Boccaccio '70 (1962)
Four legendary filmmakers direct some of Europe's biggest stars in BOCCACCIO '70, a landmark anthology film. Mario Monicelli (Big Deal on Madonna Street), Federico Fellini (8½), Luchino Visconti (The Leopard) and Vittorio De Sica (Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow) direct Sophia Loren, Anita Ekberg, Romy Schneider and more through four stories of unashamed eros. Modeled on Boccaccio's Decameron, they are comic moral tales about the hypocrisies surrounding sex in 1960s Italy.
The Unbelievable Truth (1989)
An ex-convict (Robert Burke) works for a Long Island garage owner (Christopher Cooke) who has a restless daughter (Adrienne Shelly) bound for Harvard.
Badass Showdown (2013)
Ivy Reed, an elite MMA fighter manager, uses a special formula to find her champion fighters. Jimmy, her best trainer, does not see eye to eye with her methods as he works with her latest crop of athletes.
Red Stallion In The Rockies (1949)
Red Stallion in the Rockies is a 1949 American Cinecolor film directed by Ralph Murphy. Mary Grant designed the film's costumes.
The Other One (2014)
Amber returns to her childhood home to care for her mother.
The Other Side of Immigration (2009)
The Other Side of Immigration is a 2010 documentary film directed by Roy Germano that explores why so many people leave the Mexican countryside to work in the United States and what happens to the families and communities they leave behind. The film is based on Germano’s interviews with over 700 households in Mexico, which he carried out while doing Ph.D. research on remittances at the University of Texas at Austin. The Other Side of Immigration is distributed by Team Love Records, a company founded by musician Conor Oberst.
The Other Son (2012)
As he prepares to join the Israeli army for his national service, Joseph discovers he is not his parents’ biological son, but that he was inadvertently switched at birth with Yassin, the son of a Palestinian family from the West Bank.
This revelation turns the lives of these two families upside-down, forcing them to reassess their respective identities, their
values and their beliefs.
Sesame Street: The Great Numbers Game (1998)
1 to 20 is your aim if you want to play this game. With a push of the START button, Elmo, Telly and Gabi find themselves inside The Great Numbers Game. Each number they find leads them to one of Sesame Street's classic counting cartoons. Who will be the winner? Everyone wins when they play The Great Numbers Game!
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.
Art Heist (2004)
Art Heist is a 2004 film directed by Bryan Goeres, starring William Baldwin, Ellen Pompeo, and Spanish actor Abel Folk. Written by Diane Fine and Evan Spiliotopoulos, produced by Manual Corbi, and released on July 13, 2004.
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.
The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley: The Case of the U.S. Space Camp Mission (1996)
Those twin supersleuths, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen ("Full House"), are called in by real astronaut Alan Bean to help solve a perplexing problem that could endanger the launch of the U.S. Space Shuttle.
Thunder Kids 2: Wonderful Mission (1990)
The highest spiritual symbol of the Capa Ninja Clan, the Buddha statue, resurfaces after being stolen from them years ago. Three groups set out to get the statue...let the battles begin!
The Alien Agenda: A Filmmaker's Log (2009)
The Alien Agenda: A Filmmaker's Log-Chapter 1: Envisioning District 9
Alien Opponent (2011)
Alien Opponent is a 2010 American science fiction film written and directed by Colin Theys and starring Roddy Piper. It was first broadcast on Chiller and later released on DVD by Shout! Factory.
Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same (2012)
Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same is an American independent 2011 comedy film written and directed by Madeleine Olnek. It parodies lesbian culture and low-budget American 1950s science-fiction films in the style of Ed Wood.
The film is about three lesbian space aliens that come to Earth. Once on Earth, one of the space aliens, Zoinx, falls in love with an employee at a greeting card store named Jane. Jane shyly returns Zoinx's affection and they begin a romance, though Jane does not know that Zoinx is a space alien. In the meantime, Jane, Zoinx and Zoinx's friends do not know that they may be in trouble: there are two government agents--men in black—monitoring Jane as she starts to become closer to a woman who the men feel does not belong on this planet.
Single In South Beach (2015)
Amy, an attractive single woman, confuses love with money and becomes a victim of the materialistic nature of South Beach.
Beach Blanket Frankenstein (2015)
Poor little Victoria Frankenstein. She is in love with Marylou, the hottest surfer girl on the beach. Everyone makes fun of her. But when Marlyou is mauled to death by boob-eating shark, Victoria jumps at the chance to make a new best friend. The only problem is, she's a real monster!
Beach Blanket Frankenstein is an electrifying beach party rock-n-roll musical undead love story with guts!
Malibu Beach (1978)
A beach bum (James Daughton) and a bodybuilder fight over a new lifeguard (Kim Lankford), with time out for horseplay.
Kings of South Beach (2007)
Kings of South Beach is a film written by Nicholas Pileggi about an infamous operator of nightclubs in the South Beach section of Miami Beach, Florida. The lead character is portrayed by Jason Gedrick; his best friend is portrayed by Donnie Wahlberg. The film premiered on March 12, 2007 on the A&E Network.
Reel Evil (2012)
Three filmmakers are hired to film a documentary for a major studio. Their dream job turns into a nightmare when they uncover the location's malevolent secrets.
A Little Help (2010)
In the suburbs of Long Island, Laura Pehlke (Jenna Fischer) and Bob Pehlke (Chris O’Donnell) are trapped in a loveless marriage as they struggle with the pervasive tension in the summer following 9/11.
Heaven Help Me, I'm in Love (2005)
Butch (Mark Baranowski) and Angie (Ryli Morgan) are in love, but their relationship isn't progressing quickly enough for Angie. When Butch foolishly attempts to deceive her on account of a friend, whom she already dislikes, she decides to call it quits and dumps him. Meanwhile, screenwriter Donald (Michael Hicks), another of Butch's friends, is having his own problems in dealing with writer's block and a wife who's tired of being ignored. Struggling desperately to write the All-American comedy, Donald soon finds inspiration in Butch... A devious ex-girlfriend, a pushy drug dealer, a blind date gone awry and a nagging mother (Lynn Lowry) turns Butch's weekend, and spirits, from bad to downright pathetic. As Angie tends to her ailing mother (Brinke Stevens) and begins to accept life without him, Butch races to make amends in an effort to win back her heart before it's too late. SPECIAL EDITION movie FEATURES: - feature film - scene selections - bloopers & outtakes - Lynn Lowry interview - Mark & Ryli interview (w/ Nic Pesante) - slideshow - promotional trailer
War Hunt (1962)
War Hunt is a 1962 war film starring John Saxon, Robert Redford and Charles Aidman. The film was directed by Denis Sanders, produced by his brother, Terry Sanders for T-D Enterprises, and released by United Artists. The movie features the film debuts of Sydney Pollack and Tom Skerritt and the first major role for Redford. Redford and Pollack met on the set of this film as actors. The two would later form a prolific working relationship, with Pollack eventually directing Redford in seven films. The National Board of Review named the film as one of the ten best films of 1962. It won the Silver Sail best feature film award at the 1962 Locarno International Film Festival and was nominated for a UN BAFTA award in 1964.
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.
Challenge of the Masters (1976)
Challenge of the Masters is a 1976 martial arts-action film released in Hong Kong by Shaw Brothers, and directed by Lau Kar Leung.
Flight to Hong Kong (1956)
Flight to Hong Kong is a 1956 American crime film directed by Joseph M. Newman and written by Edward G. O'Callaghan and Leo Townsend. The film stars Rory Calhoun, Barbara Rush, Dolores Donlon, Soo Yong, Pat Conway and Werner Klemperer. The film was released on October 8, 1956, by United Artists.
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.
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.
Black Woman's Guide to Finding a Good Man (2007)
Women meet losers and endure various pitfalls while searching for Mr. Right.
City of Missing Girls (1941)
City of Missing Girls is a 1941 American film directed by Elmer Clifton.
Directed by critically-acclaimed director Kenneth Branagh, Jude Law and two-time Oscar-winner Michael Caine (1987, Best Supporting Actor, Hannah and Her Sisters; 2000, Best Supporting Actor, Cider House Rules) join forces in this sharp-witted, modern adaptation of the 1972 classic, Sleuth. Locked in a high-tech English manor, bound in a deadly duel of wits, Andrew Wyke (Caine) and Milo Tindle (Law) come together as English gentlemen to discuss the matter of Wyke's wife: the woman both are sleeping with. But as wit becomes wicked and clever becomes cutthroat, Wyke and Tindle's game of one-upmanship spirals out of control, in an escalating chess match that can have only one outcome: murder.
Drivers Wanted (2012)
Drivers Wanted is a 2012 documentary film about 55 Stan, a New York City taxi depot in Queens, NY. It was directed by Joshua Z Weinstein and produced by Jean Tsien. As well as directing, Weinstein participated in the film, often riding in the passenger seat of the taxi. The film features Johnnie Spider Footman, New York City's oldest taxi driver. Mr. Footman died on September 11, 2013. He was 94 years old. The documentary was screened at the Silverdocs 2012 Film Festival. It also played at the Simons Center for the Arts as part of the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers and the reRun Gastropub. The film was also shown at the DOC NY film festival.
David Blaine: Vertigo (2002)
In Vertigo, David Blaine is lifted by a crane onto a 100-foot tall, 22-inch wide pillar in New York City's Bryant Park. Standing on the pillar for 36 hours, he wears no harness and has no safety net to protect him from the concrete below.
Beau Ideal (1931)
Beau Ideal is a 1931 American Pre-Code adventure film directed by Herbert Brenon and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The film was based on the adventure novel, Beau Ideal by P. C. Wren, the third novel in a series of five novels based around the same characters. Brenon had directed the first in the series, Beau Geste, which was a very successful silent film in 1926. The screenplay was adapted from Wren's novel by Paul Schofield, who had also written the screenplay for the 1926 Beau Geste, with contributions from Elizabeth Meehan and Marie Halvey. The film starred Ralph Forbes (reprising his role as John Geste from the 1926 film, Beau Geste), Loretta Young, and Irene Rich. The other lead, Lester Vail, was making his film debut, after he replaced Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., who had originally been selected for a principal role in the film. Exteriors were filmed on locations in Arizona and Mexico, while the interiors were filmed on the RKO lot in Hollywood, and production took approximately five weeks to film. Post production would take place in November and December 1930, before the film was released on January 16, 1931. Unfortunately, the film was neither a critical nor financial success, losing over $300,000 for RKO. In addition, reviews for the film were mixed, with most being not kind to the film. Some modern sources also consider the film to be one of the worst produced by RKO that year. Although the film was not a success, it did introduce two technological advancements to film: the concentrator microphone and the Dunning process.
We Have Your Husband (2011)
After her husband Eduardo (Esai Morales) is kidnapped near their ranch in Mexico, Jayne (Teri Polo) has to raise enough money to ransom him back.
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.
I Think We're Alone Now (2008)
Jeff and Kelly are labeled as stalkers by the media after they profess their love for 1980s pop princess Tiffany.
Gangland Wire (2013)
Filmmaker Gary Jenkins interviews people involved in the 1970s casino skimming investigation.
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.
Branded (also known as The Mad Cow and Moscow 2017 (Москва 2017 in Russian)) is a 2012 Russian–American dark fantasy science fiction film written and directed by Jamie Bradshaw and Aleksandr Dulerayn. It was released on September 7, 2012.
Kendal, a surgical resident, mistakingly accepts a ride in a gypsy cab, on route to meeting her same sex partner and their mutual friend, in the West Village of New York City. A questionable act of terrorism, coupled with an unexpected medical twist, give rise to a story of heightened intrigue and unrelenting suspense. The FBI and NYPD, work to determine the reason for the abduction and to find Kendal, before it's too late! Sensing a lack of motivation on the part of law enforcement because of Kendal's sexual orientation and Middle Eastern heritage, her partner, Lauren launches her own investigation. Abuse of power, murder, greed and desperation.....all a part of DETOUR's twisting and enticing plot. How far would you go to save the love of your life?
Ozzy Osbourne: Memoirs of a Madman (2014)
Memoirs Of A Madman (DVD) is a definitive visual two-disc DVD set which includes classic music videos, along with unreleased and out-of-print live performances, plus interviews from his solo career.
Devil Seed (2012)
A college student's psychic reading goes horribly wrong, and she becomes possessed by a demonic entity.
Operation Cross Eagles (1968)
World War II commandos (Richard Conte, Rory Calhoun) attempt to capture a high-ranking German officer to exchange for a captured American.
Sam's Lake (2005)
Sam's Lake is a horror movie directed by Andrew C. Erin and starring Sandrine Holt, Fay Masterson, and William Gregory Lee, it was an official selection at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival.
Amber Lake (2011)
Three half-sisters (Polly Cole, Mekenna Melvin, Natalie Smyka) offer different accounts of the events leading to the discovery of their father's body.
Return To Blood Fart Lake (2012)
A killer returns from the grave to continue his unholy work.
George Carlin: Playin' with Your Head (1986)
George Carlin is one of the greatest comedians of all time. Well known for his shockingly cynical view of the world, twisted logic, satire, and foul mouth; Carlin uses all of his talents in this movie. His views on everything from, how people address each other to his concept of heaven are all described to the audience in classic Carlin style. Carlin explains his "rules" for the games people play, all the while making it clear, the heads he's playing with are everyone's.
Half Past Dead 2 (2007)
Half Past Dead 2 is a 2007 American action film directed by Art Camacho, and starring Bill Goldberg and Kurupt. It is a sequel to the 2002's Half Past Dead starring Steven Seagal, Ja Rule and Morris Chestnut. None of the actors from the original film return, except Kurupt who returns to reprise his role of Twitch. The film was released in the United States on May 15, 2007.
The Other Half (2006)
The Other Half is an award-winning independent Chinese film. It is the second feature from Chinese director Ying Liang.
In Our Nature (2012)
In Our Nature is a 2012 film starring John Slattery, Gabrielle Union, and Zach Gilford, directed by Brian Savelson, Seth and Andie had the perfect weekend getaway planned, until an unexpected visit puts Seth's estranged father and his girlfriend in the same cabin.
All Hallows' Eve (2013)
All Hallows' Eve is a 2013 horror movie that was directed by Damien Leone and marks his feature film directorial debut. It was released straight to DVD on October 29, 2013 and stars Mike Giannelli as a homicidal clown that terrorizes his victims. The movie incorporates scenes from two of Leone's earlier shorts, The 9th Circle and Terrifier, which also featured the character of Art the Clown.
The Body Vanished (1939)
The Body Vanished is a 1939 British comedy crime film directed by Walter Tennyson and starring Anthony Hulme, C. Denier Warren and Ernest Sefton. It was made at Isleworth Studios as a quota quickie.
How do you make a fortune from the bloodlust of millions? One sadistically savvy businessman (Samuel L. Jackson) has created an empire with his brutal, fight-to-the-death gladiator website. His newest warrior is David Lord (Kellan Lutz), a kidnapped fireman, now imprisoned and forced to fight for his life. To buy his freedom, Lord agrees to do a series of lethal bouts. But as the body count escalates, and with his most challenging battle remaining, Lord unleashes a torrent of bloody carnage and reveals a secret that threatens to tear down the entire enterprise. Also featuring Daniel Dae Kim (TV’s “Lost”) and Nina Dobrev (TV’s “Vampire Diaries”).
The Monkey's Paw (2013)
The Monkey's Paw is a 2013 American horror film based on the short story of the same name by author W. W. Jacobs. The film revolves around Jake Tilton who receives a mysterious monkey's paw talisman which grants him three wishes. The film was directed by Brett Simmons, written by Macon Blair and produced by Ross Otterman for TMP Films, and is a Chiller Films presentation.
The film was released in theaters and video on demand on October 8, 2013, and received mostly negative reviews.
Pingu: Chillin' With Pingu (2004)
Who is Pingu? He's a charming and cheeky young penguin who lives in the snow and ice of the South Pole. Often finding himself in tricky and comical situations, the mischievous penguin meets the challenges of life head on, as he grows into a cooler and wiser penguin along the way. The award-winning, stop-frame calymation show appeals to millions of fans worldwide. Pingu has fun chillin' with his family and friends at their Arctic home, but that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the cool adventures of this humorous penguin. Penguins have feelings too, and Pingu experiences the joys and frustrations of kids everywhere in these fun-filled stories. But sometimes things get out of hand as the mischievous little penguin goes from one "ice-capade" to another!
Played is a 2006 crime film produced by Caspar von Winterfeldt, Nick Simunek and Mick Rossi, executive produced by John Daly, co-produced by Nigel Mead and Lenny Bitondo, written by Sean Stanek and Mick Rossi and directed by Sean Stanek. The film stars Val Kilmer, Gabriel Byrne, Vinnie Jones, Patrick Bergin, Joanne Whalley, Bruno Kirby (in his final film), Anthony LaPaglia, Roy Dotrice, Patsy Kensit, Andy Nyman and Mick Rossi.
Originally intended to be a short, the film was shot without the use of a scripted screenplay and the director (Sean Stanek) allowed the actors to improvise a majority of dialogue as he shot the scenes. The picture was shot on location in London and Los Angeles and took three years to complete.
America's Most Haunted (2013)
The cast of a ghost-hunting show kicks unwanted spirits out of homes, but when the team arrives at a real haunted house, there may be too much to handle.
Beef is a 2003 American film documenting the history of hip-hop feuds. The film's producers were Peter Spirer, Casey Suchan and Denis Henry Hennelly and the executive producer was Quincy Jones III (QD3). It was written by Peter Alton and Peter Spirer (who also directed), and was narrated by actor Ving Rhames.
This film takes a chronological look at battles (some friendly, but many personal) dating back to rap music's infancy in the early 1980s. The notable rivalries discussed include KRS-One vs. MC Shan, Kool Moe Dee vs. Busy Bee, 50 Cent vs. Murder Inc Records, Tru Life vs. Mobb Deep, Common vs. Ice Cube & Westside Connection, the break-up of legendary group N.W.A, which includes Ice Cube's abrupt departure, and the later animosity between Dr. Dre and Eazy-E, the highly publicized Jay-Z vs. Nas rivalry and the most infamous feud of them all, 2Pac vs. The Notorious B.I.G.. It was partly born out of producer Jones's belief that "Beefs are killing hip-hop".
Many prominent hip-hop personalities such as Russell Simmons, Snoop Dogg, Kool Moe Dee, Jay-Z, KRS-One, Mack 10, DMX, and Ice-T also participate in the film through interviews (some done for the film, as well as archived interviews from other sources, such as MTV and BET clips). Beef also features newly released performances by many musical artists.
Subsequent releases in this series include Beef II (released 2004, also produced by Suchan and Hennelly, and narrated by actor Keith David), Beef 3 (released in 2005, narrated by DJ Kay Slay), and a BET series titled Beef: The Series, which premiered in 2006. These sequels are a continuation of the original film, but cover lesser-known confrontations and developing beefs just prior to the release of each respective film. They include LL Cool J vs. Canibus, Ja Rule vs. DMX, 50 Cent vs. The Game, Lil' Flip vs. T.I., Nelly vs. Chingy, and Erick Sermon vs. EPMD partner Parrish Smith. In 2011, Spirer speculated on the possibility of a new film, suggesting he was a little tired of the "he said/she said" drama but he might produce further specials in future.
Beef also features never-before seen performances by many of the film's participants and many others, plus extended portions of interviews that did not make the final cut of the film. One portion of the extended interviews features part of an interview with Nate Dogg talking about an incident that occurred around 1995 at a Dogg Pound video shoot, in which entourage members representing Ruthless Records showed up and started a big brawl with members of then-rival Death Row Records. Although Nate Dogg did not mention them by name (he however subtlety mentioned the duo's less-than-successful 1995 album Real Brothaz), rappers B.G. Knocc Out and Dresta (who participated in Eazy-E's hit diss recording, Real Muthaphuckkin G's) were among the alleged participants in the fight.
Dark Blue World (2001)
Having flown for the British Royal Air Force, Czech pilot Franta Sláma (Ondrej Vetchy´) finds himself imprisoned in a post-WWII totalitarian Communist labor camp for "betraying" his country. Rewinding this story, award-winning director Jan Sverák takes us back to when Franta and his young protégé Karel Vojtisek (Krystof Hádek) escape Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia to join the RAF in fighting the Germans. Frustrated at not being allowed to fly against the enemy until they can speak English and their RAF re-training is complete, a strong father/son bond between Franta and Karel quickly develops. After three months of training they are finally sent into combat, but the stress of the war, plus their mutual love for a married English woman, tests their strong friendship. DARK BLUE WORLD is a story about love, comradeship and sacrifice told with the nostalgic sentiment of classic Hollywood movies and the romance and historical backdrop of World War II.
If You Really Love Me (2012)
Three attractive, sophisticated sisters seem to have it all, but they're about to have the rug pulled out from under them. When each of them is confronted with life-shattering problems, they find their faith in God, love and family is deeply shaken. Successful lawyer Fran is shocked to discover her equally successful husband, Phillip, has chosen to answer the call and become a minister. Christine is busily planning her wedding to the man of her dreams, but a stunning infidelity threatens her happiness. And half-sister Tonia struggles with her own shameful secret. Threatened by betrayal, illness and bitter memories of the past, these sisters must take a hard look at each other and themselves to decide if this family has a hope for survival.
During an expedition in an unexplored wilderness, two zoology students encounter a strange young woman.
Rodney Dangerfield: It's Not Easy Bein' Me (1986)
ABC Special. Guests Aretha Franklin, Bill Murray, and Valerie Perrine join Rodney for a hilarious hour of comedy and music. Don't miss Rodney dancin' with the chorus in a wild rendition of "respect"
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
The Bay (2012)
Two million fish washed ashore. One thousand blackbirds dropped from the sky. On July 4, 2009 a deadly menace swept through the quaint seaside town of Claridge, Maryland, but the harrowing story of what happened that Independence Day has never been told - until now. From Oscar®-winning director Barry Levinson and the producers of PARANORMAL ACTIVITY and INSIDIOUS comes this nerve- shredding tale of a small town plunged into absolute terror. The authorities believed they had buried the truth about the tragedy that claimed over 700 human lives. Now, three years later, a reporter has emerged with footage revealing both the cover-up and an unimaginable killer: a mysterious parasitic outbreak. Told from the perspective of those who were there and saw what happened, THE BAY unfolds over 24 hours though people's iPhones, Androids, 911 calls, webcams, and whatever else could be used to document the nightmare in Claridge.
The Ideal Husband (2011)
A couple are happily awaiting their first child until a secret threatens to destroy their happiness.
Splatter University (1984)
Splatter University is an American 1984 slasher film. It was distributed by Troma Entertainment.
Frontier Pony Express (1939)
Frontier Pony Express is a 1939 American film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers.
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.
Affair in Havana (1957)
Affair in Havana (1957) is a crime film noir directed by Laszlo Benedek and written by Maurice Zimm. It stars Raymond Burr and John Cassavetes. The film is about a piano player who falls in love with a crippled man's wife.
Hell Raiders (1968)
Hell Raiders is a 1968 war film directed by Larry Buchanan. It was one of several movies he made for AIP that were remakes of earlier AIP movies - in this case, Suicide Battalion (1958).
Berserker is a fantasy-action-horror film based on Norse mythology. It was written, directed and produced by Paul Matthews and had its main release in 2004.
Flame of the Islands (1956)
Flame of the Islands is a 1956 drama film about a café singer, played by Yvonne De Carlo, who buys into a casino, encountering multiple men who quickly fall in love with her, and her attempt to find true love and happiness.
Michael Moore Hates America (2004)
Michael Moore Hates America is a documentary film directed by Mike Wilson that criticizes the work of film director Michael Moore.
It premiered September 12, 2004, in Dallas, Texas, at the American Film Renaissance film festival.
Salt Lake Raiders (1950)
Salt Lake Raiders is a 1950 American Western film directed by Fred C. Brannon and written by M. Coates Webster. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Roy Barcroft, Martha Hyer, Byron Foulger and Myron Healey. The film was released on May 1, 1950, by Republic Pictures.
Thin is a 2006 cinéma vérité documentary film directed by Lauren Greenfield and distributed by HBO. It was filmed at The Renfrew Center of Florida in Coconut Creek, a 40-bed residential facility for the treatment of women with eating disorders. The film follows four women with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and other eating disorders in their struggle for recovery. It premiered to the general public November 14, 2006 on HBO.
Navajo Trail Raiders (1949)
Navajo Trail Raiders is a 1949 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by M. Coates Webster. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Robert Emmett Keane, Barbara Bestar, Harold Landon and Dick Curtis. The film was released on October 15, 1949, by Republic Pictures.
Bible Revelations: The Sacred Codes (2015)
People use computer technology to search for hidden messages in the Bible.
Kingdom Of Shadows (2015)
Sister Consuelo Morales, former smuggler Don Henry Ford Jr. and federal agent Oscar Hagelsieb discuss the human cost of the U.S.-Mexico drug war.
Casanova Brown (1944)
When he finds out his ex-wife has just had his child and plans to give her up for adoption, a timid English instructor dashes to the child's rescue and attempts to care for her in a hotel room. Before too long, however, his new fiancee and his ex confront him and he must decide what he will do. This light comedy starring Gary Cooper, Theresa Wright and Anita Louise garnered Oscar nominations for Sound and Art Direction and was previously filmed under the title Little Accident in 1930 and 1939.
The Cat Burglar (1961)
Cat Burglar is an unofficial reworking of 1953's Pickup on South Street. Burglar Jack Hogan steals a briefcase which, unbeknownst to him, contains a valuable secret scientific formula. The owner of the briefcase was on the verge of selling the formula to an unnamed (but somewhat slavic-sounding) foreign power. Thus it is that the burglar has the owner, the spies, and the police on his tail. Directed by former Republic western specialist William Witney, Cat Burglar was independently produced by Roger Corman's brother Gene.
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.
Broken Trust (2012)
An attorney (Laura Vandervoort) becomes a pawn in an elaborate scheme that involves the kidnapping of her boss.
Skid Row (2007)
Living on the dangerous, drug-infested streets of downtown L.A for nine days and nights, Grammy award winner Pras Michel goes undercover as a homeless person. The entire time he and his crew are incognito using surveillance cameras. Skid Row is the compelling life-changing story of Pras learning how to fend for himself on the streets of Los Angeles while discovering the dark, volatile and very human side of Skid Row.
Telephone Operator (1937)
Telephone Operator is a 1937 American film directed by Scott Pembroke. It is not related to the similarly-titled "Operator!" (1938 and 1969) AT&T archive films.
Totally Confused (1998)
A young Chicago musician (Greg Pritikin) and his live-in girlfriend (Jackie Katzman) presume that his best friend (Gary Rosen) is gay.
Hungry Hill (1947)
reland in the nineteenth century and two families, the Brodricks and the Donovans, are feuding over a mine. The Donovans believe the land should be theirs, whilst the Brodricks are planning to sink a copper mine into the hill, ‘Hungry Hill’. The Donovans incite the locals not to work in the mine so that the Brodricks have to import Cornishmen. However, when members of both families are killed by rioters, the feud becomes more bitter with chilling consequences.
Fishing Naked (2015)
Fishing Naked is an outrageously funny comedy of mythic proportions. Two buddies (Evan Williams and Twilight’s Bronson Pelletier) want to drive tourists away from their fly fishing river paradise, so they devise some Bigfoot hoaxes that quickly get out of hand.
24 Hours to Kill (1965)
Engine trouble causes an Athens-bound passenger jet to divert to Beirut for a 24-hour layover. “There is no reason to worry,” the pilot announces.
Perhaps there’s no reason while in flight, but there are plenty of reasons on the ground: a crew member’s covert involvement with a gold-smuggling cartel puts the lives of all the crew in danger.
Lex Barker, the handsome star who reigned as the screen’s Tarzan from 1949–53, and movie legend Mickey Rooney headline this tale of jet-set intrigue. Adding to the tale’s international flavor and eye-filling appeal are film locations in colorful Beirut and in the ancient, historically-significant site of Byblos.
Silent Conquest (2013)
The end of freedom of speech in the West.
Sunset on the Desert (1942)
Sunset on the Desert is a 1942 American film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers.
Santa Fe Passage (1955)
Santa Fe Passage is a 1955 Trucolor Western film directed by William Witney starring John Payne, Faith Domergue and Rod Cameron.
Hello Lonesome (2010)
Hello Lonesome is an 2010 American comedy drama directed by Adam Reid. It won numerous awards including at the Los Angeles Film Festival and the Bahamas International Film Festival. It was also nominated for a Film Independent Spirit Award.
Combat Shock (1986)
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Bandit King of Texas (1949)
Bandit King of Texas is a 1949 American Western film directed by Fred C. Brannon and written by Olive Cooper. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Helene Stanley, James Nolan, Harry Lauter and Robert Bice. The film was released on August 29, 1949, by Republic Pictures.
King of India (2009)
Members of a culture that was once esteemed in India now live at the fringes of society.