I'm Not Patrick (2015)
Seth's twin brother Patrick commits suicide, after which Seth has a difficult time asserting his individuality.
The I'm Exhausted Concert (1988)
The sun's too bright, the traffic's going to be bad, there's too many people out there... It's just easier to sit back on the couch and laugh with RICHARD LEWIS.
A group of college kids and their professor unwittingly stumble upon a sealed, abandoned government research facility where a dangerous virus was developed.
Finding Me: Truth (2011)
Finding Me: Truth is a 2011 drama film by director Roger S. Omeus Jr. and a sequel to the 2009 Finding Me.
One Man's Journey to Truth (2011)
"One Man's Journey To Truth" is a story about destruction and rebirth, discovery and truth. Denie Hiestand's journey from obscurity as a farmer and family man into the limitless life as a world-renowned energy healer did not come without tremendous sacrifice, personal loss and sorrow. The film unfolds through poignant interviews with his family and in his own words as he sits perched on the cliffs of New Zealand, majestic mountains rising up behind him. Denie talks about his despair and his discovery of a force so powerful that he could not ignore it. He followed a persistent, compelling voice that urged him to jump from security into obscurity and ultimately allowed him to fly. The words of this modern-day prophet gives hope to the lost and offers a road map to those seeking meaning in life and the strength to pursue dreams. Under a pile of debt, feeling worthless, Denie was emotional bereft. No one had taught him how to deal with his feelings or his emotions. No one taught him how to work through his problems or to know his heart. He did not know that it is acceptable for men to be fallible, to be less than perfect. He did not know that it is OK to ask for help or to reach out for love. Instead, he lashed out to everyone around him and lived an angry life. He was depressed and he pushed away the people that loved him most. One day on a trip to nowhere in the mountains of New Zealand, he discovered his gift. He discovered his own inner energy and strength. Suddenly Denie was awakened to his personal possibilities. He was alert. He began to feel happy. He was alive! He knew that he could not go back to the death that was his former life. To make the final step, he had to let go of everything. He sold his farms, paid his debts, left his wife and children, and left New Zealand in search of his true self. He went alone. This is a film that shares his journey to discovery.
Mission Accomplished: Langan in Iraq (2007)
This beautifully made motion picture looks into the life of a young woman from the Shandong province, during the late 1920's and early 1930's. This young woman is on her way to marrying a man through a prearranged circumstances. The man she is marrying is the wealthy owner of a wine distillery. Through her incredible journey, this young woman is abducted, raped, and essentially left for dead. After these unfortunate circumstances, her husband mysteriously dies. The young lady has now become the sole owner of her now deceased husband's valuable asset. However, despite her recent fortune there is an ominous dark cloud making its way towards her future.
Elephant Walk (1954)
Elephant Walk is a 1954 Paramount Pictures film, directed by William Dieterle, and starring Elizabeth Taylor, Dana Andrews, Peter Finch and Abraham Sofaer. It is based upon the novel Elephant Walk by "Robert Standish", the pseudonym of the English novelist Digby George Gerahty (1898–1981). It was originally intended to star the husband and wife team of Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh (with Olivier in the Finch role). However Olivier was already committed to the project The Beggar's Opera (1953). Leigh was enthusiastic about the role and continued in her husband's absence, but she was forced to withdraw from production shortly after filming began in Colombo, Ceylon, as a result of bipolar disorder. According to Leonard Maltin's annual Movie Guide book, Leigh can be seen in some long shots that were not re-filmed after Elizabeth Taylor replaced her.
Hard Knocks (2009)
The wait is over! The critically acclaimed Pro Wrestling documentary finally comes to video, along with over 80 minutes of unseen interviews, deleted scenes and special features.
Professional wrestling is an industry largely misunderstood by the general public and an industry that has been victim of ridicule time and time again. Over the past few years in particular, the professional wrestling world has been thrust into complete turmoil after the deceiving and biased portrayal of certain events by the national media. The deaths of top wrestlers in their prime as well as numerous steroid scandals have been used to kick the industry when it's down.
Hard Knocks dives deep into this bizarre fusion of sport and theatre in order to uncover the true art of professional wrestling; blending combat and athleticism with drama and showmanship to captivate the minds of the audience, suspending any disbelief that what they are seeing is not real. Although you can hardly epitomize it as simply 'real' or 'fake', there is no denying the tremendous skill and aptitude required of each performer. Yet despite this and the often harsh realities of each match, to most people, professional wrestling is a laughing stock. Director Arthur Cauty interviews wrestlers, referees and promoters alike, with world famous stars of the WWE aligning with the stars of tomorrow to voice their opinions, revealing startling truths about this illusive business. This film will shock and astound, leaving you with a new found respect for professional wrestling and the men and women who dedicate their lives and bodies to this obscure art form.
Se7en Signs: A Traveling Film (2013)
Six filmmakers. Six countries. One journey. Innersection Films continues its pioneering adventures in collaborative filmmaking with the release of SE7EN SIGNS.
Cult Witness (2010)
At the age of 19 Samuel Stefan, consumed by crisis, was drawn into a cult. It would be 10 years before he was able to escape. To better explain his experience, he put together an intelligent exploration of how cults attract and manipulate their followers. Throughout the documentary, we hear from six others who have freed themselves from cults and share their disturbing firsthand experiences.
Stefan unravels the hidden world of cults, the hold they have on their victims, the reasons people form and fall prey to them as well as what takes place within. In addition, analytical insights into the cult experience are provided by experts who have studied many aspects of cult-related problems. This is a film about the indomitable human spirit.
Speak No Evil (2013)
When all the children in a small religious town disappear, panic spreads quickly. But when the children finally return, they begin attacking the parents, and it becomes clear that they are possessed by a demon. The town is forced into a desperate and violent campaign to eliminate the possessed children, but one mother refuses to believe that her daughter is lost to the devil and will do whatever it takes to keep her alive, and save her from the demon inside.
Dead Hunt (2007)
Ten movie reviewers are invited to a party by the host of a website devoted to horror films. The party is in full swing when the power - and the lights - abruptly go out. A mysterious, black-hooded figure has cut the main wiring. The party's over. After the host goes to check the circuit breakers, the guests are shocked when they find one of their fellow reviewers dispatched in a grisly fashion. Panic sets in after another reviewer is found killed in a bizarre manner. Cryptic notes left with the bodies hold the only clue to the reason for the psychopath's rampage. The terrified group try to evacuate the building, only to find that they can't - all the doors have been electrified. Realizing they are trapped in a dark, foreboding warehouse with a madman, the survivors look for another way out. Their search leads them to the creepy older section of the building, where danger and death lurk in every shadow. Can they find another way out? Can they hide from the demented killer? Or are they all destined to become targets of the DEAD HUNT?
Scavenger Hunt (2013)
Scavenger Hunt is a breathtaking documentary that takes place in the northern hills of Arizona. The condor population is extremely low, and a group of scientists are out to discover why the winged creature is so scarcely populated. A discovery is made, but the new research proves to be quite shocking. A local group of biologists decide that Arizona must reinvigorate the condor population by importing the breed from other states. The scientists and biologists work together in order to save the condor population.
Bordertown Gun Fighters (1943)
Bordertown Gun Fighters is a 1943 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Norman S. Hall. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, George "Gabby" Hayes, Anne Jeffreys, Ian Keith, Harry Woods and Edward Earle. The film was released on July 8, 1943, by Republic Pictures.
Skiing Everest (2009)
Skiing Everest is an American adventure documentary directed by Les Guthman and Mike Marolt; written by Les Guthman, and featuring high-altitude skiers Mike Marolt, Steve Marolt, John Callaghan, Jim Gile, Hans Kammerlander, Chris Davenport, Laura Bakos, Mark Newcomb. The film also features Fredrik Ericsson, who died skiing on K2 in 2010.
Filmed by Mike Marolt over ten years, Skiing Everest tells the story of a group of close friends, led by Marolt and his twin brother Steve, who grew up in Aspen, Colorado, and went on to become the first skiers from the Western Hemisphere to ski from above 8,000 meters (26,247 ft.) when they skied from the summit of Shisha Pangma in Tibet in 2000, and then challenged the highest slopes in the world on Mount Everest and Cho Oyu.
The film follows the Marolts and their childhood friends Jim Gile, and John Callahan, who was an Olympic cross-country skier, on skiing expeditions into the death zone above 26,000 ft., without using bottled oxygen. At the top of the world, they lock into their skis and challenge the most dangerous slopes in the world.
Skiing Everest also tells the history of high-altitude skiing, dating back to the 1930s, and includes interviews with Hans Kammerlander, who was the first to ski from the summit of Everest; Laura Bakos, the first woman to ski from the summit of an 8,000 m. peak; and Chris Davenport, the two-time world extreme skiing champion, who is an avid ski mountaineer as well. And it tells the Marolts' personal story: the sons of U.S. Olympic skier Max Marolt, who grew up in Aspen, before it became an internationally famous ski destination and who took to skiing in the hope of escaping what was an isolated, decaying former mining town.
Skiing Everest was shown in film festivals and theaters in 2009-2011 and was bought by ESPN in July 2011 for broadcast in the United States and Europe. It debuted on ESPN Classic in November 2011 with six primetime broadcasts over the weekend of November 18–20.
Skiing Everest was converted from 2D to 3D in 2012 by Blue Hemisphere 3D. It will premiere in December 2012 and be released in theaters and on 3D Blu-ray Disc in January 2013.
Everest in a Day (2013)
Do you need to be mad to run up and down a very big hill in just 24 hours? No, you just need to be passionate about a cause - in this case, mental health. This inspirational film follows the ups and downs of Mal Law as he knocks off a personal Everest. Everest in a Day was conceived as a training run for Mal's even bigger challenge, CoastPathRun, a 1,014 kilometer running odyssey along the length of the UK's longest trail, the South West Coast Path, that Mal will attempt with Englishman Tom Bland June 17th through July 1st, 2012.
Crash Drive (1959)
Crash Drive is a 1959 British racing car film starring Dermot Walsh, which was produced by the Danziger Brothers.
Santa's Christmas Crash (1995)
Santa Claus dozes off while making his traditional Christmas Eve delivery run and crash-lands in the African desert. As children around the world await his visit, a band of desert children replace the damaged presents and help.
A Day in the Life of a Professional Wrestler (2010)
A Day in the Life of a Professional Wrestler
Gabriel Iglesias: I'm Not Fat... I'm Fluffy (2009)
Gabriel Iglesias returns to the stage in this all-new comedy special where he performs in front of a packed house at the historic Plaza Theatre in El Paso, Texas. Go to the restroom before you watch this and be ready to watch it again and again. I'm Not Fat...I'm Fluffy will be a classic!!!
Pixel Poetry: A Film About Games, Art, Society, and Culture (2014)
In this film, through the voices of many within the industry, we discuss the benefits that video games have created for everyday people, as well as the challenges they have faced in being legitimized as art and the alleged violent and addictive qualities they are claimed to have. Along with this, we also discuss the effects of the indie community on games, and how video games are being embraced in everyday life.
Yukon Flight (1940)
Yukon Flight (aka Renfrew of the Royal Mounted in Yukon Flight) is a 1940 American film directed by Ralph Staub and released by Monogram Pictures, starring James Newill, Louise Stanley, Dave O'Brien and William Pawley. The film uses a musical/action formula, similar to the format of the "singing cowboy" films of the era.
Atlantic Flight (1937)
Atlantic Flight is a 1937 film made by Monogram Pictures chiefs Trem Carr and W. Ray Johnston who had just reformed the studio after having had a troubled merger for two years with Herbert J. Yates and Republic Pictures. This film was conceived as a low-budget feature meant to capitalize on Dick Merrill's and Jack Lambie's historic "Coronation Flight", which made them world famous. Recreating the flight that made him famous, Dick Merrill, along with co-pilot Jack Lambie reprise their real-life roles as pilots.
Britney Spears: Unbreakable (2009)
Look into the glamorous and tumultuous life of pop sensation Britney Spears. From her incredible skyrocketing ascent into stardom to her personal troubles and downfalls.
The Healing Prophet: Solanus Casey (2006)
Solanus Casey might very well become the first America born male Saint. He was a beloved Capuchin Friar who many believe had the ability to heal the sick and prophesize the future. Stories abound of how Solanus' prayers made miracles happen. He was a role model for his time and continues to be so for people today, which is why he has become a candidate for Sainthood. Solanus Casey was born in 1870 on a Wisconsin farm to Irish immigrant parents. He had a very religious upbringing, along with 15 brothers and sisters, two of whom died during the Diphtheria Epidemic. Solanus faced such tragedies as these, by turning to God for strength and guidance. In fact, his encounter with a fatal stabbing, solidified his desire to become a Priest. He struggled through years of religious studies and was eventually ordained a Simplex Priest and assigned the job of Porter. Many believe his lowly position as the Doorkeeper of the Monastery was providential, as it brought him into closer contact with the people, especially the poor and sick. In 1924, he became the Porter of St. Bonaventure in Detroit, where his reputation as the "Peoples Priest" and the "Holy Priest" only increased. During the Great Depression, his concern for the poor inspired the Detroit Capuchins to establish their first Soup Kitchen. His prayers and counsel helped sustain many families during the Polio Epidemic and WWII. Solanus knew when someone would live or die. And he helped people accept the Will of God regardless of the outcome and to have a "happy death." Father Solanus died in 1957 at the age of 86, and his body is entombed in the Monastery at St. Bonaventure. The Solanus Casey Center was built in 2002 as a Pilgrimage Center for all faiths to learn about the living legacy of Father Solanus. And also to bear witness to the miraculous healings that continue to take place today in his name.
Reign of Terror (1949)
Reign of Terror (also known as The Black Book) is a 1949 American drama film directed by Anthony Mann and starring Robert Cummings, Richard Basehart and Arlene Dahl. The film is set during the French Revolution. Plotters seek to bring down Maximilien Robespierre and end his bloodthirsty Reign of Terror.
City of Missing Girls (1941)
City of Missing Girls is a 1941 American film directed by Elmer Clifton.
Sunnyside is a 1919 American short silent film written, directed and starring Charlie Chaplin. It was his third film for First National Pictures.
Murder by Proxy, released in the United States as Blackout, is a 1954 British crime drama film directed by Terence Fisher. It stars Dane Clark and Belinda Lee. The screenplay concerns a man who is offered money to marry a woman.
The Concorde... Airport '79 (1979)
The Concorde ... Airport '79 is a 1979 American air disaster film (in the UK, it was released a year later as Airport '80: The Concorde) and the fourth and final installment of the Airport franchise. Panned by critics, the film also flopped at the box office. Produced on a then high budget of $14 million, it earned a little over $13 million, thus ending the enormous financial success of the Airport franchise.
The film was directed by David Lowell Rich. The ensemble cast includes George Kennedy, who appeared in all four films from the Airport series. Alain Delon and Robert Wagner also star, while Mercedes McCambridge and Martha Raye have cameos.
Tommy Tiernan: Something Mental (2008)
Winner of 6 International comedy Awards, Irish stand-up superstar Tommy Tiernan finally hits America with Something Mental. Wild, unpredictable and politically incorrect Tommy is now regarded as one of the top stand-ups in the world. Unleashing a torrent of satire, offbeat observations and hilarious stories he continues his interrogation into the big ideas, sex, family, religion. Nothing is sacred ground as he takes the audience by the hand and leads them into the devilish wonderland of his mind where he revels in the world's absurdity. You're in the hands of a master here!
Halo Effect (2012)
Three of the world's best kayakers take a two-month journey to the Scandinavian paddling meccas of Iceland and Norway.
You Don't Need Feet to Dance (2013)
Though left mostly paralyzed from a childhood bout with polio, West African emigrant Sidiki Conde teaches music and dance and navigates through the difficulties of life in New York City.
Thank God It's Friday (2013)
"Some have the idea that religious settlers are aggressive and dangerous and don't smile", says Tehiya Diteshiam. "But we're human, OK? Normal." Tehiya lives in the West Bank settlement of Halamish. With its well-swept roads, shaded parking spaces and neat rows of whitewashed houses, it's a direct contrast to the impoverished dry Palestinian village just across the valley. "We want our land back but they don't want to give it to us", explains one very young Palestinian boy to his mother. "Until they give it back, we will keep throwing rocks."
Such is the military presence in this region, opportunities for rock-throwing are plentiful. Minor acts of aggression against the nearby settlement are viewed more as a wholesome pastime than ill-advised trouble-making. Young pre-teen brothers gaily speed past their mother to the front-line to roll burning tyres down the hillside into Israeli troops.
As the Friday violence reaches its climax the Palestinian protesters try to reach the settlement and the army fights them back. Inside the settlement teenagers watch the ritual playing out; "You can see, they're trying to tell us something but we don't pay attention". But their initial confidence falters as the Palestinian determination and the violence escalates; "They should come and talk to us...We don't want to live like this every Friday. And I hope they don't " In uniquely reflexive sequences, both communities are given the opportunity to watch the troubling footage of the Friday battles. The Palestinian community is there to watch, offering loud applause. But only a handful of the settlers bother to attend their own screening. Their reaction is scornful, describing the film as overly negative; "There is no hope here if you look at this film", says Tahiya. But the documentary has troubled her and it's written across her face. With the status quo there can certainly be no hope.
After surviving the electric chair, a serial killer continues his grisly reign of terror.
The Angry Brigade: The Spectacular Rise and Fall of Britain's First Urban Guerilla Group (1973)
This documentary, produced by Gordon Carr for the BBC (and first shown in January 1973, shortly after the trial), covers the roots of the Angry Brigade in the revolutionary ferment of the 1960s, and follows their campaign and the police investigation to its culmination in the 'Stoke Newington 8' conspiracy trial at the Old Bailey-the longest criminal trial in British legal history. Produced after extensive research-among both the libertarian opposition and the police-it remains the essential study of Britain's first urban guerilla group. Between 1970 and 1972 the Angry Brigade used guns and bombs in a series of symbolic attacks against property. A series of communiqus accompanied the actions, explaining the choice of targets and the Angry Brigade philosophy: autonomous organization and attacks on property alongside other forms of militant working class action. Targets included the embassies of repressive regimes, police stations and army barracks, boutiques and factorie
Return To Blood Fart Lake (2012)
A killer returns from the grave to continue his unholy work.
White Water Summer (1987)
White Water Summer is a 1987 American drama film directed by Jeff Bleckner.
The Hornet's Nest (1955)
It is late at night in Chelsea and footsteps echo along a deserted cul-de-sac. The lone figure is that of ‘Posh’ Peterson, a notorious thief. He has with him a bag, filled with stolen jewels, which he later hides in a barge. Unknown to him, he has been observed by two old ladies. A week later the barge is hired as a home by two young models, and when Posh returns to claim his ill-gotten goods, the bag is missing.
Butterfly Crush (2010)
Butterfly Crush is a 2010 film, written and directed by New Zealand filmmaker Alan Clay. It was adapted from his novel Dance Sisters. The story is about an Australian female song and dance duo whose chance at success is jeopardized when one of them gets involved with a cult group.
Al Capone: Icon (2014)
Al Capone is a gangster that is known for his bloody inhumane violence. Take a look at his life and how he managed to build an empire on the streets of New York. Al Capone maintained valuable connections and organized modern day crime that affects the streets still to this day.
Terror Squad (1988)
Terror Squad is a 1987 American film directed by Peter Maris and set in Kokomo, Indiana. The film is especially famous in Kokomo, where the majority of it was shot.
Timber War (1935)
Jim Dolan (Maynard) is hired by a powerful lumber family to discover who is sabotaging their lumber mill. Jim decides to adopt the identity of the owner's never-seen weak-willed playboy son, Larry Keene, to infiltrate the mill and reduce suspicion. Jim discovers that the mill's manager is being paid by rival timber-baron Murdock (Oakman) to put the mill out of business, and he begins to find the evidence to oust the traitor. Meanwhile, Jim tries to help the real Larry Keen become braver and gain a backbone to go against Murdock and all the other competing mills who want to ruin his family. A plan is formed to catch the manager and Murdock in the act, leading to a thrilling, action-filled conclusion.
Faster & Faster (2004)
Faster & Faster brilliantly captures the events which made the 2003 and 2004 MotoGP seasons so extraordinary - the tire-smoking arrival of the 215mph Ducati missiles; the shocking death of rising star Daijiro Katoh; the drama of Sete Gibernau's wild battles with Valentino Rossi; and the Italian's switch from the all-conquering Honda to the underdog Yamaha - a move which was to seal the Rossi legend. This is the story of an epic time in MotoGP, in the words and actions of the world's greatest motorcycle racers.
It’s CARRIE by way of THE WIZARD in this revenge flick about a bullied teen who gets his hands on a pair of gloves that grant him telekinetic powers. Every day, Alex contends with a malicious girlfriend, a nasty boss, and an abusive step-father. His life changes when his friend, a brilliant scientist, invents a pair of psychokinetic gloves. When Alex accidentally kills the man in a struggle over the gloves, the teen finally snaps and goes on a revenge fueled spree against all who wronged him.
The Avengers (1998)
The Avengers is a 1998 American action spy film adaptation of the British television series of the same name from the 1960s, directed by Jeremiah Chechik. It starred Ralph Fiennes and Uma Thurman as secret agents John Steed and Emma Peel, and Sean Connery as Sir August de Wynter, a mad scientist bent on controlling the world's weather. Patrick Macnee, who played John Steed on the original series, makes a vocal cameo as the voice of Invisible Jones.
The Adventures of Charlotte and Henry (2008)
Two best friends confront a local bully and attempt to rescue their dog in this family-friendly adventure based on the beloved book series.
The multiple themes of the movie "Looper" make it difficult to assign just one genre. In its most basic form it has more than enough action to satisfy almost all thrill seekers. At the same time it presents itself as a classic sci-fi that examines all of the paradoxes of time travel. But the trailer doesn't do justice to all of it's elements. It contains some romance, twisting and turning suspense, and even explores the depths of the human psyche and emotions.
All Hallows' Eve (2007)
Friends tell each other terrifying tales on Halloween.
Pingu: Igloo Adventures (2013)
See Pingu in these hilarious fun-filled adventures. Pingu spends his days in the South Pole with his family and friends, but the mischievous penguin always manages to get himself into slippery situations. Grab your sled and join the fun and excitement with everyone's favorite little penguin- Pingu!
School For Scoundrels (1960)
School for Scoundrels is a 1960 British comedy film, directed by Robert Hamer, starring Ian Carmichael and Terry-Thomas, and inspired by the "Gamesmanship" series of books by Stephen Potter. It has been remade twice: in Bollywood in 1975 under the title Chhoti Si Baat, and in Hollywood in 2006 as School for Scoundrels.
Mama Heidi (2004)
In 1994, Heidi and Rolland Baker arrive in Mozambique amidst the hard times following the Mozambique Civil War. Even the Red Cross trucks were not safe and were bombed. Before coming to Mozambique, Heidi and Rolland worked as missionaries in Indonesia and China. After hearing about the conditions in Mozambique, they decided to go there and work with the poorest of the poor. They make a difference by adopting a dilapidated orphanage. The children had all kinds of diseases and sometimes even ate rats to survive. Heidi and Rolland began caring for the children, educating and feeding them.
During the hard times, sometimes even threatened by death, Heidi and Rolland experienced amazing miracles of healing for the blind, crippled and those afflicted with AIDS.
Currently, Heidi and Rolland provide three residential orphanages and schools, caring for 700 children. Hundreds more are cared for by many of their thousands of pastors. The Bakers serve the most forgotten, including street children, prostitutes, the imprisoned and those surviving off a huge city dump.
This documentary shows how Heidi and Rolland are a powerful inspiration for many in Mozambique, Africa and around the world.
World Cup Soccer in Africa: Who Really Wins? (2010)
For four action-packed weeks in June and July 2010, the largest international television audience ever to follow a single event will be watching the FIFA Soccer World Cup in South Africa. But what will happen after the trophy is lifted, the caravans move on, and the dogs stop barking...International heavyweights like Archbishop Desmond Tutu, construction workers, FIFA's Communications Director, street traders, politicians, and sports celebrities, wade into the debate. National pride, corruption and even murder feature in this astonishingly candid film which peels back the glossy media veneer to expose the real concerns of ordinary South Africans: hopes about jobs, the eviction of school children to make way for construction company offices, the removal of an inconvenient community, and what traditional medicine and the influence of the ancestors might mean for the fortunes of the local team..
"... the uncomfortable truth is that the money spent on getting ready for this event could have been spent far more productively in lifting South Africa's people out of poverty. Sure, it's a [bad] vibe to put out at a time of such unmitigated optimism, but Craig Tanner and the [folks] at Levitation Films believe it's something that needs to be said. And it is!" - FHM Magazine
Models Inc. (1952)
Models Inc. (UK: That Kind of Girl) is a 1952 American film noir crime film directed by Reginald Le Borg and starring Howard Duff and Coleen Gray.
Werewolf Rising (2014)
Werewolf Rising is a 2014 horror film that was written and directed by BC Furtney. The film was released to DVD in the United Kingdom on 22 September 2014 and was later released in the United States on 14 October. The movie stars Bill Oberst Jr. and Melissa Carnell, who portrays a young woman that finds herself the unwitting prey of a werewolf.
Blood Reunion 3: Hunters (2015)
The third and final installment in Jim DeVault's Blood Reunion Trilogy. The vampire, Morgan Locke, has been tracked down again, and the vampire hunter, Nathaniel Phillips, along with an unlikely ally, must put a final end to the ancient evil.
Fireman Sam: Brave New Rescues (2011)
Fireman Sam and his friends work together to save the day when Mike's kitchen catches fire, Dilys gets stuck out at sea and Norman cries wolf.
Pablo Francisco: They Put it Out There (2011)
A fashion designer from Paris - Pablo Francisco - shakes up critics and photographers when he dresses his models in surprising look for the annual Paris Fashion Week. He doesn't know it, but his rival - Jean VanDeer - has implemented a campaign to destroy Pablo's reputation.
When Pablo finds out, he is already in a hotel room in Monaco while celebrating with champagne and models. He stops his vacation promptly and starts to trick the media into thinking he has gone crazy. What ensues is both hilarious and touching, as Pablo breaks all the rules to make everything right.
The Unseen: Best of the Booth Brothers (2012)
From acclaimed filmmakers The Booth Brothers (Death Tunnel (Sony Pictures), Spooked, The Possessed, Children Of The Grave (as seen on SyFy and Chiller) comes THE UNSEEN.
A celebration of The Human Spirit and it's Ghosts. What the networks could not show, uncensored, uncut. The truth behind the twisted paranormal cases that left the abandoned structures infested by ghosts. These are all true stories with real ghost evidence that will leave emotionally moved, shocked and hungry for more! "A compassionate message for all Ghost Hunters alike".
Lavell Crawford: Can a Brother Get Some Love (2011)
Lavell Crawford is quickly climbing the comedic ranks, taking second place in NBC's Last Comic Standing, he one of the fastest rising stars in Comedy. In "Can a Brother Get Some Love" Lavell takes the stage at the Historic Roberts Orpheum Theatre in his hometown of St. Louis and brings the house down with a classic side-splitting, performance. Taking on topics such as life in heaven, President Obama and a hilarious bit on a Mama's unconditional love and the universal rules of grocery shopping with your mama ("You better not touch nothin ... ask for nothin ... or say nothin"), Crawford will keep you laughing out loud in this instant comedy classic.
Earth: The Inside Story (2014)
Trace the geologic story of our home planet, beginning with its formation four-and-a-half billion years ago and continuing with its evolution to the present. Shot in top geologic hot spots on all seven continents, interspersed with footage of earthquakes and volcanoes from Nepal to Antarctica, this film features a diverse group of leading geologists who reveal the latest thinking about how the Earth works, from the core to the crust and up into the atmosphere. Earth: The Inside Story contrasts Earth's geology with that of other planets in our solar system, dramatically underscoring how unique our planet is, and delves into the unpredictable sequence of geologic and cosmic events that happened before we humans made our appearance on Earth just a few million years ago. Working up to modern times, the film lends scientific perspective to a question people are asking in light of recent news coverage of major earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, and extreme weather: Are the Earth's natural systems undergoing a period of intense upheaval?
You Don't Like the Truth: 4 Days Inside Guantanamo (2010)
You Don't Like The Truth: Four Days Inside Guantanamo is an award-winning 2010 documentary. The film focuses on the recorded interrogations of Canadian child soldier Omar Khadr, by Canadian intelligence personnel that took place over four days from February 13–16, 2003 while he was held at Guantanamo. It presents these with observations by his lawyers and former cell mates from the Bagram Theater Internment Facility and Guantanamo Bay detention camps.
The film premiered at the Festival du nouveau cinéma in Montreal in October 2010. The film was shown to Canadian parliamentarians in October 2010. Khadr's defence attorney's planned to show the film during their summation if Khadr's trial went forward. According to the Montreal Gazette the film-makers Luc Côté and Patricio Henriquez also produced a series of short YouTube videos as a companion to the feature-length documentary.
Outlaws of Santa Fe (1944)
Outlaws of Santa Fe is a 1944 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Norman S. Hall. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Helen Talbot, Wally Vernon, Twinkle Watts, Charles Morton and Herbert Heyes. The film was released on April 4, 1944, by Republic Pictures.
Vincent: A Life in Color (2008)
Vincent is followed as he performs fashion shows on the bridges of Chicago for tour boats.
Rules of the Road (1993)
This program covers 38 United States Coast Guard Navigation Rules and Regulations, which have been developed for both inland and international waters. Not only will you learn what the rules are, but how to apply, understand and operate your vessel under any condition of visibility.
Hvordan vi slipper af med de andre (2007)
A satirical drama revealing the consequences of the Danish government's "New Copenhagen Criteria", a new policy aiming at securing the nation's survival. Citizens who fail to meet the criteria - those who have received more from society than what they have contributed - are eliminated.
Teenage Millionaire (1961)
Teenage Millionaire is a 1961 American comedy film directed by Lawrence Doheny and written by Lawrence Doheny and Harry Spalding. The film stars Jimmy Clanton, Rocky Graziano, ZaSu Pitts, Diane Jergens, Valerie Ziegler, Cheyenne Boyer, Gabriella Taliani, Maurice Gosfield and Eileen O'Neill. The film was released on August 17, 1961, by United Artists.
Dark Metropolis (2010)
Dark Metropolis is a 2010 science fiction film with political and spiritual overtones, written and directed by Stewart St. John. It is the second part of the Creation Wars saga, following The Next Race: The Remote Viewings. Two more sequels are planned.
Christopher Titus: Love Is Evol (2009)
Recognized as one of the greatest comedians working today, Christopher Titus, star of the Fox hit TV show "Titus," is back with an all-new Comedy Central special, "love is Evol." Building off the success of "Norman Rockwell is Bleeding" and "The 5th Annual End of the World Tour," this hilarious and unflinching look at dating, marriage, and divorce is a tour de force on all things love. "Love is Evol" will fix your relationship or destroy it. Either way... you're welcome.
The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley: The Case of the Logical i Ranch (1994)
Those pint-sized crime detectives are at it again - this time "dude-style.
Private Snuffy Smith (1942)
Private Snuffy Smith is a 1942 American film directed by Edward F. Cline and starring Bud Duncan as Snuffy Smith.
An Evening with Kevin Smith (2002)
An Evening with Kevin Smith is a DVD featuring Question and Answer sessions that the comedian and filmmaker Kevin Smith held with his fans at various American colleges in 2001/2002. The colleges were: Clark University, Cornell University, Indiana University, Kent State University and University of Wyoming. During the sessions, Kevin Smith answers questions regarding his movies, as well as his life. He discusses how he got started in the movie industry, how different films came about, his friendship with Jason Mewes, and his relationship with the media, fans, and various other celebrities.
Road 2 Smoke Out (2013)
The experiences of the original garage-built chopper rally and the culture of the infamous biker magazine "The Horse Backstreet Choppers."
Santa Smokes (2002)
JOHNNY - a struggling actor - fights the epic battle to "make it" in the Big Apple. Girlfriend SUE - a corporate lady - nags him to get a real job Buddy JASON - a homophobic dancer - fuels Sue's suspicion MR. JOHNSON - a shadow from Johnny's past - demands pay back for old vices. As we speculate what Johnny's past is all about Johnny decides to make money. Dressed up as SANTA CLAUS he hands out flyers in the New York Xmas frenzy. In the midst of chaos beautiful ANGEL appears. She reproaches Santa for smoking in public, abducts him into her dream world and off we go to a wonderful version of boy meets girl. During his voyage from aspiring actor to Santa-provocateur Johnny finds bittersweet romance and reveals the dark sides of Santa Claus.
Border Shootout (1989)
Border Shootout (also known as Law at Randado) released in 1990, is a western starring Glenn Ford as Sheriff John Danaher, who returns to a town to enforce justice.
Rodney Dangerfield: Exposed (1985)
ABC Special. Another mix of classic Dangerfield stand-up comedy and hilarious sketches featuring guests Harvey Korman, Morgan Fairchild, Dick Butkis, Bubba Smith and Marv Thorneberry
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1916)
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is a 1916 American silent film directed by Stuart Paton. The film's storyline is based on the novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne. It also incorporates elements from Verne's The Mysterious Island.
Undercover X (2001)
Undercover X is a 2001 action-adventure film that was directed by and stars Scott Shaw.
This feature was filmed in Hollywood, California, Seoul, South Korea, Tokyo and Kamakura, Japan. According to IMDb Scott Shaw lives much of every year at his beach home in Kamakura, Japan.
This film follows a non-linear story line following two primary characters Detective Truck Baker, played by Shaw and Detective Bobby Torino, played by Richard Magram, as they battle the Yakusa who are attempting to bring the drug trade to Los Angeles.
Elemental to all of Scott Shaw's Urban Cinema is his reference to African-American or Blaxploitation Cinema. In this film the lead nemesis, played by Kevin Thompson, is an African-American character named Cyrus. This character is in obvious reference to the antagonist of the 1979 Walter Hill film The Warriors, as the character uses many dialectic references to the character in Hill's film.
This film is considered a "Zen Film" in that it was created in the distinct style of filmmaking formulated by Scott Shaw known as Zen Filmmaking. In this style of filmmaking, no scripts are used.
This film was released in the United Kingdom as Slip Into Oblivion.
The Wiggles: Sing a Song of Wiggles (2008)
Sing A Song of Wiggles is the new collection of nursery rhymes and songs from The Wiggles like Old MacDonald Had A Farm, Humpty Dumpty, and Jack Be Nimble!
Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over (1980)
Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over is a Looney Tunes television special which aired on CBS on May 21, 1980. It featured three new cartoons, which featured Bugs Bunny and other Looney Tunes characters. The theme of this special is Springtime. It is included as a special feature on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5 DVD box set.
Dream Slashers (2007)
Dream Slashers is a low-budget horror movie that was a straight to DVD release in 2007. Filmed under the title Choppers, Dream Slashers was filmed in Los Angeles, Palm Springs and the Salton Sea.
BMF: The Rise and Fall of a Hip-Hop Drug Empire (2012)
BMF Entertainment served as the front for a nation-wide cocaine trafficking enterprise that was headed by the Black Mafia Family. The film documents the 15-year-long sting operation carried out by the FBI, DEA, and HIDTA to bring the drug empire down.
American Empire (1942)
American Empire is a 1942 American film directed by William C. McGann. The film was released in the United Kingdom as My Son Alone.
Denise Austin Fit in a Flash (2012)
Get slim in 7! Denise Austin has revved up her workouts to give you a 7-minute solution to ignite your metabolism and start shedding pounds. FIT IN A FLASH: 7-MINUTE SOLUTIONS delivers 7 dynamic workouts focused on cardio, strength training and toning in quick 7-minute intervals. Start with the Level 1 workouts, and when you're ready, advance to Level 2. When you're feeling good, combine the workout for a total-body blast that will get you FIT IN A FLASH! WARM-UP Wake up your muscles with invigorating movements to get your body warmed up. CARDIO - Levels 1 & 2 Burn fat and calories with these heart-pounding cardio moves. TOTAL-BODY TONING - Levels 1 & 2 Firm up while you strengthen and tone your body from head to toe with dynamic strength moves. UPPER BODY Sculpt your upper body with moves that will tighten up tough trouble areas. LOWER BODY Slim and firm your butt, hips and thighs with signature moves that deliver results. ABS, WAIST & CORE Widdle down your middle with exercises that flatten your belly and tighten your core. ARMS Get defined, sexy arms and shoulders with targettoning moves. COOLDOWN Wind down your workout with a series of stretches that will bring your heart rate back to resting.
Elvis: The Memphis Flash (2005)
The facts are familiar. Memphis, Tennessee, July 18th 1953. A 19 year old kid wanders into The Memphis Recording Service 706 Union Ave. He wants to record a couple of recent hits as a present for his mother. Company secretary Marion Keisker, alone in the office that day, runs off an extra copy and tells her boss the kid's a good ballad singer. Six months later the kid stops by again, Marion tells Sam Phillips, the boss, to listen. June 1954 Sam's looking for a session signer. Marion mentions the kid. Sam's keen but doesn't have his number. Marion does. The kid's in the studio before the phone is back in the cradle. The kid works with Sam for a day and he's recommended to Sun session guitarist Scotty Moore. Scotty's unimpressed but books the kid for a session at Sun on the 5th of July. Rock N' Roll is invented that day and the world changes forever! But there's a lot more to the legend of Elvis Aaron Presley and the transformation of music and society than is suggested in the story above. This film looks behind the facts and between the lines and attempts to videoover why? and How? Why was Rock N' Roll invented in Memphis by a quiet, respectable, and religious young man with a passion for all types of music? How did the events that led up to that fateful session oon July 5th 1954 conspire to create a brand new genre of music and a brand new way of life for all those who came along in its wake? With contributions from many who were there at the time and from others who have studied the subject in depth, rare footage and photographs, music from pivotal sessions and from subsequent recording dates, and with a host of other features, this film videoovers the why and how. It is the most detailed, informative, and downright entertaining film yet to emerge about this period and about these historical events.
Exhale: Core Fusion Body Sculpt (2008)
A quarter of a million people have transformed their bodies at Exhale, the exclusive mind/body spa. Now you can get these same results at home. Build a strong core, develop washboard abs, improve posture, and create a tighter, firmer backside with Core Fusion Body Sculpt. This total-body workout employs exercises that tone and sculpt your deepest, hard-to-reach muscles so it's more efficient and effective than traditional strength training. You'll use your own body weight as resistance and small hand weights to really challenge and build your muscles. Segmented into five focused workouts of just 10 minutes each, these exercises target the whole body, from arms and shoulders to glutes, hips, thighs, and abs. The unique Core Fusion program will strengthen your body, quiet your mind, and improve your overall well-being while redefining your physique from head to toe.
Sexy Baby (2012)
Filmmakers Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus investigate a cultural shift in the sexual landscape caused by adult entertainment.
Positive Youth (2012)
Four HIV positive men in four cities share their experiences as they deal with the disease.
The Evil Dead Inbred Rednecks (2012)
Witness one of the most bizarre & confounding flicks ever made in EVIL DEAD INBRED REDNECKS! In a small cabin on the edge of a park, a group of friends gather for fun. But when they come across a mysterious book, and of course despite all warnings read aloud from it, they unwittingly unleash a ghostly evil. The book resurrects whacked out redneck Leo DeChamp, a serial killer who used to strangle kids with skunk tails in the 1960's. Leo has returned to terrorize all with his unique brand of "redneckian" villainy, and to claim more young, nubile (and downright not so nubile) victims.
Yes Acoustic (2004)
On January 26th 2004, a 75 minute version of the film Yesspeak was premiered. Following this live broadcast, the fans in the cinemas were treated to a live performance from Yes. For the first time, the Yes classic line-up of Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Chris Squire, Alan White and Rick Wakeman, performed 'live and unplugged'. This is the recording of that digital transmission...YES ACOUSTIC!
For Liberty: How the Ron Paul Revolution Watered the Withered Tree of Liberty (2009)
As the presidential primary season kicks off in early 2007, the Republican Party has become a stench to the American people. The Bush Administration has overseen the initiation of two wars, an unprecedented debt expansion, bailouts, a frightening disregard for Constitution and the Bill of Rights, and a "war on terror" that more closely resembled a war on privacy and civil liberties. President Bush prepared to step down, leaving "Republican" a dirty word on the lips of many. For Liberty: How the Ron Paul Revolution Watered the Withered Tree of Liberty follows the most successful grassroots presidential campaign in United States history, analyzing this unprecedented political upheaval from the perspective of those who were there making it happen. Filmmakers Chris Rye & Corey Kealiher take a look into the genesis of a movement the likes of which have been unseen since the countercultural movements of the 1960's.
The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg (1980)
This is a short comedy movie inspired by a Mark Twain story.
A stranger arrives in the town of Hadleyburg. He carries a sack of gold and claims he wants to know who gave it to him. He says he knows the person is a resident of this small town because of a note left inside the sack. He will return the gold to whoever gave it to him but they must tell him what the note says.
The people of this town claim they are honest people. They do not recognize this stranger who has been among them before and found them less than honest.
Four friends from high school return home for their first Thanksgiving break from college and discover just how much has changed for them.
12 Men Of Christmas (2009)
12 Men of Christmas is a 2009 American romantic comedy television film made for the Lifetime Television network. Directed by Arlene Sanford and starring Kristin Chenoweth, the film is based on the novel Dating Mr. December by Phillipa Ashley with the teleplay adaptation written by Jon Maas. Anna Chlumsky, Aaron Abrams, Stephen Huszar, and Peter Mooney also star.
95 Miles To Go (2006)
95 Miles to Go is a 2004 comedy film which documents Ray Romano's stand-up comedy tour of the South. It was directed by Tom Caltabiano. The film premiered at the Deep Ellum Film Festival in October 2004 and released theatrically in the United Statesin April 2006 by THINKFilm. It premiered on HBO on July 10, 2007.
Pete, Pearl & the Pole (1972)
Pete, Pearl & the Pole (Italian: Piazza pulita, lit. "A clean sweep"), also known as 1931: Once Upon a Time in New York, is a 1973 Italian-American gangster film directed by Luigi Vanzi (credited as Vance Lewis) and starring Tony Anthony.
Addicted To Love (1997)
Addicted to Love is a 1997 American romantic comedy film directed by Griffin Dunne, starring Meg Ryan, Matthew Broderick, Tchéky Karyo, and Kelly Preston. The movie's title is based on Robert Palmer's song "Addicted to Love".
Alaska: Spirit Of The Wild (1998)
Alaska: Spirit of the Wild is a 70mm American documentary film featuring the landscape and wildlife of Alaska. It is narrated by Charlton Heston and released to IMAX theaters in 1997.
10 Days Out: Blues from the Backroads (2006)
10 Days Out: Blues from the Backroads is a CD/DVD and is the fifth release from American blues band Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band. The documentary film was directed by Noble Jones and produced by Phillipa Davis. It was executive produced by Kelly Norris Sarno, Devin Sarno, Ken Shepherd, and Kristin Forbes. The CD was produced by Jerry Harrison. Tour still photography, CD, DVD, and LP photos by Amanda Gresham. 10 Days Out was nominated for two Grammys, Grammy Award for Best Long Form Music Video and Grammy Award For Best Traditional Blues Album at the 50th Grammy Awards and won the 2008 Blues Music Award for Best DVD and the 2008 Keeping the Blues Alive Award under the category of Film, Television or Video.
Maxwell Street Blues (1981)
Chicago's legendary Maxwell Street was home to an open-air market that thrived for decades. It was there that the Chicago blues was born as African American street musicians, who had fled the rural South for the city, played regularly on the dirty corners, empty lots, and broken sidewalks. Together, they hammered out a hard-driving, electrified sound that influenced the world. MAXWELL STREET BLUES captures the tail end of the last great era of blues music on Maxwell Street. Blues artists like Arvella Gray, Jim Brewer, John Henry David, Coot Venson, Floyd Jones, and Carrie Robinson may look a little worse for the wear as they play among the rubble of Maxwell Street on their beat-up instruments, but their raw, hard-hitting, and gritty music defines the essence of the Windy City. New York gave birth to the smooth sounds of Tin Pan Alley, New Orleans struts its up-tempo jazz, and Nashville relaxes to the twang of country, but the Chicago blues will hit you where you live.