“Split Ends“: Set in New Jersey, this contemporary romantic dramedy follows a Scottish-born hairdresser’s crusade against developers who seek to evict her from her shop in the name of “progress”–shorthand for the launch of a sleek new construction project. Rallying the townsfolk around her, the fortysomething entrepreneur engages her opponents in a battle of hearts, minds, and a hoped-for legal triumph.
“Stripped Down“: A surreal dark comedy where revenge becomes redemptive. Over the next 24 hours, Lily (Elana Krausz), a former stripper and strip club manager, will collide with her abusive husband, Larry (Marcus Jean Pirae), and a judgmental IRS agent, Francis (Ian Ziering). With two fellow strippers, (Lisa Arturo, Bre Blair) Lily spirals into a world of money, sex, and violence, ultimately awakening to a new ‘stripped down’ reality.
“Recon 2012“: After the gruesome events on Caprini, Sharp and his elite team of tough, witty and trigger happy space Marines must now head out to the icy planet Mezzo to investigate further Ma’har activities. What they will encounter will defy their imaginations as they tackle giant man eating snow worms, an underground city of Cyborgs, a slew of murderous alien entities and maybe, finally, the ever elusive Ma’hars.
“The Girls of Summer“: The story of Jake McBride, “the best softball player in his league,” who bets his best friend he can win the league with a team of models. Together, Jake and his model cousin, Holly, recruit an athletic group of pampered princesses and attempt to turn them into a well-oiled softball-playing machine.
“Last Call“: Starring Lori Petty, Last Call is a snapshot of a night out in the big city. The eye of the camera moves through a collection of humorous and horrible moments between friends, lovers, relatives, colleagues, and total strangers, and then slows down to capture a moment that could alter the life of one of the characters forever.
“Always From Darkness“: When a young woman takes notice of her neighbor, she has a plan to make him hers. Only problem is, she’s a vampire.
“Krazy Keystone Komedies“: Get ready to sit back and laugh at the greatest slapstick comedies ever filmed! Mack Sennett was an innovator of slapstick comedy in film. During his lifetime, he was known as “the King of Comedy.”
“Confidential“: No actors. No scripts. Real life. Real stories. Real people. Drug addictions. Gender confusion. Teenage drunk driving. HIV infections. Suicides.
“Birth of Separation“: Conceived from transgression and purged into a world he was not meant to know, Jerome exacts meaning to his otherwise questionable existence.
“Chiller Theatre“: Join out hostess Lauren as she attends CHILLER THEATRE – the largest bi-annual gathering of barbarians, freaks, outcasts, derelicts and social rejects. It’s where the pitiful and shunned can socialize comfortably.
“Fashion Den“: Wild, Crazy, Outrageous And Cutting Edge Styles… Experience the magic of the world’s largest fashion convention. Our gorgeous hostess Melissa Cross takes a long trek across the desert and ends up at the Magic Fashion Convention in Las Vegas.
“Dented“: A Twisted Tapestry Of Digital Debris. Step into a world where freaks rule! A place where disgusting, riveting and nauseating acts of mental and physical anguish, abuse and torture are commonplace everyday occurrences.
“California Theme Parks“: Each year millions of people visit one of Southern California’s many theme parks. For some it is an annual ritual, for others a one time rite of passage. This indispensable visual guide takes you behind the magic of California’s biggest and best.
“The All-Star Christmas Show“: This 1958 Christmas spectacular was produced by the USO for the entertainment of troops stationed overseas. Over 50 top names from stage, screen and television appear in this truly all-star concert film – a magical evening of music, comedy and fun.