Seven geniuses, with IQs over 200, are plucked from their lives on Christmas Eve to try to solve the world's problems in one night
Vegetarians are disappearing from the little town of Bisbee, AZ. When a group of locals discover that their secret hallucinatory cactus garden has been used as a human barbecue and burial site, the existence of the Bisbee Cannibal Club becomes horrifyingly apparent. They form a vigilante gang, calling themselves "The Bisbee Cannibal Hunters, " to avenge their garden.
Foreign, Foreign Action & Adventure, Foreign Dramas, Hong Kong, Mandarin Language, Cantonese Language, Foreign Regions, Foreign Languages - Competition heats up the night in this drama about the ladies who work at the Golden Pond club. Tensions rise as the owner of a rival establishment tries to lure in customers by persuading the Golden Pond's madam and her lovelies to defect to the Phoenix club. The situation escalates, and it's not long before the Golden Pond girls' lives are in danger. Diana Pang Dan, Charlie Cho Cha-Lei and K.K. Cheung Kwok-Keung star. Diana Pang Dan, Charlie Cho Cha-Lei and K.K. Cheung Kwok-Keung star.
The best women's wrestling competition of all time...and if you think it's fake you're in for a big surprise See LEGENDARY Mixed Martial Arts fighters coach their teams to victory in the cage! aka Chuck Lidell's Girl's Fight Club
Some spend all their money and risk their lives for nothing more than personal goals. That's the sum of land-speed racing, an amateur motorsport that pays nothing more than the respect of a racer's peers and the achievement of a top-speed record. This is the hobby that birthed all of the hot rodding world, when backyard car builders met on the far-flung dry lakebeds of the Southern California desert in the 1930s to see whose car could go the fastest. In 1949, hot rodders first gained access to top-speed runs at the world-famous Bonneville Salt Flats, and now the quest for 200-plus-mph records has extended to venues worldwide. Those racers who set records in excess of 200 miles per hours are entered into the exclusive fraternity of the 200 MPH Club at each venue where records are maintained. Only a handful of people have entered multiple 200 MPH Clubs.
Special club release includes three songs and interviews.
Explores the life and times of an institution that has been described as 20 years of continuous improvisation.
Set in current Brisbane, Australia. A world where supernaturals have de-evolved and have become more humanized to blend in with the human dominated world. They have forgotten their true nature and lost all their strengths and instincts. There are only a rare few who have not forgotten. They hide in the shadows. There are also the human task force called The Eradication Task Force (or E.T.F for short) whose primary tasks are to control and eliminate all out of control/rogue supernaturals.
This B&W film is set in the early 1950s. It is about a father who fears his son is involved with an untrustworthy women. His fears are confirmed when he brings in a private investigator. It ends with a twist.
A drunken night out at a nightclub, told through frenetic, morphing animation.
With moving stories from a range of characters from her Kahnawake Reserve, Mohawk filmmaker, Tracey Deer, reveals the divisive legacy of more than a hundred years of discriminatory and sexist government policy to expose the lingering "blood quantum" ideals, snobby attitudes and outright racism that threaten to destroy the fabric of her community.
About a group of people who come together in their love of Australian TV series Prisoner (a.k.a. Prisoner Cell block H).
A group of public and private investigators looks into the suspicious death of the son of one of its members' wealthy girlfriends.
A short COI documentary about youth clubs and the opportunities they provide.
The story of a young editor lost in a Lisbon for tourists, a decaying film industry, and demonstrations for a hopeless generation.
BOOK CLUB takes viewers on an emotional and personal journey through the lives of eight American women, bonded by a book club formed 70 years ago. At a time when social standards prohibited married women from continuing their careers, a group of women decided to use their book club to keep up with what was going on in the world. What they didn't anticipate, were the poignant words of the authors uniting them not only for these monthly gatherings, but binding them together for the journey of a lifetime.
A room of four stereotypical individuals are trapped in a room, one is a murderer.
Fantastic prosthetics and hilarious performances complement this improbable parable about the choice a preppy young man makes after his girlfriend is struck with a debilitating condition as a result of not adhering to his country club’s guidelines.
Utilizing a generous amount of footage from their previous release Hell Spa (filmed way back in 1990), this features a brand new framing device starring Tommy Kirk as a detective.
King of Clubs is an adult reality series currently airing on Playboy TV. It revolves around the Gentile family and their operation of Las Vegas' historic Palomino Strip Club.
The story revolves around Haruka Nanase, a boy who has always loved to be immersed in water, and to swim in it. Before graduating from elementary school, he participated in a swimming tournament along with his fellow swimming club members, Makoto Tachibana, Nagisa Hazuki, and Rin Matsuoka. After achieving victory, each of the boys went their separate ways. Time passed, and in the middle of their uneventful high school lives Rin appears and challenges Haruka to a match, showing Haruka his overwhelming power. Not wanting it to end like this, Haruka, gathers together Makoto and Nagisa once again and brings a new member named Rei Ryugazaki to create the Iwatobi High School Swimming Club in order to defeat Rin.
Are You Afraid of the Dark? is a joint Canadian-American horror/fantasy-themed anthology television series. The original series was a joint production between the Canadian company Cinar and the American company Nickelodeon. The show was filmed in Richmond, British Columbia and in Montreal, Quebec including their suburbs. The episode "The Tale of the Twisted Claw" was aired as a pilot on the evening of October 31, 1991 in the USA and in October 1990 in Canada. Are You Afraid of the Dark? was aired from August 15, 1992 to April 20, 1996 on Nickelodeon's SNICK. The series also aired on the Canadian television network YTV from October 30, 1990 until June 11, 2000. A revived series with new directors, writers, and cast was produced by Nickelodeon from 1999 to 2000 and also aired on SNICK. The sole member from the original lineup to return for the sixth and seventh seasons was Tucker, although Ross Hull returned for the concluding miniseries, which notably broke from the show's established format by blurring the line between story and "reality".
Rootie Kazootie was the principal character on the 1950s children's television show The Rootie Kazootie Club. The show was the creation of Steve Carlin and featured human actors along with hand puppets.
Akane Tachibana and Hitonari Hiiragi were rising stars of high school basketball and bitter rivals on the court. In the past, the only thing keeping each one from being the best was the other. But when Hiiragi is transferred to Kouzu High School, they find themselves as teammates. Will the two masters of the court reconcile their differences in time for the big game against Kokutai, or will Hiiragi switch teams to challenge his rival face to face?
Die Rote Meile is a German television drama that aired on Sat.1 and follows the lives of strippers, prostitutes and their pimps in the district of St. Pauli in Hamburg. The first season premiered on 1 October 1999 and consisted 26 episodes. The show was a rival to the RTL drama Hinter Gittern - Der Frauenknast; both airing in the same time-slot - Monday nights at 9:15 pm. A second season was ordered by the network in the spring of 2000 and started airing on Thursday nights at 8:15 pm on 14 December 2000. The show was canceled in the beginning of 2001, airing its last episode on 8 March 2001.