Mickey's House of Villains (2001)

Mickey's House of Villains is a 2002 direct-to-video animated film produced by Walt Disney Television Animation. It is based on the animated television series, Disney's House of Mouse and a sequel to the direct-to-video animated film Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse, starring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Daisy Duck and Disney Villains that have appeared in past Disney productions. It was released on both VHS and DVD by Walt Disney Home Entertainment on September 3, 2002. It was followed by a 2004 direct-to-video animated film, Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers and Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas, produced by DisneyToon Studios. The events of the film take place during the third and final season of Disney's House of Mouse.

John Caparulo: Meet Cap (2008)

With his one-of-a-kind delivery and straight-ahead material, John Caparulo is fast becoming known as one of the funniest comics in the world today. After his countless standout appearances on E!'s Chelsea Lately and as the hilarious host of CMT's Mobile Home Disaster as well as unforgettable performances in Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show and Blue Collar Comedy: The Next Generation, Meet Cap provides an uncut, uncensored, no-holds-barred comedic assault that makes audiences laugh till it hurts!!

Older Than America (2008)

Older than America is 2008 American suspense drama film directed by Georgina Lightning and starring Adam Beach, Wes Studi, Georgina Lightning and Bradley Cooper. The film explores the devastating personal and cultural effects of the American Indian boarding schools on the members of a Native American family in Minnesota.

Goodbye, Miss Turlock (1948)

Goodbye, Miss Turlock is a 1948 American short film directed by Edward Cahn, released as one of the John Nesbitt's Passing Parade series. It won an Oscar at the 20th Academy Awards in 1948 for Best Short Subject (One-Reel).

Sleepover Nightmare (2005)

An escaped psychopath preys on young partygoers at a woodland cottage.

Whale Valley (2013)

A younger brother's journey marks a turning point.

Burnt Grass (2014)

A couple's relationship takes an unexpected turn when a strange phenomenon in their backyard allows cloning to take place.

Snapped (2005)

A photographer (Tiffany Knight) collects images of the dead, while a serial killer continues to terrorize the area.

The Eyes, the Mouth (1982)

The Eyes, the Mouth (Italian: Gli occhi, la bocca, French: Les Yeux, la Bouche) is a 1982 Italian-French drama film written and directed by Marco Bellocchio and starring Lou Castel. The film was entered into the main competition at the 39th edition of the Venice Film Festival.

The Order Of Myths (2008)

The Order of Myths is a 2008 documentary film directed by Margaret Brown. It focuses on the Mardi Gras celebrations in Mobile, Alabama, the oldest in the United States. It reveals the separate mystic societies established and maintained by black and white groups, and acknowledges the complex racial history of a city with a slaveholding past. While showing the mystic societies' ties to economic, class and racial stratification, the film also showed the beginnings of interaction between the black and white courts. It also tells some of the history of Africatown, a community formed north of Mobile in 1860 by Africans from Ghana, transported illegally as slaves to Mobile decades after the end of the slave trade. The film competed in the Documentary Competition at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. It had a limited release in New York on July 25, 2008, and ran on Independent Lens, a PBS series featuring independent films, in 2009. It was distributed by The Cinema Guild.

Origins of the 21st Century (2000)

Footage of wars and Nazi atrocities.

La mujer de Benjamín (1991)

A shopkeeper (Eduardo Lpez Rojas) in his 50s kidnaps a teen girl (Arcelia Ramrez) he lusts after, then wishes he hadn't.

Helsinki-Naples All Night Long (1987)

Helsinki Napoli All Night Long (also released as Helsinki – Napoli) is a gangster-comedy film written, directed and produced by Mika Kaurismäki. The film was released in Italy as Napoli–Berlino – Un taxi nella notte, with Berlin replacing Helsinki in the title.

Boin-n-g (1963)

Two inept filmmakers audition women for a nudie movie.

Venus In Furs (1995)

Venus in Furs is a 1995 film by filmmakers and independent art-house Dutch film producers Maartje Seyferth and Victor Nieuwenhuijs and it was their first feature film. The film has been shot on black-and-white 35mm film.

Miss Tatlock's Millions (1948)

Miss Tatlock's Millions is an American screwball comedy film directed by Richard Haydn in 1948.

Lockdown, USA (2006)

Officials and activists try to repeal the Rockefeller drug laws.

Nightmare Detective (2006)

Nightmare Detective (悪夢探偵, Akumu Tantei) is a 2006 Japanese horror film directed by Shinya Tsukamoto and released by Movie-Eye Entertainment Inc, starring Ryuhei Matsuda and hitomi. Masanobu Ando and Ren Osugi play supporting roles, and Tsukamoto himself plays the unnamed villain. The film is shot entirely within Adachi, Tokyo. Nightmare Detective 2 was released in 2008. Matsuda returns in the lead role of Kagenuma. Hitomi declined to reprise her role.

High Risk (1995)

It's a martial arts battle of the masters when red hot action superstar Jet Li returns to take revenge! After failing to save his wife from the evil 'Doctor', Kit Li (Jet Li: Romeo Must Die, The Black Mask) takes a job working as a bodyguard for the world famous actor Frankie Lane. But history repeats itself and Kit is forced to confront his past when The Doctor and his gang take over a luxury hotel in an attempt to steal the Crown Jewels of Russia on exhibition there. Surrounded by the ruthless gangsters and with only his bare hands to protect him and the hostages, Kit must seek his own brand of vengeance.

Clutter (2013)

An aspiring filmmaker (Joshua Leonard) and his siblings must deal with the consequences of their mother's (Carol Kane) hoarding.

Just Add Water (2008)

Just Add Water is a comedy film released on June 17, 2008. The film stars Dylan Walsh as a hardworking man living in the same small town in which he grew up, Danny DeVito as a gas station owner, and Justin Long as a meth dealer.

The Last Word (1979)

The Last Word is a 1979 film starring Richard Harris. It was the last movie directed by Roy Boulting. It was also known as The Numbers.

Faultline (2004)

A man (Doug Savant) must rescue his estranged wife (Brandy Ledford) after a massive earthquake devastates a resort town.

Everybody Knows... Elizabeth Murray (2016)

Everybody Knows...Elizabeth Murray is an intimate portrait of the groundbreaking artist Elizabeth Murray. This film explores the relationship between Murray’s family life and career, and reconsiders her place in contemporary art history. Verité footage, home videos and excerpts from her journals, voiced by Meryl Streep, tell of Murray's internal struggles and incredible ambition. Exclusive interviews with art world luminaries provide the historical backdrop for the New York art scene. Elizabeth Murray moved to New York City in 1967. In 2005, almost forty years later, Murray was the fifth woman to be celebrated with a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Everybody Knows... Elizabeth Murray traces Murray's life, from years as a struggling single mother to having a bustling, growing family and thriving career. From her early 1960’s “funk-inflected pop” to her painterly minimalism in the 70’s, and on to her dynamic fractured canvases of the 1990s and 2000s, Murray worked without hesitation through – and often in spite of – market trends, historical movements and her failing health. Murray's paintings defy efforts at categorization. She broke convention, and made an indelible imprint on contemporary art. This film chronicles her remarkable journey from an impoverished childhood to artistic maverick, before she lost her life to cancer in 2007. Everybody Knows... Elizabeth Murray cements Murray’s legacy as one of the great painters of our time.

Father Hope (2001)

A priest investigates a murder at a juvenile detention facility in which the prime suspect is a feeble teenager.

Ties that bind (2006)

Dave (Brian Krause) and his wife, Megan (Nicole de Boer), move into a new home. They decide to rent out their guest house, so Dave places an advertisement on a bulletin board in the hospital where he works. The couple receive many applicants, but they have the best rapport with Courtney (Sonya Salomaa), one of Dave's coworkers. Courtney, however, is more sinister than she appears. She obsessively spies on the couple, and schemes to disrupt their marriage.

Ice Bound (2003)

Ice Bound: A Woman's Survival at the South Pole is a 2003 CBS television movie starring Susan Sarandon as Dr. Jerri Nielsen in the true story of the cancer-stricken physician stranded at a South Pole research station who, under dangerous circumstances, and with the help of co-workers, treats her own illness.

Disappeared (2004)

She's Gone was a one-off British crime drama film on ITV1 on 19 September 2004, starring Ray Winstone as the protagonist, Harry Sands, who flies out to Istanbul to search for his missing daughter. Written by Simon Tyrrell and directed by Adrian Shergold, the film gathered 5.93m viewers.

First to Fall (2014)

Living in Canada, two Libyans return to their homeland to fight for their country's liberation.

Evaporating Borders (2014)

A series of vignettes tell the stories of asylum seekers in Cyprus.

The Rat (1926)

The Rat is a 1925 British silent film drama, directed by Graham Cutts and starring Ivor Novello, Mae Marsh and Isabel Jeans. The film is based on the 1924 play of the same title written by Novello and Constance Collier, set in the Parisian criminal underworld. The film's louche settings and melodramatic storyline proved popular with audiences, and its success spawned two sequels, The Triumph of the Rat (1926) and The Return of the Rat (1929).

The Crew (1994)

Two strangers stir conflict among passengers (Donal Logue, Viggo Mortensen, Pamela Gidley) on a yacht they boarded after their boat caught fire.

Three Little Sisters (1944)

Three Little Sisters is a 1944 American comedy film directed by Joseph Santley and written by Olive Cooper. The film stars Mary Lee, Ruth Terry, Cheryl Walker, William Terry, Jackie Moran and Charles Arnt. The film was released on July 31, 1944, by Republic Pictures.

Law and Disorder (1958)

Law and Disorder is a 1958 British comedy film directed by Charles Crichton and starring Michael Redgrave, Robert Morley, Joan Hickson, Lionel Jeffries. It was based on the 1954 novel Smugglers' Circuit by Denys Roberts. The film was started by director Henry Cornelius who died whilst making the film. He was replaced by Charles Crichton.

Northpole (2014)

Northpole is a 2014 American-Canadian Christmas fantasy television film directed by Douglas Barr. It premiered on Hallmark Channel on November 15, 2014, and stars Tiffani Thiessen, Josh Hopkins, Bailee Madison and Max Charles. The film was followed by a sequel Northpole 2: Open for Christmas released in November 2015. Bailee Madison returned to play Clementine the Elf while the lead pair was played by Lori Loughlin and Dermot Mulroney.

Little Accident (1939)

A newsman (Hugh Herbert) posing as a baby expert finds an abandoned baby girl (Baby Sandy) on his desk.

Down with Misery (1945)

Down with Misery (Italian: Abbasso la miseria!) is a 1945 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Gennaro Righelli.

The Mysterious Boy (2013)

Koko, a 14-year-old boy, and his friends investigate a classmate's strange behavior.

43 (2015)

Forty-three students go missing in Guerrero, Mexico.

August Evening (2007)

August Evening is a 2007 film following the relationship between an aging undocumented farm worker named Jaime and his young, widowed daughter-in-law, Lupe. It was written and directed by Chris Eska, and released theatrically on September 5, 2008. Principal photography on the film took place during five consecutive weeks in the late summer of 2005.

Buddha Wild: Monk In A Hut (2006)

Thai and Sri Lankan monks talk about their way of life and commitment to Buddhism.

Marked Men (1940)

Marked Men is a 1940 American film directed by Sam Newfield (using the pseudonym "Sherman Scott") for Producers Releasing Corporation. The film is also known as Desert Escape in the USA (TV title).

The Dark Stranger (2016)

A young artist is haunted by one of the terrifying spirits she created in her graphic novel, and she must overcome her psychosis before it destroys her.

The Floating Shadow (2012)

After trying to kill a fellow prisoner, a woman (Li Jia) reveals the dark secrets of her past to a police investigator.

Unborn Sins (2007)

A woman who opts to terminate her pregnancy is terrified to discover that her aborted fetus has become demoniacally possessed and will stop at nothing to ensure that its mother pay the ultimate price for her decision to choose death over life.

Wintercourse (1962)

Filmmaker Paul Sharits documents a relationship that is seemingly carefree yet full of apprehensions.

Three Rookies (2005)

A hilarious comedy about the lives of three broke losers who, by some strange twist of fate, land jobs with a very short-staffed Atlanta Police Department. In the line of duty, the new rookies become unlikely heroes after getting mixed up with some crazy dealings involving a diamond thief and two petty crooks, all the while trying to do what they can to keep their jobs.

I Sailed to Tahiti with an All Girl Crew (1968)

I Sailed to Tahiti with an All Girl Crew is a 1968 American film starring Gardner McKay. It was co-written and directed by Richard L. Bare.

Romans Road (2012)

Romans Road is a zany heartfelt comedy about five women living on a secluded military base. Together they learn to enjoy the journey and seize each day. There goes the neighborhood!

Running America (2009)

The life and accomplishments of Marshall Ulrich, the first person to be an ultra runner, an adventure racer and extreme mountain climber.

Smitty (2012)

Smitty is a 2012 American family drama film directed by David Mickey Evans and starring Mira Sorvino, Peter Fonda and Louis Gossett Jr..

Sole Journey (2009)

"Sole Journey" shows how dedicated and courageous individuals, following in the footsteps of Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr., use non-violent resistance and acts of civil disobedience to confront anti-gay rhetoric as well as religious and political oppression. "Sole Journey" exposes James Dobson's Focus on the Family, a well-funded, politically powerful organization that assaults the civil rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Interweaving stories of courage and commitment and interviews with movement leaders such as Mel White of Soulforce, Judy Shepard of the Matthew Shepard Foundation and actor and activist Chad Allen, "Sole Journey" shows how a small group of individuals take action against a colossal adversary - including a six-day, 65 mile march from the Colorado State Capitol in Denver to the Focus on the Family's headquarters in Colorado Springs.

SPEAK THE MUSIC: ROBERT MANN AND THE MYSTERIES OF CHAMBER MUSIC (2013)

The life and music of violinist and founding member of the Juilliard String Quartet.

Speedo (2003)

Winner of audience and jury awards at film festivals across the country, Speedo is an original American love story set amidst the dangerous, bare-knuckled world of demolition derby. Hailed as "highly enjoyable" (Variety) and "an instant cult classic" (Film Threat), Speedo kicks up the dirt surrounding Ed "Speedo" Jager, one of the nation's top "demo" daredevils. A Long Island garage mechanic by day, the lanky-haired Speedo spends his free time at work, compulsively rebuilding his pieced-together wrecks before each competition: "It's an addiction," he says, "like nitro-methane through your veins." But as a hobby turns into an obsession, Speedo's marriage of twenty years begins to deteriorate like a junkyard Cadillac, which only fuels his raceway rages. Will a developing crush with a female track official finally bring peace to this hell on wheels? With a riveting vérité style, director Jesse Moss compassionately captures Speedo's collisions and confrontations on and off the track during one tumultuous year. From the fiery thrills of the metal monsters in action to the intimate dramas between a dysfunctional family and a budding romance, Speedo is what you'd call a high-octane crowd-pleaser!

Strange Lady In Town (1955)

Strange Lady in Town is a 1955 film starring Greer Garson. She plays a female doctor who plans to introduce modern techniques of medicine to old Santa Fe in 1880, but is opposed by an established doctor played by Dana Andrews. Filmed at Old Tucson, Tucson, Arizona.

Stranger Road (2012)

Stranger Road is a drama about three very different but equally lost people. It begins with a meeting through an online dating website. This triggers a series of events that eventually lead to a terrible resolution. But who is the perpetrator and who is the victim?

Strawberry Shortcake: Let's Dance (2007)

Strawberry Shortcake: Let's Dance is an animated film released in September 2007, based on the namesake American Greetings property. This is the third theatrical release from DiC Entertainment in the 2000s.

Strings of Passion (2014)

Strings of Passion is a Bollywood drama film released on 17 January 2014. It was directed by Sanghamitra Chaudhari. The film stars Zeenat Aman, Indrani Haldar, Shubh Mukherjee and Rajesh Sharma.

Sukkah City (2013)

Author Joshua Foer starts a competition to design radical sukkahs.

The Arm (2013)

In an attempt to keep up with social pressure in a technologically advanced world, Chance starts a texting relationship with Genevieve - a girl he meets at a yogurt shop. But when Genevieve dies while texting and driving it forces Chance to realize he was never in a relationship at all.

Just Extensions (2015)

Just Extensions is a shocking and heartfelt quest around the world to present a no-holds barred look at the truth behind the hair extensions market. In this edgy and intimate documentary Just Extensions will take you on a journey to uncover the origin of this billion-dollar hair industry. The discovery will be mind blowing and much more then Just Extensions.

Kaminey (2009)

Kaminey (English: Rascal) is a 2009 Indian caper thriller film directed by Vishal Bhardwaj and featuring Shahid Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra and Amol Gupte in the lead roles. Set against the backdrop of the Mumbai underworld, Kaminey follows a rivalry between a pair of twins, one with a lisp and the other with a stutter, over the course of a single day. Bhardwaj co-wrote the screenplay with Sabrina Dhawan, Abhishek Chaubey, and Supratik Sen. Bhardwaj bought the original script for US$4,000 from Kenyan writer Cajetan Boy—whom he had mentored at a scriptwriting workshop in Uganda. Kaminey was released on 14 August 2009 and became a box-office success worldwide, grossing over ₹710 million (US$11 million) against a budget of ₹350 million (US$5.5 million). The film's soundtrack album also became a commercial success, with the song "Dhan Te Nan" topping the charts on various platforms. Kaminey received widespread critical acclaim, with several critics and media publications placing it at number one on their listings of "Best film of the year". Since its release, the film has attained cult status. It received several awards and nominations at ceremonies across India. At the 55th Filmfare Awards, it received ten nominations, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Supporting Actor; it won the award for Best Special Effects. At the 57th National Film Awards, Kaminey won two awards — Best Audiography for Subash Sahoo and Special Jury Award for its editing by A. Sreekar Prasad.

Kasme Vaade (1978)

Kasme Vaade is a 1978 Hindi film produced and directed by Ramesh Behl. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Raakhee, Randhir Kapoor, Neetu Singh and Amjad Khan. Randhir Kapoor earned a Filmfare nomination as Best Supporting Actor, the only nomination for the film. Rekha makes a guest appearance as a dancer. The music is by R. D. Burman and the lyrics by Gulshan Bawra. The film was declared a "Semi Hit" by Box Office India. The film was remade in Telugu as Chesina Basalu (1980), in Sinhalese as Nawatha Hamuwemu (1986) and in Tamil as Dharmathin Thalaivan (1988).

Kidnapped For Christ (2014)

Kidnapped for Christ is a documentary film that details the experiences of several teenagers who were removed from their homes and sent to a behavior modification and ex-gay school in Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic. The film was directed by Kate Logan. Tom DeSanto, Lance Bass and Mike Manning are the executive producers. The film premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, in January 2014.

Knife Edge (2009)

Knife Edge is a 2009 British thriller film directed by Anthony Hickox and starring Nathalie Press, Hugh Bonneville and Tamsin Egerton.

Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi (2014)

Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi is a 2014 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy-drama film directed by Aman Sachdeva and produced by Ekta Kapoor and Bejoy Nambiar. The film stars Siddharth Gupta, who plays the titular role.

Lady L (1965)

Lady L is a 1965 comedy film based on the novel by Romain Gary and directed by Peter Ustinov. Starring Sophia Loren, Paul Newman, David Niven and Cecil Parker, the film focuses on an elderly Corsican lady as she recalls the loves of her life, including an anarchist and a Parisian aristocrat. The film had its World Premiere at the Empire, Leicester Square in the West End of London on 25 November 1965.

Lamb of God: Killadelphia (2005)

Thrash-metal band Lamb of God’s Killadelphia features a set recorded at The Trocadero in 2005 in support of Ashes Of The Wake, along with great candid footage of the group at work and at play, for an exciting all-access portrait.

Last Kind Words (2012)

Eli (Spencer Daniels) and his family move into the backwoods of Kentucky, where he encounters beautiful and mysterious Amanda (Alexia Fast). He thinks she is the perfect woman until he realizes that the forest and Amanda harbor dark secrets.

Lepke (1975)

Tony Curtis stars as 1930's gangster Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, head of Murder Inc., the syndicate that splattered the headlines of the day with blood. From his rough-and-tumble East Side childhood and his rise in the drug trade to his 1944 execution at Sing Sing, Lepke depicts with brute force the criminal career of a man with more than 60 murders to his credit. Co-starring Milton Berle.

Made in the USA: The 30 Day Journey (2014)

Forever changed by witnessing the devastation of an aluminum plant shutting down in his hometown, Josh Miller sets out on a 30 day journey across America to find out if “Made in the USA” still means anything. Throughout the journey Josh lives off of “Made in USA” products as best he can, and speaks to people in the heart of America about issues facing the country today as the continued outsourcing of the manufacture of goods erodes the manufacturing backbone of the American economy - and the dreams of countless workers around the nation.

Hope for Love (2013)

A young woman must choose between her cheating husband, the father of her son, or an old flame who makes her feel special.

Pyro... The Thing Without a Face (1964)

A man sets out for revenge against his estranged mistress who set his house on fire, killing his family and leaving his face disfigured! Starring Barry Sullivan!

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.

A Filha (2003)

Ricardo Monteiro is a successful television producer specialising in reality shows. He is 45 years old and he has just received an ultimatum from his 18-year-old daughter Leonor. If he does not come home that same evening to celebrate her birthday he will never see her again. Ricardo is distracted by business or other commitments and he is too late for the last flight home. When he returns next day the apartment is empty and Leonor is gone. He discovers that she has quit school and that she has lost all contact with her old friends. Ricardo starts searching for Leonor in night-clubs and bars...

Swimming With Skyscrapers (2001)

James Pittar is blind. He is also a long distance swimmer. In his amazing career he has swum across the English Channel and taken on sharks and oil tankers. He is about to embark on a 48 kilometre swim around Manhattan Island. James will be the first blind person ever to complete the 8.5 hour marathon. An uplifting and hopeful story of one man's dreams fulfilled.

Agent 5: A Night in the Last Life of (2008)

A lost man surfaces from a crude underground espionage experiment. He is stalked through a city's recesses by a murky assailant. The curious image of a "cowboy" haunts his thoughts. He should die tonight, but doesn't know why.

Hochzeitsgäste (1990)

A female photographer from Western Europe drives through Poland and stops in a village. By chance, her eye is caught by the arrival of a wedding party. This marks the point of departure for several stories which unfold during the course of the wedding.

Through the Eyes of the Sculptor (2005)

A sculpture comes alive in clay, dies in plaster and is reborn in marble – this is a process that has rarely been documented. Follow master sculptor Emmanuel Fillion through the many steps it takes before a new work is ready to be immortalized.

Ruby's Studio: The Friendship Show (2012)

From the award-winning "Ruby's Studio" series, "The Friendship Show" offers kids invaluable tools to help them make and nurture lasting friendships. Lovable host Ruby guides kids through animated segments, fun art projects and original music, all the while gently reinforcing essential lessons about The Golden Rule, empathy, resolving conflict and confronting bullying.

The Jokesters (2015)

Four friends prank a Cabin in the Woods nightmare on their friend's honeymoon so well that it actually becomes The Cabin in the Woods horror in real life.

Sweetheart of the Campus (1941)

Sweetheart of the Campus (also released as Broadway Ahead) is a 1941 American musical comedy film directed by Edward Dmytryk.

Kill That Bitch (2014)

A methodical killer is systematically slaughtering a group of women who are connected and bound by the same dark secret. Kill That Bitch is a dark vision of death, beauty, and bloodlust from Director Dustin Mills Puppet Monster Massacre, Zombie A-Hole, Night of the Tentacles

The Hard Man (1957)

Steve Burden is a former lawman released for bringing in too many wanted men dead. The aging Sheriff of El Solito wants Steve for his Deputy and Steve takes the job knowing the last outlaw he killed was framed in El Solito. Looking for the man that framed him it appears that Rice Martin who controls El Solito is his man and Steve is quickly in trouble when Martin sends a man to kill him.

The Last Romantic (2006)

Hoping to find his fame and fortune, an aspiring poet moves to New York City and encounters a host of misfits.

March with the Devil (2014)

MARCH WITH THE DEVIL is the true story of Dominiquie Vandenberg who became a martial arts champion at a very early age until a tragic accident took everything he loved and drove him into the French Foreign Legion Special Forces. Vandenberg signed on for a five-year stint and saw engagement in Africa and Bosnia. But his inner torment from his Legion days fueled his desire to become an advisor/soldier-for-hire. He engaged in dangerous, brutal "black ops" -- secret missions not attributable to the organization carrying them out -- where he literally was on his own. Vandenberg also competed as a professional Muay Thai kickboxer in Burma and Thailand following his stint in the Legion and became a champion, triumphing over the best competition. His time living in the rural boxing camps served as a decompression chamber for his many years in combat.

Thunder Over Mexico (1933)

"Que Viva Mexico" (1932) is a film project by the Russian avant-garde director Sergei Eisenstein who had planned to make a movie about Mexico that depicted its history from pre-Columbian times to the Mexican Revolution. The film was divided into several parts, with each part set in a different time and emphasizing a different couple. The film was eventually abandoned before its completion until 1979, when Grigori Alexandrov found some of the footage and put it together while following Eisenstein's plans.

Charleen (1980)

Charleen is an observational documentary film directed and shot by Ross McElwee, about his friend and former poetry teacher, Charleen Swansea. McElwee follows Charleen over a month in her life in North Carolina, where she still teaches poetry, engages in interracial flirtation (to the titillation of her students), and prepares to sell personal letters from Ezra Pound, one in which Pound bemoans Charleen's impending marriage. McElwee shot the film as part of his graduate thesis at MIT, where he studied under Richard Leacock and Edward Pincus. The film is 59 minutes long.

Elmo and the Bookaneers (2009)

Everyone loves to read - even pirates! The "Bookaneers," led by Tina Fey, have come ashore on Sesame Street, and they want to plunder Elmo's bookshelf. When Elmo finds out how much they love to read, he can't wait to become a bookaneer himself. Can he pass the test and help them find their treasure? Bert and Ernie are also on the hunt for treasure in an episode from the fantastic new claymation series Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures. Plus, you can sing along with Abby in a song about something she treasures: words! In Elmo's World: Books, Elmo invites you to learn all about the books he treasures. "Arrr" you ready for a reading adventure?

Call of the Hunter (2009)

While a documentary crew films "The Legend of Herne the Hunter," its members are killed off, one by one, as they try to appease the spirit of the forest.

El sekuestro (1997)

"The Kidnapping" (Original title: "El sekuestro") a farce taking place in Rio Hondo, a fictitious South American republic known only to a few, is set in the seventies. Bruno (Tobias Meinike, Germany) a germanesque arrives to ignite the spark of a Revolution. Through advertising in the local newspaper he's able to find three volunteers for the cause. The ransom, always according to Bruno, will be used to start the rebel army to overthrow the government. The volunteers are: Carmen (Sandra Ballesteros), an ex-masseur, romantic; Luis (Luis Fernández), a fine boy from Rio Hondo in search for adventures and justice and Mario (Adam Black), an unemployed mechanic. The four will conform the United Front For The Liberation of Rio Hondo UFLRH, a rebel army bound for triumph and glory. Unfortunately and to begin by kidnapping the wrong guy: Renato Cefalu (Lazaro Perez). Renato is in no position to comply with the request of his captors and, furthermore, he's wife Teresa (Alex Pertile) seems in no hurry to get her husband back. "The Kidnapping" deals with the irrational aspects of political past of Latin America, particularly that of Argentina, birthplace of writer/director Eduardo Montes-Bradley. "The Kidnapping" is a politically incorrect parody of human misery and a tragic comedy with a peculiar tropical flavor.

What She Wants for Christmas (2012)

Abigail makes a secret wish for Christmas, and when she does not get what she wants, she captures St. Nick.

Michael Jackson Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour (1992)

For over 4 decades Michael Jackson has been entertaining the world. From smash hits to incredible short films that dominated MTV, he is one of the greatest performers of all time. But to truly experience his genius, you must experience him LIVE.

Metal Mania (2009)

While debate rages on about Heavy Metal and its merits as a musical genre, most commentators agree that Heavy Metal kicked off in the 1960s with the blues-based rock of bands such as Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple. The evolution continued with harder rocking British bands Judas Priest and Motorhead, and the more punk-influenced Iron Maiden and Def Leppard. Over in America, Aerosmith, Alice Cooper and Kiss were strapping on the high heels and layering on the make up. The really theatrical era of Heavy Metal was embraced in the 1980s with bands like Motley Crue, and bands like Megadeth and Metallica developed yet another sub-genre: Thrash Metal. Following that we’ve seen the evolution of Progressive Metal, Speed Metal, Doom Metal, Black Metal, Gothic Metal, Nu Metal and Viking Metal to name a few... Now celebrating more than 40 years of independence from the musical mainstream, the ‘Elder Statesmen’ of Heavy Metal share their thoughts on life, love, the music, the bands, politics, sex, drugs, devil worship and keeping it unreal. We go backstage with Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Alice Cooper, KISS, Aerosmith, AC/DC, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Def Leppard, Metallica, Motley Crue, Sharon Osbourne, Lordi, Bleeding Through.

Meteor (1979)

A brilliant scientist (Sean Connery) is summoned to Washington by NASA to prevent a huge meteor from smashing the earth in six days. The only chance to destroy the meteor is to work with the Soviets, revealing to them top secrets.

Mickey Down Under (1948)

Mickey, in the Australian bush, throws a boomerang that gets caught in Pluto’s mouth. Mickey then discovers an egg of an emu. Unfortunately, the parent chases him, but Pluto and the boomerang zoom into his path, leaving the emu all tangled. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

Mining For Ruby (2014)

A grieving widower falls in love with an environmental engineering grad student (Antoinette Kalaj) who has a troubled past.

Mister Johnson (1990)

Mister Johnson is a 1990 American drama film based on the 1939 novel by Joyce Cary. The film was entered into the 41st Berlin International Film Festival, where Maynard Eziashi won the Silver Bear for Best Actor. The film was shot in Toro, Nigeria. In addition to the film, there was a 1956 stage version starring, among others, Robert Earl Jones.

Moto 3: The Movie (2011)

MOTO 3 The Movie is the next chapter in the most progressive motocross/off-road film series of all time.

Murder Party (2007)

Murder Party is a 2007 American horror comedy film written, directed and shot by Jeremy Saulnier. It was shot in Brooklyn, New York. It was given the Audience Award for Best Feature at the 2007 Slamdance Film Festival and screened within such festivals as Maryland Film Festival.