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  • 69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez (2020)

    2020

    1h 37m

    5.4 IMDB

    Part investigative documentary, part real-life gangster movie, '69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez' unpacks the life of polarizing rap sensation and internet troll Tekashi69.
  • When We Walk (2019)

    2019

    1h 37m

    6.2 IMDB

    Award-winning documentary director, Jason DaSilva was found diagnosed with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis years ago while filming his film in India. Since then, Jason have been going through series of unfortunate challenges like being trapped in New York City due to his disability caused by MS, got divorced with his beloved wife and trying to stay close with his son who is now in Texas with his ex-wife. —Jason DaSilva
  • Devil's Prey (2020)

    2020

    1h 37m

    4.1 IMDB

    As a demon and a fallen angel battle for his soul, a tormented serial killer is stalked by the ghosts of his past victims and hunted by detectives searching for his latest prey.
  • Master Pieces (2020)

    2020

    1h 37m

    5.4 IMDB

    Master Pieces is an old school slasher with chills, thrills, and gore. A deranged artist goes on a killing spree while a new wife, a weird collection agency, and odd happenings around the house add to his troubles. Featured by the Independent Horror Movie Awards and nominated for Best Kill and Gore. A HorrorNewsNet presentation.
  • The Orange Years: The Nickelodeon Story (2018)

    2018

    1h 37m

    7.6 IMDB

    Cast:  Christine Taylor, Larisa Oleynik, Melissa Joan Hart, Michael C. Maronna
    For millions of children and adults, the Nickelodeon Network is synonymous with growing up. In just a few years, the channel grew from a small local channel to an international phenomenon that helped shape a generation. Led by Geraldine Laybourne, the visionary who turned the company into an $8 billion juggernaut. But what was the whole story? The Orange Years journeys behind the scenes of the "kids first" phenomenal programming to chronicle the unprecedented success of Nickelodeon, straight from the mouths of those who brought the classic shows to us as children. Filled with interviews from the actors, writers, animators, and creators from all your favorite golden age Nick shows, the film offers a new perspective on Nickelodeon, from the humble origins of the channel deep into the SNICK years. More than just a history lesson or a "where are they now?" special, the documentary explores the network's revolutionary approach to storytelling, the impact it had on a generation of youth, and aims to find out of why these shows have stayed in the hearts of so many people.
  • Accidental Anarchist (2017)

    Carne Ross was a government highflyer. A career diplomat who believed Western Democracy could save us all. But working inside the system he came to see its failures, deceits and ulterior motives. He felt at first hand the corruption of power. After the Iraq war Carne became disillusioned, quit his job and started searching for answers. This film traces his journey across the globe as he tries to find an answer to the question so many people today are asking themselves - isn't there a better way? For Carne there is. Anarchism offers a solution to the brutalities of Capitalism and the dishonesties of Democracy. It offers a world where people have control over their own lives. From the protesters of Occupy Wall Street, to an anarchist collective in Spain, to Noam Chomsky, the grand old man of anarchism himself, Carne finds people who are putting the theory into practice. His journey eventually takes him to one of the most dangerous places on earth - Syria, eight kilometers from the front line with Isis, where a remarkable anarchist state has risen phoenix like from the flames. A powerful film about one man's epic journey from government insider to anarchist.
  • The Sunshine Makers (2015)

    Cast:  Timothy Leary
    The story of Nicholas Sand and Tim Scully, the unlikely duo at the heart of 1960s American drug counter-culture.
  • De Lo Mio (2019)

    2019

    1h 37m

    6.1 IMDB

    Two "ride or die" sisters raised in NYC reunite with their estranged brother in the Dominican Republic to clean out their late father's childhood home. The siblings laugh, brawl, and face their demons as they come to terms with letting go of their last connection to their motherland.
  • Divine Love (2019)

    2019

    1h 37m

    6.2 IMDB

    Brasil, 2027. Joana, a forty-year-old civil servant, works as a notary at the divorce registration office, but her fervent Christian faith drives her to go beyond her job in an attempt to reconcile separated spouses. In order to do so, she has a secret weapon: she persuades them to join Divine Love, a group of which she is a member with her husband, Danilo who creates flower bouquets at their home. Group readings of holy writings, sermons, purifying immersion: Divine Love has everything you'd find in your average run-of-the-mill evangelical community, except that this group also likes to get involved in a bit of swinging - on the sole condition that the man's seed is reserved for his legitimate wife because "supreme pleasure comes from the divine desire to procreate life within the family. But Joana and Danilo are unable to conceive, because he is unable to reach a climax, despite his best efforts (swinging upside down on a machine being one of them). As a result, she has entirely dedicated her existence to God in the hope of a miracle (going up to pray regularly at an astonishing religious drive-in). But when the miracle becomes a reality, everything begins to get a little complicated.
  • Ice Bar (2006)

    2006

    1h 37m

    6.4 IMDB

    On learning that his father whom he thought was dead is alive and living in Seoul, a boy sells ice blocks to fund the trip to meet him.
  • Bugsy Malone (1976)

    1976

    1h 37m

    6.9 IMDB

    Cast:  Jodie Foster, Dexter Fletcher, Bonnie Langford, Scott Baio
    A gangster movie in which all the gangsters are played by children. Instead of real guns and ammo, they use "splurge guns" that cover the victim in whipped cream. The story tells of the rise of Bugsy Malone and the battle for power between Fat Sam and Dandy Dan. —Steve Crook
  • The Decadent and Depraved (2018)

    2018

    1h 37m

    5.1 IMDB

    In a remote and dark place in the outback of Western Australia, the wanted man Leon Murphey (Ben Mortley) leaves his family in a bid to ensure their safety. While being transported by Captain Dalton (Michael Muntz), Leon's daughter (Isabella Jacqueline) is captured by the cruel Maitland (Steve Turner). The journey soon becomes a chaotic tale of revenge and murder within the ever-changing terrain of Western Australia. —Prince-Wright Productions
  • Out of Time (2020)

    2020

    1h 37m

    5.6 IMDB

    Cast:  Louis Emerick
    When ex -Fighting champion Danny's 8-year sentence is over, he returns home to a revelation. Not only is his beloved gym under pressure, his childhood sweetheart Sam and their only son Connor have been covering a huge secret. Sam is unsure how to reveal and handle the whole situation and both are terrified to tell. Only one thing's for certain. ALL OF THEIR LIVES WILL CHANGE FOREVER. —Kerry Williams
  • Man in Camo (2018)

    Man in Camo takes a close look at the life of visual artist, writer and filmmaker Ethan Minsker and his drive to create and crusade the making of art. Through the lens of old photographs and films, Minsker leads viewers on a journey through the hurdles that once held him back, from dyslexia to the violence of 1980s Washington D.C. It was these hurdles that forged his love of film and art, and his work now spans across three decades. Man In Camo brings forth not just the love of art, but the reasons for making it in the first place.
  • The Runaways (2019)

    2019

    1h 37m

    6 IMDB

    Cast:  Tara Fitzgerald, Mark Addy, Steve Huison, Lee Boardman
    After their home life is turned upside down three children and the family's donkeys escape across the backbone of Northern England, confronting both the harsh landscapes and what it means to be siblings. A throwback to classic children's adventure films but with a modern aesthetic.