Harlem Blues (2003)
When Ishmael is released from prison, he is forced to return to the life on the streets that he thought he had left behind. Determined to survive, he trains as a professional fighter, and struggles to stay out of the world of gangs, drugs and turf war.
Hot Summer Days (2010)
Hot Summer Days is a 2010 Hong Kong romantic comedy film featuring an ensemble cast including Nicholas Tse, Jacky Cheung, Daniel Wu, Vivian Hsu, Barbie Shu, Rene Liu, Angelababy and Jing Boran and also featuring a guest appearance by Maggie Cheung. The film was released to celebrate both Chinese New Year and Valentine's Day.
House of Fools (2002)
House of Fools (Russian: Дом дураков, Dom durakov) is a 2002 Russian film by Andrei Konchalovsky about psychiatric patients and combatants during the First Chechen War. It stars Julia Vysotskaya and Sultan Islamov and features a number of cameo appearances by Bryan Adams, with the music composed by Eduard Artemyev.
Distinctly anti-war, unbiased and controversial in Russia, House of Fools is a bizarre blend of black comedy, touching drama, horrific warfare and subtly disturbing psychological content.
Dreamer is a film that was released theatrically on April 27, 1979. It was directed by Noel Nosseck, written by Larry Bischof and James Proctor, and starring Tim Matheson, Susan Blakely and Jack Warden. Dreamer was released by 20th Century Fox through Magnetic Video on home video.
Do It in Post (2015)
Alex must find out if he has what it takes to help a film crew get the last shot to save a movie.
Diary Of A Telephone Operator (1969)
Certo certissimo... anzi probabile (Certain, Very Certain, As a Matter of Fact... Probable; English title Diary of a Telephone Operator) is a 1969 Italian film. It stars Claudia Cardinale and Catherine Spaak.
Edinburgh. Best friends Jed, Anna and Eve are closer than family and cant imagine a world in which the others arent there to share the heartache and happiness of their lives. But, Jed is in trouble.
Big Man Japan (2007)
Big Man Japan is a 2007 Japanese film written and directed by and starring Hitoshi Matsumoto. It was well received by critics in the U.S., after many months of showings at various festivals and film events.
Duck is a 2005 American drama film by director-writer-producer Nic Bettauer. It stars Philip Baker Hall. The film is a dystopian view of the near then-future of 2009.
Doggy Poo (2003)
Doggy Poo is a 34-minute stop motion-animated film from South Korea, directed by Kwon Oh-sung, based on Kwon Jung-saeng's 1968 children's book Doggy Poo, illustrated by Annie Rose Godsman. There are both English and Korean language versions of the film.
Den of Lions (2003)
Den of Lions (Hungarian title: Oroszlánbarlang) is a 2003 American-Hungarian film, directed by James Bruce. It is a violent direct-to-video B movie, starring relatively famous actors.
Hard Knocks (2009)
The wait is over! The critically acclaimed Pro Wrestling documentary finally comes to video, along with over 80 minutes of unseen interviews, deleted scenes and special features.
Professional wrestling is an industry largely misunderstood by the general public and an industry that has been victim of ridicule time and time again. Over the past few years in particular, the professional wrestling world has been thrust into complete turmoil after the deceiving and biased portrayal of certain events by the national media. The deaths of top wrestlers in their prime as well as numerous steroid scandals have been used to kick the industry when it's down.
Hard Knocks dives deep into this bizarre fusion of sport and theatre in order to uncover the true art of professional wrestling; blending combat and athleticism with drama and showmanship to captivate the minds of the audience, suspending any disbelief that what they are seeing is not real. Although you can hardly epitomize it as simply 'real' or 'fake', there is no denying the tremendous skill and aptitude required of each performer. Yet despite this and the often harsh realities of each match, to most people, professional wrestling is a laughing stock. Director Arthur Cauty interviews wrestlers, referees and promoters alike, with world famous stars of the WWE aligning with the stars of tomorrow to voice their opinions, revealing startling truths about this illusive business. This film will shock and astound, leaving you with a new found respect for professional wrestling and the men and women who dedicate their lives and bodies to this obscure art form.
Making War Horse (2009)
Making War Horse is the story of how Michael Morpurgo's children's novel became one of the most popular and acclaimed productions in the National Theatre's history.
Se7en Signs: A Traveling Film (2013)
Six filmmakers. Six countries. One journey. Innersection Films continues its pioneering adventures in collaborative filmmaking with the release of SE7EN SIGNS.
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.
Princess And The Pony (2011)
Princess and the Pony (also known as 1st Furry Valentine) is a 2011 drama film by The Asylum. It is The Asylum's first family film not marketed under their Christian-oriented label Faith Films, deviating from the studio's use of mature content on their other films.
24 City (2008)
24 City is a 2008 film directed and cowritten by Chinese film-maker Jia Zhangke. The film follows three generations of characters in Chengdu as a state-owned factory gives way to a modern apartment complex. The film was also known as The Story of 24 City during production.
An AWOL Marine with secret government information is hunted by Russian special operations soldiers, the L.A.P.D., and a dangerous assassin.
As Young As You Feel (1951)
As Young as You Feel (1951) is a comedy film starring Monty Woolley, Thelma Ritter, and David Wayne, with Marilyn Monroe in a small role.
Leapfrog: The Amazing Alphabet Amusement Park (2011)
"Help Lily, Tad, and Scout find the letters to start the fun at the amusement park! When their firefly friend, Edison, takes Tad, Lily and Scout to the place of his childhood dreams, the gang is shocked to discover that Alistair Alphabelly's Amazing Amusement Park is... closed! To make matters worse, Edison has gotten himself stuck atop the Amazing Alphabet Ferris Wheel. The only way to save him is to turn on the rides in the park with the magic of the alphabet. Now the children must learn all of the letters, big and small, to save their friend, save the day and perhaps even meet the rhyme master himself, Alistair Alphabelly!"
Tibet: Beyond Fear (2008)
With an opening by Richard Gere and featuring the Dalai Lama, the award winning Tibet: Beyond Fear, hailed by the New York Times as emotional, riveting and compelling, documents a remarkable story of courage and the power of positive thinking.
Shaolin Ulysses: Kungfu Monks in America (2003)
If you get a kick out of kungfu, you don't want to miss this exhilarating film tracing the journey of five kungfu monks in search of the American dream. Hailing from China's legendary Shaolin Temple, these men are not only accomplished Zen masters but famous kungfu stars with huge followings. Now they've left it all behind to forge a new future in America--Shaolin style--and bring their special brand of Martial Arts to the west. As they display their best kungfu moves for the camera, the monks share with us their stories, ambitions and visions of building American temples, doing Las Vegas shows and producing Olympic sport champions. Bridging the vast divide between East and West, they present a vivid, contemporary portrait of the immigrant experience, as each goes in search of their own meeting place between Shaolin kungfu, Zen Buddhism, and Western culture. Interspersed throughout the film is footage highlighting the history of China's famous temple, as our monks close in on the answer to the ultimate question: will Shaolin change America, or will America change Shaolin?
The Three-Way Wedding (2010)
As playwright Auguste prepares for the debut of his newest work, he must deal with his feelings for his ex-wife in this 2010 French drama. Things quickly become more complicated when he finds out that his former wife, who is also the play's leading lady, is planning to remarry once the production is over. Soon, Auguste is involved with his young assistant and wishing that he could be involved with both women.
Professional midwife Sarah Biermeier helps women give birth at home.
King Pingu (2004)
It's good to be king! See Pingu pretend to be king, try to catch a big fish, bake a cake, sledge the day away and so much more in these twelve hilarious Arctic adventures!
In Search Of Skiing (1979)
Join skiers like Scott Miller, John Clendenin, and Dave Clark as they and countless others travel the world from Morocco, to Spain, and over to Canada all In Search of Skiing.
2 Stroke Cold Smoke: Crash! Man Down! (2004)
2SCS15, 2 Stroke Cold Smoke 15, Send It. Frontier Films travels to the World's Global Snow Zones capturing yet another exhilarating winter of snowmobiling on film. Their fifteenth Adventure Action Snowmobile film is packed with shots from some of the best riders in the world as they Send It by carving through chest deep powder, hitting humongous jumps, and dropping monstrous cliffs. All jamming this film with nonstop thrilling riding designed to get the viewer pumped on the coming of winter. Frontier Films continues to push this motorsport to the next level by showcasing amazing, talented riders. Their fifteenth film edition in the 2 Stroke Cold Smoke series keeps the dream alive. Filmed mostly in Alaska, Canada and Sweden this film is inspirational to watch. Shot on high definition cameras and edited to a variety of great music resulting in a superb film. Something for the whole family. We invite the whole snowmobile nation to come ride along with this adventure!
Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver (2011)
Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver is a 2011 American sci-fi horror comedy film by Full Moon Features and is the third and final installment in The Gingerdead Man series. It was released on September 13, 2011, after many filming delays by director Charles Band. It was originally called Gingerdead Man 3: Roller Boogieman!
Against The Wild (2013)
Against the Wild is a 2013 Canadian direct-to-video children's film starring CJ Adams, Erin Pitt, Natasha Henstridge and Ted Whittall. The film is directed by Canadian director Richard Boddington.
Storm Warning (1951)
Storm Warning is a 1951 American Film Noir thriller, directed by Stuart Heisler, and featuring Ginger Rogers, Ronald Reagan, Doris Day and Steve Cochran. Lauren Bacall was originally cast in the part eventually played by Rogers. Bacall turned it down and was put on suspension by Warners for her defiance.
Benji's Very Own Christmas Story (1978)
Benji's Very Own Christmas Story is a 1978 American Christmas television special featuring Benji the dog and is one of two such Benji specials to have been nominated for an Emmy Award. Patsy Garrett and Cynthia Smith reprise their respective roles as Mary and Cindy. The special was broadcast on ABC on December 7, 1978.
Introducing Morrissey (1996)
Introducing Morrissey is a video release by Morrissey. The video presents his 1995 British concert tour. It had been available on VHS. On 6 June 2014, it was announced that a DVD version would be released in September 2014.
Animosity is a 2013 horror thriller film written and directed by Brendan Steere. It had its world premiere on May 13, 2013, and stars Tracy Willet and Marcin Paluch as two newlyweds that discover a sinister presence in the woods.
The Big Racket (1976)
Fabio Testi (REVOLVER, CONTRABAND) stars as Inspector Nico Palmieri, a tough police detective tearing apart Rome to bust a ruthless protection racket. But when these violent thugs expand their empire into drugs, rape and murder, Nico throws away the rulebook to unleash his own brand of justice. In a city ruled by fear, there's a fine line between cop and criminal, and one lawman is about to blast it to pieces! Academy Award nominee Vincent Gardenia (DEATH WISH) co-stars in this explosive crime thriller - featuring some of the most amazing stunts in '70s cinema - directed by Enzo G. Castellari (STREET LAW, THE HEROIN BUSTERS), now transferred from original vault materials and packed with explosive new extras.
FIDEL provides a unique view of Cuba's controversial and most polarizing leader. In 1968, Castro took filmmaker and activist Saul Landau on a weeklong jeep ride through the eastern mountains. There, he plays baseball with a group of peasants, visits his pre-school and trades jokes with a 98-year old man. Fidel also listens to the people's concerns about food distribution, bad roads and transportation. Landau captures Cuba's revolutionary chief early in the morning in his tent. The camera zooms in on his dirty and delicate fingernails holding his trademark cigar while he tells a story of Símon Bolivar and offers tactical advice to guerrilla warriors throughout the Third World.
The film contains rare and fascinating archive footage of the Bay of Pigs invasion and scenes of Che Guevara alongside interviews with political prisoners. Spectacular photography and editing with hot Cuban music provide the cinematic aesthetics that give this film beautiful form to accompany its exciting content.
Jamie Foxx: I Might Need Security (2002)
Jamie Foxx: I Might Need Security is a 2002 stand-up comedy television special starring Jamie Foxx. It premiered on HBO. It is his second stand-up special following 1993's Jamie Foxx: Straight from the Foxxhole. The DVD bonus features include behind the scenes commentary by Chris Spencer and deleted scenes commentary by Chris Foxx. The DVD has since sold over 200,000 copies in the United States earning a multi platinum certification.
Torchlighters: The Eric Liddell Story (2007)
Pressure to follow public opinion couldn't get much stronger. National hero Eric Liddell is Scotland's pride and joy. The entire country is eager for their running celebrity to sprint past the rest of the world and bring home Olympic gold in the 100-meter race. But when Eric makes the stunning announcement that he won't race on Sunday because of his religious convictions, he is soon labeled a disgrace and a traitor. See how Eric's famous stand during the 1924 Olympics prepares him for even greater challenges as a missionary to China during World War II.
Torchlighters is a series of animated programs for youth ages 8-12, presenting the lives of true-life heroes from Christian history. When kids see what God can do through a "Torchlighter" who is devoted to carrying out His will and purposes, they too may want to carry a torch of faith by serving Him.
Castle in the Air (1952)
Castle in the Air is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Henry Cass and starring David Tomlinson, Helen Cherry, Margaret Rutherford and Gordon Jackson. It was adapted from the play by Alan Melville.
Bad Movie Police Case #3: Humanoids from Atlantis (2004)
For anyone who's ever watched a movie so bad you wished acting required a permit or that a 14-day waiting period was mandatory to buy a camera...the Bad Movie Police are back! Follow the adventures of Sgt. Elke Mantooth, Lt. Drucilla Dread and The BMP Task Force as they seek out the worst "cine-terrorists" in movie history and bring their crimes to justice for your entertainment! The third time is not a charm as the BMP butt heads with a gregarious bad actor whose tenuous tie to celebrity is a bit part in the 1992 fiasco HUMANOIDS FROM ATLANTIS. As if that isn't bad enough, you'll have to endure the worst "actor running around in a bad monster suit" movie ever made during a biting-cold Ohio winter where the so-called "creature" can't even get in the water...!
Skateboard Madness (1980)
Four skateboarders meet a photographer who has to write a story on skateboarding or be fired from his job.
Story charts the course of a relationship between a young woman (Taylor Schilling, Orange is the New Black) and a disgraced middle-aged professor (Aidan Quinn). The couple's relationship is upended by an unexpected pregnancy, which forces both characters to confront
High Times Presents: The 20th Cannabis Cup (2008)
Bring the world's biggest pot party to your very own living room. The 20th anniversary Cannabis Cup DVD is loaded with over 60 minutes of performances, interviews and nonstop smoking of the biggest and best buds in the world. You'll laugh, you'll dance, and you will want to rip your bong. Relive the magic or see what you missed- this DVD is a must have for any stoner.
In Italy, it was considered the 'unofficial sequel' to DAWN OF THE DEAD. In England, it was known as ZOMBIE FLESH EATERS and banned as obscene. In America, it was called ZOMBIE and advertised with the depraved tag line "WE ARE GOING TO EAT YOU!" Tisa Farrow (THE GRIM REAPER), Ian McCulloch (CONTAMINATION), Al Cliver (CANNIBALS), and Richard Johnson (THE HAUNTING) star in this worldwide splatter sensation directed by 'Maestro Of Gore' Lucio Fulci (CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD, THE HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY) that remains one of the most eye-skewering, skin-ripping, gore-gushingly graphic horror hits of all time! Blue Underground is proud to present ZOMBIE in a new 2K High Definition transfer from the original uncut and uncensored camera negative. Each flesh-eating frame has been lovingly restored to skull-rotting perfection under the supervision of Cinematographer Sergio Salvati (THE BEYOND). Now fully-loaded with hours of brand new Extras, this is the Ultimate Edition of ZOMBIE!
The Making of 'Nightmare on Elm Street IV' (1989)
This one hour behind-the-scenes look at the Niightmare On Elnm Street films, covers the first four installments with a look at how the amazing special effects, stunts, and Freddy Kruger make-up were created. Interviews with the cast and crew of Nightmare On Elm Street 4, as well as the legendary director and creator of the Nightmare franchise Wes Craven.
The World Made Straight (2015)
A rebellious young man (Jeremy Irvine) struggles to escape from the violent legacy of an Appalachian community still haunted by a Civil War massacre.
Another Woman (1988)
A 50-year-old professor of philosophy deludes herself into thinking she's got a very good life. Suddenly, through some strange, almost magical events, it all becomes unraveled.
An Assassin (2011)
Trained by the mob to be the perfect assassin, Ryo Hanaki is cold-blooded, ruthless and relentless in eliminating his targets. But after saving a mysterious high school girl, they go on the run with the entire mob force in Tokyo on their trail.
Alien Dawn (2012)
Freedom fighters band together against giant alien machines that have enslaved humanity.
Amityville: A New Generation (1993)
Amityville: A New Generation is the seventh installment in the Amityville series. It was released direct to video in 1993. Republic Pictures released this movie in R-rated and unrated versions. Lionsgate Home Entertainment and FremantleMedia North America has released this film to DVD in July 2005.
American Shaolin (1992)
American Shaolin is a 1992 martial arts film, starring (among others) Reese Madigan, Kim Chan and Daniel Dae Kim. It was directed by Lucas Lowe.
And Soon The Darkness (1970)
Two British nurses, Jane and Cathy, take a cycling holiday through France, but end up quarrelling and taking separate routes. Racked with guilt, the more responsible of the two decides to return to the lonely stretch of road where they last saw each other. When there's no sign of her friend, she begins an increasingly desperate search for answers among the reluctant, elusive locals. With darkness falling, her fears for her friend, combined with a growing feeling of menace, threaten to overwhelm her.
The Astro-Zombies (1968)
The Astro-Zombies ‒ sometimes known as The Astro Zombies (without the hyphenation), Space Zombies and The Space Vampires ‒ is a 1968 science fiction horror film starring John Carradine, Wendell Corey (in his final film appearance) and Tura Satana. It was written, directed and produced by Ted V. Mikels.
Cyborg Girl (2008)
Cyborg She is a 2008 Japanese science fiction comedy-drama film directed by Kwak Jae-yong, starring Haruka Ayase and Keisuke Koide.
Big Buck Bunny (2008)
Big Buck Bunny is a 2008 short computer-animated comedy film featuring animals of the forest, made by the Blender Institute, part of the Blender Foundation. Like the foundation's previous film, Elephants Dream, the film was made using Blender, a free and open source software application for 3D computer modeling and animation made by the same foundation. Unlike that earlier project, the tone and visuals departed from a cryptic story and dark visuals to one of comedy, cartoons, and light-heartedness.
Back By Midnight (2004)
Back By Midnight is a 2005 American comedy film starring Rodney Dangerfield, Phil LaMarr, Harland Williams, Randy Quaid, Gilbert Gottfried, and Kirstie Alley. The film was actually produced and completed in 2002. It also features cameo appearances by Dangerfield's real-life friends, Ron Jeremy and Michael Bolton, as well as Louie Anderson.
Brilliant Lies (1996)
Brilliant Lies is an Australian film that was released in 1996, produced by Bayside Pictures and Beyond Films. It stars Gia Carides and Anthony LaPaglia. It was directed by Richard Franklin and produced by Sue Farrelly, Kim McKillop and Richard Franklin. It was written by Peter Fitzpatrick and Richard Franklin, based on a play by David Williamson. Nerida Tyson-Chew composed the music score, the second time she had composed for a film directed by Richard Franklin (after Hotel Sorrento). The film was an adaptation of David Williamson's play of the same name, published by Currency Press in 1993. The theme song is included on Kate Ceberano's 1996 album Blue Box.
Babes In Toyland (1997)
It's two days before Christmas and the Toyland Toy Factory is in jeopardy of being shut down. Who you gonna call? Jack and Jill, of course, along with several other nursery rhyme characters who come to the rescue in another entertaining rendition of saving Christmas.
Beauty and the Beast (1999)
Magical adventure, romantic enchantment and musical fairy tale fun abound in this wondrously animated, irresistible new adaptation of this timeless classic. Presented by Golden Films. Produced and Directed by Diane Eskenazi. Endorsed by the Dove Foundation and Kids First for Quality Family Programming.
Blue Desert (1991)
Blue Desert is a 1991 American psychological thriller film starring Courteney Cox and D. B. Sweeney, directed by Bradley Battersby. The original music score is composed by Joel Goldsmith. The filming locations were Inyokern, California and Red Rock Canyon State Park, Cantil, California.
Bloodfist II (1990)
Bloodfist II is a 1990 action/adventure film starring Don "The Dragon" Wilson, Kris Aguilar and Ronald Asinas. It was directed by Andy Blumenthal and written by Catherine Cyran.
Business As Usual (1987)
Business as Usual is a 1987 drama film written and directed by Lezli-An Barrett. It stars Glenda Jackson and John Thaw.
Berserker (a.k.a. Berserker: The Nordic Curse) is a 1987 horror film in the "slasher film" genre, in which a Viking berserker serves as the killer. It was written and directed by Jefferson Richard.
Bloodbath At The House Of Death (1984)
Bloodbath at the House of Death is a 1983 comedy horror film starring the British comedian Kenny Everett and featuring Vincent Price. It is an over-the-top spoof loosely inspired by The Amityville Horror and other horror films from the same period.
Beyond Evil (1980)
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The Big Cube (1969)
The Big Cube is a 1969 Warner Bros. thriller directed by Tito Davison and starring Lana Turner, Karin Mossberg, George Chakiris, Daniel O'Herlihy and Richard Egan; it was one of Lana Turner's last movies. It is notable for its aggressive portrayal of LSD use and the 1960s youth counterculture as vicious evils.
New World (2013)
The head of the Goldmoon crime syndicate is dead. His top two lieutenants remain. Seizing the opportunity, the police launch an operation called “New World,” and they have the perfect weapon. The boss’ right hand man, Ja-sung (Lee Jung-jae, THE THIEVES), has been a deep-cover operative for 8 years. Police chief Kang (Choi Min-sik, OLDBOY) has been Ja-sung’s handler from the beginning, so he knows how fragile this officer is. With a baby on the way, and living in mortal fear of being exposed as a mole, he’s torn between his duty and honor as a cop, and the fiercely loyal gang members who will follow him to hell and back.
But Kang isn’t done. Using inside information from Ja-sung to damage the relationship between the two feuding contenders, suspicions grow that a traitor lives in their ranks. Ruthless Jung (Hwang Jun-min, BLADES OF BLOOD) escalates the game by hiringhackers to search the police database – and finds what he’s looking for. His rival is also a cop. But he won’t kill him – not yet. Operation New World is closing in, and with the stakes climbing higher and a gangland bloodbath guaranteed among those that remain, Ja-sung makes a final, shocking decision no one could have predicted.
Girls Fight Club (2007)
The best girl on girl wrestling competiton of all time. See legendary Mixed Martial Arts fighters including Chuck "The Iceman" Liddell, Frank "Twinkletoes" Trigg and Gilbert "The Hurricane" Yvel coach their teams of gorgeous girls to victory in the cage!
Revenge of the Stolen Stars (1986)
Revenge of the Stolen Stars is a 1985 American comedy fantasy film directed by Ulli Lommel and starring Klaus Kinski, Suzanna Love, Barry Hickey and Ulli Lommel.
Run for the Roses (1977)
Juanito, a boy from Puerto Rico, finds himself in Kentucky and drawn to a thoroughbred horse. He believes the horse can win the Derby and eventually others around him start to think it's possible.
Sunset Park (1996)
Sunset Park is a 1996 basketball film. It stars Rhea Perlman as the head coach of a high school boys' basketball team from the Sunset Park neighborhood in New York City. The film also stars rapper Fredro Starr and features an early film appearance from Academy Award nominee Terrence Howard. It was produced by Perlman's husband, Danny DeVito. With elements of both drama and comedy, Sunset Park was released in April and went on to gross about $10 million at the box office. It didn't garner much attention from award ceremonies and was not nominated for any major movie award. The film received an R rating due to adult language and situations, drug use, and violence. The film was shot on location in New York City. Included in filming locations were various high schools and public buildings as well as the world-famous Madison Square Garden. The Sunset Park soundtrack featured one of the first solo appearances of Ghostface Killah.
Girls Rock! (2008)
Girls Rock! is a 2007 documentary film that follows four 8-18-year-old girls at the Rock and Roll Camp for Girls in Portland, Oregon, United States. At Rock and Roll Camp, girls ranging in age from eight to 18 are taught that "it is 100% okay to be exactly who you are." The girls have a week to select a band, an instrument they may have never played before, and write a song. In between, they are taught by indie rock stars such as Carrie Brownstein from Sleater-Kinney various lessons of empowerment from self-defense to anger management. At the end of the week, all the bands perform a concert for over 700 people. The film follows several campers: Laura, a Korean adoptee obsessed with death metal; Misty, who is emerging from a life of meth addiction, homelessness and gang activity; and Amelia, an eight-year-old who writes experimental rock songs about her dog Pipi. The film ultimately explores what happens to the girls as they are given a temporary reprieve from being sexualized, analyzed, and pressured to conform.
Guns & Talks (2001)
Guns & Talks is a 2001 South Korean film written and directed by Jang Jin. Starring Shin Hyun-joon, Won Bin, Shin Ha-kyun, Jung Jae-young and Jung Jin-young, the black comedy is about a group of four assassins-for-hire, with a dogged prosecutor on their trail.
Glitch! is a 1988 American comedy film directed by Nico Mastorakis. It involves two petty thieves who accidentally become casting directors of a film with a large number of beautiful girls, and later they must dodge the Mafia.
Get To Know Your Rabbit (1972)
A young businessman goes to a magic expert to learn hardness and skill with his cynical and greedy collaborators. He becomes a very good tap dancer, but will he be able to get free of his old boss?
Random Encounter (1998)
Random Encounter is a 1998 movie directed by Douglas Jackson and written by Matt Dorff. It stars Elizabeth Berkley as a young and rising public relations executive who meets a strange man after a cocktail party, and is framed for murder.
Restraining Order (1999)
Restraining Order is a 1999 crime thriller film directed by Lee H. Katzin. It stars Eric Roberts and Hannes Jaenicke.
Roadie is a 2011 American comedy film directed by Michael Cuesta and written by Gerald Cuesta and Michael Cuesta. The film stars Ron Eldard, Jill Hennessy, Bobby Cannavale, Lois Smith, David Margulies and Catherine Wolf. The film was released on January 6, 2012, by Magnolia Pictures.
The Rage (2007)
The Rage is a 2007 horror film about a mad scientist who injects people with a rage virus in his laboratory in the woods. The film stars Andrew Divoff and Erin Brown and was directed by Robert Kurtzman. It was first shown at the Fantasia Festival in Canada on July 13, 2007 and released on DVD by the independent company Screen Media Films on February 26, 2008. The entire film is filmed in and around the town of Crestline, Ohio in the United States. The music videos for Mushroomhead's "12 Hundred" and "Damage Done" were filmed on the set, and are featured in the film's DVD.
Roving Mars (2006)
Join the Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity for an awe-inspiring journey on the surface of the mysterious red planet. Through the eyes of these two intrepid, state-of-the-art rovers, and with NASA scientists and engineers at your side, you'll see Mars in a way no one ever has before, standing on the surface of the planet that's intrigued mankind for eons.
Returning Mickey Stern (2003)
Returning Mickey Stern is a 2002 comedy film written and directed by Michael Prywes. It stars Joseph Bologna, Tom Bosley, Renée Taylor, Connie Stevens, and Joshua Fishbein and was shot almost entirely on Fire Island, off the coast of Long Island, NY. It is the story of a former professional baseball player who discovers a second chance at life and love on the island. The film opened in theaters in New York, Los Angeles, and Massachusetts in 2003, and was released by Pathfinder Home Entertainment on DVD in 2006.
Returning Mickey Stern was the first film ever to have four of its stars chosen by the worldwide Internet audience. Through the CastOurMovie web portal, web users could view audition video, peruse headshots and resumes, and discuss their opinions about the actors. The web site garnered the attention of Time magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Industry Standard, the U.S. News & World Report, and many other media outlets. Two million people participated in the online voting, and the winners were: Kylie Delre, Michael Oberlander, Sarah Schoenberg, and John Sloan.
R.S.V.P. is a 2002 American dark comedy suspense film written and directed by Mark Anthony Galluzzo. The film features Glenn Quinn of Roseanne and Angel in his final role.
Tears of the Black Tiger (2000)
A handsome bandit (Chartchai Ngamsan) falls in love with a wealthy woman (Stella Malucchi) while a policeman pursues the man's gang.
Erotic cult director Radley Metzger goes all the way in SCORE, a tale of a happily married swinging couple, who make a bet that they can seduce a couple of newlyweds during a weekend get-together at their luxury Riviera villa. An erotic classic, populated with strikingly beautiful people who are into free love, "dressing up" and the fine art of seduction.
Oxyana is a 2013 documentary film produced by Sean Dunne. The film documents prescription drug abuse in rural Southern West Virginia, based in the town of Oceana and surrounding Wyoming County. The film highlights the abuse of the prescription drug oxycodone. It was released in April 2013 at the Tribeca Film Festival.
The Iron Rose (1973)
A young couple out for a walk decide to take a stroll through a large cemetery. As darkness begins to fall they realize they can't find their way out, and soon their fears begin to overtake them.
Courageous Mr. Penn (1942)
Penn of Pennsylvania is a 1941 British historical drama film directed by Lance Comfort and starring Deborah Kerr, Clifford Evans, Dennis Arundell, Henry Oscar, Herbet Lomas and Edward Rigby. The film depicts the life of the Quaker founder of Pennsylvania, William Penn. It portrays his struggle to be granted a colonial charter in London and attracting settlers to his new colony as well as his adoption a radical new approach with regard to the treatment of the Native Americans. It is also known by the alternative title Courageous Mr. Penn.
Voices from the Forest (2014)
Sacred sites Researcher Gary Cook wanted to find out whether the faery folk beings are physical or whether they live in another dimension. Maori folklore speaks of the 'Turehu' or 'Patupaiarehe: a small faery folk, 3 to 4 foot tall. Often fair haired or occassionally witnessed with red hair and with green or blue eyes and pale skin. He engaged a camera crew and went into the bush to find out. Never in a million years did he expect to be rewarded so generously when the crew captured a supernatural anomaly on camera. Not only that, during the filming, local farmers, Maori Iwi and Kaumatua came forward with information and testimonials that have made the film an extraordinary experience that will change the way people look at the 'unseen'.
Shane Mauss: Mating Season (2013)
Shane Mauss, an honorary evolutionary psychologist, brings countless years of watching Animal Planet to aid in discussions of Snoop Dogg, crouton factories, and other important things.
Devil's Weekend (2012)
Cédric Dupuis, a fledgling independent filmmaker, has set out to make the most terrifying horror film of all time. But shooting without any budget to speak of and a cast of his friends, Cédric soon realizes the frustration of indie film-making. The only way for Cédric to get the realism he wants is to actually murder his cast on camera. This is his documentary of the events that unfolded during the making of his opus. One of the most disturbing films of recent years with a sickening dose jet-black humor.
Fear No Fruit (2015)
Fear No Fruit chronicles Frieda Caplan's rise from being the first woman entrepreneur on the Los Angeles Wholesale Produce Market in the 1960s, to transforming American cuisine by introducing over 200 exotic fruits and vegetables to U.S. supermarkets. Still an inspiration at 91, Frieda's daughters and granddaughter carry on the business legacy.
Myq Kaplan: Small, Dork and Handsome (2014)
Wise guy Myq Kaplan is Small Dork and Handsome. The might of Myq's manic comedy machine is sure to stupefy and amuse in this hour long tour de force.
The Extreme Adventures Of Super Dave (2000)
The Extreme Adventures of Super Dave is a 2000 comedy film starring the comedian Bob Einstein as Super Dave Osborne. The movie went direct to DVD.
Beats of the Heart: Chase the Devil - Religious Music of the Appalachian Mountains (1983)
From Baptist to bluegrass, this PBS documentary examines the unique culture of religious music in the Appalachian Mountains.
Professionals for a Massacre (1967)
Red Blood, Yellow Gold (Italian: Professionisti per un massacro, Spanish: Los profesionales de la muerte, also known as Professionals for a Massacre), is a 1967 Italian-Spanish spaghetti western film directed by Nando Cicero.
John the apostle receives a vision of the Book of Revelations during his imprisonment on the island of Patmos.
Hologram Man (1995)
A terrorist's soul escapes from a computer prison and stalks the streets as an electromagnetic hologram.
Honey Glaze (2003)
As a child, Honey was a girl who listened to her father, stayed inside the house and played with toys. Her father is killed by a secret agent. This event makes Honey want to grow up as soon as possible so that she can find the person who killed her father after she joins the secret service.
Fujimi nichoume koukyou gakudan shirîzu: Kanrei zensen kondakutâ (2012)
Yuki Morimura is by all accounts a disappointment. The only thing the substitute teacher has going for him is that he is the concertmaster of an amateur orchestra. To the shock of the Orchestra, music prodigy Kei Tonoin has been recruited to be their first true conductor. Kei graduated from a prestigious music university abroad and his arrogant totalitarian attitude drives Yuki crazy. Worse, he threatens the potential relationship Yuki seeks with a girl from the Orchestra. In abrupt anger, Yuki abandons the group in the middle of rehearsal. Kei does not take this lightly as he has long been secretly lusting over Yuki. That night, Kei's rage and passion combine to change Yuki's life forever. In a battle for dominance, neither man is willing to admit their faults or face the truth, building to one shocking ending.
Stop All the Clocks (2012)
'Stop All The Clocks' follows the 2007 story of Haley Wesley, a young Californian mother who unknowingly left her precious baby Maddison in a hot car. The compelling documentary explores the entire process a family endures after an unthinkable tragedy takes place.
High-wire walker Karl Wallenda (Marlon Wrede) gets his first circus job in 1920s Germany.