Adventures of Johnny Tao (2008)

Johnny Dow must use the hidden power in the carved dragon head on his father's electric guitar to defeat an ancient demon and his army of sugar-craving kung-fu warriors. With the help of Mika, a beautiful Chinese warrior, they set out to fight the demons, restore peace to the town and - of course - save the world! Directed by former Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Kenn Scott, this family-friendly action adventure features computer generated effects by Richard Kidd (The Matrix, Titanic and Chronicles of Narnia) and high-flying action sequences produced by Marcus Young (Elektra and XXX: State of the Union).

The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley: The Case of the Sea World Adventure (1995)

Our special sleuths take the deep plunge to discover a watery mystery. And what a trule whale of a tale they find when they discover some of the most remarkable creatures in the sea!

A Flintstones Christmas Carol (1994)

A Flintstones Christmas Carol is a 1994 American animated made-for-television film featuring characters from The Flintstones franchise, and based on the novel A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Produced by Hanna-Barbera, it features the voices of Henry Corden, Jean Vander Pyl and Frank Welker. It first aired November 21, 1994 on ABC.

Alien Origin (2012)

Alien Origin is an 2012 American science fiction/Horror film produced by The Asylum and directed by Mark Atkins. The film stars Chelsea Vincent, Peter Pedrero, Philip Coc, Trey McCurley and Daniela Flynn. The film was released direct-to-DVD on June 12, 2012. In the tradition of The Asylum's catalog, Alien Origin is a mockbuster of the Ridley Scott film Prometheus.

Alone For Christmas (2013)

Alone for Christmas is a 2013 comedy film created by the independent film group The Asylum. Is a "loose mockbuster" of film series Home Alone. Alone for Christmas is directed by Joseph J. Lawson, written by Nancy Leopardi, and starring David DeLuise, Kim Little and Davis Cleveland.

Ana and the Others (2003)

Ana and the Others (Spanish: Ana y los otros) is a 2003 Argentine independent drama film directed and written by Celina Murga.

Honeymoon (2015)

A young woman is taken by a psychopath.

Hoxsey: How Healing Becomes a Crime (2005)

A powerful and substantiated exposé of the corrupt medical politics that prevent promising unconventional cancer therapies from being researched, tested and implemented in the United States.

Hunger (2015)

Hunger is a dark, Noirish thriller about apathy and desire. Stranded for the night in a foreign city, Saul retreats into its labyrinthine backstreets, where a chance encounter with a mysterious and seductive woman seems to offer an escape... but the woman, it seems, has quite different plans for him.

Ice Cream (2014)

Ice Cream is a 2014 Telugu language horror fiction film written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma. It stars Navdeep and Tejaswi Madivada in the lead roles. It is the first Indian movie to be filmed with Flowcam System Technology and was released on 12 July 2014. The film deals with a character that is obsessed with eating ice cream and suffers from a nightmare disorder. Upon release, the film became a bomb at the box office.It is declared as disaster.

I Dream of Jeanie (1952)

I Dream of Jeanie is a 1952 musical film based on the songs and life of Stephen Foster who wrote the song "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" from which the title is taken. The film was directed by Allan Dwan for Republic Pictures and was shot in Trucolor. The film is also known as I Dream of Jeanie (with the Light Brown Hair).

If You Don't, I Will (2014)

If You Don't, I Will (French: Arrête ou je continue) is a 2014 French comedy film directed by Sophie Fillières. The film had its premiere in the Panorama section of the 64th Berlin International Film Festival.

In Search of Avery Willard (2012)

Who was Avery Willard? Renowned photographer, experimental filmmaker, gay activist and underground pornographer. This award-winning documentary uncovers the life and work of a groundbreaking, yet forgotten, New York City artist.

Inspired: The Voices Against Prop 8 (2012)

Following the passage of Prop 8, people from all walks of life are inspired to help the cause of gay marriage.

In Transit (2017)

In Transit journeys into the hearts and minds of everyday passengers aboard Amtrak's Empire Builder, the busiest long-distance train route in America. Captured in the tradition of Direct Cinema, the film unfolds as a series of interconnected vignettes, ranging from overheard conversations to moments of deep intimacy, in which passengers share their fears, hopes and dreams. In the space between stations, where 'real life' is suspended, we are swept into a fleeting community that transcends normal barriers, and where a peculiar atmosphere of contemplation and community develops. To some passengers, the train is flight and salvation, to others it is reckoning and loss. But for all, it is a place for personal reflection and connecting with others they may otherwise never know.

Jamie Foxx: Straight from the Foxxhole (1993)

Jamie Foxx: Straight from the Foxxhole is a stand-up comedy television special starring Jamie Foxx. It was released in 1993 and was Foxx's first stand-up special. The special was followed by Jamie Foxx: I Might Need Security in 2002.

Jay Mohr: Happy. And a Lot. (2015)

Stand up comedian Jay Mohr reveals everything from the intimate - marriage, raising a child and more - to the extraordinary in this hilarious comedy special.

Justin Timberlake: Man of the Hour (2013)

Justin Timberlake became more than just a music superstar; he became the consummate entertainer and Renaissance man. With film roles including the critically acclaimed "Social Network," as well as successful stints on "SNL," he has shown how truly versatile he is as a performer.

Kiss Me, Kill Me (2015)

Kiss Me, Kill Me is an independent feature film, directed by Casper Andreas and written by David Michael Barrett, who both produced under their banner, Spellbound Productions. A neo-noir psychological thriller, the movie is a murder mystery about Dusty (Van Hansis) who, while confronting his unfaithful boyfriend, blacks-out. When he comes to, his boyfriend Stephen (Gale Harold) has been murdered, and he's the prime suspect. The picture had its World Premiere September 18, 2015 at Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ International Film Festival, which featured the film as its Spotlight Selection.

Burma's Open Road: An Insight Into Myanymar (2007)

Guided by the insights of a Buddhist monk, we explore the lives of the Burmese intertwined with the reconstruction of the road and the environmental effects it will have on one of Southeast Asia's last remaining wildernesses.

Bury Me Dead (1947)

Bury Me Dead is a 1947 American film noir directed by Bernard Vorhaus. The drama features Cathy O'Donnell, June Lockhart, Hugh Beaumont and Mark Daniels.

Can Do: The Legacy of Jimmie Heuga (2012)

This inspiring documentary chronicles the life of legendary downhill skier Jimmie Huega, who after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1970, dedicated his life to saving himself from a chronic disease by pioneering a philosophy of care for people living with MS. "Can Do: The Legacy of Jimmy Heuga" is a compelling look at the impact each individual can have in the world today.

Capsule (2015)

A British fighter pilot who is in command of Britain's first manned mission to space is stuck alone inside a malfunctioning craft.

Celtic Thunder: Heritage (2011)

Heritage sees Celtic Thunder return to their distinct Irish roots with this inspired collection of songs, which includes the toe-tapping ensemble "A Place In The Choir" and Keith Harkin’s version of the romantic ballad "The Dutchman."

Change the Beat (2015)

Two artists pursuing their dreams in the music business cross paths and learn they have the same father.

Chasing The Devil: Inside the Ex-Gay Movement (2008)

Chasing The Devil: Inside The Ex-Gay Movement, is a documentary film presenting an unflinching look at the personal journeys of four people who claim to have changed their sexual orientation from gay to straight.

Cheaters' Club (2006)

The female patients of a controversial therapist begin to die after she tells them to become adulterers.

Cher: The Farewell Tour (2003)

Cher performs her spectacular farewell tour, packed with her greatest hits and lavish stage effects.

ChinaMan Confidential (2015)

Chinaman confidential tell us the stories of Chinese immigrants in different classes of the Society who immigrate into the United States of America, It is a dramatic story with few unexpected twists. when life its as simple or complex as tragedy itself.

Christmas with the Karountzoses (2015)

A man expects a major promotion at work and plans to announce it during a family party on Christmas Eve. When he doesn't get the promotion, he has to spend the night dealing with crazy relatives and avoiding their questions.

Clinger (2015)

Clinger is a 2015 comedy horror film and the feature film directorial debut of Michael Steves, who co-wrote the film with Gabi Chennisi Duncombe and Bubba Fish.

Collision: Christopher Hitchens vs. Douglas Wilson (2009)

In May 2007, leading atheist Christopher Hitchens and Christian apologist Douglas Wilson began to argue the topic "Is Christianity Good for the World?" in a series of written exchanges published in Christianity Today. The rowdy literary bout piqued the interest of filmmaker Darren Doane, who sought out Hitchens and Wilson to pitch the idea of making a film around the debate. In Fall 2008, Doane and crew accompanied Hitchens and Wilson on an east coast tour to promote the book compiled from their written debate titled creatively enough, Is Christianity Good for the World?. "I loved the idea of putting one of the beltway's most respected public intellectuals together with an ultra-conservative pastor from Idaho that looks like a lumberjack", says Doane. "You couldn't write two characters more contrary. What's more real and punk rock than a fight between two guys who are on complete opposite sides of the fence on the most divisive issue in the world? We were ready to make a movie about two intellectual warriors at the top of their game going one-on-one. I knew it would make an amazing film." In Christopher Hitchens, Doane found a celebrated prophet of atheism. Loud. Funny. Angry. Smart. Quick. An intimidating intellectual Goliath. Well-known for bullying and mocking believers into doubt and doubters into outright unbelief. In Douglas Wilson, Doane found the man who could provide a perfect intellectual, philosophical, and cinematic counterpoint to Hitchens' position and style. A trained philosopher and and deft debater. Big, bearded, and jolly. A pastor, a contrarian, a humorist--an unintimidated outsider, impossible to bully, capable of calling Hitchens a puritan (over a beer). It was a collision of lives. What Doane didn't expect was how much Hitchens and Wilson would have in common and the respectful bond the new friend/foes would build through the course of the book tour. "These guys ended up at the bar la

Condemned (2015)

Condemned is a 2015 American horror comedy film written and directed by Eli Morgan Gesner. It stars Dylan Penn as a rich youth who moves in with her musician boyfriend (Ronen Rubenstein) at a condemned building populated by drug addicts, prostitutes, and shut-ins. After their water supply is tainted, the inhabitants become violently psychotic and attack each other. It premiered at Screamfest in October, had a limited theatrical release on November 13, 2015, and was released on VOD and DVD on January 5, 2016. It is the theatrical debut of both Gesner and Penn.

Cosplay Fetish Battle Drones (2013)

Cosplay Fetish Battle Drones is an American science fiction comedy film that was the first feature film by director and screenwriter Gregg Golding. The movie had its world premiere on December 11, 2013 at Another Hole In The Head International Genre Film Festival, and is a surrealistic parody of Japanese tokusatsu series such as Power Rangers and Kamen Rider.

Cowboy Bill Martin: Let the Laughter Roll (2015)

Cowboy Bill Martin has traveled the world doing his own brand of original stand-up comedy. Now, in his first one-hour special, the man they call, Cowboy Bill returns home to talk about love, the frailty of life and the magnitude of being a modern man. Sure he wears cowboy garb on stage and he speaks with a Texas accent, but his comedy touches people of all cultures.

Cowboys in India (2009)

Cowboys & Indians is a family adventure western film that was released in 2011. A young woman is kidnapped by a group of Indians that are led by a deranged medicine man. The community has no way of getting her back, and so they hire a man who was in the cavalry during the Civil War. The man has to track down the Indians, but when he gets to them he finds out that they are far more frightening than he heard.

Criminal Investigator (1942)

A cub reporter investigates the murder of a showgirl who was the widow of a millionaire.

Crumbs (2015)

A hero embarks on a journey across the Ethiopian apocalyptic landscape to find a way to board a hovering spacecraft.

Dance the Past Into the Future (2014)

"In the avalanche of modern developments, will the mountain-based cultures of northeast Turkey suffocate?" Adventure to gorgeous, pastoral highlands. Get immersed in local music & dance festivity. Discover hope amidst dying traditions.

Dangerous Worry Dolls (2008)

Possessed by tiny dolls, a woman (Jessica Morris) seeks revenge against her tormentors (Deb Snyder, Meredith McClain) at a detention center.

Dante (2014)

Dante's Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. The Divine Comedy finally in film. Dante, desperate after Beatrice's death, has lost control. It's only through a journey in the afterworld that he'll be able to understand his mistakes and redeem himself. The underworld is awaiting him full of challenges and a wise soul's guidance isn't enough when, to be faced, there's especially his own self.

Level 26: Dark Prophecy (2010)

The movie component to Anthony E. Zuiker's best-selling Digi-Novel Dark Prophecy.

Dave Chappelle: Killin' Them Softly (2000)

Originally aired on HBO in 2000, "Killin' Them Softly" is without a doubt one of the funniest standup specials available. You'll never laugh more than you will here. Dave spares no victim as he addresses issues about the Police, Racism, Sesame Street, Kids, and the Government.

Dawn of the Ocean (2014)

The oceans have shaped all life on earth. By combining natural history, history and science, and through a judicious use of CGI, this film sketches a never-before-seen picture of the oceans and how life has evolved under the sea.

Daylight (2013)

Daylight is a 2013 Dutch drama film based on the novel by Marion Pauw.

Day of Miracles (2005)

"Day Of Miracles" is the documentary about the "True-Life-Survivors" of the event at the New York Twin-Towers on September 11, 2001. The "Stars" are the actual survivors of 9/11

William's Doll (1981)

William, an admitted boy, wants a doll, a request so unconventional that it nearly knocks the earth off its axis. We're all modern, forward-thinking folks here at RiffTrax, but the way William looks at his doll still managed to creep us out.

Women on Death Row (2006)

Women on Death Row, an American documentary released by Burrud Productions in 2006, seeks to show viewers multiple sides to the stories of several female death row inmates. From Darlie Routier who was convicted of killing her sons, to Sabrina Butler, the youngest African American female (at 17) to be given a death sentence, Women on Death Row uses interviews, archive footage, and more to tell these women's stories.

Yakona (2014)

A journey down the San Marcos River from its source to the sea.

Yellowstone (1994)

Soar over majestic Yellowstone National Park and plunge deep into its beauty and history. The grand panorama of changing seasons in America's oldest and largest national park provides a stunning backdrop.

Five Across the Eyes (2006)

Five Across the Eyes is a suspense/horror film directed by Greg Swinson and Ryan Thiessen and produced by Trauma One Entertainment. It was shot in 2005 in Morristown, Tennessee, and neighboring Greene County, Tennessee.

Find Your Way: A Busker's Documentary (2014)

The lives of five street performers.

Pillars of Faith: Martyrs to Christianity (1999)

For nearly two thousand years, history has recorded the dramatic and moving stories of those who were prepared to pay the ultimate price for their faith. For these martyrs to Christ, nothing could deflect them from their chosen faith - even as they faced the hangman's rope or the licking flames of a burning fire.

Hugh Laurie: Live On The Queen Mary (2013)

On 26 March this year a dream came true for Hugh Laurie when he took to the stage in the magnificent Art Deco surroundings of the famous liner Queen Mary, now moored permanently at Longbeach, California. The show combines tracks from both of his hugely successful blues albums, "Let Them Talk" from 2011 (UK #2) and the recently released "Didn't It Rain" (UK #3), along with other musical gems. Hugh Laurie leads on vocals, piano and guitar and is supported by the Copper Bottom Blues Band, a fantastic group of musicians and singers. His engaging personality and skilful playing make for a perfect evening of sublime blues in a wonderfully intimate setting.

Rhythm of the Rio Grande (1940)

(1940, Monogram) Tex Ritter, Suzan Dale, Warner Richmond. Seeking revenge on the killer of his pal, Tex rides to Cinco Valley. He is appalled to find the valley's settlers being subjected to theft and terror by a Mexican thug. Great action and songs make this worthwhile. Richmond always makes a great bad guy. From 16mm.

I Thank A Fool (1962)

I Thank a Fool is a 1962 British Metrocolor crime film made by Eaton (De Grunwald Productions) and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in CinemaScope. It was directed by Robert Stevens and produced by Anatole de Grunwald from a screenplay by Karl Tunberg based on the novel by Audrey Erskine Lindop. The music score was by Ron Goodwin and the cinematography by Harry Waxman. The film stars Susan Hayward and Peter Finch with Diane Cilento and Cyril Cusack. Also in the cast are Kieron Moore, Richard Wattis, Athene Seyler, Miriam Karlin, Laurence Naismith, J. G. Devlin, Clive Morton, Richard Leech and Brenda De Banzie.

Termites: The Inner Sanctum (2012)

They cannot tolerate sunlight; some of them are even blind. However they are one of the world's most ingenious builders: Termites. They build highrisers without any technical devices that are, compared to the Empire State Building in New York, 25 times higher.

Hybrid World: The Plan to Modify and Control the Human Race (2012)

Hybrid World: The Plan to Modify and Control the Human Race is a documentary which looks into the nature of humanity. The documentary looks at the hidden plans of governments and scientists around the world. These organizations are plotting in secret to further the plans of transhumanism. Transhumanists believe that humanity should be maimed and altered into something other than human. They believe that people should transcend their humanity. The documentary makes note of the fact that transhumanists don't really care if people actually want to become something other than human. The documentary looks at where humanity came from, and where we're going as a species.

One Shoe Makes It Murder (1982)

A suspended Nevada casino owner (Mel Ferrer) hires an ex-policeman (Robert Mitchum) to find his supposedly missing wife.

Land of Legends (2010)

Hubei Province in subtropical Central China is the Land of Legends and a Thousand Lakes. It dates back to the 7th Century BC, when it was home to the powerful state of CHU. The epic history of Hubei includes the heartbreaking tale of MULAN, the young courageous woman immortalized in the DISNEY hit movie and the evolution of Wudang KUNG FU made world famous in the film "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon". Today, Hubei is home to the THREE GORGES DAM the largest Hydro Electric Plant in the world. This marvel of innovative engineering controls the raging torrents of the mighty Yangtze River, the bloodline of 5000 years of Chinese culture. Hubei is a Hi-Tech center, but its rich history is always present. Time honored traditions prevail in sacred BUDDHIST monasteries and on the Holy Mountain of TAOISM, which inspires the faithful with this eternal mantra of LAO TZU: "Nature has its way and everything has a place where it belongs. Those who tamper with nature will harm it and lose it!"

Blind Beast vs Dwarf (2001)

Blind Beast vs. Dwarf aka Blind Beast vs. Killer Dwarf is a 2001 film by Japanese director Teruo Ishii. It is the last film he directed.

Ultrachrist! (2003)

Ultrachrist is a 2003 comedy film starring Jonathan C. Green as Jesus/Ultrachrist, produced by LeisureSuit Media, written by Kerry Douglas Dye and Jordan Hoffman, and directed by Kerry Douglas Dye.

Narcotic (1934)

A doctor (Harry Cording) begins a descent into drug addiction.

Around the Country (2010)

Follow Youtube personalities / Actors Shawn C Phillips and M.J Kelley on their trip cross country from Maryland to California. Will they make it. Check out the adventure to find out.

Son in Law (1993)

Son in Law is a 1993 American comedy film starring Pauly Shore, Carla Gugino, Lane Smith, Cindy Pickett, Tiffani Thiessen, Patrick Renna, Dan Gauthier and Dennis Burkley.

Karma (2013)

The story follows a preschool teacher (Gail) who is abducted after leaving work on her birthday. Gail's abductor (Zero) is cold and calculating. He shows no remorse as he beats, cuts and electrocutes his victim. As we follow their journey there are visual references to drug use, slavery, rape, revenge and AIDS. The spirit of the film is revealed at its conclusion, when we find out the reason behind brutal abduction asking the audience to explore their own moral beliefs. This is not by any means a happy family film. It is as cold as life itself dealing with common events that most people tend to gasp at or blind-out when they appear on the evening news. However in an unthreatening theatrical environment, the script tends to tell a story people will seeming be entertained by (we are all sick!).

The Alamo Documentary: A True Story of Courage (2004)

Controversy has always been part of the history and legend of the Alamo. Whether they hold traditional or revisionist views, people are passionate about their opinions. See the true story of the Alamo in this fascinating documentary.

The Hammer of God (1970)

A Chinese boxer seeks vengeance against a group of murderous Japanese thugs.

Europe: Live at Sweden Rock - 30th Anniversary Show (2013)

This concert which was filmed at Sweden Rock Festival in June 2013 is not only a massive greatest hits show in front of 30,000 people, it also marks the 30th anniversary of the band. They celebrate by playing 28 songs spanning their whole career. Between the heavy rock songs they also sit down for an emotional acoustic set which brings an intimate feel to this otherwise massive arena show.

The Sexy Adventures of Van Helsing (2004)

From Seduction Cinema Studios, creators of the classic erotic spoofs Erotic Survivor, Play-Mate of the Apes and Lord of the G-Strings, comes a new and hilarious parody with plenty of bite and a lot at stake! It's a battle to save the hearts, minds, bodies and souls of the beautiful women of Ellinville University when dashing and beautiful monster-hunter Wilhelmina Van Helsing - great-great-granddaughter of the legendary vampire killer - battles it out with the nocturnal seductress Countess Dracula.

Billy The Kid's Round-Up (1941)

(1941, PRC) Buster Crabbe, Al. St. John, Carleton Young, Charlie King, Joan Barclay. When outlaw trouble brews, a town sheriff sends for Buster and Al. When they ride into town they find the sheriff has been killed! The bad guys then target the local newspaper when Fuzzy decides to run for sheriff. One of Buster's very best PRCs. 16mm.

Beyond There (2012)

Beyond the Lights tells the story of an unlikely romance between an up-and-coming pop star and a policeman who intervenes when she considers ending her own life.

Reaching for the Moon (1931)

Reaching for the Moon is a 1930 American Pre-Code black and white musical film. Originally released at 91 minutes; surviving versions are usually cut to 62 minutes. A 74-minute version aired in 1998 on USA cable channel AMC. The DVD version runs just under 72 minutes. The film's working title was Lucky Break and is known as Para alcanzar la Luna in Spain. It is not to be confused with the Fairbanks silent film, Reaching for the Moon (1917).

Onde Nostre (2010)

Onde Nostre is a lifestyle documentary film that shows the peculiarity of the Italian surf scene and the beauty of this sport, even in a country that's not usually considered a top destination for catching waves. With this film we intend show the passion and high level of the Italian surfers. The film is shot mainly in 16mm and super 8 and only a small part is shot digital in order to emphasize the beauty of the landscape. The film has a romantic approach to surfing. Action has a great relevance, with slow motion segments and an emotional editing. Onde Nostre also shows Italian surfers lifestyles and the endless search for good waves in the Mediterranean sea. We travelled in spring of 2010 between Liguria, Tuscany and Sardinia. The film breathes the grand and powerful landscapes where nature and our surfers are living in symbiosis. We had the chance to get into the lives of our riders, recording their emotions, their expectations and their joy. Showing parts were the human aspects and the hard part of being an athlete comes out. Onde Nostre is a tribute to our sea (Mare Nostrum) and to the their people that keep on searching, believing in a simple life style made of small but important values: friendship, nature, the joy of doing what we love to do.

Kites (2008)

'Kites' tells the inspiring story of Kabul's budding young video producers. Through a clever combination of the students' video and their mentor Jacek Szaranski's artful camera work, we take a look at the use of video and high tech in a world more commonly associated with a backward and warmongering existence. A world where under the Taliban it was forbidden to show pictures of human beings, let alone for young women to operate video cameras. 'Kites' tells the story of the potential of young Afghans and their yearning for modernity.

11/4/08 (2010)

Footage from around the world on the day Obama was elected President.

A Sense of Wonder (2009)

The program is an intimate reflection of author Rachel Carson's life as she emerges as America's most successful advocate for the natural world. Using many of Miss Carson's own words, it depicts Carson in the final year of her life. Carson recounts with both humor and anger the attacks by the chemical industry, the government, and the press as she focuses to get her message to Congress and the American people.

A Short History Of Decay (2014)

A Short History of Decay is an American comedy film written and directed by Michael Maren. It stars Bryan Greenberg, Linda Lavin, Harris Yulin, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Benjamin King and Kathleen Rose Perkins. Though its title is taken from the work of philosophy by Emil Cioran, it is not an adaptation of the book. The film was shot in October and November 2012 in Wilmington, North Carolina, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, and New York City. It premiered at the Hamptons International Film Festival on October 12, 2013 and it opened theatrically at the Village East Cinema on May 16, 2014.

A Year And Change (2015)

A Year and Change is an independent drama, filmed in Maryland in December 2013.

Alexander The Last (2009)

Alexander the Last is a 2009 American drama film directed by Joe Swanberg. The film is a drama about a married actress and her sister.

Applesauce (2015)

Applesauce is a 2015 horror comedy film written and directed by Onur Tukel. The film stars Tukel, Max Casella, Trieste Kelly Dunn, Jennifer Prediger, and Dylan Baker.

Archon Defender (2009)

An orphan (Katie Uhlmann) learns how to tap into inner powers and face down her feelings of despair to wage battle with an evil empress.

Art Of Darkness (2012)

An unhinged photographer captures a young woman and plans to make her his latest blood-splattered masterpiece.

Ballin' at The Graveyard (2012)

Filmmakers Basil Anastassiou and Paul Kentoffio experience the culture and community of pickup basketball to see how street ballers live and play.

Baran (2001)

Baran (Persian: باران ‎‎; literally: Rain) is a 2001 Iranian film directed by Majid Majidi, based on an original script by Majid Majidi. The movie is set during recent times in which there are a large number of Afghan refugees living on the outskirts of Tehran. Almost a silent movie, Baran won a number of awards both nationally and internationally for the director and writer Majid Majidi.

Johnny Berlin Part 2: Notes from the Dumpster (2008)

JOHNNY BERLIN PART 2: NOTES FROM THE DUMPSTER picks up where JOHNNY BERLIN left off, right after Johnny's tour of duty as a porter aboard a luxury train ended. In PART 2, we find Johnny lying in a hotel room bed, talking about how he gambled away all but five dollars of the money he had saved for his trip while working on the train, and thus ended up destitute in Phnom Penh where he had visions of leaping off of a bridge into the Mekong River. Filled with profundity, existential crises and anecdotes like the one above, JOHNNY BERLIN PART 2 is the continuing story of an oddball's mid-life crisis and his attempts to overcome his internal dark obsessions in his own humorous, and often enlightening, fashion.

Cold Heart Canyon (2008)

Heather, a beautiful divorcee finds peace in the secluded Laurel Canyon. But, all is not so quiet in the canyon that holds forbidden secrets. Things start to heat up, when Heather meets an attractive couple, Marisa and Daniel, whose intentions are to lure her into a life of eroticism. When Marisa mysteriously disappears, Heather is flooded with suspicion of her new lover Daniel. How well does she really know him? Could the man she has given herself to be a cold blooded murderer or just another dark secret in Cold Heart Canyon?

Beauty Knows No Pain (1972)

In 1940, the Kilgore College Rangerettes became the first dancing drill team in the nation. They have been performing at half-time shows during college football games ever since. The first director of the program, Miss Gussie Nell Davis, oversaw the Rangerettes for forty years before retiring in 1979. In 1971 filmmakers caught Miss Davis overseeing the summer camp, where young girls work hard in the hopes of finding a coveted spot in this elite cheerleading group. Beauty Knows No Pain is a film about the young ladies who come from all over the country to compete in a two-week drill, knowing that not all of them will make the cut. Through the difficult but rewarding process, Miss Davis tries to imbue her charges with enthusiasm, energy, and a non-stop smile. The latter part of the film focuses on one member from North Dakota, who, in her second year, has embodied all of the spirit the Rangerettes represent. At the end of the two week camp, the girls gather to see who is in, who has been chosen as an alternate, and who will go home unfulfilled. The girls meet their triumph and disappointment with shrieks and tears.

At the House of Madness (2008)

Sarah thinks her home is built on cursed land. Previous uncanny events seem to bear this out . . . like the woman who discovers a locked book of spells and finds murder the only key to open it . . . or the odd man and his ventriloquist dummy, neither of which are what they appear . . . and what happens to Sarah when she appeals to the patron saint of home-selling to try and get away from the horrors which dwell.

Murder In Mind (1997)

Murder in Mind is a 1997 crime film directed by Andrew Morahan.

Theft (2007)

When a naïve small-town boy falls hopelessly in love with an unrepentant criminal, the shockwave created by their forbidden union threatens to rock a conservative American town to its very core.

Made In Europe (2007)

As US troops enter Afghanistan, three groups of Turkish people are gathering in three European cities (Madrid, Paris, Berlin). Each group is a microcosm of Turkish society in Europe, where these individuals are seeking - or living without - residence permission after years of living like a ghost from one country to next. Apart from their legal status, they are ordinary people facing universal conflicts that involve manhood and humiliation, insecurities and women, kinship and betrayal, superiority and self-pity...Together they constitute the schizophrenic nature of the immigrant world, reminding us that they are not problems living in Europe but living people.

Vamps, Blood & Smoking Guns (2012)

A private detective (Martha Harms) must save her client (Ian Sinclair) from a vampire cult that wants to drink his blood.

John Loves Mary (1949)

John Loves Mary is a 1949 comedy film directed by David Butler and written by Henry Ephron and Phoebe Ephron. The film stars Ronald Reagan, Patricia Neal and Jack Carson. The film was released by Warner Bros. on February 19, 1949. It is based on the Broadway play John Loves Mary written by Norman Krasna, Feb 04, 1947 - Feb 07, 1948 at the Booth Theatre and Music Box Theatre, New York, NY.

Sermons and Sacred Pictures (1989)

SERMONS AND SACRED PICTURES profiles Reverend L.O. Taylor, a Memphis-based Baptist minister who in the 1930s and 40s built a fiery reputation by lacing his sermons with parables, fables and dramatic visual descriptions. Taylor was also an inspired photographer and filmmaker with a keen interest in preserving a visual and aural record of the fabric of black American life. He photographed and filmed businesses and schools, the National Baptist Convention, baptisms, funerals, and individuals in the quiet dignity of their everyday lives. Over the years he compiled an extraordinary record of Southern black life before the Civil Rights movement. This film is an innovative combination of Taylor's films and audio recordings, images of contemporary Memphis, and commentary by his widow and others who knew him, forming an intertwined narrative about the pioneering documentarian and social activist. Taylor emerges as a man of humor, piety and intelligence, vibrantly involved in the community he loved.

UFO Chronicles: Pilot Encounters and Underground Bases (2013)

Relive UFO stories and first-person encounters in a documentary that explores aliens visiting earth. In this edition of UFO Chronicles, we learn personal stories from pilots who have dealt with UFOs in the middle of flight. This includes small planes, commercial planes, and intense pilot survival stories. Along with the tales from pilots, the chronicles explore underground military bases and strange stories of UFO cover-ups.

The Kennedy Curse: An Unauthorized Story on the Kennedys (2013)

Americans are fascinated by the "royal" status of the Kennedys and their dynasty that has mesmerized generations. To this day their legacy lives on. The Kennedy family has long been plagued by tragedy and scandal. Despite this, they have brought major positive change to the world, in often difficult times.

Bombhunters (2006)

Bombhunters is a 2006 documentary film produced and directed by Skye Fitzgerald, that documents the effects of unexploded ordnance on Cambodian people, both within their homeland and in the US.

American Zombie (2007)

American Zombie is a 2007 American mockumentary horror film directed by Grace Lee, written by Rebecca Sonnenshine and Lee, and starring Lee and John Solomon as documentary filmmakers who investigate a fictional subculture of real-life zombies living in Los Angeles.

Celebrity Trials in the Media (2012)

View some of the most talked about celebrity trials without entering a court room. From Michael Jackson to OJ Simpson, you will see why the celebrities were on trial and how the case ended for the defendant. Some of the people involved were on trial for murder, and others were in front of a judge for child abuse and drinking while driving.