Lisa Rinna Dance Body Beautiful: Ballroom Body Blast (2008)

Lisa Rinna Dance Body Beautiful is the hip new workout method created and choreographed by Dancing With the Stars competitors and fan favorites Lisa Rinna and Louis Van Amstel. Encompassing totally unique routines that are fun and easy to follow, you can do these body blasting workouts anytime. NO PARTNER NEEDED! You don't need to be an expert to follow the routines. Each workout begins with an easy to learn breakdown of the dance. You'll start with a slow version, then medium, then a body blasting fast session that will leave you feeling like a dancing star. So get up! Get moving! It's the most fun you'll ever have losing weight, getting fit and dancing your way to a beautiful new body! DANCE WORKOUT INCLUDES Warm up; 1. Jive, Jam and Kick; 2. Hot Salsa Burn; 3. Samba Blast; 4. Disco Dream Body; Cool down.

Sneakers & Soul (2010)

A pair of shoes and the key to a New York apartment point the way for a downtrodden lawyer (Billy Fenderson) to change his life.

Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela (2005)

Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela is a 2005 documentary film about a generation of men, considered terrorists by the U.S. government, who left South Africa to form the African National Congress and spread their message across the world. Filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris focuses on his stepfather Benjamin Pule Leinaeng, who was among the first ANC members to leave South Africa in 1960. Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela was met with critical acclaim, winning an Independent Spirit Award nomination for its Stranger Than Fiction category and was aired on PBS as part of its Point of View series in 2006.

Overdose (2010)

When the world's financial bubble blew, the solution was to lower interest rates and pump trillions of dollars into the sick banking system. "The solution is the problem, that's why we had a problem in the first place". For Economics Nobel laureate Vernon Smith, the Catch 22 is self-evident. But interest rates have been at rock bottom for years, and governments are running out of fuel to feed the economy. "The governments can save the banks, but who can save the governments?" Forecasts predict all countries' debt will reach 100% of GDP by next year. Greece and Iceland have already crumbled, who will be next? The storm that would rock the world, began brewing in the US when congress pushed the idea of home ownership for all, propping up those who couldn't make the down payments. The Market even coined a term, NINA loans: "No Income, No Assets, No Problem!" Enter FannieMae and FreddieMac, privately owned, government sponsored. "Want that vacation? Wanna buy some new clothes? Use your house as a piggie bank!" Why earn money to pay for your home when you can make money just living in it? With the government covering all losses, you'd have been a fool not to borrow. But when the punchbowl ran dry, instead of letting investors go home to nurse their hangovers as usual, the Federal Reserve just filled it up again with phoney money. For analyst Peter Schiff, the consequence of the spending binge was crystal clear: "we're in so much trouble now because we got drunk on all that Fed alcohol". Yet along with other worried experts, he was mocked and derided during the boom. Have you taken out a mortgage, invested capital or bought shares? If you have, likelihood is you lost out in the latest bust. Governments promised decisive action, the biggest financial stimulus packages in history, gargantuan bailouts: but what crazed logic is this, propping up debt with...more debt? This documentary brings an entirely fresh voice to the hottest topic of today.

The Road to Love (2001)

A young, apparently straight Algerian-French student, Karim, goes on a sociological journey to find gay Muslims. That's where he meets Farid and reveals to himself that not only is there a gay Muslim culture but also that he might be homosexual.

Searching for Signals (2013)

A young boy mourning the loss of his mother discovers his father's dark secret.

Steep & Deep (1985)

Welcome to the dawn of extreme skiing and riding as we know it. Watch skiers and riders like Stein Eriksen, Phil Mahre, Billy Kidd, Craig Peterson, and plenty of others shape modern skiing into what it is today. Travel with them as they go coast to coast across the U.S., fly all the way over to France and Japan, and finally journey down under to New Zealand and ski head to head down the steep and deep.

14 Bis Ao Vivo (2007)

Recorded live at the Grande Teatro Palácio das Artes in Belo Horizonte, this concert includes the band's biggest hits and features artists like Beto Guedes, Rogerio Flausino, Marcus Viana and Flavio Venturini. The show presents all the musical influences that shaped 14 Bis original and unique sound: music from Minas Gerais, corner club, classical music, progressive rock and rock'n'roll.

Exsanguination (2011)

While attempting to change a flat tire on his van in a dimly lit parking lot, a man (Mark T. Lee) is brutally attacked from behind and injected in the neck with a hypodermic needle. Hours later, the man regains consciousness and finds himself inside a small dark room shackled to the floor with both wrists slashed just a few feet away from a complete stranger (Shane Land) in the exact same predicament. Gradually hemorrhaging, the two men get to know one another as they ponder their deadly circumstance and try to keep each other awake for fear of becoming comatose.

The Gospel of Judas (2006)

He's one of the most hated men in history: Judas Iscariot, the apostle who betrayed Jesus. For centuries, his name has meant treachery and deceit. Hidden for nearly two thousand years, an ancient Gospel emerges from the sands of Egypt that tells a very different version of the last days of Jesus and questions the portrait of Judas Iscariot as the evil apostle. Join National Geographic and a team of biblical detectives as they race to determine the authenticity of this ancient document, piecing together its delicate pages before they turn to dust. With movie-quality dramatizations and insightful analysis by the world's foremost experts, The Gospel of Judas reveals to the modern world a new account of Jesus's betrayal.

Murder of Innocence (1993)

No one believes a businessman (Stephen Caffrey) who fears for his life because of the possible insanity of his wife (Valerie Bertinelli).

2014 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations (2014)

2014 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations.

Hugh Laurie: Live On The Queen Mary (2013)

On 26 March this year a dream came true for Hugh Laurie when he took to the stage in the magnificent Art Deco surroundings of the famous liner Queen Mary, now moored permanently at Longbeach, California. The show combines tracks from both of his hugely successful blues albums, "Let Them Talk" from 2011 (UK #2) and the recently released "Didn't It Rain" (UK #3), along with other musical gems. Hugh Laurie leads on vocals, piano and guitar and is supported by the Copper Bottom Blues Band, a fantastic group of musicians and singers. His engaging personality and skilful playing make for a perfect evening of sublime blues in a wonderfully intimate setting.

The Lowborn (2009)

The IRS sends a young auditor to the sticks, where he runs into a band of sadistic maniacs.

Hybrid World: The Plan to Modify and Control the Human Race (2012)

Hybrid World: The Plan to Modify and Control the Human Race is a documentary which looks into the nature of humanity. The documentary looks at the hidden plans of governments and scientists around the world. These organizations are plotting in secret to further the plans of transhumanism. Transhumanists believe that humanity should be maimed and altered into something other than human. They believe that people should transcend their humanity. The documentary makes note of the fact that transhumanists don't really care if people actually want to become something other than human. The documentary looks at where humanity came from, and where we're going as a species.

Blind Beast vs Dwarf (2001)

Blind Beast vs. Dwarf aka Blind Beast vs. Killer Dwarf is a 2001 film by Japanese director Teruo Ishii. It is the last film he directed.

BBOY for LIFE (2012)

Dangerous gangs affect the lives of break dancers in Guatemala City.

Hick Trek 2: The Next Aggravation (2005)

The famous STAR TREK / REDNECK spoof continues from director Tony Trombo (MIND BENDER: Sex, Death and Rock 'N Roll, MANOS: The Fans of Hate) Captain Damn-Puke ReTard, Number 2, Mister Beta and crew take on the evil Frunobulax and his army of shape shifting dogs! Can this be the end of the Redneck Federation? Will the R.S.S. Bovine be destroyed by the Phydeaux III (Fido 3)? LIVE ACTION / ANIMATION [Running time 35 minutes]

Headsome (2013)

A man is severely injured in a car crash, and his brother plays God by keeping his head alive.

Bigfoot: The Evidence Files (2014)

You say you don't believe in Bigfoot, but hundreds of researchers in the field can?t be ignored any more. Bigfoot is real and the evidence is in! Over 20 researchers and witnesses have come together to present some of their greatest findings in support of this elusive creature that was mostly, until now, believed to be mythical. Evidence such as tracks, stick and rock formations, sound recordings, video of the creature, and more are presented to the viewer. And the evidence comes from all over North America. So sit back, watch, listen, and prepare to Believe! - Zombie Media present a Crypto Crew Productions film - Thomas Marcum, Ross T. Nisbet, Bobby Long, Jason Morse . Music by Derek R. Audette - Produced by Thomas Marcum (c)2014 Crypto Crew Production. All Rights Reserved. Running Time: 56 minutes - NOT RATED - Widescreen - 5.1 Sound !Watch for BLOOPERS after the credits!

Narcotic (1934)

A doctor (Harry Cording) begins a descent into drug addiction.

Julien & Claire (2011)

Shot over ten days in France, Julien & Claire is a lush, music-driven mood piece that examines the romance between a young American dancer and a struggling French musician after their chance encounter on the streets of Paris.

Karma (2013)

The story follows a preschool teacher (Gail) who is abducted after leaving work on her birthday. Gail's abductor (Zero) is cold and calculating. He shows no remorse as he beats, cuts and electrocutes his victim. As we follow their journey there are visual references to drug use, slavery, rape, revenge and AIDS. The spirit of the film is revealed at its conclusion, when we find out the reason behind brutal abduction asking the audience to explore their own moral beliefs. This is not by any means a happy family film. It is as cold as life itself dealing with common events that most people tend to gasp at or blind-out when they appear on the evening news. However in an unthreatening theatrical environment, the script tends to tell a story people will seeming be entertained by (we are all sick!).

The Girl Next Door (2000)

The Girl Next Door is an intimate and humanizing look into the rise to fame of adult film superstar Stacy Valentine. The wheels were set in motion when Stacy's then-husband, to satisfy his own sexual fantasy, urged his Oklahoma housewife, Stacy Baker, to submit her photograph to Gallery Magazine's amateur pictorial competition, voyeuristically named, "The Girl Next Door." Easily winning this contest, Stacy was soon gracing the cover of Hustler magazine and accepting offers to perform in X-rated films. The Girl Next Door is the conflicting story between Stacy Baker and the world of pornography, and Stacy Valentine and her desire for true love. Stacy allows us to experience the exotic world of pornography through the eyes of a former housewife from Oklahoma.

Law of the Pampas (1939)

Law of the Pampas is a 1939 American Western film directed by Nate Watt and written by Harrison Jacobs. The film stars William Boyd, Russell Hayden, Sidney Toler, Steffi Duna, Sidney Blackmer, Pedro de Cordoba and William Duncan. The film was released on November 3, 1939, by Paramount Pictures. Hungarian-born Steffi Duna plays a convincing Argentine senorita and Sidney Toler plays a comic character. Contrary to previously published reports, David Niven does not appear in Law of the Pampas, unbilled or otherwise.

Billy The Kid's Round-Up (1941)

(1941, PRC) Buster Crabbe, Al. St. John, Carleton Young, Charlie King, Joan Barclay. When outlaw trouble brews, a town sheriff sends for Buster and Al. When they ride into town they find the sheriff has been killed! The bad guys then target the local newspaper when Fuzzy decides to run for sheriff. One of Buster's very best PRCs. 16mm.

Beyond There (2012)

Beyond the Lights tells the story of an unlikely romance between an up-and-coming pop star and a policeman who intervenes when she considers ending her own life.

Marquis de Sade's Justine (1977)

Cruel Passion (also known as Justine) is a 1977 film starring Koo Stark, Martin Potter, Lydia Lisle, and Katherine Kath. It was directed by Chris Boger and based on the novel Justine by the Marquis de Sade.

The Olmsted Legacy: America's Urban Parks (2011)

From PBS - Frederick Law Olmsted designed New York City's Central Park with Calvert Vaux over 150 years ago, and it remains an undisputed haven of tranquility amidst one of the largest, tallest, and most unnatural places on earth. This film examines the creation of America's great city parks in the late 1800s through the enigmatic eyes of Frederick Law Olmsted, visionary urban planner and landscape architect. In his own words, Olmsted and America's Urban Parks weaves together Olmsted's engaging and poignant personal story with those of the lasting masterpieces he left for us today, featuring Academy Award-winning actor Kevin Kline as the voice of Frederick Law Olmsted.

Out-of-Sync (1995)

Out-of-Sync is a 1995 crime drama film featuring LL Cool J in his first starring role. The film was directed by Debbie Allen and co-starred Victoria Dillard, Tim Reid and Howard Hesseman. The film had a $9,000,000 budget, but only made $10,000.

License to Kill (1964)

Nick Carter va tout casser is a French action film starring Eddie Constantine as Nick Carter. An English version was dubbed by Eddie Constantine dubbing himself. Constantine repeated his role in Nick Carter et le trèfle rouge (1965). The film was titled License to Kill in the USA.

Reaching for the Moon (1931)

Reaching for the Moon is a 1930 American Pre-Code black and white musical film. Originally released at 91 minutes; surviving versions are usually cut to 62 minutes. A 74-minute version aired in 1998 on USA cable channel AMC. The DVD version runs just under 72 minutes. The film's working title was Lucky Break and is known as Para alcanzar la Luna in Spain. It is not to be confused with the Fairbanks silent film, Reaching for the Moon (1917).

Onde Nostre (2010)

Onde Nostre is a lifestyle documentary film that shows the peculiarity of the Italian surf scene and the beauty of this sport, even in a country that's not usually considered a top destination for catching waves. With this film we intend show the passion and high level of the Italian surfers. The film is shot mainly in 16mm and super 8 and only a small part is shot digital in order to emphasize the beauty of the landscape. The film has a romantic approach to surfing. Action has a great relevance, with slow motion segments and an emotional editing. Onde Nostre also shows Italian surfers lifestyles and the endless search for good waves in the Mediterranean sea. We travelled in spring of 2010 between Liguria, Tuscany and Sardinia. The film breathes the grand and powerful landscapes where nature and our surfers are living in symbiosis. We had the chance to get into the lives of our riders, recording their emotions, their expectations and their joy. Showing parts were the human aspects and the hard part of being an athlete comes out. Onde Nostre is a tribute to our sea (Mare Nostrum) and to the their people that keep on searching, believing in a simple life style made of small but important values: friendship, nature, the joy of doing what we love to do.

Phantom Limb (2005)

The death of my seven-year-old brother when I was nine remains a painful and haunting memory. My parents did not know how to cope with the loss of their child and the entire family experienced indescribable pain. PHANTOM LIMB uses this personal story as a point of departure. Whether it is a loss through death or divorce, the stages of grieving are the same. Individuals often go through denial, anger, bargaining, depression and, ultimately, some kind of acceptance, in order to heal. The film is loosely structured according to these stages. Interspersed throughout this poetic documentary are interviews with a cemetery owner, a phantom limb patient and an author of a book about evidence for life after death. PHANTOM LIMB reminds viewers that while grief is painful and isolating, it is a reminder to each of us that life is impermanent.

A Rubberband Is An Unlikely Instrument (2011)

Walter Baker is an eccentric musician struggling to maintain balance between creating art, making ends meet and raising his twelve year old son with his third wife, a poet. Artistically and philosophically situated on the fringes of mainstream culture, Baker grasps to bear the roles of family man, business owner and aspiring composer.

A Short History Of Decay (2014)

A Short History of Decay is an American comedy film written and directed by Michael Maren. It stars Bryan Greenberg, Linda Lavin, Harris Yulin, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Benjamin King and Kathleen Rose Perkins. Though its title is taken from the work of philosophy by Emil Cioran, it is not an adaptation of the book. The film was shot in October and November 2012 in Wilmington, North Carolina, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, and New York City. It premiered at the Hamptons International Film Festival on October 12, 2013 and it opened theatrically at the Village East Cinema on May 16, 2014.

Alegria (1999)

A depressed mime (Ren Bazinet) falls in love with a performer (Julie Cox) from the Cirque du Soleil but must win over her father (Frank Langella) before they can be together.

Antone's: Home Of The Blues (2004)

Clifford Antone's legendary club in Austin, Texas delivered a different blues great every night. This extraordinary film looks at its illustrious history, featuring extensive interviews and performances footage of Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Albert Collins, Pinetop Perkins and more.

Asteroid vs Earth (2014)

When a shower of massive meteors threatens an extinction level on Earth, the world’s greatest minds devise a dangerous plan that will take the planet off its axis in order to avoid the impact.

August (2011)

August is an American drama film, released in 2011. The full length directorial debut of Eldar Rapaport, the film stars Murray Bartlett as Troy, a man returning to Los Angeles five years after abandoning his long-term relationship with Jonathan (Daniel Dugan) to move to Spain. His return, however, poses problems for Jonathan, whose unresolved feelings and continued attraction to Troy threaten his relationship with his current partner Raul (Adrian Gonzalez). The film is an expansion of Rapaport's 2005 short film Postmortem, which also starred Bartlett and Dugan.

Ballin' at The Graveyard (2012)

Filmmakers Basil Anastassiou and Paul Kentoffio experience the culture and community of pickup basketball to see how street ballers live and play.

Barah Aana (2009)

Barah Aana is a 2009 Indian comedy-drama film written and directed by Raja Menon. The title refers to 12 Barah in Hindustani aanas, which was a unit of Indian currency before decimalisation. Barah Aana stars Naseeruddin Shah, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Vijay Raaz and Arjun Mathur. The film depicts the lives of working-class Indians in a globalized milieu and how events spiral out of control when the characters try their hands at crime.

Barbecue (2014)

Barbecue is a 2014 French ensemble comedy film directed by Éric Lavaine.

BrickSkin (2014)

Several disabled people wake up in an abandoned factory to face their limitations and disabilities.

To a Tee (2006)

To a Tee is a 2006 film written and directed by Matt Riddlehoover, which has been described as “Annie Hall meets Will & Grace” [1]. The film's sharply edited theatrical trailer sparked much attention on the Web, specifically on MySpace.

Austen Country: The Life & Times of Jane Austen (2002)

When Jane Austen, the daughter of a country clergyman, was born in the picturesque village of Steventon in Hampshire in December 1775, few people could have guessed the impact she would have on the world of literature. With just six completed novels, "Sense and Sensibility", "Pride and Prejudice", "Mansfield Park", "Emma", "Persuasion" and "Northanger Abbey", Jane Austen is one of that rare collection of classic authors to have remained popular throughout the ages. Although this program touches upon Jane Austen's literary abilities, it is in fact far more concerned with the great lady herself, and her own fascinating life at a time in England's history when Georgian elegance was at its most graceful. Take a tour around the English landscape and see the lovely locations that inspired Jane Austen's novels. From the beautiful Hampshire countryside of her birth, follow in Jane's footsteps to the West Country city of Bath and discover what she really thought about the high society that frequented its fine public buildings. Visit the seaside splendor of Lyme Regis, a great holiday favorite with the Austen family and then witness the rural charm of Chawton Cottage, Jane's own beloved home that's now a museum dedicated to her life and works. Above all else, Jane Austen was a great countrywoman at heart, making this program an absolute must for both lovers of literature and the English countryside.

The Jodorowsky Constellation (1994)

Fascinating and challenging, Alexandro Jodorowsky is a multi-talented person: director of cult-movies (EL TOPO, THE HOLY MOUNTAIN, SANTA SANGRE... ), founder of the "Panique" movement, performer of provocative happenings, mime artist, successful comic strip writer (the INCAL, ALEPH TAU, THE WHITE LAMA...), animator of the "Mystical Cabaret", Tarot card master, launcher of the "psycho-magic".... This is the quest of the multiple facets of Jodorowsky and includes views of those who have been closely connected to him (Fernando Arrabal, Peter Gabriel, Marcel Marceau, Jean "Moebius" Giraud, the karate champion Jean-Pierre Vignau). They appear like mirrors in this quest and reveal that the only important search is for oneself. The film ends with a unique experience: a live performance of a "psycho-magic" act.

Saturn Returns (2009)

Saturn Returns is a 2009 film directed by Lior Shamriz, starring Chloe Griffin, Tal Meiri and Joshua Bogle. It was written and produced by Lior Shamriz and Imri Kahn.

Report To The Commissioner (1975)

Report to the Commissioner is a 1975 crime drama film based on James Mills' 1972 novel. The story involves a rookie cop (Michael Moriarty) in the New York City Police Department who is assigned a special missing person case, which in fact is meant to be a wild-goose chase to back up an undercover female police officer's role as the girlfriend of a drug dealer. The film was directed by Milton Katselas and features a musical score by Elmer Bernstein. The script is by two Oscar-winning screenwriters, Abby Mann (Judgment at Nuremberg) and Ernest Tidyman (The French Connection). The film is also notable as Richard Gere's screen debut.

Frank (2014)

Acclaimed Irish director Lenny Abrahamson follows up his award-winning films Adam & Paul, Garage and What Richard Did with an offbeat comedy about a young wannabe musician, Jon (Domhnall Gleeson), who finds himself out of his depth when he joins an avant-garde pop band led by the mysterious and enigmatic Frank (Michael Fassbender), a musical genius who hides himself inside a large fake head, and his terrifying bandmate Clara (Maggie Gyllenhaal). Written by Jon Ronson (The Men Who Stare At Goats) and Peter Straughan (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Men Who Stare At Goats), FRANK is based on the memoir by Jon Ronson. It is a fictional story loosely inspired by Frank Sidebottom, the persona of cult musician and comedy legend Chris Sievey, as well as other outsider musicians like Daniel Johnston and Captain Beefheart.

Several Ways to Die Trying (2005)

Several Ways to Die Trying is an independent film made in 420 by a group of college students and recent graduates. The film was mostly shot in Lopatcong Township, New Jersey, United States. The film's writer/director as well as members of the cast and crew are residents of the township.

Conquest of Space (1955)

Conquest of Space is a 1955 American Technicolor science fiction film from Paramount Pictures, produced by George Pal, directed by Byron Haskin, that stars Walter Brooke, Eric Fleming, and Mickey Shaughnessy. The storyline concerns the first interplanetary flight to the planet Mars, manned by a crew of five, and launched from Earth orbit near "The Wheel", mankind's first space station. On their long journey to the Red Planet, they encounter various dangers, both from within and without, that nearly destroy the mission.

Red Boots for Christmas (1995)

It's nearing Christmas in a small town in Germany. Hans the shoemaker works into the night, purposely shut away from the holiday festivities around him. Alone in his shop, with no family and few friends, Hans has never learned the true meaning of Christmas. While he mocks the townspeople's merry preparations, Hans is visited by an angel who brings the promise of a very special gift. Hans eagerly awaits the return of this angelic messenger and crafts a gift to give in return--the finest pair of red boots ever made. As the story unfolds, Hans learns the joys of sharing and fellowship, and finally embraces the spirit of Christmas as he does indeed receive the ultimate gift -- a gift from God. A wonderful program to teach children the true meaning of Christmas.

My Year Without Sex (2009)

My Year Without Sex is an Australian drama film written and directed by Sarah Watt, opening the 2009 Adelaide Film Festival and given wider release in May 2009. Set in Altona (suburban Melbourne), it is about a 30-something couple, Ross and Natalie, and their children Ruby and Louis, after Natalie suffers a ruptured brain aneurysm and is advised not to have sex for 12 months. Watt has said that after her first film Look Both Ways, she wanted to make a film "without a sex scene": My Year Without Sex received strongly favourable reviews, and was touted by The Sydney Morning Herald as "possibly the best" Australian film of 2009, as well as "the most accomplished" local film of 2009 by The Age. As with Look Both Ways, My Year Without Sex deals with the impact that serious illness has on individuals and relationships. The two films are reportedly part of a "proposed trilogy". This film was the last film by Sarah Watt, about two years before she died of bone and breast cancer.

Australian Pie (2005)

Coming of age is difficult for any young boy, but it is a little harder for Jono Smith. His secret fetish for kitchen appliances has caused him to lose his manhood in a flight of passion. Fortunately the recent death of a porn star makes a transplant possible and with the help of his crazy friends Jono just might get laid again.

UFO's Do Not Exist (2011)

From the dark years of the UFO era, this amazing documentary details the facts they DON'T want you to know. UFO's are real and the government and military forces know it. These factions have researched and investigated sightings as early as the late 1930's, while simultaneously denying any interest in the UFO phenomenon. They have been debunking and covering up UFO sightings, crashes and incidents for decades. This fascinating DVD covers over 100 UFO cases including: UFO sightings and encounters during World War II and Vietnam. Exclusive Majestic 12 document connections. UFO sightings by Warren Beatty, Stuart Whitman and Walter Cronkite. A C130 takes off in 1966, encounters a UFO and lands in another location in the year 1982. Jackie Gleason views crashed UFO wreckage and bodies. UFO crash retrievals. The history of the 1940's Philadelphia Experiment and a visit to the Montauk Project base where it continued into the 1980's. You will discover proof that UFO technology has been used by the U. S. Government to accomplish time travel and create total invisibility, and much more. Over three hours of the darkest UFO secrets!

An Easter Bunny Puppy (2013)

A confused young canine wants to be the Easter Bunny, but his family thinks that dogs should just concentrate on being dogs.

The Businessman (2014)

When a serial killer named The Businessman strikes in his town, a young man is forced to take action.

The Third Girl from the Left (1973)

The Third Girl From the Left is a 1973 American made-for-television drama film directed by Peter Medak, written by Dory Previn, and starring Kim Novak and Tony Curtis.

Wolves in the Snow (2002)

After discovering that her husband has cheated, a woman violently confronts him and kills the man. After his death, the woman discovers that not only did he cheat, but the criminal had several associations with gangsters in the past. With her husband gone, the woman has to confront the gangsters herself and find a way to survive and restart her life as soon as possible.

Kill Me (2012)

A young detective is doing his best to keep criminals off the street. This especially means individuals who are part of the mafia. The detective is tested when he falls in love with a girl who has no respect for the law. She has a boyfriend who is not afraid to kill anyone, and she is running from the mafia. This detective must now decide if all of this trouble is worth it. Furthermore, he must decide if losing everything he has worked for is worth it. Quickly, this detective sees entire different side of life that working for the law does not give him.

Red White Black & Blue (2006)

On June 7, 1942, 3,000 Japanese troops invaded Alaska, the only invasion of American soil since the War of 1812. Sixty years later, two U.S. soldiers who fought on the remote Aleutian island of Attu embark on a journey back to one of the bloodiest battles of World War II, where they relive the brutal 19-day combat that the American government kept secret.

Marvel & ESPN Films Present 1 of 1: Genesis (2014)

A film exploring the notion that superstar athletes are like real-life Super Heroes--with not just superpowers, but personal tales evoking themes and narratives found in Marvel comics. With Russell Wilson, Carmelo Anthony, Danica Patrick and more.

Wilderness Survival for Girls (2004)

Wilderness Survival for Girls is a 2004 independent thriller film that was shot in 18 days. Three soon-to-graduate high school girls stay at a mountain cabin. A stranger named Ed comes to their cabin. They manage to overpower him and tie him to a chair. The film shows the girls' responses to their captive stranger.

Furry Hamsters from Hell (2007)

Dr. Wells only wanted to breed the world's most perfect hamster. His world was turned upside down when the IRS came knocking on his door for unpaid taxes. Wells dies in a gunfight with the sheriff and IRS agent when they threaten to take him from his family's manor and hamsters. Now the ghost of Dr. Wells must defend his manor from a sorority pledge party from beyond with his man-eating army of Furry Hamsters From Hell. The film is a low-budget comedy shot on High Definition and most resembles the style and taste of the late great Benny Hill. If you like silly movies, you will love Furry Hamsters From Hell!

Manos: The Hands of Felt (2014)

"MANOS - The Hands of Felt" is a giddy puppet musical re-imagining of the cult classic "MANOS - The Hands of Fate." The film's story of a family vacation gone horribly wrong combines with the backstage drama of a movie shoot gone horribly wrong to tell the bizarre tale of fertilizer salesman-turned-film director Harold P. Warren. Filmed live in Seattle during the show's 2013 run. Not for young audiences.

On The Wings of The Monarch (2001)

"On the Wings of the Monarch" is an exciting nature documentary that follows host Libby Graham on an amazing journey into the life of the monarch butterfly. We travel to an incredible monarch over-wintering site in Mexico where we find close to 40 million monarchs. This documentary provides the viewer with an in-depth look at the enigmatic monarch butterfly, tracing its incredible long distance migration and its fantastic life cycle. "On the Wings of the Monarch" will fascinate children and adults alike. Shot on location in Mexico, Santa Barbara, San Diego, and Kansas, this documentary uses stunning slow-motion photography and brilliant macro photography to capture the beauty and strength of the monarch. It includes informative interviews with monarch expert, Dr. Lincoln Brower. Host Libby Graham and narrator Bernie Alan, PBS voice-over talent, fill the viewers in on all of the interesting facts about the monarch butterfly.

Anthony Clark: Ambiguous (2012)

The "Ambiguous" Anthony Clark returns in his first stand-up comedy special in nearly 8 years. His self-deprecating real life routine was filmed live in San Bernardino. Anthony's gullible, self-deprecating charm and ability to tap into everyman humor has kept him endeared to audiences since his appearances on Ellen, Boston Common, Soul Man and host of Last Comic Standing. Perhaps best known for playing the husband on the series Yes Dear for six years established Anthony Clark as a Classic American Comedian with humoristic southern roots.

Atomic Journeys: Welcome to Ground Zero (2000)

ATOMIC JOURNEYS explores the secret history of the over 900 Atomic and Hydrogen bomb tests detonated throughout the United States in previously unknown locations as diverse as Mississippi, Colorado, New Mexico and Alaska. Through the use of unique and spectacular, never-before-seen nuclear test footage, ATOMIC JOURNEYS travels to former test sites and examines the physical changes to the environment, the history behind each test and what the test sites are like today. Finally, we will visit the Nevada Test Site, known as the most bombed place on earth.

Native New Yorker (2005)

Native New Yorker (2005) is the title of the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival Best Documentary Short by Steve Bilich.

Les pêcheurs de perles (2005)

Les pêcheurs de perles dates from 1863 and represents much more than a mere operatic exercise written by a twenty-five-year-old composer. Pêcheurs is, as a matter of fact, the only other Bizet opera, beside Carmen, to have remained in the repertoire. This opera contains memorable passages, which have ensured its long-lasting success and which many great singers (beginning with Caruso) have recorded and performed: for example the aria of Nadir Je crois entendre encore; the beautiful aria of Léïla Comme autrefois, dans la nuit sombre and, above all, the superb duet between Léïla and Nadir Ton cour n'a pas compris le mien. This Venetian production features an extraordinary Annick Massis as Léïla and the refined staging of Pier Luigi Pizzi.

The Girl from Missouri (1934)

The Girl from Missouri (originally called Born to Be Kissed) is a 1934 American romantic comedy-drama film starring Jean Harlow and Franchot Tone. The movie was written by Anita Loos and directed by Jack Conway.

The Old Homestead (1935)

The Old Homestead is a 1935 American romantic western musical film directed by William Nigh.

Treasure Chest of Horrors II (2013)

Sexy, sinful horror host Mona Screamalot (Penthouse Pet Veronica Ricci) and her crazy backwoods family invite you to take a seat on the couch as they serve up six sick short films from their secret stash of horror trash. Featuring the work of emerging genre directors, this is a bloody and brain-numbing buffet of the bizarre.

The Religious Test (2012)

The Religious Test is a feature documentary film that explores why roughly 20% of Americans have said they would not support a Mormon (a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) for President of the United States. It attempts to inform viewers about perceptions and misconceptions regarding Mormon faith and culture.

Max Maven: A Fabulous Monster (2014)

Max Maven is known for performing what seem to be miracles with no possible explanation. He has probably invented more magic tricks than anyone in the history of a field filled with eccentric genius. This profile of Max Maven is built around his lifelong exploration of the twilight regions of human psychology and some of the lesser known regions of show business. Can Max actually read minds or is he creating illusions based on his mastery of certain psychological insights?

Out in the Open (2013)

Many celebrities and politicians, as well as ordinary people, embrace the LGBT community to help at-risk youth.

Mischief: Joyride (2009)

Mischief 7: JoyRide is the seventh installment of the world's best-selling motorsports documentary. This series has been featured on Dateline NBC, CMT, FOX, MTV and MTV2. Filmed in HD, this two-hour thrill ride is our best movie ever! Synopsis: The Mischief crew is invited to compete in the JoyRide Rally, a high-end rally, similar to the famous Gumball 3000. Seventy exotics travel from sunny Santa Monica, CA to party city New Orleans, LA. The Mischief crew compete with their rally-battered Porsche 996 and Lamborghini Murcielago. With exotics reaching speeds of up to 200 mph on public highways, police are put on full alert across the country and some participants pay the price for ignoring the posted speed limits. By the rally's end, only one car will make it to the finish line. Who will it be? The Mischief crew has been busy all year traveling around the U.S. In Florida, they cover the Palm Beach Supercar Weekend and the Cavallino Classic Concorso d'Eleganza. In Michigan, they document the world's largest one-day car event, the Woodward Dream Cruise, and Dado competes at Speedrift Detroit in his infamous turbo M3. Out west, the crew captures the aftermarket industries hottest rides leaving the Sema show in Las Vegas and captures more than one dozen Ferrari FXXs racing on a track in San Francisco. Mischief 7: JoyRide also covers several exotic drives including the Summer Exotix Run in New Jersey. The usual crazy car stunts and skits that make the Mischief series so popular has not been left out! There are three sick "Reckless" style chapters and an auto abuse chapter that you must see to believe! Mischief 7: JoyRide is real life. No actors. No CGI. The speeds are real. The cops are real. The arrests are real. This isn't Hollywood! With over one million units distributed worldwide and no competition, Mischief is once again taking over the world!

Walking Through the Angels (2014)

A young man without ambition would like to know why his girlfriend kicked him out of her car in the middle of the night. As he walks from East Los Angeles to Santa Monica he learns about keeping and finding love in the City of Angels.

Michael Jordan: Air Time (1993)

Interweaving Jordan's spectacular on-court highlights with an intimate look at his life off the court, MICHAEL JORDAN AIR TIME vividly depicts the life of a basketball icon.

Avril Lavigne: The Best Damn Tour - Live in Toronto (2008)

The Best Damn Tour: Live in Toronto captures Avril Lavigne’s brightest, most colorful concerts to date, Avril’s biggest hits take center stage, including the worldwide smash “Girlfriend,” plus “Complicated,” “Sk8er Boi” and “My Happy Ending.”

Art of War (2009)

Tsun Zu was a Chinese General in medieval China who oultlined strategies of war. In this DVD, Professor George Alexander has taken Tsun Zu's Art Of War and discected it so that we can all understand what it is that this prolific General had in mind. Not only has he highlighted the important points of this master text, he has taken the book and applied it to current times. After explaining the chapters he takes the writings and explains them on a physical level as well as an intellectual level. He is with out a doubt one of the truly great Generals of warfare. His theories and strategies are studied at major war colleges around the world from West Point to Sanderson in the UK.

Cain And Mabel (1936)

Cain and Mabel is a 1936 romantic comedy film designed as a vehicle for Marion Davies in which she co-stars with Clark Gable. The story had been filmed before, in 1924, by William Randolph Hearst's production company, Cosmopolitan, as a silent called The Great White Way, starring Anita Stewart and Oscar Shaw. In this version, Robert Paige introduced the song "I'll Sing You a Thousand Love Songs", with music by Harry Warren and words by Al Dubin, who also wrote "Coney Island", "Here Comes Chiquita", and other songs.

Entr'acte (2002)

Entr'acte is a 1924 French short film directed by René Clair, which premiered as an entr'acte for the Ballets Suédois production Relâche at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris. Relâche is based on a book and with settings by Francis Picabia, produced by Rolf de Maré, and with choreography by Jean Börlin. The music for both the ballet and the film was composed by Erik Satie.

Artie Lange: Jack And Coke (2009)

As raw and offensive as ever, Artie Lange returns to his roots in JACK AND COKE, shot at one of his favorite clubs in his beloved New York City. One of America's funniest stand-up comedians, Lange's irreverent, uncensored humor gets huge laughs from this NYC crowd. The culmination of nearly four years of touring, JACK AND COKE includes nearly an hour and a half of insanely honest, hilarious material. Hope you like it.

Driving Equality Across America (2014)

Driving Equality Across America is the product of a 107-day, 22,000-mile trek through most of the lower 48 states in an effort to meet, interview, and share the stories of LGBT Americans, their allies, and their opponents. In an effort to raise awareness of the various forms of discrimination faced by the LGBT community and the tremendous progress being make toward equality, these interviews give the viewer a better understanding of what it is like to be LGBT in vastly different parts of the country. Many of these interviews tell the stories of LGBT individuals, their personal struggles and incredible accomplishments. Other interviews depict how the LGBT community has employed different ways of combating discrimination across the nation. This film follows the filmmaker's trip across the country as he meets LGBT Americans where they live, in small towns and big cities. Through touching interviews, some heartbreaking, others inspiring, Driving Equality Across America offers a glimpse of the filmmaker's journey into the heart of LGBT America.

Asad (2012)

Asad is a 2012 South African-American short film directed by Bryan Buckley. The film was nominated for the 2012 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film.

Sucker (1998)

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The Youngest Profession (1943)

The Youngest Profession is a 1943 film, directed by Edward Buzzell, and starring Virginia Weidler, Edward Arnold, John Carroll, Scotty Beckett, and Agnes Moorehead. It contains cameos by Greer Garson, Lana Turner, William Powell, Walter Pidgeon, and Robert Taylor.

Vengeance of the Zombies (1973)

Vengeance of the Zombies (Spanish: La rebelión de las muertas) is a 1973 horror film directed by León Klimovsky and starring Paul Naschy. The original Spanish title translates as Rebellion of the Dead Women, or simply Rebellion of the Dead.

Peter Jennings Reporting: The Kennedy Assassination - Beyond Conspiracy (2003)

No other murder in history has produced as much speculation as the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas. Forty years later more than 80% of Americans still believe there was a conspiracy to kill the president and that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone. This film attempts to separate fact from conspiracy theories to get to the truth. "The Kennedy Assassination: Beyond Conspiracy" employs stunning forensic technology that makes it possible for the first time to be an eyewitness to this crime of the century - to see precisely what happened that November day in Dallas. Award-winning animator Dale Myers spent the last decade creating a computer-generated reconstruction of the assassination based on maps, blueprints, physical measurements, over 500 photographs, the Zapruder film and crime-lab and autopsy reports. Myers reconstruction brings viewers as close as anyone could come to actually being in Dealey Plaza on that day. "Beyond Conspiracy" is a program that counters speculation and theory with rational conclusions based on hard evidence as it examines a tragedy that still haunts the American psyche.

A Breath of Hope (2009)

A Breath of Hope is the story of 27-year-old Rachel Nates - struck by the extremely rare and incapacitating lung disease, LAM, in the prime of her life - and her search for a lung donor. Told over the course of a single week in 2008 and through flashbacks of the months leading up to one fateful day, we watch as Rachel and her husband, Brian, wrestle with the monotony, pain, and frustration of awaiting an organ donor. With every struggle to catch her breath, we feel more deeply Rachel's pain and her helplessness, as she waits for the miracle that destiny may never deliver.

The Girl in Lovers Lane (1960)

The Girl in Lovers' Lane is a 1960 American film directed by Charles R. Rondeau following the adventures of two drifters who get involved with the residents of the little town of Sherman. It was parodied on the television show Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Death and Diamonds (1968)

Death and Diamonds (German: Dynamit in grüner Seide) is a 1968 German thriller film directed by Harald Reinl and starring George Nader, Carl Möhner and Heinz Weiss. It was part of the Jerry Cotton series of films about an FBI agent.

A Norml Life (2011)

Patients, doctors and caregivers discuss the current state of medical marijuana in the United States.

Quest for the Real Paul (2005)

Go on a fascinating journey to many of the places where the apostle traveled and taught. Along the way, scholar David Hulme begins to unravel the centuries of accumulated misunderstanding about Paul and his teachings. With modern scholarship shedding new light on the biblical record, an astonishingly different picture of the apostle Paul emerges.

Lang Lang: The Third Dimension at Berghain (2010)

Lang Lang, the world-renowned pianist, gives an exceptional solo recital. The programme includes the first movement of the Appassionata Sonata by Beethoven, the last movement of Prokofiev's Sonata for piano No. 7, Isaac Albéniz's "Evocation" from the first Iberia Book and Chopin's Polonaise No. 6 in A flat major Op. 53, "Heroic".

Summer of the Chew Toy Soul (2011)

What would YOU do if you saw a Sunday School puppet for sale that had been accidentally manufactured with a facial expression of perpetual anxiety? If you were filmmaker Tristan Newcomb, you would buy it & make it the puppet star of a series of existential, surrealist, death-obsessed dark comedies. Best described as a twisted cinematic lovechild of Jan Svankmajer, Roald Dahl and Spalding Gray, this latest movie finds our young puppet hero Dobo (known as "Nintendobo" in his earlier videos) having to spend an entire videogameless summer with his alcoholic father in a bare San Diego apartment. Can head trauma hallucinations and alcohol-fueled escapism help the unhappy duo find common ground in their growing adoration of suicide's benefits? I think we both know the answer to that question.

Terraces (1977)

A soap opera-esque melodrama about the lives and loves of a group of tenants in an upper class high rise complex.

Marcel Ophuls et Jean-Luc Godard, La rencontre de St-Gervais (2010)

In 2009, in a small theater in Geneva, Switzerland, the film directors Marcel Ophuls and Jean-Luc Godard met for an unusual, surprisngly intimate and sometimes contentious dialogue with each other in front of a live audience. Luckily for us, it was filmed.