Crush (2009)

Crush is a 2009 Australian thriller film directed by Jeffrey Gerritsen and John V. Soto. It stars Christopher Egan as Julian, an American martial arts champ house sitting a luxury home in Perth. Julian's life unravels when he cheats on his girlfriend, Clare (Brooke Harman) with Anna (Emma Lung). It was released in Australia in April 2009. It was released on DVD in North America on 14 July 2010.

Cry For The Strangers (1982)

A couple lease a house in a seaside village. The town is haunted by a series of strange deaths that have taken place during violent storms. Their quest for answers leads to a terrifying climax.

Cycles South (1971)

Three young men decide to break the monotony in their lives by climbing on their motorcycles, pointing them south and heading wherever fate takes them. Blazing a trail across seven Latin American countries, they encounter new thrills around each turn.

Damsel (2015)

Damsel is a 2015 American drama film directed by Douglas Burgdorff and starring Aimée Laurence, Craig Anderson, Evan Todd, Eleanore Pienta, and Michael Burnet.

Dance the Past Into the Future (2014)

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

Level 26: Dark Prophecy (2010)

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

Dave Chappelle: For What it's Worth (2004)

Dave Chappelle, one of comedy's hottest stars, takes his trademark humor before a live audience with an uncensored, no-holds-barred comedy special Dave Chappelle: For What It's Worth. Chappelle says what people could say - but won't and don't dare to.

Dawn of the Ocean (2014)

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

Daylight (2013)

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

Whitney Cummings: Money Shot (2010)

Whitney Cummings gets the stage to herself in this debut special, which finds the young comedian riffing on a wide range of topics, chiefly the differences between men and women and how both behave in relationships.

William's Doll (1981)

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

Eat a Bowl of Tea (1989)

Ben's wife wants some attention. Ben's boss wants some dedication. Ben's father wants some grandchildren. And Ben just wants a minute to sort it all out in Wayne Wang's gentle comedy, Eat a bowl of tea. In New York's Chinatown of the late 1940s, young Ben Loy (Russell Wong), fresh out of the service, has his whole life spread out before him - including a job, an apartment and a marriage arranged by his father (Victor Wong) to the beautiful Mei Oi (Cora Miao). But as eager as the couple is to see what America has to offer them, that's how eager the whole of Chinatown seems to see some first-generation U.S. offspring. And when Ben's celebrated young marriage threatens to crumble in the face of this pressure, it's up to him to separate his dreams from his father's, and to find a future for himself and his wife in their new adopted homeland. Directed by Wayne Wang (Maid in Manhattan, The Joy Luck Club), Eat a bowl of tea is a charming, warm-hearted film based on the classic underground novel by Louis Chu.

Elmo's World: Head To Toe With Elmo! (2003)

One, two, buckle your shoe...Elmo gets dressed, and you can, too! Come along and learn all about jackets, hats, and shoes with Elmo. With a dancing shade, a mischievous drawer, a frisky television and a playful computer, Elmo's World is the perfect place for preschoolers to learn all about the world around them. Elmo and his friends take a trip to the shoe store, learn how to make a magical hat, and chat with a fuzzy pink jacket. Getting dressed and learning are fun in Elmo's World!

Elmo's World: What Makes You Happy? (2007)

Join Sesame Street's curious red monster as he explores the things that make him happy: friends, singing, and dancing. Each segment comes to life in Elmo's bright, exciting, and very original room-the drawer, door, shade, and TV all join in the fun. Elmo's visitors in this delightful video include his friends from Sesame Street, an Opera diva, and even a dance team! Also featuring Elmo's pet goldfish, Dorothy, the zany Mr. Noodle, and special guest star Kristin Chenoweth.

In the Middle of Heaven (2012)

A young executive (Magali Boysselle) and a janitor (Noé Hernández) reflect on their lives after they become trapped together on a rooftop.

Enter The Dominion (2013)

Jonathan hires Sheldon to help him with a shady business deal, and Sheldon has to decide if he will break the law or try to take down one of the most dangerous moguls in the world.

Every Thing Will Be Fine (2015)

Every Thing Will Be Fine is a 2015 German drama film directed by Wim Wenders, written by Bjørn Olaf Johannessen and produced in 3D. It is Wenders’ first full-length dramatic feature in seven years. The film stars James Franco, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Rachel McAdams and Marie-Josée Croze. It premiered out of competition on February 10, 2015 at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. The film made its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, 2015. It was released in the United States in a limited release and through video on demand on December 4, 2015 by IFC Films

Four Stories of St. Julian (2010)

Four strangers become trapped in the elevator of a decrepit inner-city building.

Freerunner (2011)

Freerunner is a 2011 action movie by Lawrence Silverstein starring Sean Faris (Never Back Down), Danny Dyer and Tamer Hassan in lead roles.

The Olmsted Legacy: America's Urban Parks (2011)

From PBS - Frederick Law Olmsted designed New York City's Central Park with Calvert Vaux over 150 years ago, and it remains an undisputed haven of tranquility amidst one of the largest, tallest, and most unnatural places on earth. This film examines the creation of America's great city parks in the late 1800s through the enigmatic eyes of Frederick Law Olmsted, visionary urban planner and landscape architect. In his own words, Olmsted and America's Urban Parks weaves together Olmsted's engaging and poignant personal story with those of the lasting masterpieces he left for us today, featuring Academy Award-winning actor Kevin Kline as the voice of Frederick Law Olmsted.

Bits (2012)

BITS features diverse short stories, some are meeting for the first time, others are rethinking their relationships. Filmed in four countries, in multiple different settings, BITS will have something for everyone.

License to Kill (1964)

Nick Carter va tout casser is a French action film starring Eddie Constantine as Nick Carter. An English version was dubbed by Eddie Constantine dubbing himself. Constantine repeated his role in Nick Carter et le trèfle rouge (1965). The film was titled License to Kill in the USA.

Mister Scrooge to See You (2013)

Sent on a journey 170 years into the future, Scrooge encounters a world even colder and greedier than his own, a world that includes a young cutthroat businessman named Timothy Cratchit VI. Will Scrooge be able to turn Cratchit from his selfish ways and teach him the true meaning of Christmas?

A Private's Affair (1959)

A Private's Affair is a 1959 film directed by Raoul Walsh. It stars Sal Mineo and Christine Carère. The film was nominated for a Golden Globe in 1960.

A Short History Of Decay (2014)

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

A Swan Lake (2014)

Alexander Ekman is an internationally acclaimed choreographer, recognized for his ability to pair wit and playfulness. His new full-length ballet A Swan Lake, nominated for a 2015 Benois de la Danse, takes a fresh look at Tchaikovsky's classic work.

A Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan (1996)

Recorded in Austin, Texas in 1995, A Tribute To Stevie Ray Vaughan is a live celebration of the celebrated modern blues guitarist featuring 10 electrifying performances by B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Robert Cray, Dr. John and more.

August (2011)

August is an American drama film, released in 2011. The full length directorial debut of Eldar Rapaport, the film stars Murray Bartlett as Troy, a man returning to Los Angeles five years after abandoning his long-term relationship with Jonathan (Daniel Dugan) to move to Spain. His return, however, poses problems for Jonathan, whose unresolved feelings and continued attraction to Troy threaten his relationship with his current partner Raul (Adrian Gonzalez). The film is an expansion of Rapaport's 2005 short film Postmortem, which also starred Bartlett and Dugan.

Awaydays (2009)

Awaydays is a 2009 British film directed by Pat Holden and stars Stephen Graham. It is based on the novel of the same name by Kevin Sampson, originally published eleven years previously in 1998. The film follows Paul Carty, a 19-year-old in the aftermath of his mother's death who becomes part of The Pack - a legendary group of football hooligans who dress casual and wear Peter Storm cagoules, carry Stanley knives and follow Tranmere Rovers F.C.

Awful Normal (2004)

Celesta Davis has been on both Oprah and Primetime Live to talk about Awful Normal. Celesta and Karen Davis grew up in a loving family. They shared many wonderful childhood moments and, at the time, thought it all was normal. But when Karen and Celesta were molested in 1978, little was being done about sexual abuse. Their parents' lack of action was neither questioned nor challenged, including years of continued social contact with the perpetrator, his wife and their two young children. This made for some not-so-normal memories. Twenty-five years later, feeling unresolved, they begin their quest to find the man who took advantage of their innocence and to ask him something that has haunted them for almost their entire life: "Why?" Director Davis takes one of the most personal journeys to tell her and her family's remarkable story, exploring the inner depths of a woman's psyche, which has been harmed, but refuses to be broken. A testament to the fragility and strength of the human spirit, Awful Normal explores the ripple effect of a single action across generations and families and puts these women literally face to face with their demons.

Bad Actress (2011)

In this Hollywood satire, has-been TV star Alyssa Rampart-Pillage resuscitates her career in the wake of a tragic golf ball accident that kills her daughter — and her sudden popularity accelerates when she’s accused of killing her husband.

Barah Aana (2009)

Barah Aana is a 2009 Indian comedy-drama film written and directed by Raja Menon. The title refers to 12 Barah in Hindustani aanas, which was a unit of Indian currency before decimalisation. Barah Aana stars Naseeruddin Shah, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Vijay Raaz and Arjun Mathur. The film depicts the lives of working-class Indians in a globalized milieu and how events spiral out of control when the characters try their hands at crime.

The Axis of Evil Comedy Tour (2007)

In a time when East and West do not seem to understand each other, top stand-up comics of Middle Eastern descent, Ahmed Ahmed, Aron Kader, and Maz Jobrani, take it upon themselves to bridge the gap with an original comedy special.Special guest Dean Obeidallah, who's appeared on Saturday Night Live joins the Axis of Evil creators for this sold-out, no-holds-barred event that has made headlines everywhere from CNN to Newsweek.Nothing is off limits. Whether it's gay terrorists or the difficulty of flying in post 9/11 America, the AXIS OF EVIL COMEDY TOUR blasts stereotypes with outrageous humor.

The Ballad of Shovels and Rope (2014)

A two-man family band uses hard work and ingenuity to emerge as "artist of the year."

The Biggest Bundle of Them All (1968)

The Biggest Bundle of Them All is a 1968 American crime film set in Naples, Italy. The story is about a mobster and a novice gang of crooks who team up to steal $5 million worth of platinum ingots from a train. The film stars Robert Wagner and Raquel Welch and was directed by Ken Annakin.

The Brotherhood III: Young Demons (2003)

The Brotherhood III: Young Demons is a 2003 film directed by David DeCoteau. It is the third of the Brotherhood series of homoerotic horror films that started with The Brotherhood.

The Devil's Miner (2005)

The Devil's Miner is a 2005 documentary film directed by independent film directors Kief Davidson and Richard Ladkani. The film follows a fourteen-year-old Bolivian boy named Basilio Vargas who along with his twelve-year-old brother Bernardino work in the mines near the city of Potosí. The film includes many subtle realities of the miner's lives such as the need to chew coca leaves to numb the pain of hunger and the long shifts they work regardless of age. The film made its world premier at the Rotterdam film festival and its U.S. debut at the Tribeca Film Festival.

The Doobie Brothers: Rockin' Down the Highway - The Wildlife Concert (1996)

This historic live concert event unites the three lead vocalists of The Doobie Brothers for a special greatest hits performance including brand new music, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage.

The Fastest Guitar Alive (1967)

The Fastest Guitar Alive is a 1967 American musical comedy film directed by Michael D. Moore and starring singer Roy Orbison in his only starring role as an actor. A musical western, the story is set near the end of the American Civil War, with Orbison portraying a Southern spy with a bullet-shooting guitar given the task of robbing gold bullion from the United States Mint in San Francisco in order to help finance the Confederacy's war effort. The film features Orbison performing seven original songs which appeared on his 1967 MGM record album of the same name. His song "There Won't Be Many Coming Home" is featured in the 2015 western film The Hateful Eight.

The Ghosts of Buxley Hall (1980)

The Ghosts of Buxley Hall is a 1980 American made-for-television fantasy-comedy film produced by Walt Disney Productions, directed by Bruce Bilson and starring Dick O'Neill, Victor French, Louise Latham and Monte Markham. It was originally broadcast on NBC as a two-part episode on Disney's Wonderful World on December 21 and 28, 1980.

The Girl From Jones Beach (1949)

The Girl from Jones Beach is a 1949 American comedy film directed by Peter Godfrey and written by I. A. L. Diamond. The film stars Ronald Reagan, Virginia Mayo, Eddie Bracken, Dona Drake, Henry Travers and Lois Wilson. The film was released by Warner Bros. on July 16, 1949.

The Greatest Ears In Town: The Arif Mardin Story (2010)

The Greatest Ears in Town: The Arif Mardin Story is a 2010 documentary about the Grammy winning music producer Arif Mardin. The documentary was produced by his son Joe Mardin and was directed by Doug Biro. It was made in the years prior to Arif's death in 2006 from pancreatic cancer.

The Ground Beneath Their Feet (2014)

Two young women become paralyzed after an earthquake and have to find a new place in society when they are unable to fill the traditional roles of being wives and mothers.

The Gruffalo's Child (2011)

The Gruffalo's Child is a 2011 British short computer animated TV film based on the picture book written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler. A sequel to The Gruffalo, the film was shown on Christmas Day 2011 in the United Kingdom, exactly two years after the debut of the first film.

The Rock 'n' Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher (2012)

The Rock 'n' Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher is an American independent comedy film written by Jack Roberts and directed by Justin Monroe. It stars Jack Roberts as the titular character, Duncan Christopher. The Rock 'n' Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher was filmed in and near Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the fall of 2008. It was in post-production for most of 2009. It premiered in 2010 on March 27th at the Method Fest Independent Film Festival, where it was nominated for Best Low Budget Feature Film and won the award for Best Marketing Campaign. The movie went on to win 10 awards with 7 of them Best Feature, Jury or Audience Awards, including the Best Okie Feature at the 2010 deadCENTER Film Festival. It was an Official Selection at several prestigious film festivals around the world, including Mar del Plata Film Festival in Argentina, STARZ Denver Film Festival, San Diego International Film Festival, and the Heartland Film Festival.

The Rolling Stones: Charlie Is My Darling - Ireland 1965 (2012)

ABKCO Films presents a meticulously restored and fully-realized version of this first-ever, legendary, but never released film. Shot during a quick tour of Ireland just weeks after "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" hit # 1 on the charts, The Rolling Stones Charlie is my Darling - Ireland 1965 is an intimate, behind-the-scenes diary of life on the road with the young Stones. It features the first professionally filmed concert performances of the band and documents the early frenzy of their fans and the riots the band's appearances inspired. The band is shown traveling through the Irish countryside by train; dashing from cabs to cramped, basement dressing rooms through screaming hordes of fans. Motel rooms host impromptu songwriting sessions and familiar classics are heard in their infancy as riff and lyric are united. Charlie is my Darling is the invaluable frame that captures the spark about to combust into The Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World.

The Sublime and Beautiful (2014)

After a tragedy strikes his family, David must come to terms with his grief while maintaining a grasp on his home life. He does everything he can to hold on, but his desire for retribution leads him to the breaking point.

The Unholy (1988)

The Unholy is a 1988 horror film directed by Camilo Vila and starring Ben Cross and Ned Beatty. It also features Trevor Howard in his final role.

Children of the Wind (2013)

Two brothers and a cousin journey from humble fishing families on the tiny Caribbean island of Bonaire to become three of the best freestyle windsurfers in history.

Jesse (2011)

Nassau County, New York Police detective Jesse turns vigilante as she investigates her brother's murder and enters into a world of crime, corruption, and shocking deception.

JT: Reflections (2013)

JT: Reflections follows pop superstar/actor Justin Timberlake's journey from rising child star to the powerhouse he is known as today. Justin got his start on the competition show "Star Search" and was also a cast member on Disney's "The All New Mickey Mouse Club". From there, he rose to fame as the lead singer of the 90s boy band N'Sync and later launched his incredibly successful solo career. Singer, songwriter, philanthropist, actor, producer, dancer, and business man, Justin Timberlake wears many hats and will continue to reach success in whatever he may decide to do next.

Alfred Hitchcock: Master of Suspense (2013)

This is a wonderful and revealing film about famed horror and suspense director Alfred Hitchcock. You'll see behind-the-scenes of some of his most famous films including Psycho, Rear Window, Dial M for Murder, Vertigo and many more! Containing interviews, unique production shorts, trailers, film clips, news segments, and more, this collection offers a rare look into the life and times of this man who became a Hollywood legend and the undisputed Master of Suspense!

Space Tourists (2010)

Space Tourists is a feature-length documentary of the Swiss director Christian Frei. The film had its premiere at the Zurich Film Festival in 2009 and has won the "World Cinema Directing Award" at the Sundance Film Festival in 2010.

The Prick (1981)

Minnesota is known for its nice people. Roshan is one of these individuals: a twenty-something childcare worker who has become deeply unsatisfied with the price of being "nice." Socially rebuffed and romantically frustrated, Roshan transforms into a sarcastic and mean-spirited manipulator, discovering along the way that this persona is more interesting to women. But will this change really lead to greater happiness, or will it turn Roshan's world upside down? From first time writer/director Justin Hawkins, comes a twisted and hilarious deconstruction of politeness, love and the nature of indecency. Say goodbye to Minnesota Nice and say hello to Prick.

Pepe Aguilar Mtv Unplugged (2014)

Singer, songwriter, producer and 9 time Grammy winner (Naras/Laras) Pepe Aguilar recorded “Pepe Aguilar: MTV Unplugged”. Produced by Meme del Real includes collaborations by Miguel Bose, Natalia LaFourcade, Angela and Leonardo Aguilar among others.

A Bullet for Pretty Boy (1970)

A Bullet for Pretty Boy is a 1970 American feature film from director Larry Buchanan. It stars Fabian Forte as gangster Pretty Boy Floyd and co-stars Jocelyn Lane in her final performance before retiring from acting.

The Erectionman (2010)

This movie tracks the history of a little pill that popped on to the market ten years ago, and turned the world upside down. These tiny blue diamonds are also known as Viagra. Nosy and armed with a healthy dose of humor, the director discovers a tale about virility, anxiety and the state of our modern-day man.

Rebellion of Thought (2006)

What is post-modernism? How has it affected our culture? How will it impact our future? What is the role of the Christian church in a post-modern world? Does man truly need God or is God merely a fairytale idea left-over from a past cultural experiment? These questions are the launching point for Rebellion of Thought, as filmmakers, The Brothers Williamson examine a new generation that refuse to accept authority, code and convention. They probe the impact and consequences of such thinking both for the church and society. So, in the midst of all this, how do believers in Christ express their faith in a compelling, relevant way? What does it mean to love your neighbor as yourself? Parents, educators, small group leaders and Christian churches ignore the questions raised in Rebellion of Thought at their own peril. Without this critical examination, the result of post-modernism will bankrupt future generations in the years to come. Featuring these experts who take a critical look at the role of authentic Christian faith in a post-modern culture: Angus Menuge (Chair of Philosophy - Concordia University), D.A. Carson (Prof. Of New Testament - Trinity Evangelical Divinity School), Jim Spiegel (Professor of Philosophy - Taylor University), Bruce Ellis Benson (Assoc. Prof. Of Philosophy - Wheaton College), Gene Edward Veith, Jr. (Culture Editor - World Magazine) They don't just dance around the edges of this mind-splitting phenomenon. They ask the searing, heart-rendering questions and offer some thoughtful and tangible solutions. Raw, urgent music by a variety of Indie bands provides the musical context for this video journey. Abby Someone, Inner Surge, Joniqa, Mixtapes for Girlfriends, Stereovolt, West of Verona, Audrey Hatcher Woodams and others are featured, with the entire video's soundtrack available separately on the DVD extras.

Cow Power: The Film (2013)

The movie Cow Power is a documentary film that takes a focus on the jeopardy of our environment. This documentary takes place in Vermont around several farmers in the area who have come up with a to help protect our environment and lessen our carbon footprint. In this documentary, viewers will meet various farmers in the area who have found a way to take the manure from their cows and use it to create a renewable energy. They are being supported, as well as funded, by the local utility company. It is their way of showing the world that they do give a crap about our environment.

Scientology: The Science of Truth or the Art of Deception? (2012)

To some, Scientology is a bona fide religion based upon rigorous research and its doctrines are akin to universal scientific laws. But to others, including some former members, Scientology is a cult whose so-called doctrines are nothing more than ridiculous science-fiction stories invented by founder, L. Ron Hubbard. What is the truth about Scientology?

My Dog: An Unconditional Love Story (2009)

MY DOG: AN UNCONDITIONAL LOVE STORY explores the unique relationship between people and their beloved pets through candid interviews with notable dog lovers. Viewers are offered an intimate glimpse into the lives of these actors and musicians, authors and designers through the aspect of their lives that unites them all: the profound connection they have with their dogs. A tribute to all the dogs that have made our lives richer and happier, MY DOG captures the remarkable bond between our dogs and ourselves. In appreciation, twenty percent of every dollar earned by the film will be donated to nonprofit animal welfare charities designated by our participants.

Luggage Of The Gods! (1983)

Luggage of the Gods! is a 1983 American comedy film. In the movie, cavemen living in a mountainous region of Latin America are completely disconnected from the modern world. They speak a simple constructed language, similar to that used in the 1981 movie Caveman. They worship and greatly fear airliners that regularly pass overhead. Tradition in the tribe dictated that they avert their eyes whenever a plane flies overhead. One day, an airliner's cargo malfunctions, causing it to jettison a good deal of luggage. Two young male cavemen break the taboo against looking at the planes, and observe the falling luggage. When they leave the tribe, they find clothing, cassettes, and counterfeit paintings, which wreak havoc on the power structure and economy of the tribe. Events get even more out of hand when the counterfeiters come looking for the paintings. Writer and director David Kendall had an extremely tight budget. According to The New York Times, the film was shot "entirely on locations in New York, at city parks and near Bear Mountain". The movie was released on June 19, 1983 and is available on VHS but has not been released on DVD. Similar themes were explored in The Gods Must Be Crazy, a film in which an isolated African tribe was wrecked by a Coke bottle thrown from a plane.

Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry (1986)

Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry is a 1986 American made-for-television romantic comedy film directed by George Schaefer and starring Katharine Hepburn and Harold Gould which premiered on CBS on Easter Sunday, March 30, 1986. It tells the story of a widow who shocks her upper-class, Anglo-American family when she announces that she has fallen in love with her Jewish doctor. His family is equally unhappy with the news, and both individuals have to fight the prejudices of their families.

Elephant in the Room (2014)

Whether in a boxing ring or hospital, Devonne Canady has always been a fighter, either as the underdog or for the underdog. In this Justin Ervin directed documentary, we follow the former. Watch Devonne, an Olympic boxing gold medalist/pediatric nurse/boxing coach as she mentors two inner city teenagers, Emily and Zaneta, through her non-profit gym Elephant in the Room Boxing Club.

Angel Wishes: Journey of a Spiritual Healer (2010)

The true-life story of Lana Bettencourt. A woman who endured abusive childhood situations and two abusive marriages to answer her calling of helping others as a Spiritual Healer. Experience the life's events, circumstances and conditions that lead her to a world of healing others. This is a unique Spiritual experience that will make you laugh and cry as you see her amazing life unveiled. This movie is a must see for anyone that needs to heal.

Road To Zanzibar (1941)

Road to Zanzibar is a 1941 Paramount Pictures comedy film starring Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour, and marked the second of seven picture in the popular "Road to …" series made by the trio. Paramount executives owned the rights to a story by Sy Bartlett titled "Find Colonel Fawcett" about two men trekking through the jungles of Madagascar. They felt that its plot was so similar to the recently released Stanley and Livingstone (1939) that it could not be made as written without seeming too derivative, so they turned the project over to Frank Butler and Don Hartman, the writers on the wildly successful Road to Singapore which Paramount had released the year before. Thus reborn as a comedy and spoof of the safari genre, the film resembled its predecessor in every important way, with plot taking a back seat to gags (many of them ad libbed), and music. The film was so successful that further "Road to..." pictures were assured.

Little Brothers (1999)

Petits Freres is a French drama. The movie is about a young girl whose dog is stolen by teenage thieves. The thieves sell the girl's pit bull for dog fighting purposes, and the main character is searching desperately to get her furry best friend back.

BrickSkin (2014)

Several disabled people wake up in an abandoned factory to face their limitations and disabilities.

The Jodorowsky Constellation (1994)

Fascinating and challenging, Alexandro Jodorowsky is a multi-talented person: director of cult-movies (EL TOPO, THE HOLY MOUNTAIN, SANTA SANGRE... ), founder of the "Panique" movement, performer of provocative happenings, mime artist, successful comic strip writer (the INCAL, ALEPH TAU, THE WHITE LAMA...), animator of the "Mystical Cabaret", Tarot card master, launcher of the "psycho-magic".... This is the quest of the multiple facets of Jodorowsky and includes views of those who have been closely connected to him (Fernando Arrabal, Peter Gabriel, Marcel Marceau, Jean "Moebius" Giraud, the karate champion Jean-Pierre Vignau). They appear like mirrors in this quest and reveal that the only important search is for oneself. The film ends with a unique experience: a live performance of a "psycho-magic" act.

Disciple Of Death (1972)

An 18th-century demon (Mike Raven) rises from his grave and goes looking for a special someone.

Monkeyshine (2008)

Monkeyshine follows Jake Truman, an everyday regular guy, in search of a legacy left by his Grandfather for generations. At his Grandfathers funeral, Jake is handed an envelope which contains a map of an island apparently called Monkeyshine. Jake must look into his soul and follow his heart to find out who he really is, and what he really wants, before he can set out on a journey that could change his life forever...

Frank (2014)

Acclaimed Irish director Lenny Abrahamson follows up his award-winning films Adam & Paul, Garage and What Richard Did with an offbeat comedy about a young wannabe musician, Jon (Domhnall Gleeson), who finds himself out of his depth when he joins an avant-garde pop band led by the mysterious and enigmatic Frank (Michael Fassbender), a musical genius who hides himself inside a large fake head, and his terrifying bandmate Clara (Maggie Gyllenhaal). Written by Jon Ronson (The Men Who Stare At Goats) and Peter Straughan (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Men Who Stare At Goats), FRANK is based on the memoir by Jon Ronson. It is a fictional story loosely inspired by Frank Sidebottom, the persona of cult musician and comedy legend Chris Sievey, as well as other outsider musicians like Daniel Johnston and Captain Beefheart.

Several Ways to Die Trying (2005)

Several Ways to Die Trying is an independent film made in 420 by a group of college students and recent graduates. The film was mostly shot in Lopatcong Township, New Jersey, United States. The film's writer/director as well as members of the cast and crew are residents of the township.

Conquest of Space (1955)

Conquest of Space is a 1955 American Technicolor science fiction film from Paramount Pictures, produced by George Pal, directed by Byron Haskin, that stars Walter Brooke, Eric Fleming, and Mickey Shaughnessy. The storyline concerns the first interplanetary flight to the planet Mars, manned by a crew of five, and launched from Earth orbit near "The Wheel", mankind's first space station. On their long journey to the Red Planet, they encounter various dangers, both from within and without, that nearly destroy the mission.

El custodio (2006)

The Minder (Spanish: El Custodio) is a 2006 Argentine drama film directed by Rodrigo Moreno. It was co-produced by Argentina, Uruguay, France and Germany. (In English the title literally means: "The Bodyguard.") The motion picture features Julio Chávez as the bodyguard, and Osmar Núñez as the man he protects for a living. The film tells of bodyguard Rubén, who is in charge of protecting Artemio, the Argentine's Minister of Planification.

Searching for the 4th Nail (2009)

An American gypsy turns his camera on the secret life of his Romani culture.

My Year Without Sex (2009)

My Year Without Sex is an Australian drama film written and directed by Sarah Watt, opening the 2009 Adelaide Film Festival and given wider release in May 2009. Set in Altona (suburban Melbourne), it is about a 30-something couple, Ross and Natalie, and their children Ruby and Louis, after Natalie suffers a ruptured brain aneurysm and is advised not to have sex for 12 months. Watt has said that after her first film Look Both Ways, she wanted to make a film "without a sex scene": My Year Without Sex received strongly favourable reviews, and was touted by The Sydney Morning Herald as "possibly the best" Australian film of 2009, as well as "the most accomplished" local film of 2009 by The Age. As with Look Both Ways, My Year Without Sex deals with the impact that serious illness has on individuals and relationships. The two films are reportedly part of a "proposed trilogy". This film was the last film by Sarah Watt, about two years before she died of bone and breast cancer.

UFO's Do Not Exist (2011)

From the dark years of the UFO era, this amazing documentary details the facts they DON'T want you to know. UFO's are real and the government and military forces know it. These factions have researched and investigated sightings as early as the late 1930's, while simultaneously denying any interest in the UFO phenomenon. They have been debunking and covering up UFO sightings, crashes and incidents for decades. This fascinating DVD covers over 100 UFO cases including: UFO sightings and encounters during World War II and Vietnam. Exclusive Majestic 12 document connections. UFO sightings by Warren Beatty, Stuart Whitman and Walter Cronkite. A C130 takes off in 1966, encounters a UFO and lands in another location in the year 1982. Jackie Gleason views crashed UFO wreckage and bodies. UFO crash retrievals. The history of the 1940's Philadelphia Experiment and a visit to the Montauk Project base where it continued into the 1980's. You will discover proof that UFO technology has been used by the U. S. Government to accomplish time travel and create total invisibility, and much more. Over three hours of the darkest UFO secrets!

An Easter Bunny Puppy (2013)

A confused young canine wants to be the Easter Bunny, but his family thinks that dogs should just concentrate on being dogs.

To Educate a Girl (2010)

GlobalGirl Media Network Presents: What does it take to educate a girl in a world where 72 million children are not in school - most of them female? Filmmakers Frederick Rendina and Oren Rudavsky set out to find the answer.

Unlikely Heroes of the Arab Spring (2014)

Presented by the award-winning author and property-rights activist Hernando de Soto, this public television special presents, for the first time, the basic human and economic events that led to the Arab uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa. The program shows that "The Arab Spring" was less a political event than it was about the coming of the industrial revolution to a region where over 90% of the population lives and works outside the rule of law. De Soto shows us that this informal economy is, however, the one common thread that can contribute to the region's growth and stability.

Night of Fear (1972)

Night of Fear is a 1972 Australian horror film, directed by Terry Bourke. It was written by Bourke and produced by Rod Hay. It is about a woman who is terrorised by a serial killer in the woods. Its theme and style bears a resemblance to the horror classic The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, released two years later. The film is notable for having no dialogue or character names. It has been called "the first Australian horror movie of the renaissance". The film was featured in the documentary Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation!.

Furry Hamsters from Hell (2007)

Dr. Wells only wanted to breed the world's most perfect hamster. His world was turned upside down when the IRS came knocking on his door for unpaid taxes. Wells dies in a gunfight with the sheriff and IRS agent when they threaten to take him from his family's manor and hamsters. Now the ghost of Dr. Wells must defend his manor from a sorority pledge party from beyond with his man-eating army of Furry Hamsters From Hell. The film is a low-budget comedy shot on High Definition and most resembles the style and taste of the late great Benny Hill. If you like silly movies, you will love Furry Hamsters From Hell!

On The Wings of The Monarch (2001)

"On the Wings of the Monarch" is an exciting nature documentary that follows host Libby Graham on an amazing journey into the life of the monarch butterfly. We travel to an incredible monarch over-wintering site in Mexico where we find close to 40 million monarchs. This documentary provides the viewer with an in-depth look at the enigmatic monarch butterfly, tracing its incredible long distance migration and its fantastic life cycle. "On the Wings of the Monarch" will fascinate children and adults alike. Shot on location in Mexico, Santa Barbara, San Diego, and Kansas, this documentary uses stunning slow-motion photography and brilliant macro photography to capture the beauty and strength of the monarch. It includes informative interviews with monarch expert, Dr. Lincoln Brower. Host Libby Graham and narrator Bernie Alan, PBS voice-over talent, fill the viewers in on all of the interesting facts about the monarch butterfly.

Children on the Titanic (2014)

This is a one-hour documentary about the 85 children who emigrated from all over Europe to North America on Titanic's maiden voyage in April 1912. Betty had taken along a rag doll named Emily, named for her grandmother who made it for her, as she set out on the Titanic for Canada. The story of the journey is told by the children as they might have looked in 1912, and by historians.The children talk about food and fun on the Titanic. They also talk about traveling on the lifeboats towards the Carpathian and missing their fathers and teenage brothers.

Ghosts of Great Britain Collection: Haunted Cotswolds (2011)

Terrifying, true-life tales of ghouls and the undead are woven into fascinating footage of the premiere historic sites and ancient architecture of the Cotswolds, the most beautiful region of England. This DVD doubles as a travel tour of the Cotswolds as the ghostly elements that lurk just beneath this area's rolling hills and lush vistas are revealed through many spine-chilling stories. 60 minutes of never before seen footage and Special Features.

Anthony Clark: Ambiguous (2012)

The "Ambiguous" Anthony Clark returns in his first stand-up comedy special in nearly 8 years. His self-deprecating real life routine was filmed live in San Bernardino. Anthony's gullible, self-deprecating charm and ability to tap into everyman humor has kept him endeared to audiences since his appearances on Ellen, Boston Common, Soul Man and host of Last Comic Standing. Perhaps best known for playing the husband on the series Yes Dear for six years established Anthony Clark as a Classic American Comedian with humoristic southern roots.

Cocaine Cowboys: Reloaded (2014)

In the 1980s, ruthless Colombian cocaine barons invaded Miami with a brand of violence unseen in this country since Prohibition-era Chicago. Cocaine Cowboys is the true story of how Miami became the drug, murder and cash capital of the United States. But it isn't the whole story - Pulling from hundreds of hours of additional interviews and recently uncovered archival news footage, Cocaine Cowboys has been RELOADED: packed with footage and stories that have never been told about Griselda Blanco, the Medellín Cartel, and Miami's Cocaine Wars, with firsthand accounts by hit man Jorge 'Rivi' Ayala, cocaine trafficker Jon Roberts, smuggler Mickey Munday, and others. Cocaine Cowboys: Reloaded recreates Miami's Cocaine Wars like you've never experienced it.

Carnage Road (2000)

Four students set out for the barren Nevada desert on a class photography assignment. They are soon confronted by a machete-wielding maniac known as Quiltface.

Betsy Ross (1917)

Betsy Ross is a surviving 1917 American silent historical film starring Alice Brady and produced and distributed by her father William A. Brady.

Desire for Beauty (2013)

Four people undergo plastic surgery.

Disfigured (2008)

A friendship forms between Darcy, a recovering anorexic, and Lydia, an obese woman.

Dsknectd (2013)

DSKNECTD is a 2013 documentary, directed by Dominic H. White. The film is an exploration of the rise of digital communication technologies, examining how cell phones, social media and the Internet are reshaping human interactions. The film had its sneak preview at the Tacoma Film Festival October 9, 2013 and its world premiere at the ArcLight Documentary Festival October 11, 2013.

Elevate (2011)

Four exceptionally tall youths from Senegal come to the U.S. in the hope that eventually each will be selected for a position on a pro basketball team.

Eminem AKA (2004)

This fascinating documentary takes a look into the life of one of the most polarizing figures to ever grace the music industry. Rapper Eminem, born Marshall Mathers, is a musician who has captivated audiences and critics alike since his massive album hit stores in 1999. He is an extremely controversial rapper for more than a few reasons. He is the first white rapper to truly make a name for himself in a severely, black musician dominated industry. Another thing that has Eminem's name attached to thousands of headlines are his extremely controversial lyrics that have to do with topics such as rape, murder, and drug abuse.

Fell (2010)

A manic-depressive plummets into a downward spiral after being fired from his job and dumped by his girl. Dependent on drugs and overwhelmed, the lines between reality and paranoid fantasy become violently blurred.

Fractured (2013)

Fractured (originally known as Schism) is a 2013 horror thriller film that was directed by Adam Gierasch, based on a script by Gierasch and his writing partner Jace Anderson. The film had its world premiere on October 12, 2013 at the Screamfest Horror Film Festival. It stars Callum Blue as an amnesiac trying to discover what exactly happened to him.

Frauds (1993)

Frauds is a 1993 Australian black comedy film starring pop star Phil Collins. It was entered into the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.

Friend (2001)

Friend (Hangul: 친구; RR: Chin-gu) is a 2001 South Korean film written and directed by Kwak Kyung-taek. Upon its release, it became the highest-grossing South Korean movie of all time. Its record was surpassed in 2003 by Silmido. This film is the director's experience about his friends, a semi-autobiography set in his hometown, Busan, and the actors speak with a strongly accented Busan dialect. The film changed the public images of Jang Dong-gun and Yu Oh-seong; previously, Jang had been famous for romantic comedies and Yu had appeared in movies with mostly cult interest.

Gallagher: Totally New (1982)

The zany, unpredictable Gallagher is back in a comedy special taped live at the Mayfair Music Hall in Santa Monica, CA.