Cannabis Evolution (2019)

Science has confirmed marijuana has the potential to treat physical and mental conditions, from cancer to PTSD. But the war on drugs has stifled millions in need of help - time to dispel the lies and address the facts.

Le Corbeau (1943)

A mysterious writer of poison-pen letters, known only as Le Corbeau (the Raven), plagues a French provincial town, unwittingly exposing the collective suspicion and rancor seething beneath the community’s calm surface. Made during the Nazi Occupation of France, Henri-Georges Clouzot’s Le Corbeau was attacked by the right-wing Vichy regime, the left-wing Resistance press, the Catholic Church, and was banned after the Liberation. But some—including Jean Cocteau and Jean-Paul Sartre—recognized the powerful subtext to Clouzot’s anti-informant, anti-Gestapo fable, and worked to rehabilitate Clouzot’s directorial reputation after the war. Le Corbeau brilliantly captures a spirit of paranoid pettiness and self-loathing turning an occupied French town into a twentieth-century Salem.

About Time (2013)

Gone (2011)

Deck the Halls (1994)

Express Kidnapping (2018)

Sakhavinte Priyasakhi (2018)

Sakhavinte Priyasakhi is a 2018 Indian Malayalam-language political thriller film written and directed by Sidheeque Thamarasseri. Starring Sudheer Karamana, Neha Saxena, Amit Jolly, Salim Kumar, Kalabhavan Shajohn, and Shine Tom Chacko. The film was released in India on 5 January 2018.

Julius Caesar (1984)

Basement (2009)

The Grounded (2013)

Celluloid (2014)

The Velveteen Rabbit (1985)

True North (1992)

L'étoile du jour (2012)

Til Death (2012)

Jack Reed: One of Our Own (1995)

Countryman (1982)

Countryman (1982) is an independent action/adventure film directed by Dickie Jobson. It tells the story of a Jamaican fisherman whose solitude is shattered when he rescues two Americans from the wreckage of a plane crash. The fisherman, called Countryman, is hurled into a political plot by the dangerous Colonel Sinclair. Countryman uses his knowledge of the terrain and his innate combat skills to survive. The film was shot in Jamaica and featured a reggae soundtrack performed by Lee "Scratch" Perry and Bob Marley & the Wailers. It was produced by Island Records founder Chris Blackwell and has become a cult classic.[citation needed]

Chu Chu and the Philly Flash (1981)

Chu Chu and the Philly Flash is a 1981 comedy film starring Alan Arkin, Carol Burnett, Jack Warden, Ruth Buzzi, Adam Arkin and Danny Aiello. It was released in 1981 by 20th Century Fox. Arkin plays a down-on-his-luck former baseball player and Burnett plays a Carmen Miranda-style performer. The film had received negative reviews from critics and was a box office bomb. Many of the scenes, particularly the exterior scenes of Chu Chu's home, were filmed in San Francisco's Potrero Hill district.

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.

Carry On Behind (1975)

Carry On Behind is the 27th in the series of Carry On films to be made, and was released in 1975. It was the first not to be scripted by Talbot Rothwell since Carry On Cruising 13 years previously. Also missing was series stalwart Sid James. James was busy touring in a play whilst Rothwell's health prevented him from writing. The regular actors present are Kenneth Williams, Kenneth Connor, Jack Douglas, Joan Sims and Peter Butterworth. Carry On Behind was the final picture in the series for Bernard Bresslaw (in his 14th appearance) and Patsy Rowlands (in her ninth appearance). This was Elke Sommer's only appearance in a Carry On and the first of two entries in the series for Windsor Davies.

The Centerfold Girls (1974)

The Centerfold Girls (1974) is a thriller directed by John Peyser and distributed by Troma Entertainment. The film is about a sadistic serial killer (Andrew Prine) who targets the centerfolds of popular men's magazines.

Count Dracula (1970)

Count Dracula (German: Nachts, wenn Dracula erwacht, lit. "At Night, When Dracula Awakes"), released in Italy as Il conte Dracula, in Spain as El Conde Drácula and in France as Les Nuits de Dracula, is a 1969 Spanish-Italian-German-British horror film (released in 1970), directed by Jesús Franco and starring Christopher Lee, Herbert Lom and Klaus Kinski. It was based on the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker. Although Count Dracula stars Christopher Lee in the title role, it is not a Hammer production like his other Dracula films, being produced instead by Harry Alan Towers. Klaus Kinski, who would play Dracula himself nine years later in Nosferatu the Vampyre, is also featured in the film as Renfield. Count Dracula was advertised as the most faithful adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel. Among other details, it was the first film version of the novel in which Dracula begins as an old man and becomes younger as he feeds upon fresh blood.

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'.

Carry On Up The Jungle (1970)

The Carry On team find themselves under the instruction of Professor Inigo Tinkle on a jungle trek in search of the rare Oozulum bird. Nothing goes according to plan - they are first attacked by gorillas, then captured by a man-eating tribe, only to be rescued by an Amazonian tribe made up entirely of women.

The Chairman (1969)

The Chairman (or alternatively The Most Dangerous Man in the World) is a 1969 spy film starring Gregory Peck. It was directed by J. Lee Thompson. The screenplay was by Ben Maddow, based on a novel by Jay Richard Kennedy.

Daughter of the Tong (1939)

Daughter of the Tong is a 1939 crime film about a detective that goes against a female leader of an Oriental crime ring.

Horror on Snape Island (1972)

A group of experienced archeologists are searching for an old and mystic Phoenician treasure when they are surprised by a series of mysterious murders...

The Fourth Partition (2013)

The political and economical reasons for the mass Polish migrations at the turn of the 20th century.

An Alligator Named Daisy (1955)

An Alligator Named Daisy is a 1955 British comedy film directed by J. Lee Thompson and starring Donald Sinden, Jeannie Carson, James Robertson Justice, Diana Dors, Roland Culver and Stanley Holloway.

Hard Choices (1985)

Hard Choices is a 1985 American crime film starring Margaret Klenck, John Sayles, John Seitz, J. T. Walsh, John Snyder, Martin Donovan, and Spalding Gray. It was directed and written by Rick King, with story written by Robert Mickelson. The film received a positive reception from Roger Ebert, Allmovie, and VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever. The Village Voice called it a sleeper hit.

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.

Peninsula (2014)

Peninsula is a documentary about surfing in Italy, its history and its present state. It portrays italian surfing though the exploration of much of the italian coastline and describes the passion and dedication of the people that made and are still making what is the italian surf scene nowadays. It is entirely shot in 35mm, 16mm and super8 film and contains exclusive and unseen archival footage provided by some of the italian surfing pioneers. In the words of director and producer Luca Merli: ?Peninsula is the tale of a journey, that started more than two years ago, to discover and describe where surfing in Italy came from and what it?s like now?. Behind the movie is creative couple Luca Merli and Matteo Ferrari, authors of Onde Nostre (Official Selection of ISFFA 2011, Honolulu Museum of Art 2012, San Diego Surf Film Festival 2012 and many more), with precious contributions by Giovanni ?Sbrokked? Barberis (camera & editing), Gabriele Minelli (music consultant) Luca Barcellona (lettering & graphics), Fabio Colombo (coloring), Pino Castellet (sound design) and Jack Jaselli, Erlend Oye and many other artists for the soundtrack

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.

Pennsylvania Train Stations: Restored And Revitalized (2007)

In the early 1900s, travelers could go anywhere by train. America's train stations provided a doorway to the world, becoming the heart of each community. They were part of everyday life serving as a backdrop for many mileposts in our country's history. Fr

AC/DC: Dirty Deeds (2012)

Formed in Australia in 1973, AC/DC are considered pioneers of heavy metal. Using archive footage and music footage, this documentary chronicles the life of one of the all time greatest rock bands.

Paranormal Haunting: The Curse of the Blue Moon Inn (2011)

Once a century the moon appears to turn blue in the high peaks, drawing three people, who are unprepared for the evils that will befall them, to witness the rare phenomenon.

Carmen (1918)

Carmen is a 1918 German silent drama film directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Pola Negri, Harry Liedtke and Leopold von Ledebur. It was based on the novella Carmen by Prosper Mérimée. Like Bizet's opera Carmen, this film only adapts the third part of Mérimée's novella and transforms the character of Don José at the beginning of the story from bandit on the run to honest man in love with his childhood sweetheart. The film was released with English intertitles in the United States in 1921 under the alternative title Gypsy Blood.

Heroes Behind The Badge: Sacrifice & Survival (2013)

Heroes Behind The Badge - Sacrifice & Survival is a heart-wrenching true-life crime saga about the men and women of law enforcement and their selfless acts of courage under fire.

Battle of Blood Island (1960)

Battle of Blood Island is a 1960 American World War II war film filmed in Puerto Rico. It was directed by Joel Rapp and based on the 1958 short story Expect the Vandals by Philip Roth.Filmgroup released the film as a double feature with Ski Troop Attack. Roger Corman appears at the end of the movie as an American soldier.

Power to the People (2013)

Power to the People explores how innovation and new technologies are providing answers to the questions of how we might meet our world's growing energy needs.

The Dambusters Raid (2001)

On May 17th. 1943 the Royal Air Force carried out one of the most remarkable raids ever undertaken by any aircrew. On that night a squadron of Lancaster heavy bombers flew at low level across a blacked out Europe, towards the four great dams that delivered water and power to the German industrial heartland of the Ruhr. The aircrews had been trained for months to carry out this most daring and courageous of raids. Against a storm of anti-aircraft fire, they calmly flew their bombers in across the reservoirs, holding a specific height and speed, to deliver their strange cylindrical bouncing bombs, to explode against the face of the dams, and blow great holes in them. The factories of the Ruhr were crippled. 1300 German civilians died, and 53 aircrew were lost. For the very first time this programme explores both sides of a raid that has become an epic in the history of World War 2. 52 minutes - NTSC

King Kelly (2012)

King Kelly is a 2012 independent film that follows a young woman (the eponymous "Kelly", played by Louisa Krause) who is obsessed with gaining celebrity through her webcam stripteases, and her best friend Jordan (Libby Woodbridge) as they try to reclaim her car after it is stolen by her ex-boyfriend on the 4th of July. The film was directed by Andrew Neel and filmed almost entirely on cellphone cameras. King Kelly was shown at several 2012 film festivals, including South by Southwest, the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, and the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival where Louisa Krause was awarded "Best Actress".

Love and Demons (2014)

Two demons offer sex, drugs and chaos to a struggling couple.

The Great Sioux Massacre (1965)

The Great Sioux Massacre is a 1965 Revisionist Western film directed by Sidney Salkow in CinemaScope using extensive action sequences from Salkow's 1954 Sitting Bull. In a greatly fictionalised form, it depicts events leading up to the Battle of the Little Bighorn and Custer's Last Stand. It stars Joseph Cotten, Philip Carey and Darren McGavin.

The Manhattan Dating Project (2001)

The "Manhattan Dating Project" is an Award winning film about getting digits and finding love in Manhattan. Manhattan Dating Project premiered in Cannes and became an instant hit in New York City, London and Israel. Dating in New York, not easy and not for everyone. How do you get digits and what can you do in order to get lucky in New York City? Does the "numbers game" work to get hot girls? The real "sex in the city" get´s advice from the young and sexy. How do you get into the happening club in town? What to never say to the hottie #the bar? Critics call the "Manhattan Dating Project" the ultimate source on getting down with the other sex. "The Manhattan Dating Project" also shows you, what really happens in a Limo and "How I met your mother"?

Faultless: The American Orphan (2012)

Faultless: The American Orphan was created to inspire and equip Christ's followers to more deeply love and care for hurting children in America. Faultless introduces people to Christian orphan care in America by providing an overview of the challenges facing children in foster care and an introduction on how the Bible instructs us to act in light of those challenges.

Our Time Is Now: Two Years in the Life of Story of the Year (2008)

In January of 2005, after nearly two years of touring, Story of the Year headed back in to the studio to write and record their second full-length album. By that summer, they had completed what proved to be a more focused, mature record, representing a new level of musicianship and songwriting for the band. They called it In The Wake Of Determination. Immediately after finishing, they began touring in support of the record, which was released in October of 2005. Touring for In The Wake Of Determination brought Story of the Year to new fans, new places, and some of the biggest, most intense crowds to date. As always, cameras rolled and captured the experiences along the way. Our Time Is Now is the story of those two years. It's a two-part feature including a never-before-seen look into the band's writing and recording process, and a home video style documentary of life on the road.

Demon Slaughter (2004)

Demon Slaughter

Opapatika (2007)

Opapatika is a 2007 Thai fantasy-action film. It is directed by Thanakorn Pongsuwan and stars Pongpat Wachirabanjong, Leo Putt, Somchai Kemklad, Chakrit Yaemnam, Ray MacDonald, Athip Nana, Nirut Sirijanya and Khemupsorn Sirisukha

Magic Magic (2013)

Magic Magic is a 2013 American-Chilean psychological thriller film written and directed by Sebastián Silva and starring Juno Temple, Emily Browning, Michael Cera, and Catalina Sandino Moreno. The film premiered on January 22, 2013 at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. It was also played at the Directors' Fortnight at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.

Wallenda (2013)

High-wire walker Karl Wallenda (Marlon Wrede) gets his first circus job in 1920s Germany.

Evidence of a Haunting (2010)

Ghost hunters shooting a reality show fight for their lives in tunnels beneath an old Texas college.

Fan of the Dead (2007)

A woman who is a virgin inherits a castle. Thinking that it's simply a large new home, she makes the trek to inhabit the building. When she arrives, she sees that there is a strange man and a group of women who could be vampires.

Hit Man File (2005)

Equal parts violent and sensual, HIT MAN FILE is a flashy new Asian action film with a distinctive Thai identity.

A Legacy More Precious Than Gold: Contributions of the Mormon Battalion (1998)

Take a visual journey with the 500 volunteers who enlist in the Mormon Battalion. Share their triumphs, disappointments and accomplishments as they march 2000 miles from Iowa to California.

Home Made 2: The Footage (2009)

More sick and twisted gore and horror from cult Director, Jason Impey. One victim after another suffers at the hands of flesh-eating deranged individuals who have nothing on their mind but revenge, torture, rape and everything else the dark mind of man can imagine. Home Made 2 follows on from the first one, but this time the footage from the notorious Jack Hess has been discovered, and for the first time ever uncut you are about to see the infamous snuff films he created over the past few years to make the ultimate sicko movie! May his victims rest in peace... A B-Movie Cult Horror Classic film from Director, Jason Impey. Sick, perverted and filmed on the lowest budget possible, these films have rapidly taken on a cult classic status all of their own. RATED X WARNING: This film contains images of nudity and violence

The Watershed (2004)

Faced with extraordinary trauma of losing both parents to alcoholism and divorce, seven siblings form a unique family structure. The Watershed is a moving documentary of survival and forgiveness that shows how tragedy can have transforming effects on individual identity.

My Forbidden Past (1951)

My Forbidden Past is a 1951 film directed by Robert Stevenson. It stars Robert Mitchum and Ava Gardner. Adapted from Polan Banks novel Carriage Entrance by Leopold Atlas.

Radio City Christmas Spectacular (2007)

Santa Flies to New York. Jump right into Santa's sleigh as it zooms over the frozen North, past international borders, and right to the doors of Radio City Music Hall.

Music For Millions (1944)

The women of a touring symphonic orchestra are a tightly knit group, and they’re not about to let the secret they hold slip through the knitting. They’ll wait until fragile, pregnant bassist Barbara Ainsworth (June Allyson) has her baby before letting her know about a War Dept. telegram that says her husband is missing in action in the WWII Pacific. But Barbara begins to notice differences in the way the women are acting around her. The all-star Music for Millions is part weepie, part comedy, part morale booster and, all-in-all, a stirring showcase of works by Chopin, Debussy, Grieg and others. José Iturbi adds his gifted screen presence and talents as the orchestra’s conductor. Jimmy Durante provides warmth and comedy relief that includes his nightclub favorite “Umbriago.” And Margaret O’Brien’s endearing performance as “Mike” capped a year that resulted in a special Academy Award® for Outstanding Child Actress of 1944.

Horrors of War (2006)

Horrors of War is a 2006 American horror film directed by Peter John Ross and John Whitney.

The Nesting (1981)

Agoraphobic mystery novelist Lauren Cochran decides to leave the city in an attempt to cure her recent writer's block. She rents an old Victorian house in the quiet countryside, unaware of its shocking history. As those around her suffer increasingly violent deaths, Lauren begins to unravel the truth: the house was once an infamous brothel now haunted by the victims of a bloody massacre. Will her terrifying phobia allow her to escape from THE NESTING? Also known as MASSACRE MANSION and PHOBIA, this eerie house of horrors was co-written, produced, and directed by notorious adult filmmaker Armand Weston, and stars Robin Groves (STEPHEN KING'S SILVER BULLET), John Carradine (SHOCK WAVES, THE HOWLING), and Academy Award winner Gloria Grahame (THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, OKLAHOMA!) in her final film role. Long unavailable on home video, THE NESTING has been newly transferred in blood-curdling High Definition from the original camera negative!

The Dungeon of Dr. Dreck (2008)

It's the 1960's. Local programming thrives as TV stations create shows for their viewing public. Suddenly the ""horror host"" becomes a nationwide presence on the airwaves as old horror and sci-fi movies are released to television. Dr. Dreck and Moaner go on the air in the small town of Fibbia, Mass. They incur the wrath of the station's grand dame, Louise Morgan, when the popularity of their show pushes her show off the air. So Louise gets nasty. But Dr. Dreck and Moaner can get nastier. Because they are what they really seem to be; a mad scientist and a zombie!

Last Hijack (2014)

This documentary explores how one Somali pirate named Mohamed came to live such a brutal and dangerous existence.

The Heart of No Place (2009)

The Heart of No Place is a 2009 independent film written and directed by Rika Ohara, based on reinterpretation of Yoko Ono's life and work. Shot entirely on Digital 8 on location in Los Angeles, Berlin, Tokyo, Liverpool and Ho Chi Minh City, and with participation of many Los Angeles- and German artists and musicians, the film won the Best Film (International) award at the London Independent Film Festival 2010. The film's soundtrack was composed by John Payne and features songs by Yoko Ono, Dieter Moebius, The Dark Bob and Anna Homler.

The Last Rites Of Joe May (2011)

The Last Rites of Joe May is a 2011 American drama film written and directed by Joe Maggio. The film stars Dennis Farina, Jamie Anne Allman, Ian Barford, Meredith Droeger, Chelcie Ross and Gary Cole. The film was released on November 4, 2011, by Tribeca Film.

The Big Picture (2010)

A history of aviation originally produced in 1961 by the Army Pictorial Center as part of The Big Picture series. Introduced by Master Sergeant Stewart Queen this film covers early pioneers to the various types of military aircraft used in modern warfare. NTSC - 82 minutes - Black & White - 1961

Father Steps Out (1941)

Father Steps Out is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Jean Yarbrough and starring Frank Albertson, Jed Prouty, Lorna Gray and Frank Faylen. It is a remake of the 1934 film City Limits.

Guantanamero (2007)

A former detainee (Rupert Evans) at Guantanamo Bay has disturbing visions while staying at a dancer's (Natalia Verbeke) home.

Tracy Morgan: Black and Blue (2010)

A stand-up comedy special performed by actor-comedian Tracy Morgan. The special was taped at the famed Apollo Theater in New York. It's a wild show that features Morgan's unique way of looking at the world. We get his take on politics, including meeting President Obama. Other subjects covered are celebrities, sex, and super heroes.

Here Comedy Presents Kate Clinton (2005)

Legendary comedienne Kate Clinton offers her riotous take on feminism, lesbianism, and life in this one-woman, stand-up performance. Clinton takes on the burning issues of the day - popes, politics, marriage, sex, pop culture. You'll laugh 'til you think!

Return to the Wild: The Chris McCandless Story (2014)

A journey in the footsteps of the enigmatic young American named Chris McCandless, who vanished and ultimately perished in the Alaskan wilderness. New interviews and never before released letters probe the mystery behind the best-selling book and movie "Into the Wild."

Maximum Force (1992)

A Los Angeles police captain sends two men (Sam Jones, Jason Lively) and a woman (Sherrie Rose) to fight crime and corruption from within.

Duck, Duck, Goose! (2005)

Duck, Duck, GOOSE! is a 20-minute comedy film short written, directed and edited by D. C. Douglas. It was first released in Los Angeles, California on 15 January 2005 and on DVD on 15 March 2010.

Ninja Thunderbolt (1984)

The Ninja Empire has been run by an evil master and one member decides to leave the empire. The ex-Ninja wants a Hong Kong detective to track down the new leader and end his reign of terror.

Sons Of Cuba (2009)

Sons of Cuba is a 2009 documentary film set in the Havana Boxing Academy, a school at the heart of Cuba's Olympic success in the ring. It follows the stories of three young hopefuls through eight months of training and schooling as they prepare for Cuba's National Boxing Championship for Under-12's. Sons of Cuba was directed by Andrew Lang and is distributed by Cinetic Rights Management for the US and Canada and Ro*co Films for the rest of the world.

Dangerous Exile (1957)

Set in 1795, this story is based around Britain’s war with Republican France. Over the Welsh town of Tenby floats a French balloon which a group of soldiers are sent to investigate. It leads them to a young boy who is sobbing in a graveyard. He is taken home by a beautiful American woman, Virginia, where it is soon discovered that the boy is the son of the executed Louis XVI and thus the King of France. Whilst Virginia resolves to keep the boy in Britain for his safety, the French are eager to restore him to his rightful throne and undertake a series of highly dangerous operations to fulfil their aims.

Gun Training with the Non-Aggression Principle, Vol 1 (2012)

A groundbreaking approach to firearms and self-defense training. Vol 1: Basic Handgun and Rifle with Jared Waltz. Beautifully filmed and easy to understand instructions.

Race Against Time (2000)

A father sells his body to an organ-harvesting company to pay for his deathly ill son's hospitalization.

One-Third (2006)

Within the cloister of a Lower East Side tenement apartment, Chris, a young Buddhist monk, lives an intentionally solitary and ascetic life. By day, Chris makes a meager living sketching charcoal portraits for tourists.

The Unknown (1936)

The Unknown is a 1936 German drama film directed by Frank Wisbar and starring Sybille Schmitz, Jean Galland and Ilse Abel.

Midsummer (2003)

Midsommer (2003) is a Danish film directed by Carsten Myllerup. It was remade in 2008 as Solstice.

Visions of Horror (2007)

Prepare yourself for seven of the most horrifying short films. Too sick and too disturbing for the faint of heart, Visions of Horror consists of the critically acclaimed gore masterpieces My Skin!, Slumber, What Ever Happened to the Zombie Killers, Callous Sentiment, Trick or Treat, Hooligan's Valley, and Scream for Me./nVisions of Horror is a must for any true gore guru. You may never see anything like this again!/n/nHosted by Hellacious scream queen Tiffany Shepis of Abominate, Ted Bundy, Nightmare Man).

No Place Like Home (2008)

Twelve years after his parent's mysterious death, David returns to his old home and the past to rest. He slowly loses the trust of everyone in town, including his new wife, when the bloody murders resume and evidence implicates him.

The House Behind the Wall (2014)

Trailer available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZY3q8FSiuw Almost 150 years ago, a terrible evil occurred in an officer?s house in an historic military fort. Fast forward to current day, and five best friends have just moved into the same house for their senior year in college, unaware of the dark history and lingering evil that surround them. Based on the legend of the Woman in White, one of the most famous ghosts ever documented, The House Behind the Wall is the thrilling tale of dark forces affecting both the living and the dead. What begins as the best time of five friends? lives soon leads to infidelity, accusations, and betrayals. But just how far will people devolve when overcome by pure evil? Can they survive the supernatural presence inside the house, and each other? Or will they completely lose their souls, and their lives, to the ancient evil spirit?

The Unknown (1946)

The Unknown was the last of three Columbia programmers based on the legendary radio series I Love a Mystery. Carried over from the radio version are Jim Bannon and Barton Yarborough as Jack Packard and Doc Long, adventurers for hire. The plot concerns the efforts of amnesiac Nina Arnold (Miss Jeff Donnell) to claim her rightful share of her domineering grandmother's legacy. Someone is trying to murder Nina, and that someone may very well be her emotionally unstable mother Rachel Martin (Karen Morley). But with Jack and Doc on the case, Nina has nothing to worry about-or does she?

Two Weeks in Another Town (1962)

In 1952, star Kirk Douglas, director Vincente Minnelli, producer John Houseman and screenwriter Charles Schnee teamed for what many consider the greatest drama ever made about Hollywood: The Bad and the Beautiful. Ten years later, they took another powerful insider’s look at the movie business, this time adapting a book by Irwin Shaw. Douglas portrays has-been screen idol Jack Andrus. Just out of a sanitarium, Jack grabs at a small role in a movie shot in Rome by a director (Edward G. Robinson) whose career is also on the skids. When the director falls ill, Jack takes over, realizing this is his last shot at personal and professional redemption. Trenchant, confrontational, intensified by Minnelli’s genius for color, Two Weeks in Another Town captures the passion of creative people facing the abyss.

The Transition Period (2009)

As Chinese Communist Party secretary, Guo Yongchang was the most powerful man in his county, located in the rural inland province of Henan. Guo invited acclaimed documentary filmmaker Zhou Hao to record his final months in office. Through Zhou's lens, we see Guo work tirelessly to achieve his greatest desire: for Henan to match the affluence of booming coastal areas. Zhou also captures the sordid details of local-level politics in pursuit of growth: lavish parties with foreign investors, threats to local workers protesting unpaid wages, and offers of bribes and kickbacks. Hailed by international press as an exceptional work of investigative filmmaking, The Transition Period captures the daily life of a Chinese official with incredible ground-level detail. With boastfully candid interviews from Guo and fly-on-the-wall coverage of closed-door dealings, Zhou lays bare the unsavory dynamics within China's top-down power structures. Penetrating in scope yet objective in its approach, The Transition Period reveals the conflicting forces shaping China's path to prosperity.

I Heart Doomsday (2011)

An inventor creates an android that looks like his amnesiac wife, causing a love triangle of apocalyptic proportions.

Exposure: Vol. 2 (2014)

Exposure Vol 1 follows 7 professional rock climbers as they seek out and attempt to climb some of the worlds most challenging boulders, mountains, and traditional routes from the windy peaks of Patagonia to the harsh desert of Utah.

Jeff McBride: A Magickal Life (2006)

Jeff McBride is a magician, a master of the arts of deception, and a follower of a spiritual path based on a form of magic. As a teenager, he was already appearing on national TV and has since become world renowned among lovers of magic and illusion. He is equally adept at gracing a stage in Las Vegas or Paris, performing a card trick under your nose, and teaching a master class to already accomplished conjurers. He says that real magic is a path to sacred reality.

What's in a Name? (2012)

What's in a Name? (original title: Le Prénom, literally "The Given Name") is a French-Belgian comedy film, written and directed by Alexandre de La Patellière and Matthieu Delaporte and released in 2012. It is adapted from the play Le Prénom by the same authors. The film was a box office success in France, selling 3,340,231 tickets.

Daydreams (1922)

Daydreams is a 1922 American short comedy film directed by and featuring Buster Keaton. The film is most famous for a scene where Keaton finds himself on the inside of a riverboat paddle wheel.

The Ape (1940)

A doctor disguised as an ape slays two women and attempts to kill a third in order to obtain their spinal fluids to cure a young girl of paralysis.

Once I Entered A Garden (2011)

Avi Mograbi and his Arab friend discuss the ideal binational state.

BeDeadly: Muay Thai (2012)

Filmed on location in Thailand, BeDeadly: Muay Thai is an instructional DVD that will teach you the training exercises and fighting techniques that have made Muay Thai fighters some of the most dangerous in the world.

Indiscretions (2009)

This suspenseful drama directed by George Mendeluk stars Anne Archer as Monica Barrett. She is a widowed attorney with a grown daughter, Jennifer (played by Erin Karpluk). Monica maintains an excellent reputation and she conducts herself with integrity. A Senator named Garland Wolf (William B. Davis) campaigns for her selection to a vacancy on the Supreme Court. But her nomination faces jeopardy because she made the mistake of dating an author named Jack (Michael Shanks) during a brief vacation; she went out with him while concealing her identity, only to discover that he also mislead her. Now he stalks her.

A Kind of America (2002)

A Kind of America is a Hungarian comedy film from 2002.

Hybrid (2013)

Mixed martial arts is the latest craze amongst sports fans. Producers have now created a show that is geared towards showing how mixed martial arts fighters prepare for their bouts. MMA Zen is a new television show that gives mixed martial arts fans an opportunity to see how their favorite Japanese fighters approach their craft. MMA Zen gives television viewers inside access to their training camps. Fighters also explain why honor is important to them. MMA Zen shows that mixed martial arts in Japan is not only a major sport, it is also a way of life for its participants.

One Way Ticket (2010)

The sudden death of her daughter pushes a mother to defy the laws of physics when she tries to travel back in time to prevent a fatal car accident.