Da Vinci: Tracking the Code (2006)

When "The Da Vinci Code", written by Dan Brown, was launched on an unsuspecting literary world, few would have predicted the publishing phenomenon that this incredible book was destined to become. However, mention "The Da Vinci Code" today, just about anywhere, and you'll find that everyone has heard of it and the majority have read it! This would be remarkable enough if "The Da Vinci Code" was purely a work of fiction, but the interwoven facts, that are indeed the backbone of the novel, put it in a class of its own. Yet the history, paintings and locations that inspired Dan Brown's tale are equally as fascinating as the book itself, and this program has been devised to take you on an intriguing journey of discovery in search of the facts behind the fiction. Follow in the author's footsteps from the elegant Louvre Museum in Paris to the beautiful Chateau de Villette in the heart of the French countryside, and then travel on to London for Westmin¬ster Abbey and the Temple Church, before concluding the proceedings at Edinburgh's delightful Rosslyn Chapel. See for yourself the paintings of Leonardo Da Vinci and step back in time to uncover the secrets of the past that have a message for the present and future that should never be ignored.

Red Stallion In The Rockies (1949)

Red Stallion in the Rockies is a 1949 American Cinecolor film directed by Ralph Murphy. Mary Grant designed the film's costumes.

Sesame Street: The Great Numbers Game (1998)

1 to 20 is your aim if you want to play this game. With a push of the START button, Elmo, Telly and Gabi find themselves inside The Great Numbers Game. Each number they find leads them to one of Sesame Street's classic counting cartoons. Who will be the winner? Everyone wins when they play The Great Numbers Game!

Promise Her Anything (1966)

Promise Her Anything is a 1965 British-American romantic comedy film directed by Arthur Hiller. The screenplay by William Peter Blatty is based on a story by Arne Sultan and Marvin Worth.

I.O.U.S.A. (2008)

I.O.U.S.A. is a 2008 American documentary film directed by Patrick Creadon. The film focuses on the shape and impact of the United States national debt. The film features Robert Bixby, director of the Concord Coalition, and David Walker, the former U.S. Comptroller-General, as they travel around the United States on a tour to let communities know of the potential dangers of the national debt. The tour was carried out through the Concord Coalition, and was known as the "Fiscal Wake-Up Tour." The film competed in the Documentary Competition at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. It began its nationwide showing at the Holland Performing Arts Center in Omaha, Nebraska on 21 August 2008, with a live discussion among Warren Buffett, Pete Peterson, David Walker, William Niskanen, and Bill Novelli following the screening. The film was broadcast on CNN on January 10, 2009.

Try (2000)

'Try' is the true, inspirational story of three talented U.S. rugby players who sacrifice it all for the chance to represent their country in the world's third most watched sporting event-the Rugby World Cup. As amateurs pitted against the world's best professional squads, 'Try' takes you deep into the world of Rugby and their dream for a nation that seemingly doesn't even know their sport exists.

I'm Not Patrick (2015)

Seth's twin brother Patrick commits suicide, after which Seth has a difficult time asserting his individuality.

The Virus (2014)

A group of college kids and their professor unwittingly stumble upon a sealed, abandoned government research facility where a dangerous virus was developed.

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

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

The Mind Reader (1933)

The Mind Reader is a 1933 American pre-Code drama film directed by Roy Del Ruth and written by Robert Lord and Wilson Mizner. The film stars Warren William, Constance Cummings, Allen Jenkins, Natalie Moorhead, Mayo Methot and Clarence Muse. The film was released by Warner Bros. on April 1, 1933.

Bob the Builder: Adventures by the Sea (2012)

Join the team at the beach and home in five exciting episodes. When Bob fixes the light at the lighthouse, Scoop gets distracted by the sea and learns a lesson about listening. Next, Bob and friends build a beach cafe. Scratch learns how to be 'cool' from Brad Rad. Later, a fun day at the beach turns dangerous when Muck makes a mistake. Back at the yard, new garages for the machines bring them closer together as a team. The yard remodel is completed with a new machine wash. Scrambler learns what it means to be brave.

Barney: Egg-Cellent Adventures (2010)

Join Barney and the rest of his friends, including Baby Bop, as they celebrate Easter. They hide eggs and learn about ways that other countries celebrate the holiday. One very special guest is Mother Goose. While on their adventures, Barney and his friends also meet a rabbit and baby chicks.

Bobby Fischer Against The World (2011)

Bobby Fischer Against the World is a documentary feature film that explores the life of chess Grandmaster and 11th World Champion Bobby Fischer. It incorporates interviews with chess players Anthony Saidy, Larry Evans, Sam Sloan, Susan Polgar, Garry Kasparov, Asa Hoffmann, Friðrik Ólafsson, Lothar Schmid and others. It includes rare archive footage from the World Chess Championship 1972. Liz Garbus began her work on the film after Fischer's death in 2008 at the age of 64. She said of Fischer: "It's hard to imagine that in 1972, all eyes were on a chess match, but it does, in fact, seem to be the case. Bobby Fischer was this self-taught Brooklyn boy who took the New York chess scene and then the national chess scene by storm. And the Russians had been dominating the sport for decades. ... So for an American to have a real chance at beating that [Soviet] machine, this was big stuff. ... The symbolism of the match was enormous." The documentary has a 87% rating and an average rating of 7.1/10 on Rotten Tomatoes, with the consensus not yet reached. The film is dedicated to editor Karen Schmeer, who was killed in a hit-and-run accident while they were already a few months into the editing process.

Apart (2011)

Apart is a 2011 American drama film directed by Aaron Rottinghaus. Noah Greene and Emily Gates share the same psychological affliction: induced delusional disorder. They must uncover the mystery of a tragic past in order to find hope in the future. The director, Aaron Rottinghaus, noted in an interview at SXSW 2011 that the film is based on actual case studies of the condition of induced delusional disorder, or folie à deux.

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.

Bellflower (2011)

Bellflower is a 2011 American film written and directed by Evan Glodell. It was produced on a shoestring budget in Ventura, California, and premiered in January 2011 at the Sundance Film Festival. The film was nominated for the Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award for best feature film made for under $500,000.

Ace High (1968)

Ace High (Italian: I quattro dell'Ave Maria, literally translated as "The Four of the Hail Mary") is a 1968 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed and written by Giuseppe Colizzi and starring American actor Eli Wallach. The film is the second in a trilogy started with God Forgives... I Don't! and ended with Boot Hill.

Bondage (1933)

Bondage is a 1933 American drama film directed by Alfred Santell and written by Arthur Kober and Doris Malloy. The film stars Dorothy Jordan, Alexander Kirkland, Merle Tottenham, Nydia Westman, Jane Darwell and Edward Woods. The film was released on March 31, 1933, by Fox Film Corporation.

The Story of an African Farm (2004)

The 1870’s. South Africa. Life is normal at the farm on the slopes of a Karoo Kopje. Fat Tant Sannie (Karin van der Laag) looks after her charges, the sweet Em (Anneke Weidemann) and the independent Lyndall (Kasha Kropinski), with a strict Biblical hand – it was Em’s father’s dying wish. Gentle Otto (Armin Mueller-Stahl), the farm manager, runs the farm and cares for Waldo, his son. Waldo (Luke Gallant) is bright, and busy building a model of a sheep-shearing machine that he hopes will make them all rich. Things change when the sinister, eccentric Bonaparte Blenkins (Richard E. Grant) with bulbous nose and chimney pot hat arrives. Their childhood is disrupted by the bombastic Irishman who claims blood ties with Wellington and Queen Victoria and so gains uncanny influence over the girls’ gross stupid stepmother, Tant Sannie. As the story of Lyndall, Em and Waldo unfolds to its touching end, we learn not merely of a backwater in colonial history, but of the whole human condition.

Bad Medicine (1985)

Bad Medicine is a 1985 American comedy film starring Steve Guttenberg, Alan Arkin and Julie Hagerty. The film was written and directed by Harvey Miller, and was based on the novel Calling Dr. Horowitz, by Steven Horowitz, MD and Neil Offen. The film was criticized for its negative ethnic stereotypes. Although the film is set "Somewhere in Central America," it was filmed entirely in Spain. It was released by 20th Century Fox, and was one of three 1985 films to feature Hagerty in a starring role, the others being Lost in America and Goodbye, New York.

Sailor Moon S: The Movie - Hearts in Ice (1994)

Sailor Moon S: The Movie, known in Japan as Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon S The Movie and Sailor Moon S the Movie: Hearts in Ice in the Pioneer English adaptation, is a 1994 Japanese anime fantasy film directed by Hiroki Shibata and written by Sukehiro Tomita. It is the second film in the Sailor Moon series. The film is adapted from a side story of the original manga series created by Naoko Takeuchi, The Lover of Princess Kaguya. The film was released on December 4, 1994 in Japan as part of the Winter '94 Toei Anime Fair.

Big Pun: The Legacy (2009)

Big Pun: The Legacy is a biographical documentary of the life of rapper Big Pun.

The Savage Five (1974)

The Savage Five, also known as The Savage 5, is a 1974 Hong Kong martial arts film written and directed by Chang Cheh and starring David Chiang, Ti Lung, Chen Kuan-tai, Danny Lee and Wong Chung. The film's Chinese title literally means the "Five Tiger Generals".

Famous in 31 Days (2010)

John Gerard quits his job and travels across the country to become nationally recognized.

Carlos Castaneda: Enigma of a Sorcerer (2004)

The author develops a huge following while causing controversy with his writings and teachings.

Caught (2012)

A young family man risks everything to pursue forbidden desires.

Christmas Evil (1980)

A toy factory worker, mentally scarred as a child upon learning Santa Claus is not real, suffers a nervous breakdown after being belittled at work, and embarks on a Yuletide killing spree.

Cuba Crossing (1980)

Cuba Crossing, also known as Assignment: Kill Castro, is a 1980 action film directed by Chuck Workman and distributed by Troma Entertainment. The film features Stuart Whitman, Robert Vaughn, Woody Strode, Albert Salmi, and Michael Gazzo.

Bye Bye Monkey (1978)

Bye Bye Monkey (Italian: Ciao maschio, French: Rêve de singe) is a 1978 Italian-French film, directed by Marco Ferreri and starring Gérard Depardieu, Marcello Mastroianni, James Coco and Geraldine Fitzgerald. It is about a man who finds a baby chimpanzee in a giant King Kong prop and decides to raise it like a son. It was filmed in English and shot in Long Island, New York. As this was a French-Italian co-production, French and Italian dubbed versions were made for their respective countries' theatrical releases.

The Children of Theatre Street (1977)

The Children of Theatre Street is a 1977 American documentary film directed by Robert Dornhelm and Earle I. Mack. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Cocksucker Blues (1972)

Cocksucker Blues is an unreleased documentary film directed by the still photographer Robert Frank chronicling The Rolling Stones American Tour 1972 in support of their album Exile on Main St.

Carry On Loving (1970)

Carry On Loving is the twentieth in the series of Carry On films to be made, and was released in 1970. It features series regulars Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Hattie Jacques, Terry Scott and Bernard Bresslaw alongside newcomers Richard O'Callaghan (in his first Carry On) and Jacki Piper (in her second). Carry On Loving featured Imogen Hassall in her only Carry on role. Compared to earlier films in the series it features more open bawdiness rather than evasive innuendo. There are fictitious locations named for their sexual innuendo, including 'Much-Snogging-On-The-Green', 'Rogerham Mansions' and 'Dunham Road'.

Changes (1969)

Changes is a 1969 American drama film directed and produced by Hall Bartlett.

Dance With Me (1998)

Dance with Me is a 1998 drama film on love and dance directed by Randa Haines and starring Vanessa L. Williams and Puerto Rican singer Chayanne.

Deadly Dreams (1988)

A Code Red Release! From the director of the highly acclaimed Body Chemistry comes a frightening excursion into terror. Alex (Mitchell Anderson; Party of Five) is caught in a web of distrust between his brother (Xander Berkeley; Gattaca), his best friend (Thom Babbes, Naked Under Heaven), and a beautiful stranger (Juliette Cummins; Slumber Party Massacre 2), all while plagued by recurring nightmares of the slaughter of his family by a hunter wearing a fox mask. Now see this terrifying thriller from a brand new HD master.

The Evil Woods (2007)

Supernatural terror haunts stranded teenage campers in the wilderness.

crazylove (2005)

An institutionalized woman (Reiko Aylesworth) falls in love with a schizophrenic (Bruno Campos) after having a nervous breakdown.

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.

Carver (2008)

Carver is the second horror film directed by Franklin Guerrero Jr., after The 8th Plague. Made in 2008, it stars Matt Carmody, Neil Kubath, and Erik Fones. It was filmed on location in and around Woodbridge, Virginia.

Crocodile (2000)

Crocodile is a 2000 American horror film, directed by Tobe Hooper and released direct-to-video on 26 December 2000. It was followed by a sequel, Crocodile 2: Death Swamp, released in 2002.

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.

The Dungeon Of Harrow (1962)

Dungeon of Harrow is a 1964 American film directed by Pat Boyette. The film is also known as Dungeons of Horror and The Dungeon of Harrow.

Deceptions (1990)

Deceptions is a 1990 erotic drama film starring Nicollette Sheridan, Harry Hamlin and Robert Davi. It was directed by Ruben Preuss and written by Ken Denbow and Richard Taylor. The film received a nomination for a CableACE Award for "best international dramatic special or movie. AllRovi reviewer Linda Rasmussen called the film, "a remarkably predictable, non-erotic thriller with little to recommend it".

The Road to Armageddon: A Spiritual Documentary (2012)

The Road to Armageddon: A Spiritual Documentary examines the universal concept of the Apocalypse on an intensely personal and spiritual level, not as the end of the world but as the end of you: your body, your mind and, if you're not careful, your soul. The film puts the viewer on the front lines of the eternal battle between good and evil, combining academic interviews with firsthand accounts of divine revelation to bring fresh urgency to the teachings of the world's major religions. Buddhist, Jew, Muslim, Hindi or Christian, the message is the same: spread love, reject hate, walk in the light, avoid the dark, listen to the angels, ignore the demons. The simplest choices you'll ever make lead to the hardest path you'll ever walk...

Upside Down: The Creation Records Story (2010)

The definitive film about Creation Records, one of the world's most successful and colorful independent labels.

Meet The Mormons (2014)

Meet the Mormons is a 2014 American documentary film directed by Blair Treu and produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The film documents the lives of six devout Mormons living in the United States, Costa Rica, and Nepal. The LDS Church donated all net proceeds from the theatrical release of film to the American Red Cross.

Love on the Side (2004)

Love on the Side is a 2004 romance comedy film about a small town waitress who seeks the attention of a most eligible bachelor. The film stars Marla Sokoloff, Jennifer Tilly and Monika Schnarre, is written by Brigitte Talevski and directed by Vic Sarin.

King of Triads (2010)

As is tradition in the Hong Kong underworld, after the execution of a crime organization’s leader, a new boss is called. But after the new man in charge begins extorting the former crime head’s children for money to pay off debts, the family will stop at nothing to seek redemption and seize control of the triad.

The Redemption: Kickboxer 5 (1995)

Kickboxer 5: The Redemption is a 1995 direct-to-video American martial arts film starring Mark Dacascos and directed by Kristine Peterson. The film is the fifth entry in the Kickboxer series.

Kiss Me Quick! (1964)

Kiss Me Quick! is a 1964 American film directed by Peter Perry. The film was originally titled Dr Breedlove or Dr Breedlove or How I Stopped Worrying and Love to exploit the title of Stanley Kubrick's Dr Strangelove. It was retitled to exploit Billy Wilder's Kiss Me, Stupid.

Koshish (1972)

Koshish is a 1972 Hindi movie starring Sanjeev Kumar and Jaya Bhaduri, and directed by Gulzar.

Lone Wolf And Cub: Baby Cart To Hades (1972)

Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart to Hades , is the third in a series of six Japanese martial arts films based on the long-running Lone Wolf and Cub manga series about Ogami Ittō, a wandering assassin for hire who is accompanied by his young son, Daigoro.

The Master Touch (1972)

The Master Touch (Italian: Un uomo da rispettare) is a 1972 Italian / West German crime film directed by Michele Lupo starring Kirk Douglas and Florinda Bolkan. The film was released as A Man to Respect in the UK, the USA and the Philippines.

Milan (1967)

Milan is a 1967 Hindi film directed by Adurthi Subba Rao. It was a remake of his hit Telugu film Mooga Manasulu (1963) and was produced by L. V. Prasad. The film stars Sunil Dutt, Nutan, Jamuna, Pran and Deven Varma. The award-winning and very popular music was given by Laxmikant Pyarelal. It is among the earliest films to deal with the theme of reincarnation.

Lords of the Deep (1989)

Lords of the Deep is a 1989 science fiction/horror film about an underwater colony being attacked by alien life forms. Starring actors included Bradford Dillman and Priscilla Barnes. It was one of many underwater-themed movies released around 1989; similar films distributed during that time-frame included: The Abyss, Leviathan, DeepStar Six, The Evil Below, and The Rift (Endless Descent).

She Beast (1966)

The She Beast (Italian title: La Sorella di Satana; also known as Revenge of the Blood Beast) is a 1966 British-Italian horror film written and directed by Michael Reeves. The film stars Barbara Steele, John Karlsen and Ian Ogilvy. Although Ogilvy had already acted in a few television series in the early 1960s, this was his first full feature film debut. There is a restored widescreen version of the film on DVD released in 2009 by Dark Sky Films with an audio commentary by producer Maslansky and stars Ogilvy and Steele.

Long Shot: The Kevin Laue Story (2012)

Long Shot: The Kevin Laue Story is a 2013 documentary film directed by Franklin Martin with Dutchmen Films and Cinipix. A teenager, Kevin Laue, pursues his dream to become the first one-armed man to play NCAA Division I basketball. Martin documents the daily struggles of a young man coming to terms with his need for his deceased father’s approval while battling obstacles to fulfill his dream.

Maid for Each Other (1992)

Maid for Each Other is a 1992 television film starring Nell Carter and Dinah Manoff. It was written by Manoff, Robb Gilmer, Les Alexander, Don Enright and Andrew Smith, produced by Enright and Alexander, and directed by Paul Schneider.

The Nurse (1997)


Never on Tuesday (1989)

Never on Tuesday is a 1989 American comedy film written and directed by Adam Rifkin. The film was released on VHS Video rental by Paramount Home Entertainment in 1989 and was originally slated to be re-released in the United States on DVD format through City Light Entertainment before the company went out of business.

Now You Know (2010)

Snowboarding's brightest up and comers and veteran pros as they film over the 2009/2010 season, shot on location in Whistler, Vancouver, Alberta Rockies, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, California, New York, Japan and The DC Mountain Lab in Utah.

The Night Brings Charlie (1990)

The Night Brings Charlie is a 1990 American horror film directed by Tom Logan, and written by Bruce Carson.

Ministry Of Vengeance (1989)

A devoted and peaceful minister has put aside his violent past to preach the gospel. But when his family is killed by terrorists, Rev. Miller trades the cross for a crossbow and travels to Lebanon to punish the ruthless enemy. He is a one-man force against a small army, with only his faith and weaponery to protect him.

Modern Man (2006)

Modern Man is a 2006 experimental drama about one man’s isolation and search for meaning. The film was directed, edited and photographed by Justin Swibel.

Merci Docteur Rey (2002)

Merci Docteur Rey is a 2002 gay comedy film from Merchant Ivory, directed by Andrew Litvack, starring Dianne Wiest and Jane Birkin. Filmed in Paris.

Amanda (2010)

Amanda is a 2009 romantic comedy directed by Steve Marra. The movie stars Randy Ryan and Ariana Dubynin. The story takes place in Indianapolis, where movie was also shot.

Americathon (1979)

In 1998 the world’s oil supply is exhausted. The U.S. Treasury is empty and in deep debt to a billionaire businessman (Chief Dan George) who’ll foreclose on the nation in 30 days. The solution: a telethon to save Uncle Sam from bankruptcy. And with this way-out-there premise as a launching pad, Americathon explodes into comic outer space. Written by Firesign Theatre veterans Phil Proctor and Peter Bergman, this wickedly funny—and 30 years later, outrageously timely—escapade stars Harvey Korman as an ego-tripping emcee, Fred Willard as a scheming White House aide and John Ritter as a mellow fellow of a President. Has the country got a prayer when the people running the show haven’t got a clue? Tune in to this all-stops-out extravaganza of hilarity and—strange but true—foreboding.

Full Fathom Five (1990)

Full Fathom Five is a 1990 action film, written by Bart Davis and directed by Carl Franklin, starring Michael Moriarty, Maria Rangel, and Diego Bertie. It was shot in Peru.

Future-Kill (1985)

Future-Kill is a 1985 low-budget comedy science fiction-horror film about a group of frat boys who are hunted in a futuristic city by mutants. The film was directed by Ronald W. Moore, and stars Edwin Neal, Marilyn Burns, and Gabriel Folse. The poster for the film was designed by renowned artist H. R. Giger.

Faces of Death II (1981)

Faces of Death II is the first sequel to the 1978 mondo film Faces of Death. Like its predecessor, the film was written and directed by John Alan Schwartz (as "Alan Black" and "Conan Le Cilaire" respectively). Schwartz puts in another cameo appearance, this time as the wounded criminal in front of the drug store. Dr. Francis B. Gröss (portrayed by Michael Carr) again narrates the proceedings. This film focuses largely on stunt work gone wrong, as well as death in sports. Several scenes involve the attempt by Kenny Powers to jump a rocket-powered car over the Saint Lawrence River in Morrisburg, Ontario and land over one mile away in New York. Also featured nearly in its entirety is the 1980 boxing match between Johnny Owen and Lupe Pintor, with Owen being knocked out and later dying from the injuries sustained in the match.

Ebirah, Horror of the Deep (1966)

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Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II (1993)

Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II, released in the UK as Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla 1993 and released in Japan as Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla (ゴジラvsメカゴジラ Gojira tai Mekagojira), is a 1993 Japanese science fiction kaiju film directed by Takao Okawara. It is the 20th film in the Godzilla franchise and the fifth film in the Heisei series. Although it shares its Japanese title with 1974's Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla, the film is neither a remake nor a re-imagining of the 1974 film. Despite its North American title, the film is not a sequel to the 1974 film. The film was released in Japan on December 11, 1993 and released straight to pay-per-view satellite television in the United States in 1998 by Sony Pictures Television. The film was initially heavily promoted through advertising and a spinoff children's TV program as the last movie in the Heisei Godzilla series, as Toho producers wished to avoid competing with TriStar's then upcoming Godzilla reboot.

The Green Slime (1968)

After a perilous mission to a huge asteroid, a crew returns to its space station, unaware a bit of ooze from the asteroid clings to a crewman’s uniform. The green goop grows—into murderous, tentacled monsters. And as station members fight to live, gunk from the monsters’ wounds turns into more monsters! That’s the story. Now enjoy as our heroes fight to preserve Earth and, unintentionally, our own senses of humor with a movie that Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times called “one of the funniest made-in-Japan sci-fi monster movies ever.” Kinji Fukasaku, whose later work was championed by Quentin Tarantino, directs. The world would be a far more bleak and joyless place without marvels like The Green Slime.

Household Saints (1993)

Household Saints is a 1993 film starring Tracey Ullman, Vincent D'Onofrio, and Lili Taylor. It was based on the novel by Francine Prose and directed by Nancy Savoca. The film explores the lives of three generations of Italian-American women over the course of the latter-half of the 20th century. The film's executive producer is Jonathan Demme, a long-time friend of Savoca's, and her first real employer in the world of film.

Jack And The Beanstalk (1952)

Jack and the Beanstalk is a 1952 American family comedy film starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello. It is a comic revision of the classic Jack and the Beanstalk fairy tale.

Journey of a Female Comic (2014)

The ups and downs in the career of Hollywood actress and comedian Kiki Melendez.

Juncture (2008)

Juncture is a 2007 thriller film directed by James Seale and the first in a planned trilogy. The plot revolves around the character of Anna Carter (Kristine Blackport) an ordinary woman who turns into a vigilante.

The Glove (1979)

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The Hitch-Hiker (1953)

The Hitch-Hiker is a 1953 film noir, directed by Ida Lupino, about two fishing buddies who pick up a mysterious hitchhiker during a trip to Mexico. The movie was written by Robert L. Joseph, Lupino, and her husband Collier Young, based on a story by blacklisted Out of the Past screenwriter Daniel Mainwaring (who did not receive screen credit). The film is based on the true story of psychopathic murderer Billy Cook. It is regarded as the first American mainstream film noir directed by a woman. The director of photography was RKO Pictures regular Nicholas Musuraca. In 1998, The Hitch-Hiker was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant."

Halloween: 25 Years of Terror (2006)

This is a documentary about the Halloween series. There are interviews with some of the cast members including Jamie Lee Curtis as well as insight as to how the movie started. You will see the locations that were used in the movies and find out what has made the Halloween franchise so popular.

Hendrix (2000)

Hendrix is a 2000 biographical television film directed by Leon Ichaso about the life of Jimi Hendrix. It stars Wood Harris as Hendrix. It was nominated for a Primetime Emmy for editing in 2001.

Haunted Castle (2001)

Haunted Castle is a 2001 Belgian/American animated horror film in IMAX theaters. The film is rated PG and is computer-animated with 3D effects. Written by Kurt Frey and directed by co-writer Ben Stassen, the film plays out very much like many modern video games, and can be divided into two types of segments: those in which the audience is seeing through the eyes of the main character, and those in which a scene plays out where the main character is actually in the shot.

Five on the Black Hand Side (1973)

In this absorbing human drama about an Afro-American family, the new "black consciousness" stimulates a family rebellion against a tyrannical father.

La femme publique (1984)

The Public Woman (French: La femme publique) is a 1984 French drama film inspired by Dostoevsky's novel Demons and directed by Andrzej Żuławski, starring Valérie Kaprisky, Lambert Wilson and Francis Huster as the lead actors. The film had a total of 1,302,425 admissions in France where it was the 28th highest grossing film of the year.

The Fifth Patient (2007)

The Fifth Patient is a 2007 American thriller film written and directed by Amir Mann. The film stars Nick Chinlund as John Reilly, an American national who finds himself in an African hospital where, he learns, he has spent the last two years due to a head injury. He remembers nothing of his past and is accused of being a spy. The film also stars Marley Shelton as Helen, a woman Reilly believes might be his wife. The film was shot in the United States and Mexico. It was released on June 10, 2007 in the United States and October 23, 2008 in Israel.

Flying Virus (2001)

Flying Virus (also known as Killer Buzz) is a 2001 American-Brazilian horror film written and directed by Jeff Hare, which starred Gabrielle Anwar and Rutger Hauer. Anwar plays a journalist who uncovers a government conspiracy to release virus-carrying killer bees.

Gunfight At La Mesa (2010)

When Tate Noble returns to his childhood hometown, his presence stirs up commotion with the local authorities. Looking to right the wrong of his parents' deaths many moons ago, Tate and the sheriff enlist help from an unlikely source in an attempt to see justice served. Now, Tate will stop at nothing to avenge the murder of his mother and father.

Gone Nutty (2002)

Gone Nutty is an animated short film, directed by Carlos Saldanha for Blue Sky Studios. The short features the character Scrat from Ice Age, who is yet again having troubles with collecting his beloved acorns. It was released on November 26, 2002, on the Ice Age DVD and VHS.

Golden Gate (1993)

A brash 22-year-old FBI agent trumps up charges of Communist spying against a Chinese laundryman. Ten years later, he wants to make amends to the man and his teenage daughter.

Giorgino (1994)

Giorgino is a 1994 French film directed by Laurent Boutonnat.

Seventy-8 (2004)

It is present day in Arkham Heights, a seemingly desolate town that has decayed much since the eighties. Renny Meeks (MERK HARBOUR) is a lonely, mentally challenged man with an IQ of 78, who sacks groceries at a small store. He's a simple man, recently released from an institution for a crime he was accused of that rocked the town ten years ago. The crime was caught on camera and became such a debate that it sent the entire town of Arkham Heights into its now desperate state. As Renny re-integrates himself into the Arkham Heights society, a series of murders on film strangely begin to occur again. Scared, with nowhere and no one to turn to, he finds shelter in Alice (SUSANA GIBB), the check out girl at the grocery store. Alice sees a lot of herself in Renny. She feels compassion for him and tries to help him as she begins to suspect her ex-boyfriend, the ruff and tumble Edward (DAMEON CLARKE), of be responsible for framing Renny with these new series of crimes.

Tarzan and the Trappers (1958)

Tarzan and the Trappers (1958) is an action adventure film featuring Edgar Rice Burroughs' famous jungle hero Tarzan and starring Gordon Scott, Eve Brent, Rickie Sorensen and Lesley Bradley. The movie was filmed as three pilot episodes for a television series which were edited into a feature film when the project was abandoned, and so was released in black and white rather than color, like other contemporary Tarzan films. The film did finally appear on television, but only in 1966. It was shot in Chatsworth, California.

Branded (2006)

A mysterious murderer has ties to a rock 'n' roll band.

Branded Men (1931)

Branded Men is a 1931 American Pre-Code sound western-comedy film directed by Phil Rosen and starring Ken Maynard. It was produced and distributed by Tiffany Pictures.

Ozzy Osbourne: Memoirs of a Madman (2014)

Memoirs Of A Madman (DVD) is a definitive visual two-disc DVD set which includes classic music videos, along with unreleased and out-of-print live performances, plus interviews from his solo career.

Thank God It's Friday (2013)

"Some have the idea that religious settlers are aggressive and dangerous and don't smile", says Tehiya Diteshiam. "But we're human, OK? Normal." Tehiya lives in the West Bank settlement of Halamish. With its well-swept roads, shaded parking spaces and neat rows of whitewashed houses, it's a direct contrast to the impoverished dry Palestinian village just across the valley. "We want our land back but they don't want to give it to us", explains one very young Palestinian boy to his mother. "Until they give it back, we will keep throwing rocks." Such is the military presence in this region, opportunities for rock-throwing are plentiful. Minor acts of aggression against the nearby settlement are viewed more as a wholesome pastime than ill-advised trouble-making. Young pre-teen brothers gaily speed past their mother to the front-line to roll burning tyres down the hillside into Israeli troops. As the Friday violence reaches its climax the Palestinian protesters try to reach the settlement and the army fights them back. Inside the settlement teenagers watch the ritual playing out; "You can see, they're trying to tell us something but we don't pay attention". But their initial confidence falters as the Palestinian determination and the violence escalates; "They should come and talk to us...We don't want to live like this every Friday. And I hope they don't " In uniquely reflexive sequences, both communities are given the opportunity to watch the troubling footage of the Friday battles. The Palestinian community is there to watch, offering loud applause. But only a handful of the settlers bother to attend their own screening. Their reaction is scornful, describing the film as overly negative; "There is no hope here if you look at this film", says Tahiya. But the documentary has troubled her and it's written across her face. With the status quo there can certainly be no hope.

The Angry Brigade: The Spectacular Rise and Fall of Britain's First Urban Guerilla Group (1973)

This documentary, produced by Gordon Carr for the BBC (and first shown in January 1973, shortly after the trial), covers the roots of the Angry Brigade in the revolutionary ferment of the 1960s, and follows their campaign and the police investigation to its culmination in the 'Stoke Newington 8' conspiracy trial at the Old Bailey-the longest criminal trial in British legal history. Produced after extensive research-among both the libertarian opposition and the police-it remains the essential study of Britain's first urban guerilla group. Between 1970 and 1972 the Angry Brigade used guns and bombs in a series of symbolic attacks against property. A series of communiqus accompanied the actions, explaining the choice of targets and the Angry Brigade philosophy: autonomous organization and attacks on property alongside other forms of militant working class action. Targets included the embassies of repressive regimes, police stations and army barracks, boutiques and factorie

All Hallows' Eve (2007)

Friends tell each other terrifying tales on Halloween.

J.K. Rowling: A Year in the Life (2007)

This film follows J.K. Rowling from October 2006 - October 2007; the year in which she completed the final novel in the Harry Potter series: 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.'

Mama Heidi (2004)

In 1994, Heidi and Rolland Baker arrive in Mozambique amidst the hard times following the Mozambique Civil War. Even the Red Cross trucks were not safe and were bombed. Before coming to Mozambique, Heidi and Rolland worked as missionaries in Indonesia and China. After hearing about the conditions in Mozambique, they decided to go there and work with the poorest of the poor. They make a difference by adopting a dilapidated orphanage. The children had all kinds of diseases and sometimes even ate rats to survive. Heidi and Rolland began caring for the children, educating and feeding them. During the hard times, sometimes even threatened by death, Heidi and Rolland experienced amazing miracles of healing for the blind, crippled and those afflicted with AIDS. Currently, Heidi and Rolland provide three residential orphanages and schools, caring for 700 children. Hundreds more are cared for by many of their thousands of pastors. The Bakers serve the most forgotten, including street children, prostitutes, the imprisoned and those surviving off a huge city dump. This documentary shows how Heidi and Rolland are a powerful inspiration for many in Mozambique, Africa and around the world.