Exit the Dragon, Enter the Tiger (1976)

Exit the Dragon, Enter the Tiger (Chinese title: 天皇巨星; Cantonese: Tian huang ju xing), also released as Bruce Lee: The Star of Stars, is a 1976 Bruceploitation film starring Bruce Li. The title is a play on the Bruce Lee film Enter the Dragon and is one of the most well-known films in the Bruceploitation genre.

Elvis On Tour (1972)

Fifteen cities. Fifteen nights. Catch him if you can! The show is over but the fans cry out for what every Elvis Presley fan wants. More! Then, an announcer speaks the words the packed house doesn’t want to hear: "Elvis has left the building." But what an incredible show that lingers in minds and hearts. Elvis on Tour is the Golden Globe-winning Best Documentary chronicle of Presley's whirlwind 15-cities/15-nights 1972 tour. They are nights to remember, paced here with more than 25 numbers that embrace the rocker Elvis, the gospel Elvis, the ballad Elvis, even the kung-fu Elvis. In between tour stops come more moments to treasure--montage sequences (supervised by Martin Scorsese) showcasing Presley's early career and movies.

Empire of Assassins (2011)

Two brothers try to destroy each other after a life-shattering event.

End Game (2009)

A lawman (Eric Wright) must save his daughter and girlfriend from a maniacal kidnapper (Kurt Angle).

Exeter (2015)

Exeter (released as The Asylum in the UK) is a 2015 American supernatural horror film directed by Marcus Nispel. The film opened in the UK at the Glasgow Horror Film Festival in February 27, 2015. The film was released on DVD in the UK on May 7, 2015. Exeter made its US debut in July 2, 2015 on DirecTV Cinema.

Exclusive (1992)

Mass murder at a nightclub puts an anchorwoman (Suzanne Somers) onto a story which soon hits too close to home.

Ek Chitthi Pyar Bhari (1985)

Ek Chitthi Pyar Bhari is a 1985 Hindi Drama film, starring Raj Babbar and Reena Roy and directed by Vijay Sadanah.

Everybody Wants To Be Italian (2007)

Everybody Wants to Be Italian is a 2007 American romantic comedy film written and directed by Jason Todd Ipson. The screenplay focuses on the relationship between a blue collar worker and a veterinarian. The film premiered at the Boston Film Festival on September 18, 2007 and released theatrically in the United States on September 5, 2008.

Elves (1989)

Elves is a 1989 American horror film directed by Jeffrey Mandel and starring Dan Haggerty, Deanna Lund, and Ken Carpenter.

El nido (1980)

The Nest (Spanish: El Nido) is a 1980 Spanish drama film written and directed by Jaime de Armiñán, starring Héctor Alterio and Ana Torrent.The plot follows the emotionally intense relationship between an old widower and a precocious thirteen-year-old girl. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 53rd Academy Awards.

Letters to Elena (2012)

A young boy in Mexico is adopted by the mailman. As part of their daily tasks they deliver, as well as read the mail to the locals, who are mostly illiterate. Letters entail ‘supposed’ success their love ones have in the United States.

The Courage to Love (2000)

The Courage to Love is a 2000 television history film starring Vanessa L. Williams, who was also the producer. The premiere was held 24 January 2000 on Lifetime. The film also stars Vanessa's children: Jillian Hervey, Melanie Hervey, Devin Hervey, and her brother Chris Williams. Filming began in August 1999 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and was scheduled to last two months.

Coast to Coast (1980)

Coast to Coast is a 1980 comedy film starring Dyan Cannon and Robert Blake, directed by Joseph Sargent. The screenplay was written by Stanley Weiser. The original score was composed by Charles Bernstein. The film was shot in Stockton, California. The film's tagline is: "Either way, love will win in the end."

Christmas Every Day (1996)

Christmas Every Day is a 1996 American made-for-television fantasy-comedy film based on the 1892 short story "Christmas Every Day" by William Dean Howells.

Comeback (1983)

Comeback is a 1982 semi-autobiographical film starring Eric Burdon, an English singer-songwriter best known as a member and vocalist of rock band The Animals, and the funk rock band War[1] and for his aggressive stage performance. It was shot first in Los Angeles then in Berlin. Some time after release, MGM released the film on VHS. A soundtrack to the movie was also released in 1982, Comeback.

Chhoti Si Baat (1976)

Chhoti Si Baat is a 1976 Hindi romantic comedy film directed by Basu Chatterjee. The film's title means "A Small Matter" in Hindi. Considered one of the best Hindi comedy films of the 1970s, it is a nostalgic favourite for its quirky take on pre-hypercongestion Bombay. The film became a box office hit and also earned Filmfare nominations and a Filmfare Award for Best Screenplay for Basu Chatterjee. The movie is loosely based on the 1960 British movie School for Scoundrels.

Charley and the Angel (1973)

Charley is a workaholic family man that finds out from an angel that his "number's up" and he will be dying soon, so he tries to change his ways to be a better husband and father with the time he has left.

Coachella (2006)

Originally used as a test venue for Pearl Jam when they were battling Ticketmaster, the Empire Polo Fields in Indio, Calif.'s Coachella Valley now serve as host to one of the premier American destination festivals for fans of alternative rock. This film assembles highlights from the festival's first six years, including performances by Radiohead, Arcade Fire, the Flaming Lips, Bjrk, the Chemical Brothers, Red Hot Chili Peppers and the White Stripes.

Cinco De Mayo (2013)

After he is fired and ridiculed, El Maestro sets out to teach everyone a final lesson.

Capulina contra los vampiros (1971)

Capulina Contra Los Vampiros is a comedy embedded in the trappings of a horror film. The main character, Capulina, is a clumsy simpleton who gets lost in the woods. After rain drops begin to fall, he seeks shelter. Fortunately, there's a mansion up the road. As soon as he gets comfortable in his new surroundings, Capulina starts to experience odd happenings. From eerie noises to willowy figures, things are off. These events, naturally, cause him to react, which is where viewers get the most laughs.

Cayman Went (2009)

A TV star (Michael Lombardi) travels to a Caribbean island to convince three property owners to sell their land to a real estate mogul.

Contaminated Man (2000)

Contaminated Man is a 2001 dramatic thriller film starring William Hurt, Natascha McElhone, and Peter Weller and directed by Anthony Hickox from a screenplay by John Penney. A co-production between the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, and Hungary and filmed on location in Budapest, the film received mixed-to-negative reviews.

Chasing Holden (2001)

A governor's son (D.J. Qualls) takes a wild journey while writing a paper on Holden Caulfield from "The Catcher in the Rye."

Chrome And Hot Leather (1971)

A Green Beret sergeant seeks revenge on the motorcycle gang members who are responsible for his fiancee's death.

The Conscience of Nhem En (2008)

The Conscience of Nhem En is a 26-minute documentary directed by Steven Okazaki, telling the stories of three survivors of the Tuol Sleng Prison. Also known as S-21, Tuol Sleng was where 17,000 Cambodians were imprisoned and killed in the late 1970s. The film follows a young soldier responsible for taking the ID photos of thousands of people before they were tortured and murdered by the Khmer Rouge. The documentary was nominated for an Academy Award.

Comic Book: The Movie (2004)

Comic Book: The Movie is a 2004 direct-to-DVD mockumentary starring and directed by Mark Hamill.

Celsius 41.11: The Temperature at Which the Brain... Begins to Die (2004)

Celsius 41.11 is a 2004 political documentary film inspired by, and partially in response to Michael Moore's film Fahrenheit 9/11. The title was chosen because, according to the makers of the movie, 41.11 °C is "The Temperature at Which the Brain Begins to Die", which is the film's tag-line. The film addresses five charges made against George W. Bush in Moore's film and criticizes 2004 Democratic Presidential candidate John Kerry. It was released during the run-up to the 2004 United States Presidential general election. It took six weeks to make Celsius 41.11. The production was funded and the film distributed to a limited number of movie theaters by Citizens United, a conservative political organization. Celsius 41.11 performed less well at the box office than comparable left-leaning documentaries and significantly poorer than Fahrenheit 9/11. The producer attributed this to voter fatigue and to a timetabling clash with the World Series. The critics' response was described as "irk[ed]" by the BBC. A number of critics described the film as a campaign advertisement for George W. Bush. Several believed that the movie would appeal primarily to convinced supporters of George W. Bush and was unlikely to sway undecided voters or change the opinion of Kerry supporters. The critics felt the film shared the flaws of Fahrenheit 9/11 without sharing all of its virtues, in particular it was criticised for a comparative lack of emotion. The reliability of some of the individuals interviewed was questioned by the New York Times and the Boston Globe. Critics frequently compared the style to that of a PowerPoint presentation with some adding that the speed with which the film had been produced was evident in the quality of the finished product. Opinions as to the quality of the arguments advanced varied with Michael Graham of the National Review stating that the film had done a "solid job" in answering Moore's arguments whilst Maitland McDonagh of TV Guide called the film a "shrill, repetitive screed".

Cleopatra (2003)

Cleopatra is a 2003 Argentine film directed by Eduardo Mignogna and starring Norma Aleandro, Natalia Oreiro, Leonardo Sbaraglia and Héctor Alterio. The plot of the movie closely follows that of Thelma & Louise.

Carl Th. Dreyer: My Métier (1995)

Carl Th. Dreyer: My Metier (Danish: Carl Th. Dreyer: Min metier) is a 1995 Danish documentary film directed by Torben Skjødt Jensen about the film career of Carl Theodor Dreyer.

Century (1993)

Century is a 1993 British film, written and directed by playwright Stephen Poliakoff. Clive Owen stars as a 19th-century Jewish doctor who, while studying at a research institute, discovers that the authoritative Doctor (played by Charles Dance) is sterilizing innocent women, in order to prevent them from breeding.

Daughters Of Satan (1972)

An antique dealer living in Manila falls victim to an ancient Satanic curse--the result of his wife joining a cult. Seeking help from a local historian, he disbands the coven and rescues her.

Drunk On Love (2015)

Kooky people in a seaside town go on a pub crawl.

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.

Darklight (2004)

Darklight is a 2004 movie that has links to the Lilith Jewish myth. In the movie, Lilith and William Shaw join forces to kill the Demonicus, an evil beast that is starting a worldwide plague.

Duel of Champions (1961)

Orazi e Curiazi (English title: Duel of Champions) is a 1961 film about the Roman legend of the Horatii, triplet brothers from Rome who fought a duel against the Curiatii, triplet brothers from Alba Longa in order to determine the outcome of a war between their two nations. This film was directed by Ferdinando Baldi and Terence Young. The screenplay was written by Ennio De Concini, Carlo Lizzani, Giuliano Montaldo and Luciano Vincenzoni.

A Delicate Balance (1973)

A Delicate Balance is a 1973 American-Canadian-British drama film directed by Tony Richardson and starring Katharine Hepburn, Paul Scofield, Lee Remick, Kate Reid, Joseph Cotten and Betsy Blair. The screenplay by Edward Albee is based on his 1966 Pulitzer Prize-winning play of the same name. The film was the second in a series produced by Ely Landau for his American Film Theatre, a subscription-based program of screen adaptations of notable stage plays shown in five hundred theaters in four hundred cities.

Dark Planet (1997)

On a future Earth devastated by disease and famine, warring factions join forces to find a new world to colonize.

Dawn Rider (2012)

Not to be confused with John Wayne's 1935 film The Dawn Rider, which this film is based on. Dawn Rider is a 2012 Western film starring Christian Slater, Jill Hennessy and Donald Sutherland. It is a remake of the 1935 John Wayne film The Dawn Rider.

Lady Cop & Papa Crook (2008)

Lady Cop & Papa Crook is a 2008 Hong Kong crime film written and directed by Alan Mak and Felix Chong, and starring Sammi Cheng and Eason Chan. Chan plays the kingpin of a red diesel crime ring who is forced to team up and co-operate with a hot-tempered police officer (Cheng) when his son is kidnapped, thus beginning an unlikely alliance between fellow police officers and criminals.

The Day The Earth Stopped (2008)

Hundreds of massive intergalactic robots appear in all of the major world capitals with an ultimatum: Prove the value of human civilization or be destroyed.

Duck (2005)

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.

Deepwater (2005)

Deepwater is a 2005 neo-noir film directed and written (screenplay) by David S. Marfield. It is based on Deepwater, a 1999 novel written by Matthew F. Jones. It was screened at the Seattle International Film Festival on June 9, 2005, and the München Fantasy Filmfest in Germany on June 28, 2005. The film was shot in Clearwater and Little Fort in B.C., Canada.

Dead Men Walking (2005)

Dead Men Walking is an independent 2005 zombie movie directed by Peter Mervis and written by Mike Watt. It features a zombie outbreak at a maximum security prison. The film can now be seen on the Sci Fi Channel in the United States.

Dead or Alive (1999)

Dead or Alive (DEAD OR ALIVE:犯罪者, Deddo oa araibu: Hanzaisha), abbreviated as DOA (Dii ō ei), is a 1999 Japanese yakuza action film directed by Takashi Miike. It stars Riki Takeuchi as the Chinese Triad boss and former yakuza Ryūichi and Show Aikawa as the Japanese cop Detective Jojima and focuses on their meeting and conflict. It is the first in a three-part series, followed by Dead or Alive 2: Birds in 2000 and Dead or Alive: Final in 2002.

Dragonworld (1994)

Dragonworld is a 1994 film that was released Direct-to-video. It is the third film to be released by Moonbeam Entertainment, the children's video division of Full Moon Entertainment.

Rascal (1969)

Rascal is a 1969 comedy-drama film adaptation made by Walt Disney Productions based on a book Rascal by Sterling North about a young man and his pet raccoon set in Wisconsin.

The Return Of Count Yorga (1971)

A San Francisco orphanage becomes the site of strange disappearances when a vampire moves into the neighborhood.

Race You To The Bottom (2005)

Bisexual Nathan, a travel writer, invites Maggie to accompany him on a business trip through the Napa Valley, and the journey forces them to confront the complexities of their relationship. However, their live-in boyfriends back in Los Angeles are unaware that the two have been having an affair for months.

Rising Stars (2010)

Rising Stars is a 2010 American teen musical drama film. The film was directed by Dan Millican. Rising Stars stars Kyle Riabko, Lauren Ashley Carter, Leon Thomas III, Fisher Stevens, Barry Corbin, and Rebecca St. James and follows three teen musical groups competing in a music video competition. The film is distributed by Screen Media Films and was released to three theaters on October 22, 2010.

Lifequest Mars (2003)

Second only to Venus in proximity to the Earth, Mars has always been a planet of interest to humans. Many scholars and visionaries through the ages have speculated on whether life exists on Mars, and if so, at what complexity level. This documentary reveals the plans in the works, by NASA and most other space agencies of the world, to answer these questions. It started with probes and remote controlled rovers sent to Mars, searching for signs of water. All in preparation for a manned mission. Details of proposals for such a mission are revealed, along with expected challenges and possible results.

The Mayor (2011)

Sam Berger, an 88-year-old womanizer, lives it up in a Texas retirement home until his relationship with a 61-year-old woman hits the rocks.

Dead And Gone (2008)

Losing his grip on reality, an actor (Quentin Jones) tries to kill his comatose wife (Kathrine Bates) at a remote cabin.

Terror of the Blood Demon (2013)

(1967 aka TORTURE CHAMBER OF DR. SADISM) - Christopher Lee, Karin Dor, Lex Barker. Beheadings, virgins, straps, and corpses. What else do you need to know about this movie? An outrageous film that's a must-see for Chris Lee fans. A great supporting cast. Color, 16mm.

Destruction Kings (2006)

Paranormal investigators (Chris Seaver, Casey Bowker) battle classic monsters.

Sb-1070 (2013)

SB-1070 will take your breath away. This motion picture depicts undocumented immigrants who go above and beyond to return in the State. After they have been deported to an unknown Island; they steal an airplane to get back in the US.

Smoky (1966)

Smoky is a 1966 western film, directed by George Sherman. It stars Fess Parker, Diana Hyland, Katy Jurado and Hoyt Axton. It earned rentals in the US and Canada of $4 million.

Stealing Christmas (2003)

Stealing Christmas is an American television film starring Tony Danza and Lea Thompson. It premiered on USA Network in 2003. As of 2009, it was shown in the 25 Days of Christmas programming block on ABC Family, but it was not part of the block in 2010.

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.

Saint Bernadette of Lourdes (2011)

The life of Saint Bernadette of Lourdes, the visionary of Lourdes. Taped in Lourdes and Nevers.

Solos: The Jazz Sessions - Matthew Shipp (2011)

Solos: The Jazz Sessions spotlights unaccompanied performances by some of the legends and bright young stars of the jazz world. Designed and recorded specifically for television, SOLOS offers viewers front row seats for an intimate and unique jazz experience. Shot in stunning HDTV with multiple moving cameras and a medley of elegant cinematic lighting, SOLOS showcases an exciting and dynamic variety of jazz styles - from the blues and boogie-woogie to bebop and the experimental. Recorded on location at the spectacular Berkeley Church in Toronto, Canada, each program features complete musical pieces, insightful interviews, and behind-the-scenes footage. With his unique and recognizable style, pianist Matthew Shipp worked and recorded vigorously during the 1990s, creating music in which free jazz and modern classical intertwine. He first became known in the early '90s as the pianist in the David S. Ware Quartet, and soon began leading his own dates - most often including Ware bandmate, leading bassist William Parker - and recording a number of duets with a variety of musicians, from the legendary Roscoe Mitchell to violinist Mat Maneri, who began appearing on recordings in the 1990s. Through his range of live and recorded performances, and unswerving individual development, Shipp came to be regarded as a prolific and respected voice in creative music by the decade's close.

No Escape No Return (1993)

A drug kingpin takes revenge on three police officers for the death of his brother by framing them for murder.

Fantômas: The False Magistrate (1914)

In Part Five of Louis Feuillade's 5 1/2-hour epic follows Fantômas, the criminal lord of Paris, master of disguise, the creeping assassin in black, as he is pursued by the equally resourceful Inspector Juve.

Hologram Man (1995)

A terrorist's soul escapes from a computer prison and stalks the streets as an electromagnetic hologram.

2 + 2 (2012)

2+2 (Spanish: Dos más dos) is a 2012 Argentine comedy-drama film directed by Diego Kaplan and starring Adrián Suar, Carla Peterson, Julieta Díaz and Juan Minujín. The plot revolves around two successful friendly couples: Diego and Emilia, and Betina and Richard. One night, Richard and Betina reveal to Diego and Emilia that they are swingers and would like to swap partners with them, tempting Emilia. It was the highest grossing Argentine film in 2012.

Roseland (1977)

Roseland is a 1977 Merchant Ivory Productions' anthology film with a screenplay by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. It was directed by James Ivory and produced by Ismail Merchant. The film is made up of three connected short features, The Waltz, The Hustle and The Peabody. All three stories share a theme of the protagonists trying to find the right dance partner, and all are set in the Roseland Ballroom in New York City.

Reincarnation (2007)

"Reincarnation" is a poetic documentary on one of the greatest American artists Isadora Duncan living through her followers at the present time. Mysteriously, after over the century passed from the time she lived, Isadora imposes her art and philosophy on contemporary artists who are compelled to keep doing her movement and preserve her choreography, though it seems to be quite outdated. One of the offspring of Isadora, one of her reincarnations is the founder and artistic director of "Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation" Lori Belilove. Through Lori's life and work, through the art of her students and company members, through the lines of a theatrical play conceived by Lori, the image and entire persona of Isadora Duncan comes alive.

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.

The Recipe (2010)

The Recipe is a 2010 South Korean film about a television producer who finds out many surprising truths while tracking down the story about a mysterious bean paste stew. Behind the captivating taste lies a woman’s unfortunate life and love story.

Redemption (2012)

A grieving sheriff buries his daughter, then learns that a man has been robbing graves. He is forced to examine his beliefs on mercy, justice and redemption as he tracks him down.

Rich Kids (1979)

Rich Kids is a 1979 film directed by Robert M. Young and starring Trini Alvarado and Jeremy Levy. It was nominated for two Young Artist Awards at the 1st Youth in Film Awards, held in 1979.

The Rats Are Coming! The Werewolves Are Here! (1972)

The Rats Are Coming! The Werewolves Are Here! is a 1972 American film written and directed by Andy Milligan.

Raiders of the Living Dead (1986)

Raiders of the Living Dead is a 1986 motion picture, a zombie horror film directed by Samuel M. Sherman from a script he co-wrote with Brett Piper.

Alaska Highway (1943)

Alaska Highway is a 1943 American film directed by Frank McDonald.

What's Done In The Dark (2008)

Get ready to laugh and sing out loud. WHAT'S DONE IN THE DARK, set in a hospital emergency room, follows several nurses, their doctors, and some very interesting patients (hello, Mr. Brown!). What seems routine rarely is. Some folks would do well to remember: what's done in the dark always come to light.

GhostWatcher 2 (2005)

Laura Kove, the agoraphobic from GHOST WATCHER, is back to face her past. In a race against time, Laura must rush to stop a ghost's wrath and avert the catastrophe that will take hundreds of lives, including her own.

Lovelorn (2010)

Lorna (Olivia Chappell) goes into a coma after an accident, and her overprotective brother John (Phillip James) journeys into her dreamscape to bring her back from the brink of death.

Lovely By Surprise (2007)

A truly unique and visually stunning take on meta-fiction, Lovely By Surprise follows the journey of novelist Marian Walker as she attempts to finish her first novel.Facing the age-old problem of writer’s block, novelist Marian Walker (Carrie Preston) turns to her mentor and ex-lover, Jackson (Austin Pendleton). But his seemingly innocent advice to kill the book’s protagonist unexpectedly leads one of her wilful characters (Michael Chernus) to escape from the novel and stir up the unresolved issues in her life.At turns funny, lyrical, dark and mysterious, this enigmatic and visually striking film festival favourite film explores past and present, art and reality, and the meaning of life and death, ultimately revealing the strength and beauty of the human heart.

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.

John Leguizamo: Sexaholix... A Love Story (2002)

John Leguizamo returns to HBO in this one-man stage show to examine the world's most intimate act! SEXAHOLIX is an affectionate tale of the comic's path to maturation and the women who helped get him there. In this memorable performance, Leguizamo digs into his past love life and family dynamics to mine a rich vein of material and brings his audience to climactic moments of clarity. Nothing is held back in this hilarious comedy.

Di Tresette ce n'è uno, tutti gli altri son nessuno (1974)

the crazy bunch video is a street comedy loaded with tons of raw talent from different areas of the mid-west also includes the 10min interview with Flick D the fake OG.

Archie (2015)

A boy with learning difficulties is rejected by his father and bullied in school until a new friend shows him how music can change everything.

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.

In A Dark Place (2006)

In a Dark Place is a 2006 horror/thriller film version of Henry James' 1898 novella The Turn of the Screw.

John & Jane (2005)

Every day, thousands of ambitious young Indians pick up the phone and talk to people in Kentucky, California or Idaho. Bridging continents by telephone, they pitch products and soothe frayed consumer nerves. As they troubleshoot, they dream of America. As they dream, they change. Welcome to the world of offshore call centers.

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.

Gettysburg: The Boys in Blue & Gray (2002)

The sweeping epic story of the Battle of Gettysburg as experienced by the soldiers who were there. In mid-July 1863, Union Lt. Frank A. Haskell wrote a vivid account in a letter to his brother. Compelling words from Haskell and other soldiers on both sides re-create the action. Filmed in five states and in the Gettysburg National Military Park, the film shows seven full-scale battles.

The Crimes Of Stephen Hawke (1936)

The Crimes of Stephen Hawke is a 1936 British historical melodrama film directed by George King and starring Tod Slaughter as the nefarious Stephen Hawke - who masquerades as the 'Spine-Breaker'. It also features Marjorie Taylor, D. J. Williams and Eric Portman. It was made at Shepperton Studios, with sets designed by Philip Bawcombe. This is the third of Tod Slaughter's film outings, billed as a 'new-old melodrama'. In the introduction Slaughter appears in person, in a BBC studio, where he describes with relish his murderous activities in his two previous films: Maria Marten or Murder in the Red Barn (1935) and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1936). In the film Slaughter plays a seemingly kindly money-lender who dotes on his daughter Julia. He has however a double life as the notorious 'Spine-Breaker', Victorian England's most maniacal serial killer. His nefarious activities are eventually detected by his daughter's suitor Matthew Trimble, the son of one of his victims, who after pursuing and failing to catch him somewhat charitably opines to his daughter: In the end Slaughter comes out of hiding to kill another unwelcome suitor of his daughter, before falling to his death from the roof of his house in a dramatic final exit.

The Big Trees (1952)

A greedy timber baron (Kirk Douglas) forms an uneasy alliance with a group of Quaker settlers as he tries to aquire a stretch of California woodland. Mastered from the original Technicolor materials!

War of the Range (1933)

(1933, Freuler/Monarch) Tom Tyler, Lane Chandler, Caryl Lincoln. First time on video! Here's one that hasn't been around since the earliest day of TV. Tom plays a cowpuncher who tries to avert a range war between his stubborn father and a shifty rancher. Tom's told to hit the road by Dad though, when he defends a nester family settling on their land. 16mm.

Treasure Playground (2015)

Treasure Playground is an exciting adventurous mystery film created by Sue ellen Randolph. Two kids accompanied by one Nanny stumbled on a pirate's head in the playground and by that head...there was a clue.....a clue to find the hidden treasure. Within this video there is also two more shows, Skeleton in my Crib an animation comedy and "Kappa Claw" which is a learning fun show for kids. In Kappa Claw there is also dancing and singing of nursery rhymes.

Riddle (2013)

College student Holly Teller is drawn to the mysterious small town of Riddle, Pennsylvania in search of her missing brother. Against the will of the local Sheriff, she begins to unravel a mystery connected to an abandoned psychiatric hospital on the edge of town, uncovering a terrifying past the town in determined to keep hidden.

Chihuly at the V&A (2002)

In a devastating car accident in 1976, a young artist loses the use of one eye. In the years that follow, Dale Chihuly's talent for leading a team flourishes as he orchestrates glassblowing of a complexity previously unthinkable. His 2001 retrospective exhibition at the venerable Victoria and Albert Museum marks his triumphant return to London after years of study and development. Set in 2001 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, this film follows Dale Chihuly as he fulfills his lifelong dream of exhibiting at the V&A and sets up this stunning show. The exhibition begins inside the rotunda with an extraordinary Chandelier commissioned by the V&A. Moving into the Medieval Treasury, an exuberant Persian Pergola is displayed alongside a fascinating and educational survey of Chihuly's glass series and drawings. Finally, venturing outside into the Pirelli Garden, large, site-specific installations fill the grounds with vivacious colors.

Last Hours in Suburbia (2012)

Grace faces a prison conviction having played a role in a deadly accident that killed her best friend Jennifer. Not able to remember the event, Jennifer reaches out from beyond the grave to help Grace unveil the truth.

Polanski Unauthorized (2009)

An unauthorized chronicle of the life of Roman Polanski.

Opelo za Bobija Fisera (2010)

The fascinating story of the greatest chess player in history, Bobby Fischer was an American chess prodigy, considered by many to be the greatest player of all time.

Playground (1990)

Inspired by the story of one of the NBA’s brightest stars, Michael Jordan’s Playground features Jordan in his acting debut, as he encourages a young player who has just been cut from his high school team.

Walter: Lessons from the World's Oldest People (2013)

Hunter Weeks and his fiancee set out on an adventure to meet the oldest people in the world and discover their advice for living life to the fullest.

The 2011 General Tire Mint 400 (2011)

The General Tire Mint 400 is the roughest, most spectacular off-road race in North America! Started in 1976, The Mint is steeped in American lore as thousands of racers as well as celebrities from around the world have attempted to tame the brutal Nevada desert. The 2011 Mint 400 was an epic battle between some of the top off-road racers in the world in twenty-five different classes of vehicles. Shot entirely in HD by the largest, most experienced film production crew in off-road, The Mint features stunning cinematography, captured in some of the most remote spots on the racecourse. Witness the bumper-to-bumper battling from helicopter, feel the power of these incredible vehicles from the passenger seat, watch as racers fall away, embroiled in the agony of defeat, and share in the glory of victory! ...This is The 2011 General Tire Mint 400.

Shored Up (2013)

Shored Up is a 2013 documentary film, produced and directed by Ben Kalina. The film premiered at 2013 Montclair Film Festival on May 5, 2013. The Film broadcast on DirecTV on October 23, 2013. It had a theatrical release in United States on November 29, 2013. It won the Hilton Worldwide LightStay Sustainability Award (including $25,000 grant) at 2014 Sundance Film Festival. The film was banned from screening at North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.