For millennia, mankind has sought the mythical substance known as the “Elixir of Life.” The allure of Immortality has toppled kingdoms and changed the course of world power over a long course of history and conquest. From ancient Egypt to medieval Europe, great civilizations have secretly worked tirelessly to discover the power of its secret. Legends say the elixir was handed down from the gods at the dawn of time, and that it held as the ultimate power, the power to rule for eternity. While many have claimed to hold this most sacred of secrets, new research reveals a shocking clandestine secret hidden for centuries. Finally, the truth behind the Holy Grail and the Philosopher’s Stone can be revealed.
When a property in the Sonoran Desert, AZ, fell into default foreclosure and went up for public auction, an eager young newlywed couple jumped at the opportunity to purchase. Little did they know it used to be a torture ground owned by the serial killer “Motorman Dan” whose crimes became the most puzzling in U.S. history. Now, their honeymoon phase has come to a horrifying halt, as the Motorman rises for one more round of terror.
In this hip-hop slanted horror opus, a group of stuggling rap musicians think they’ve gotten their big break when they’re tapped to record with star-making producer Dr. Bones. But the rappers soon learn that Dr. Bones has more than music on his mind; he’s using their music to turn listeners into zombies — and then force his willing slaves to join him in a bid to take over the world! Veteran comic actor Darrow Igus stars alongside newcomer Larry Bates and Sarah Scott.
Five British men have been arrested following some trouble with rival Russians. After being gassed and kidnapped, the group awake and realise they have been taken from their cells and are now trapped in a derelict warehouse with no way of escape. Someone is out for revenge and will stop at nothing to get it.
As a DJ, music journalist and broadcaster, Edith Bowman has always been fascinated by the relationship between sex and music. She meets experts and artists, producers, singers and even her own friends and family to investigate the power of music to provoke sensual responses in the human brain and body.
Eri (Matsubara) is a high school student who is anonymous unlike her friend Mitsuko (Yokoyama) who is the target of amorous advances from their teacher, Ichida (Tsubouchi). Eri comes across a novel way to protect Mitsuko: find a cursed funerary urn that contains ashes reputed to cause death and give said ashes to teacher.
Jill (Brianne Davis), a girl angry about being blind and struggling with her faith, unexpectedly inherits an old mansion from her estranged aunt (Janice Knickrehm, “Halloween 6”). She and her friends go there to check it out. On the way they have a strange encounter with the creepy Hank (Ezra Buzzington, “The Hills Have Eyes”). At the house, unnerving things start happening and Jill starts “seeing” things. Her friends become concerned about her sanity, leaving Jill feeling even more isolated and under the spell of the force in the house. But when Jill disappears, it’s too late for her friends to stop what is already in motion. The ghost that brought Jill to the house and a soldier from the past (C. Thomas Howell) are going to reveal their secret, forcing Jill to face her greatest fears, changing her forever.
Frankenstein from the Royal Ballet 2016 Movie
Director Mike Bakaitis’ glimpse into 2018 A.D.
A former history major, Sam, has dropped out of college for reasons she can’t explain. On her 22nd birthday, she has one big wish: to feel a part of history by seeing the Patek Comet, which comes only once every 150 years. But her day spirals out of control in a series of confrontations with her boss, family, friends and boyfriend – who bombard her with questions about her future that she’s not prepared to answer.
From a graffiti artist speaking out against domestic violence in the favelas of Brazil to a dancer rehabilitating sex-trafficking survivors in India, Little Stones profiles four women, each of whom are contributing a stone to the mosaic of the women’s movement through their art. The film and accompanying education initiative have been designed to raise awareness about global women’s rights issues, and to celebrate creative, entrepreneurial, and arts-therapy based solutions to the most pressing challenges facing women globally.
In 1956, Elvis Presley was in love with small-town girl June Juanico, whom he picked out of the crowd at one of his concerts. This documentary contains never-before-seen home movie footage, which captures a rare glimpse of the 21-year-old Elvis.
It’s death-by-fear (aka scared-to-death) in this deceptively psychological thriller. The hero, Mike brings his friends to his grandparents’ house for a Halloween party wherein they will all dress up as their innermost fears. Mike’s fear is that he’s inherited a homicidal legacy from his father. Mike’s father was a serial killer who murdered his mother right in front of him when Mike was five before committing suicide. Mike’s fear manifests itself in his inability to commit to his girlfriend of 4 1/2 years, Peg for fear that he will kill her too. Everything gets rolling when an ancient Indian totem wooden figure named Morty comes to life and starts killing off Mike’s friends by making their worst fears come true. The ultimate confrontation comes when Mike has to face his greatest fear – his own father.