Dr. Lamb (1992)
Dr. Lamb (羔羊醫生) is a 1992 Hong Kong horror crime film directed by Danny Lee and Billy Tang. The film stars Lee, Simon Yam and Kent Cheng. Dr Lamb was rated Category III by the Hong Kong motion picture rating system. The film is allegedly based on a true crime that took place in 1982
John Paul II in America: Uniting a Continent (2014)
The papacy of St. John Paul II left an indelible mark on the American continent. Driven by his singular conviction of a "United American Continent "under the patronage of Our Lady of Guadalupe, his papal travels from Argentina to Alaska generated massive crowds, shaped an entire generation, and ultimately changed the course of history. Narrated by Andy Garcia
Behind the Glass Door: Hannah's Story (1998)
Behind the Glass Door: Hannah's Story reveals both the tremendous challenges and deep joys of raising a child with a developmental disability. As an infant, Hannah would not respond when someone walked into the room. When other babies were walking, she still crawled. At two years old, Hannah could not speak a word. She lived in her own little world, one of constant tantrums that kept her family awake at nights for weeks on end.
Frustration and sleepless nights turned into desperation. But Hannah's mother prayed to God and clearly heard Him say in her heart, "Hannah has been made in my image. You need to look at her like I see her."
Through the support of a team of care-workers and other professionals, Hannah made progress. Her family discovered she could count. And then one day, she spoke -- in perfect, clear English. Soon, she was using the family computer to study Dinosaurs.
Hannah's Story is an inspiring account of how one dedicated family has learned to raise a child diagnosed with PDD, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, a form of autism. Viewers will be touched by the story's revealing truth -- that a family's committed, God-centered love can help us survive even the most challenging valleys of life.
A Breath of Hope (2009)
A Breath of Hope is the story of 27-year-old Rachel Nates - struck by the extremely rare and incapacitating lung disease, LAM, in the prime of her life - and her search for a lung donor. Told over the course of a single week in 2008 and through flashbacks of the months leading up to one fateful day, we watch as Rachel and her husband, Brian, wrestle with the monotony, pain, and frustration of awaiting an organ donor. With every struggle to catch her breath, we feel more deeply Rachel's pain and her helplessness, as she waits for the miracle that destiny may never deliver.
Burn It Up, Djassa (2012)
Filmed in the Abidjan neighbourhood of Wassakara, only a few months before the Ivorian civil war broke out, Burn it up Djassa was a labour of love for a collective of actors, writers and technicians, all of whom come from Wassakara and who have created an engrossing, vérité-style fiction at the very edge of their own lived experience. After his father died, Tony (Abdoul Karim Konaté) was pulled out of school by his mother; and when she passed away, he made his way by selling cigarettes on Princess Street, famous in Abidjan for its bars, dance clubs and exciting nightlife. Now twenty-one-years old, Tony is bitterly convinced that his future has been sacrificed, and is desperate for a way out of the ghetto. His older brother Mike (Mamadou Diomandé) has been considerably luckier, having found a job on the police force, while Ange (Adélaïde Ouattara), their younger sister, is also pursuing respectability by learning to become a hairdresser - but she secretly moonlights as a prostitute in order make ends meet. Looking for easy money, Tony eventually turns to gambling and is dragged further down into the seedy underworld of Wassakara - until he commits a shocking crime that irrevocably changes his life. Now an outlaw, he goes on the run and is relentlessly pursued by the police, his own brother among them. Narrated by a storyteller (Mohamed Bamba) in the Abidjan argot called Nouchi, this compelling crime drama bursts with the eagerness of a generation determined to shape its own destiny and reflect its present in its own distinctive language, music and dance. Burn it up Djassa's raw energy has remarkable staying power and, in spite of the dark tenor of the story, it brims with hope.
Yoga for Beginners with Desi Bartlett (2008)
Yoga is one of the best ways to tone and build long, lean muscles while energizing and restoring the body and mind. These beautiful, basic programs will leave you feeling revitalized, strong, and healthy. By incorporating two unique, complementary practices, Yoga for Beginners truly gives you the best of both worlds. The flowing and energizing Solar practice builds strength, endurance, and flexibility from head to toe. A complete body-toning program, it will bring you a sense of overall vitality and wellness. You will feel healthy and radiant from the inside out. The Lunar practice incorporates slower, deeper stretches to help you achieve a lean, long, graceful physique. These moves nourish the muscles, joints, and connective tissues while helping you to release stress and tension. Do the practices separately or combine them for a total mind/body yoga experience. Easy-to-follow and non-intimidating, Yoga for Beginners will truly transform how you look and feel.
Mary J. Blige: Queen of Hip Hop Soul (2004)
The undisputed Queen Of Hip-Hop / Soul Mary J Blige is a true rags-to-riches phenomenon. Brought up in the rough and tumble projects of the Bronx, New York, Mary, used her unique vocal talents to overcome the odds of the streets. To not only survive, but to become one of the most celebrated talent of our time. Follow us on the journey of the rise, and fall, then rise again of Hip-Hop's one and only reigning Queen.
Moogfest 2006: Live (2007)
Featuring an incredible array of the world's leading keyboardists, Moogfest, the annual festival celebrating the groundbreaking achievements of maverick inventor Robert Moog and his namesake synthesizer, captures the spirit that altered the course of modern music for all time and has since become an integral part of our musical culture. Filmed live at New York's famed B.B. King Blues Club, this DVD features from some of it's greatest practitioners including Keith Emerson (The Nice, ELP), Jan Hammer (The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Jeff Beck), Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater), Bernie Worrell (P-Funk), Roger O'Donnell (The Cure), The Mahahavishnu Project and DJ Logic.
Bornova Bornova (2009)
Bornova Bornova is a 2009 Turkish drama film, written, produced and directed by İnan Temelkuran, depicting a day in the lives of three young men from the same neighborhood in İzmir’s Bornova district. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 13, 2009 (2009-11-13), won several awards, including the Golden Orange and Turkish Film Critics Association awards for Best Film, at the 46th Antalya "Golden Orange" International Film Festival.
House of Evil (1972)
House of Evil, alternately titled Dance of Death, is a 1968 Mexican horror film directed by Juan Ibáñez. It stars Boris Karloff and Julissa.
House of Evil is one of four low-budget Mexican horror films Karloff made in a package deal with Mexican producer Luis Enrique Vergara. The others are The Snake People, The Incredible Invasion, and Fear Chamber. Karloff's scenes for all four films were directed by Jack Hill in Los Angeles in the spring of 1968. The films were then completed in Mexico.
Ghost And Demon Children Of The Damned (2014)
Ghosts and demons send chills up your spine, but there is something extra disturbing when they are Children! Meet Children of the Damned who can be found shrieking in tunnels, moving objects, animating dolls, haunting the living and looking for revenge.
I Colori di Antonio (2013)
I Colori di Antonio is a snapshot of the life and work of Antonio Liverano, a figure of historic proportions in the world of clothing and tailoring and one of the few masters of the Florentine tailoring style. His work is an exceedingly rare mixture of technical skill and individual style, products of incredible dedication and an eclectic personality. The documentary captures the many facets of Antonio’s unusual life, tracing his origins, following him through his workroom to customers in Asia, discussing his aesthetic and introducing characters in his curious universe as the Liverano name evolves from a pair of brothers into the House of Liverano and its next generation steps from the wings.
Inspector 42 (2009)
A 1950's shirt safety inspector approves a number of unsafe shirts to impress his boss and the beautiful, Seamstress 61. However, when these shirts cause a series of horrific disasters Inspector 42 must decide whether or not to come clean.
It! The Terror from Beyond Space (1958)
Panic is rampant in this acclaimed 1958 science-fiction thriller about a band of space explorers who suddenly find themselves being explored and murdered by a maniacal creature.
It's Me, Hilary: The Man Who Drew Eloise (2015)
Writer and artist Hilary Knight discusses his life and career, including his illustrations for the "Eloise" series of books.
James Taylor: Pull Over (2003)
James Taylor is more than the definitive singer-songwriter—he's an American treasure. Pull Over captures James at the height of his craft, features his greatest hits, fan favorites and a look ahead at his 2002 album October Road.
JFK Remembered: 50 Years Later (2013)
The dramatic moments of President John F. Kennedy's 1,000 days in office.
Finders, Keepers... (1996)
The key to a woman's heart is sometimes...timing.
Foolishly Seeking True Love (2009)
Handsome and Belle just might fall in love, if fate doesn't get in the way first.
For All That We Are (2015)
Our story begins with John Lawrence Mason, a young aspiring actor looking to find his place in the world. In the midst of a stormy relationship with his parents, John challenges their wishes for him to become a lawyer. Over time, the pressures of being a responsible adult have taken their toll on his spirit, provoking him to lash out in any way possible. In his angst, he intrigues the tenderness of a young fashion designer who inspires him to believe in himself and accept the man he wants to be. With a new love and source of inspiration, John sets out into the big city with the hopes of fulfilling his dreams. It is there that he finds that the role he so desperately seeks, may not be so far from home after all.
Gamer Theory (2013)
An independent romantic comedy about video gamers. Mike, one of the best competitive gamers in the country, quit after his addiction to video games ruined his life. But now Liz, a pretty pro gaming promoter, is pulling him back in.
Andrew has to spend 12 hours in a haunted theater to win $50,000; after he is locked inside, the ghosts and secrets of his past begin to reveal themselves.
Healing Cancer (2008)
Anderson exposes the failings of conventional cancer treatments and how the medical establishment and the cancer industry wildly - and deceptively - exaggerate the benefits of treatments. Interviews with people who have beaten the disease demonstrate how cancer can be successfully healed with dietary treatments and natural supplementation. Participants in the DVD include: T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.The China Study;?Brian Clement, Ph.D.Hippocrates Health Institute; Brenda Cobb?The Living Foods Institute; Mirea Ellis?The Kushi Institute; Charlotte Gerson?The Gerson Institute and many more.
Her Heart Still Beats (2011)
When Ed's wife comes home early from work one day he becomes overtaken by a strange feeling when he looks into her eyes. Disturbed or possibly just paranoid, Ed becomes possessed with his wife's eyes and struggles to understand these feelings. Is she evil or is he insane? They may not have enough time to find out.
Queen on Fire: Live at the Bowl (2004)
Queen on Fire – Live at the Bowl is a double compact disc live album by the English rock band Queen released on 25 October 2004 in Europe and on 9 November 2004 in the US.
It was recorded live at the Milton Keynes Bowl, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, on 5 June 1982 during the Hot Space Tour. A DVD was also released at the time with the concert and bonus material, such as band interviews and tour highlights.
In 2005, the album was also released as an LP, like every Queen album.
In the UK the CD made #20 and DVD #1 in the album and DVD chart respectively. In the US, neither the album nor the DVD charted.
Rush: A Show of Hands (1989)
Progressive power trio Rush is captured on-stage at the height of their powers in A Show of Hands, a live video recorded at Birmingham, England's National Exhibition Centre during the group's 1988 tour of the U
Sarah McLachlan: Mirrorball (1999)
Mirrorball captures Sarah McLachlan at the height of her powers, with arresting performances from her Surfacing Tour of 1997-1998. This set includes her hit rendition of I Will Remember You plus Adia, Building A Mystery, Possession and more.
Boogeyman cometh (2013)
A woman begins to unravel after witnessing a murder committed by a masked monster.
Short Long Journey (2009)
SHORT LONG JOURNEY maps Fedor Gál's attempt to learn about the death of his father Vojtch Gál, whom he never knew. The only lead Gál had at the beginning his journey was the information that Vojtch Gál was murdered by the Nazis in the last days of World War II, on a death march from the concentration camp Sachsenhausen.
More Than Meets the Eye: The Joan Brock Story (2003)
When a teacher (Carey Lowell) at a school for the blind loses her own sight, she inspires others with her optimism and humor.
My Chemical Romance: The Black Parade Is Dead! (2008)
This My Chemical Romance musical goes through all the songs in the 2008 album, The Black Parade is Dead. This punk rock band puts on a great show as they go through each song in a music video. This is a great program for anyone who is a fan of My Chemical Romance.
Nicotine Stains (2013)
While trying to quit smoking, a mentally ill man (Matt Fowler) suffers a psychotic break and believes that cigarettes are telling him to kill his roommates.
Number Runner (2014)
A Las Vegas bookkeeper skims money from his clients and runs away with a call girl.
O Christmas Tree (1994)
Two polar bears battle for a Christmas tree.
Of The Land (2015)
Filmmakers explore how agriculture and food supplies have changed in the past 50 years.
Peter Gabriel: New Blood/Live in London (2011)
Filmed at Hammersmith Apollo in March 2011, New Blood Live In London captures Peter Gabriel performing live with the 46 piece New Blood Orchestra
Uneasy Lies the Mind (2014)
A man's sanity unravels during a retreat at an isolated mansion.
An Evening with Richard O'Brien (2008)
Richard O'Brien sings and speaks candidly about his past, his family and the creation of what became the biggest cult musical of all time, The Rocky Horror Show. An interesting and eloquent self-exploration, with host, Mark Sainsbury.
Director Gregory Kane will do anything to get his movie completed. After two failed attempts, this time there will be no quitting. And as his acting troupe heads to a remote shooting location, egos and legend combine to make this a set that will terrify all those involved.
A Touch Unseen (2014)
After a fatal car accident that kills their parents , two sisters start to notice strange paranormal assaults at night. Things take a worse turn when a stalker becomes interested in the younger sister.
Belinda Carlisle: Runaway Live (1990)
With the face and figure of an angel and a voice that would charm the stars from skies, no wonder Belinda Carlisle called her platinum album "Heaven On Earth
Darryl Lenox: Blind Ambition (2012)
In this impressive TV movie, Robson Green stars as Richard Thomas, an athlete aspiring to the Olympic team, whose life is shattered when a tragic car accident leaves him blind.
Dearest Jane (2015)
A troubled girl must overcome her fear of change, love, and acceptance when she is sent to live with her uncle in the isolated countryside of Indiana.
Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History (2015)
A moving tribute to the history of disabled veterans, Debt of Honor takes an unflinching look at the reality of warfare and disability, featuring interviews with some of the country's most prominent disabled veterans.
Haunted by the images of his own traumatic past, Blair O'Leary (Bobby Field)
unknowingly leads his friends down a dark path of destruction. Being a good
friend, Marcus (David Yost) lends a helping hand getting Blair, Ralphie
(Claude Duhammel), and Kayton (William Lamar) situated in a safe house in the
middle of the Arizona desert... but there's a catch. They must pull off a job
in order to pay their way. In tight situations friendships can only stretch
so far, and what comes around goes around in this twisted tale. If you like
gangster flicks, then this one is for you.
Deliverance From Evil (2012)
A married couple lose their son and move into a new house inhabited by an evil presence that does not want them there.
Diana Krall: Live in Rio (2009)
Diana Krall has had a long time fascination with bossa nova, a type of music which perfectly suits her sophisticated yet sensual style
Don't Panic: The Truth About Population (2013)
In this program, Professor Hans Rosling, a statistical expert, discovers that people's perceptions of the world's population and associated problems are often decades out of date. In this statistical tour-de-force, he shares that the world of tomorrow is a much better place than we might imagine.
Don't Tell Santa You're Jewish! (2010)
A little girl is afraid of Santa...
Do You See Me? (2014)
Do You See Me? (Italian: Scusate se esisto!) is a 2014 Italian comedy film written and directed by Riccardo Milani and starring Paola Cortellesi and Raoul Bova. It grossed $6,571,282 at the Italian box office.
Earth at Risk: Building a Resistance Movement to Save the Planet (2011)
Earth at Risk is an annual conference featuring thinkers and activists who are willing to ask the hardest questions about the seriousness of our situation. Interviews and presentations include: Derrick Jensen, Arundhati Roy, William Catton, Jr., Rikki Ott, Thomas Linzey, Gail Dines, Jane Caputi, Waziyatawin, Aric McBay, Stephanie McMillan, Lierre Keith, and Nora Barrows-Friedman.
Eat Spirit Eat (2014)
A young man recruits his former foster siblings to help him make a movie starring the father who abandoned him to chase his dreams of acting success.
A man (Rob Hesch) discovers he has previously unknown abilities as he tries to find a mob boss's kidnapped daughter.
El sueño del caimán (2001)
Beautifully rendered in stunning Black-and-white, this dark comedy evokes the classic Mexican cinema of the 50s and Latino soap opera in equal measure. Inaki is a young man living in Spain who has joined up with an elderly man to become a petty thief. A routine robbery goes awry when the old man dies unexpectedly, and Inaki finds himself on the run. He returns to Mexico to hide out for a while in the rooming house where his father Patxi lives with his brother, El Caiman; the house is run by an upbeat drag queen named Aunt Carmen. Inaki begins dating Carmen's niece, which fuels Carmen's hopes that the young man will become a doctor. But Patxi and Caiman are wise to the boys past, and soon he finds himself moving once again toward crime. All of the characters are motivated by a common dream of liberation, which they navigate clumsily towards. EL SUENO DEL CAIMAN won the prize for Best Feature Film in the 2002 Guadalajara Mexican Film Festival, among many other honors it received on the festival circuit.;Inaki (Daniel Guzman) es un malvividor que sustenqa sus dias como ladron a base de pequenos golpes de poca monta. Pero tras un atraco fallido se ve obligado a salir de Espana y hui hacia Mexico, donde vive su padre. Alli descubrira muchas cosas, mentiras y verdades de su vida, en el seno de un grupo de sonadores.
End Day (2005)
End Day is a 2005 docu-drama produced by the BBC. It aired on the National Geographic Channel, on the TV series, National Geographic Channel Presents, and BBC Three that depicts a set of five doomsday scenarios. The documentary follows the fictional scientist Dr. Howell, played by Glenn Conroy, as he travels from his London hotel room to his laboratory in New York City, and shows how each scenario affects his journey as well as those around him, with various experts providing commentary on that specific disaster as it unfolds. After each 'End Day' runs its course, the day repeats, this time with the next scenario panning out.
Eric Clapton Planes Trains and Eric (2014)
"Planes, Trains And Eric" follows Eric Clapton and his band on the Far and Middle Eastern leg of his 2014 World Tour.
Every Pedal with You (2015)
An emotive documentary filmed over the course of twelve months, on two unique athletes and their individual stories on and off the bike. A rollercoaster journey for both Sam Willoughby and Alise Post as they fight to the top.
The Fantasy of Deer Warrior (1961)
The happy lives of animals in the forest are stirred by the sudden attack of a pack of wolves. The Father Deer comes to the rescue, and asks Birdy to notify his son, the Deer. When the Deer rushes to his father's side and before he dies he asks his son to seek revenge.
The Longest Distance (2013)
La distancia más larga (The longest distance) is a Venezuelan film directed by Claudia Pinto and released in 2013. A Venezuelan/Spanish co-production, the film was nominated for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film at the 29th Goya Awards.
A young boy whose mother has just been shot in an attempted car hijacking in Caracas travels up country to meet his grandmother. Unbeknownst to him she is dying of an unspecified disease and is making plans to end her own life.
Land of 1,000 Dreams (2015)
Get your ski-flick fix and dream big with Storm Show’s latest Jackson Hole ski film, “Land Of 1000 Dreams!”
Larry the Cable Guy: Git-R-Done (2004)
Daniel Whitney is a comedian that struggled to find an audience until he reinvented himself as Larry the Cable Guy. He is now one of the most recognized and successful stand up talents in the entire world. Originally one of the headliners of the Blue Collar Comedy tour, he chose to strike out on his own with a solo stand up effort.
In Larry The Cable Guy: Git R Done the talented comedic character performs all of his signature stand up bits. He reads letters from toddlers and sums up his humorous stories with his signature punch line "Git R Done"!
Last of the Great Unknown (2012)
The story of Grand Canyon's hidden slot canyons, the canyoneers who systematically explored their drainages, and the secrets hidden deep within their walls.
Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games (2014)
Michael Flatley is back on stage with Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games, his newest and most exciting adventure yet. Live from London’s Palladium, with performances from Nadine Coyle (as Erin the Goddess) and an all-new award-winning cast! Lord of the Dance is a classic tale of good versus evil. The Little Spirit has a dream in which the Lord of the Dance, who represents all things good in the world, must fight against evil in the form of the Dark Lord and his army of Dark Disciples. Morrighan the Seductress comes between the Lord and his true love Saoirse, while Erin the Goddess puts into songs the words that the dances convey. Will the Lord of the Dance and his Chieftains defeat the Dark Lord and his men? Will the spirit’s dream become a nightmare from which she cannot wake? Let the dance embrace you and take you on a journey filled with energy and passion…
Los inocentes (2013)
A group of young people go on an outing, spending the night at an abandoned hostel called 12 Colinas. Local rumors have it that every December 28th, a curse possesses the building. Ignoring this warning, the main protagonists will start to become victims of macabre jokes.
Los Scandalous - Skid Row (2014)
See what makes Skid Row tick, a tell all, never before seen, raw documentary about the harsh reality of the street life in Los Scandalous - Skid Row. The homeless capital of The United States. My name is Shanks Rajendran and I'm a 28 year old Australian filmmaker. I shot this documentary to uncover the truth about Skid Row, the people, the place, and the politics behind it.
Madder Than a Full Moon Dog (2013)
Behind the scenes of the 2012 Full Moon Dog Festival in Leeds, England.
Hummingbirds: Jewelled Messengers (2012)
In this award-winning film, David Attenborough narrates this close up look at these tiny pollinators captured in flight as never before. Acrobats of the air - flying jewels - iridescent partners of countless plants: hummingbirds are amongst the most remarkable creatures on our planet.
I Love Sarah Jane (2008)
I Love Sarah Jane is a 2008 Australian zombie horror short film directed by Spencer Susser and written by David Michôd and Spencer Susser. The film had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on 15 January 2008.
In Their Sleep (2010)
Sarah and her husband have moved to a house in the country; their son, Loic, a college student, chaffs at the isolation and a tragedy occurs. A year later, Sarah lives alone in the house; distracted by grief, she's sent home from her hospital job at 2 AM. Police on the road warn her of burglaries in the area, then a young man, much like her son, flags her down: he surprised a burglar at his house, and he's being chased. He is Arthur. Sarah gives him a lift, and soon a car is in pursuit. A long night ensues with flashbacks to crimes and chases; can Sarah protect Arthur as she would her own son?
Jack Johnson en concert (2009)
In the summer of 2008 Jack Johnson took a trip through Europe playing everywhere from historical venues to classic outdoor stages making it the biggest tour of his career
John Henry and the Railroad (2013)
This the tall tale of John Henry, the freed slave gone to work on the railroad.
Killer Holiday (2013)
A startling motive is revealed when psychotic killer Melvin ‘Spider’ Holiday stalks eight unsuspecting teenage victims along old Route 66. As they get further and further from civilization anxiety starts to build as each stop along the way proves stranger then the last until the group is lured to an abandoned amusement park with a horrifying past. Soon they discover that the park comes complete with broken down carnival rides, the smell of death and a killer ready to give them one ticket to hell.
Killer Priest (2011)
A mystery man hires, Joseph, a hit man (Blood In, Blood Out star Damian Chapa), to assassinate a man in Italy. Joseph takes the job, only to find out during the hit that his victim will be a priest.
In this sexy, romantic, and uncomfortably chilling tale of love and deception from first time director Marcelo Briem Stamm, two men meet in a chat room but when they eventually meet in person and the sexual sparks are hot. While sex is satisfying and often, it is their collective problems with intimacy, trust and the fear of being hurt that make them hesitant to commit fully. As their relationship develops, both reveal secrets from their past but these revelations may be real, imagined or outright lies.
Spirit of the Pony Express (2012)
With forces threatening to tear America apart at the beginning of the Civil War, one small enterprise united and held the land together. This is the story of the Pony Express, one of America's most celebrated institutions.
Spirit Space (2008)
Allow yourself to travel even further down the quantum rabbit hole in a quest for answers to age-old questions. Discover remarkable possibilities regarding what happens to our consciousness before and after death.
Stained Glass Rainbows (2015)
A heterosexual man travels across America meeting gays, ex-gays, saints, and sinners who are all trying to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ.
Steve Phoenix: The Untold Story (2012)
Jack Sparks is a reporter for his public access TV program "The Untold Story" on cable, channel 23, for his native fishtown neighborhood. Jack receives an anonymous tip on "the really big untold story," he jumps at the opportunity to investigate, and breaks out of his normal routine. He discovers this band called Steve Phoenix.
Sunday School (2008)
Rachel, the new girl in town, is urged to attend Sunday School, but when she agrees she gets more than she bargained for. Quickly falling for a young handsome pastor, her affections don't go unnoticed by his ex-girlfriend. Torn between her past dreams of Hollywood stardom and a new found relationship with God, Rachel must make a choice.
Sundown in Santa Fe (1948)
Sundown in Santa Fe is a 1948 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Norman S. Hall. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Roy Barcroft, Trevor Bardette, Jean Dean and Russell Simpson. The film was released on November 5, 1948, by Republic Pictures.
The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley: The Case of the Christmas Caper (1995)
The Spirit of Christmas is missing and it's going to require pint-sized twin detectives Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to utilize all their sleuthing skills to solve this holiday crime.
The American Dream: Volume 2 (1999)
America was discovered almost by accident and settled by those whose common dream was the hope of living a new and better life. Free from persecution, they were determined to form a government of the people, by the people and for the people. Throughout two hundred and twenty years of revolution, civil war, world wars, We are proud to present this comprehensive two-volume limited collector's edition on the history of the United States. Discover how America has become the greatest nation on Earth: from Plymouth Rock to Rock and Roll; from the Declaration of Independence to Independent Counsels; from the Gilded Age to the Information Age; from George Washington to Bill Clinton. America's rich history is an enduring legacy of the human spirit and the power of democracy.depressions, political achievements and deceptions, the American Nation continues to grow and flourish.
Cannibal Diner (2012)
Models become trapped in a factory with a cannibalistic family.
Celtic Thunder: Voyage (2012)
Celtic Thunders VOYAGE takes the audience on a voyage through the varying styles of Celtic and Irish music, from traditional standards like Lagan Love and Maid of Culmore to more contemporary Irish songs such as All Day Long and Galway Girl.
Change the Beat (2015)
Two artists pursuing their dreams in the music business cross paths and learn they have the same father.
Chasing Shadows (2014)
Believing that might does not make right, Evan sets out to convince his two close friends, Heath and Greg, to join him into becoming vigilantes and punishing criminals for their crimes, big or small. Even if it requires them to take the law into their own hands.
Cold Storage (2013)
The setting is the rooftop terrace of a cancer hospital in 1976, where two men converse their way from pedantic banter to verbal jousting to painful soul baring over the course of the play.
Cracking Your Creativity Code (2015)
Cracking Your Creativity Code takes you on a guided journey designed to awaken your full creative potential. You will be guided by experts in the fields of creativity, neuroscience, psychology, meditation & peak performance.
Dante's Hell Animated (2013)
Dante's Inferno Animated is a 2D animation film produced and directed by Boris Acosta.
The story is based on the first part of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy - Inferno.
Torch Song (1953)
Musical star Jenny Stewart functions on two emotional levels: demanding and impossible. Only one person will stand up to Jenny: her accompanist, blinded in the war. But it may be Jenny who can't see, not only her own loneliness but also her chance for happiness.
Joan Crawford, who began her career as a chorus girl in the 1920s, shows she still has the moves (and the gams) to play Jenny 30 years later. There's more to enjoy in this roller-coaster romantic drama: a volcanic Crawford performance and knockout renditions of "Tenderly, Blue Moon" and more standards staged by director Charles Walters (Easter Parade).
Who Cares (1971)
Used as evidence at the Royal Commission on Slum Clearance and Rehousing. Nick Broomfield on Who Cares: “The first film I ever made. Borrowed a camera, got ’short ends’ of film for free and set out with my friend Pete Archard to Liverpool. Pete is a sociologist and knew the subject really well. Took three months to shoot. Bernice Rubens the novelist helped me to piece it together. It took me one and a half years working nights to cut this 18 minute film. Sir Arthur Elton and the director Bruce Beresford got me £200 to finish it at the British Film Institute”.
Acting Like Adults (2014)
A young couple joins a scavenger hunt in Los Angeles to win a diamond engagement ring.
AKA Private (2011)
This documentary explores the lives of various different actors. It will inform the viewer of the actor and actresses childhood, what their original inspiration for acting was, what it took to get into Hollywood, and what there sacrifices were. Various different interviews will be given by experts.
Filmmaker Joe Eckardt examines the life and work of actor Danny Trejo.
Chandu on the Magic Island (1935)
A mystic (Bela Lugosi) goes to an island to try to rescue an Egyptian princess (Maria Alba) from a sorcerer.
Daughter of the Tong (1939)
Daughter of the Tong is a 1939 crime film about a detective that goes against a female leader of an Oriental crime ring.
Waldo the Dog (2010)
Waldo the Dog (2010) 119 min Comedy | B-Movie | Drama | Romance | Superhero "Waldo the Dog is one of the weirdest film experiences I have ever had - certainly in recent memory." Neil Lumbard DVD TALK "This is the kind of film that quickly gains a cult following and for good reason, the script is cleverly written, the cast is fantastic and the film pulls you into Waldo's messed up world and doesn't let you go till the bitter end..a must-see, a must-own!!" Patrick Ricketts VIDEO VIEWS "Waldo the Dog is a breakout debut if ever there was one and shows a tremendous young filmmaker who isn't afraid to tackle difficult material and take some very risky chances along the way." Josh Samford ROGUE CINEMA Content wise it is safe to say that one would be hard pressed to find another film like Waldo the Dog. Michael Den Boer 10K BULLETS
Saint Bernadette of Lourdes (2011)
The life of Saint Bernadette of Lourdes, the visionary of Lourdes. Taped in Lourdes and Nevers.
Peninsula is a documentary about surfing in Italy, its history and its present state. It portrays italian surfing though the exploration of much of the italian coastline and describes the passion and dedication of the people that made and are still making what is the italian surf scene nowadays.
It is entirely shot in 35mm, 16mm and super8 film and contains exclusive and unseen archival footage provided by some of the italian surfing pioneers.
In the words of director and producer Luca Merli: ?Peninsula is the tale of a journey, that started more than two years ago, to discover and describe where surfing in Italy came from and what it?s like now?.
Behind the movie is creative couple Luca Merli and Matteo Ferrari, authors of Onde Nostre (Official Selection of ISFFA 2011, Honolulu Museum of Art 2012, San Diego Surf Film Festival 2012 and many more), with precious contributions by Giovanni ?Sbrokked? Barberis (camera & editing), Gabriele Minelli (music consultant) Luca Barcellona (lettering & graphics), Fabio Colombo (coloring), Pino Castellet (sound design) and Jack Jaselli, Erlend Oye and many other artists for the soundtrack
Comic Evangelists (2006)
A Christian Improv group enters the Toronto International Improv Festival, and the group immediately leaps on an opportunity to spread the word of the Lord to a larger audience.