Hercules the Avenger (1965)
Hercules the Avenger (La sfida dei giganti / Challenge of the Giants) is a 1965 Italian adventure film directed by Maurizio Lucidi. It was composed mostly of re-edited stock footage from Reg Park's two 1961 Hercules films, Hercules at the Conquest of Atlantis and Hercules in the Haunted World.
The Long Ships (1964)
The Long Ships is a 1964 British-Yugoslavian adventure film shot in Technirama directed by Jack Cardiff and stars Richard Widmark, Sidney Poitier, and Russ Tamblyn.
The Principal (1987)
The Principal is a 1987 crime thriller action film starring Jim Belushi and Louis Gossett, Jr. It was written by Frank Deese and directed by Christopher Cain. It was filmed in Oakland, California and distributed by TriStar Pictures. Belushi reprised his role as Rick Latimer in the 1990 film Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe.
One Survivor Remembers (1995)
One Survivor Remembers is a 1995 documentary short film by Kary Antholis in which Holocaust survivor Gerda Weissmann Klein recounts her six-year ordeal as a victim of Nazi cruelty, including the loss of her parents, brother, friends, home, possessions, and community. A production of HBO and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the film won the 1995 Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject and the Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Informational Special. In 2005, the film was offered by the Southern Poverty Law Center as part of a Teaching Tolerance curriculum for high school teachers to teach their students about the realities of the Holocaust. In 2012, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
Butterfly Crush (2010)
Butterfly Crush is a 2010 film, written and directed by New Zealand filmmaker Alan Clay. It was adapted from his novel Dance Sisters. The story is about an Australian female song and dance duo whose chance at success is jeopardized when one of them gets involved with a cult group.
Diary of a Bachelor (1964)
Diary of a Bachelor is a 1964 film. It features an earlier appearance by Dom De Luise.
Al Capone: Icon (2014)
Al Capone is a gangster that is known for his bloody inhumane violence. Take a look at his life and how he managed to build an empire on the streets of New York. Al Capone maintained valuable connections and organized modern day crime that affects the streets still to this day.
Juvenile Jungle (1958)
Juvenile Jungle is a 1958 American crime film directed by William Witney and written by Arthur T. Horman. The film stars Corey Allen, Rebecca Welles, Richard Bakalyan, Anne Whitfield, Joe Di Reda and Joe Conley. The film was released on April 24, 1958, by Republic Pictures.
Fleisch is a German cult film by Rainer Erler about organ trafficking produced in 1979.
Prelude to Fame (1950)
Prelude to Fame is a 1950 British drama film directed by Fergus McDonell and starring Guy Rolfe, Kathleen Byron and Kathleen Ryan. It is based on the 1924 story Young Archimides by Aldous Huxley, about a musical prodigy.
Bwana Devil (1952)
Bwana Devil is a 1952 U.S. adventure film based on the true story of the Tsavo maneaters and filmed with the Natural Vision 3-D system. The film is notable for sparking the first 3-D film craze in the motion picture industry, as well as for being the first 3-D film in color and the first 3-D sound feature in English. Bwana Devil was written, directed and produced by Arch Oboler and stars Robert Stack, Barbara Britton and Nigel Bruce. The advertising tagline was: The Miracle of the Age!!! A LION in your lap! A LOVER in your arms!
Highlander 2: To Be or Not to Be a Sequel (2001)
Highlander 2: The Quickening, It's 2024 and Macleod (Christopher Lambert) and Ramirez (Sean Connery) are back to save Planet Earth.
Faster & Faster (2004)
Faster & Faster brilliantly captures the events which made the 2003 and 2004 MotoGP seasons so extraordinary - the tire-smoking arrival of the 215mph Ducati missiles; the shocking death of rising star Daijiro Katoh; the drama of Sete Gibernau's wild battles with Valentino Rossi; and the Italian's switch from the all-conquering Honda to the underdog Yamaha - a move which was to seal the Rossi legend. This is the story of an epic time in MotoGP, in the words and actions of the world's greatest motorcycle racers.
Black Legion (1937)
When a hard-working machinist loses a promotion to a Polish-born worker, he is seduced into joining the secretive Black Legion, which intimidates foreigners through violence.
Cry Funny Happy (2003)
Unexpected revelations and unraveling friendships mark a 30th birthday celebration.
Woman Who Came Back (1945)
Woman Who Came Back is a 1945 horror film about an offbeat woman (Nancy Kelly) who becomes convinced that she's a witch, a conclusion which eventually leads to mass hysteria in the town to which she has recently returned. It was one of six films directed by Walter Colmes.
Racing Around the World Alone (2010)
Racing Around the World Alone is a documentary film based on the 2008/2009 Vendee Globe race, with 30 participants who go on a journey to see who can travel the 27,000 miles around the world without any help or assistance during their trip. In addition to that, they must all ride a 60 foot sailboat as their vehicle, and this is truly one of the most grueling challenges a person can take. Over the course of their trip they encounter lots of large ocean creatures and icebergs, and of course erratic weather that can put them in harm's way at any moment.
Lincoln and Lee at Antietam: The Cost of Freedom (2006)
It's September 17, 1862 and President Abraham Lincoln needs a victory in order to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and end slavery in the South. But Robert E. Lee has other plans - invade the North. When Lee's strategy falls into the hands of the Un
Save The Tiger (1973)
Save the Tiger is a 1973 film about moral conflict in contemporary America. It stars Jack Lemmon, Jack Gilford, Laurie Heineman, Thayer David, Lara Parker and Liv Lindeland. The film was directed by John G. Avildsen. The screenplay was adapted by Steve Shagan from his novel of the same title (the first book by the author of The Formula and other thrillers, and generally regarded to be his most successful novel by literary standards).
Lemmon won the 1973 Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as Harry Stoner (making him the first of six actors to win Oscars for both Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor), an executive at a Los Angeles apparel company on the edge of ruin. Throughout the film, Stoner struggles with the complexity of modern life versus the simplicity of his youth. He longs for the days when pitchers wound up, jazz filled the air, and the flag was more than a pattern to put on a pants pocket. He wrestles with the guilt of surviving the war and yet losing touch with the ideals for which his friends died. To Harry Stoner, the world has given up on integrity, and threatens to destroy anyone who clings to it. He is caught between watching everything he has worked for evaporate, or becoming another grain of sand in the erosion of the values he once held so dear.
An investigation into the "monopoly" of the medical industrial complex and how Americans are viewed as patients.
Double Headed Eagle: Hitler's Rise to Power 1918-1933 (1973)
This is a documentary produced by Lutz Becker, which shows how Hitler came to power after the era of World War II. In this documentary, Lutz leaves out actors and actresses, and he lets actual footage depict the story of what actually went on during the reign of Hitler.
This documentary is filled with footage and information that has never been seen by anyone. This documentary is also filled with interviews from people who were alive in this time period. The things these people remember will be hard for all audiences to take in. Lutz Beck does not hold back the truth at all.
Once Upon a Honeymoon (1956)
Once Upon a Honeymoon is a 1956 American short musical fantasy film sponsored by Bell Telephone. It was directed by Gower Champion, and stars Virginia Gibson, Ward Ellis, Alan Mowbray, Chick Chandler, Veronica Pataky and Russell Hicks. After Once Upon a Honeymoon was featured was mocked on a 1996 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000, the short has gained a cult following. It is in the public domain.
Sunnyside is a 1919 American short silent film written, directed and starring Charlie Chaplin. It was his third film for First National Pictures.
Another Time, Another Place (1958)
Another Time, Another Place is a 1958 British film melodrama starring Lana Turner, Barry Sullivan and Sean Connery. The film is based on Lenore J. Coffee's 1955 novel Weep No More.
Sommore: The Queen Stands Alone (2008)
Sommore: The Queen Stands Alone features the Queen of Comedy on-stage extolling her profane and brassy sense of humor in her signature raw form.
Days of Jesse James (1939)
Days of Jesse James is a 1939 American film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers.
The First 70 (2011)
Three young filmmakers set out last May on a 3,000 mile trip around California after the state announced plans to close one quarter of their 279 parks. The closure list includes thousands of acres of parkland, recreation areas, wildlife reserves, and 50% of the state's historic parks. The First 70 is an inspiring journey through 70 of California's majestic state parks and beautifully portrays the individuals who have put their heart and soul into maintaining and caring for these remarkable resources.
It is present day in Arkham Heights, a seemingly desolate town that has decayed much since the eighties. Renny Meeks (MERK HARBOUR) is a lonely, mentally challenged man with an IQ of 78, who sacks groceries at a small store. He's a simple man, recently released from an institution for a crime he was accused of that rocked the town ten years ago. The crime was caught on camera and became such a debate that it sent the entire town of Arkham Heights into its now desperate state. As Renny re-integrates himself into the Arkham Heights society, a series of murders on film strangely begin to occur again. Scared, with nowhere and no one to turn to, he finds shelter in Alice (SUSANA GIBB), the check out girl at the grocery store. Alice sees a lot of herself in Renny. She feels compassion for him and tries to help him as she begins to suspect her ex-boyfriend, the ruff and tumble Edward (DAMEON CLARKE), of be responsible for framing Renny with these new series of crimes.
Tarzan and the Trappers (1958)
Tarzan and the Trappers (1958) is an action adventure film featuring Edgar Rice Burroughs' famous jungle hero Tarzan and starring Gordon Scott, Eve Brent, Rickie Sorensen and Lesley Bradley. The movie was filmed as three pilot episodes for a television series which were edited into a feature film when the project was abandoned, and so was released in black and white rather than color, like other contemporary Tarzan films. The film did finally appear on television, but only in 1966. It was shot in Chatsworth, California.
Tarzan Escapes (1936)
Tarzan Escapes is a 1936 Tarzan film based on the character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs. It was the third in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Tarzan series to feature Johnny Weissmuller as the "King of the Apes".
Tommy Tiernan: Something Mental (2008)
Winner of 6 International comedy Awards, Irish stand-up superstar Tommy Tiernan finally hits America with Something Mental. Wild, unpredictable and politically incorrect Tommy is now regarded as one of the top stand-ups in the world. Unleashing a torrent of satire, offbeat observations and hilarious stories he continues his interrogation into the big ideas, sex, family, religion. Nothing is sacred ground as he takes the audience by the hand and leads them into the devilish wonderland of his mind where he revels in the world's absurdity. You're in the hands of a master here!
A mysterious murderer has ties to a rock 'n' roll band.
Halo Effect (2012)
Three of the world's best kayakers take a two-month journey to the Scandinavian paddling meccas of Iceland and Norway.
Green Dolphin Street (1947)
Green Dolphin Street is a 1947 historical drama film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and based on the novel by Elizabeth Goudge.
Colin & Brad: Two Man Group (2011)
Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, stars of the Emmy-winning Whose Line Is It Anyway?, have finally recorded their hilarious live stage show!! These masters of improv comedy have performed their outrageous, one-of-a-kind show to sold out audiences all over the country. Colin and Brad's TWO MAN GROUP is a riotously funny, interactive, and completely improvised tour de force. Using nothing but their lightning fast wits and some audience volunteers, Colin and Brad create pandemonium on the spot in one of the funniest live shows you will ever see.
The Angry Brigade: The Spectacular Rise and Fall of Britain's First Urban Guerilla Group (1973)
This documentary, produced by Gordon Carr for the BBC (and first shown in January 1973, shortly after the trial), covers the roots of the Angry Brigade in the revolutionary ferment of the 1960s, and follows their campaign and the police investigation to its culmination in the 'Stoke Newington 8' conspiracy trial at the Old Bailey-the longest criminal trial in British legal history. Produced after extensive research-among both the libertarian opposition and the police-it remains the essential study of Britain's first urban guerilla group. Between 1970 and 1972 the Angry Brigade used guns and bombs in a series of symbolic attacks against property. A series of communiqus accompanied the actions, explaining the choice of targets and the Angry Brigade philosophy: autonomous organization and attacks on property alongside other forms of militant working class action. Targets included the embassies of repressive regimes, police stations and army barracks, boutiques and factorie
Seattle's Loch Ness: The Lake Washington Sea Monster (2012)
For hundreds of years the Wonkatilla tribe of the Northwestern United States has worshiped a giant sea creature they call Willatuk, God of Ocean, after it saved their lives during the great earthquake and blizzard of 1736. But now, scientists and hunters are tracking Willatuk to study the creature and possibly kill it. Can Chief Clamintile and his tribe save their "God of Ocean" from the guns and chains of modern man, or is it too late? Learn the answers by watching Seattle's Loch Ness: The Lake Washington Sea Monster. Narrated by Academy Award nominated actor Graham Greene (Dances With Wolves, Thunderheart, Into the West) and featuring Congressman Jim McDermott of Washington State (Fahrenheit 9/11, Wounded Heart: Pine Ride and the Sioux, Children's Rights: Why America Says No).
Emerson Lake & Palmer: 40th Anniversary Reunion Concert (2011)
This is Emerson Lake and
Palmer captured at the very
beginning of a legendary career.
Filmed at the time when the band
had only just recorded their ground
breaking first album ELP had to use
all of their huge individual creative
talents to create a full show.
Thatâ€s what makes this film so
special. Extensive improvisation
virtuoso playing by Keith Emerson,
inventive percussion from Carl
Palmer and a bravura performance
at the mike by the young Greg
Lake make this an essential addition
to the collection of any fan of the
progressive rock era.
â€¢ Rondo / Bach Improvisations
â€¢ Drum Solo
â€¢ Nut Rocker
â€¢ Take A Pebble
â€¢ Knife Edge
Ready or Not (2012)
Contestants on a reality TV show have to spend a night in a haunted house to win a million dollars. As they get settled into the house they have no idea they are being filmed by a creep who wants to kill them one by one.
Crinoline Head (1995)
A group of college students head out to a secluded lake cabin for a fun weekend. They were just looking for a goodtime, but what they find is horror! When one of the students, Paul (Brian Kelly, Generation Ax, Freakshow) informs everyone of a grisly occurrence that took place at the cabin years before, between a young boy and his doll maker mother, the fun weekend turns into a bloody nightmare!
The West Point Story (1950)
The West Point Story (also known as Fine and Dandy) is a 1950 musical comedy film directed by Roy Del Ruth and starring James Cagney, Virginia Mayo and Doris Day.
Raw Spice (2001)
The is documentary is about the musical pop group the Spice Girls. It has rare footage and interviews of the girls and crew before they became a world sensation. This documentary will show how the group got their start and interviews with the group will tell where they hope to be in the near future.
Bon Jovi: The Circle Tour Live from New Jersey (2010)
The movie Bon Jovi: The Circle Tour: Live From New Jersey is a celebration of the release of the latest DVD of perhaps one of America's favorite rock and roll icons, John Bon Jovi. Watch as he and his legendary band perform all their greatest hits before sold out audiences in a four night extravaganza at the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford New Jersey, the bands home state. Songs include "Shot Through The Heart," " Blaze of Glory," and many, many more. As a special bonus you'll get a sneak preview of his new music video, "What Do You Get."
End of the Rainbow (2007)
End of the Rainbow explores the human dimensions of industrial gold-mining in two remote locations. As the mine's structures and equipment are dismantled in Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo, then transported and reconstructed to begin gold processing in Guinea, West Africa, what unfolds is an elegiac portrait of the changes brought by the mine and of the universal human desire for a better life. A PBS Indies/Global Voices selection.
Rainbow Over the Range (1940)
Rainbow Over the Range is a 1940 American Western film directed by Albert Herman and written by Robert Emmett Tansey and Roger Merton. The film stars Tex Ritter, Slim Andrews, Dorothy Fay, Gene Alsace, Warner Richmond and James Pierce. The film was released on July 29, 1940, by Monogram Pictures.
Blue Briefs (2012)
A collection of six gay-themed short films about relationships and the pain of love, including: REQUITED (directed by Sal Bardo), BOYS LIKE YOU (directed by Daniel Armando), WE ONCE WERE TIDE (directed by Jason Bradbury), REVOLUTION (directed by Abdi Nazemian), THE IN-BETWEEN (directed by Alain Hain) and FROZEN ROADS (directed by Mark Pariselli).
Gut Instincts (2012)
Gut Instincts is a feature length horror film comprised of four short tales from Little Oak Film Group. This is the seventh film from the Texas based film company owned and operated by Shannon Casto and Michelle Henderson. The film is hosted by Texas horror film legend Parrish Randall.
Far Too Gone (2004)
Get ready to take a ride on a train-wreck! Enter the world of Josh Lowell -- demented loser, town pillar, self-loathing transvestite in denial.
Dominick Dunne: After the Party (2008)
Dominick Dunne: After the Party is a 2008 documentary directed by Kirsty de Garis and Timothy Jolley.
Hollywood outcast, top-selling author and reporter, Dominick Dunne is a prominent columnist and society correspondent. This biographical documentary film reflects on his successes and tribulations as a big name in the entertainment industry. In the film, Dunne remembers his past as a World War II veteran, falling in love and raising a family, his climb and fall as a Hollywood producer, and his epic comeback as a writer.
Be Still (2006)
A Halloween thriller
Palestine Is Still the Issue (2003)
Palestine Is Still the Issue is a 2002 Carlton Television documentary, written and presented by John Pilger, and directed by Tony Stark, inspired by the book Drinking The Sea at Gaza by Amira Haas. Pilger visits the Middle East and tries to discover why peace is elusive.
We Still Kill the Old Way (1967)
We Still Kill the Old Way (Italian: A ciascuno il suo) is a 1967 Italian crime film directed by Elio Petri. It was entered into the 1967 Cannes Film Festival where it won the award for Best Screenplay. It is based on the novel To Each His Own by Leonardo Sciascia.
Yoga for the Rest of Us with Peggy Cappy: The Secret to Strength and Balance (2014)
Discover how yoga can come to the aid of anyone, regardless of age and mobility, who wants to increase strength and their sense of balance, both critical for aging bodies.
The Adventures of Charlotte and Henry (2008)
Two best friends confront a local bully and attempt to rescue their dog in this family-friendly adventure based on the beloved book series.
The Other Half (2006)
The Other Half is an award-winning independent Chinese film. It is the second feature from Chinese director Ying Liang.
Nymphs (Anonymous) (1968)
A gang of four lesbian inmates escapes from prison and kidnaps the boyfriend of a wealthy woman. She hires a tough private eye to find her boyfriend and rescue him.
The multiple themes of the movie "Looper" make it difficult to assign just one genre. In its most basic form it has more than enough action to satisfy almost all thrill seekers. At the same time it presents itself as a classic sci-fi that examines all of the paradoxes of time travel. But the trailer doesn't do justice to all of it's elements. It contains some romance, twisting and turning suspense, and even explores the depths of the human psyche and emotions.
Black Butterfly (2010)
Ariel's dreams of becoming an Olympic swimmer until she is brutally raped.
Madama Butterfly (1986)
On the anniversary of the first success of Madama Butterfly in Brescia on 28th May 1904, Placido Domingo conducted, from the podium of Torre del Lago Puccini, Daniela Dessì, Fabio Armilato and Juan Pons in a new production by Stefano Monti with sets designed by Arnaldo Pomodoro and costumes of Maison Gattinoni. After Maria Stuarda, Thaïs and Agrippina Dynamic is proud to announce this new, prestigious, DVD release.
The Body Vanished (1939)
An Inspector from the yard (Hulme) goes on holiday with reporter pal. When they stop in a small village, they discover that the owner of a local mansion has been murdered.
Joe Rogan: Talking Monkeys in Space (2009)
Talking Monkeys in Space is a 2009 stand-up comedy special by comedian Joe Rogan. The special originally aired on Spike TV. The show is 68 minutes of unedited and uncensored material. It was released on DVD by Comedy Central in 2010.
No Blade of Grass (1970)
No Blade of Grass is a 1970 British-American apocalyptic science fiction film directed by Cornel Wilde and starring Nigel Davenport, Jean Wallace, and John Hamill. It is an adaptation of John Christopher's novel The Death of Grass (1956) and follows the survivors of a plague that has hit London in the not too distant future. When London is overwhelmed by food riots caused by a global famine, a man tries to lead his family to safety in Westmorland.
Pingu: Igloo Adventures (2013)
See Pingu in these hilarious fun-filled adventures. Pingu spends his days in the South Pole with his family and friends, but the mischievous penguin always manages to get himself into slippery situations. Grab your sled and join the fun and excitement with everyone's favorite little penguin- Pingu!
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!
Mama Heidi (2004)
In 1994, Heidi and Rolland Baker arrive in Mozambique amidst the hard times following the Mozambique Civil War. Even the Red Cross trucks were not safe and were bombed. Before coming to Mozambique, Heidi and Rolland worked as missionaries in Indonesia and China. After hearing about the conditions in Mozambique, they decided to go there and work with the poorest of the poor. They make a difference by adopting a dilapidated orphanage. The children had all kinds of diseases and sometimes even ate rats to survive. Heidi and Rolland began caring for the children, educating and feeding them.
During the hard times, sometimes even threatened by death, Heidi and Rolland experienced amazing miracles of healing for the blind, crippled and those afflicted with AIDS.
Currently, Heidi and Rolland provide three residential orphanages and schools, caring for 700 children. Hundreds more are cared for by many of their thousands of pastors. The Bakers serve the most forgotten, including street children, prostitutes, the imprisoned and those surviving off a huge city dump.
This documentary shows how Heidi and Rolland are a powerful inspiration for many in Mozambique, Africa and around the world.
Heidi Fleiss: The Would-be Madam of Crystal (2008)
Once upon a time, Heidi Fleiss had a dream: to make millions running a high-price escort service in Hollywood. Ten years and one jail sentence after that dream died, Heidi has another one: to open the first and only legal brothel catering exclusively to women, filled with a stable of studs willing and eager to satisfy every girl's fantasies.
World Cup Soccer in Africa: Who Really Wins? (2010)
For four action-packed weeks in June and July 2010, the largest international television audience ever to follow a single event will be watching the FIFA Soccer World Cup in South Africa. But what will happen after the trophy is lifted, the caravans move on, and the dogs stop barking...International heavyweights like Archbishop Desmond Tutu, construction workers, FIFA's Communications Director, street traders, politicians, and sports celebrities, wade into the debate. National pride, corruption and even murder feature in this astonishingly candid film which peels back the glossy media veneer to expose the real concerns of ordinary South Africans: hopes about jobs, the eviction of school children to make way for construction company offices, the removal of an inconvenient community, and what traditional medicine and the influence of the ancestors might mean for the fortunes of the local team..
"... the uncomfortable truth is that the money spent on getting ready for this event could have been spent far more productively in lifting South Africa's people out of poverty. Sure, it's a [bad] vibe to put out at a time of such unmitigated optimism, but Craig Tanner and the [folks] at Levitation Films believe it's something that needs to be said. And it is!" - FHM Magazine
A Stranger Is Watching (1982)
A Stranger is Watching is a 1982 film directed by Sean S. Cunningham. The screenplay was written by Earl Mac Rauch and Victor Miller, based on the 1977 novel of the same name by Mary Higgins Clark.
Barney: Let's Play School! (1999)
With a little help from Barney and a big imagination, the children enjoy a fun-filled day at "Baby Bop's School" where every lesson includes unexpected surprises. Join Ashley, Hannah, Robert and Jeff as they sing an alphabet song, read in Baby Bop's book center, eat macaroni and cheese, and bounce into gym class. When the day is just about done, settle in with Baby Bop and her "blankey" for an afternoon nap. It's an unforgettable day of learning and laughter!
Detour to Terror (1980)
O.J. Simpson plays the driver of a tour bus on its way to Las Vegas hijacked by a gang of men in a dune-buggy. The crazed men are intent on kidnapping one of the passengers, an heiress, and force the tourists into a harrowing detour in the middle of the desert. Lorenzo Lamas is excellent as one of the villains who will stop at nothing to get their way. This classic made-for-television thriller also stars Anne Francis and Arte Johnson. Newly remastered.
The Russian German War (1995)
The Russian German War is a rare look at one of the worst horror stories in the long infamous history of warfare. For decades the Cold War prevented us from looking closely at what really happened between the Russians and the Germans on the Eastern Front during World War II. More than a struggle between nations, it pitted maniacal tyrant against maniacal tyrant, evil ideology against evil ideology. The lives of tens of millions of human beings were consumed by its raging hatreds and appalling indignities. One in every ten Russians died. One in every four Poles died. Whole divisions of Italians, Rumanians, Hungarians disappeared with barely a trace. An average of 17,800 people died on every single day - and this, the war on the Russian German Front, lasted for 1,400 days. The series is narrated with chilling precision by actor Douglas Rain. The script, by producer Jerry Lawton, is dark and powerful. The music, by composer Rick Hyslop, captures every nuance of tragedy with discordant clarity. The series features captured German and Russian film footage, much of which has never been seen in the United States. DISC 1: Episodes I - III: I The Politics of Fear II The Darkness Descends III The Killing Ground
Defcon 2012 (2010)
Thieves land on Earth 200 years after a war with aliens has turned the planet into a nuclear wasteland, and they become trapped in an underground city.
New World OrdeRx (2013)
In the future, pain and emotion are suppressed by a drug. Joshua coasts through his monotonous life until he is kidnapped by a rebellious priest.
Cinematic Titanic: East Meets Watts (2009)
Kung Fu hits the streets! Young Larry Chin arrives from China looking for his long-lost brother and stumbles into some shady characters that'd just as soon see him go home - or get dead. He crosses paths with Stud Brown, and the two become an unlikely duo as they fight to clean up the 'hood, and make time for some lady loves they meet along the way. And hang on tight for the surprise twist ending. It's all living color kungsploitation glory, live with Cinematic Titanic.
Cinematic Titanic: Doomsday Machine (2008)
Cinematic Titanic: Doomsday Machine is a comedy special from 2008. The special involves several of the cast members from the television show Mystery Science Theater 3000 riffing on, and providing comedic commentary over, the public domain science fiction film Doomsday Machine. The plot of Doomsday Machine concerns a mixed gender crew of astronauts who are sent into outer space, unaware that they may soon become the last remnants of humanity. The hosts have a field day with the chauvinism and low-grade technology presented in the film. Cinematic Titanic: Doomsday Machine is the second entry in the Cinematic Titanic riffing series.
Cinematic Titanic: The Oozing Skull (2007)
In the far-off land of Khalid, President Amir lies on his deathbed. If this revered head-of-state dies, the brutal dictatorship that he has so lovingly cultivated will fall into a dark age of uncertainty and chaos. So, in this moment of crisis, his loyal staff are left with no alternative but to choose the only logical and sensible course of action - to transfer Amir's brain into a younger, healthier, and most importantly, living body. Enter Doctor Robert Trenton, a mad scientist of the "they all laughed at me and now I'll show them" school. He, along with his assistant, Dorro, a little man with a big appetite for evil, and Tracy, a conniving beauty with a heart that's harder than her leathery, over-tanned skin, concoct a deliriously diabolical plan involving murder, body-napping, skullduggery, and oozy, gooey brains. Afraid to watch this movie alone, aren't you? Well, now you don't have to, and neither will future generations, because The Oozing Skull has the almost historic distinction of being the first movie chosen for Cinematic Titanic's Time Tube. Tom Shales, TV critic for the Washington Post, called the episode "consistently and unfailingly funny."
Cinematic Titanic: The Wasp Woman (2008)
Janice Starlin, purveyor of her own line of cosmetics, finds herself nearing middle-age (in a time when 38 was the new 94). A stranger with an accent and an unnatural love of wasps enters her life and promises her the elixer that will prolong her youth forever - until the wasp becomes the wasped.This version of THE WASP WOMAN has been altered by CINEMA TITAN, L.L.C. The alteration and distribution of this version of THE WASP WOMAN has not been authorized, sponsored by or endorsed by the original proprietors and creators of THE WASP WOMAN. CINEMA TITAN L.L.C. on behalf of itself and its licensees expressly denies and disclaims any affiliation or association of this altered version of the motion picture with the original proprietors and creators or THE WASP WOMAN.
Captain Scarface (1953)
Captain Scarface is a 1953 American thriller film directed by Paul Guilfoyle.
Angelina Ballerina: Shining Star Trophy Movie (2011)
Angelina shines brighter than ever in this all-new movie! Ms. Mimi announces that there's going to be a big talent show at Camembert Academy - and the winner will walk away with the Shining Star Trophy. With celebrity guest judge Perry Parmesan deciding the winner, every minute of practice counts. But when Angelina goes out of her way to help her friends find their special talents, she has little time to work on her own routine. Who will take center stage and win the Shining Star Trophy? Watch as Angelina follows her heart to become a true shining star!
The True Story of Killing Pablo (2002)
We offer the inside story of one of the CIA's biggest manhunt's ever, that of Colombian drug pin Pablo Escobar. This exclusive documentary has access to US and Colombian participants involved at all levels of the hunt, and draws on 1000's of classified documents. Pablo Escobar headed a billion dollar drug empire, the notoriously violent Medellin cartel. Using murder and intimidation he became one of the most powerful criminals the world has ever seen. After many failed attempts to catch him, desperate Colombian officials sought US help to hunt him down.
The Angry Red Planet (1959)
A science-fiction tale of an expedition to the "angry red planet" of Mars...running into all sorts of alien terrors, including unfriendly Martian plants and a terrifying kind of giant mouse/spider hybrid.
Red River Renegades (1946)
Red River Renegades is a 1946 American Western film directed by Thomas Carr and written by Norman S. Hall. The film stars Sunset Carson, Peggy Stewart, Tom London, Ted Adams, LeRoy Mason and Kenne Duncan. The film was released on July 23, 1946, by Republic Pictures.
The Global Groove Network (2012)
Electronic dance grooves is more than just a dance, it is a way of life. This documentary will tell in detail the history of this dance style and how it influences the overall views of people that enjoy the music.
A Company Of Heroes (2012)
A Company of Heroes is a war film based off of a video game by the same name. The story is centered on the period of time during the end of World War II and it takes on an alternate history route. The film follows a small squad of American soldiers who are stuck on a routine mission near the Belgian Ardennes. These soldiers run into a strong German infantry force that pushes them off of their destined target. On their frantic run back to friendly territory they run into a terrifying German experiment that could swing the tides of war.
Anatomy of a Psycho (1961)
Anatomy of a Psycho (1961) is an American film directed by Boris Petroff (as Brooke L. Peters). Ed Wood reportedly contributed to Jane Mann's screenplay as Larry Lee. The film uses music originally used for Wood's Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959). Ronnie Burns, adopted son of George Burns and Gracie Allen, plays the lead.
The Other Love (1947)
The Other Love is a 1947 American romance drama film starring directed by Andre DeToth, starring Barbara Stanwyck, David Niven, and Richard Conte. Written by Ladislas Fodor and Harry Brown based on the story "Beyond" by Erich Maria Remarque, the film is about a concert pianist who is sent to a sanatorium in Switzerland to treat a serious lung illness.
In his review for The New York Times, Bosley Crowther called the film "a typical artificial romance on the heart-rending theme of Camille".
Bob the Builder: Snowed Under (2004)
It's the countdown to the Bobblesberg Winter Games, and the team assigned to build the courses is snowed under. Bob and his crew have stepped in to get the job done, but time is running out! As the competitors train for the big event, Bob and the team race the clock to ramp up the ski jump, build a log cabin, and smooth over the ice rink. Will everything be finished before the opening ceremonies?
Pop Odyssee 1 - Die Beach Boys und der Satan (1997)
The Beach Boys and Satan is a documentary film made as part of the Pop Odyssee series and directed by music documentary specialist Christoph Dreher. This documentary, in addition to placing The Beach Boys rise to success into context with rarely seen footage of the band, exposes California's darker side and investigates the connections between some of the most controversial characters of that period (Anton La Vey, Kenneth Anger, and Brian Wilson) and their connection to the Manson Family. The film includes interviews with Kim Fowley, Don Was and the creative force behind the Beach Boys, Brian Wilson. There are also archive clips surrounding the trial of Charles Manson and various members of The Family The film which was originally released in 1997 has been unavailable for some time.
Il bosco 1 (1988)
Evil Clutch (also known as Il Bosco 1) is a 1988 Italian horror film written and directed by Andrea Marfori and distributed by Troma Entertainment.
An American college student joins her Italian boyfriend for a romantic weekend trip. Along the way, they pick up a voluptuous female hitchhiker who turns out to be a maniacal demon with a ferocious deadly claw-like hand.
Tagline: The nightmare that grabs you where you least expect it!
Mr. Tadano's Secret Mission: From Japan With Love (2008)
Shaolin: The Blood Mission (1984)
Shaolin: The Blood Mission is an Asian action film. A secret book is hidden deep behind the walls of a Shaolin temple. An opposing general searches for the mysterious book. The general learns the location of the book, and he begins his journey to the Shaolin temple. The general infiltrates the temple, but he is soon met with much resistance from the warriors of the Shaolin temple.
Call Me Troy (2007)
Profiling the life and times of one of the gay community's most visible and tenacious advocates for change, Rev. Troy Perry, Call Me Troy is a truly inspirational story about a remarkable and dynamic individual whose activism was decades ahead of its time.
Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists (2008)
The evolving lives and art work of several talented homeless and indigent fine arts painters who create art, despite the obstacles, on LA's Skid Row. In return, art transforms lives.
Romeo and Juliet (2014)
Romeo and Juliet is a 2013 Broadway theatrical production of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, which was produced as a 2014 film. It was the first Broadway production of the play since 1977. The play ran on Broadway at Richard Rodgers Theatre from September 19 to December 8, 2013 for 93 regular performances after 27 previews starting on August 24 with Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashād in the starring roles. On November 27, two performances of the production were filmed with nine cameras in high definition, and these performances were scheduled to be released in 2000 theatres on February 13 for the Valentine's Day week in 2014 in the United States. The United Kingdom theatrical release date was April 1.
This production depicts Romeo and his Montague family with white actors, while Juliet and her Capulet family are depicted with black actors. The production was a modernization featuring a Triumph motorcycle and zip-up jackets. The show marked Bloom's Broadway debut, and although Rashad had earned Tony Award nominations for both of her two prior Broadway roles, it was the first professional Shakespeare production for both stars. Therefore, the actors hired Patsy Rodenburg of Guildhall School of Music and Drama as a Shakespearean voice instructor.
Paris Countdown (2013)
A pair of down-on-their-luck Paris nightclub owners are lured into a drug deal that goes bad. In order to avoid jail time, they give up their psychotic liaison. Six years later when the convict is granted his release, both men must reunite in order to survive while watching their backs at every turn.
Blood Reunion 2: Madeline (2015)
It is one year later. Bridgette is returning to the home she hasn't seen since she was a child, for a small family reunion. The vampire, Morgan Locke, is still spreading the plague of vampirism wherever he goes. On her first night, Bridgette will meet his latest victim, and so will the rest of the family...one last time.
"Blood Reunion 2: Madeline" is the second entry in the Blood Reunion Trilogy from filmmaker Jim DeVault, and stars Lorraine Eubank, Kevin Scott Fuller, Steven N. Russell, John Pinder, Nicole Holt, Rafeal Enrique Santiago, Joshua Briscoe, Jessica Willis, and introduces Sarah Bell in her first feature film role. Cierra Angelik takes on the role of Madeline.
Desert Justice (1936)
A border patrolman (Jack Perrin) pursues a dangerous smuggling ring.
Fireman Sam: Brave New Rescues (2011)
Fireman Sam and his friends work together to save the day when Mike's kitchen catches fire, Dilys gets stuck out at sea and Norman cries wolf.
Pablo Francisco: They Put it Out There (2011)
A fashion designer from Paris - Pablo Francisco - shakes up critics and photographers when he dresses his models in surprising look for the annual Paris Fashion Week. He doesn't know it, but his rival - Jean VanDeer - has implemented a campaign to destroy Pablo's reputation.
When Pablo finds out, he is already in a hotel room in Monaco while celebrating with champagne and models. He stops his vacation promptly and starts to trick the media into thinking he has gone crazy. What ensues is both hilarious and touching, as Pablo breaks all the rules to make everything right.
The Happiest Toddler on the Block (2004)
In THE HAPPIEST TODDLER ON THE BLOCK, you'll learn a revolutionary new way to have a much happier time with any toddler -- easy or challenging! For 30 years, Dr. Karp has taught his remarkable tips to over a million parents from working moms to superstars...like Madonna! Learn how to: - Stop 50%-90% of tantrums before they happen - Calm 50% of your toddler's meltdowns in seconds! - Build a loving and respectful relationship with your child...to last a lifetime