Googoosh: Iran's Daughter (2000)
A filmmaker attempts to locate Iran's legendary pop star.
Cinematic Titanic: The Wasp Woman (2008)
Janice Starlin, purveyor of her own line of cosmetics, finds herself nearing middle-age (in a time when 38 was the new 94). A stranger with an accent and an unnatural love of wasps enters her life and promises her the elixer that will prolong her youth forever - until the wasp becomes the wasped.This version of THE WASP WOMAN has been altered by CINEMA TITAN, L.L.C. The alteration and distribution of this version of THE WASP WOMAN has not been authorized, sponsored by or endorsed by the original proprietors and creators of THE WASP WOMAN. CINEMA TITAN L.L.C. on behalf of itself and its licensees expressly denies and disclaims any affiliation or association of this altered version of the motion picture with the original proprietors and creators or THE WASP WOMAN.
Jungle Heat (1957)
Japanese fifth columnists create havoc in the industries and plantations of Pre-Pearl Harbor Hawaii, until an American doctor helps defeat them.
A Company Of Heroes (2012)
A Company of Heroes is a war film based off of a video game by the same name. The story is centered on the period of time during the end of World War II and it takes on an alternate history route. The film follows a small squad of American soldiers who are stuck on a routine mission near the Belgian Ardennes. These soldiers run into a strong German infantry force that pushes them off of their destined target. On their frantic run back to friendly territory they run into a terrifying German experiment that could swing the tides of war.
The Heroes Of Arvine Place (2014)
A widower and struggling children's book author makes a final push for his career while caring for his little girls.
Wall Street Cowboy (1939)
Wall Street Cowboy is a 1939 American film starring Roy Rogers.
Rocky Mountain Rangers (1940)
Rocky Mountain Rangers is a 1940 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by George Sherman and starring Robert Livingston, Raymond Hatton, and Duncan Renaldo.
Pop Odyssee 1 - Die Beach Boys und der Satan (1997)
The Beach Boys and Satan is a documentary film made as part of the Pop Odyssee series and directed by music documentary specialist Christoph Dreher. This documentary, in addition to placing The Beach Boys rise to success into context with rarely seen footage of the band, exposes California's darker side and investigates the connections between some of the most controversial characters of that period (Anton La Vey, Kenneth Anger, and Brian Wilson) and their connection to the Manson Family. The film includes interviews with Kim Fowley, Don Was and the creative force behind the Beach Boys, Brian Wilson. There are also archive clips surrounding the trial of Charles Manson and various members of The Family The film which was originally released in 1997 has been unavailable for some time.
Kevin Smith: Too Fat for 40! (2010)
Kevin Smith: Too Fat for 40 is the fourth installment of Kevin Smith's Q&A series and was broadcast on epix on October 23, 2010. The title is a reference to his much-publicized dispute with Southwest Airlines. In the film, Smith's attempt to answer a multitude of questions quickly is derailed entirely when the first question posed is about working with Bruce Willis, which begins a near-two-hour story in which he discusses, among other things, the adult use of marijuana, the highs and lows of making his 2008 film Zack and Miri Make a Porno and the stress of working with Willis during Cop Out.
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.
The Monkey's Uncle (1965)
College whiz-kid Merlin (Tommy Kirk) reluctantly goes to work to prevent the school's football mascot from disappearing into oblivion. A $10 million endowment for the campus is riding on whether he can get a man to fly under his own steam.
NHL Stanley Cup Champions 2011: Boston Bruins (2011)
After a grueling 39 years, the glory is back in Beantown! Relive every unforgettable moment of the 2011 Boston Bruins journey to the Stanley Cup.
NHL Stanley Cup Champions 2012: Los Angeles Kings (2012)
The cup has finally come to LA! Experience every historic moment of the 2012 Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings.
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.
Michael plans to kill Clef, the man who murdered his wife and child. His plan hits a snag when two crooks hold up the diner Clef is in, and Michael has to take out the gunmen before finishing the mission.
Hanna Ranch (2014)
Cattleman Kirk Hanna's role in the environmental ranching movement, and his family's continuing fight to protect the West.
Contra Conspiracy (1990)
Contra Conspiracy (also known as Contra Control) is a 1988 action film written and directed by Thomas Dewier which is now distributed by Troma Entertainment. The film was produced by City Lights. The plot follows a Hollywood film crew shooting a movie in the Mojave Desert, only to be disrupted by a group of terrorists. The film's plot bears a resemblance to the 2008 comedy Tropic Thunder.
Juvenile Jungle (1958)
Juvenile Jungle is a 1958 American crime film directed by William Witney and written by Arthur T. Horman. The film stars Corey Allen, Rebecca Welles, Richard Bakalyan, Anne Whitfield, Joe Di Reda and Joe Conley. The film was released on April 24, 1958, by Republic Pictures.
Prelude to Fame (1950)
A cold, wealthy Italian woman finds a young boy with extraordinary musical talent. She helps develop his skills, but isolates him from his friends and family, nearly driving him to a nervous breakdown.
Citadel is a 2012 Irish psychological horror film written and directed by Ciaran Foy, in his feature film debut. It was filmed in Glasgow, Scotland. The film stars Aneurin Barnard as Tommy, a widower who must raise his baby alone after an attack by a gang leaves his wife dead and him suffering from agoraphobia. It is an example of "hoodie horror".
Gun Street (1961)
Gun Street is a 1961 Western film.
Ping Pong Summer (2014)
The year is 1985. Rad Miracle is a shy 13-year-old white kid who’s obsessed with two things: ping pong and hip hop. During his family’s annual summer vacation to Ocean City, Maryland, Rad makes a new best friend, experiences his first real crush, becomes the target of rich local bullies, and finds an unexpected mentor in his outcast next-door neighbor. Ping Pong Summer is about that time in your life when you’re treated like an alien by everyone around you, even though you know deep down you’re as funky fresh as it gets.
Kept Husbands (1931)
Kept Husbands is a 1931 American pre-Code drama film directed by Lloyd Bacon, starring Dorothy Mackaill and Joel McCrea, with major supporting roles filled by Robert McWade, Florence Roberts and Mary Carr. The original story was written by the film's associate producer, Louis Sarecky, and adapted for the screen by Forrest Halsey and Alfred Jackson. Although primarily a drama, the film has many comedic touches to it. The film centers around the class struggles and stereotypes between the working class and the wealthy, which was particularly striking during the Depression era when this film was made. The film also points out the stereotypical gender roles which were prevalent at that time.
Emergency Hospital (1956)
About the lives and loves of the staff of an emergency hospital as reflected in a single frenetic night of business-as-usual.
West of Cimarron (1941)
West of Cimarron is a 1941 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by Lester Orlebeck.
Alien Blood (1999)
As pregnant Helene (Francesca Manning) and her young daughter Monique (Rebecca Stirling) travel through rural England they are pursued by sharpshooter Jouvet (Glyn Whiteside) and his band of white-masked assassins. Desperate, Helene and Monique break into a house of randy vampires, but Jouvet is closing in and it is only a matter of time before Helene is forced to kill, again and again, to defend her child.
Gaming in Color (2014)
Gaming in Color is a documentary film by MidBoss about queer people in gaming. Directed by Philip Jones, Gaming in Color focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) issues in video games, gaymer culture and events, and the rise of queer themes in gaming. The film is largely interview based, and features notable gay gaming personalities in the industry and communities.
George Skleres from Riot Games stars, as does Matt Conn who organized the GaymerX convention, a prominent topic in the film.
The Happy Thieves (1962)
The Happy Thieves is a 1961 American crime/comedy-drama film starring Rex Harrison and Rita Hayworth and directed by George Marshall. The film is based on the novel The Oldest Confession by Richard Condon. The film was poorly received, with star Harrison later describing it as 'absolute rubbish'.
Meeting David Wilson (2010)
Meeting David Wilson is a 2008 American documentary film. It is a 90-minute video produced for initial presentation on the MSNBC cable channel. Its focus is the encounter between David A. Wilson, a black American filmmaker who grew up in Newark, New Jersey, and David B. Wilson, a descendant of a white American tobacco-planter who had owned some of the black Wilsons’ ancestors as slaves. The film was directed by Daniel Woolsey and David A. Wilson and produced by Barion Grant.
Hell's House (1932)
Hell's House is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film starring Junior Durkin, featuring Bette Davis and directed by Howard Higgin. The screenplay by Paul Gangelin and B. Harrison Orkow, set during the waning days of the Prohibition era, is based on a story by Higgin.
Thomas & Friends: The Best of James (2002)
This episode of Thomas & Friends tells the story of a train that must travel through the mud to complete a job. James, a train which has just been cleaned, needs to transport sheep to the fair for Farmer McColl's, while keeping the sheep clean and must take the fast track per the Farmer's request. James must choose between taking the clean or muddy track.
This episode is rated G and the run times is about 10 minutes. The target age for this series is five and under. This episode was released in the United States on January 15th, 2013 and it was released on a DVD titled Thomas and Friends: Muddy Matters, including other short episodes.
Friends of God: A Road Trip with Alexandra Pelosi (2007)
Friends of God: A Road Trip With Alexandra Pelosi is an HBO television documentary about evangelicals in the United States that is written, directed, produced, and narrated by Alexandra Pelosi. The documentary first aired on January 25, 2007 on HBO. Lisa Heller was supervising producer and Sheila Nevins was executive producer. Jerry Falwell called this film "The Only Documentary that he and I ever watched and liked."
Dark Power (2013)
FBI Agents John Archer (Sean Patrick Flanery) and Mila Driver (Kristanna Loken) work together to solve the murder of a crime-ridden city's mayor.
Sleeping Car To Trieste (1948)
Sleeping Car to Trieste is a 1948 is a British film directed by John Paddy Carstairs. The film is a remake of the 1932 film Rome Express, with essentially the same characters and many of the same actors.
Silver City Bonanza (1951)
Silver City Bonanza is a 1951 American Western film directed by George Blair and written by Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Rex Allen, Buddy Ebsen, Mary Ellen Kay, Billy Kimbley, Alix Ebsen and Bill Kennedy. The film was released on March 1, 1951, by Republic Pictures.
Jug Face (2013)
Jug Face tells the story of a pregnant teen trying to escape a backwoods community when she discovers that she may be sacrificed to a creature in a pit.
Theater of War: The Pacific Campaign (2012)
Six episode series devoted to the history of the Pacific Theater of World War II. Starting with the tensions in the Pacific that led to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor through the epic battle of Midway and the Atomic Bombing of Japan.
Troma's War (1988)
Troma's War, also known as 1,000 Ways to Die in the United States, is a 1988 American action/adventure film written by Lloyd Kaufman and Mitchell Dana and directed by Michael Herz and Kaufman (credited as Samuel Weil). It began production in 1986 and was released in theaters in 1988 shortly after Class of Nuke 'Em High was done making its rounds at the box office.
The Girl Rush (1955)
The Girl Rush (1955) is an American musical comedy film starring Rosalind Russell, filmed in Technicolor and VistaVision, and released by Paramount Pictures.
Female Prisoner 1316 (2004)
Death Row Girls is a 2008 Japanese adventure film. The story involves a young woman being sent to prison. When she arrives it as at a secret government island installation instead. She and the other inmates are being trained as mercenaries for some unnamed task and they are being brutalized by the warden and the guards. After a run in with some of the inmates, she makes friends with one of them. The pair makes plans for escape, but the guards, inmates and the island itself stands against them.
Ryan's Well (2011)
This is the inspirational tale of a small boy's mission to help those less fortunate than himself. Ryan was just six years old when he learnt that not everybody in the world has access to clean water. Desperate to help, he worked day and night to save enough money for a well to be dug in drought-stricken Uganda. His ambition soon grew and his altruistic nature dragged schoolmates and ultimately most of Canada with him. An uplifting and wonderfully touching story that reminds us all that we can change the world if we really believe.
Jesse James' Women (1954)
Jesse James' Women is a 1954 American film starring as well as directed, co-produced and co-written by Don "Red" Barry, who portrays Jesse James. The supporting cast features Peggie Castle and Jack Buetel. Filmed in Silver Creek Mississippi.
A Perfect Life (2011)
A response to a waitress's question causes a homeless man (Joe Rosati) to imagine himself back in his once-idyllic life.
666 the Devil's Child (2014)
666 the Devil's Child, stylized as 666: the Devil's Child (aka: Millennium) is a 2012 United States horror film starring Nadya Suleman in her feature film debut. Nadya was originally cast for name recognition but producers were surprised by her acting talent. The movie was originally released in 2012 but re-released in 2014.
Going Down (2003)
Following a wild party, a teenager (Jay Michael Ferguson) has only a few hours to clean up the house before his parents come home.
The Noose Hangs High (1948)
In this slapstick farce, legendary comedians Abbott & Costello are window washers mistaken for messengers who are sent to collect $50,000 in cash by a gangster, with zany results!
In this spoof of the Transylvanian legend, David Niven stars as Count Dracula, who sinks his fangs into a bevy of Playboy Bunnies in order to find the right blood type to resurrect his dear-departed wife.
Yankee Stadium: The Golden Age (2012)
Baseball Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson provides the commentary for the greatest moments at the "old Yankee Stadium." His reverent, nostalgic commentary is accompanied by rare footage of baseball immortals playing the game at the original Yankee Stadium including Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Yogi Berra, Phil Rizzuto; more.
Oh, Susanna! (1936)
Oh, Susanna! is a 1936 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, and Frances Grant. Written by Oliver Drake, the film is about a cowboy who is robbed and then thrown from a train by an escaped murderer who then takes on the cowboy's identity.
Death Machines (1976)
An evil Oriental Dragon Lady injects three martial arts fighters with serum that turns them into zombie-like assassins, and she sends them out against her enemies.
Love 600 (1970)
She accepts an apartment, furs and goodies from a "benefactor." But she has another lover, and the "benefactor" gets nothing. The disconcerted provider decides to send his comical butler after the lovebirds and it's a Keystone Cops chase...
Redwood Highway (2013)
Redwood Highway is a 2013 American independent drama film directed by Gary Lundgren, produced by James Twyman, and written by Lundgren and Twyman. The film stars Shirley Knight and Tom Skerritt.
Absolute Strangers (1991)
A husband struggles to keep his comatose wife alive by allowing the termination of her pregnancy, while pro-lifers mount a legal campaign to gain custody of the unborn fetus.
Blind Man (2007)
Two filmmakers (Brian McGuire, Bret Roberts) hit the road to show their movie at the CineVegas International Film Festival.
Ranger of Cherokee Strip (1949)
Ranger of Cherokee Strip is a 1949 American Western film directed by Philip Ford and written by Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Monte Hale, Paul Hurst, Alix Talton, Roy Barcroft, Douglas Kennedy and George Meeker. The film was released on November 4, 1949, by Republic Pictures.
Discarded Lovers (1932)
Discarded Lovers is a 1932 American Pre-Code mystery film directed by Fred C. Newmeyer.
Crack in the World (1965)
Crack in the World is a 1965 American science-fiction doomsday disaster movie filmed in Spain. It is about scientists who launch a rocket in the Earth's core to research its geothermal energy but accidentally unleash a cataclysmic destruction that threatens to sever the earth in two. It was released by Paramount Pictures on February 24, 1965.
Hidden Valley Outlaws (1944)
Hidden Valley Outlaws is a 1944 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by John K. Butler and Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, George "Gabby" Hayes, Anne Jeffreys, Roy Barcroft, Kenne Duncan and Charles Miller. The film was released on April 2, 1944, by Republic Pictures.
God's Precious Jewels (2013)
After witnessing firsthand the daily struggles women face, Sunday Banks assembles a support group to gather in friendship, love and faith. But when one member begins to steer away from the path God paved for her, the ladies decide to use all their resources to transform her into a precious jewel.
The Comedy (2012)
The Comedy is a 2012 metamodern film directed and co-written by Rick Alverson, and starring Tim Heidecker. Supporting actors include Eric Wareheim (Tim and Eric), James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem), and Gregg Turkington (better known as Neil Hamburger). The film was premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and screened within such festivals as Maryland Film Festival 2012. The film was distributed by Tribeca Film and was slated for theatrical release on November 9, 2012 and nationwide On Demand starting October 24, 2012.
Despite the title and use of comedians as actors, Sundance festival chief programmer Trevor Groth says that the film is not a comedy, but instead "a provocation, a critique of a culture based at its core around irony and sarcasm and about ultimately how hollow that is."
The first ten minutes of the film was purposely leaked onto various torrent websites with an anti-piracy statement at the end of the video. The resulting publicity made the actual film the most pirated independent film of the year.
Dear Murderer (1947)
Hailed on its release as the first Gainsborough production by Betty Box, Britain’s leading female producer at the time, this is a chilling tale of premeditated murder and revenge. Lee Warren, a business man, returns to London after a trip abroad with a suspicion that his wife is being unfaithful. At their apartment, he discovers evidence and the name of her lover. He calls on the man and demands he writes a note telling her it is over, dictating it so that it will in fact provide an alibi for a ‘suicide’. After killing him, Warren discovers that the man he has killed was his wife’s former lover and that she now has another...
Captain Boycott (1947)
Captain Boycott is a 1947 British historical drama film directed by Frank Launder and starring Stewart Granger, Kathleen Ryan, Mervyn Johns, Alastair Sim and Cecil Parker. Robert Donat makes a cameo appearance as Charles Stuart Parnell.
Night Feeders (2006)
Four hunters encounter bloodthirsty extraterrestrials in the rural South.
Sleepless Nights (2002)
Sleepless Nights is a 2002 direct-to-video horror film in the vampire movie genre. It was written and directed by William Hopkins.
Mr. Imperium (1951)
Mr. Imperium (UK title: You Belong to My Heart) is a 1951 romantic musical drama film made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, starring Lana Turner and singer Ezio Pinza. It was directed by Don Hartman who co-wrote the screenplay with Edwin H. Knopf, based on a play by Edwin H. Knopf. The music score is by Bronisław Kaper. Lana Turner's singing voice was dubbed by Trudy Erwin. In 1979, the film entered the public domain (in the USA) due to the claimant's failure to renew its copyright registration in the 28th year after publication.
The Long Rope (1953)
A wrongly accused convict returns home, only to be maligned again.
Under California Stars (1948)
Under California Stars is a 1948 American Western film directed by William Witney and starring Roy Rogers, Jane Frazee and Andy Devine. The film was shot in Trucolor. After returning from Hollywood after his tenth anniversary in films to his ranch, Rogers tackles a gang who kidnap his horse Trigger and hold it to ransom.
Young Fury (1965)
Young Fury is a 1965 American Western film directed by Christian Nyby and written by Steve Fisher. The film stars Rory Calhoun, Virginia Mayo, William Bendix, Lon Chaney Jr., Richard Arlen and John Agar. The film was released in February 1965, by Paramount Pictures.
The Gambler Wore a Gun (1961)
The Gambler Wore a Gun is a 1961 Western film. The film is an uncredited remake of about five different B-westerns of the 1930s and 1940s. Some plot elements are also taken from 1954 western The Lone Gun, which starred George Montgomery.
Maries Lied: Ich war, ich weiß nicht wo (1994)
In 1813 Prussia, Marie, an adolescent young woman living with her mother in a palace, watches history pass her by.
Sky Racket (1937)
Sky Racket is a 1937 American drama film directed by Sam Katzman and starring Bruce Bennett, Joan Barclay, and Duncan Renaldo.
A Bridge Apart (2013)
A Bridge Apart is a story about the journey of the thousands of people from Central America and Mexico who leave their homes and families, suffer extraordinary brutality -or loss of life itself- in search of the American Dream. The program also examines ways that economic development can minimize this flow of migration.
The Japanese Sandman (2008)
In this film, viewers will be able to see a visual account of what William Burroughs wrote in his letters to Allen Ginsberg about his travels within Central America. The letter is brought to life on the screen, and it is set back in the year 1953. It shows the moral downfalls that he endures like cocaine snorting in Panama, but it also reveals the human condition, and it is a meditation on loss.
Fleetwood Mac: Unbroken Chain (2004)
In 1978 Fleetwood Mac released Rumours, an album that would sell over 27 million copies. FLEETWOOD MAC: UNBROKEN CHAIN tells the complete story of this amazing group through interviews, film clips and rare photographs, from the band's early days as a British Blues powerhouse, to its rebirth as a worldwide phenomenon.
Bedside Manner (1945)
Bedside Manner is a 1945 American film directed by Andrew L. Stone, based on a 1944 Saturday Evening Post story of the same name by Robert Carson. The film was re-released in 1950 under the title Her Favorite Patient.
Secret of the Incas (1954)
Secret of the Incas is a 1954 adventure film starring Charlton Heston as adventurer Harry Steele, on the trail of an ancient Incan artifact. Shot on location at Machu Picchu in Peru, the film is often credited as the inspiration for Raiders of the Lost Ark. The supporting cast features Robert Young and Thomas Mitchell.
Nfinity Champions League Cheerleading Event (2014)
This movie brings a real live cheerleading competition to the silver screen. It was a one night event that featured 30 of the most elite and decorated coed cheering squads across the country. Nfinity Champions League 2014 recognizes cheerleading competition as an intense sport; as well as noting these talented youths as athletes. Kids experience a new challenge while being honored for the efforts and accomplishments in the world of cheerleading. The Nfinity Champions league not only honored the kids for their achievements, but also donated money to respective charities. The overall winners of the competition would take home $10,000 to give to their chosen charity fund.
Beneath Contempt (2011)
Sean Beckett returns home after serving a four-year prison sentence for accidentally killing his friends in a car crash.
Beast Beneath (2011)
The movie Beast Beneath is mainly focused around an old ranch, now called Griffith Park, located in Los Angeles. This ranch was once owned by a man named Don Feliz in 1861. While Don was lying on his death bed, his best friend and a shady attorney created a illegal will that would allow them to steal Don's property from his relatives.
However, Don's niece Angelina, discovers a map that leads to a treasure hidden on the property. In order to protect the treasure from being stolen, she puts a curse on it, leaving a dark and torturous creature to protect the treasure forever. Anyone who dares to take the treasure ultimately faces a horrible and untimely death.
VeggieTales: Pistachio (2010)
A VeggieTales twist on the beloved story of Pinocchio. Once upon a time, a lonely toymaker named Gelato decided to carve a little boy out of wood. Imagine his surprise when he learned that this little toy boy could walk ... and talk ... and definitely had a mind of his own! When Pistachio tries to do things his way he lands in a "whale" of a situation! Will he decide to listen to the wisdom of a loving father in time to save his whole family from becoming fish food?"
Crude Independence (2009)
First-time director Noah Hutton captures the change in Stanley, North Dakota, after a historic 2006 oil discovery. Crude Independence is a rumination on the future of small town America—a tale of change at the hands of the global energy market.
Atom The Amazing Zombie Killer (2012)
Atom the Amazing Zombie Killer is a 2012 American independent horror comedy feature film directed by Zack Beins and Richard Taylor, and written by Beins, Taylor and Tim Johnson.
The Savage Wild (1970)
A nature photographer and his crew film the wild land just below the Arctic Circle. The photographer then begins rasing timber wold cubs from infancy, intending to set them free after gaining their confidence.
Journey on the Wild Coast (2010)
A husband and wife attempt to traverse the North American coast from Seattle to the Aleutians under their own power.
Living Landscapes HD: Hawai'i (2007)
Living Landscapes Earthscapes programs transform your screen into a window on paradise. A sensual Aloha experience of Hawaii. Just music and natural sounds as rainbows leap from ocean spray, birds rejoice at Maui's Emerald Pool, warm ocean washes over pristine beaches, tumbling cascades grace the rainforest draping Maui's Hana Highway, and Rainbow Falls & Haleakala sunrise views come alive
Accused of Murder (1956)
A police detective (David Brian) doubts a nightclub singer (Vera Ralston) has shot and killed a crooked lawyer (Sidney Blackmer).
Johnny Cool (1963)
Johnny Cool is a 1963 crime film directed by William Asher based on the novel The Kingdom of Johnny Cool by John McPartland which stars Henry Silva and Elizabeth Montgomery. Produced in part by Peter Lawford, Johnny Cool features a cast that also includes Mort Sahl, Telly Savalas, Jim Backus, Joey Bishop, and Sammy Davis, Jr., who also sings the theme song.
A series of paranormal events propels a young woman (Laura Mennell) to save her town from a terrifying prophecy.
Danger Freaks shows the movie stunt world in all its death-defying reality. Rope sliding off a 300 foot cliff is a tricky maneuver at the best of times. Try doing it liberally doused with gasoline, blazing head to foot! It's all in a day's work for daredevil Grant Page who masterminded the stunts for "Mad Max" and "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome" to name but two films in a long and celebrated movie career that has taken him all over the world. Danger Freaks examines the perilous occupation and the dangerous pleasures of Australia's most famous stuntman. What this guy goes on weekends takes 'adventure' to a new level - like venturing beyond the rail at the top of the Empire State Building. In this 90 minute film Grant talks candidly about his ego drive and recreates several of his most precarious stunts. The human catapult off a Sydney harbor cliff is a hair-raising start and the pace doesn't let up as Grant and his colleagues demonstrate the basic techniques necessary to stage flights, fall from horses, burst into flames, crash land hang gliders and smash cars to pieces. With a risky and hazardous feat every minute Danger Freaks is a video encyclopedia of the stuntman's art. Director: Brian Trenchard-Smith Producer: Brian Trenchard-Smith Writer: Brian Trenchard-Smith Principal Cast: Grant Page Set In: USA, AUSTRALIA, ENGLAND Copyright (c) 1990 The Movie Company Pty Ltd
Bible Revelations: The Sacred Codes (2015)
People use computer technology to search for hidden messages in the Bible.
Forty Years From Yesterday (2013)
A family experiences grief when a man discovers his wife of 40 years has unexpectedly passed away.
Richard Jeni: A Big Steaming Pile of Me (2005)
Filmed Live at the Irvine Barclay Theatre in Irvine, California.
Dear White People (2014)
Dear White People is a 2014 American satirical comedy-drama film, written, directed, and co-produced by Justin Simien. The film focuses on escalating racial tensions at a prestigious Ivy League college from the perspective of several African American students. It stars Tyler James Williams, Tessa Thompson, Teyonah Parris, Brandon P Bell, Kyle Gallner, Brittany Curran, Marque Richardson, and Dennis Haysbert.
The film premiered in competition in the US Dramatic Category at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 18, 2014. The film had a theatrical release in United States on October 17, 2014.
Love Takes Flight (1937)
Love Takes Flight is a 1937 American drama film directed by Conrad Nagel and written by Lionel Houser and Mervin J. Houser. The film stars Bruce Cabot, Beatrice Roberts, John Sheehan, Astrid Allwyn, Elliot Fisher and Wild Bill Elliott. The film was released on November 5, 1937, by Grand National Films Inc..
Rubbadubbers: Tubb's Pirate Treasure (2004)
TUBB THE PIRATE: Tubb wishes he were brave. If only he were a pirate, he wouldn't be afraid! But when Tubb the Pirate and Sploshybeard get blasted by cannonballs while searching for treasure. Tubb finds pirates aren't always brave after all. TERENCE OF ARABIA: Terence does not like being splashed! If only he were someplace dry like the desert - it's perfect for Terence of Arabia! But while Queen Sploshilla and the others cool off at their oasis, things heat up for Terence. SPLOSHY OF THE ARCTIC: Cooling off in the bathroom on a hot day sounds great to everyone except Sploshy! Discover what happens when Sploshy the Explorer travels to the imaginary world of the Arctic and meets up with some hungry polar bears! SUPER AMELIA: Wishing for superpowers, Amelia finds herself training to be a superhero, competing against Fintastic Finbar! Will her red cape, super sense of smell and stick string-shooting help her pass the most important test of being a superhero? DEEP SEA REG: Reg wants to play underwater games with his friends. If only he could get wet without short circuiting! Imagining that he's Deep Sea Reg guarding undersea treasures from a monster shark, he soon wishes he were back on dry land.
First A Girl (1935)
First a Girl is a 1935 British comedy film directed by Victor Saville and starring Jessie Matthews. First a Girl was adapted from the 1933 German film Viktor und Viktoria written and directed by Reinhold Schünzel. It was remade into the 1982 American musical comedy Victor Victoria starring Julie Andrews.
Day Of The Nightmare (1965)
A detailing of the murderous impulses of a commercial artist who is suspected of killing a woman.
Cage of Evil (1960)
Cage of Evil is a low budget 1960 black and white crime film starring Ron Foster and Pat Blair.
Call Me Troy (2007)
Profiling the life and times of one of the gay community's most visible and tenacious advocates for change, Rev. Troy Perry, Call Me Troy is a truly inspirational story about a remarkable and dynamic individual whose activism was decades ahead of its time.
Ghost Light (2013)
Actors sneak into a theater at night to experience a ghost sighting.