Demolition High (1996)

Demolition High is a 1996 direct-to-video American action film starring Corey Haim, Alan Thicke, and Dick Van Patten.

A Gang Land Love Story (2010)

Julia, the protected baby sister of a feared African American crime lord, and Romano, the nephew of a rivaled leader in a Latino organization, have fallen in love and runaway together. Their getaway vehicle of choice: a customized Cadillac convertible. Before long they discover that the customized wheels and rims on their getaway car are packed with 20 million dollars in drugs! Now, their lovers' getaway has set off a cross-country chase involving both crime lords and the Russian Mafia.

Pingu: Chillin' With Pingu (2004)

Who is Pingu? He's a charming and cheeky young penguin who lives in the snow and ice of the South Pole. Often finding himself in tricky and comical situations, the mischievous penguin meets the challenges of life head on, as he grows into a cooler and wiser penguin along the way. The award-winning, stop-frame calymation show appeals to millions of fans worldwide. Pingu has fun chillin' with his family and friends at their Arctic home, but that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the cool adventures of this humorous penguin. Penguins have feelings too, and Pingu experiences the joys and frustrations of kids everywhere in these fun-filled stories. But sometimes things get out of hand as the mischievous little penguin goes from one "ice-capade" to another!

Be Still (2006)

A Halloween thriller

Gretchen Wilson: Still Here for the Party (2014)

In May of 2004, Gretchen Wilson celebrated the release of her record setting Here For The Party album with several hundred of her closest friends at the famous St. Louis Pageant Theatre. On October 15, 2013 Gretchen returned to The Pageant to perform the groundbreaking album in its entirety for the first time. The one-night-only event was recorded for a live STILL Here For The Party BLURAY/DVD and AUDIO CD release to commemorate the albums 10-year Anniversary. Filmed in HD, multi-track audio recorded, this project contains 2 bonus tracks. This concert contains priceless interviews and outtakes from label presidents, managers, and several others who were there for Gretchen's explosion onto the music scene.

National Parks Exploration Series: Great Smoky Mountains (2011)

Great Smoky Mountain National Park rests in the geographic province known as the Blue Ridge Mountains, named for their distinctive blue appearance when seen from a distance. The park covers over 500,000 acres of breath-taking beauty, filled with lush highland meadows, glorious waterfalls, pristine mountain streams, the highest mountain tops in the Appalachians, and to crown it all, it encompasses one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the world.

Monster High: Friday Night Frights (2012)

Monster High: Friday Night Frights is the seventh Monster High special that aired in 2012.

Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over (1980)

Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over is a Looney Tunes television special which aired on CBS on May 21, 1980. It featured three new cartoons, which featured Bugs Bunny and other Looney Tunes characters. The theme of this special is Springtime. It is included as a special feature on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5 DVD box set.

Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances (2014)

Whitney Houston was the greatest singer of her generation, but her incomparable power on stage has never been showcased until now. This is the ultimate Whitney Houston concert, including many of her classics and some special, live-only renditions.

Absolute Strangers (1991)

A husband struggles to keep his comatose wife alive by allowing the termination of her pregnancy, while pro-lifers mount a legal campaign to gain custody of the unborn fetus.

Apollo 12 (1996)

This film tells the true story of the disastrous Apollo 12, unveiling new details NASA never told us. It includes interviews with all three crewmembers and top officials, as well as other rare and never-before-seen footage.

Hurry Sundown (1967)

Hurry Sundown is a 1967 American drama film produced and directed by Otto Preminger. It stars Jane Fonda and Michael Caine. The screenplay by Horton Foote and Thomas C. Ryan is based on the 1965 novel of the same title by K.B. Gilden, a pseudonym for married couple Katya and Bert Gilden.

Robert Mitchum: The Reluctant Star (1991)

This entertainment special looks at the life and career of one of Hollywood's consummate leading men, narrated with good humor by Mitch himself. His father was half Blackfoot Indian and was killed when Mitch was only two. Raised by a hardworking mother, he hit the rails at twelve and learned the harsh realities of loneliness, insecurity, danger - and declares he enjoyed them. Though he went on to the success, acclaim and wealth that are the rewards of stardom, he always remained true to himself, unwilling to play the Hollywood game. It includes interviews with family members and colleagues like Polly Bergen, Edward Dmytryk, Jane Greer, Deborah Kerr, Ali MacGraw, Sarah Miles, Chris and John Mitchum, Sydney Pollack and Jane Russell. Also included are clips from The Story Of G.I. Joe, Crossfire, Night Of The Hunter, The Sundowners, Ryan's Daughter, The Yakuza, Farewell, My Lovely, The Friends Of Eddie Coyle, and others, plus never-before-seen family photographs and home movies.

Lone Star Holy War (2014)

A sports documentary highlighting pivotal moments of the century-old rivalry between Texas and Texas A&M. The last game played in 2011 effectively ended a Thanksgiving Day tradition for generations of Texans.

The Naked Street (1955)

The Naked Street is a 1955 American crime film noir directed by Maxwell Shane. The drama features Farley Granger, Anthony Quinn and Anne Bancroft.

Bob the Builder: The Legend of the Golden Hammer (2010)

This movie has Bob and the gang on an adventure at sea. At Fixham Harbor, Spud the Scarecrow and Scrambler try to follow the clues left by pirates to recover the golden hammer that was lost long ago by the famous Pirate Brickbeard. Each clue found in a pirate's chest brings them closer to being able to give the golden hammer to Bob as a gift. Little ones will learn about tools and how to use them while enjoying this movie.

Bank Alarm (1937)

Bank Alarm is a 1937 American crime drama film directed by Louis J. Gasnier.

The Gun Runners (1958)

The Gun Runners is a 1958 film noir crime film directed by Don Siegel, is the third adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's novel To Have and Have Not, starring Audie Murphy and Patricia Owens. Everett Sloane essays the part of the alcoholic sidekick originally played by Walter Brennan in the film's first adaptation, although Sloane's interpretation is less overtly comic. Eddie Albert delivers a bravura performance as a charismatic villain; other cast members include Jack Elam and Richard Jaeckel. Gita Hall, "Miss Stockholm of 1953", made her film debut as Albert's girlfriend Eva. The earlier remake, titled The Breaking Point (1950), was directed by Michael Curtiz and starred John Garfield.

Gun Brothers (1956)

Gun Brothers is a 1956 Western starring Buster Crabbe and Ann Robinson. It was Crabbe's first feature film in six years.

Pride of the Blue Grass (1954)

Pride of the Blue Grass is a 1954 American drama film directed by William Beaudine and starring Lloyd Bridges, Vera Miles and Margaret Sheridan. It is also known by the alternative title Prince of the Blue Grass.

Blue Valley Songbird (1999)

Blue Valley Songbird is a 1999 made-for-television movie starring Dolly Parton. It was filmed in Nashville, Tennessee.

Inside the Mafia (1959)

Inside the Mafia is a 1959 film noir crime film based on a true incident. It was based on the Albert Anastasia murder and subsequent Apalachin Meeting.

Audrey Hepburn Remembered (1993)

An interesting documentary about the life and career of Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn. There are film clips from her most popular movies, interviews with friends and co-workers, as well as with Hepburn herself. Also covered is her work with UNICEF.

Fenway Park: The Golden Age (2012)

Honoring the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park, this is a look at America's # 1 baseball shrine

The Human Trace (2008)

An undercover county cop investigates a trail of murders where the victims died without a cause of death. As he gets deeper into the mystery he realizes something sinister is gripping the town.

Behind Green Lights (1946)

Behind Green Lights is a 1946 American film noir directed by Otto Brower.

Allotment Wives (1945)

Allotment Wives (1945) is a film noir starring Kay Francis in her final screen appearance. Its plot follows an army investigator who tries to shut down a scam that preys on soldiers and unknowingly falls in love with the woman behind it.

The Dawn Express (1942)

The Dawn Express is a 1942 American film directed by Albert Herman. The film is also known as Dawn Express (American poster title).

The Savage Wild (1970)

The Savage Wild is a 1970 documentary film.

Living Landscapes HD: Hawai'i (2007)

Living Landscapes Earthscapes programs transform your screen into a window on paradise. A sensual Aloha experience of Hawaii. Just music and natural sounds as rainbows leap from ocean spray, birds rejoice at Maui's Emerald Pool, warm ocean washes over pristine beaches, tumbling cascades grace the rainforest draping Maui's Hana Highway, and Rainbow Falls & Haleakala sunrise views come alive

Johnny Cool (1963)

Johnny Cool is a 1963 crime film directed by William Asher based on the novel The Kingdom of Johnny Cool by John McPartland which stars Henry Silva and Elizabeth Montgomery. Produced in part by Peter Lawford, Johnny Cool features a cast that also includes Mort Sahl, Telly Savalas, Jim Backus, Joey Bishop, and Sammy Davis, Jr., who also sings the theme song.

Doomsday County (2010)

A select few try to keep order in a town full of zombies, vampires and a mad scientist with plans for an impending alien invasion.

Honeymoon Limited (1935)

Honeymoon Limited is a 1935 American film.

Breakfast in Hollywood (1946)

Breakfast in Hollywood is a 1946 American comedy film directed by Harold D. Schuster and written by Earl Baldwin. The film stars Tom Breneman, Bonita Granville, Beulah Bondi, Edward Ryan, Raymond Walburn, Billie Burke, ZaSu Pitts, Hedda Hopper, Andy Russell, Spike Jones and Nat King Cole. The film was released on February 26, 1946, by United Artists.

Tomato Republic (2014)

Three people in a small Texas town compete for the unpaid position of mayor.

The Journey (2009)

Justus Zuckermann, a wealthy prospector, lives with his 12-year-old daughter, Ada, on a windswept mountain plateau. Since Ada's mother died, Martha and her stepdaughter Agnes have been employed to run the household. One day Justus is fatally injured in a fall. Before he dies he orders Ada to journey south to find her true inheritance.

Numbnuts (2010)

Two teams of Internet-contestants compete against three Web-celebrity stunt masters.

Pale Force (2005)

Pale force is an eye-opening episodic series of friendship, betrayal, and bullying. Set in an urban high school, the show features three young protagonists who are the only red-heads in the entire class. Day after day, they are threatened and picked on, but one day they decide to join forces and stand up for themselves.

Predators (2000)

Documentary series that takes a close look at wild animals who hunt for prey.

Pregnancy for Dummies (2001)

Being pregnant can be a very scary time for many women. This television show, titled after the original book by the same name, gives new mothers straightforward and useful information to assist them through this exciting by challenging time. Originally shown on Discovery Health Channel, this four-part series walks pregnant women through all of the symptoms, fears, myths and essentials of carrying a child to term through the use of both real life actors and animated characters. The two doctors, Dr. Joanne Stone and Dr. Keith Eddleman, are actually the authors of the book, giving the show even more credibility and interest.

Shannon's Rainbow (2013)

Shannon's Rainbow (also listed as Amazing Racer) is a 2011 drama and family film both produced and directed by Frank E. Johnson. It stars Julianne Michelle and Claire Forlani, with a musical score by emmy winner Charles David Denler.The film was shot in western Pennsylvania from a script written by John Mowod and Larry Richert and based on Mowod's own experiences seeing his brother rehabilitate an injured horse and win a championship horse race.The main character's story about recently experiencing the death of her father is loosely based on the death of Jeff Gardner, good friend of Mowod and Richert. Mowod and Gardner collaborated on the outline of the film before Jeff Gardner was killed in an accident. The film takes its name from Jeff's oldest daughter, Shannon, and is dedicated to Jeff.

Denise Austin: Shrink Your 5 Fat Zones (2012)

Torch Calories, Sculpt Lean Muscles and Burn off the FAT! Blast away unwanted fat with Denise Austin's SHRINK YOUR 5 FAT ZONES. Denise uses her favorite fat-burning cardio exercises to target-tone trouble zones on your butt, belly, back, thighs and arms. Each workout is 10 minutes and delivers maximum calorie-burning results. When you're short on time, get in what you can, and for optimal results, do all 5 Fat Zones for a total-body fat-burning workout that you'll love! BACK Banish back fat and define your shoulders with this intense routine that will have you burning tons of calories while toning up. BUTT Lose inches from your hips and lift your butt with great sculpting moves that will tone and tighten your greatest asset. BELLY Chisel away the fat and get sexy abs with these core strengthening moves that will have you showing off your incredibly defined six-pack. ARMS Get ready to show off your sexy arms and shoulders with great sculpting moves that will tone you up in no time. THIGHS Sculpt long, lean legs and lose inches off your thighs when you tone and tighten this stubborn fat zone.

Cathnafola: A Paranormal Investigation (2015)

Paranormal investigations double feature! Cathnafola starts when acclaimed paranormal investigator Chris Halton of Haunted Earth UK receives footage taken by three teenagers at the ruins of Ireland's Cathnafola House. He sets out to research the bloody history of Cathnafola. His own night time investigation at the infamous ruins yields terrifying and disturbing revelations.

VeggieTales: King George and the Ducky (2000)

In the thirteenth episode of the Veggie Tales series, the story of King David and Bathsheba is portrayed. There is one change, and that is that Bathsheba is represented by a rubber ducky. The King spends most of his time with his rubber ducky, but that is not enough. He wants to have all the rubber duckies as his own.

High School Musical: The Concert - Extreme Access Pass (2007)

Step out of the audience and jump on stage with Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Monique Coleman, Drew Seeley and more of the cast of the award-winning hit movie High School Musical as they perform their chart-topping songs on this sensational DVD.

Hillbillys In A Haunted House (1967)

Hillbillys in a Haunted House is a 1967 American musical horror comedy film starring Ferlin Husky and Joi Lansing, and directed by Jean Yarbrough. The film is a sequel to The Las Vegas Hillbillys (1966), with Joi Lansing replacing Mamie Van Doren in the role of "Boots Malone".

Ironweed (1988)

Ironweed is a 1987 American drama film directed by Héctor Babenco. It is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name by William Kennedy, who also wrote the screenplay. It stars Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep, with Carroll Baker, Michael O'Keefe, Diane Venora, Fred Gwynne, Nathan Lane and Tom Waits in supporting roles. The story concerns the relationship of a homeless couple: Francis, an alcoholic, and Helen, a terminally ill woman during the Great Depression. Major portions of the film were shot on location in Albany, New York, including Jay Street at Lark Street, Albany Rural Cemetery and the Miss Albany Diner on North Broadway. The film was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Nicholson) and Best Actress in a Leading Role (Streep).

Hussy (1980)

Hussy is a 1980 British film starring Helen Mirren, John Shea, and Paul Angelis, and directed by Matthew Chapman.

The Hills Have Eyes Part II (1984)

The Hills Have Eyes Part II is a 1984 American horror film written and directed by Wes Craven. The film stars Tamara Stafford, Kevin Spirtas, John Bloom, Michael Berryman, Penny Johnson, Janus Blythe, John Laughlin, Willard E. Pugh, Peter Frechette, and Robert Houston. The Hills Have Eyes Part II is the sequel to the 1977 film. The film was produced by Barry Cahn, Jonathan Debin, and Peter Locke.

Deal Of The Century (1983)

Chevy Chase, Sigourney Weaver and Gregory Hines star in Deal of the Century, a devilish satire of the international arms trade from writer Paul Brickman (Risky Business) and director William Friedkin (The French Connection, The Exorcist). In the absurdist tradition of Dr. Strangelove and Wag the Dog, it's an uproarious look at an industry selling big bangs for big bucks--and shouldering big responsibility for the current sorry state of global relations. If your laughter is a little nervous, you're beginning to get the point.

Easy Come, Easy Go (1967)

On his first day as a civilian, Elvis starts his new job -- self-employed treasure hunter! Fans will dig these treasures, too: rockin' tunes, romance with a go-go dancer, underwater action, and The King twisted like a human pretzel at a groovy '60s yogafest!

Cuba Crossing (1980)

Cuba Crossing, also known as Assignment: Kill Castro, is a 1980 action film directed by Chuck Workman and distributed by Troma Entertainment. The film features Stuart Whitman, Robert Vaughn, Woody Strode, Albert Salmi, and Michael Gazzo.

The Children of Theatre Street (1977)

The Children of Theatre Street is a 1977 American documentary film directed by Robert Dornhelm and Earle I. Mack. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

The Delta Force (1986)

The Delta Force is a 1986 Israeli-American action–thriller starring Chuck Norris and Lee Marvin (in his final film appearance) as leaders of an elite squad of Special Forces troops based on the real life U.S. Army Delta Force unit. It was directed by Menahem Golan and featured Martin Balsam, Joey Bishop, Robert Vaughn, Steve James, Robert Forster, Shelley Winters, George Kennedy, and an uncredited Liam Neeson in an early role. The film was produced in Israel. Two sequels were produced entitled Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection and the direct-to-video Delta Force 3: The Killing Game. The Delta Force was "inspired by" the hijacking of TWA Flight 847.

Blades of Blood (2010)

During a turbulent time when political upheaval, rebellion, and invasion are coming to a head with a clash between two swordsmen caught up in a violent and bloody struggle to seize control of the country they love. With their army of alliance standing behind them they will meet for the most important battle of their lives. Swords will be drawn while many lives are lost, but only one swordsman will walk away the new king of the land.

The Killing of Angel Street (1981)

The Killing of Angel Street is a 1981 Australian thriller film loosely based on the BLF (Builders Labourers Federation) green bans against development in inner Sydney city waterside suburbs. It briefly touches on the real life disappearance of Juanita Nielsen, an activist against mass development in Sydney in the late 1970s. The film is directed by Donald Crombie and was shot in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The mysterious disappearance of Juanita Nielson also inspired Phillip Noyce for his 1982 film Heatwave.

I Downloaded A Ghost (2004)

I Downloaded a Ghost is a 2004 film starring Carlos Alazraqui as Winston the Ghost and Ellen Page as Stella Blackstone.

Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (1989)

Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland is a 1989 Japanese-American animated musical adventure fantasy film directed by Masami Hata and William Hurtz. Based on the comic strip Little Nemo in Slumberland by Winsor McCay, the film went through a lengthy development process with a number of screenwriters. Ultimately, the screenplay was credited to Chris Columbus and Richard Outten; the storyline and art style differed from the original version. The original soundtrack was penned by the Academy Award-winning Sherman Brothers.

The Landlady (1998)

After killing her unfaithful husband, a shattered woman (Talia Shire) sets her sights on a single tenant.

Legion Of Iron (1990)

Billy Hamilton, high-school football star, and his girlfriend, Allyson, are kidnapped from Lover's Lane by a pair of armed men who helicopter them to an underground location hidden out in the desert. At this location, "Queen" Diana forces Billy to become a gladiator in death-matches which are bet on by jaded millionaires. Meanwhile, the facility's guards use Allyson for their sexual pleasure. Billy allies himself with black athlete Lyle Wagner, kills Rex, the top-rated gladiator, and then leads a successful revolt which results in freedom for himself and Allyson.

Lions For Lambs (2007)

Inspired by their idealistic professor, Dr. Mallery (Robert Redford), to do something meaningful with their lives, Arian (Derek Luke) and Ernest (Michael Peña) join the military and ship out to Afghanistan. Their experiences tie together two separate but related stories. In California, Mallery tries to break through to a disaffected student, while in Washington, D.C., a presidential hopeful (Tom Cruise) prepares to give a journalist (Meryl Streep) the scoop of a lifetime.

Maid for Each Other (1992)

Maid for Each Other is a 1992 television film starring Nell Carter and Dinah Manoff. It was written by Manoff, Robb Gilmer, Les Alexander, Don Enright and Andrew Smith, produced by Enright and Alexander, and directed by Paul Schneider.

Man in the Mirror: The Michael Jackson Story (2004)

Man in the Mirror: The Michael Jackson Story is a 2004 Canadian-American biographical telefilm produced for VH1. The biopic stars Flex Alexander as Michael Jackson, and follows his rise to fame and subsequent events. The film takes its title from one of Jackson's songs, "Man in the Mirror". The film was primarily shot in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Core (2010)

Core goes to the heart of climbing. Join an international cast of the sport's most dedicated athletes as they stick it when it matters most. Shot in 35mm Ultra HD, get ready to see every detail of some of the nastiest pieces of rock ever climbed.

Then There Were None (1996)

More than half a million native Hawaiians were living in the islands at the time of European contact in 1778. Within 50 years, that population was cut in half as Western diseases claimed thousands of lives. A litany of events followed: American missionaries preached unfamiliar ideas and customs; sugarcane and pineapple plantations absorbed individual farmlands; waves of immigrant workers arrived, making Hawaiians a minority in their own land; and WWII brought a lasting military presence. University of Hawai'i sociologists estimate that the extinction of full-blooded Hawaiians could come within the next 45 years. This compelling story of a race displaced and now on the verge of extinction is brilliantly told in this award-winning documentary created by the great-granddaughter of Hawaiian high chiefs and English seafarers.

Dora's Christmas Carol Adventure (2009)

¡Feliz Navidad! It's Christmas time, but Swiper is up to no good! After he lands on Santa's naughty list, Dora must help the sneaky fox discover the true spirit of Christmas. You can help too as you join Dora in this retelling of a holiday classic!

Flashback (1990)

Flashback is a 1990 American adventure comedy film starring Dennis Hopper, Kiefer Sutherland and Carol Kane, written by David Loughery and directed by Franco Amurri. The film received an R rating by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA).

Cowboy Up (2001)

Cowboy Up is a 2001 film directed by Xavier Koller. It stars Kiefer Sutherland, Marcus Thomas, Molly Ringwald, and Daryl Hannah. It won the Crystal Heart Award at the 2001 Heartland Film Festival.

Andy Hardy's Private Secretary (1941)

Andy Hardy's Private Secretary is a 1941 American family film comedy directed by George B. Seitz. The film stars Lewis Stone, Mickey Rooney, Kathryn Grayson, Ann Rutherford and Fay Holden. This was the tenth of the 16-film Andy Hardy series.

VeggieTales: MacLarry & the Stinky Cheese Battle (2013)

Larry the Cucumber stars as MacLarry- a misfit inventor who is stuck in the middle of the silliest battle every between two tribes of perpetual pranksters!

Brass Target (1978)

Brass Target is a 1978 American post-World War II suspense film, based on the novel The Algonquin Project by Frederick Nolan, that was produced by Berle Adams & Arthur Lewis and directed by John Hough. It stars Sophia Loren, John Cassavetes, Robert Vaughn, George Kennedy, Patrick McGoohan, and Max von Sydow. Brass Target revolves around the actual historical event of Gen. George S. Patton's German automobile crash that later proved fatal. The film suggests it was not an accident but a conspiracy.

Body Slam (1986)

Body Slam is a 1987 American comedy film directed by Hal Needham, starring Dirk Benedict, Roddy Piper, Tanya Roberts, Sam Fatu and Captain Lou Albano. The film revolves around a down-and-out music promoter who inadvertently becomes a successful professional wrestling manager. After being exiled from the business by a rival manager, he finds success in promoting shows that feature both wrestling and rock music. The film features many well-known wrestlers of the time and references the Rock 'n' Wrestling era of professional wrestling. Hal Needham, who had previously directed the successful Smokey and the Bandit films, had arguments with the pair that produced and wrote the film regarding his changes to the script, resulting in lawsuits that delayed the film's release. As a result, the film was never theatrically released and was instead released direct-to-video. It was Needham's final film.

Babar: King of the Elephants (1999)

Babar: King of the Elephants is a 1999 animated film made by Nelvana Limited, Homemade Films, and TMO-Loonland and released in theaters in Canada and the U.S. by Alliance Communications and later on home video by HBO Home Video. Based on Jean de Brunhoff's book series, it is the second Babar film, following Babar: The Movie.

Countryman (1982)

Countryman (1982) is an independent action/adventure film directed by Dickie Jobson. It tells the story of a Jamaican fisherman whose solitude is shattered when he rescues two Americans from the wreckage of a plane crash. The fisherman, called Countryman, is hurled into a political plot by the dangerous Colonel Sinclair. Countryman uses his knowledge of the terrain and his innate combat skills to survive. The film was shot in Jamaica and featured a reggae soundtrack performed by Lee "Scratch" Perry and Bob Marley & the Wailers. It was produced by Island Records founder Chris Blackwell and has become a cult classic.[citation needed]

The Horses Of McBride (2012)

The Horses of McBride, also known as "Christmas Rescue," is a made-for-TV movie from 2012. It follows the exploits of Nicki, played by MacKenzie Porter, as she encounters a pair of stray horses trapped deep within the snowy Rocky Mountains. Unwilling to let the animals suffer, Nicki does anything and everything that she can in order to help the creatures. The Horses of McBride is 89 minutes in length and won director Anne Wheeler awards from Leo Awards and the Director's Guild of Canada for best direction in 2013. The film was also nominated for a Gemini Award in 2014.

Consinsual (2010)

A detective weaves through a web of deceit when a faithful husband (Siaka Massaquoi) faces accusations of rape.

Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (1994)

Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (also known as Phantasm III) is a 1994 horror film and is the second sequel in the Phantasm series, written and directed by Don Coscarelli. The film stars Angus Scrimm as the Tall Man, Reggie Bannister and A. Michael Baldwin. It is followed by Phantasm IV: Oblivion.

The Pool Boys (2010)

The Pool Boys, also known as American Summer, is a 2011 comedy film directed by James B. Rogers. It stars Matthew Lillard, Brett Davern, Rachelle Lefèvre, Efren Ramirez and Tom Arnold. Principal photography began in late April 2007, with filming taking place throughout the New Orleans Metropolitan Area. Since wrapping at the end of the following month, the film struggled to find a wide release. The film was later released to home media on December 27, 2011.

The Old Man and the Sea (1999)

The Old Man and the Sea is a 1999 paint-on-glass-animated short film directed by Russian animator Aleksandr Petrov, based on the novel of the same name by Ernest Hemingway. The film won many awards, including the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film.

Overkill (1996)

A vacationing Los Angeles policeman (Aaron Norris) falls in with a computer whiz who swindled a crooked developer (Michael Nouri).

Me, Natalie (1969)

Me, Natalie is a 1969 American comedy-drama film directed by Fred Coe. The screenplay by A. Martin Zweiback is based on an original story by Academy Award-winner Stanley Shapiro, who previously wrote the Doris Day comedies Pillow Talk (1959), Lover Come Back (1961), and That Touch of Mink (1962). The film's cast includes Patty Duke, James Farentino, Salome Jens, Elsa Lanchester, Nancy Marchand and Martin Balsam. This was Al Pacino's film debut.

Nightwing (1979)

Nightwing is a 1979 American horror film directed by Arthur Hiller. The screenplay by Martin Cruz Smith, Steve Shagan, and Bud Shrake is based on the 1977 novel of the same title by Smith. Its tagline is "Day belongs to man, but night is theirs!" It was one of many Jaws rip-offs that were popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s, including Orca: The Killer Whale (1977), Tentacles (1977), The Pack (1977), Piranha (1978), Alligator (1980) and Great White (1980). It also was Hiller's only horror film.

Across the Sierras (1941)

Across the Sierras is a 1941 American Western film directed by D. Ross Lederman. The Sierras are not shown nor are they mentioned.

The Mayor (2011)

Sam Berger, an 88-year-old womanizer, lives it up in a Texas retirement home until his relationship with a 61-year-old woman hits the rocks.

Welcome Aboard (2011)

Taillandier is a well-known painter in his sixties, but despite his success he finds himself overwhelmed by depression and decides to give up on his art. With no direction or destination in mind, he leaves his home without giving an explanation to even those closest to him. During his travels he has an unlikely encounter with Marylou, a young girl rejected by her own mother and also seeking out her path in life.

An Alligator Named Daisy (1955)

An Alligator Named Daisy is a 1955 British comedy film directed by J. Lee Thompson and starring Donald Sinden, Jeannie Carson, James Robertson Justice, Diana Dors, Roland Culver and Stanley Holloway.

Watchers Of The Sky (2014)

Watchers of the Sky is a 2014 American documentary film directed by Edet Belzberg. The film premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2014 in the U.S. Documentary Competition. It won the two awards at the festival. It went on to win the Jonathan Daniels Award at the Monadnock International Film Festival and the Ostrovsky Award for Best Documentary Film at the Jerusalem Film Festival. After its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, Music Box Films acquired the US distribution rights. The film was released in October 2014. Films We Like released it in Canada and Madman Entertainment released it in New Zealand and Australia.

The Angel and the Soldier Boy (1989)

A 25 minute animated film without words based on the prize-winning picture book by Peter Collington. Music by Clannad Animation by Alison de Vere For her birthday a little girl is given a pink piggy bank, a shiny new coin, a picture book about pirates and two tiny dolls - an Angel and a Soldier Boy. While she sleeps, the pirates jump out of the picture book and steal the shiny coin out of her piggy bank. The noise wakes the Soldier Boy who chases after them, but he is overpowered and taken prisoner. The Angel sets off bravely to rescue her love and we follow their adventures, out to sea and back again, as they retrieve the coin and bring it safely home to the little girl

Hologram Man (1995)

A terrorist's soul escapes from a computer prison and stalks the streets as an electromagnetic hologram.

Di Tresette ce n'è uno, tutti gli altri son nessuno (1974)

the crazy bunch video is a street comedy loaded with tons of raw talent from different areas of the mid-west also includes the 10min interview with Flick D the fake OG.

Dos Calles y una Chica (2014)

Our story is set in southern Spain, in Jerez de la Frontera, a city known as the cradle of flamenco. Full of local color and great background music, it follows Adela, a fictional flamenco costume designer, on an important day in her life. Adela's activities are intercut by scenes from the two streets that intersect near her front window. We see that just as there a rhythm to Adela's life, each street also has its own rhythm. Background music includes the cante (flamenco singing) of well-known flamenco artist Antonio de la Malena, plus original compositions by guitarist Malena Hijo. The dialogue is in Spanish with English subtitles.

Bob The Builder: Here To Help (2012)

Bob the Builder loves helping people and children can share in his joy to assist others with a large collection of episodes. As Bob completes his jobs, he finds time to team up with his friends for assistance at birthday parties, local events, and when disaster strikes. The episodes also feature the newest character Dizzy, who is a fast-riding ATV that loves to pop wheelies.

Cracker & Camper Van Beethoven: First Annual Camp Out Live (2006)

On September 9 & 10, 2005, the bands Camper Van Beethoven and Cracker hosted the first Camp Out in Pioneertown, California. Led by singer David Lowery, the bands celebrated two decades of work by coordinating special concerts with lineups featuring the original members. The event also included rare sets from such notorious side projects as Monks of Doom and performances by Johnny Hickman, Victor Krummenacher, Jonathan Segel, Porch Stock Footage, and Greg Lisher.

Campaign (2007)

Pro surfers are the solution in corporate marketing. Action sports are hot and the suits will do anything for a piece of the action. As they say in the ad game, Surfing sells. Two years in the making, Campaign is a comedy that combines a joke at corporate America combined with the most mind blowing surfing of today pushing the boundaries of what is possible with a board and a wave. Combine the best surfers in the world with comedically commercial shorts and a psychotic soundtrack and you have Campaign.

E-A-G-L-E-S: The Movie (2005)

E-A-G-L-E-S. The loudest, most passionate rallying cry amongst all NFL teams. A chant that evokes the deepest emotions and stirs memories as it magically transforms fans. Screamed from stands, living rooms, bars and tailgate parties, it is clear that the Eagles and their fans "go together like Cheese and Steak, baby!" And finally, their cry has been answered with the team's first NFC Championship in 24 years! Now, Eagles fans get their due - a film about them and their team. A film that is a unique blend of behind-the-scenes access with players and the front office, and a season's chronicle through the eyes and experiences of the faithful. Journey with a collection of the team's diehard fans as they experience one of the greatest seasons in Eagles history; one that saw records set, ghosts exorcised, and Dallas humbled! Their excitement is contagious. You'll catch yourself cheering and feeling their joy at making the playoffs. And you'll see how this team brought respect to a city through a trip to the Super Bowl.

Varian & Putzi: A 20th Century Tale (2011)

Varian and Putzi: A 20th Century Tale is a compelling exploration of some of the twists and turns of twentieth century history. This tale of circumstance and choice charts two men's personal journeys and examines their very different responses to epic events. Ultimately, Varian and Putzi is a film about how the actions of a single individual can affect the course of history.

Tachyonic Anti-Telephone (2014)

Imagine making a simple phone call. Now Imagine that you needed 3 people to make that call, because of course ,you are in the 4th dimension. Now imagine that the distances between you are so vast, that even the speed of light is not fast enough to get the signals through, so you have to use tachyons, which travel faster than light. But there's a catch, one of the 3 people on the call committed a violent crime, but they will not know it until the call is completed. Imagine how messages and voices and words can get confused when making a phone call from one galaxy to another, through another dimension, and past fractured time. Ever hear static on a call? What if you were speaking to someone from the 4th dimension, and their words made no sense, and they were speaking in the 3rd person, and they were living in eternity, so time meant nothing, and they had to talk to you. Would you understand them? Would it be garbled? Would it drive you insane? Would you hang up? Watch and see.

Lots and Lots of Trucks: Hard Workin' Trucks (2008)

Hey good buddies, no matter what your age, if you love trucks we guarantee you'll love this jam-packed action sing-a-long new DVD, Lots & Lots of Trucks : Hard Workin' Trucks! Its filled with lots and lots of construction trucks and ground-pounding, dirt-flying, close-up action! Plus, youll see trucks of every shape and size; there are so many trucks in this program youll hardly be able to count them all! You'll thrill to the crunching power of massive steam shovels, watch in awe as mighty logging machines saw through massive trees in seconds and witness real fire-fighting rigs in action! Plus, there's tow trucks, toy trucks, and plenty of trucks and tractors from down on the farm! See everything from big-rigs on the road and garbage hauling trucks to giant dumpers and mini-dozers - youll find them all in this fantastic collection! Special Bonus Section features a look at some good lookin trucks from the past! Spectacular camera footage combined with award-winning sing along song music by James Coffey and lots of real-life sounds make the thrilling action of these mighty machines a favorite among young and old alike!

Incident (2012)

With James's lover soon returning home from his military service, James has ended his brief fling with Steve and is preparing to greet his lover. There's just one problem: Steve, who shows up on James doorstep hoping to rekindle their relationship.

My Mouth Lies Screaming (2009)

Sideshow Cinema strikes again with another ridiculous comedy feature! A psychopath known as the "Bow Tie Killer" terrorizes the area as he ruthlessly kills young women. A pair of lurid lovers take advantage of the killer's MO to enact two murders of their own; dispose of their respective spouses. However, they've made a big mistake. They've incurred the wrath of the real Bow Tie Killer. And now they will set off a series of murders they can't control. Because they're stupid. A wickedly funny "giallo" movie from the makers of "The Dungeon of Dr. Dreck."