoyable writing experience and a successful novel.

Listen to Britain (1942)

Listen to Britain is a 1942 British propaganda short film by Humphrey Jennings and Stewart McAllister. The film was produced during World War II by the Crown Film Unit, an organisation within the British Government's Ministry of Information to support the Allied war effort. The film was nominated for the inaugural Academy Award for Documentary Feature in 1943, but lost against four other Allied propaganda films. It is noted for its nonlinear structure and its use of sound.

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.

Exiled to Shanghai (1937)

Exiled to Shanghai is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Nick Grinde and Armand Schaefer and starring Wallace Ford, June Travis, and Dean Jagger.

Africa, I Will Fleece You (1992)

1990, thirty years after most of the African countries attained independence, the end of the cold war and the dramatic political changes taking place around the world inspired a generation of young Africans to take the streets and challenge the one-party state and its attendant nepotism, corruption and economic failure. In a bold, non-linear construction, Afrique, je te plumerai mixes past and present, establishing a link between yesterday's colonial experience and today's violence and corruption in Cameroon, the only African country colonized by three European powers: England, Germany and France. In so doing, the film provides a devastating overview of 100 years of cultural genocide in Africa.

The Lost Spirits (2009)

The lives of Native American family members in Queens, N.Y.

Midsummer (2003)

Midsommer (2003) is a Danish film directed by Carsten Myllerup. It was remade in 2008 as Solstice.

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?

Is My Face Red? (1932)

Is My Face Red? is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film directed by William A. Seiter and written by Ben Markson and Casey Robinson. The film stars Helen Twelvetrees, Ricardo Cortez, Jill Esmond, Robert Armstrong and Arline Judge. The film was released on June 17, 1932, by RKO Pictures.

I Heart Doomsday (2011)

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

Truck Busters (1943)

Truck Busters is a 1943 American drama film directed by B. Reeves Eason and written by Robert E. Kent and Raymond L. Schrock. The film stars Richard Travis, Virginia Christine, Charles Lang, Ruth Ford, Richard Fraser, Tod Andrews and Frank Wilcox. The film was released by Warner Bros. on February 6, 1943.

The Art of Flight (2005)

The Art Of Flight is a guerrilla documentary that was shot illegally in Egypt on camcorders and a laptop. The film serves as a back story to the 2006 massacre of Sudanese refugees in Cairo. The filmmaker was nearly arrested three times during the course of shooting. This feature length film tells the story of three people, a refugee from southern Sudan, a human rights activist from northern Sudan and an American journalist in self-imposed exile, all living in Cairo. For very different reasons, the trio has found themselves struggling to survive in Egypt, a U.S. financed dictatorship which has reluctantly become their home. The Art Of Flight features artwork of Sudanese painters living in exile. In addition to paintings from Sudanese artists and torture victims, the film also features an original soundtrack by Al-Khafiyeen, a musical ensemble of refugees who played together for a single night to score the film. The film delves deep into questions about the nature of charity, the consequences of American empire and the price of silence.

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.

UFO Chronicles: What the President Doesn't Know (2012)

This is a film where Dr. Steven Greer gives information about the numerous witnesses that seem to know more than they are revealing about possible UFO landings in the country. There are firsthand experiences and technology that has been used to identify some of the evidence produced.

G-Dog (2012)

Father Greg Boyle, a white Jesuit priest, has spent 25 years in the toughest part of East Los Angeles.

Hybrid (2013)

Mixed martial arts is the latest craze amongst sports fans. Producers have now created a show that is geared towards showing how mixed martial arts fighters prepare for their bouts. MMA Zen is a new television show that gives mixed martial arts fans an opportunity to see how their favorite Japanese fighters approach their craft. MMA Zen gives television viewers inside access to their training camps. Fighters also explain why honor is important to them. MMA Zen shows that mixed martial arts in Japan is not only a major sport, it is also a way of life for its participants.

Talking Through Walls: How the Struggle to Build a Mosque United a Community (2008)

The film views the struggle of Zia Rahman, a determined but ailing man, who sets out to build a mosque in his community. Against post 9/11 fears that threaten the project, a coalition forms that includes a Priest, two Rabbis, and a Buddhist, who join in support. Together, they succeed in building the mosque, revealing the best of American ideals at one of the most difficult times in its history.

Lustful Illusions (2011)

Unfulfilled housewife Allison (Darian Caine) secretly yearns for adventure. When a mysterious antique movie camera appears in her living room, it heralds the beginning of a sexual odyssey beyond her wildest dreams - a series of passionate and insatiable encounters - between Allison, her friends and colleagues, and a dangerously seductive woman from the past.

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.

Próxima (2007)

A visionary movie. A "dickian" science fiction trip to the stars. A renowned SF writer is at a local convention to talk about his work. As he takes the podium he renounces his work as utter fictional rubbish and declares that he has found a portal to another world, orbiting the star PROXIMA. "Simply listen to my new book-on-CD and be delivered", he proclaims. Unsurprisingly, this bizarre announcement is not well received by his fans. But Tony, the owner of a specialist DVD and video store is attending the conference, and being an open-minded dreamer buys the disc to try it out. Are the strange visions he starts to experience real? Have a selected group of humans really found a shortcut to the star PROXIMA? Could there really exist a conspiracy on Earth to aid an invasion by an alien fleet? And is the super-strong armour he's made to wear really "invisible" or is he simply an emperor parading round in new underpants? V.O. Spanish + English subtitles

Oconomowoc (2013)

Oconomowoc is a 2013 American comedy film written by, directed by, and starring Andy Gillies. The film follows a man who, after moving back in with his hard-drinking mother, becomes part of a T-shirt business with his friend.

Love in the Time of Money (2002)

Love in the Time of Money is a 2002 American romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Peter Mattei, and starring Steve Buscemi, Vera Farmiga, Rosario Dawson, Malcolm Gets, Jill Hennessy, and Adrian Grenier. The film had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 11, 2002, and was given a limited release in the United States on November 1, 2002.

Three Guys Named Mike (1951)

Three Guys Named Mike is a 1951 American black-and-white film by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, directed by Charles Walters. In 1979, the film entered the public domain (in the USA) due to the claimants failure to renew its copyright registration in the 28th year after publication. Described as a "lighthearted and lightweight story" by Turner Classic Movies, Three Guys Named Mike chronicles the story of an airline stewardess (the term at that time) and her three suitors.

The Great Granny Revolution (2007)

The Great Granny Revolution (2008) is a documentary that highlights a Canadian group of grandmothers known as the Wakefield Grannies that offer moral support, help, and guidance to other grandmothers. The documentary follows a specific trip where the Wakefield Grannies go to South Africa and offer their grandmotherly wisdom to grandmothers facing unique and challenging modern day problems like raising a grandchild with AIDs. The documentary is a heart warming tale of the good side of the human spirit and is a compelling story that will be sure to inspire you.

The Big Caper (1957)

The Big Caper is a 1957 crime drama film noir directed by Robert Stevens starring Rory Calhoun, Mary Costa and James Gregory

American Grindhouse (2011)

AMERICAN GRINDHOUSE explores the history of exploitation films. From the early “Nudie Cuties” to the Blaxploitation boom in the 70s,AMERICAN GRINDHOUSE boasts interviews with film critics Herschell Gordon Lewis, Joe Dante, Larry Cohen, John Landis, Fred Williamson, Kim Morgan and many more, and features over 200 clips.

A Place Called Chiapas (1998)

In 1994, the Zapatista National Liberation Army, made up of impoverished Mayan Indians from the state of Chiapas, took over five towns and 500 ranches in southern Mexico. The government deployed its troops and at least 145 people died in the ensuing battle. Filmmaker Nettie Wild travelled to the country’s jungle canyons to film the elusive and fragile life of this uprising.

Spooks Run Wild (1941)

Spooks Run Wild is an American horror comedy film and the seventh film in the East Side Kids series, starring Bela Lugosi, Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, and Bobby Jordan. Released in 1941, it was directed by Phil Rosen, in his first and only outing in the series, and produced by Sam Katzman (under the company name Banner Pictures). It is based on an original script by Carl Foreman and Charles R. Marion.

The Night Shift (2011)

The Night Shift is a 2011 American zombie comedy film directed and written by Thomas Smith. It stars Khristian Fulmer as a cemetery watchman who must contend with undead residents and paranormal occurrences.

Monte Carlo Nights (1934)

Monte Carlo Nights is a 1934 American Pre-Code film directed by William Nigh.

Decameron Nights (1953)

Decameron Nights is a 1953 anthology Technicolor film based on three tales from The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio, specifically the ninth and tenth tales of the second day and the ninth tale of the third. It stars Joan Fontaine and, as Boccaccio, Louis Jourdan.

Tracey Ullman: Live and Exposed (2005)

Tracey Ullman: Live and Exposed is an HBO stand-up special starring actress-comedian Tracey Ullman. The stage show documents Ullman's life, with reenactments of her childhood; her early days as a dancer; her time on the stage; her music stint; and her television career.

Mr. Reckless (1948)

Mr. Reckless is a 1948 American film directed by Frank McDonald.

Aravani Girl (2009)

Sixteen year olds Palani and Karthik want to become 'ladyboys.' They're bullied in school and beaten by their families. Their parents would like to see them grow up as normal boys, but they're falling deeper and deeper into the world of the 'Aravanis'. Loved as dance performers but hated as homosexuals, their stories emblazon the inner conflicts of India's gender culture today.

The Lost Moment (1947)

The Lost Moment is a 1947 film noir psychological thriller film with elements of horror directed by Martin Gabel and starring Robert Cummings, Susan Hayward and Agnes Moorehead.

Everything You Want (2005)

Everything You Want is a 2005 romantic-comedy television film on ABC Family starring Shiri Appleby and Nick Zano.

The Human Trace (2008)

An undercover county cop investigates a trail of murders where the victims died without a cause of death. As he gets deeper into the mystery he realizes something sinister is gripping the town.

Behind Green Lights (1946)

Behind Green Lights is a 1946 American film noir directed by Otto Brower.