What's Wrong with Frank Chin? (2005)

This insightful documentary explores the life of Frank Chin, the godfather of modern Asian Americanism. Taking a look at his life story and the many controversies raging over him during the past thirty years, the film reveals the much larger implications of the literary, ideological and cultural changes taking place in Asian America.

Homie Spumoni (2006)

A man (Donald Faison) raised in an Italian-American family experiences culture shock when he meets his biological parents.

Nobuyuki Tsujii at White Nights (2013)

Blind since birth, pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii believes that “there are no barriers in the field of music.” At the age of twelve, he made noted recital debuts at Tokyo’s Suntory Hall. In 2009 Nobu won the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Gold Medal, his Carnegie Hall debut took place in November 2011. For the first time Nobuyuki Tsujii plays together with Maestro Valery Gergiev, live recorded from the Mariinsky Concert Hall in St. Petersburg.

The Funeral... Again! (2008)

Charlie Habberstock was 56 when he died for the first time. Otherwise a rather unexceptional man, he went on to die three more times, much to the chagrin of his wife, his friends and neighbours.

Danger Dave (2014)

Professional skateboarder David Martelleur talks about his life as a professional skateboarder and bemoans the fact that he's on his last legs.

La sixième face du pentagone (1968)

On October 21, 1967, over 100,000 protestors gathered in Washington, D.C., for the Mobilization to End the War in Vietnam. It was the largest protest gathering yet, and it brought together a wide cross-section of liberals, radicals, hippies, and Yippies. Che Guevara had been killed in Bolivia only two weeks previously, and, for many, it was the transition from simply marching against the war, to taking direct action to try to stop the 'American war machine.' Norman Mailer wrote about the events in Armies of the Night. French filmmaker Chris Marker, leading a team of filmmakers, was also there, and made THE SIXTH SIDE OF THE PENTAGON.

Rock & Roll Superhero (2004)

A suburban indie-rock band meets the Big Apple and a cyborg costume comes to life in Rock and Roll Superhero, the true story of Watt White and his quest for a record deal. After producing two CDs that failed to get the attention of the music industry, Watt had a new concept: a rocking band of comic book superheroes. Selling athletic footwear by day, by night he morphed into a seven-foot tall cyborg named "Machine." His transformation and dream of success inspired the making of Rock and Roll Superhero.

Griefwalker (2008)

This is a movie that was filmed over the course of 12 years. It is about the life of a man who works with people who are dying. The goal of the movie is to give viewers and insight as to death and what it is like for the both the person and the family. There are discussions on how to deal with the grief of death.

Hubby/Wifey (2005)

From 1911 to 1946, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas lived together in Paris as husband and wife. Although they were not "out" as lesbians, the inseparable duo forged a prophetic and enduring same-sex union. In HUBBY/WIFEY, a modern lesbian couple shares a fever dream with their foremothers, Gertrude and Alice, of the joys and trials of gay marriage. The film pays homage to Stein's legendary salon of Parisian visionaries, Man Ray, Picasso, Dali and Buñuel and is set to a love letter Stein wrote late one night in the early 1920's for her beloved to find on the morning of her birthday.

1040: Christianity in the New Asia (2010)

1040 is a documentary film about Christianity in the "10/40 Window". Directed by Evan Jackson Leong, the film is narrated by musician Jaeson Ma, who travels to several countries including China, South Korea, and Singapore. Ma describes the growth of Christianity in Asia as one of the greatest Christian Revivals in history.

Red River (2011)

In the backwoods of Kentucky a family man named Roland (Dave Haney) does not like strangers, and when a group of city kids sets up a camp on his property, it sparks a chain of deadly events that ends with bloodshed, dismemberment and mass murder.

Dope Game 2 (2003)

There's more trouble in Oakland when the police task force, made up of the best trained and best-armed police soldiers anywhere, are up to no good.

Andrea Perron: House Of Darkness House Of Light (2013)

For almost a decade, Andrea and her family lived among the dead. There, they came to understand that they were not alone and there is something beyond mortal existence. Devon Belanger and Angie Stockman take you on the journey with the Perron family as Andrea shares her experiences, including the battle with the ghost of Bathsheba and the curse she placed on the Perron family. Andrea also discusses her theories regarding the hauntings and touches on the topics of other dimensions, UFOs and other anomalous phenomena!

Dumpster Baby (2000)

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The Cursed Island (2014)

Indian guy Sajan goes to an isolated island in Japan to find the very rare spice which is believed to grow human hair, but he finds out that the island is cursed. This is a first feature film by Japanese director Taro Imai.

Forbidden Fruit (2010)

After an employee of a drug manufacturer dumps male sexual enhancement pills into an irrigation ditch, the orchard downstream reaps the benefits when consumers experience enhanced sexual performance.

Yoga for the Rest of Us with Peggy Cappy: Back Care Basics (2007)

Just as Peggy Cappy has modified yoga poses in her earlier videos Yoga for the Rest of Us and More Yoga for the Rest of Us to make yoga accessible to every body, Peggy now turns her attention to stretches and exercises that are most beneficial to back care. Strong, healthy back muscles provide support for your spine and result in more energy and vitality in everything you do.

Wa-shoku Dream: Beyond Sushi (2015)

The past and the future of Japan's traditional cultural cuisine.

The Little Things (2014)

The Little Things is a snowboard movie project based on environmentally conscious riders who are inspirational through their riding, as well as their sustainable ways of living and thinking.

L'Olimpiade (2008)

Baldassarre Galuppi was considered the leading exponent of Venetian comic opera, if not the absolute creator. Though he was shortly forgotten after his death, opera buffa gave him international fame, and it's only recently that his serious operas have begun to receive serious attention. Composed according to tradition, with the use of new arias displaying various affetti (fury, contrast, outrage) as well as others borrowed from contemporary operas, this dramma per musica is a consistent work, where music and text are one, and the seven characters and their emotions are strongly portrayed. The opera takes place in Olimpia during the games, and focuses on a complicated love intrigue. Megacle and Aristea are in love, but the maid is also loved by Megacle's friend Licida. Megacle owes his life to Licida, and therefore to honour this friendhip he is forced to win his beloved's hand for him. The situation gets more complicated, tragedy seems to darken the horizon, but the final happy ending settles things. Pietro Metastasio wrote the libretto in Vienna in 1733, and many musicians put it in music: among the most famous Vivaldi, Pergolesi and Paisiello.

Teague: Design & Beauty (2014)

The life and work of American designer, Walter Dorwin Teague.

I'll Take Sweden (1965)

I'll Take Sweden is a 1965 comedy film directed by Frederick de Cordova, and starring Bob Hope, Frankie Avalon, and Tuesday Weld.

Easy To Wed (1946)

Easy to Wed is a 1946 Technicolor American musical comedy film directed by Edward Buzzell and starring Van Johnson, Esther Williams, Lucille Ball, and Keenan Wynn. The screenplay by Dorothy Kingsley is an adaptation of the screenplay of the 1936 film Libeled Lady by Maurine Dallas Watkins, Howard Emmett Rogers, and George Oppenheimer.

Iggy & The Stooges: Raw Power Live - In the Hands of the Fans (2011)

Through an online contest, six fans are selected to film Iggy & the Stooges' legendary reunion September 3, 2010 performing "Raw Power" to a stunned crowd at the All Tomorrow's Parties Festival. Following the performance, the fans meet and interview the band. Experience the fan's joy as they witness a classic performance and meet their heroes face to face. "In the Hands of the Fans" brings the fans closer to the band and the music closer to you.

Satanic Panic (2009)

Inspired by true events, this bloody chiller tells the story of young Toby and Cindy Richards, who are abducted by a satanic cult. Although Cindy escapes, Toby is never found, and Cindy remains haunted by the ordeal. Twenty-five years later, a group of friends reunites for a camping trip, which goes horribly awry when they're stranded near the site of Cindy's abduction and terrorized by fiendish satanists looking for sacrificial victims.

Yoga for the Rest of Us with Peggy Cappy: Heart Healthy Yoga with Peggy Cappy (2009)

Peggy Cappy, creator of the Yoga for the Rest of Us series, now offers a heart healthy approach to yoga in her signature gentle style that every body can do. Two separate workouts, in this 100-minute program, are designed for total beginners and yoga experts alike. Make this your daily routine aimed at improving your heart health as well as your overall health.

Coexist (2014)

In Coexist, Rwanda’s unprecedented social experiment in government-mandated reconciliation is revealed for the first time through the eyes of a diverse range of survivors: victims, perpetrators, and those who bore witness to the 1994 genocide.

Ballad of the Little Soldier (1984)

Ballad of the Little Soldier (German: Ballade vom kleinen Soldaten) is a 1984 documentary film directed by Werner Herzog about children soldiers in Nicaragua. The film focuses on a group of Miskito Indians who used children soldiers in their resistance against the Sandinistas. Herzog made and co-directed the film at the request of his friend Denis Reichle, who himself served as a child-soldier in the Volkssturm at age fourteen in the aftermath of World War II. The film is often cited as Herzog's most explicitly political, though Herzog denies that he had any specific statement on the politics of the Sandinistas. Herzog has said that the film is about child soldiers, and could have been made in any of several countries where child soldiers exist.

Sinbad and the Minotaur (2011)

Sinbad and the Minotaur is an Australian 2011 fantasy B-Movie directed by Karl Zwicky serving as an unofficial sequel to the 1947 Douglas Fairbanks Jr. film and Harryhausen's Sinbad trilogy. It combines Arabian Nights hero Sinbad the Sailor with the Greek legend of the Minotaur.

All Star Comedy Jam (2009)

Cedric the Entertainer, one of the Original Kings of Comedy known for his roles in Ice Age, Barbershop and Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins, once again commands the stage as he hosts the ALL STAR COMEDY JAM. Cedric delivers on stage and has hand-picked some of the industry’s most talented and sought after comedians, Kevin Hart, Tommy Davidson, Aries Spears and DeRay Davis, to follow his act. No topic is off limits with these comedians, everything from politics and religion to current events, and even a few jabs are thrown at the host, NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal. Filmed in front of a live audience during All-Star Weekend in Phoenix, AZ, these comedians are sure to deliver non-stop laughs in this energetic and memorable night of comedy.

Bierce the Revelator (2015)

Nothing is off limits. Nothing is sacred. Timothy Patrick Miller takes us on a wild ride as legendary master storyteller, Ambrose Bierce. Five epic adventures courtesy of the timeless wit, irreverent social satire, and take no prisoners political incorrectness of Ambrose Bierce. The show one critic dubbed "brain food for the starving"! Eat up. Dinner is served.

Senior Conundrum (2015)

Senior Conundrum is a suspense-thriller centered on a toxic mother/ daughter relationship and a love triangle among 'friends'. It doesn't take long for bad blood to surface among this group of high school friends. What results is an inscrutable dilemma. The perfect storm is brewing for mystery to take place when these seniors plan a devious senior prank. After breaking into the school one night, revenge rears its ugly head and the friends soon realize they have a conundrum to solve and escape alive. The Plan was Simple....Break into the school...and make our Senior Year a Bang..But things become inscrutable. Will these seniors figure out the mystery that haunts them? Sometimes we create our own nightmares!

1905 (1956)

Mother (Russian: Мать, translit. Mat, also released as 1905) is a 1955 Soviet drama film directed by Mark Donskoy and based on the eponymous novel by Maxim Gorky. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.

Tierra Madre (2010)

TIERRA MADRE is based on the true story of Aidee González, a woman determined to raise her children with her female partner in the Mexican border town of Tecate and shows the independence and the solidarity that exits among women of all ages, and a mother's determination to provide a better future for her daughter..

Sitting Ducks (1980)

Sitting Ducks is a 1980 American comedy film directed by Henry Jaglom. The film follows the adventures of two small-time hoods (Zack Norman and Michael Emil, Jaglom’s real-life brother) who steal a considerable amount of cash from a gambling syndicate. While fleeing by car down the U.S. eastern seaboard for a chartered airplane that will take them to Central America, they pick up a pair of vivacious young ladies and an unsuccessful singer-songwriter. The film competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1980 Cannes Film Festival.

Cantankerous Titles & Obscure Ephemera, Vol. 1 (2008)

A new DVD collection of short documentaries by Joe Biel about bikes, trains, dogs, patches, and the board game RISK. Films include: 'Martinis in the Bike Lane', 'Of Dice & Men', 'Central Kansas, Canvas Central', 'Last Train Out of North America', 'Cowboy Hat & A Cane'.

End of the World (2013)

Disaster fanatics use their knowledge of apocalyptic movies to save the world when plasma starts falling from the sky.

Archetype of the UFO (2008)

The world of UFO's and Aliens is filled with controversy, speculation and mystery. What are the UFO's? Do they exist in reality or are they drawn from somewhere within the mind of man? Do they they emanate from another dimension altogether or are they ancient archetypes that we have forgotten with the sands of time? The Archetype of the UFO tackles these dilemmas head on, going where few UFO documentaries have dared to go before. As we near 2012, we now need to abandon any previous notions about this phenomenon and delve deeper into this fascinating realm that lures the entire human race toward its future destiny. Be prepared to think again, outside of standardized reasoning and journey with us into a new paradigm on this controversial and mounting subject. Joining O. H. Krill and Philip Gardiner in this search is Nick Pope, the real-life Fox Mulder with his incredible and unique insight from his days leading the British Ministry of Defense UFO Project.

Living To Die (1990)

An old friend (Asher Brauner) wants a private eye (Wings Hauser) to get him out of a blackmail mess over a hooker (Darcy DeMoss) found dead.

Adventures in Odyssey: Baby Daze (1998)

An evil scientist! Runaway robots! And kidnapping? Oh, my! When a baby shows up on the doorstep of Whit's End, the place becomes a flurry of splattered food, dirty diapers, and talking sock-puppets! Eugene wants to study the child's behavior in the name of "science." But events force Eugene to decide which is more valuable--the advance of science or a life made in the image of God.

Linkin Park: Frat Party at the Pankake Festival (2001)

"Frat Party At The Pankake Festival" features 6 music videos including "One Step Closer," "In The End" and "Cure For The Itch." Also includes live performances of "Points Of Authority" and "Crawling" taped at the Dragon Festival in Southern California in February 2001.

Santa Fe Stampede (1938)

Santa Fe Stampede is a 1938 American "Three Mesquiteers" Western film directed by George Sherman and starring John Wayne, Ray Corrigan, and Max Terhune. Wayne played the lead in eight of the fifty-one films in the popular series.

No New Kinda Story: The Real Story of Tooth & Nail Records (2013)

Tooth & Nail Records was started in 1993 by Brandon Ebel and quickly became the most controversial record label of the ‘90s. No New Kinda Story is a no-holds-barred, behind the scene look at the rise, fall, and rebirth of the iconic label.

Model Behaviour (2013)

Model Behaviour is an Australian action film, directed by Nathan Hill. It was released on Christmas 2013.

Painted Lies (2014)

A single mother steals to make ends meet.

The Violent Kind (2008)

A war veteran (Kirk Harris) tries to reconnect with his wife and his father.

A Portrait of Female Desperation (2012)

In this completely improvised mockumentary, questionably talented documentary filmmaker Angie hopes to save her failed career by turning her camera on the all-time low point in her longtime roommate Diane's desperate search for love.

The South (2000)

The South is all about New Zealand; with local riders, trails and music it is an honest documentation of New Zealand riding and the southern style. In the second mountain biking film by Pieter Reichwein and Toby Nowland-Foreman, The South features a mix of young local talent and top level professional riders on some of New Zealands best trails and jump parks.

Thunderstruck 13 (2014)

There are storm chasers... And there are “the-day-after-the-storm” chasers. Team Thunderstruck has perfected the chase of perfect weather days and Thunderstruck 13 is a magnificent example of how they slay and shred those sunny, powder-filled days!

You Can't Get Away with Murder (1939)

You Can't Get Away with Murder is a 1939 crime drama starring Humphrey Bogart and Gale Page. The film was directed by Lewis Seiler and features "Dead End Kid" leader Billy Halop. The movie is one of Bogart's studio B pictures filmed before his famous breakthrough in High Sierra two years later. Alternate title for this film, Chalked Out.

The Optimists of Nine Elms (1973)

The Optimists of Nine Elms, also known as The Optimists, is a 1973 British drama film starring Peter Sellers and directed by Anthony Simmons, who also wrote the 1964 novel upon which the film is based. The film is about an old street musician (played by Sellers) who strikes up a friendship with two children - Liz, played by Donna Mullane, and her young brother Mark, played by John Chaffey. Neither of the child actors were featured in future films. A young Keith Chegwin also played a small role in the film. The screenplay had originally been written several years earlier as a comeback vehicle for Buster Keaton.

The Last Days of Pompeii (1913)

An influential Italian epic that paved the way for the elaborate costume drama, The Last Days Of Pompeii romanticizes the final hours of those ill-fated souls living in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius.

Scruff: A Christmas Tale (2009)

You won't believe the trouble that this cute little dog gets into! Meet Scruff, a puppy with endless curiosity and energy to spare. It's Christmas Eve and Scruff has some tasty treats that he won't share, but after meeting the ghosts from Christmas past, present and future, he learns the true meaning of Christmas and the importance of friends and sharing.

It Happened in the Park (1953)

It Happened in the Park (Italian: Villa Borghese) is a 1953 film directed by Vittorio de Sica and Gianni Franciolini. The film consists of six vignettes set in the Villa Borghese gardens in Rome.

Nous York (2012)

Two women (Leïla Bekhti, Géraldine Nakache) spend time in New York City with three men who grew up with them in a French housing development.

Predators at War (2005)

Follow Africa's mega-predators as they struggle for survival in a cruel season of deprivation on South Africa's Mala Mala Reserve. To survive, they must compete for the same resources using every physical and psychological weapon in their arsenals. Who will emerge as top predator? What will it take to survive? From the perspective of the very creatures now pitted against one another, this film reveals the ultimate inside look at animal survival through groundbreaking images, innovative story-telling and the visual language of war.

The System Within (2006)

The System Within is a 2006 film starring Chingy, Taimak, Kim Porter, Bryce Wilson, Tariq Alexander, and Hawthorne James. The film is directed by Dale Resteghini.

Going Under (1991)

Going Under (also known as Dive!) is a 1991 comedy film starring Bill Pullman, Wendy Schaal, Chris Demetral, Tyrone Granderson Jones, Dennis Redfield, Lou Richards, Ernie Sabella, Elmarie Wendel, Ned Beatty, Robert Vaughn, and Roddy McDowall. The film was directed by Mark W. Travis and written by Randolph Davis and Darryl Zarubica.

Coline (Les amis de mes amis) (2011)

Citizens, farmers, and scientists from all across the French countryside voice their concerns and observations about the risky new trends being used to produce the food supply. Many different viewpoints on a variety of specific issues all draw the conclusion that altering the natural process that creates food is an ultimately deadly proposition. Everything, from the soil to the plants to the products neatly arranged on the supermarket shelves, is examined for the impact man has upon its health. France is a country struggling just to provide healthy sustainable agriculture for its people in a world dominated by unscrupulous corporations.

Where The Dogs Divide Her (2011)

An unidentified man sits in a house with blood on his hands.

Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping (2002)

Filmmakers Dietmar Post and Lucia Palacios have accompanied the Reverend and his troupe over the period of an entire year. The film follows the Reverend's "shopping interventions/actions" into cultural dead zones within the island of Manhattan such as Starbucks, Disney and the New York University construction site at the Edgar Allan Poe House. Reverend Billy, a.k.a. Bill Talen, is an actor/performance artist and a leading figure in the anti-globalization movement. His work combines the forces of social and political change with the means of theater arts to counteract our media culture. His artistic and political work is influenced by various concepts of "street theater." His disruptions or "shopping interventions" in public spaces are in the tradition of the Living Theater, Jos Bov, Lenny Bruce, The Yippies. New York Times theater critic Jonathan Kalb calls his work "the most hilarious and pointed political theater in New York, something that has to be done in the risky environment of the street." The actions/performances inside and outside of Starbucks coffee shops and Disney stores often end with the Reverend being arrested. He calls it stepping into somebody's imagined box. The police call it illegal trespassing. The Reverend claims that social change always begins with civil disobedience and includes as his heroes the civil rights, peace and labor movements. Americans, according to Reverend Billy, lead fake lives: we gobble up the mono-culture peddled by transnational conglomerates; we buy whatever stores sell us; and, consequently, we live consumerist fictions. We become, in his words, tourists in our own lives. Dietmar Post and Lucia Palacioss REVEREND BILLY AND THE CHURCH OF STOP SHOPPING focuses on Reverend Billy (NYC performance artist Bill Talen) and his devout group of disciples as they crusade against the synthetic and corruptive aspects of todays hyper-consumerist culture. Talen tirelessly labors to organize actionsranging from choir-singing protests to rooftop speechesthat urge people to stop shopping and to realize the threat lurking beneath the veneer of commodification. Working to create real change through his activism, Talen leads his followers to the streets to recite The Raven in protest of NYUs planned demolition of the Edgar Allan Poe House. Concerned with how transnational corporations colonize our mental-scapes and destroy local neighborhoods, the charismatic preacher thrives on staging infiltrations of the Disney Store or boycotts of Starbucks, even if it means frequent run-ins with the NYPD. In the style of Direct Cinema, filmmakers Dietmar Post and Lucia Palacios expertly observewithout interruptionReverend Billy in action and confrontation. As a result, the most rewarding aspect of REVEREND BILLY AND THE CHURCH OF STOP SHOPPING is its proficiency in accessing Talens truly human sidehis humor, self-deprecation, and intelligencewhich in turn reveals what is genuinely empowering and inspiring about the man and his mission.

Kill the Golden Goose (1979)


Jezebeth (2011)

A devil-worshipping sadist discovers a 19th-century diary in the attic of her ancestral home. She succeeds in breaking the code within, giving her the power to summon a powerful demon.

Out in the Line-up (2014)

Two gay surfers travel the globe to uncover the taboo of homosexuality in surfing.

It Had to be You (2007)

When Thomas meets Florence in a supermarket, he doesn't recognize the girl he first kissed in the school playground. Now, Thomas is a video game journalist with a broken heart after his girlfriend dumped him. Florence has two children and an unfaithful husband. After Florence's marriage falls apart, Thomas assumes they will resurrect their childhood romance. But he soon discovers that life is not a romantic comedy. Florence continues to look for love, but in all the wrong places. Thomas gives up on love and moves to New York, a place Florence has never looked before...

Dixie Days (1930)

Dixie Days is a 1930 animated short film which was produced by The Van Beuren Corporation and released by Pathe.

When the Smoke Clears (2008)

Shawn and Ray fall deeper into the dark world of drug addiction until an old friend helps them see there is more to life.

Today We Saw the Face of God (2011)

Twenty-three medical volunteers in Haiti survive the earthquake and help survivors.

Birds of Norfolk: A Bird Watchers Dream (2010)

Birds of Norfolk is one of the most beautiful films available from one of the world's most diverse natural habitats. Norfolk, England, has an amazing array of wildlife and in this wonderful film, nature photographers, Rob and Jill Wilson, show over 100 species of birds including the Bittern, Black-winged Stilt, Spoonbill, White-crowned Sparrow, Marsh Harrier and the Slender-billed Gull. We discover the relaxing scenes of rural Norfolk with the amazing diversity of habitats, harbors, grazing marshes, bluebell woods, rivers and saltwater lagoons. Other wildlife found within Norfolk are also presented such as the seals at Waxham Beach, adders on the heath and dragonflies in the reedbeds. In short, this film is a stunning, visual delight for all bird watching and nature enthusiasts. Narration by Kevan Brighting. Music by Alex Ball, Howard Reece, Personal Victory. Production by Paul Desira. Cover images by Rob and Jill Wilson. JOURNEY THROUGH ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL NATURAL HABITATS, FEATURING OVER 100 SPECIES OF BIRDS AND AN ABUNDANCE OF WILDLIFE.

The Shattering (2015)

Donovan lures several friends into the woods to meet a healer with his cancer-stricken girlfriend. Lucy. As they are hunted by creatures and commandos, the friends realize they were set up to pay for Lucy's cure.

Crashing the Con (2009)

Crashing the Con is a documentary on San Diego Comic-Con 2008, and more importantly, a profile on the various types of people whom attend and exhibit at it every year. Told through a series of humorous stories and interviews, we explore what makes these individuals tick and why they travel from around the globe to attend this convention every year. Featuring industry veterans such as Lloyd Kaufman, Bill Plympton, Frank Kozik and many others! Includes Full Length Feature as well as over 30 Minutes of Bonus Material, including "Outside the Con" and a look at San Diego Comic-Con 2007.

Saw VI (2009)

Saw Ⅵ is a 2009 American horror film directed by Kevin Greutert from a screenplay written by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan. It is the sixth installment in the seven–part Saw franchise and stars Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor, Betsy Russell, Mark Rolston, Peter Outerbridge, and Shawnee Smith. It was produced by Mark Burg and Oren Koules of Twisted Pictures and distributed by Lionsgate. Saw Ⅵ continues the franchise's focus on the posthumous effects of the Jigsaw Killer and the progression of his successor, Mark Hoffman. In this film, Hoffman sets a series of traps for an insurance executive, William Easton, and his employees. Meanwhile, the FBI trails Peter Strahm, now suspected of being Jigsaw's last accomplice, and Hoffman is drawn into motion to protect his secret identity. Greutert, who served as editor for all the previous Saw films, made his directorial debut with Saw Ⅵ. Melton and Dunstan, the writers for both Saw Ⅳ and Saw Ⅴ, returned to write the screenplay and Charlie Clouser, who provided the score for all previous Saw films, composed the score. Filming took place in Toronto from March to May 2009 with a budget of $11 million. The film was released in New Zealand and Australia on October 22, 2009, and October 23, 2009 in the United States and Canada. In Spain it was the first film to receive a Película X rating for violence (a rating usually reserved for pornographic films); the rating restricted screenings to eight select theaters in that country. It was released almost a year later on October 8, 2010 in Spain with an "18" rating, after the producers had the offensive content edited out, according to the rating board. With gross receipts of $14 million in its opening weekend, Saw Ⅵ placed second to Paranormal Activity's $21 million. Saw Ⅵ went on to gross over $68 million worldwide, the lowest-grossing Saw film to date, but still a financial success compared to its small budget. Reviews were mixed, with some criticizing the acting and others praising Greutert's directing.

Appalachia 2050 (2013)

It has been 50 years since President Lyndon B. Johnson sat on Tom Fletcher's front porch in Inez, Ky., and declared "War on Poverty," 49 years since the Appalachian Regional Commission was formed, and 46 years since Sen. Robert F. Kennedy visited Appalachia to call attention to widespread poverty in the region. As we approach a half-century of America's concentration on and fascination with Appalachia in regard to the effort to eradicate poverty, many improvements are obvious, as are many persistent problems. Now, as the coal industry which has propped the region's economy for the past century, with mixed results, begins to falter in the face of environmental concerns and cheaper energy sources, the region is once again threatened by a dire economic future. Efforts to diversify the region's economy beyond coal have fallen short, resulting in mine layoffs having an exaggerated effect on local economies. Troubles in the mining industry ripple throughout the region, producing weakness in both related and unrelated businesses.

This Is Berlin Not New York (2008)

Inspiring look at underground artists as they cross the globe to create new work. A group of New York City artists travel to Berlin for 10 days, showing art in a gallery, putting up art on the streets, breaking into an abandoned building to create original artwork and making connections with Berlin artists. Film features Arturo Vega, Artistic Director of the Ramones punk rock group, Ted Riederer, an artist featured at PS1, and Nicole Gladsburn,an artist featured in the Village Voice. Arturo Vega said - This film should be shown at art schools or to anyone passionate about art.

Demon (2013)

A string of bizarre murders in Florida puts a federal agent (Jasmine Waltz) on the trail of a perfect killing machine.

Tokyo Cowboy (1998)

A Japanese fast-food worker obsessed with the Old West travels to a Canadian prairie town to visit his pen pal.

Lu pikirlah sendiri (2010)

A solo bicycle and surfing journey across Bali, Nusa Lembogan, Lombok and Sumbawa. Sendiri is the Indonesian word for 'By yourself or Alone'. Dylan decides to continue his and Rians original journey that finished in 2009, cycling further east from Bali and exploring Nusa Lembogan, Lombok and West Sumbawa.

All The Way Home (1963)

All the Way Home is a 1963 drama film about a young boy and his mother dealing with the sudden death of his father. It stars Jean Simmons, Robert Preston, and Pat Hingle, with the boy being portrayed by Michael Kearney. It was based on the 1957 James Agee novel A Death in the Family and the 1960 Tad Mosel play All the Way Home.

Beware Of Ladies (1936)

Beware of Ladies is a 1936 American crime film directed by Irving Pichel and starring Donald Cook, Judith Allen and George Meeker. A female newspaper reporter is sent by her editor to cover a political contest between a naïve newcomer and a seasoned and corrupt veteran.

Dying for Everest (2007)

On 15 May, 2006, double amputee Mark Inglis reached the summit of Mt Everest. It was a remarkable achievement and Inglis was feted by press and public alike. But only a few days later he was plunged into a storm of controversy when it was learned that he had passed an incapacitated climber, Englishman David Sharp, leaving him to a lonely end high in the Death Zone.

At All Cost (2015)

Frank White, a car salesman from Amarillo, Texas is convinced by his friend T-White to move to Houston and jump into the music industry. Once Frank decides that he will move he is confronted with a couple of obstacles making it hard for him to leave His brother, BJ helps him get a job in real estate so he can finance his dream of becoming a successful recording artist. Then Frank meets Kesha, a gorgeous realtor who wants to help out, while his girlfriend has other plans. Watch as this inspirational romantic comedy unfolds to see if Frank achieves his musical stardom.

Taylor Swift: Just for You (2011)

Known for lyrics about her personal relationships and heart warming smile, Taylor Swift has exploded on the music scene, creating a modern spin to pop country music.

Never Make It Home (2011)

Kirk Rundstrom is told he has two months to live, so he books a tour.

Grace (2009)

Grace is a 2009 horror film written and directed by Paul Solet. It is based on the 2006 short film of the same name. The short film was used to obtain funding for the feature version. Michael Matheson (Stephen Park) and his pregnant wife Madeline (Jordan Ladd) are involved in a car accident. Michael dies, and doctors tell Madeline that her unborn child is dead, too. Madeline, desperate after trying to have a child for years, decides to carry her baby to term anyway. The child, a girl, initially appears stillborn. After a while, though, she seems to revive, and Madeline names her "Grace". It soon becomes clear something is wrong with the baby. It develops unhealthy smells, attracts flies, and craves blood.

Bullett Raja (2013)

Bullett Raja is a 2013 Indian action film co-written and directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia and produced by Rahul Mittra, Nitin Tej Ahuja and Tigmanshu Dhulia, under the banner of BrandSmith Motion Pictures and Moving Pictures. The film is presented by Fox Star Studios. The film features Saif Ali Khan, Sonakshi Sinha and Jimmy Sheirgill in leading roles, whilst Chunky Pandey, Ravi Kishan, Gulshan Grover, Raj Babbar and Vidyut Jammwal feature in pivotal roles. The film is set against the backdrop of Uttar Pradesh-based mafia while dealing with the political and industrial powers of the State.It was the opening film at the 8th annual Mosaic International South Asian Film Festival (MISAFF) 2014 in Toronto. The film released on 29 November 2013.

Aesop's Fables (1971)

Every day thousands of kids read Aesop's fables and are transported to an enchanted world. Through these enjoyable and instructive stories, their experience of life is enhanced. The fables, usually involving personified animals, are a popular choice for moral education of children today. They are narrated here vividly with graphic animation. ** The Ant and the Dove: One good turn deserves another. The dove helps the ant that is struggling for life. And the ant, in spite of being small, comes to the dove's help at a crucial moment. * The Donkey's Burden: A donkey who keeps switching jobs finds out the great truth about contentment. * The Bundle of Sticks: Find out how a father teaches his sons learn about the power of unity.. The story has a moral for parents too on how to make children see light! * The Lion and the Mouse: Can a mouse save a lion? He can.. as you will find out from this story. No one can be so small as to be ignored. * The Tortoise and the Eagle: A tortoise wants to fly like an eagle. But finally, the truth dawns upon him. * The Caged Bird and the Bat: Precautions are useless after the crisis - A beautiful story featuring a parrot and a bat. * The Dancing Monkeys: It is hard to change the qualities that one is born with. In this tale an eccentric king, makes the monkeys of the town dress up and dance like humans. But on seeing peanuts, they cast their dance outfits to reveal the creatures they truly are; monkeys. * The Dog and the Cook: Those who enter through the backdoor might just be thrown out of the window. This moral unravels beautifully with a street dog and a pet dog from a good home. * The Bear and the Two Travelers: Never leave a friend who believes you. This important principle is well told through two friends who chance upon a bear during their travels. * The Right Choice: An interesting tale on how focus leads to victory. This is a beautiful story of a fox, a tortoise and a cat, who each plot their escape craftily. * Too

Gothic Bellydance (2006)

A multitude of poetic visions born out of the Goth, or Gothic, subculture, music, imagery and fashion, and expressed in the language of Bellydance.Classic belly dance, Tribal Fusion, echoes of Gypsy dance, - all called to express the darkness and mysteries of life, death, and eternity that inspire Goth philosophies.

Jim Breuer: Heavy Metal Comedy (2002)

Jim Bruer's Heavy Metal Comedy was born on December 9th, 2000 when Jim unleashed his Rock-n-Comedy assault on an unsuspecting, standing room only crowd at New York City's, Irving Plaza. New routines such as "Coming Home at 4am" have already become cult faves and Bruer favorites like "The Party" have received a musical facelift. Jim's uncanny impressions, such as Brian Johnson of AC/DC, are also included in this DVd. Bonus material includes a 50-minute Heavy Metal documentary. See the origin of the goat, the truth about Saturday Night Live and the real adventure of a stand up comedian.

Big Jim Mclain (1952)

Big Jim McLain is a 1952 Film Noir political thriller film starring John Wayne and James Arness as HUAC investigators hunting down communists in the post-war Hawaii organized labor scene. Edward Ludwig directed. This was the first film in which Wayne played a contemporary law enforcement officer (as opposed to an Old West lawman). Near the end of his career, in the mid-1970s, he took on two more such roles, each time playing an urban cop.

The Hunters (2011)

Alice (Dianna Agron) and her friends are approaching the end of the school year, when their dead-end lives will end and the chance of a new life will begin. Before heading off to college, they spend one last day together in the woods, the one part of town that has always been off-limits to them growing up. As they stumble upon what they thought was an abandoned fort, only to find the walls dripping in blood and decomposing body parts lying around, they are startled to learn they are now a part of an undercover investigation. After being told to get out of the woods, they realize they’re trapped, for The Hunters, who call the fort home, never let anyone out alive!

High Tatras - A Wilderness Frozen in Time (2007)

The High Tatras are considered a National Park in Slovakia. It has more than three hundred peaks, many higher than 2500 meters, romantic valleys with no access roads, crystal-clear streams and forests inhabited by wolves, bears and lynxes.

Nobuyuki Tsujii Live at Carnegie Hall (2012)

On November 10, 2011, Nobuyuki Tsujii, the blind pianist from Japan who was the winner of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Gold Medal in 2009 appeared on the stage of Carnegie Hall. His dream had come true. Arguably the most important event in the career of any performer, for “Nobu” it was a miracle. With his brilliant technique and beautiful tone, the performance of the masterpieces of Beethoven, Liszt, Mussorgsky, and encores by Chopin and his own compositions, brought the usually reserved Carnegie Hall audience to its feet.

The Magic Sun (1966)

"Featuring rare & exclusive SUN RA footage, photos & audio" A film by PHILL NIBLOCK featuring SUN RA & HIS SOLAR ARKESTRA. Composer, photographer and filmmaker Phill Niblock's classic of experimental underground filmmaking with a sensational soundtrack by pianist Sun Ra and the members of his Solar Arkestra! Shot in the mid '60s, when the Arkestra was based in New York, this film was produced using a unique negative process and ultra-tight close-ups on the moving hands and mouths of the musicians. The result is a virtually abstract music film, mastered from a new print in all its incredibly sharp black & white glory.

In Their Hands (2011)

In Lille, Claire Gauthier is an ordinary married woman that works in an insurance company. When the single veterinary Laurent Kessler claims damage in his basement, Claire resolves the situation favorably for him. Meanwhile, a serial killer is terrorizing Lille, killing women with a scalpel. When Claire sees a scalpel in the pocket of Laurent's jacket, she fears him, but still loves him.

Resident Alien (1990)

Resident Alien is a 1990 documentary film directed, produced and edited by Jonathan Nossiter, and co-produced by Dean Silvers.

Caterpillar Wish (2006)

The Caterpillar Wish (also known as Caterpillar Wish) is a 2006 Australian coming-of-age film, directed by Sandra Sciberras and starring and ensemble cast including Victoria Thaine, Susie Porter and Philip Quast. It was filmed in and around Robe, South Australia. The Caterpillar Wish was released in Australia on 15 June 2006.

Little Men (1998)

Retelling of Louisa May Alcott's classic tale of two street kids - one who becomes the recipient of a kind benefactor and the other who goes on the run on the street. The first gets taken to a school run by kindly teachers where he learns virtue and honesty. But when the second boy suddenly is brought into the school, he starts disruptions encouraging drinking and gambling. When he is finally cast out of the school, the other boys react in various ways.

Time Bomb (1959)

The financially strapped captain of a freighter becomes involved in a plan to blow up the ship for insurance money.

Amy (2013)

A funeral director (Christopher Atkins) and a young girl (Jessica DiGiovanni) investigate demonic possession in their Amish village.

The Booth at the End 2 (2014)

The Man sets up shop in another diner. Here new clients, and some familiar ones, make deals with The Man. They choose to complete one task and report to The Man about their progress in exchange for one desire being fulfilled.