Tunisian Victory (1944)

Tunisian Victory (1944) is an Anglo-American propaganda film about the victories in the North Africa Campaign. The film follows both armies from the planning of Operation Torch / Operation Acrobat to the liberation of Tunis. Interspersed in the pure documentary format are the narrative voices of supposed American and British soldiers (voiced by Burgess Meredith and Bernard Miles respectively), recounting their experience in the campaign. The British and American talk separately until the end of the film when they have a dialogue, agree to co-operate after the end of the war, with the other Allied nations to create a more just and peaceful post-war order. The film was intended as a follow-up to the successful British documentary film Desert Victory (1943). Frederic Krome's article "Tunisian Victory" and Anglo-American Film Propaganda in World War II from The Historian details the acrimony between the British and US film makers on the project. Most of the actual American combat footage taken during Operation Torch was destroyed when the ship carrying it was sunk, requiring many "battle scenes" to be reshot in the U.S. by director John Huston. The direction of the final version involved no less than five individuals: Frank Capra, John Huston, Anthony Veiller, Hugh Stewart and Roy Boulting. The film was made due in part to American complaints that Desert Victory, a British Propaganda film depicting the North African campaign, downplayed American contributions to the battle. The British response was that the Americans "didn't have any good footage." This remark caused Huston to restage several battles and liberations to achieve high quality footage, even going so far as to film some air battle scenes(which actually occurred in the Mohave Desert) in Orlando, Florida. The British immediately recognized the dubious nature of the film, but since they themselves were guilty of the same recreations, it allowed this uneasy alliance to continue.

Vamp U (2013)

An old vampire with no teeth turns a college student into a blood-sucking monster.

Westinghouse (2008)

Industrialist George Westinghouse forms a partnership with genius Nikola Tesla, the developer of AC electricity, and battles scientist Thomas Edison.

The Fighting Renegade (1939)

The Fighting Renegade is a 1939 American western directed by Sam Newfield and produced by Sam Katzman for Katzman's Victory Pictures.

For the Glory (2012)

When his dream of basketball stardom falls apart, Kurt Kuykendall (Jason Burkey) finds success as a soccer player.

Four Days In November (1964)

From more than eight million feet of newsreels, amateur footage, tape-recordings and more, David L. Wolper presents a priceless detailed account of the time and events surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Free Fall (2014)

Free Fall is a 2014 U.S. direct-to-video crime thriller film directed by Malek Akkad in his feature debut and starring Sarah Butler, Malcolm McDowell and D. B. Sweeney. It follows an employee followed by an assassin and locked in an elevator.

From the Earth to the Moon (2013)

A post-Civil War America launches an expedition to the moon via cannon.

Fugly (2014)

Fugly is an Indian Hindi comedy-drama social thriller film directed by Kabir Sadanand released on 13 June 2014. The film features Jimmy Sheirgill as one of many lead characters, including debut appearances from Mohit Marwah, Vijender Singh, Arfi Lamba and Kiara Advani.

Giving Up the Ghosts: Closing Time At Doc's Music Hall (2015)

Robert Mugge's music documentary explores the twin careers of respected physician and musician Dr. John Peterson and the music and arts venue he owned and helped operate in downtown Muncie, Indiana from 1992 to 2012. The film alternates a final performance at his Doc's Music Hall with assorted interviews and related activities, including a ceremony to "free" the building's ghosts.

Glamarus (2014)

A tall, skinny boy obsessed with traffic cones, a lesbian Adam and Eve, a wise bearded man, and the self-proclaimed King of the Sea all wander about the surreal landscape of GLAMARUS, watched over by a man who lives in a television set.

Gulag Barashevo (2015)

The love between a dissident poet and her husband, separated by the Gulag, allows them to endure agonizing hardship, sickness and violence.

Hansel & Gretel: Warriors of Witchcraft (2013)

JONAH AND ELLA MAZER (Hansel and Gretel) were happy, normal teenagers–sent to an elite boarding school. The Head Master, SEBASTIAN, seems to know more about the brother and sister than they know about themselves. As both get to know their high school classmates, strange and frightening things begin to happen. When their new friends explain that they are all descended from powerful witches, and they’ve been waiting for Hansel and Gretel to join them and complete a new generation of the Coven, both refuse to believe them. But it’s not until Hansel discovers a message from his mother in an old leather-bound book of spells hidden in the school library, that he understands their true and dangerous destiny – slaying witches.

Healing Cancer (2008)

Anderson exposes the failings of conventional cancer treatments and how the medical establishment and the cancer industry wildly - and deceptively - exaggerate the benefits of treatments. Interviews with people who have beaten the disease demonstrate how cancer can be successfully healed with dietary treatments and natural supplementation. Participants in the DVD include: T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.The China Study;?Brian Clement, Ph.D.Hippocrates Health Institute; Brenda Cobb?The Living Foods Institute; Mirea Ellis?The Kushi Institute; Charlotte Gerson?The Gerson Institute and many more.

He Never Died (2015)

He Never Died is a 2015 Canadian/American comedic horror film that was written and directed by Jason Krawczyk. It had its world premiere on 17 March 2015 at South by Southwest and stars Henry Rollins as an immortal, cannibalistic loner who has withdrawn from society to protect both himself and others. A miniseries continuation of the film is currently in development. Filming for He Never Died began in November 2013 in Toronto and concluded in December of the same year. The film was released on various video on demand platforms as well as on DVD and became available worldwide on Netflix on March 18th, 2016.

Henry Miller: Reflections on Writing (1974)

Miller discusses his views on writing with the likes of Anais Nin, Lawrence Durrell and Lawrence Clarke Powell. An expansion of The Henry Miller Odyssey on the subject of writing.

Hidden (2015)

When the world descends into darkness, stay hidden. Ray, Claire and their seven-year-old daughter, Zoe, are an average American family in Kingsville, North Carolina—except they have existed in a bomb shelter escaping a day of devastation that changed everything. For 301 days, they have transformed their cement prison into a home, holding on to memories of the past and hope for a normal life someday. And for 301 days, the family has eluded what looms above the surface—the heavy breathing and booming footsteps that punctuate the night, threatening their fragile existence. All the while, the family has managed to stay hidden, until now. Now their safe haven has been breached...and something is coming for them. Starring Alexander Skarsgârd (True Blood, Straw Dogs [2011]), Andrea Riseborough (Birdman, Oblivion), and Emily Alyn Lind (The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia, Revenge).

The Wicker Tree (2011)

The Wicker Tree is a 2011 horror film written and directed by British filmmaker Robin Hardy. The film contains many direct parallels and allusions to the 1973 film The Wicker Man, which was also directed by Hardy. The Wicker Tree is neither a sequel nor a remake, but is intended as a companion piece which explores the same themes. It is the second part of The Wicker Man Trilogy. The film premiered at the Fantasia Festival in Montreal, Canada, July 2011 and was released on Blu-ray in the UK on 30 April 2012.

The Woman (2011)

The Woman is a 2011 American horror film directed by Lucky McKee, adapted by McKee and Jack Ketchum from Ketchum's novel of the same name. This movie is a sequel to the film Offspring. The film stars Pollyanna McIntosh, Angela Bettis, Sean Bridgers, Lauren Ashley Carter, Carlee Baker, Alexa Marcigliano, and introducing Zach Rand and Shyla Molhusen. The film was released as part of the Bloody Disgusting Selects line.

The Zombie Horror Picture Show (2014)

From the maniacal, twisted mind of Rob Zombie comes his first ever concert film complete with hair-raising theatrics, animatronic robots, oversized LED screens, a spectacular light and video show, pyrotechnics, insane guitar riffs and vicious beats. Directed by Rob Zombie, The Zombie Horror Picture Show captures the elaborate, multi-media production conceived by the horror film and hard rock master mind that was unleashed to audiences during his 2013 tour. Filmed in Texas, the concert explodes with a blistering set of sixteen Zombie staples including "Dragula," "Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Supertown," "Superbeast" and "Living Dead Girl."

Thunder Soul (2010)

THUNDER SOUL is the inspiring, music-filled true story of high school band leader "Prof" Johnson, who took a ragtag jazz band and transformed them into the legendary funk powerhouse that took the nation by storm. Now decades later, "Prof's" students prepare to gather and celebrate the man who taught them about pride, honor and the power of a deep groove in this unforgettable true story.

Tish (1942)

Tish is a 1942 comedy-drama film directed by S. Sylvan Simon and starring Marjorie Main and ZaSu Pitts.

Tricks of Love (2008)

A fashion photographer (Scott Elrod) bets a rival (Carlos Leon) that he can transform an ugly duckling (Elika Portnoy) into a beauty.

We Are Kings (2014)

We Are Kings is an independent feature film starring Sammy Blue, Bianca Ryan, Rita Graham, Jonathon Boogie Long and Pryce. It was directed by Toby Hubner. The film was crowdsourced beginning with a Kickstarter campaign. It premiered in Los Angeles, California, on September 19, 2014.

Who Cares (1971)

Used as evidence at the Royal Commission on Slum Clearance and Rehousing. Nick Broomfield on Who Cares: “The first film I ever made. Borrowed a camera, got ’short ends’ of film for free and set out with my friend Pete Archard to Liverpool. Pete is a sociologist and knew the subject really well. Took three months to shoot. Bernice Rubens the novelist helped me to piece it together. It took me one and a half years working nights to cut this 18 minute film. Sir Arthur Elton and the director Bruce Beresford got me £200 to finish it at the British Film Institute”.

Zombie eXs (2012)

Zombie eXs is a 2013 American zombie comedy film written Jean Cohen and George Smith, directed by George Smith, starring Aex Hammel-Shaver, Scott Keebler and Madison Hart and distributed by Alternative Cinema/Bloody Earth Films. The film is loosely based on director Smith's true life experiences with dating women.

Acting Like Adults (2014)

A young couple joins a scavenger hunt in Los Angeles to win a diamond engagement ring.

Alfred Eisenstaedt: Photographer (1981)

Alfred Eisenstaedt: Photographer is a documentary film that was released in 1989. The film takes a look at the work of Alfred Eisenstaedt who was one of the most prominent photographers for Life Magazine. The film follows his move to American from Germany, and his eventual work as a photographer. During his career Alfred Eisenstaedt took pictures of some of the most iconic figures in history, and his pictures are still used when discussing those people.

Asian Stories (2006)

Asian Stories (formerly known as Asian Stories (Book 3) is a 2006 American independent feature film. Its running time is 98 minutes; it was shot in Super 16mm format.

Blackbird (1988)

Ruadhan struggles to keep the past alive in his small town.

Britney Spears: Princess of Pop (2012)

A pop phenomenon in every sense of the word, her catchy singles and sexy videos, plus a very public private life have made her a worldwide household name selling over 85 million records worldwide!

Chandu on the Magic Island (1935)

A mystic (Bela Lugosi) goes to an island to try to rescue an Egyptian princess (Maria Alba) from a sorcerer.

The Naked Terracotta Warriors (2015)

An in-depth look at the lost burial site of Emperor Jing Di's hidden army. Lost for over 2,000 years, this immense site covers 81 burial pits, each containing various goods for the afterlife, and as many as 100,000 terracotta figures.

Nerd Prom: Inside Washington's Wildest Week (2015)

Nerd Prom: Inside Washington's Wildest Week is a 2015 documentary film produced by Life Is My Movie Entertainment. The film follows ex Politico reporter Patrick Gavin and presents the modern White House Correspondents Dinner as an event that has lost sight of its original purpose.

Never Not Part 1 (2013)

Featuring a diverse cast of the world’s most talented riders, Never Not brings viewers along for a nonstop, all-terrain mission to the bleeding edge of snowboarding progression.

Nicotine Stains (2013)

While trying to quit smoking, a mentally ill man (Matt Fowler) suffers a psychotic break and believes that cigarettes are telling him to kill his roommates.

One Thing She Doesn't Have (2014)

K-pop singer, Na-bi, is now a famous actress for her beautiful appearance but lousy acting. Her dramas make no money, so her management company forces her to be in a play directed by Jin-woo, who is famous for a shocking sex scene from his previous film.

Paranormal Adoption (2012)

To ease the pain of their first child's death, a husband and wife adopt a child who is hiding a supernatural secret.

Party Girl (2014)

Party Girl is a 2014 French drama film written and directed by Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger and Samuel Theis. It won the Un Certain Regard Ensemble Prize and the Camera d'Or award at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. The story is inspired by the life of Angélique Litzenburger, who played herself in the film, it also stars the co-director Samuel Theis and his siblings Mario, Séverine and Cynthia. The title of the film is derived from the song of the same name by Chinawoman.

Paul McCartney: Good Evening New York City (2009)

Paul McCartney's July `09 performance at Citi Field, formerly Shea Stadium, the historic site of The Beatles' landmark '65 concert.

Perder es cuestión de método (2004)

Perder es Cuestión de Método (English: Method of Losing or The Art of Losing) is a 2005 film directed by Sergio Cabrera, and starring Daniel Gimenez Cacho, Cesar Mora, Martina Garcia, Victor Mallarino and Sain Castro. A grim history, but also human and fun, led by Colombian Sergio Cabrera (Golpe de estadio, La Estrategia del Caracol), the movie exposes the corruption rampant in the South American country - and the unholy nexus between Politicians, Land Developers, the mafia and the Military Police. Based on the novel "Method of Losing" by Santiago Gamboa ( the quote is from Juan Sepulveda : "Defeat is often a Question of Method," which in the movie is put into the mouth of the ageing and psychotic mentor of the journalist, Guzman ). The novel was adapted by screenwriter Jorge Goldenberg (Ilona Arrives with the Rain), we are shown a Colombia from a very particular angle: through the daily struggle between the romantic and the nihilistic . Daniel Jiménez Cacho (La Mala Educación) plays the journalist Victor Silampa and Martina Garcia (Golpe de Estadio) plays the 16-year-old prostitute Quica, while Cesar Mora, in a role worthy of an Oscar-nomination, plays Sancho Panza to the journalist's Don Quixote, as Estupinan - probably the most human and sympathetic of all the characters - representing the Colombian "Everyman".

Pete Correale: Let Me Tell Ya (2015)

Stand up comedian Pete Correale explores the absurdities of life, love and marriage in his hilarious comedy special where he gives his homegrown New Yorker take on the comedy of living.

Peter Gabriel: Live in Athens 1987 (2013)

In October 1987 after many months on the road, it was in the elevated surroundings of the hillside open-air theatre at Lycabettus overlooking Athens, that the "So" tour came to a climactic close. The three nights were filmed in what was the first-ever Peter Gabriel concert to be committed to film.

Pipeline Masters (2006)

From the producers of Riding Giants and Dogtown And Z Boys: The World`s Most Dangerous Wave. Legendary surfers chasing the sport`s ultimate thrill. History`s most dramatic, heart-stopping surfing competition. This is Pipeline Masters.

Pizza (2014)

Pizza is an Indian Hindi supernatural thriller film directed by Akshay Akkineni. The film stars Akshay Oberoi, Parvathy Omanakuttan and Dipannita Sharma in the lead roles, while Arunoday Singh, Rajesh Sharma, Omkar Das Manikpuri and Sonali Sachdev play supporting roles. The film is a remake of 2012 Tamil film, Pizza, directed by Karthik Subbaraj and was released on 18 July 2014. The film was declared "Average".

Possession (2012)

A serial killer preys on young women walking home from school. People begin to panic and believe wearing a backpack will cause certain death.

Primordial (2015)

Valerie struggles to contain sadistic urges that she has suppressed since childhood.

Dead & Nowhere (2008)

Homicide cop Ray Maldonado has found a third dead hooker in as many days. The realization that he's got a serial killer on his hands hits him.

Dead Sea (2014)

Auriel, a marine biologist, investigates the mysterious deaths of marine life around a salt water lake and discovers a ravenous creature of legend.

Death Row (2007)

An unknown killer stalks a group of eight hardened convicts and their guards.

Deliverance From Evil (2012)

A married couple lose their son and move into a new house inhabited by an evil presence that does not want them there.

Del Shores: Sordid Confessions (2012)

There is no subject off-limits in DEL SHORES: SORDID CONFESSIONS. Writer, director, producer, activist and comic Del Shores has no censor - on or offstage.

Dirty Shield (2014)

Detective Ricardo Colletti's personal life is turned upside down when his wife is raped by members of a notorious street gang. When two of the gang members are found dead, Internal Affairs Bureau makes a bold move to catch their suspect.

Dolls of Voodoo (2013)

A powerful voodoo priest seeks revenge on newlyweds after his daughter is scorned.

Don't Tell Santa You're Jewish! (2010)

A little girl is afraid of Santa...

Dragon Crusaders (2011)

Dragon Crusaders is a 2011 film starring Dylan Jones, Cecily Fay and Feth Greenwood directed by Mark Atkins. It was dubbed in Tamil and was released in September 27, 2011.

Dr. Jekyll & Mistress Hyde (2003)

When Dr. Jackie Stevenson develops an experimental serum it propels her into a world of dangerous carnal encounters.

Drone (2014)

Not to be confused with Drones (2013 film), an American thriller film. Drone is a 2014 English-language documentary film directed by Norwegian director Tonje Hessen Schei. The film explores the use of drones in warfare. Drone aired on the TV network Arte on April 15, 2014. The documentary screened at several film festivals throughout 2014, winning several awards. Drone was released in Norway on February 27, 2015.

Duel at the Mound (2014)

A baseball drama about two retired players who continue their "duel" at the mound, while they struggle to find their place in life. Walt was once a pitcher and Mel's days of hitting a ball professionally are over. Mel is on a path to self-destruction, while Walt tries to build a stable environment for his daughter and the game may be their only salvation.

Echoes of a Summer (1976)

Echoes of a Summer is a 1976 Canadian/American film directed by Don Taylor, based on the Broadway play of the same name by Robert L. Joseph, who also adapted the screenplay.

Eels with Strings: Live at Town Hall (2006)

Eels with Strings: Live at Town Hall is a live album by Eels, released on CD and DVD on February 20, 2006 in the United Kingdom and the following day in the United States. The recording is from New York City's Town Hall, June 30, 2005. It is the first live Eels album with a general release, and the first Eels DVD.

El Paso Stampede (1953)

El Paso Stampede is a 1953 cowboy Western film.

Extraordinary Tales (2015)

Five of Edgar Allan Poe’s best-known stories are brought to vivid life in this visually stunning, heart-pounding animated anthology featuring Sir Christopher Lee, Bela Lugosi, Julian Sands, Roger Corman and Guillermo del Toro. Murderous madmen, sinister villains and cloaked ghouls stalk the darkened corridors of Poe’s imagination, as his haunting tales are given a terrifying new twist by some of the most beloved figures in horror film history. (Suitable for ages 11+)

Falling Overnight (2011)

Falling overnight is a 2010 American drama film directed by Conrad Jackson and written by Parker Croft, Aaron Golden, and Conrad Jackson. Falling Overnight stars Parker Croft and Emilia Zoryan

Angel's Bounty (2015)

A female bounty hunter in Los Angeles takes a huge contract to find the man who went to prison for killing her father.

A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995 (2011)

The 1995 bombing in Oklahoma City was a direct blow to the heart of America. 168 people were killed, including nineteen children. For those watching the nightly news, terrorism had come home. For years following the bombing, countless victims' family members, survivors, rescuers, and ordinary Americans, have questioned the official accounts about that fateful day. Hoping to shed light on answers long ignored and censored, both by prominent media outlets and the U.S. government, A Noble Lie peels back what we thought we knew about the bombing and its perpetrators. This film exposes information never before examined or brought to the attention of the American public. A Noble Lie is the culmination of years of research and documentation conducted by independent journalists, scholars, and ordinary citizens. Often risking their personal safely and sanity, they have gathered evidence which threatens to expose the startling reality of what exactly occurred at 9:02 am on April 19, 1995 in Oklahoma City.

Anti-Horror (2005)

Director Gregory Kane will do anything to get his movie completed. After two failed attempts, this time there will be no quitting. And as his acting troupe heads to a remote shooting location, egos and legend combine to make this a set that will terrify all those involved.

A Place Out of Time: The Bordentown School (2009)

History of the Bordentown School, which taught values, discipline and life skills to generations of African-American children. Ruby Dee narrates.

A Stand Up Guy (2016)

Sammy Lagucci is a lovable loser who just wants to do right by his daughter. When he finds out the gangsters he runs with are planning to take him out, he enters the Witness Protection program to protect himself and his family. Going from The Big Apple to a small town in Wisconsin gets him down at first, but on a dare he does an impromptu stand-up comedy routine and finds he has a knack for it. His act goes viral, and what should be a blessing turns into a curse when his newfound fame gets the attention of the mob.

A Touch Unseen (2014)

After a fatal car accident that kills their parents , two sisters start to notice strange paranormal assaults at night. Things take a worse turn when a stalker becomes interested in the younger sister.

Dirty Work (2006)

Julian (Austin Pendleton), a ruthless Chicago crime boss, finds himself in hot water after his mistress is brutally murdered. When Manning (Lance Reddick) -- a dirty cop with a large gambling debt to Julian -- is put on the case, he must choose between his own well-being and bringing Julian to justice. However, the case is further complicated when Kylie Sullivan (Karin Anglin), the wife of corrupt politician Frank Sullivan (Michael McGlone), also turns up dead, in identical circumstances.

Bathory: Countess of Blood (2008)

Bathory (also released as Bathory: Countess of Blood) is a 2008 historical drama written and directed by Juraj Jakubisko. Filming began in December 2005, and the film was released in July 2008. It was Jakubisko's first English-language film and an international co-production between the cinemas of Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and the United Kingdom.

Blood Cult (1985)

Blood Cult is an American 1985 slasher film and one of the first to be released on the home video market.

Bloody Pit of Horror (1965)

Bloody Pit of Horror is a 1965 gothic horror film. The film, set in Italy, was directed by Domenico Massimo Pupillo and stars Mickey Hargitay, Walter Brandi, Luisa Baratto and Rita Klein. It tells the story of a group of women modeling for a photo shoot at a castle, whose owner takes on the identity of the Crimson Executioner, bent on their deaths.

Bob & Tom Comedy All-Stars Tour (2007)

Broadcast daily on over 150 radio stations, The Bob & Tom Show is one of the most successful comedy radio shows in the country. Now in this all-star event, the comedians who have helped make Bob & Tom a morning ritual for over 5 million listeners come together on-stage for one sold-out night. This event, taped live at the historic Paramount Theatre in Anderson, Indiana, features the very best of the friends of Bob & Tom including: David Crowe, Mike Birbiglia, Nick Griffin, Ralph Harris and Greg Warren.

Born Sweet (2010)

Arsenic poisons a 15-year-old boy and an entire village in Cambodia.

LeapFrog: Learn to Read at the Storybook Factory (2005)

"Deep inside the Storybook Factory – where pictures, words and imagination bring stories to life – Tad, Lily, Casey and Dot decide to put a few new twists on a classic tale. The result is a fun-filled adventure that turns reading into a delightful game! Special features include sing-along songs to help your little ones learn, complete with a string of read-along words that run across the screen."

LeapFrog: Talking Words Factory II - Code Word Caper (2004)

Leap, Lily and Tad journey to the word factory where the Word Whammer, Sticky-Ick-O-Rama and more amazing machines take letters and make them into words. Humorous ryhming songs and an out-of-control word machine add to the fun.

Le Mans 2015 (2015)

The official review of another sensational edition of the World's premiere endurance event - the 83rd 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Life In A Walk (2015)

After he realizes he has not dealt with the emotions surrounding his father's battle with prostate cancer, Yogi Roth invites his father to take a walk, which changes their lives forever.

Life is Love (2014)

Young women overcome severe adversity to transform their worlds.

Like You Mean It (2015)

Mark is forced to look at himself with courage and honesty when he tries to fall in love with Jonah.

Lois Gibbs And The Love Canal (1982)

An angry housewife stands up to bureaucrats trying to cover up a toxic dumping disaster after discovering her community was once a dump site.

Losing Gracie (2011)

A story of truth.

Love Covers All (2014)

Michael seeks help from a gas station owner when his wife goes into labor after his car breaks down.

love in tokyo (2015)

Tom moves to Tokyo for work, not expecting how isolated the language and culture will make him feel. He dives into social media as a way to feel connected to other people, until he meets a free-spirited girl who draws him out of his online shell.

Lowland Fell (2008)

The story of a teenage girl who makes a remarkable discovery on a remote bog.

Lucifer's Angels (2015)

Ghost hunters encounter hateful spirits in the Catskills.

Maz Jobrani: I'm Not a Terrorist, But I've Played One on TV (2015)

Comedian Maz Jobrani follows up his bestselling book with a hilarious comedy special of the same title, where he takes on political issues, social issues and his kids through the lens of his Iranian-American background.

Metallica/Slayer/Megadeth/Anthrax: The Big 4: Live from Sofia, Bulgaria (2010)

In 2010, for the first time ever, four giants of metal shared one stage for seven European shows. "Big Four," Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax, the final night, at the Sonisphere Festival in Sofia, Bulgaria, was broadcast live via satellite to movie screens around the world. Now this historic concert is available on your screen... which means the best seat in the house is now in your house.

Metro (2013)

Metro (Russian: Метро) is a 2013 Russian action disaster film directed by Anton Megerdichev.

Mojave Phone Booth (2006)

Mojave Phone Booth is an independently produced 2006 film directed by John Putch. The movie is based on a real phone booth in the Mojave Desert that once accepted incoming calls, but has since been removed. The film is composed of the intertwined stories of four Las Vegas people whose lives are each connected by the vandalized but functioning Mojave phone booth. An isolated structure in the desert, some 15 miles from the nearest highway and miles from any other building, the booth became an internet phenomenon in 1997. The movie portrays the stories of four fictional travelers, separately drawn to visit the booth in the hopes the phone there might suddenly ring, allowing them to randomly connect with a stranger (this type of pilgrimage was actually practiced by many people prior to the real booth being removed on May 17, 2000 by Pacific Bell). The travelers are: Beth, who is trying to resolve problems with her love-life, as well as a mysterious, recurring crime; Mary, who is considering resorting to prostitution to escape the depressing circumstances of her life; Alex, a woman who is losing her lover, Glory, to a belief she is plagued by aliens; and Richard, an alcoholic, severely depressed by being separated from his wife, who chances upon the booth after the failure of his suicide attempt.

10 Minute Solution: Fat Blasting Dance Mix (2007)

NO TIME TO EXERCISE? We have the solution for you - the 10 Minute Solution!

9/11: Day That Changed the World (2011)

Learn first-hand how our nation's key decision makers responded in the face of chaos and catastrophe on 9/11.

Aaron Karo: The Rest Is History (2010)

Aaron Karo: The Rest Is History is a standup comedy film that was released in 2000. Aaron Karo presents a standup comedy routine in front of a live audience. The comedian is best known for an email newsletter that contained ramblings about everyday life. Aaron Karo presents a similar style in his standup, and discusses issues such as still being single in his thirties.

A Brokedown Melody (2004)

A Brokedown Melody is a 2004 documentary surf film from Woodshed Films directed by singer/songwriter Jack Johnson and his film school friend Chris Malloy. Presented as a special screening to benefit the Kōkua Hawai'i Foundation at the Hawaii Theatre in Honolulu on August 11, 2004, the film had premieres during the fall of 2004 at the Malibu International Film Festival (MIFF) on September 16, 2004, at the Laguna Beach Festival of Arts during the 2nd annual Moonshine Festival on October 9, 2004, at the Arlington Theater in Santa Barbara in October, 2004, and at the Hawai'i International Film Festival (HIFF) in Honolulu in October, 2004. It is the fourth of The Moonshine Conspiracy films. Combining a wide range of styles of guitar music for the soundtrack, the film captures award-winning cinematography from surfing footage of various locations worldwide: Chile, Hawaii, Mexico, Jamaica, Tahiti in French Polynesia, and Indonesia. Surfers in the film include Tom Curren, Gerry Lopez, C. J. Hobgood, Rob Machado, and Kelly Slater. Also, Jeff Johnson, Jack Johnson's father, and a very youthful John John Florence make special appearances.

A Christmas to Remember (2015)

Two families who have hated each other for years are forced to spend Christmas together.

A Complete History of My Sexual Failures (2008)

A humorous look at life for a loser in love.

A Doll's House (1973)

Torvald and Nora Helmer have been married for eight years and, on the surface at least, their marriage seems exceptionally happy; they have three children, a comfortable home and a healthy income. But when Kristine Linde, an old school friend of Nora's, a widow, penniless but independent-minded, arrives in town and calls on Nora, she gradually discovers that all is not as tranquil and well-ordered as it seems.

Adventures in Odyssey: Someone to Watch Over Me (1996)

Dylan and Jesse are on a smashing safari in the Imagination Station until a glitch in the computer program causes it to end prematurely. But when Dylan goes aboard to retrieve a forgotten backpack, he's catapulted into a series of bizarre events that would amaze even inventor John Avery Whittaker. Gather the whole family for a rousing tale of faith, courage and mystery.