Australia's Deadliest Sea Creatures (2006)
Australia's oceans are home to many deadly creatures, from tiny jellyfish to huge great white sharks. Greg Grainger interviews survivors and gets expert advice on how to survive in a deadly situation.
A U.S. seaman (Jim Brown) befriends an Indian boy (Ricky Cordell) and his mother (Madlyn Rhue) while hunting a killer in Bombay.
Kinderblock 66: Return to Buchenwald (2012)
Four men who survived the Nazis' Buchenwald concentration camp as children return to the compound for the 65 anniversary of their liberation.
Knifed Up (2014)
Black Americans try to achieve a manufactured idea of perfection.
Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi (2014)
Longtime friends suffer a rift in their relationship when their dreams and family obligations arrive at odds with each other.
Lamb of God: The Making of As the Palaces Burn Album (2005)
Thrash-metal band Lamb of God's Killadelphia features a set recorded at The Trocadero in 2005 in support of Ashes Of The Wake, along with great candid footage of the group at work and at play, for an exciting all-access portrait.
Larry the Cable Guy's Hula-Palooza Christmas Luau (2009)
Never one to settle for just another Larry Christmas, Larry The Cable Guy makes a mad dash to the Islands to escape his eccentric family and get some peace of mind. But things are never what they seem as Larry lands on the enchanted island of Hula Poola and the holiday hilarity ensues. Packed with plenty of skits, music, and all-around good cheer, Larry The Cable Guy's Hula-Palooza Christmas Luau is feel-good fun for the entire family and a great way to add some Git-R-Done to the Christmas season!
Last Kind Words (2012)
Eli (Spencer Daniels) and his family move into the backwoods of Kentucky, where he encounters beautiful and mysterious Amanda (Alexia Fast). He thinks she is the perfect woman until he realizes that the forest and Amanda harbor dark secrets.
Gangster Louis "Lepke" Buchalter (Tony Curtis) moves to Brooklyn and forms the 1930s syndicate Murder Inc.
Let There Be Zombies (2014)
Drew (Sydney Daly), a nerdy teacher who always backs down from confrontations, flees to the country when zombies start overrunning communities. She encounters a cast of characters who help and hinder her quest to find the inner strength to survive.
Marie And Bruce (2004)
While attending a friend's party, a restless woman (Julianne Moore) plans to tell her husband (Matthew Broderick) that she is leaving him.
Three college students devise a plot to torture and murder a stranger (Ila Schactler).
Mercury Undercover (2011)
The cause and effect of mercury contamination is seen through the eyes of doctors, scientists, environmentalists and survivors.
Mining For Ruby (2014)
A grieving widower falls in love with an environmental engineering grad student (Antoinette Kalaj) who has a troubled past.
Mister Johnson (1990)
In 1920s Africa, young black accountant Mister Johnson (Maynard Eziashi) is talented enough to get an accounting job at the English colonial offices, but he quickly learns that his race prevents him from advancing to the respectable kind of position he desires. Hoping to impress his superior, Harry Rudbeck (Pierce Brosnan), he decides to fudge some numbers and save his boss thousands. When his plan backfires, however, Johnson desperately turns to even more illegal measures in order to succeed.
Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet (2002)
The documentary tells the story of the seventh century prophet who changed world history in 23 years, and continues to shapes the lives of more than 1.2 billion people. The film takes viewers not only to ancient Middle Eastern sites where Muhammad's story unfolds, but into the homes, mosques and workplaces of some of America's estimated seven million Muslim to discover the many ways in which they follow Muhammad's example.
Music From The Inside Out (2004)
Documentary filmmaker Daniel Anker profiles the diversity of talented musicians who make up the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra. Beginning with the difficult philosophical question "what is music?" and continuing with an exploration of the nature of the creative process, Anker -- using a mix of candid personal accounts from the musicians, plus larger group discussions -- offers an insightful look into the often misconstrued or marginalized world of classical music.
Nephew Tommy: Just My Thoughts (2011)
Nephew Tommy: Just My Thoughts is a 90 minute comedy special that was released straight to DVD in 2011. The "King of Prank Phone Calls" from the Steve Harvey Morning show performs his comedy routine in Detroit and brought the audience laughing in tears. In the special, he talks about how adults needs to go back to the old school and have an old fashion "whooping" to how he feels about politics. The comedian goes out of the box in his delivery and at the end of the evening, have the audience smiling. Nephew Tommy: Just My Thoughts definitely invite the fans into Nephew Tommy's world.
Neseli Hayat (2009)
Life is going rather off course for Rıza Şenyurt, until he finds a one-month job. He is to be Santa Clause until New Year’s night. Rıza Şenyurt however, is a Santa with problems. For one thing, he doesn’t even know what Santa Clause does. But now there’s no way out of it. With the weight of the world on his shoulders, Santa Rıza Şenyurt finally discovers the trick to ‘santahood’: The thing we call ‘life’ is no more real than those little white lies that kids fall for.
New Low (2010)
A neurotic man has to choose between two women: the best one he has ever met or the worst.
Number Seventeen (1932)
In an empty London house, a hobo named Ben (Leon M. Lion) looks for shelter yet instead finds a corpse. When Detective Fordyce (John Stuart) shows up, he questions Ben, but is interrupted when a girl (Ann Casson) falls through the roof. Her father has vanished, and she's received an inscrutable telegram that mentions both the house and a missing necklace. Soon more suspicious characters turn up, all looking for the necklace, and none of them who they claim to be.
Once Before I Die (1966)
A major (John Derek), his men and his girlfriend (Ursula Andress) walk into a Japanese attack in the Philippines.
One of the Missing (1979)
An adaptation of the short story by Ambrose Bierce, set during America's Civil War, it follows the grim fortunes of a scout who becomes trapped in the rubble of a bombed-out house behind enemy lines. The Sniper is now in a life or death situation, we are left to decide whether we should feel for him or hope he gets his just deserts. Flashbacks to the sniper's childhood will muddy your decision, which will make it hard to guess the surprise ending. The short story was from Ambrose Bierce's book "Tales of Soldiers and Civilians" published in 1891.
Oney Anwar - Chasing the Dream (2014)
Follow Indonesian pro surfer, Oney Anwar, on his epic journey from a remote jungle village to his debut on the World Championship Tour.
Open Sesame: The Story Of Seeds (2014)
Filmmaker M. Sean Kaminsky examines the need to protect seeds.
Openings: The Search for Harry (2012)
After losing his job, his spouse and his home, Harry Reed begins a personal journey to make new connections and create a fuller, richer life.
Terrorist Osama bin Laden rises from the dead and, with an army of zombies at his back, begins a rampage of horror.
Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo (2009)
Filmmakers explore the stories of three Guantanamo prisoners, how and why they wound up there, and includes interviews with former detainees, lawyers and other experts.
Owl City - Live from Los Angeles (2012)
Owl City’s Adam Young, a 25-year-old small-town Minnesotan who had never been on an airplane until two years ago, has experienced many extraordinary moments in his young career, including calling his mom back home on his cellphone while standing on The Great Wall of China. Young’s travels came in the wake of the blockbuster success of Owl City’s major-label debut album — the lush, lovingly created Ocean Eyes, which was released by Universal Republic Records in July 2009. Filled with whimsical melodies and blissful beats, Ocean Eyes topped the Billboard Rock, Alternative, and Dance/Electronic charts and was certified platinum in the U.S. The album spawned the quadruple-platinum single “Fireflies,” which hit No. 1 in 24 countries including the U.S. (twice), and sold more than five million downloads. Its eye-popping success has made Owl City an international phenomenon, shifting nearly 13 million tracks worldwide, and selling out headlining shows in the U.S., Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Asia. As a followup to this early success, Owl City hit the road for a World Tour in June 2011, headlining shows in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Europe, Japan, Korea, Philippines and Indonesia following the June 14th release of sophomore record, All Things Bright and Beautiful. Forced to overcome his shyness and trepidation about performing live, Young is now enthusiastic about touring and showing up for his fans. “The gratification you get from flying across the world and playing to a room full of kids who know all your lyrics, even if they don’t speak your language, is incredible,” Young says. “It’s those times when you stand back and say, ‘I’m just a normal guy, I can’t believe this is happening.’” "Owl City - Live from Los Angeles" documents one stop on this seventy-six date All Things Bright and Beautiful World Tour.
In a dry, post-apocalyptic world, two wanderers find a copy of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz."
Patsy Dick (2012)
An Irish boatman and a U.S. couple find that something totally unexpected is just what they need.
Peace Through Education: Stealing the Light (2010)
An Afghan-American doctor returns to southern Afghanistan to build a school.
Pelican Dreams (2014)
Filmmaker Judy Irving follows a California brown pelican from her capture on the Golden Gate Bridge to a wildlife rehabilitation facility.
Jai (Raja Fenske) lives the high life until his wealthy father's gives him an ultimatum to work as a janitor at the family company or lose his inheritance. Jai adapts to his new job and realizes that being a grown up is not all that bad.
Perfect Understanding (1933)
After a whirlwind romance, an affair threatens to destroy a couple's (Gloria Swanson, Laurence Olivier) marriage.
A pine squirrel encounters many different forest creatures, both friendly and dangerous, as it grows up.
Plastic Galaxy: The Story Of Star Wars Toys (2014)
Groundbreaking effect of "Star Wars" toys on the world.
Point And Shoot (2014)
Matthew Vandyke leaves his home in Baltimore to help rebels in Libya overthrow dictator Muammar Gaddafi. With a gun in one hand and a video camera in the other, Matthew records the struggle for political freedom and personal transformation.
Poltergeist III (1988)
Psychically attuned youngster Carol Anne (Heather O'Rourke) is sent to live in Chicago with her Uncle Bruce (Tom Skerritt) and Aunt Pat (Nancy Allen). But that doesn't mean that she's escaped the apparitions that have haunted her in the past. When she starts experiencing terrifying visions, her school psychologist believes that they're figments of her imagination. But this becomes hard to believe when ghostly foes start inhabiting the mirrors in her relatives' high-rise apartment.
Genial Puerto Rican widower Abraham Rodriguez (Alan Arkin), known as "Popi" to his preteen sons, grapples with poverty and hardship in their Spanish Harlem neighborhood. Desperate to provide his sons every opportunity to succeed, and noting the reverence with which Americans treat Cuban immigrants, Popi lights upon a wild scheme. He sets his boys afloat in a boat off the coast of Florida, confident that they will be "rescued" as Cuban refugees and adopted by wealthy patrons.
Franck shows up in a gossip magazine photo behind a brawling TV star at a football match. Unfortunately for Franck, he should have been at his night watchman's job at the time, so when his boss sees the photo in DQ Magazine, Franck suddenly finds himself in the unemployment line. Vowing revenge, he sets out to find Michel Verdier, the notorious, ace paparazzi who unwittingly got Frank fired. From the moment Franck walks in to the offices of DQ Magazine, discovering its world of stolen images, secrets for sale, and glamorous love affairs played out in public, his life is transformed. Like a true paparazzi, Franck hunts down Michel Verdier. When he finally comes into contact with this super pro, Franck quickly succumbs, much too quickly, to the lure of adventure, easy money and easier women. Reckless as ever, Michel Verdier is about to create another unscrupulous, out of control paparazzi.
Raiders of the Damned (2007)
Soldiers must battle zombies to save a group of scientists.
Report To The Commissioner (1975)
Patty Butler (Susan Blakely) is a New York City police detective working undercover to investigate a Times Square drug-trafficking ring run by a street-smart crook named Stick Henderson (Tony King). When a naive rookie cop, Bo Lockley (Michael Moriarty), begins to investigate Patty, the incident ends with Patty shot dead. After Patty's death, Bo's corrupt superiors attempt to cover up the incident, and Bo is forced into an uneasy alliance with Stick Henderson.
Monkeyshine follows Jake Truman, an everyday regular guy, in search of a legacy left by his Grandfather for generations.
At his Grandfathers funeral, Jake is handed an envelope which contains a map of an island apparently called Monkeyshine.
Jake must look into his soul and follow his heart to find out who he really is, and what he really wants, before he can set out on a journey that could change his life forever...
Fall Into Me (2007)
The lives of two people, Maria (Heidi Fellner) and Steve (Ron Menzel), change when their fabrications collide.
Conquest of Space (1955)
A captain (Walter Brooke), his son (Eric Fleming), a sergeant (Mickey Shaughnessy) and crew take off from a space station in a rocketship for Mars.
The Custodian (2006)
Living the mundane existence of a professional bodyguard, always in the shadows of his clients, Ruben decides to make a change that will finally give him a personal connection outside of his solitary world. An official selection of the prestigious Global Lens Collection presented by the Global Film Initiative. (Argentina: Spanish with English subtitles.)
Of Time And The City (2008)
Terence Davies recalls his life growing up in Liverpool, England in the 1950s and 1960s using newsreel and documentary footage.
Searching for the 4th Nail (2009)
An American gypsy turns his camera on the secret life of his Romani culture.
George & A.J. (2009)
Nurses George and A.J. witness Carl's house floating away and see other senior citizens making their own escapes.
My Year Without Sex (2009)
An Australian family experiences ups and downs during a year that follows an emergency.
An Easter Bunny Puppy (2013)
A confused young canine wants to be the Easter Bunny, but his family thinks that dogs should just concentrate on being dogs.
The Smiths: The Queen Is Dead - A Classic Album Under Review (2008)
If The Smiths had called it a day after Meat Is Murder, and never released The Queen Is Dead, they would surely still be seen as one of the finest British bands ever - a perpetual legacy was assured soon after their second album. But on June 16th 1986, when the band released their third record proper, they entered an exclusive league that grants new membership once a decade at best. This DVD is a visual review of this groundbreaking record, it's writing, recording, production, release and legacy. Showing for the first time how it all came together and what made it so great, the film is all at once hugely enlightening, downright entertaining, and remains the only visual document of this momentous happening ever released. Features Include rare footage of The Smiths, studio and live recordings of every track on the album, revealing interviews with band members and many others who worked with them on the record, footage of and comment on the pivotal influences on the music
Dangerous Lady (1941)
A female lawyer teams up with her private-eye husband to solve a murder.
To Educate a Girl (2010)
GlobalGirl Media Network Presents: What does it take to educate a girl in a world where 72 million children are not in school - most of them female? Filmmakers Frederick Rendina and Oren Rudavsky set out to find the answer.
Unlikely Heroes of the Arab Spring (2014)
Presented by the award-winning author and property-rights activist Hernando de Soto, this public television special presents, for the first time, the basic human and economic events that led to the Arab uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa. The program shows that "The Arab Spring" was less a political event than it was about the coming of the industrial revolution to a region where over 90% of the population lives and works outside the rule of law. De Soto shows us that this informal economy is, however, the one common thread that can contribute to the region's growth and stability.
Angel, Alien and UFO Encounters from Another Dimension (2012)
Have you ever wondered if something is alive in the sky, observing us? Alien Angels and UFOs takes that momentary inkling and explores the endless possibilities of other-worldly intelligence. With first hand accounts and real footage, host Ken Klein makes his case for life beyond what humanity can comprehend.
Kill Me (2012)
A young detective is doing his best to keep criminals off the street. This especially means individuals who are part of the mafia.
The detective is tested when he falls in love with a girl who has no respect for the law. She has a boyfriend who is not afraid to kill anyone, and she is running from the mafia.
This detective must now decide if all of this trouble is worth it. Furthermore, he must decide if losing everything he has worked for is worth it. Quickly, this detective sees entire different side of life that working for the law does not give him.
Red White Black & Blue (2006)
On June 7, 1942, 3,000 Japanese troops invaded Alaska, the only invasion of American soil since the War of 1812. Sixty years later, two U.S. soldiers who fought on the remote Aleutian island of Attu embark on a journey back to one of the bloodiest battles of World War II, where they relive the brutal 19-day combat that the American government kept secret.
Sliceman has adventures in the land of Murderchain.
Wilderness Survival for Girls (2004)
Ruth (Jeanette Brox), Deb (Megan Henning) and Kate (Ali Humiston) are three teens enjoying a weekend getaway at a remote mountain cabin. Their fun is interrupted by the intrusion of a stranger (James Morrison), who may or may not be responsible for an unsolved murder nearby.
Night of Fear (1972)
(1972) Norman Yemm, Carla Hoogeveen, Mike Dorsey, Briony Behets. This is one creepy, nail-biting film. A young woman becomes lost in the woods after her horse runs off. Little does she know that a deranged maniac is on the loose who takes great pleasure in taking a rusty blade to unwary travelers. In addition to being a loony tunes psycho, he also keeps a large pack of blood-fed rats around the house. This great Australian chiller was originally banned by censors. It has a dull, plodding sense of impending horror that truly gets under your skin after a while. Brrrr. Probably not one for the kids. Color, 35mm.
My Name Is Nobody (2005)
When a drifter returns home after 10 years, he discovers that something terrible has happened to his family.
Detective Kitty O'Day (1944)
An amateur sleuth (Jean Parker) drags her reluctant boyfriend (Peter Cookson) into situations that lead to them being accused of murder.
Cocaine Cowboys: Reloaded (2014)
In the 1980s, ruthless Colombian cocaine barons invaded Miami with a brand of violence unseen in this country since Prohibition-era Chicago. Cocaine Cowboys is the true story of how Miami became the drug, murder and cash capital of the United States. But it isn't the whole story - Pulling from hundreds of hours of additional interviews and recently uncovered archival news footage, Cocaine Cowboys has been RELOADED: packed with footage and stories that have never been told about Griselda Blanco, the Medellín Cartel, and Miami's Cocaine Wars, with firsthand accounts by hit man Jorge 'Rivi' Ayala, cocaine trafficker Jon Roberts, smuggler Mickey Munday, and others. Cocaine Cowboys: Reloaded recreates Miami's Cocaine Wars like you've never experienced it.
Spare Time Killers (2012)
A hit man (Kirk Ramage) goes on a deadly rampage when his longtime cohort (Tony Martin Blank) decides to retire.
Haunted House On Sorority Row (2014)
After a fledgling sorority moves into an old house, something evil begins to affect the minds and bodies of its members.
Beneath The 12-Mile Reef (1953)
Just off the coast of Florida, two fishing operations have become spiteful business rivals. On one side is Mike Petrakis (Gilbert Roland) and on the other is Thomas Rhys (Richard Boone). Mounting tension over territory in the Gulf Coast soon leads to violence. However, when dashing young Tony Petrakis (Robert Wagner) meets the lovely Gwyneth Rhys (Terry Moore), the young lovers quickly forget their fathers' bloody feud and begin a dangerous romance on the high seas.
Bobby Slayton: Born to Be Bobby (2010)
Living legend Bobby Slayton is one of the most recognized, respected, and energetic comedians working today. Audiences around the country have seen him in a number of films including Dreamgirls and Get Shorty, as well as his outrageous comedy performances on everything from The Tonight Show, Howard Stern, and Family Guy. Quoting the New York Daily News: "He's armed and dangerous! ... with a refusal to compromise his comedic art for anybody!" The Pitbull of Comedy is barking back in a new hour of laughs sure to leave you howling!
Atomic Journeys: Welcome to Ground Zero (2000)
ATOMIC JOURNEYS explores the secret history of the over 900 Atomic and Hydrogen bomb tests detonated throughout the United States in previously unknown locations as diverse as Mississippi, Colorado, New Mexico and Alaska. Through the use of unique and spectacular, never-before-seen nuclear test footage, ATOMIC JOURNEYS travels to former test sites and examines the physical changes to the environment, the history behind each test and what the test sites are like today. Finally, we will visit the Nevada Test Site, known as the most bombed place on earth.
The Affairs of Cellini (1934)
Benvenuto Cellini (Fredric March) is a goldsmith, artist, womanizer and swashbuckler known throughout Florence, Italy. When he enters the royal palace of the Medicis, he instantly has eyes for the Duchess of Florence (Constance Bennett), who openly returns his ardor. The dithering, dim-witted Duke (Frank Morgan) barely notices because he's too besotted with an airhead model (Fay Wray). However, when Cellini gets too cocky, he suddenly finds himself flirting with execution.
The All-American Boy (1973)
Vic "Bomber" Bealer (Jon Voight) is a handsome, manipulative boxer who aspires to something greater than the small-town life he knows in Texas. But, even when opportunities present themselves, Bealer is too restless and indecisive to take advantage. Despite being on the cusp of making the Olympic boxing team, his life is in total disarray as he juggles relationships with an old flame (E.J. Peaker), a girl who's way too young for him (Anne Archer) and a gay trainer (Ned Glass).
The Avenging Eagle (1978)
With help from a mysterious warrior (Fu Sheng), a man (Ti Lung) targets his former gang leader (Ku Feng).
The Baby Maker (1970)
A free spirit (Barbara Hershey) is hired to conceive a child with a middle-class man (Sam Groom) whose wife (Collin Wilcox-Horne) cannot.
The Ballad of Shovels and Rope (2014)
A two-man family band uses hard work and ingenuity to emerge as "artist of the year."
The Bamboo Blonde (1946)
A B-29 pilot (Russell Wade) meets a nightclub singer (Frances Langford), and his crew paints her picture on the nose of their plane.
The Bears and I (1974)
A Vietnam veteran (Patrick Wayne) visits a fallen comrade's Indian father (Chief Dan George), then stays to raise bear cubs.
The Best of Walt Disney's True-Life Adventures (1975)
Highlights from the nature-film series range from the 1949 "Seal Island" to the 1960 "Jungle Cat."
The Black Fables (2015)
Four tales of terror.
The Brussels Business (2012)
The lobbyists who hold sway in Brussels have an influence on nearly every decision that gets made for the average country in the European Union.
The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (1964)
Greedy American Alexander King (Fred Clark) makes an excursion to Egypt, where he hopes that archaeologist Sir Giles Dalrymple (Jack Gwillim) and young assistant John Bray (Ronald Howard) can help him unearth ancient treasures. But they eventually run into Adam Beauchamp (Terence Morgan), an accursed man with a long family history of hauntings. Adam's mere presence is enough to awaken mummy Ra-Antef (Dickie Owen), putting the entire expedition in grave danger.
The Death of Alice Blue (2009)
Alice (Alex Appel) discovers ancient secrets about her genetics after starting a new job at an advertising agency and joining with a group of fellow employees nicknamed 'The Resistance'.
The Defector (1966)
A U.S. scientist (Montgomery Clift) spies for a CIA agent (Roddy McDowall) in East Germany; a Soviet agent (Hardy Kruger) tries to get him to defect.
The Devil Is A Sissy (1936)
Proper little Claude (Freddie Bartholomew), transplanted British schoolboy, tries to be one of the gang (Mickey Rooney, Jackie Cooper) in New York.
The Devil's Dosh (2012)
Marcus, a London crime boss, has a tragic ending.
The Distracted Mind with Dr. Adam Gazzaley (2011)
Hosted by renowned neuroscientist and M.D., Ph.D., Dr. Adam Gazzaley, The Distracted Mind delves deeply into attention, distraction, the myth of multi-tasking, and how to use the latest research to possibly improve our skills and abilities at any point during our lives. While the brain can seem almost boundless in its potential, it has limitations, such as processing speed, attentional limitations, working memory limitations, and sensitivity to interference, which can be both internal and external. Dr. Gazzaley explores the impact that multi-tasking has on our safety, memory, education, careers and personal lives. Most importantly, The Distracted Mind tells us what we can do to improve our attentional abilities and our focus as we age, and as media continues to dominate our landscape. From changing our behaviors, to literally changing our brains, Dr. Gazzaley shares information you need to survive and thrive in the information age.
The Echo Game (2009)
A woman (Alisha Seaton) receives a letter from her presumed-dead ex-lover, warning her that a rogue scientist is after their telepathic daughter.
The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr Morris Lessmore (2011)
In an allegory about the curative power of story, books return the favor to those who care for them.
The Fuller Brush Girl (1950)
Milquetoast Humphrey Briggs (Eddie Albert) and his impetuous girlfriend, Sally Elliot (Lucille Ball), are office workers at a shipping firm whose corrupt owner, Harvey Simpson (Jerome Cowan), uses his company as a front for a massive smuggling operation. When an accident causes Simpson's rich and jealous wife (Lee Patrick) to assume he's cheating on her, the lovebirds get unwillingly drawn into a murder investigation involving a stripper (Gale Robbins) and a hired killer (Fred Graham).
The George Raft Story (1961)
A Broadway dancer (Ray Danton) goes to Hollywood and begins his movie career as a gangster in "Scarface."
The Ghosts of Buxley Hall (1980)
The ghostly founders (Dick O'Neill, Victor French, Louise Latham) of a military academy try to undo a merger with a girls school.
The Gift of Winter (1974)
In a world with no snow and no winter, an unlikely bunch of heroes strive to bring a magical gift to the world.
The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond (1960)
The New York killer (Ray Danton) goes from mob bodyguard to mob boss to mob target.
The Sublime and Beautiful (2014)
After a tragedy strikes his family, David must come to terms with his grief while maintaining a grasp on his home life. He does everything he can to hold on, but his desire for retribution leads him to the breaking point.
The Unholy (1988)
An archbishop (Hal Holbrook) puts a priest (Ben Cross) in a New Orleans parish where Satan poses as a temptress in black.
Rob Zombie: The Zombie Horror Picture Show (2014)
From the maniacal, twisted mind of Rob Zombie comes his first ever concert film complete with hair-raising theatrics, animatronic robots, oversized LED screens, a spectacular light and video show, pyrotechnics, insane guitar riffs and vicious beats. Directed by Rob Zombie, The Zombie Horror Picture Show captures the elaborate, multi-media production conceived by the horror film and hard rock master mind that was unleashed to audiences during his 2013 tour. Filmed in Texas, the concert explodes with a blistering set of sixteen Zombie staples including "Dragula," "Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Supertown," "Superbeast" and "Living Dead Girl."
This Ain't California (2012)
Cameras record three teenagers born in the '70s as they rebel in the '80s -- until their lives change forever.
Three for the Show (1955)
Julie (Betty Grable), a beloved singer, is married to songwriter Marty Stewart (Jack Lemmon), who disappears while serving in the Korean War. Eventually, Julie assumes that her husband has died and marries Marty's closest pal, Vernon Lowndes (Gower Champion). Vernon and Julie have a happy marriage until Marty suddenly arrives back home, alive and well. The two men are at one another's throats, and Julie is mortified -- that is, until she realizes there may be an advantage to having two husbands.
Three Loves Has Nancy (1938)
An author (Robert Montgomery) and his publisher (Franchot Tone) vie for the attention of a young woman (Janet Gaynor) who is stranded in New York.
When a busybody (Marjorie Main) tries setting up her nephew with a friend's daughter, he instead falls for the daughter of his aunt's enemy.