Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home (2009)

Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home is a documentary released in 2009 which relates the personal transformation of farmers as they reexamine their relationship to animals. The movie also tells the story of two animal rescues.The principal filmmakers were James LaVeck and Jenny Stein working with associate producers Eric Huang and Kevin Smith. The name of LaVeck and Stein's charitable organization is Tribe of Heart.The stories of seven people compose the core of the documentary: Harold Brown, Howard Lyman and his wife Willow Jeane Lyman, Cheri Ezell-Vandersluis and her husband Jim Vandersluis, and Jason Tracy and his partner Cayce Mell. In the case of Harold Brown, the Lyman couple, and the Ezell-Vandersluis couple, the movie tells the story of how they began as traditional farmers working as part of the system that uses animals for food or other human purposes, but then came to the view that such practices are cruel and unethical. In the case of Jason Tracy and Cayce Mell the movie tells the story of two animal rescues they participated in: one occurring after a tornado hit a chicken farm, and the other from the house of a woman who suffered from an animal hoarding compulsion. The musical score was done by Kevin Bartlett and Joy Askew. Philosopher Tom Regan (a proponent of the abolitionism movement within animal rights) is listed in the credits for the movie. Consistent with abolitionism—LaVeck and Stein created a web site called which advocates that it is not possible for animals to be treated humanely in an agricultural process which uses the animal for food.Actor Alicia Silverstone also appears in the credits and has supported the work of Tribe of Heart.

Pearblossom Hwy (2012)

What else am I? What else can I say. I'm a trouble maker. I've always wanted to be a rebel, says Cory, one of the three protagonists of Pearblossom Hwy, directly into the camera. The other protagonists are Anna, an illegal immigrant from Japan who is selling her body to make money to get back home, and Jeff, Cory's homophobic brother, a former soldier who now lives day-to-day. In the style of New Wave filmmakers, the director draws on sensitive moments from actors' lives (meeting your father for the first time, a grandmother sick on another continent), so we are never sure if we are watching reconstructed reality or the director's vision. Ott warns us that his film is about the abandoned youth in the small towns of America and the fallacy of the American Dream, and most importantly, the truth that lies somewhere in that porous threshold between fact and fiction.

Perfect Understanding (1933)

Perfect Understanding is a 1933 British comedy film directed by Cyril Gardner and starring Laurence Olivier, Gloria Swanson and John Halliday. The film was an independent production made at Ealing Studios, conceived as an attempt to revive Swanson's career which had suffered following the conversion to sound films.

Picket 43 (2015)

Picket 43 is a 2015 Malayalam-language Indian drama film written and directed by Major Ravi. It stars Prithviraj and Javed Jaffrey in the lead roles. It was filmed by cinematographer Jomon T. John and most portions of the film were shot in Kashmir. The film dealt with the story of an Indian army soldier guarding a picket alone in Kashmir, and his friendship with a Pakistani soldier.

Point And Shoot (2014)

In 2006, Matt VanDyke set off on a 35,000 mile motorcycle adventure that eventually led him to Libya, where he joined the rebels fighting dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

Rapt (2009)

On a morning like any other, powerful business man Stanislas Graff is kidnapped outside his luxurious apartment building by a gang of thugs. From there begins a terrifying ordeal that will last for several weeks. Despite being tortured and humiliated Graff resists his captors. He accepts his fate without complaint. Cut off from the world, receiving only glimpses of information from his captors, Graff fails to understand why nobody is willing to pay the ransom. Outside, his world is falling to pieces as details of his personal life are revealed. All he had managed to keep private; his affairs, his gambling debts, his shady dealings are exposed by the police investigation and media frenzy. Friends and family begin to discover that the real Stanislas Graff may not be the man they thought they knew. Yvan Attal stars in the tense hostage thriller that was nominated for four César Awards.

California Unfiltered (2015)

California Unfiltered is a vintage American style surf action film, a throwback to timeless cool that never dies. Bubbling over with epic surf filmed in HD and 4K detail, these rides are a modern twist on today's best surfing.

Chasing the Devil (2014)

The mysterious suicide of Patrick McCord’s sister prompts him to enlist paranormal investigators to look into her death, and unwittingly brings the wrath of an evil entity upon them, leaving their found footage as the only survivor.

China Heavyweight (2012)

China Heavyweight is a 2012 documentary film by the Chinese-Canadian documentary film director Yung Chang and released by EyeSteelFilm. It is Yung Chang's second long feature documentary film after Up the Yangtze from 2007.

Cleanskin (2012)

Cleanskin is a 2012 British spy thriller film written and directed by Hadi Hajaig and starring Sean Bean, Abhin Galeya, Charlotte Rampling, James Fox, Tuppence Middleton, Shivani Ghai and Michelle Ryan. The story is set in London. The film's title, "cleanskin", is a term for an undercover operative unknown to his or her targets, or, as more commonly used in the United Kingdom following the London bombings, an extremist with no previous convictions, so therefore unknown to national security's services.

Common Outlaws (2014)

Two brothers and a cousin join forces to hunt down all those responsible for their father's murder 15 years earlier.

Blades (1989)

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Dead Awake (2010)

Dead Awake is a 2010 mystery film starring Nick Stahl, Rose McGowan, and Amy Smart. The film was previously titled Dylan's Wake.

Inside (1996)

Inside is a 1996 cable television film directed by Arthur Penn based on a script by Bima Stagg. It was the Penn's final film before dying in 2010. The film was shot in Johannesburg, South Africa and premiered in the USA on Showtime on 25 August 1996. The film was then released theatrically in several markets and played at several film festivals around the world including Cannes, Toronto, San Francisco and Munich. The film was nominated for an Emmy, and a Cable Ace Award.

Payback (2010)

A good man tries to repay every debt that others have placed on him.

Redemption (2009)

Redemption is a Western film written and directed by Robert Conway, starring Dustin Leighton, Tom Noga, Clint James, Grady Hill, Candy Stanton, Sanfrod Gibbons, Peter Sherayko, and Isaac Farm. Its original name was Redemption: A Mile from Hell.

Return of the Killer Tomatoes! (1988)

Return of the Killer Tomatoes! is a 1988 American comedy horror film directed by John De Bello. The first sequel to the 1978 film Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, the film stars Anthony Starke, Karen Mistal, and John Astin, as well as George Clooney in an early role.

Roadie (1980)

Roadie is a 1980 film directed by Alan Rudolph about a truck driver who becomes a roadie for a traveling rock and roll show. The film stars Meat Loaf and marks his first starring role in a film. There are also cameo appearances by musicians such as Roy Orbison and Hank Williams Jr., and supporting roles played by Alice Cooper and the members of Blondie. The film was marketed with the tagline "Bands make it rock...Roadies make it roll." There is also a 2011 film with the same name.

Sex And Breakfast (2007)

Sex and Breakfast is a 2007 independent dark comedy film starring Macaulay Culkin, Eliza Dushku, Alexis Dziena and Kuno Becker. Shooting took place in September 2006. The film opened in Los Angeles November 30, 2007, and was released on DVD on January 22, 2008 by First Look Pictures. The film was directed by first-time director Miles Brandman.

The Sea Gull (1968)

The Sea Gull is a 1968 British-American-Greek drama film directed by Sidney Lumet. The screenplay by Moura Budberg is adapted and translated from Anton Chekhov's classic 1896 play The Seagull. The Warner Bros.-Seven Arts release was filmed at the Europa Studios in Sundbyberg, Stockholms län, just outside central Stockholm.

Secret Of The Andes (1999)

Secret of the Andes (El secreto de los Andes) is a 1998 Argentine-American fantasy adventure film co-written and directed by Alejandro Azzano. It stars Roshan Seth as a powerful shaman, Camilla Belle as a 9-year old young girl with unusual gifts, David Keith as her archaeologist father, Nancy Allen as her mother and John Rhys-Davies as a Catholic priest.

Mike Birbiglia: What I Should Have Said Was Nothing (2008)

Mike Birbiglia performs in this live special that features a riotous selection of the unique insights and observations culled from his diary. Part concert, part stand-up, this special is sure to delight all Birbiglia fans!

Dad for Rent (2014)

Since an unemployed, immature man has let his daughter down so many times, the daughter decides to put him up for rent. The decision begins a journey of maturity, love and learning how to grow up.

The Youth (2014)

Four different portraits of young people in Korea.

Sarah Colonna: I Can't Feel My Legs (2015)

New York Times Best Seller and "Chelsea Lately" regular, Sarah Colonna, has some stories to tell and she doesn't care what you think. From how to get out of jury duty to online dating, Sarah does not disappoint in this new special.

Gallagher: (2000)

Lock up your watermelons, and anything else that splatters! With a name like "Sledge-O-Matic" you know Gallagher is sure to get crazy in this special filmed in 2000!

L'odyssée des monstres marins (Swimming with Legends) (2014)

Shot over 2 years and in 9 different destinations, Swimming with Legends documents the life of a Belgium free-diver Fred Buyle and his lasting fascination for the legends of the deep as described in ancient texts and mariner’s nightmares.

The Eternal (1998)

In this haunting tale of ancient passions and bizarre family secrets, Nora, a beautiful, yet self-destructive socialite, returns toher family home to discover the cause of her migraines and blackouts. When confronted with startling and strange revelations, she is shocked and shaken. Realizing she will never be free from her past, Nora is helplessly drawn into an inescapable fate- a battle with an ancient and powerful druid witch whose search for immortality intends to destroy her.

The Void (2001)

The Void is a 2001 American direct-to-DVD science-fiction thriller film which follows a scientist who has discovered that a man who's been attempting to solve an energy crisis has inadvertently created a black hole which, unless stopped, will swallow the world. The film features Amanda Tapping as Prof. Eva Soderstrom, Adrian Paul as Prof. Steven Price, and Malcolm McDowell as Dr. Thomas Abernathy. Principal photography was completed in British Columbia, Canada.

The Watch (2008)

The Watch is a 2008 made for TV movie starring Clea DuVall, James A. Woods, and Elizabeth Whitmere.


A father and son retrace the 1,000 mile journey of the Marquette/Joliet group from the top of Michigan to the Mississippi at St. Louis.

Tooken (2015)

Tooken is a 2015 American parody film directed by John Asher. The film spoofs the action film genre, focusing mainly on the Taken series. It stars Lee Tergesen, Margaret Cho, and Lauren Stamile and features cameos by Ethan Suplee, Donnie Wahlberg, Akon, and Jenny McCarthy.

The Daring Dobermans (1973)

The Daring Dobermans is a 1973 film. It is a sequel to The Doberman Gang.

How Sweet It Is! (1968)

How Sweet It Is! is a 1968 comedy movie starring James Garner and Debbie Reynolds, with a supporting cast including Terry-Thomas and Paul Lynde. Garner plays a photographer who brings his wife, Jenny, and teenage son, David, along on a Paris shoot, with both husband and wife struggling to stay faithful under extreme temptation. The film was written by producers Garry Marshall and Jerry Belson (adapting Muriel Resnik's novel The Girl in the Turqoise Bikini) and directed by Jerry Paris. Jimmy Webb wrote the title song, and Patrick Williams scored the sound track.

Zatôichi Challenged (1967)

A dying woman begs Zatoichi to reunite her son with the father he has never met, but when the blind masseur searches for the man, he discovers that he has been forced by a local yakuza boss to pay off his gambling debts in an unusual way: by painting illegal erotica. Determined to bring father and son together, Zatoichi pits his skills against the gangsters and a ronin who is not entirely what he seems.

The Tale of Zatoichi Continues (1962)

The Tale of Zatoichi proved so popular that a follow-up went into production the same year. Here, Zatoichi is hired to give a massage to a powerful political official who, he discovers, is mentally ill—a secret that the nobleman’s retinue is determined to keep at any cost. This second Zatoichi film picks up the pace, featuring bigger action sequences, tighter plotting, and a mysterious one-armed swordsman played by star Shintaro Katsu’s brother Tomisaburo Wakayama (Lone Wolf and Cub).

Yamaguchi-gumi gaiden: Kyushu shinko-sakusen (1977)

Tokyo's most notorious assassin soon finds himself hunted by some brutal criminals during a gang war.

Second-Hand Hearts (1981)

Second-Hand Hearts is a 1981 American comedy film directed by Hal Ashby from a screenplay by Charles Eastman. A shorter version of this screenplay, under its original intended title The Hamster of Happiness, was written by Eastman for the unconventional NBC anthology series NBC Experiment in Television, which was broadcast in 1968 with Mildred Dunnock and Susan Tyrell in the cast. It was the second of three films Ashby directed which were produced by Lorimar Productions. The film stars Barbara Harris as a manic, mercurial widow separated from her three children, and Robert Blake as an insecure loner who inadvertently marries her after the two of them go on a drunken bender. After losing his job soon after their marriage, she badgers him into taking her to recover her children, currently in the custody of her less-than-accommodating in-laws, and taking them all to California in the hope of a better life for them all. The film follows the unusual incidents that occur along the road trip. The filming was plagued by trouble throughout production, much stemming from the erratic behavior of Ashby and writer Eastman. Although it was filmed in 1979, it was not released until 1981, and Paramount Pictures, at the time serving as Lorimar's theatrical distributor, chose to only open the film in New York and Los Angeles. This prompted Robert Blake, during one of his frequent guest appearances on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, to publicly complain about this decision; he presented a clip and tried to increase interest in the film. However, the New York/Los Angeles release received mostly negative reviews, and Paramount stood by its decision to not expand it to other cities. It briefly played cable television a year later, then virtually disappeared from circulation. Second-Hand Hearts, together with another Ashby film made for Lorimar, Lookin' to Get Out, got a British video release through Guild Home Video in the early 1980s, but never received a domestic home video release until 2013, when it was released on Manufacture-on-Demand DVD by Warner Archive.

The Inbetween Age (1958)

A young couple expand their coffee bar to include a record shop and a recording outlet, to help a young singer, and to cash in on the start of the rock and roll era.

Dusty's Trail: Summit of Borneo (2013)

Mountain climbers raise money to help a young man who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

Invention for Destruction (1958)

This eye-popping escapade revolves around a scientist and his doomsday machine—and the pirates who will stop at nothing to gain possession of it. Freely adapting the fiction of Jules Verne, and inspired by Victorian line engravings, Karel Zeman surrounds his actors with animated scenery of breathtaking intricacy and complexity, constructing an impossibly vivid proto-steampunk world. Released abroad at the turn of the 1960s, Invention for Destruction went on to become one of the most internationally successful Czechoslovak films of all time.

The Ugly (1997)

The Ugly is a 1997 New Zealand horror film, the first feature directed and written by Scott Reynolds. The film starred Paolo Rotondo, Rebecca Hobbs, Jennifer Ward-Lealand, and Roy Ward. The film is about a psychiatrist that is meeting with a serial killer to determine whether or not he has been successfully cured. They delve into a journey through his past and his victims, and through this "The Ugly," a distorted allusion to The Ugly Duckling, is revealed. It was nominated for best film awards at festivals in New Zealand, Portugal and the United States.

Without the King (2007)

Without the King is a 2007 documentary film by Michael Skolnik, an American filmmaker. It follows problems of Swaziland, a landlocked country in southern Africa. The film features Mswati III, the king of Swaziland, and his heiress and self claimed rapper Princess Sikhanyiso. It shows the angry populace and the country's problems such as a high HIV prevalence, comparing it with the daily life of Mswati III, Africa's last absolute monarch. Princess Sikhanyiso is critical of the film.

Aspirante vedovo (2013)

A man tries to get rid of his rich wife so he can live the life of which he's dreamed for years.

Bowser Makes a Movie (2005)

A perpetual loser decides to fulfill his lifelong dream of making an adult film, with comical and sometimes disastrous results.

Karmageddon (2011)

A devotee of Bhagavan Das tries to navigate the gap between the 1960s and contemporary spirituality.

The Baby and the Battleship (1957)

The Baby and the Battleship is a colour 1956 British comedy film directed by Jay Lewis and starring John Mills, Richard Attenborough and André Morell. It is based on the 1956 novel by Anthony Thorne with a screenplay by Richard De Roy, Gilbert Hackforth-Jones and Bryan Forbes. The Royal Navy provided a large amount of cooperation with sequences filmed aboard HMS Birmingham and in Malta.

The Trojan Women (1971)

The women of defeated Troy are at the mercy of the Greeks in this adaption of Euripedes' tragic anti-war play. The unbeatable cast is lead by Katharine Hepburn, Irene Papas, Genevieve Bujold and Vanessa Redgrave. Directed by Michael Cacoyannis.

The Lost Steps (2001)

The Lost Steps (Spanish: Los pasos perdidos) is a 2001 Argentine and Spanish drama film directed by Manane Rodríguez and written by Rodríguez and Xavier Bermúdez. The film features Irene Visedo, Luis Brandoni, Federico Luppi, among others.

Krampus: The Christmas Devil (2013)

A cop (A.J. Leslie) must find and destroy a yuletide demon who kills naughty children before the creature steals his daughter.

The Lady Gambles (1949)

The Lady Gambles is a 1949 film noir drama film directed by Michael Gordon starring Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Preston and Stephen McNally.

El año del diluvio (2004)

The mother superior (Fanny Ardant) in a religious order that provides medical help to those in need of it neglects her duties when she falls for a womanizing landowner (Daro Grandinetti).

The Death of Jaime Roldos (2013)

Filmmakers Lisandra I. Rivera and Manolo Sarmiento provide a portrait of Jaime Roldos, Ecuador's first democratically elected president, who died with his family when their plane crashed in the mountains.

Three Smart Saps (1942)

Three Smart Saps is the 64th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1942 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Smith of Minnesota (1942)

Smith of Minnesota is a 1942 American drama film directed by Lew Landers and written by Robert Hardy Andrews. The film stars Bruce Smith, Arline Judge, Warren Ashe, Don Beddoe, Kay Harris and Robert Kellard. The film was released on October 15, 1942, by Columbia Pictures.

Where Time Began (1977)

Viaje al centro de la Tierra (Spanish: Journey to the Center of the Earth) is a 1978 Spanish adventure film based on Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne. It has been released in English-speaking areas under the titles Where Time Began and The Fabulous Journey to the Center of the Earth.

My Husband My Killer (2001)

Based on a true story, this Australian drama follows the investigation into the murder of Megan Kalajzich (Linda Cropper), the wife of a prominent Croatian executive (Martin Sacks). While the husband seems to be the prime suspect, particularly given his affair with his secretary (Lucy Bell), the case, headed by Detective Bob "Snake" Inkster (Colin Friels), is far from cut and dried, with shady character George Cannellis (Chris Haywood) also factoring in to the proceedings.

Las lloronas (2004)

Three generations of Mexican women try to break a family curse.

Quick Change (2013)

Quick Change is a 2013 Philippine drama film directed by Eduardo Roy Jr. The film was screened in the Panorama section of the 64th Berlin International Film Festival.

308 (2013)

Naya (Shandy Aulia) takes a job as a housekeeper in a five-star hotel, completely unaware that a hateful spirit lives in room 308.

Desecration (1999)

Desecration is a 1999 American horror film written and directed by Dante Tomaselli. The film stars Irma St. Paule and Christie Sanford, who would both return in several of Tomaselli's later films. The film originally started off as a short film that Tomaselli created in 1994 and is his feature film directorial debut. Tomaselli drew inspiration for the film from his childhood and also heavily utilized dream sequences to impart the film's story.

Alexandra (2007)

Alexandra (Russian: Александра, translit. Aleksandra) is a 2007 Russian film about the Second Chechen War, written and directed by Alexander Sokurov. It was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.

Deceitful Storm (2008)

When people stop believing in God and take matters into their own hands, dramatic twists and turns ensue, leading to a dramatic conclusion.

Money and the Woman (1940)

Money and the Woman is a 1940 American drama film directed by William K. Howard and written by Robert Presnell Sr.. The film stars Jeffrey Lynn, Brenda Marshall, John Litel, Lee Patrick, Henry O'Neill and Roger Pryor. The film was released by Warner Bros. on August 17, 1940.

Pappu (2010)

A man loves a woman but cannot express his love to her. But he ends up helping a special agent rescue her when she gets kidnapped by goons.

Near Death (2004)

When ghost hunters explore a mansion that is believed to be haunted by a deceased filmmaker, they anger the ghouls inside.

Draegerman Courage (1937)

Draegerman Courage is a 1937 American drama film directed by Louis King and written by Anthony Coldeway. The film stars Jean Muir, Barton MacLane, Henry O'Neill, Robert Barrat, Addison Richards and Helen MacKellar. The film was released by Warner Bros. on May 15, 1937.

Star (2014)

Star (Russian: Звезда, translit. Zvezda) is a 2014 Russian comedy film directed by Anna Melikian.

Kamaladalam (1992)

Kamaladalam is a 1992 Indian Malayalam musical drama film, written by A. K. Lohithadas and directed by Sibi Malayil. It features Mohanlal, Murali, Vineeth, Nedumudi Venu, Thikkurissy Sukumaran Nair, Monisha, Parvathy and Sukumari. It was produced by Mohanlal for Pranavam Arts.

The Carrier (2015)

A group of survivors escapes an antibiotic-resistant pandemic on a damaged 747 to find safety abroad -- but one of them is infected, and they must decide whether or not to land.

Vamps in the City (2010)

A bloody, sexy parody of "Sex & the City" features good girl versus bad girl vampires against a hard-rock soundtrack.

Desert Victory (1943)

Desert Victory is a 1943 film produced by the British Ministry of Information, documenting the Allies' North African campaign against Field Marshal Erwin Rommel and the Afrika Korps. This documentary traces the struggle between General Erwin Rommel and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, from the German's defeat at El Alamein to Tripoli. The film was produced by David MacDonald and directed by Roy Boulting who also directed Tunisian Victory and Burma Victory. Like the famous "Why We Fight" series of films by Frank Capra, Desert Victory relies heavily on captured German newsreel footage. Many of the most famous sequences in the film have been excerpted and appear with frequency in History Channel and A&E productions. The film won a special Academy Award in 1943 and the 1951 film The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel took sections of the film for its battle footage. The film has been criticised for emphasizing the British role in the victory, while playing down the American contribution to the battle. Mark Harris, author of the "Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World War," a book about the role that five prominent Hollywood directors played in the war, has stated in an interview on Turner Classic Movies that when asked about the omission, the British war department retorted that the Americans "didn't have any good footage." A sequel, "Tunisian Victory," was produced as a co-allied production between British and American propaganda agencies, with American film makers Frank Capra and John Huston allegedly restaging actual events, such as liberations, as well as tank and air battles (some of which was actually filmed in Orlando, Florida) to achieve high quality footage that the British couldn't refuse. The British supposedly knew immediately that the footage was fake, but since they themselves restaged much of the footage, this uneasy collaboration continued.

Kid in Hollywood (1933)

Shirley Temple's first films were part of the "Baby Burlesque" theater in which young toddlers acted the parts of adults. This film follows a young lady and her aspirations to be an actress.

Mi caballo el cantador (1979)

Antonio Aguilar, un sacerdote que debe despojarse de los hábitos para vengar la muerte del abuelo de dos desamparados niños que junto con su madre Flor Silvestre son víctimas de un pariente que entre otras cosas extorsiona y asesina.

Audrey Hepburn: In the Movies (2012)

One of a kind documentary focusing on 15 of Hepburn's best known films

Marilyn Monroe: In the Movies (2012)

Tracing Marilyn's film career from her first role to her last, complete with more than 50 of her most acclaimed scenes from more than a dozen of her best films

Ghost Hunt: Paranormal Encounter at Burlington County Prison (2012)

Is the Burlington County Prison Museum haunted by the spirits of executed prisoners? A group of paranormal enthusiasts entered the Burlington County Prison, in Mount Holly, New Jersey, and the answer is revealed in this shocking documentary.

Homeless in Los Angeles (2011)

People discuss the realities and conditions of living homeless in Los Angleles.

The Punk Syndrome (2012)

The Punk Syndrome is a film about Finnish punk rock band Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät. Its original Finnish title is Kovasikajuttu. The film is directed by Jukka Kärkkäinen and J-P Passi and premiered in cinemas in Finland on 4 May 2012.

Gary Gulman: In This Economy? (2012)

Blockbuster is dead, and Gary Gulman couldn't be happier. The Last Comic Standing alum delivers a hilarious tirade about these absurd economic times that inspire "buffet mentality" in all of us.

Tim Allen Rewires America (1991)

Tim Allen grunts, he burps, he soups up his lawnmower and he's damn proud of it! Filled with family bits as well as the stuff we've come to love him for: tools, engine and cars. In this 1991 special, we see the Tim Allen we grew to love.

RiffTrax Live: Manos - The Hands of Fate (2012)

The stars of Mystery Science Theater 3000 riff the classic “Manos” the Hands of Fate" LIVE in front of a nationwide audience! Run, don’t stumble-walk-with-accursed-goat-legs to watch RiffTrax Live: “Manos” the Hands of Fate!

The Dead and the Damned 2 (2014)

During a mission to bury his fallen family at sea, a lone soldier encounters a small band of human survivors in the middle of a quarantine zone full of hungry zombies.

American Jihadist (2010)

The motivations of soldiers willing to kill and die for God.

The Tanning of America (2014)

The Tanning of America is a thorough examination of hip-hop as a cultural movement, whose profound influence in music, film, television, fashion, business, race relations and politics eventually paved the way for the election of Barack Obama.

The Labyrinth of Grisaia (2015)

Yuji Kazami reflects on what has shaped him after saving the hearts of five girls.

Undercover Boss: Abroad (2012)

Undercover Boss UK takes bosses from some of the biggest companies and throws them into everyday working jobs. The boss of each weeks featured company hopes to learn how workers really feel about working there, and see what can be changed to better the company, and the lives of the workers. And they have to do all of this while keeping their identity a secret to everyone involved.

War Child (2001)

Filmmaker Michael Davie documents the war in Kosovo and the resilient spirit of its battered people.

The Originals with Emeril (2011)

Chef Emeril Lagasse pays tribute to The Originals iconic food establishments that have helped shape the country's culinary landscape. While the restaurant industry is notoriously challenging and the life of a restaurant is sometimes short, every city has those cherished institutions that have stood the test of time. Emeril visits a new city in each episode and goes behind the scenes at three historic eateries.

The Music Video Exposed (2010)

The Music Video Exposed is a six week television series that aired on VH1 classic in 2010. The series focused on 80s music and the behind the scenes of the music videos. Each episode the show focuses on an artist and the director of the music video. The show breaks down the element of the video and why they show the imagery of the video that make it memorable. The Music Video Exposed is an early version of MTV's series Making the Video. The show highlights the art and style of the artists that we love as fans and the directors who made it possible.

The Finish Line (2000)

Recap of the week's major stake races; replays and interviews.

Sheila Bridges: Designer Living (2002)

Sheila Bridges gives advice on designing.

Dying for a Baby (2019)

Maffi Dona (2019)

Witch (2019)

Super Duper (2019)

A Homecoming for the Holidays (2019)

A Guide to Second Date Sex (2019)

Because (2012)

Romance Complicated (2016)

Romance Complicated is a 2016 Gujarati romantic comedy film directed by Dhwani Gautam and produced by Kirti Premraaj Jain, Nishit Jain & Rajiv Sharma. It stars Malhar Pandya and Divya Misra make their debut as leads in this Gujarati film.