In the center of a monotonous suburban existence, Sarah lives silently and in subservience to her icy husband Patrick. They have been together far too long, and Patrick's affections for his wife have all but vanished. Instead, his sexual urges are tempting him to lust after their own son. Realizing how far gone her husband is, Sarah undertakes drastic, shockingly sickening measures to salvage some sense of her life and purge her years of festering resentment.
The Internet is flooded with e-mails promising money-making business proposals, lottery win notifications, and fabulous inheritances. This is the story of how one man's involvement with such an Internet scam ruined his life.
Serial killer Mateo, who strongly believes that people need to take responsibility for their actions and not put it off on 'GOD' or chalk it up to 'The Way Life Is'...
Sir Ben takes on the role of a mysterious and cantankerous librarian who takes a group of school children on an enlightening journey to meet pioneering scientists and engineers from the history of Muslim civilization. The librarian is then revealed to be 12th century engineering genius Al-Jazari.
A group of guys capture a young girl with the intent of hurting her. They torture her in many ways, from beating her to putting a sharp piece of needle-like metal through her eye which pierces across her retina.
A short film adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut's Harrison Bergeron, 2081 depicts a dystopian future in which...
In the dead of winter, street musicians Stanley and Oliver aren't getting much business in a run-down neighborhood, and then their instruments are smashed in a run-in with a formidable woman. Their luck seems to turn when they find a wallet full of money, but are about to lose it to a thief when a passing policeman chases the thug off. The boys treat the officer to a meal, but when Stanley pulls out the wallet to pay, the cop recognizes it as his own. Rather than running them in as pickpockets, he pays his own tab and leaves Stanley and Oliver at the mercy of the gruff headwaiter.
Based on the action-adventure video game.
The Moliere players are in their dressing room, getting ready to go on set. One actor mentions to another that his face reminds him of an opportunist turncoat he knew when he was in the Resistance. He then relates the adventure that he had in the Resistance, running an illegal radio station and dodging the Nazis...
The first of two French-language propaganda shorts that Alfred Hitchcock made in 1944 for the British Ministry of Information as morale-boosters for the French Resistance. A RAF officer tells the story of his daring escape from a Nazi POW camp, a thrilling tale of meticulous planning and split-second precision carried out to perfection. But how accurate is his version, and did he know what was really going on?
Rich is abducted in the middle of the night by Tommy. He's taken to a deserted scrap yard and locked in the boot of a car destined to be crushed...
"The Death of Salvador Dali" brings the paranoiac, flamboyant Dali into the office and head-space of an unsuspecting Sigmund Freud...
Third part of a collection of short films created by The Edison Manufacturing Co. and Thomas A. Edison, Inc. from the years 1903-1922.
Second part of a collection of short films created by The Edison Manufacturing Co. and Thomas A. Edison, Inc. from the years 1899-1902.
The fight to win the title of next girlfriend is the subject of this hilarious short. Nine women are questioned by an unknown interviewer to see if they measure up...
A Slavonic Mass by Leos Janácek plays as historical figures, biblical characters, and mythical creatures gather in the pleasure dome.
Policeman encourages street vendors to move on at a market in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. (Preserved by the Library of Congress from a paper print.)
Ex-actor turned commando Andy Frazer is one of a few army men that can be brought back to life by the Death Rising Department. A reality with which his soul will struggle more and more.
Sonny falls for the pretty new girl next door and decides to take her to a part. First, however, he has to get his sister Mary Lou to go to sleep, which is proving to be a harder task than he anticipated.
Unlikely traveling companions, a New York Jewish princess and a midwestern rancher, find adventure and eventually romance in this romantic screwball comedy..
This short movie, is the basis for the full-length feature Disctict 9
A man and a woman are tenderly making love in a one star hotel room. A moment later when they are both dressed up, the idyll that seamed authentic is now gone. A modern look at the story of Adam and Eve..
Meeting in the Middle: While talking about their recent break-up, Ellen Williams and Adam Barnes tell their respective therapists opposing sides of the story. Ellen starts from the beginning and tells how they both met while she was waitressing in a small café. Adam, on the other hand, tells his tale from the end with the account of the couple's final fight. Eventually, their separate stories meet somewhere in the middle and reveal the actual reason for their chaotic breakup. "Meeting in the Middle" brings the laughs hard and fast, painting a hilarious and true portrayal of relationships and the stupid things that can get in the way.
The Perfect Frame: While painting his apartment, a man discovers color for the first time. This prompts him to reveal a new outlook on life.
What's in the Box: A young couple move into their first house, when they find an old steamer trunk they imagine fantastic stories about its previous owners.
2 in the AM PM: A hillarious animated short about 2 store clerks.
Land of the Free: Poverty is the parent of revolution and crime.
The Real Miley Cyrus: No description
A Hip Hop Hustle The Making of 'Just Another Day': A behind the scenes look at the making of Hip Hop drama "Just Another Day" (2010). The story takes place in Miami; it shows the facets of two artists' lives. First, an aspiring Hip Hop singer called Young Eastie, who strives to make a name for himself in the music industry: he tirelessly attempts to obtain a record deal through his idol, A-Maze, an acclaimed rapper experimenting negative aspects of his notorious career who'll do whatever it takes to stay at the top.
Stormchasers: The power of tornadoes, hurricanes, hailstorms, and other severe weather serve as a reminder that, despite technological advances, there are elements of nature that still have us at their mercy. Stormchasers follows the meteorologists who put their lives in danger to chart and research severe storms. A group of scientists drive hundreds of miles per day to chase down tornadoes in the Midwest, lingering until the last possible second when they actually encounter a twister. Weather Service personnel send an airplane through the middle of Hurricane Emily, with everything that can be shaken loose inside the plane tethered down for the rough ride. The "making of" segment of Stormchasers documents the crew's hair-raising experiences as they placed themselves directly in the path of danger and doubted their own sanity for doing so. Interestingly, the filmmakers were forced to manufacture a monsoon when shooting in India; the results were convincing indeed. Originally shot in large format for IMAX theaters, Stormchasers gives the formation of menacing storms a beautifully lyrical quality and goes a long way toward explaining the weather phenomena that shape our lives.
Getting Lucky: A woman fed up with her love life tries her luck on an Internet dating service where she gets more than what she bargains for and may even find herself ---getting lucky.
Trail Mix-Up: During a picnic, Baby Herman follows a beaver into a perilous sawmill - with Roger Rabbit in frantic pursuit.
Tummy Trouble: Roger Rabbit once again is chosen for the dangerous task of babysitting Baby Herman and everything is going to be just fine. "Not like last time!!" Baby Herman immediately swallows his rattle and is rushed to the hospital. The rattle get's out, but then Roger swallows it and doctors are about to cut him open when the lunch whistle goes off. Roger and Herman blast off around the hospital on a jet powered "Hare Splitter" machine. They get blown into the air, the rattle is rescued and everything is fine - until Roger sees the hospital bill!
Varmints: The design and layout of this book immediately make the reader curious. Who is this creature staring straight at you on the cover? A dictionary definition of "var+mint" is on the opening page and then you turn to the first illustration of bees flying over rustling grass beneath a vast skyscape and a text which begins in the picture and then runs along the bottom of the page. “There was once only the sound of bees and the wind in the wiry grass, the low murmuring of moles in the cool dark earth…” But there are changes afoot and, as other inhabitants come, and “tall buildings scratched the sky where the birds once sang”, there is a loss of the quietness – peace is drowned out by noise. Helen Ward’s economy of language, together with the dramatic images of Mark Craste combine to make this a very imaginative and thought provoking story which will certainly stimulate children in key stage 2.
The Early Bird Dood It: The early worm barely escapes the bird, again. In search of a way to get rid of the bird, he enlists the help of a cat, but the bird is too smart for the cat.
Chadwick the Orphan: The tale of a lonely orphan, a fast talking conman, and a ageing billionaire.
Assassins Creed Ascendance : Assassins Creed: Ascendance will bridge the narrative gap between Assassin’s Creed II and Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood. The events of the animated short will follow Ezio as he struggles to loosen the Borgia family’s control over Italy.
Cottonmouth: On a cold dark night, when the moon is full.. four angry ladies rise from the grave to take their revenge on a (tampon) company man who made it possible for them to die of toxic shock syndrome.
Eternal Gaze: An exceptionally moving portrayal of the work of sculptor Alberto Giacometti, whose work with wire and clay figures in his Paris studio is shown at two different points in his life: once when his obsession with perfection leads to a terrible dream and later, when his chronic smoking causes his death and he receives a special benediction from his creations.
The Third and the Seventh: Alex Roman invites us into a surreal world of architecture and light with his stunning mastery of CG.
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble One Night in Texas: Tracklist
01 - Introduction
02 - May I have a talk with you (Live)
03 - Mary had a little lamb (Live)
04 - Look at little sister (Live)
05 - Couldn't stand the weather (Live)
06 - Voodo chile (Slight return) (Live)
Twisted Sister Come Out and Play: It is Brian Johnson going against Dee Snider. You have one guy (Johnson) who has never been much good doing alright material so he really sucks doing this sub-par material. AC/DC were never that creative, but for this album they were definitely on empty as far as ideas go. Johnson just stumbles hoarsely through the most tedious tripe of this band's career. Snider was always more about attitude than range in his approach. That's fine if the songs allow him to bring some aggression. The problem here is that they tried to tone down their sound on several songs and Snider sounds like a caged tiger going around in circles because he had no idea where to go with this type of song. However the sound of a caged tiger is better than the sound of a cat having it's tail stepped on so...
Clock Cleaners: Mickey, Donald, and Goofy are cleaning a large clock. Among the complications: Mickey fights a sleeping stork that doesn't want to leave, Donald gets tangled up in the main-spring, and Goofy is inside the bell when the clock strikes four.
Doll Face: Dir: Andrew Huang. A robotic machine with the face of a doll mimics what it sees on a television.
The World of Stainboy: Stainboy visits his troubled past.
Sinbad the Sailor: Sinbad battles a band of pirates at sea and on a tropical isle. A giant bird rescues him, and he ends up back on his ship with the pirates' treasure.