High School Musical: The Concert - Extreme Access Pass (2007)

Step out of the audience and jump on stage with Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Monique Coleman, Drew Seeley and more of the cast of the award-winning hit movie High School Musical as they perform their chart-topping songs on this sensational DVD.

Frank Caliendo: All Over the Place (2007)

All Over The Place is just what the title describes, capturing the incredible range and versatility of one of America's best comedians. From his many appearances on the Late Show with David Letterman to his weekly picks segment on FOX NFL Sunday, comedian/actor/impressionist Frank Caliendo has been all over television the past few years. Known for his dead-on impressions of famous actors (Al Pacino, Robin Williams, Robert DeNiro), politicians (George W. Bush, Bill Clinton), and broadcasters (John Madden, David Letterman, Jay Leno, Jim Rome), Caliendo's high-energy act is a blend of observations, impressions, characters and anecdotes that build to a frenetic pace. He was once described by Hollywood Reporter as "a combination of Robin Williams and Jim Carrey." The program, taped at Caesar's Palace and on location in L.A., also includes bonus features. Frank, a veteran of television sketch comedy (MadTV, Hype), now stars in his own hit late night TV show-Frank TV-for the TBS network.

CKT The Documentary (2015)

The history of the infamous Clarkston neighborhoods and the three generations on the east side of Atlanta.

Polanski Unauthorized (2009)

An unauthorized chronicle of the life of Roman Polanski.

Playground (1990)

Inspired by the story of one of the NBA’s brightest stars, Michael Jordan’s Playground features Jordan in his acting debut, as he encourages a young player who has just been cut from his high school team.

Dos Calles y una Chica (2014)

Our story is set in southern Spain, in Jerez de la Frontera, a city known as the cradle of flamenco. Full of local color and great background music, it follows Adela, a fictional flamenco costume designer, on an important day in her life. Adela's activities are intercut by scenes from the two streets that intersect near her front window. We see that just as there a rhythm to Adela's life, each street also has its own rhythm. Background music includes the cante (flamenco singing) of well-known flamenco artist Antonio de la Malena, plus original compositions by guitarist Malena Hijo. The dialogue is in Spanish with English subtitles.

Walter: Lessons from the World's Oldest People (2013)

Hunter Weeks and his fiancee set out on an adventure to meet the oldest people in the world and discover their advice for living life to the fullest.

Decasia (2002)

Decasia is a 2002 American collage film by Bill Morrison, featuring an original score by Michael Gordon.

8:46 (2012)

8:46 is a 2011 drama film that simulates the moments of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States directed by Jennifer Gargano (Azano). The film premiered at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival Marche du Film, where it was picked up by Virgil Films and Entertainment. The film was released in September 2012. It won "Best Narrative Short" at the GI Film Festival, "Best Docudrama" and "Best Ensemble Cast" at Atlantic City Cinefest, and was an "Official Selection" of the New York City International Film Festival, Manhattan Film Festival, LA Shorts Fest, GI Film Festival, New Filmmakers New York and Atlantic City Cinefest. A portion of all proceeds of the film were donated to charity Tuesday's Children.

The Outsider (2014)

The Outsider is a 2014 American action crime drama film directed by Brian A. Miller and written by Craig Fairbrass. The film stars Craig Fairbrass, James Caan, Shannon Elizabeth, Jason Patric, Melissa Ordway, and Johnny Messner.

The Anonymous Heroes (1971)

The Anonymous Heroes or Wu ming ying xiong is a 1971 Hong Kong Shaw Brothers action-comedy film directed by Chang Cheh.

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.

Tales from the Royal Wardrobe (2014)

Today, few people's clothes attract as much attention as the royal family, but this is not a modern-day paparazzi-inspired obsession. Historian Dr. Lucy Worsley, Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces reveals that it has always been this way. Exploring the royal wardrobes of our kings and queens over the last four hundred years, Lucy shows this isn't just a public fascination, but an important and powerful message from the monarchs. From Elizabeth I to the present Queen Elizabeth II, Lucy explains how the royal wardrobe's significance goes far beyond the cut and color of the clothing. Royal fashion is, and has always been regarded as a very personal statement to reflect their power over the reign. Most kings and queens have carefully choreographed every aspect of their wardrobe; for those who have not, there have sometimes been calamitous consequences. As much today as in the past, royal fashion is as much about politics as it is about elegant attire.

Led Zeppelin: Dazed & Confused (2009)

A rare look at Led Zeppelin, from their humble beginnings to their status as rock gods. Take a journey where incredible heights and extreme lows helped forge one of the greatest rock bands ever.

Death Calls (2010)

An action-packed love story on the Mexican border featuring oppression, revenge, reincarnation and rebirth.

Barbary Pirate (1949)

A series of pirate boarding's of merchant ships in the Mediterranean Sea prompts the United States State Department to send Major Tom Blake (Donald Woods, True Grit) on a secret mission aimed at stopping the extortion being perpetrated by Yusof, the Bey of Tripoli (Stefan Schnabel, Houdini, Journey into Fear). When saving the Bey’s life puts Blake in his good graces, he learns that the African ruler has a confidante inside the State Department who is telegraphing confidential information about U.S. ships in the region. But after refusing to sign a treaty offered by the United States, the Bey ignores threats of an invasion and orders all Americans in Tripoli imprisoned and executed, forcing Blake to escape and take on the chieftain in order to save lives and end the attacks. This 1880s pirate-espionage adventure was directed by veteran Columbia helmer Lew Landers (Alias Boston Blackie, The Power of the Whistler), and features Trudy Marshall and Lenore Aubert as damsels in distress. Newly remastered.

Lord Byron (2011)

Lord Byron is a film by Zack Godshall and Ross Brupbacher. It premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and is garnering praise from the industry as a technical achievement and from critics as an important work of Southern United States fiction.

Thrill Kill Jack in Hale Manor (1998)

Thrill Kill Jack in Hale Manor is a 2000 independent comedy film produced by the Hale Manor Collective, a trio of Connecticut filmmakers consisting of Mike Aransky, Phil Guerrette and Thomas Edward Seymour. The film parodies action/adventure flicks by following the mystical loner Thrill Kill Jack in his search for a stolen magic gun within the booby-trapped mansion of a master criminal.

Varian & Putzi: A 20th Century Tale (2011)

Varian and Putzi: A 20th Century Tale is a compelling exploration of some of the twists and turns of twentieth century history. This tale of circumstance and choice charts two men's personal journeys and examines their very different responses to epic events. Ultimately, Varian and Putzi is a film about how the actions of a single individual can affect the course of history.

My Morning Jacket: Okonokos (2006)

My Morning Jacket: Okonokos is a live concert film by My Morning Jacket released on October 31, 2006. The film was recorded during the band's fall 2005 Z Tour, over two nights at The Fillmore in San Francisco, California. My Morning Jacket: Okonokos is as much a question as it is an answer. It is an enigma wrapped around a riddle. My Morning Jacket: Okonokos is whatever you want it to be. Filmed by Sam Erickson, mixed by Michael Brauer, and mastered by Bob Ludwig.

Mr. Mike's Mondo Video (1979)

Mr. Mike's Mondo Video is a 1979 movie conceived and directed by Saturday Night Live writer/featured player Michael O'Donoghue. It is a spoof of the controversial 1962 documentary Mondo Cane, showing people doing weird stunts. (The logo for Mr. Mike's Mondo Video copies the original Mondo Cane logo.) Many cast members of Saturday Night Live, including Dan Aykroyd, Jane Curtin, Laraine Newman, Bill Murray, Don Novello and Gilda Radner, appear in Mr. Mike's Mondo Video. People who had previously hosted SNL, or would go on to host (such as Carrie Fisher, Margot Kidder and Teri Garr) make cameo appearances in the film. Others who appear in the film include musicians Sid Vicious, Paul Shaffer, Debbie Harry, Root Boy Slim, and Klaus Nomi; artist Robert Delford Brown; and model Patty Oja.

Ingrid Bergman Remembered (1996)

Her name conjures up beauty, grace, talent and style. One of the greatest actresses of her time, she is best remembered for a natural and vulnerable persona which was so genuine and alluring.

Committed (1991)

A nurse is tricked into committing herself into a mental institution. She's the single sane person in a sea of insanity.

Intuition (2014)

GlobalGirl Media Network Presents: A short film set in Barcelona about a woman who is unable to listen to herself.

Christmas At Maxwell's (2006)

Christmas at Maxwell's is a 2006 American independent drama film written and directed by William C. Laufer, and starring Andrew May and Jacqueline 'Jack' Hourigan.

Drive-In Movie Memories (2001)

This one-hour documentary special is a film celebration of America's greatest icon of youth, freedom and the automobile. What began as an auto parts owner's business venture to make some easy money accidentally became a magical place where romance, fun and a sense of community flourished. This film chronicles the drive-in's birth and development, its phenomenal popularity with audiences of all ages, its tragic decline, and its inevitable comeback as a classic form of Americana. Described by Variety as "slick and entertaining," Drive-In Movie Memories includes photos and footage from the mid-1930s until today, a powerful original music score, and lively interviews with such notables as Leonard Maltin, Barry Corbin, Burton Gilliam, Beverly Garland, Samuel Arkoff, and John Bloom (aka Joe Bob Briggs). Drive-In Movie Memories covers every aspect of the drive-in movie-going experience: early outdoor projection, the marriage of the car and the movie, architects and drive-in construction, sound projection solutions, food trailers and concession stands, families and entertainment, teenagers and passion, church services, celebrity appearances, exploitation films, the effects of television and the VCR, and the drive-in's decline and comeback. Drive-In Movie Memories was an Official Selection at both the Chicago International Film Festival and the Telluride Film Festival, and won the Gold Award at the Houston World Fest. During its film festival tour, it played in over 40 festivals across the nation. Drive-In Movie Memories was produced by Don and Susan Sanders, and directed and edited by Kurt Kuenne, who also composed the musical score. The DVD includes such extra features as a twenty-minute reel of nostalgic concession stand advertisements.

To Catch a Comet (2014)

Deep space. Billions of miles from Earth, Rosetta, a spacecraft the size of a car, travels towards an icy rock 2.5 miles wide that hurtles through space at tens of thousands of miles per hour. Rosetta has been in space for ten years but in the next few days she will do something no other spacecraft has ever attempted: land on the volatile surface of a comet as it flies round the sun. This is the European Space Agency's (ESA) most audacious mission. It has taken a team of brilliant engineers 30 years to get to this point. The mission has been beset with daunting technological challenges, faulty launch vehicles, and the unpredictable and dangerous nature of the comet itself, all of which have conspired to stop the mission in its tracks. If it works, Rosetta is guaranteed to provide a treasure-trove of scientific data, but make no mistake about it, this is a dangerous mission. The rewards may be huge but so are the risks.

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.

Matchbox Twenty Live North (2015)

After releasing their first album in 1996, Matchbox Twenty went immediately to the top of the charts and have remained there ever since. With over 40 million albums sold and countless sold out concerts worldwide, the band have maintained consistent success topping the charts with over 10 #1 singles. Watch Matchbox Twenty perform all their timeless hits live from the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, NJ.

The Road to Armageddon: A Spiritual Documentary (2012)

The Road to Armageddon: A Spiritual Documentary examines the universal concept of the Apocalypse on an intensely personal and spiritual level, not as the end of the world but as the end of you: your body, your mind and, if you're not careful, your soul. The film puts the viewer on the front lines of the eternal battle between good and evil, combining academic interviews with firsthand accounts of divine revelation to bring fresh urgency to the teachings of the world's major religions. Buddhist, Jew, Muslim, Hindi or Christian, the message is the same: spread love, reject hate, walk in the light, avoid the dark, listen to the angels, ignore the demons. The simplest choices you'll ever make lead to the hardest path you'll ever walk...

Titanic: 100 Years On (2012)

The "unsinkable" floating palace set sail from Southampton on 10th April 1912 on her maiden voyage to New York. An iceberg ended this monumental journey 5 days later. Only 705 of the passengers and crew survived. This program features an exclusive look at the Sea City Museum Titanic Exhibit in Southampton, interviews from both survivors and the cast of the blockbuster film.

Taylor Swift: American Beauty (2012)

Taylor Swift has evolved into one of the most popular names in music. With her strong voice and natural charm, she is a beloved icon. This biography goes beyond the music and explores the challenges and triumphs of Taylor Swift, the American Beauty.

Franz Kafka's It's A Wonderful Life (1995)

Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life (1993) is a short comic film for BBC Scotland. Written and directed by Peter Capaldi, it stars Richard E. Grant as Franz Kafka and co-stars Ken Stott.

Zhong Hua jing hua (1992)

A trio of female crime fighters battles drug dealers around the world.

Chinatown After Dark (1931)

Chinatown After Dark is a 1931 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Stuart Paton. The film costars several favorites from the silent film era.

Yoga for the Rest of Us with Peggy Cappy: The Secret to Strength and Balance (2014)

Discover how yoga can come to the aid of anyone, regardless of age and mobility, who wants to increase strength and their sense of balance, both critical for aging bodies.

Shackles (2005)

Hughley stars as Ben, a disillusioned teacher struggling to get his career back on track and escape his own damaged past. Tapped to salvage an inmate teaching program at a state prison, Ben's unorthodox methods win over a hardcore crew of unlikely students. Wielding freestyle rap lyrics like weapons, Ben inspires drop-outs and lifers alike to clean up their act and transform their lives, even talented but troubled teen drug dealer Gabriel (Cantillo), whose raw skills just might be his ticket out of the ghetto after he enters a poetry-slam competition outside the prison walls. But after a deadly jail riot erupts, Ben must fight to survive this private hell. A stone-cold shattering drama, SHACKLES proves how tough it is to break the cycle and make a difference or even make it out alive.

Racing Around the World Alone (2010)

Racing Around the World Alone is a documentary film based on the 2008/2009 Vendee Globe race, with 30 participants who go on a journey to see who can travel the 27,000 miles around the world without any help or assistance during their trip. In addition to that, they must all ride a 60 foot sailboat as their vehicle, and this is truly one of the most grueling challenges a person can take. Over the course of their trip they encounter lots of large ocean creatures and icebergs, and of course erratic weather that can put them in harm's way at any moment.

Bigfoot (2006)

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Hitler's Victory (2002)

This documentary takes a look at what could have happened if Hitler's Nazi forces had invaded the UK in 1940 or 1941 and seized control of the island. Basing the theories on the British resistance movement that was established by the government of Winston Churchill and footage of a small army trained in guerrilla fighting tactics the film details how the British would have fought. A propaganda movie made by the Nazi's and filmed in Belgium gives an insight into how they planned to overpower the British and seize control of every aspect of the lives of the people.

Any Number Can Play (1949)

Any Number Can Play is a 1949 drama film starring Clark Gable and Alexis Smith. It is based on the novel of the same name by Edward Harris Heth.

Unforgotten: Twenty-Five Years After Willowbrook (1997)

Unforgotten: Twenty-Five Years After Willowbrook is a documentary film that was released in 1997. The film shows how the story of Willowbrook State School shocked America when the story was released. In 1972 journalist Geraldo Rivera and a camera crew entered the public school with a stolen skeleton key. In his expose, he showed the world how the mentally challenged were treated as animals, rather than people. Many were ignored and weren't getting the treatment or medical care as needed and were suffering from parasites, pneumonia and hepatitis. In 1975 a federal court had ordered the school to be shut down and the students sent to community group homes. The former students were interviewed 25 years later and they are much better. The students got the medical care and attention that was needed and living much better lives.

The Comedians (1967)

This is an all-star adaptation of Graham Green's novel about the political nightmare that was Haiti under "Papa Doc" Duvalier. The film follows the observations of a white hotel owner and his increasing depression as he watches the Caribbean country decline into barbarism. The characters in his world include a rebel leader, politically "charged" hotel guests, an European ambassador (who he's having an affair with), and a British opportunist arms dealer.

Foreigner: Live (2008)

Universally hailed as one of the most popular rock acts throughout the '70s and '80s, Foreigner still puts on an absolutely thrilling and sensational show thirty years later. Singer Kelly Hansen and lead guitarist Mick Jones are a wicked combination on songs like "Hot Blooded" and "Double Vision." Foreigner's showmanship is outstanding and this sensational concert is packed with smash hits like "Cold As Ice," "Juke Box Hero" and "Urgent," as well as the newest single "Too Late." Song List: Night Life, Head Games, Cold As Ice, Waiting For A Girl Like You, Too Late, Say You Will, Long Long Way From Home, Double Vision, Blue Morning, Blue Day, Dirty White Boy, Starrider, Feels Like the First Time, Urgent, Juke Box Hero, I Want to Know What Love Is, Hot Blooded

The Numbers Station (2013)

The Numbers Station is a 2013 British-American-Belgian action thriller film, starring John Cusack and Malin Åkerman, about a burned-out CIA black ops agent assigned to protect the code operator at a secret American numbers station somewhere in the British countryside. The film was directed by Danish director Kasper Barfoed, written by F. Scott Frazier and the camera work was by Icelandic cinematographer Óttar Guðnason. It was produced by brothers Sean and Bryan Furst of American Furst Films and Nigel Thomas at British production and film finance company Matador Pictures.

Hood (2015)

RJ recruits his old comrades in arms to stop the gangs and the drug lords by stealing their money to give to the poor.

Once Upon a Honeymoon (1956)

Once Upon a Honeymoon is a 1956 American short musical fantasy film sponsored by Bell Telephone. It was directed by Gower Champion, and stars Virginia Gibson, Ward Ellis, Alan Mowbray, Chick Chandler, Veronica Pataky and Russell Hicks. After Once Upon a Honeymoon was featured was mocked on a 1996 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000, the short has gained a cult following. It is in the public domain.

Kandote (2014)

KANDOTE (KAHN-doh-tey) chronicles the journey of Africa's first national men's lacrosse team, Team Uganda, as they work towards achieving their goal of competing in the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships.

Denise Austin: Shrink Your 5 Fat Zones (2012)

Torch Calories, Sculpt Lean Muscles and Burn off the FAT! Blast away unwanted fat with Denise Austin's SHRINK YOUR 5 FAT ZONES. Denise uses her favorite fat-burning cardio exercises to target-tone trouble zones on your butt, belly, back, thighs and arms. Each workout is 10 minutes and delivers maximum calorie-burning results. When you're short on time, get in what you can, and for optimal results, do all 5 Fat Zones for a total-body fat-burning workout that you'll love! BACK Banish back fat and define your shoulders with this intense routine that will have you burning tons of calories while toning up. BUTT Lose inches from your hips and lift your butt with great sculpting moves that will tone and tighten your greatest asset. BELLY Chisel away the fat and get sexy abs with these core strengthening moves that will have you showing off your incredibly defined six-pack. ARMS Get ready to show off your sexy arms and shoulders with great sculpting moves that will tone you up in no time. THIGHS Sculpt long, lean legs and lose inches off your thighs when you tone and tighten this stubborn fat zone.

Tales from the Royal Bedchamber (2013)

Lucy Worsley gets into bed with our past monarchs to uncover the Tales from the Royal Bedchamber. She reveals that our obsession with royal bedrooms, births and succession is nothing new. In fact, the rise and fall of their magnificent beds reflects the changing fortunes of the monarchy itself.

Cathnafola: A Paranormal Investigation (2015)

Paranormal investigations double feature! Cathnafola starts when acclaimed paranormal investigator Chris Halton of Haunted Earth UK receives footage taken by three teenagers at the ruins of Ireland's Cathnafola House. He sets out to research the bloody history of Cathnafola. His own night time investigation at the infamous ruins yields terrifying and disturbing revelations.

The Sign of Four: Sherlock Holmes' Greatest Case (1932)

The Sign of Four is a 1932 British crime film directed by Graham Cutts and starring Arthur Wontner, Ian Hunter and Graham Soutten. The film is based on Arthur Conan Doyle's second Sherlock Holmes story The Sign of the Four. The film is also known as The Sign of Four: Sherlock Holmes' Greatest Case. A young woman needs Sherlock Holmes for protection when she's tormented by an escaped killer. However, when the woman is abducted, Holmes and Watson must infiltrate the city's criminal underworld to track down the young woman.

Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983)

Mickey, Donald, Goofy and all their pals star in an all-time Christmas classic. Ebenezer Scrooge is far too greedy to understand that Christmas is a time for kindness and generosity, but with the guidance of some newfound friends, Scrooge learns to embrace the spirit of the season. Contains tobacco depictions.

The Lost Tomb Of Jesus (2007)

The Lost Tomb of Jesus is a documentary co-produced and first broadcast on the Discovery Channel and Vision TV in Canada on March 4, 2007, covering the discovery of the Talpiot Tomb. It was directed by Canadian documentary and film maker Simcha Jacobovici and produced by Felix Golubev and Ric Esther Bienstock, while James Cameron served as executive producer. The film was released in conjunction with a book about the same subject, The Jesus Family Tomb, issued in late February 2007 and co-authored by Jacobovici and Charles R. Pellegrino. The documentary and book's claims are the subject of controversy within the archaeological and theological fields, as well as among linguistic and biblical scholars.

The Bride Goes Wild (1948)

The Bride Goes Wild is a 1948 American romantic comedy film directed by Norman Taurog. Van Johnson stars as an irresponsible children's book author and part-time playboy called Uncle Bumps, introduced to a non-nonsense children's book illustrator played by Allyson.

The Three-Way Wedding (2010)

As playwright Auguste prepares for the debut of his newest work, he must deal with his feelings for his ex-wife in this 2010 French drama. Things quickly become more complicated when he finds out that his former wife, who is also the play's leading lady, is planning to remarry once the production is over. Soon, Auguste is involved with his young assistant and wishing that he could be involved with both women.

The Indigo Evolution (2006)

The Indigo Children have arrived! Is it possible that children today are being born with amazing spiritual, artistic and intuitive abilities, the likes of which have never been seen before? This documentary examines every aspect of the Indigo Children phenomenon, and introduces us to some of the most amazing examples in the world. In the end there is only one conclusion that can be reached - humanity is evolving, and these children are the first examples of a new reality.

Benji's Very Own Christmas Story (1978)

Benji's Very Own Christmas Story is a 1978 American Christmas television special featuring Benji the dog and is one of two such Benji specials to have been nominated for an Emmy Award. Patsy Garrett and Cynthia Smith reprise their respective roles as Mary and Cindy. The special was broadcast on ABC on December 7, 1978.

George Carlin: Doin' it Again (1990)

One of the greatest comedians ever known, George Carlin, brings us not only his comedy, but also talks about his foul language and euphemisms. They are only words as he likes to say, but many find the things he says on stage quite offensive. His acts include subjects that ruffle the feathers of many in his audience. Such things as cancer, feminists, good ideas, rape, life's moments, and organ donors to outright calling people stupid. Yet he is one of the most loved and well-known comedians because of the fact that he just doesn't care who he offends. If they don't like what he has to say, they can simply choose to not listen.

Introducing Morrissey (1996)

Introducing Morrissey is a video release by Morrissey. The video presents his 1995 British concert tour. It had been available on VHS. On 6 June 2014, it was announced that a DVD version would be released in September 2014.

Ricky Gervais: Out of England - The Stand-Up Special (2008)

Ricky Gervais has risen from relative obscurity in England to become one of the world's biggest multi-media superstars. The award-winning actor and co-creator of 'The Office' and 'Extras' returns to HBO for his first-ever stand-up special on the network. Taped live before a sold-out audience at the WaMu Theater at New York City's Madison Square Garden, the special is a high-spirited hour of Gervais' offbeat observations and understated humor. Topics include his unique takes on such disparate (and often politically incorrect) issues as fund-raising, autism, fame, nursery rhymes, Nazis, moronic friends, obesity and more.

The Big Racket (1976)

Fabio Testi (REVOLVER, CONTRABAND) stars as Inspector Nico Palmieri, a tough police detective tearing apart Rome to bust a ruthless protection racket. But when these violent thugs expand their empire into drugs, rape and murder, Nico throws away the rulebook to unleash his own brand of justice. In a city ruled by fear, there's a fine line between cop and criminal, and one lawman is about to blast it to pieces! Academy Award nominee Vincent Gardenia (DEATH WISH) co-stars in this explosive crime thriller - featuring some of the most amazing stunts in '70s cinema - directed by Enzo G. Castellari (STREET LAW, THE HEROIN BUSTERS), now transferred from original vault materials and packed with explosive new extras.

Eddie Izzard: Unrepeatable (1994)

Unrepeatable is the title of a performance by British comedian Eddie Izzard. It was filmed on 14 March 1994 at the Albery Theatre, released on VHS, and follows his first show, Live at the Ambassadors.

Lipstick (2013)

After young pop idol Arina is raped by a police officer, her pain drives her to insanity. Her sister Keiko, full of anger, won't stop until she finds the man responsible for Arina's downfall and make sure he feels her revenge.

Monsters Wanted (2013)

Monsters Wanted is a 2013 documentary film that was directed by Brian Cunningham and Joe Laughrey. The film marks the directorial debut of Laughrey and is the first feature-length documentary by Cunningham. Monsters Wanted had its world premiere on July 27, 2013, at FandomFest in Louisville, Kentucky, and explores the haunted house industry in Louisville, Kentucky. The film was also released on DVD and VOD August 27, 2013.

The Busy Little Engine (2005)

The Busy Little Engine is a 2005 children's DVD written and directed by Desmond Mullen. It was selected for the 2006 San Diego International Children's Film Festival and reviewed in the professional library journals Booklist, School Library Journal, and Video Librarian. The Busy Little Engine was picked Best DVD by Parenting Magazine in July 2006.

Core (2010)

Core goes to the heart of climbing. Join an international cast of the sport's most dedicated athletes as they stick it when it matters most. Shot in 35mm Ultra HD, get ready to see every detail of some of the nastiest pieces of rock ever climbed.

Strawberry Shortcake: Bright Lights, Big Dreams (2011)

It's an exciting time as Strawberry and her friends are busy preparing for their annual dance competition. There are big prizes, guests are coming to town, and Strawberry and the girls are dedicated to making sure everyone has a berry good time! But they soon find themselves out of step with one another - until they discover that having fun and working together is what winning is all about.

Then There Were None (1996)

More than half a million native Hawaiians were living in the islands at the time of European contact in 1778. Within 50 years, that population was cut in half as Western diseases claimed thousands of lives. A litany of events followed: American missionaries preached unfamiliar ideas and customs; sugarcane and pineapple plantations absorbed individual farmlands; waves of immigrant workers arrived, making Hawaiians a minority in their own land; and WWII brought a lasting military presence. University of Hawai'i sociologists estimate that the extinction of full-blooded Hawaiians could come within the next 45 years. This compelling story of a race displaced and now on the verge of extinction is brilliantly told in this award-winning documentary created by the great-granddaughter of Hawaiian high chiefs and English seafarers.

Pastor Jones: My Sister Loves You (2009)

A distraught woman seeks guidance from a cleric (Jean-Claude La Marre).

Sinatra: Concert for the Americas (1982)

This first-ever U.S. release of this spectacular 1982 concert proves that even at age 66, Francis Albert Sinatra was still the undisputed Chairman Of The Board. Recorded at the Altos De Chavón Amphitheatre in La Romana, the Dominican Republic, this 90-minute epic performance features the legendary Buddy Rich on drums and a special guest appearance by guitarist Tony Mottola on a memorable rendition of "Send In The Clowns."

The Hucksters (1947)

The Hucksters is a 1947 MGM film directed by Jack Conway and starring Clark Gable that marked the debut of Deborah Kerr in an American film. The supporting cast includes Sydney Greenstreet, Adolphe Menjou, Keenan Wynn, Edward Arnold and Ava Gardner. The movie is based on the novel The Hucksters by Frederic Wakeman, Sr., a skewering of the post-World War II radio advertising industry with a racy backdrop for its day involving Gable and his alternating pursuit of Kerr and Gardner.

Bono: God's Favourite Son (2004)

As lead singer with one of the worlds biggest Rock bands, Bono has exemplified the roles of consummate performer and extraordinary songwriter. As the most infuential and proactive artist to link pop and politics he has achieved the unthinkable; regularly holding court with world leaders and, stranger still, being taken seriously by them. Now, for the first time, this documentary traces the extraordinary life of Bono, from his humble beginnings and the formation of U2, to his role as philanthropist and spokesperson for educating and improving the lives of many. Bono: God's Favourite Son tells the complete unauthorized story of how one of the most extraordinary and benevolent figures in Pop music, has changed the face of modern music whilst maintaining his integrity and fighting to improve the lives of others.

All Hat (2007)

All Hat is a 2007 Canadian western comedy film directed by Leonard Farlinger, written by Brad Smith (who also wrote the novel of the same name), and starring Luke Kirby, Keith Carradine, Noam Jenkins, and Lisa Ray.

Tibet: Beyond Fear (2008)

With an opening by Richard Gere and featuring the Dalai Lama, the award winning Tibet: Beyond Fear, hailed by the New York Times as emotional, riveting and compelling, documents a remarkable story of courage and the power of positive thinking.

The Girl Who Shagged Me (2005)

When Dr. Unsound and his evil henchwoman steal the Goddess of Lust, frozen in ice for centuries to prevent her reign of erotic chaos, it's up to super-sexy international espionage agent Johnson (Misty Mundae) to track her down and save the world - at whatever cost!

Dead Trees (2012)

An innocent high school crush turns into an adult obsession.

Humanity's End (2008)

Humanity's End is a 2009 American fantasy science fiction film directed by Neil Johnson. Based upon a story concept by Johnson, and with a screenplay by Johnson and Michael Jonathan Smith, the film stars Jay Laisne, Rochelle Vallese and Cynthia Ickes.

Wrong Rosary (2009)

Wrong Rosary (Turkish: Uzak İhtimal) is a 2009 Turkish drama film directed by Mahmut Fazıl Çoşkun.

The Horde (2012)

The Horde (Russian title: Орда Orda, working title: Святитель Алексий Svjatitelj Alexij) is a 2012 historical film directed by Andrei Proshkin and written by Yuri Arabov. The film is a highly fictionalised narrative of how Saint Alexius healed Taidula Khatun, the mother of the Golden Horde khan Jani Beg, from blindness.

Dance With Me, Henry (1956)

Dance with Me, Henry is a 1956 film starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello. It is the final film that they starred in together, although Costello went on to star in one more film before his death, The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock.

Entangled (2015)

Danielle, a young and vibrant African-American woman, wants a business, home, children and a husband until her dreams are turned into a nightmare. With help from faith, family and friends, Danielle starts to rediscover herself.

7 Years (2006)

7 Years (French: 7 ans) is a 2006 French drama film starring Bruno Todeschini, Valerie Donzelli and Cyril Troley. It is written and directed by Jean-Pascal Hattu. The film explores the sexual tension between a wife and a husband serving a long jail sentence. Valerie Donzelli's performance in the film won her awards at the Seattle International Film Festival and at the Valencia Festival of Mediterranean Cinema[1](in Spanish).

Incredible Creatures That Defy Evolution (2000)

Incredible Creatures That Defy Evolution explores many different genus to expose the various species that have defied the laws of evolution in their development. Many animals that are taken for granted or not generally thought of at all paint a panoramic view of the world like never seen before. Myriad life forms from the land, air, and sea have changed in ways one might not imagine to adapt to their environment with incredible precision for survival. The wonder of creation is given a close examination by scientists and explorers vigorously searching for the unique wonders that inhabit the animal world.

Raw Spice (2001)

The is documentary is about the musical pop group the Spice Girls. It has rare footage and interviews of the girls and crew before they became a world sensation. This documentary will show how the group got their start and interviews with the group will tell where they hope to be in the near future.

Jerseyboy Hero (2011)

Struggling Musicians are a dime-a-dozen down at the famed, Jersey Shore, where all are aspiring to reach for the stars, but in Chris Vaughn's case, he does it literally! Vaughn sets out on his journey to fulfill his life-long dream of getting his original music recorded and heard by the world. Armed with a few faithful believers, one being a blind camera guy, he rallies the Garden State to help him get his music in the hands of one of his two biggest Hometown Heroes, Bruce Springsteen or Jon Bon Jovi. Jerseyboy Hero is an inspiring story of a man with faith in his God-given talents and the passion to pursue the no matter what the outcome.

Bon Jovi: The Circle Tour Live from New Jersey (2010)

The movie Bon Jovi: The Circle Tour: Live From New Jersey is a celebration of the release of the latest DVD of perhaps one of America's favorite rock and roll icons, John Bon Jovi. Watch as he and his legendary band perform all their greatest hits before sold out audiences in a four night extravaganza at the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford New Jersey, the bands home state. Songs include "Shot Through The Heart," " Blaze of Glory," and many, many more. As a special bonus you'll get a sneak preview of his new music video, "What Do You Get."

End of the Rainbow (2007)

End of the Rainbow explores the human dimensions of industrial gold-mining in two remote locations. As the mine's structures and equipment are dismantled in Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo, then transported and reconstructed to begin gold processing in Guinea, West Africa, what unfolds is an elegiac portrait of the changes brought by the mine and of the universal human desire for a better life. A PBS Indies/Global Voices selection.

Blood Descendants (2007)

Jacob Bradford (Michael Wrann) rises from the grave and exacts bloody revenge on the descendants of the men who murdered him.

Wanda Sykes: Sick and Tired (2006)

Cranky and crazy female comic Wanda Sykes' HBO stand up special delivers what audiences have come to expect from her. Funny and insightful takes on the universal frustrations of life. In the special Wanda takes on politicians, old people, men, and much more.

Jurassic Prey (2015)

A mining explosion awakens a savage, prehistoric killing machine. Now a group of thieves and the police who tailed them to a remote hideout must band together for survival as the predator hunts them down.

After All These Years (2013)

Accused of murdering her husband (Barclay Hope), a woman (Wendie Malick) evades police while launching her own investigation.

Palestine Is Still the Issue (2003)

Palestine Is Still the Issue is a 2002 Carlton Television documentary, written and presented by John Pilger, and directed by Tony Stark, inspired by the book Drinking The Sea at Gaza by Amira Haas. Pilger visits the Middle East and tries to discover why peace is elusive.

Gretchen Wilson: Still Here for the Party (2014)

In May of 2004, Gretchen Wilson celebrated the release of her record setting Here For The Party album with several hundred of her closest friends at the famous St. Louis Pageant Theatre. On October 15, 2013 Gretchen returned to The Pageant to perform the groundbreaking album in its entirety for the first time. The one-night-only event was recorded for a live STILL Here For The Party BLURAY/DVD and AUDIO CD release to commemorate the albums 10-year Anniversary. Filmed in HD, multi-track audio recorded, this project contains 2 bonus tracks. This concert contains priceless interviews and outtakes from label presidents, managers, and several others who were there for Gretchen's explosion onto the music scene.

Dracula (2009)

Dracula begins a reign of terror in Hollywood, and Van Helsing seeks revenge.

The Perfect Candidate (2012)

This double shot of short comedies by Dave Campfield pays homage to cult movie icons. First making it's world premiere exclusively on Amazon Instant Video, The Perfect Candidate stars B movie legends Joe Estevez (Soultaker) and Robert Z'Dar (Maniac Cop) as they try to ascend to the nation's highest office as running mates. Then Troma CEO and cult film icon Lloyd Kaufman (The Toxic Avenger) stars as Judge Stoker Browning, presiding over the case of the wrongful death of Steven A. Dracula (Ed Dennehy), the lesser known brother of the infamous count. Featuring cameos scream queen Debbie Rochon and Madman star Paul Ehlers.

Red Stallion In The Rockies (1949)

Red Stallion in the Rockies is a 1949 American Cinecolor film directed by Ralph Murphy. Mary Grant designed the film's costumes.

Fargo Express (1933)

Fargo Express is a 1933 American western film directed by Alan James and starring Ken Maynard, Helen Mack and Roy Stewart.

We Loved Each Other So Much (2003)

WE LOVED EACH OTHER SO MUCH portrays the love of diverse Beirut inhabitants for this diva. Through the music, and the myths that grew around Fairuz, they tell their life stories, and narrate the tragic, stirring history of their city. Their reminiscences, combined with Fairuz' songs and her story, provide a moving commentary on Lebanon's tumultuous history, traces of which are still visible in Beirut's devastated cityscape and bullet-scared building.

Sesame Street: The Great Numbers Game (1998)

1 to 20 is your aim if you want to play this game. With a push of the START button, Elmo, Telly and Gabi find themselves inside The Great Numbers Game. Each number they find leads them to one of Sesame Street's classic counting cartoons. Who will be the winner? Everyone wins when they play The Great Numbers Game!