“My Dead Uncle’s Band“: Filmmaker Abby Rhodes is an only child whose parents were killed in a freak accident at a zoo. They thought it was a petting zoo. They were wrong.
“Anima Mundi“: Anima Mundi is a new documentary on Permaculture, the Gaia theory, Peak Oil survival and Climate Change (man-made or not) featuring David Holmgren (co-originator of Permaculture), John Seed (Deep Ecology), Dr Stephan Harding (Gaia Science and author of Animate Earth), Dr Vandana Shiva (Human Rights – Environment – Philosophy), Michael C Ruppert (from the movie Collapse), Michael Reynolds (from the film The Garbage Warrior), Dr Christine James (Psychology), Dr Mark O’Meadhra (Integrative Medicine), Noam Chomsky and Permablitz.
“Night Crawlers“: Blood is thicker than water in this tiny Texas town. After two centuries of Vampire blood lust one man becomes a hero…without a clue. Rob and Coop are presented with an opportunity to make some quick money and escape small town life.
“Raymond Did It“: When twelve-year-old Bryce Rourke is accidentally killed in a playground scuffle, his friends decide to blame Bryce’s developmentally delayed older brother for the accident. Raymond is taken to a state hospital while the true killer walks free.
“Renfield“: R. N. Renfield, once the slave of Dracula, is now an insane vampire stalking a modern day metropolis (Bayou City).
“Fested: A Journey to Fest 7“: FESTED was filmed over two weeks spent in Gainesville around Fest 7 in 2008. The film follows Gainesville’s SPANISH GAMBLE and friends on their quest to play and experience the epic weekend-long festival that has been called things like “punk rock Christmas”, “a big, drunk, punk rock, bearded, tattooed family reunion”, and “the last true home of punk rock”. In the spirit of Penelope Spheeris’ Decline Of Western Civilization series, FESTED features interviews, performances, and shenanigans from over 20 bands.
“Nico Escondido’s Grow Like a Pro“: HIGH TIMES and Nico Escondido are proud to release this unprecedented body of work. Featuring over 2 hours of comprehensive cultivation coverage.
“Tom Waits: Complete Review“: It’s almost 40 years since Tom Waits’ debut record, and during a career that, for most fans, has quite simply gotten better, more exciting and more challenging with each new release.
“The Night Shift“: What if you could live forever? What if you had to spend that eternity stuck in a cemetery with only a limbless corpse for a friend, and cantankerous “residents” that were anything but resting in peace?
“Hide“: Chesterfield High School basketball practice has ended. One year later the town is still reeling from the massacre of a brutal mischief night murder, but even the statewide curfew won’t stop these teens from pulling pranks on Hallow’s Eve.
“Shutterbug“: Shutterbug is the story of Alex, a photographer who is frustrated with life, who is tired of meaningless fashion shoots, and who sets off to shoot his own creative work. When shooting the sunrise one morning, he looks into the sun and hurts his eyes.
“Press 1 for English“: This is a film the U.S. government does not want you to see.Press 1 For English exposes how the government has betrayed you, as it explores the unenforced immigration policies of the United States of America. Take a ride with two adventurous filmmakers (The Wright Brothers) as they trek along our southern border to investigate the lawlessness that has ravaged this part of the country. Witness how the devastating effects of crime, murder, trafficking, narco-terrorism, smuggling, lax border enforcement, and violence have turned the communities of the southwest into the Wild West again.
“Curse of Blanchard Hill: Raped By Nature“: Man has made Blanchard Hill his personal dumping ground. Now, nature is ready to fight back! Spring 1985 – an ancient and deadly Native American curse reawakens when Victor McShane disappears in the remote woods of Blanchard.
“Dalai Lama: Contentment, Joy and Living Well“: H.H. (His Holiness) The Dalai Lama discusses how our essential human nature is compassionate and affectionate, and how when this is combined with our intellect, this balance can contribute to happier human life and a better world for all beings.
“Female MMA Revolution“: 14 Women. 7 Fights. The first female Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighters step up to battle it out in the ring. Poster girl Shelby Walker and Tara Larosa must settle a score in a fierce grudge match, Ruth Mejia does battle with Erica Montoya and Debi Purcell
“Dalai Lama: Practical Way of Directing Love and Compassion”: Our basic human nature is compassionate and gentle. H.H. (His Holiness) The Dalai Lama describes how compassion is the most precious treasure, and it involves a sense of responsibility for the well being of others.
“Heal Neck and Shoulder Pain“: Rooted in the time-tested practices of yoga and qigong (chi gong), this unique program is based in over twenty years of research on therapeutic movement and self-healing modalities. In this 65 min.
“Temple Goddess Workout“: Created by acclaimed Indian dancer and yoga teacher Revital Carroll, this fun and captivating workout is a delicious fusion of yoga and Indian Dance that slims the waist, tones the abs, bottom, and thighs, and switches on the goddess glow!
“Dalai Lama: The Power of Compassion“: This DVD is the latest release in a series of ongoing reissues that bring the work of the Dalai Lama to a wider audience.
“Odissi Dance“: Filmed in the ancient temples of India, this is Volume Two of Revital Carroll’s groundbreaking home study course for Indian Dance. This 70 min. DVD builds on Odissi Dance Vol. I, introducing intermediate skills and choreography.