A Paris teen who's half human, half vampire grapples with her emerging powers and family turmoil as she's pursued by a secret vampire community.
Love Sleep Repeat (2019)
Save My Skin (2020)
Imagine living with an agonizing skin condition? Imagine being stared at because of your skin? Imagine not even wanting to leave the house because of how you look? Save My Skin is a brand new series where people whose lives have been shattered by uncontrollable skin disorders finally get the help they so desperately need. Consultant Dermatologist and surgeon Doctor Emma Craythorne is an expert in treating all types of skin conditions. Surrounded by a top team at her Harley Street Clinic, we'll see Dr Emma treat ordinary people from all over Britain suffering with unusual and extraordinary conditions. In each episode, we meet four new people with a huge range of conditions, from chronic acne to debilitating genetic skin conditions, bursting cysts, huge lipomas and keloid scars. Armed with needles, scalpels and lasers, Dr Emma's treatment isn't always for the faint hearted. There'll be squeezes, pops and extractions as well as incredible cutting edge treatments that bring incredible results. In this heart warming new series, we'll see Dr. Emma transform the lives of those trapped in their own skin, forever.
In the Room (2019)
Jason Kennedy hits the road with your favorite celebs, like Chris Pratt and more, where they feel most at home.
Sleepless Society: Insomnia (2019)
Hey Lady! (2020)
The Machinery (2020)
My American Family (2020)
The Bull of Dalal Street (2019)
Life Cinematic (2020)
A rare insight into prison life, exploring the issues that prison staff and prisoners face.
Balkanska medja (2020)
Strawberry Moon (2020)
Naked Beach (2019)
Blind Wave Movie Commentary (2019)
Restaurants on the Edge (2020)
Three food and design experts travel the world to revive failing restaurants by connecting them to the local culture beyond their gorgeous views.
The Fold (2020)
Mystery Incorporated (2020)
BTS: The Web Series (2021)
The Forgotten West Memphis Three (2020)
Host of the Truth & Justice podcast tackles one of America's most notorious crimes, the murders of three young boys in West Memphis, AR, 1993. Bob Ruff launches an evidence-driven investigation into who killed the Forgotten West Memphis Three.
Fraggle Rock: Rock On! (2020)
The Fraggles might be apart in separate caves, but they can still find ways to have fun together! Join Gobo, Red, Boober, Mokey, Wembley, and Uncle Travelling Matt for stories and songs that show everyone how we're all connected.
Namedni s Leonidom Parfyonovym: 2004-... (2020)
Josh Bentley: The Wrath of Bentley (2020)
Coronavirus, Explained (2020)
In 2020, the world changed. This topical series examines the coronavirus pandemic, the efforts to combat it and ways to manage its mental health toll.
The Last Narc (2020)
Gamer's Paradise (2019)
Dancehall Divas (2021)
Udan Patolas (2021)
Where the Action Was (2021)
José José, El príncipe de la canción (2005)
Beat the Chasers (2020)
Prom Knight (2020)
Becoming Evil: Serial Killers (2019)
Paranormal Captured (2019)
Hood Kitchen (2019)
The Inflight Food Trip (2019)
Jesus Wonder (2019)
Bestie Picks Bae (2019)
The Curse of Molly McGee (2021)
Frank James (2020)
Moon Fish (2021)
Grand format (1995)
At Home with Olaf (2020)
Run This City (2020)
This doc-series follows Jasiel Correia, the youngest mayor in Massachusetts history, who faces wire fraud and extortion prosecutions as he prepares for re-election in his hometown.
Cult-Tastic: Tales from the Trenches with Roger and Julie Corman (2019)
This Is Stand-Up (2020)
Bungou to Alchemist: Shinpan no Haguruma (2020)
Haunted Southern Maryland (2020)
Nazaré: A Série (2020)
Check, Please! The Web Series (2020)
Exotic Destinations 101 (2019)
Schengen Visa (2019)
If Time Flows Back (2020)
The Age of the Image (2020)
Black Zone (2020)
ATLANTA'S BURNING (2021)
Way Back in the Woods (2021)
Igor Katamaranov (2019)
Mein Lokal, dein Lokal - Wo schmeckt's am besten? (2013)
The Book of Revelation (2020)
The Influencers (2021)
For Nothing (2021)
Dak and Brody (2019)
Christmas Cookie Matchup (2019)
Across the Pond (2021)
Life with the Siracusa's (2020)
Muppets Now (2021)
Ross Kemp Living with... (2019)
Numberblocks is a British children's CGI-animated TV series. It debuted on CBeebies on 23 January 2017. It is produced by Blue-Zoo Productions and Alphablocks, the studios that also produce Alphablocks, which is related and created by the same companies. The show teaches children numeracy including simple arithmetic.
Heute Show (2009)
The heute-show is a German late-night satirical television program airing every Friday evening on public broadcasting channel ZDF. A conceptual adaptation of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, it is presented by German comedian and journalist Oliver Welke. Heute show presents the weekly news with funny or sarcastic and cynical comments, especially focusing on issues that are subject of the latest political discussions in Germany. Welke argues that he might help to make people interested in politics and might help to point out "what goes the wrong way" in parliamentary debates, in ministries, in institutions, and in parties. Sometimes, he simply mocks "people who deserve it" in his show.
World News today (2006)
World News Today is a current affairs news programme, produced by BBC News presented on Friday-Sundays with Philippa Thomas, Karin Giannone & Kasia Madera. Presenters alternate the weekend shifts. It was originally conceived as a morning television show aimed at American audiences, hosted by George Alagiah, but later expanded to six editions a day aimed at different markets. There is now one daily edition only, aimed as an evening news programme for the UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa part-simulcast on BBC Four, BBC News Channel and BBC World News.
Sunny Bunnies (2015)
Sunny Bunnies is a Belarusian/Russian/American/Canadian children's CGI-animated television series made by Digital Light Studio, which originally aired on Disney Channel in Russia on December 6, 2015. The show consists of three full seasons, with 26 episodes each. The fourth season has been launched already and it is airing on YouTube.
Robin Hood (2020)
Novoland: The Castle in the Sky 2 (2021)
Glory of the Special Forces (2021)
Treasure Trekkers (2020)
Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild (2013)
Something Special: We're All Friends (2014)
A Ton of Luck (2006)
Soñar no Cuesta Nada (English: Dreaming Doesn't Cost a Thing) is a 2006 Colombian black comedy film directed by Rodrigo Triana. Based on a true story, the plot follows a group of anti-guerrilla soldiers, whose lives are turned upside down after finding $45 million hidden in the jungle.
Do You Know the Muffin Man? (1989)
Do You Know the Muffin Man? is a 1989 American made-for-television drama film starring Pam Dawber, John Shea, Stephen Dorff, Brian Bonsall, Anthony Geary and Dee Dee Rescher, directed by Gilbert Cates.
Daddy Don't Go (2015)
Four disadvantaged dads in New York City fight to defy the odds against them.
Death Game (1977)
Death Game (also known as The Seducers) is a 1977 American horror-thriller film directed by Peter S. Traynor and written by Anthony Overman and Michael Ronald Ross. The film stars Sondra Locke, Colleen Camp, and Seymour Cassel. Death Game tells the story of George Manning, a well-to-do San Francisco businessman, husband, and father who invites a pair of rain-soaked young women into his house to wait out an evening thunderstorm. The two girls seduce Manning and ultimately kidnap and torture him in his own home.
Traynor, a former California real-estate financier, entered a career in filmmaking as a producer in the early 1970s, funding his projects through local investors. He purchased the script for Death Game to serve as his directorial debut. The film was shot primarily inside a large Los Angeles home with a small budget in only a couple of weeks during 1974 with a projected release the following summer. Production was allegedly plagued with on-set disputes among the first-time director and the cast, and eventually halted due to a federal investigation into Traynor's financing methods. The theatrical release of Death Game was delayed nearly two years.
Critical reception for Death Game has been mixed among reviewers and motion picture journalists. While some read into the plot and violence as social commentary, others rejected it as meaningless exploitation. Death Game made unremarkable box office returns during its limited theatrical run, but found a greater audience with its home media releases in the years that followed. The movie has been remade a few times, including 2015's Knock Knock, directed by Eli Roth and starring Keanu Reeves. Traynor, Locke, and Camp all took part in this film's production.
The Sex Therapist (1973)
Alvin Purple is an 1973 Australian comedy film starring Graeme Blundell, written by Alan Hopgood and directed by Tim Burstall.
It received largely negative reviews from local film critics. Despite this it was a major hit with Australian audiences. Alvin Purple became the most commercially successful Australian film released to that time, breaking the box office record set by Michael Powell's pioneering Anglo-Australian comedy feature They're a Weird Mob (1966).
The score and title theme were composed by iconic Australian singer-songwriter Brian Cadd.
A 1974 film sequel Alvin Rides Again toned-down the sex scenes and nudity, adding more camp comedy.
This was followed by a 1976 Australian Broadcasting Commission situation comedy television series titled Alvin Purple. Blundell reprised the title role in both, as well as in the 1984 movie Melvin, Son of Alvin.
Round the Moons Between Earth and Sea (1997)
A poor fishing family is forced to move to the country when their home is destroyed.
Four Ways to Die in My Hometown (2012)
A man who has shut out the world for seven years receives a visit from a spirit, who orders him to spread enlightenment to his fellow villagers.
Earth's orbit is disrupted by a rogue planet, causing a cascade of devastation.
Mojave Firebrand (1944)
Mojave Firebrand is a 1944 American Western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by Norman S. Hall. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, George "Gabby" Hayes, Anne Jeffreys, LeRoy Mason, Jack Ingram and Harry McKim. The film was released on March 19, 1944, by Republic Pictures.
Gauchos of El Dorado (1941)
Gauchos of El Dorado is a 1941 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by Lester Orlebeck.
Lawless: Dead Evidence (2001)
Years ago, a serial killer was apparently put behind bars. But when bodies begin appearing bearing his distinct markings, the investigation is reopened. Detective Jodie Keane (Angela Dotchin) is put on the case with some help from ex-cop John Lawless (Kevin Smith)--and Jodie is the bait. C. Thomas Howell co-stars in this New Zealand production.