A Shock To The System (1990)

A Shock to the System (1990) is a U.S. dark comedy crime thriller film directed by Jan Egleson, starring Michael Caine, Swoosie Kurtz, Elizabeth McGovern, and Peter Riegert. It is based on the 1984 novel A Shock to the System by British author Simon Brett.

For Pete's Sake (1974)

Legendary superstar Barbra Streisand brings her magic to the screen as Henrietta ("Henry"), the devoted but zany wife of cabby Pete (Michael Sarrazin). Henry will stop at nothing to put Pete through school, so when Pete gets a hot tip on the stock market, Henry raises $3,000, convincing him that the loan came from her rich uncle instead of the local loan shark! But as the stock tumbles, the interest rate escalates - and so does the pace as Henry gets herself into one wacky mess after another trying to earn the money back before Pete finds out. A hilarious farce with a marvelous supporting cast, including 1967 Oscar®-winner Estelle Parsons (Best Supporting Actress for Bonnie and Clyde), Molly Picon, William Redfield . . . and a Brahma Bull!

800 Bullets (2002)

800 Bullets (Spanish: 800 Balas) is a 2002 Spanish film directed by Álex de la Iglesia. The film is about the Westerns made in Almería, Spain and the Spaghetti Western in general. The characters are old stuntmen.

Alien 51 (2004)

Alien 51 is a 2004 low-budget science fiction film starring Heidi Fleiss.

Archangel (2005)

Archangel is a television adaptation of the 1998 novel of the same name by Robert Harris. Made by the BBC in 2005, it was filmed in the city of Arkhangelsk.

The Magical World of Harry Potter: The Unauthorized Story of J.K. Rowling (2000)

Everyone's favorite boy wizard is Harry Potter. By now, he and friends Ron, Hermoine and everyone else at Hogwarts are as magical to you as they are to the millions of fans around the world who adore the books and movies in the this wonderful series. Now, discover the incredible story behind the author of the most talked about books in decades...J.K. Rowling. From poverty and hardship to worldwide success, J.K. Rowling serves as an inspiration. Find out for yourself why she has become a best seller among kids and adults alike.

Nice Guy Johnny (2010)

Nice Guy Johnny is a 2010 American romantic comedy film written and directed by Edward Burns, and starring Matt Bush, Kerry Bishé, and Burns.

Stay (2013)

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

You Can't Run Away from It (1956)

Although Ellie Andrews (June Allyson) is in love with the treasure-hunting Ballarino, her father, Texas cattleman A.A. Andrews (Charles Bickford), will stop at nothing - including kidnapping -- to see that the wedding never takes place. Escaping her father's grasp, Ellie takes to the road where her flight to avoid a nationwide manhunt attracts the attention of Peter Warne (Jack Lemmon), a newspaper reporter who recognizes that he's stumbled into the story of the year. Despite the oil-and-water chemistry between them, Peter and Ellie fall in love. And after seeing that it's the reporter who she really wants, Andrews encourages Ellie to abandon her plans to marry Ballarino and run away with Peter instead.

Highball (1997)

Director Baumbach filmed this witty comedy in only six days on a shoestring budget, and, to his credit, it is better written and better looking than most big budget comedies out there. The film follows a group of friends, some single, some not, to three parties in the space of a year. Typically, these parties bring out the worst in some of the friends as these social gatherings tend to amplify people's good qualities as well as their hostilities. An excellent and well-observed comedy, made all the better by its impressivecast.

Live at Reading (1992)

"Nirvana headlining at Reading in 1992 was something you had to see, and if you didn't see it then it was something you pretended you saw." --Kerrang (October 2003) "The staggering energy and intensity radiating from the stage never let up... Cobain's ravaged pop songs coming off like some dream marriage of the Sex Pistols and the Beatles, borne on bracing waves of distorted guitar noise." --Rolling Stone (October 29, 1992) Ranked #1 in Kerrang Magazine's "100 Gigs That Shook The World" and voted as "Nirvana's #1 Greatest Moment" by fans in an NME poll, Nirvana's historic August 30, 1992 stands as a watershed moment in the history of rock. While the show's centerpiece was a performance of nearly the entire Nevermind tracklist, also noteworthy were early performances of three as yet unrecorded songs which wouldn't be released until 2 years later on In Utero: "All Apologies," "Dumb," and in its first ever public performance, "Tourettes." The career-spanning setlist also reached back to the band's 1989 Sub Pop debut album, Bleach, for "Blew," "About A Girl," "School," "Negative Creep" and first single "Love Buzz," and even further back to the mid-'80s for "Spank Thru." Other songs from the Reading set would appear in studio form on the Incesticide compilation later in the year: "Aneurysm," "Been A Son" and "Sliver." Additionally, the band played a pair of beloved covers by two bands that helped shape the formative Nirvana sound- "The Money Will Roll Right In" by Fang and "D-7" by The Wipers. SET LIST: 1. Breed 2. Drain You 3. Aneurysm 4. School 5. Sliver 6. In Bloom 7. Come As You Are 8. Lithium 9. About A Girl 10. Tourette's 11. Polly 12. Lounge Act 13. Smells Like Teen Spirit 14. On A Plain 15. Negative Creep 16. Been A Son 17. All Apologies 18. Blew 19. Dumb 20. Stay Away 21. Spank Thru 22. Love Buzz 23. The Money Will Roll Right In 24. D-7 25. Territorial Pissings 26. Credits

Transylvania 6-5000 (1985)

Transylvania 6-5000 is a 1985 American/Yugoslav horror/comedy movie about two tabloid reporters who travel to modern-day Transylvania to uncover the truth behind Frankenstein sightings. Along the way, they encounter other horror movie staples — a mummy, a werewolf, a vampire — each with a twist. Directed by Rudy De Luca, the film stars Jeff Goldblum, Ed Begley, Jr., Joseph Bologna, and Geena Davis. Notable other cast include Michael Richards, Carol Kane, Teresa Ganzel, John Byner, and Jeffrey Jones. The title is a pun on "Pennsylvania 6-5000", a song made famous by Glenn Miller.

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.

Missionary Man (2007)

A lone biker (Dolph Lundgren) rides into town in the aftermath of the death of his good friend J.J. Once there Ryder discovers that his friend didn't die but was murdered by a local businessman (John Reno) who would let nothing stand in the way of his plans to build a state of the art casino on Indian reservation and. On a mission of justice Ryder confronts and defeats Reno and his men in a tour de force show down where the one (Ryder) vanquishes the many.

Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver (2011)

The gingerdead man travels back in time to 1976 and carries out an epic disco killing spree.

Syngenor (1990)

Meet the Synthesized Genetic Organism (SYNGENOR for short), Norton Cyberdyne’s newest breed of unstoppable super-soldier. Primed for war, they’d be our military’s greatest line of defense if they just stopped trying to kill all of us first.

Sisters, or The Balance of Happiness (1979)

Sisters, or the Balance of Happiness (German: Schwestern oder Die Balance des Glücks) is a 1979 West German drama film written and directed by Margarethe von Trotta.

The Statue (1971)

The Statue is a 1971 British comedy film starring David Niven, Robert Vaughn and Italian beauty Virna Lisi directed by Rodney Amateau. Monty Python's John Cleese and Graham Chapman appear in early roles as the Niven character's psychiatrist and a newsreader respectively. Niven plays a nobel-prize winning professor who suspects his wife, played by Lisi, of infidelity when she makes and unveils an 18-foot statue of him with private parts recognisably not his own. The film is based on the play called Chip, Chip, Chip by Alec Coppel.

A Safe Place (1971)

A Safe Place is a 1971 film written and directed by Henry Jaglom and starring Jack Nicholson, Tuesday Weld, Orson Welles and Phil Proctor.

The Secret Life of an American Wife (1968)

The Secret Life of an American Wife is a 1968 comedy film written and directed by George Axelrod. The film was released by 20th Century Fox in 1968, and was considered a box-office failure. It features a music score by Billy May. Edy Williams has a supporting role in the film as the Layton's blonde bombshell neighbor.

Another Woman (1988)

Another Woman is a 1988 American drama film written and directed by Woody Allen. It stars Gena Rowlands as a philosophy professor who accidentally overhears the private analysis of a stranger, and finds the woman's regrets and despair awaken something personal in her. Another Woman is viewed favorably by modern film critics.

Adventures in Zambezia (2012)

When a spirited young falcon named Kai (Jeremy Suarez, TV’s “The Bernie Mac Show”) learns of Zambezia, the fabulous city of birds, he leaves his remote country home against the wishes of his father (Jackson). But when his dad is captured by an evil lizard who plans to attack the city, Kai must learn the importance of teamwork if he’s to rescue his father, save his new friends and help keep Zambezia lizard free. Samuel L. Jackson, Abigail Breslin, Jeff Goldblum and Leonard Nimoy give voice to this beautifully animated fun-filled adventure the whole family will enjoy!

American Milkshake (2013)

American Milkshake is a 2013 American dark comedy film written, produced, and directed by David Andalman and Mariko Munro, starring Tyler Ross, Shareeka Epps, Georgia Ford, Eshan Bay, Leo Fitzpatrick and Danny Burstein.

All Night Bodega (2004)

A Latina teenager (Tammy Trull) begins a lesbian romance after joining a criminal gang.

Across The Moon (1995)

The girlfriends (Elizabeth Pea, Christina Applegate) of two jailed crooks head south toward the Mojave Desert to pay them a visit.

Arachnid (2001)

Arachnid is a 2001 horror film directed by Jack Sholder. In this film, giant killer spiders menace survivors of a plane crash. The film stars Alex Reid, Chris Potter, Rocqueford Allen, Robert Vicencio and José Sancho.

Adam Resurrected (2008)

Adam Resurrected (Hebrew: אדם בן כלב, translit. Adam Ben Kelev) is a 2008 American-German-Israeli film, directed by Paul Schrader and adapted from Yoram Kaniuk's novel of the same name published in Israel in 1968 (the book's original name literally means "Man, son of a dog"). Jeff Goldblum stars as the titular character, alongside Willem Dafoe, Derek Jacobi and Ayelet Zurer. Several major German stars, including Moritz Bleibtreu, Veronica Ferres, Juliane Köhler and Joachim Król, play supporting roles.

Anwar (2007)

Anwar is a 2007 Indian romantic thriller film written and directed by Manish Jha, who is famous for his work in Matrubhoomi. The film stars Siddharth Koirala, Manisha Koirala, Rajpal Yadav and Nauheed Cyrusi.

A.I. Assault (2006)

A team of Navy SEALs are deployed on a deserted island after a military plane crashes with a pair of top-secret military robots on board.

American Gun (2002)

A distraught man (James Coburn) embarks on a cross-country odyssey to track the weapon used to kill his daughter (Virginia Madsen).

Aquanoids (2003)

Aquanoids is a 2003 horror film directed by Reinhart "Ray" Peschke.

Acacia (2003)

Acacia is a 2003 South Korean horror film, directed by Park Ki-hyung and starring Shim Hye-jin and Kim Jin-geun. A re-release in 2011 changed the title to 'Root of Evil'.

Aka (2002)

AKA is a 2002 drama film, the first by director and writer Duncan Roy. The film is set in the late 1970s in Britain and deals with the story of Dean, an 18-year-old boy who assumes another identity in order to enter high society. Dean then meets David, an older gay man who desires him and Benjamin, a young Texan hustler. It is largely an autobiographical account of Duncan Roy's early life. The screen consists of a row of three frames, showing three perspectives.

Adventures in Wild California (2000)

Adventures in Wild California is a 70mm American documentary film showcasing the scenery and extreme sports found in California. It is narrated by Golden Globe-winning actor Jimmy Smits and was released to IMAX theaters in 2000. The film is directed by Academy Award-nominated director and cinematographer Greg MacGillivray.

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.

Barricade (1950)

Barricade is a 1950 American Technicolor Western film directed by Peter Godfrey and written by William Sackheim. The film stars Dane Clark, Raymond Massey, Ruth Roman, Robert Douglas, Morgan Farley and Walter Coy. The film was released by Warner Bros. on March 18, 1950.

A Better Tomorrow (2010)

A Better Tomorrow (Hangul: 무적자; RR: Mujeokja; lit. "Invincible") is a 2010 South Korean contemporary gangster drama film, starring Joo Jin-mo, Song Seung-heon, Kim Kang-woo and Jo Han-sun. It is an official remake of the 1986 Hong Kong film A Better Tomorrow. It was directed by Song Hae-sung and produced by Fingerprint Pictures. John Woo, who directed the original 1986 version, acted as executive producer. The film premiered as part of Special Events at the 67th Venice International Film Festival on September 2, 2010, where it was introduced by John Woo, as having "its own character and own soul, and many new elements." It was released in theaters on September 16, 2010.

Thirst (2012)

Thirst is an Australian desert drama written and directed by Robert Carter, and starring Victoria Haralabidou, Myles Pollard, Hanna Mangan-Lawrence and Tom Green. Thirst is about four individuals who become stranded in the desert with limited water, and are forced to make choices that challenge their ideas of themselves and what they truly need.

Aphrodite (1982)

Aphrodite is a 1982 French–Swiss soft-core sex film directed by Robert Fuest. The film is inspired by the novel Aphrodite: mœurs antiques by Pierre Louÿs and stars Valérie Kaprisky and Horst Buchholz. The story follows a group of visitors who come to an island where they are involved in different sexual liaisons. Aphrodite was the final theatrical film by Robert Fuest. The film was shot in a studio at Hauts-de-Seine in France. The film is a French-Swiss co-production between Films de la Tour and Scipion Films. Aphrodite was released in France on 7 July 1982. The film was released in France on VHS in 1985.

Alfredo, Alfredo (1972)

Alfredo, Alfredo is a 1972 Italian language award winning comedy film directed by Pietro Germi. The film, told mostly in flashback, tells the story of a timid bank clerk (Hoffman) who finds himself swept into dating and marrying a possessive woman (Sandrelli), the stress he endures as her behavior in their marriage becomes increasingly domineering, and the obstacles he faces in leaving her for another more amenable woman (Gravina), in the times when divorce was still illegal in Italy. Dustin Hoffman is dubbed into Italian by Ferruccio Amendola. Completely shot in Ascoli Piceno, Italy.

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.

Black and White (2002)

Black and White is a 2002 Australian film, directed by Craig Lahiff and starring Robert Carlyle, Charles Dance, Kerry Fox, David Ngoombujarra, and Colin Friels. Louis Nowra wrote the screenplay, and Helen Leake and Nik Powell produced the film. The film won an Australian Film Institute award in 2003 for David Ngoombujarra as Best Actor in a Supporting Role.

Bloodfist VI: Ground Zero (1995)

Bloodfist VI: Ground Zero is a 1995 action film starring Don Wilson, Marcus Aurelius, Michael Blanks and Anthony Boyer. It was directed by Rick Jacobson and written by Brendan Broderick and Rob Kerchner.

Bloodfist IV: Die Trying (1992)

Bloodfist IV: Die Trying is a 1992 action/adventure sequel starring Don "The Dragon" Wilson, Cat Sassoon, Jon Agro, Kale Browne, Gary Daniels, Stephen James Carver and Lenny Citrano. It was directed by Paul Ziller and written by Rob Kerchner and Paul Ziller. It was released direct-to-video in 1992.

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.

The Big Snit (1985)

The Big Snit is a 1985 short-subject animated cartoon written and directed by Richard Condie and produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

Beyond Evil (1980)

Beyond Evil is a 1980 horror film directed by Herb Freed and starring John Saxon.

The Bad News Bears Go To Japan (1978)

The Bad News Bears Go to Japan (also known as The Bad News Bears 3) is a Sport-drama film 1978 film release by Paramount Pictures and was the third and last of a series, following The Bad News Bears and The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training. It stars Tony Curtis and Jackie Earle Haley, also featuring Regis Philbin in a small role. This film was followed by a 1979 CBS-TV series, and by a 2005 remake of the 1976 film.

Black Moon (1975)

Black Moon is a 1975 French-West German avant-garde film directed by Louis Malle and starring Cathryn Harrison, Joe Dallesandro, Therese Giehse, and Alexandra Stewart. Shown at the 1975 New York Film Festival, it was distributed in the United States by 20th Century Fox. Despite the film's location in France the film's dialogue is in English. The surreal mise en scene centers on Lily, a confused teenager (Cathryn Harrison) who witnesses a war between the sexes and finds herself involved in numerous dream-like situations at a country estate. An underlying subtext offers a commentary on the Women's Movement of the 1970s. The film is dedicated to Therese Giehse, who plays the character of The Old Lady, who died shortly after the end of the film. Malle himself has said about this film: "Opaque, sometimes clumsy, it is the most intimate of my films. I see it as a strange voyage to the limits of the medium, or maybe my own limits."

The Black Gestapo (1975)

The Black Gestapo is a 1975 American nazi-blaxploitation film about a vigilante named General Ahmed, who starts an inner-city "People's Army" to protect the black citizens of Watts. However, when the Army succeeds in chasing the mob out of town, Ahmed is replaced by his colleague Colonel Kojah, who reforms the movement into a fascist criminal organization in order to have complete control over the town. It was written and directed by Lee Frost, and stars Rod Perry, Charles P. Robinson, Phil Hoover, Ed Cross and features a cameo from Russ Meyer regular Uschi Digard. It depicts African-American men dressed as Nazis and contains many scenes of violence (including a castration scene) and soft-core nudity.

The Young Stranger (1957)

The Young Stranger (1957) is a low-budget drama film, the directorial debut of John Frankenheimer and was based on the teleplay Deal a Blow by Robert Dozier.

Forget About It (2006)

Gangsters and the FBI pursue three retired war veterans (Burt Reynolds, Robert Loggia, and Charles Durning) after they find a stash of hidden cash. Also stars Raquel Welch.

Rent-a-Cop (1987)

Two of Hollywoods living legends, Academy Award winner LIZA MINNELLI and Emmy Award Winner BURT REYNOLDS set the screen on fire in this high voltage thriller. Detective Frank Church (REYNOLDS), is thrown off the force when he leads a drug bust which results in the loss of his partner and $2 million. Only high class prostitute Roberts (MINNELLI), can help him find the killer, as long as she manages to stay alive!

Monster (2014)

Monster is a 2014 South Korean action thriller film written and directed by Hwang In-ho, starring Lee Min-ki and Kim Go-eun.

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.

Magic Boys (2012)

Following the lead up to one of the biggest robberies of the century, Diamond Heist watches the journey of Brian Reader, John Collins, Terry Perkins, Daniel Jones and the mysterious Basil throughout the audacious heist.

The Striking Truth 3D (2010)

This documentary follows the careers of champion fighters Georges St-Pierre and David "The Crow" Loiseau.

Nobody Walks (2012)

Nobody Walks is a 2012 American independent drama film directed by Ry Russo-Young. The film premiered in Competition at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and won a special Jury Prize. The film stars John Krasinski, Olivia Thirlby, Rosemarie DeWitt, India Ennenga, Jane Levy and Justin Kirk, and was co-written by Russo-Young and Lena Dunham. Magnolia Pictures released the film on VOD September 6, 2012 and in theaters October 12, 2012.

Walk by Faith (2014)

To cure his sickle cell anemia, a teenager (Dominyck McCargo) embarks on a journey to find a match for a bone-marrow transplant.

The Alien Agenda: A Filmmaker's Log (2009)

The Alien Agenda: A Filmmaker's Log-Chapter 1: Envisioning District 9

A Home At The End Of The World (2004)

A Home at the End of the World is a 2004 drama film directed by Michael Mayer. The screenplay by Michael Cunningham was adapted from his 1990 novel of the same title.

Woman Who Came Back (1945)

Woman Who Came Back is a 1945 horror film about an offbeat woman (Nancy Kelly) who becomes convinced that she's a witch, a conclusion which eventually leads to mass hysteria in the town to which she has recently returned. It was one of six films directed by Walter Colmes.

Clockwise (1986)

An uncompromising British school headmaster finds himself beset by one thing going wrong after another.

Bigfoot (2006)

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Swelter (2014)

Swelter is a 2014 American action film written and directed by Keith Parmer. It stars Lennie James, Grant Bowler, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Josh Henderson, Daniele Favilli, and Alfred Molina. James plays a sheriff in a small town who has a dark past that he can not remember, only to have to confront it when his ex-partners show up looking for stolen money they believe he has.

Mail Order Wife (2004)

A filmmaker (Andrew Gurland) documents the lives of a chubby doorman (Adrian Martinez) and his mail-order bride (Eugenia Yuan) from Burma.

Our Wild Hearts (2013)

After meeting her father (Ricky Schroder) for the first time, a teen (Cambrie Schroder) develops a bond with a wild mustang that needs protection.

Any Number Can Play (1949)

Any Number Can Play is a 1949 drama film starring Clark Gable and Alexis Smith. It is based on the novel of the same name by Edward Harris Heth.

Superdad (1974)

Superdad is a 1973 American comedy film by Walt Disney Productions and starring Bob Crane, Barbara Rush, Kurt Russell, Joe Flynn, and Kathleen Cody. The film marks the on-screen debut of Bruno Kirby. This film was an attempt by the Disney company to address the generation gap and the social upheaval of the Vietnam era, but it was a critical and commercial failure. The film received mostly negative reviews and was viewed as the worst Disney film ever to be released.

Jillian Michaels: Kickbox Fastfix (2012)

Jillian Michaels Kickbox FastFix is a total body workout that will fix your physique fast!! These quick-paced workouts will blast off the fat while toning your entire body. Jillian Michaels Kickbox FastFix consists of three 20-minute Kickboxing routines. Workout 1 focuses on toning the upper body, Workout 2 is going to tone and sculpt the lower body, and Workout 3 really zeroes in on the abs, all while melting of the fat with wild and fun kickboxing cardio. So what are you waiting for? Get in sick shape and start kicking butt today!

A Force More Powerful (1999)

A Force More Powerful is a 1999 feature-length documentary film and a 2000 PBS series written and directed by Steve York about nonviolent resistance movements around the world. Executive producers were Dalton Delan and Jack DuVall. Peter Ackerman was the series editor and principal content advisor. Institutional support for the film included funding from the United States Institute of Peace and the Albert Einstein Institution. The film played in festivals worldwide and was broadcast nationally on United States television network PBS in September 2000. It was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Historical Program. The series explores six successful nonviolent movements in the 20th century, including Mohandas Gandhi's leadership of the Indian Independence movement, the Civil Rights Movement, the boycotts in the Eastern Cape Province as part of the Anti-Apartheid movement in South Africa, the Danish resistance to Nazi Occupation, the Polish Solidarity Movement, and the Chilean democracy movement to oust Augusto Pinochet. A Force More Powerful is also the name of the companion book to the PBS series, authored by DuVall and Peter Ackerman,. In the Acknowledgments section of the book, the authors name Steve York as their most-cited source. The book was published with Palgrave Macmillan and has been recognized as an important resource for peace education. In 2006, the team behind the film, TV series and book released a nonviolent video game developed by Breakaway Games with the same title. The video game was designed to teach the waging of conflict using nonviolent methods. Ivan Marović, one of the leaders of the Serbian student movement called Otpor!, was one of the designers. A turn-based strategy game, it consists of ten pre-built scenarios and an editing system that will allow players to create scenarios of their own.

The Numbers Station (2013)

The Numbers Station is a 2013 British-American-Belgian action thriller film, starring John Cusack and Malin Åkerman, about a burned-out CIA black ops agent assigned to protect the code operator at a secret American numbers station somewhere in the British countryside. The film was directed by Danish director Kasper Barfoed, written by F. Scott Frazier and the camera work was by Icelandic cinematographer Óttar Guðnason. It was produced by brothers Sean and Bryan Furst of American Furst Films and Nigel Thomas at British production and film finance company Matador Pictures.

Fear Is The Master (1983)

In this hard-hitting cinematic document, ex-followers reveal secrets of life under the domination of India's infamous free sex guru, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, self-proclaimed God of the Universal. We see how Rajneesh combines an eerie charisma with scientific mind control techniques to make his disciples psychically dependent on him. For the guru, this web of control means a regal lifestyle (he had nearly a hundred Rolls-Royces at his disposal). But for his followers, called sannyasins, living in the shadow of the Master means giving up family ties, working eighteen hours a day, seven days a week, for no pay and always being available to satisfy the sexual whims of the gurus hierarchy. Wielding millions of dollars with an iron fist, Rajneesh and his henchmen built a 100 square-mile separate state in rural Oregon, U.S.A. complete with a highly armed sannyasin security force. Like the tragic residents of Jonestown, the inhabitants of Rancho Rajneesh were taught to fear law enforcement officers and other outsiders. While tension and paranoia simmered, Rajneeshs teachings offered the cynical consolation that, a bullet-ridden death can often accomplish what a life could not. The world has heard the Rajneesh credo at other times, other places, from other tyrants. Might is right, hisses the bearded Master to his half a million fanatical devotees, that rule still remains the rule of the jungle. FEAR IS THE MASTER is a stark and uncompromising warning, a shocking reminder that if we do not learn from history we will be condemned to repeat it.

Give Me One Reason (2015)

The dream of every mother is to have her son follow in his father's footsteps. It would be Theresa's nightmare if this happned to her son as it will lead him straight to the grave. How do you fight against the truth you've denied for so long? Who has the strength to forgive adultery and conquer addiction? This dynamic movie redefines forgivenss and restores your faith in the family.

No Greater Love (2009)

Jeff and Heather were the “lucky ones.” Best friends from childhood, high school sweethearts, and married by 22, they were inseparable soul mates. Jeff’s world is dramatically rocked when Heather disappears after the birth of their son. Heather shockingly reappears ten years later in the most unusual place.

Homicidal (1961)

Homicidal is a 1961 American horror-thriller film produced and directed by William Castle, and starring Glenn Corbett, Patricia Breslin, Eugenie Leontovich, Alan Bunce, and Jean Arless. The film follows a murderous woman in a small California town whose presence unearths secrets concerning a prominent local family.

Doomsday Machine (1972)

Doomsday Machine, also known as Escape from Planet Earth, is an American science fiction film filmed in 1967 but completed without the original cast or sets in 1972.

Wake (2009)

Wake is a 2009 comedy drama romance independent film directed by Ellie Kanner. It features Bijou Phillips, Ian Somerhalder, Jane Seymour, Danny Masterson, and Marguerite Moreau.

Rudolph's Shiny New Year (1976)

Rudolph's Shiny New Year is a 1976 Christmas/New Year's stop motion animated television special and a sequel to the 1964 special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer produced by Rankin/Bass Productions. The special premiered on ABC on December 10, 1976. Three years later, it was also aired on TV Asahi in Japan on December 24, 1979 under the Japanese dub title 赤鼻のトナカイ ルドルフ物語.

The Second Time Around (1961)

The Second Time Around is a 1961 Western comedy film starring Debbie Reynolds as a widow who relocates her family from 1911 New York to the Arizona Territory. It is based on the novel Star in the West by Richard Emery Roberts. The film co-stars Andy Griffith and Steve Forrest. It was directed by Vincent Sherman.

Lorna Doone (1922)

Tourneur's adaption of Richard Blackmore's perennially loved romance stars John Bowers as a yeoman farmer who valiantly rescues a kidnapped princess. This edition was transferred from an original print at 18fps and features a new score for piano and strings by Japanese singer/songwriter and composer Mari LiJima.

Tempest (1928)

Tempest is a 1928 feature silent film directed by Sam Taylor. V. I. Nemirovich-Dantchenko wrote the screenplay and William Cameron Menzies won an Academy Award for Best Art Direction for his work in the film in 1929, the first year of the awards ceremony. John Barrymore and Camilla Horn star in the film, with Louis Wolheim co-starring.

The Beyoncé Experience: Live (2007)

The Beyoncé Experience LIVE is the full concert performance shot in Los Angeles during Beyoncé’s international tour of the same name.

Americons (2017)

In 2007 California, a financially strapped mortgage broker (Beau Martin Williams) abandons his moral compass to make a profit, then realizes he's operating on a foundation of quicksand.

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.

Fascination Coral Reef: Mysterious Worlds Underwater (2012)

Often referred to as "The Pearls of the Indian Ocean," The Maldives' true treasures are to be found beneath the waves: the coral reefs. See breathtakingly colorful coral forests. Observe turtles searching for food as they swim by. Duck your head as huge swarms of colorful fish take refuge in the numerous caves and crevices. Wonder at the incredible diversity of life on the coral reef!

Real Life (1979)

Real Life is a 1979 American comedy film starring Albert Brooks (in his directorial debut), who also co-authored the screenplay. It is a spoof of the 1973 reality television program An American Family and portrays a documentary filmmaker named Albert Brooks who attempts to live with and film a dysfunctional family for one full year. Charles Grodin co-stars as the family's patriarch who consents to permit cameras in his Arizona home. Real-life producer Jennings Lang also has an acting role in Real Life.

Ricky Gervais: Out of England - The Stand-Up Special (2008)

Ricky Gervais has risen from relative obscurity in England to become one of the world's biggest multi-media superstars. The award-winning actor and co-creator of 'The Office' and 'Extras' returns to HBO for his first-ever stand-up special on the network. Taped live before a sold-out audience at the WaMu Theater at New York City's Madison Square Garden, the special is a high-spirited hour of Gervais' offbeat observations and understated humor. Topics include his unique takes on such disparate (and often politically incorrect) issues as fund-raising, autism, fame, nursery rhymes, Nazis, moronic friends, obesity and more.

Imitation General (1958)

Imitation General is a 1958 CinemaScope war comedy film starring Glenn Ford, Red Buttons and Taina Elg. The film was based on a short story of the same name by William Chamberlain.

Frank Caliendo: All Over the Place (2007)

All Over The Place is just what the title describes, capturing the incredible range and versatility of one of America's best comedians. From his many appearances on the Late Show with David Letterman to his weekly picks segment on FOX NFL Sunday, comedian/actor/impressionist Frank Caliendo has been all over television the past few years. Known for his dead-on impressions of famous actors (Al Pacino, Robin Williams, Robert DeNiro), politicians (George W. Bush, Bill Clinton), and broadcasters (John Madden, David Letterman, Jay Leno, Jim Rome), Caliendo's high-energy act is a blend of observations, impressions, characters and anecdotes that build to a frenetic pace. He was once described by Hollywood Reporter as "a combination of Robin Williams and Jim Carrey." The program, taped at Caesar's Palace and on location in L.A., also includes bonus features. Frank, a veteran of television sketch comedy (MadTV, Hype), now stars in his own hit late night TV show-Frank TV-for the TBS network.

Barbie: The Pearl Princess (2013)

A mermaid who has the power to change the color of pearls helps her friends prepare for their kingdom's royal ball.

The Feast of Satan (1971)

(1971) Krista Nell, Espartaco Santoni, Teresa Gimpera, Julio Pena. A lady arrives at a coastal village where her sister--now missing--has last been seen. The police investigate but she decides to snoop around a little herself. Unknown to her, she has come under the scrutiny of a mad scientist who has sinister plans for her. A series of horrifying events follow in this grandly made Euro-horror film. Color, scope, 16mm.

Blood + Roses (2010)

Martin (Kane John Scott) and his wife Jane (Marysia Kay) are taking some time off, trying to put the past behind them, trying to appreciate each other again. But when they get to their holiday cottage, they find that they've got little love left for each other. Jane attracts the attention of another man, Seth (Benjamin Green), a vampire who sees something that he wants in Jane. Jane wants it too, but be careful what you wish for... After one night with Seth Jane undergoes a painful transformation. A change that gives her more than she ever thought possible. A change that opens her eyes to a conspiracy that has been kept secret from her. But to finalise this transformation Jane must feed. Can she take a life to secure her own? And how about that delightful husband of hers?

Mostly Dead (2014)

Residents of Fairlawn fight to survive when vampires overrun their town.

Downloaded (2013)

A documentary that explores the downloading revolution; the kids that created it, the bands and the businesses that were affected by it, and its impact on the world at large. "Tells a fascinating story about how college students harnessed the Internet to enable people to trade favorite songs, and how a blindsided music industry, ignorant of the Web's potential, effectively shut them down." - The New York Times

The Waiting Room (2012)

The Waiting Room is a 2012 documentary film and social media project directed by Peter Nicks that follows the life and times of patients, doctors, and staff at Highland Hospital, a safety-net hospital in Oakland, California. The project includes a blog which features stories and conversations from the waiting room as well as behind-the-scenes information about the project. Frequent video updates from the project are posted on the blog. These videos examine what life is like in an American public hospital caring for a community of largely uninsured patients. The project involves placing interactive storytelling booths in hospital waiting rooms. These kiosks will include the live-blogged reports from people living without health insurance, and a unique online portal that will distribute these stories and become an archive for the testimonials that will highlight the urgency of the national dialogue around health care. The Waiting Room is funded by the MacArthur Foundation, Independent Television Service, The Fledgling Fund, The San Francisco Foundation, California Council for the Humanities, the Pacific Pioneer Find, and the San Francisco Film Society. Its key partners include the Bay Area Video Coalition, Active Voice, Pentagram, and The Takeaway. The Waiting Room has also been featured on the New York Times Lens Blog as Videos Worth Watching.

Hungry for Change (2012)

Filmmakers James Colquhoun, Laurentine Ten Bosch and Carlo Ledesma expose the diet industry's deceptive strategies designed to keep people from losing and keeping off weight.

Holly Hobbie and Friends: Secret Adventures (2007)

Holly Learns Many lessons about the importance of keeping secrets when she accidentally shares Carrie's secret that she's afraid of the dark. Then, Holly makes it a secret Hey Girls project to help her Mom and Aunt Jesse gather sap, rather than tell the adults, Holly and her best friends, Amy and Carrie, Find themselves in a frightful situation - gathering more sap in a scary dark forest. In the end, Holly learns a few important things about secrets - like when you should keep them and when you shouldn't.