Do plants have feelings? A prolific horror writer, Eric Shapiro has crafted a tense and fast-paced film set around a dining table and the politics of food. Rhoda Jordan and Ben Siegler, a liberal yogini and her more conservative father-in-law, square off on veganism vs. meat-eating, in a PETA-endorsed narrative.
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Jeffrey Schwartz turns his camera on the plus-sized "cinematic terrorist" turned international icon of bad taste when Harris Glenn Milstead, a.k.a. Divine, comes to life in this complex documentary that traces his humble beginnings as an overweight, teased Baltimore youth to internationally-recognized drag superstar.
A fun-filled, all-new adventure featuring Spanky, Alfalfa, Buckwheat, Darla, Petey the Dog and all their friends. Directed by Alex Zamm, the most entertaining bunch of third graders in town hatching a series of madcap schemes to earn enough money to keep Grandma's bakery out of the clutches of conniving businessman Big Ray.
Expands on the world created by the phenomenal horror franchise with an intense tale of black magic, superstition and possession set in a gritty urban environment. Fans can be the first to bring the terror home when the film arrives on Digital two weeks early on March 25th.
Brea Grant set out to make a different kind of post-apocalyptic film, about two characters losing their valuable friendship. Combining indie film aesthetics with science fiction, Brea Grant explores a realistic vision of what could happen during a nuclear disaster, and forces the audience to confront how they would respond under similar circumstances.
In this action-packed animated film, two of Marvel's most popular characters, Black Widow (voiced by Jennifer Carpenter) and the Punisher (voiced by Brian Bloom) team up alongside Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, and the rest of the Avengers. Special Features Includes two Making-of Featurettes & Blu-ray Exclusive Conceptual Art Gallery.
Vallie Sue (AJ Michalka), a young teenager with big dreams, lives in a desolate, gritty little town, built on the site of an old drive-in movie theater. The townspeople and her own mother (Alicia Silverstone) barely pay attention to her, but she finds solace from a mystical cowboy and a former enemy.
Featuring four previously unreleased episodes Untamed Youth, Hercules and the Captive Women, The Thing That Couldn't Die and The Pumaman. This 4-DVD set is also brimming with bonus features, including new interviews with Mamie Van Doren and Walter G. Alton and new featurettes.
The film stunned audiences in international film festivals in nine countries, including Canada's Toronto After Dark, Germany's Rosebud Entertainment Fantasy Festival, Spain's Fancine - Festival de Cine Fantastico and South Korea's Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival.
Amy Adams may be hoping for the Best Actress Oscar® at this Sunday's Academy Awards® but she is meanwhile today named the first winner of a new film prize – for the best movie line of the year. And the winning line is... 'You're nothing to me until you're everything' – delivered by Adams, as con artist Sydney Prosser, to her lover (Christian Bale) in the movie American Hustle. It vents her frustration that she can't have him completely because he's married to another woman.