While on a camping trip, a young girl is captured and almost raped by four drug runners. She escapes, and instead of running away, determines to get her revenge on her attackers.
The Peruvian Galapagos Islands feature in Hammer’s film Endangered, where Blue-footed Boobies, seals and iguanas are equated with the filmmaker herself who identifies light, life and the genre of experimental film to be threatened with extinction in this late twentieth century. Every image is marked and cancelled before it disappears. Even the emulsion of the film is treated with acid showing its fragility. The film is a highly effective compilation of image, colour and sound building upon each other, slowly heightening the sense of urgency. Against this mood there is a reassuring image of a silhouetted woman working at the film projector. A strong, competent, fearless woman. Woman documenting, warning, saving.
When police are puzzled by several horrific murders, they assume they have a serial killer on their hands. But soon they realise that the unimaginable has happened. A killing machine from another world has arrived on Earth determined to brutally execute human beings. Finding themselves out of their depth they are forced to rely on a mysterious alien hunter that has volunteered his help.
Thriller about a New York ex-cop and an attractive female sheriff who fall in love while investigating a string of mysterious cattle mutilations in a small Colorado town. Urich is great as Reuben Castle, the retired alcoholic police lieutenant out visiting the town with his tomboy daughter. At first he tries to stay out of the case but finds himself involved after the mysterious death of his friend Joe Hiatt, the editor of the local paper whose theories about black helicopters have aroused the ire of cattle baron Ben Morgan. Trying miserably to stay sober, Castle finds himself back in danger and in love, as he and the sheriff work together to get to the bottom of the mystery, encountering incredible danger and resistance from the frightened locals.
We have volunteered for the Earth Conservation Corps to restore the Anacostia river and the Washington wasteland where we live and often meet an early violent death. We are striving to return our nation's bird,the bald eagle, to our Nation's Capitol. If the eagles survive maybe we can too. We began filming this documentary in 1992 to show people our America. "Endangered Species" is our story. - Written by Antoine Woods
Max Steel must win the sport champion at the same time he must the world from psycho and bio-con.
TV reporter Megan Cross, while interviewing "alien abductees", has a too-close encounter with the extraterrestrials. Unable to turn to her boyfriend for help, as he might be one of the creatures, she abandons her life to work at an organization that secretly keeps tabs on the world's extraterrestrial activity.
With the black man's numbers dwindling and his habitat encroached upon (we mean you, Jeremy Lin), superstar comic DL Hughley is determined to get federal protection for his species in this boundary-busting mockumentary -- released wild and uncensored.
Featuring memorable moments from the widely popular "Tom Green Show," this off-color compilation showcases Tom playing pranks on his parents, dressing up in drag, singing to his friend's buttocks and surprising unsuspecting museum patrons.
A young mouse, mole and hedgehog risk their lives to find a cure for their badger friend, who's been poisoned by men.
An internationally respected poet announces she is going to kill herself and needs an heir and executor. Young writers drive up the mountain to compete for the position and are challenged intellectually, emotionally, and erotically.
Two estranged brothers reunite at their childhood home in the Alaskan wild. They set out on a two-day hike and are stalked by an unrelenting grizzly bear.
An offbeat, pseudo modern-day fable of one deranged animal and his even more deranged roommates. Pickle the adrenaline-junkie bunny, Merl the safety-conscious squirrel, and Gull the loving seagull find themselves in ridiculously dangerous and always hilarious situations whenever they try to go about their daily life.