The movie begins with a mysterious murder and Umon Kondo, a Doshin, so called drag-ass Umon, who dallies away lying sprawled all day long, launches an investigation.
When Dr. Marcus Sommers realizes that he and his troubled, estranged brother David may be prone a fatal brain disease that runs in their family, he decides to make peace with his sibling, and invites him on a trip to the Rockies. There, the brothers bond over their shared enthusiasm for cycling and decide to enter a grueling bike race through the mountains. However, Marcus' health soon begins to fail, and David must compete without his brother at his side.
The great Chicago White Sox team of 1919 is the saddest team to ever win a pennent. The team is bitter at their penny pincher owner, Charles Comiskey, and at their own teammates. Gamblers take advantage of this opportunity to offer some players $ to throw the series (Most of the players didn't get as much as promised.) But Buck Weaver and the great Shoeless Joe Jackson turn back at the last minute to try and play their best. The Sox actually almost come back from a 3-1 deficit. 2 years later, the truth breaks out and the Sox are sued on multiple accounts. They are found innocent by the jury but baseball commissioner Landis has other plans. The eight players are suspended for life, and Buck Weaver, for the rest of his life, tries to clear his name.
Would you believe in a policewoman who suffers from such serious panic disorders that she is afraid to get close to any crime scene and has been on permanent office duty for more than a decade? Would you believe a lone mother who is unfit to pay her mortgage and also raise her rebellious teenage daughter? Indeed, no one believes that the troubled ex-detective has discovered a serial murder case. Personal dramas and a murder mystery unfold in present-day Budapest, where demonstrations are part of the pre-election life of a city still trying to cope with the shadows of its historical and recent past. It is a city where nothing seems honest and true, except through the eyes of an emotionally unstable policewoman and her misfit daughter who wants to know who her father truly was.
Roger is a 16-year-old who seeks to lose his virginity in this softcore erotic drama. His initial efforts are unsuccessful, but World War I breaks out and men are seen marching off to battle. Roger goes overboard when he is presented with several amorous opportunities.
Eva auditions for a role in an obscure art-house film. An anonymous, masked director creates an intimidating atmosphere. He dominates and humiliates Eva, forcing her into prostitution. She sleeps with a Jewish film producer named Josh. When he refuses to help her financially, Eva blackmails him by threatening to tell his wife that they slept together. Back on the film set, Eva's heading towards her own downfall. It's just a matter of time before her individuality and emotions are eliminated for 'the sake of art'.
Melissa is a fetish model who realizes that she had taken the wrong path. Modeling was to pay for college, but it became her career. She tries to convince a director to forsake exploitation films in favor of returning to his artistic roots.
Chronicles the six-decade career of the U.S. film industry's most diverse, dogged and resourceful low-budget producer-director-entrepeneur, painting the soft-spoken Roger Corman as an indie cinema trailbrazer as well as an extraordinary conduit for new talent.
In this thought-provoking documentary by first-time filmmaker Jade Jackman, several different British-Muslim women share their recent experiences of being negatively portrayed or stereotyped by the western media. Through these women’s perspectives we see an unexpected form of oppression that contradicts and challenges the misinformed view that these women are in fact oppressed by their faith. Furthermore, this short film offers an insight into how governmental legislation, such as Prevent and the Counter Terrorism and Security Bill, is seeping into different areas of life and institutionalising racist stereotypes.
Bad trailers for bad movies can be good fun, as this fiendishly funny collection of exploitation flick trailers amply demonstrates. Shamelessly sleazy promos for an assortment of flicks whose titles alone are enough to raise eyebrows include scenes from movies such as Satan in High Heels and Pin-Down Girls. Also included are She Shoulda Said No!, Glenn or Glenda, Reform School Girls, A Taste of Flesh, Let Me Die a Woman and more.
Feature Length Documentary about the making of Brutal Jesus
Elaine Dodge is the beautiful young daughter of Taylor Dodge, president of the Consolidated Insurance Company. When Mr Dodge is murdered by a mysterious cloaked figure known only as the Clutching Hand, Elaine enlists the aid of Craig Kennedy to unmask the killer
A marinal adventure animated short from Emile Cohl.
Somerset 1850. Two boys exploring an underground cave, divert the course of a river and drastically change the lives of the people of two villages.
1 Fuck The System 2 Dogs Of War 3 Chaos Is My Life 4 UK 82 5 Fightback 6 Alternative 7 Never Sell Out 8 Massacre 9 Holidays In The Sun 10 Systems Fucked Up 11 Porno Slut 12 Troops Of Tomorrow 13 Massacre Of Innocents 14 Noise Annoys 15 Fuck The USA 16 Beat The Bastards 17 Let's Start A War 18 Punk's Not Dead 19 Sex & Violence
An Émile Cohl animation short.
Synapse Films presents another volume in their best-selling series of classic exploitation trailers! Another mind-numbing, ball-busting, fist-punching and horror filled collection from the bygone days of New York City’s classic 42nd Street theatres. Hold tight to your greasy popcorn and watered down soda because you will have a “blast” watching these amazing film trailers! This explosive collection, transferred in high-definition, will blow you through the back of your home theatre!
A jewel thief eludes a detective by changing clothes with a Negress at a public bath.