In Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, a group of friends lives on the streets. They call themselves the Freetown Streetboys, even though there are some women among them as well. Suley, Lama, David, Alfred, Shero and Sarah have all faced enormous physical and psychological challenges, and have been abandoned by the world around them. Without commentary and in poetic, cinematic images, the camera records the dark environment that they inhabit. The group shares their heartrending stories of the precarious nature of life in this complex country. But there is also room for everyday personal struggles, such as starting relationships, how to bring up children (or not), and sex.
A newlywed photographer is stalked by a dark man in a brimmed hat who followers her from her nightmares. Sanity slipping, she meets a mysterious man claiming to know the shocking secrets of the Hat Man.
In effect, modern cow town Spurline is run by Virgil Renchler, owner of the Golden Empire Ranch. One night, two of Virgil's henchmen go a little too far and beat a "bracero" ranch hand to death. Faced with an obvious cover-up and opposition on every hand, sheriff Ben Sadler is goaded into investigating. His unlikely ally: Renchler's lovely, self-willed and overprotected daughter. Will Ben survive Renchler's wrath?
A little girl spies two men breaking into a derelict house. Fascinated by them, she brings herself to the men's attention and a friendship blossoms: but the little girl is unaware she may be crossing dangerous boundaries...
Martin Scorsese narrates this tribute to Val Lewton, the producer of a series of memorable low-budget horror films for RKO Studios. Raised by his mother and his aunt, his films often included strong female characters who find themselves in difficult situations and who have to grow up quickly. He is best remembered for the horror films he made at RKO starting in 1940. Starting with only a title - his first was The Cat People - he would meticulously oversee every aspect of the film's completion. Although categorized as horror films, his films never showed a monster, leaving it all to the viewers imagination, assisted by music, mood and lighting.
Clad in a featureless red mask, The Man Without A Face is involved in a single-minded pursuit of the fabled treasure of the Knights Templar in this tribute to the pulp adventure stories of Louis Feuillade.
Madness in Manila: Shadows Fall Live in the Philippines 2009, commonly referred to as simply Madness in Manila, is the second concert DVD by American thrash metal band Shadows Fall and was released on October 26, 2010 via Everblack Industries/Ferret Music. The disc included footage that was shot on April 30, 2009 at the Pulp Summer Slam in Manila, Philippines Tracklist: 1. “The Light That Blinds”
3. “Failure Of The Devout”
4. “Crushing Belial”
5. “Burning The Lives”
6. “A Public Execution”
7. “Casting Shade”
8. “Destroyer Of Senses”
9. “What Drives The Weak”
10. “The Power of I and I”
11. “Enlightened By The Cold”
12. “Thoughts Without Words”
13. “Inspiration On Demand”
15. “The Great Collapse”
When the villainous Devil Hand (Yi Chang) steals a vital government document, a Phantom kung fu master (Wong Tao) must use any means necessary to retrieve the stolen item in this Hong Kong martial arts extravaganza. Though a formidable fighter in his own right, the Phantom hero can't accomplish this mission alone, so he enlists the aid of two deadly twin warriors -- both trained in the coveted Seven Star Mantis and Monkey style of kung fu.
Scary Full Feature Horror Movie! Jake and The paranormal team are on their way to help a family in need and to help them deal with some paranormal issues, But the Team never make it to their destination! It is abruptly interrupted by other worldly terrifying beings. Who will survive?
3D Masterpieces Vol 2 presented with Gerhard Mantz - Shadows of Paradise - a stereoscopic 3D real experience of a special kind: Three-dimensional shooting stars and Cloudscape, psychedelic warp channels and fantastic suites of rooms. GERHARD MANTZ presents his visual work of art in 3D and takes us with mind-expanding trips in a unique parallel universe. An artistic experience of the third kind with captivating POP-out effects and spatial visual depth. Optimized for 3D Home Entertainment!
Shadowplayers is a two hour documentary film by James Nice tracing the early history of iconic Manchester Label Factory Records between 1978 and 1981. The facts and the fictions are explored through candid interviews with 22 key participants, including Anthony H. Wilson (Founder) and Peter Saville (Designer), as well as musicians including Peter Hook (Joy Division/New Order), Vini Reilly (Durutti Common), Simon Topping and Martin Moscrop (A Certain Ratio), Chris Watson (Cabaret Voltaire) and Howard Devoto (Buzzcocks/Magazine). The film is divided into 19 chapters, covering subjects such as The Factory Club, sleeve art and graphic design, producer Martin Hannett, the riot at the Joy Division concert at Bury in April 1980, The Factory Beneleux connection, the tragic suicide of Joy Division singer Ian Curtis, the beginnings of New Order, and the decline of the post-punk culture in 1981.
Identical 9-year-olds from very different backgrounds: orphaned Amanda and wealthy Alyssa meet at summer camp and decide to switch places -- and play matchmaker between Alyssa's dad, Roger, and the kind social worker who cares for Amanda.