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New Releases for August 23rd: Super Sized!

I’m not going to lie folks, this week’s new release list is a doozy. By “doozy,” I don’t mean “Full of awesome titles!” though there is a lot of great stuff here. I mean, “There are so many titles I am faint and dizzy tyring to take in the sheer wonder of them all.” You may want to get a glass of water or a snack before you start, but I promise it will be worth the scroll. Ready? Deep breath…GO!

* = Also available on Blu-ray disc

@ = Available for sale in our store

SALE = Click to purchase from our online mercantile


TROLLHUNTER *—This Norwegian found-footage style horror/fantasy/comedy was a favorite at this year’s SIFF and amongst the Scarecrow staff.   @  SALE

WIN WIN *—Paul Giamatti helps a troubled teen work through his demons with the discipline of wrestling (and works out some demons of his own along the way) in this sweet and funny film with a great supporting cast (Amy Ryan, Melanie Lynskey, etc.), written & directed by Tom McCarthy (The Station Agent, The Visitor).  @

THE BEAVER—Speaking of dealing with demons, Mel Gibson works out his own estranged family issues by communicating through a beaver puppet. We refer you to friend-of-the-store Warren Etheredge's interview with the film's director, Jodie Foster.

LITTLE BIG SOLDIER *—Jackie Chan and Lee Hom Wang play two unlikely allies fighting their way through China’s warlord era.  @


THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER SOLD *—POM Wonderful presents Super Size Me’s Morgan Spurlock’s new documentary about the saturation of product placement and branding in our culture, which he explores while going about finding corporate funding for his film.  @

ROAD TO NOWHERE—Monte Hellman’s first film in 20 years is a psychological thriller about a filmmaker working on a true crime story and the star who looks suspiciously like the victim…  @

THE TEMPEST (2011)—Helen Mirren, Djimon Hounsou, Alan Cumming, Russell Brand, Felicity Jones and David Strathairn star in the Shakespeare adaptation by Titus director Julie Taymor.  Sorry, everyone. Due to there being many adaptations of the The Tempest and my apparent inability to differentiate between them, I posted the wrong version here. Julie Taymor's film should be availalbe next month. In the meantime, you can enjoy Christopher Plummer as Prospero in this live stage production.

SYMPATHY FOR DELICIOUS—Current actor/future Hulk Mark Ruffalo stars in and makes his directorial debut with this dramedy about a recently paralyzed DJ who finds he has the power to heal others.

HENRY’S CRIME *—A man serving time for a crime he didn’t commit (Keanu Reeves!) decides to go ahead and rob that bank. Complications ensue. Vera Farmiga and James Caan co-star.

COLD FISH—A teenager learns the nasty secrets behind the proprietors of a fish shop in this “bloodcurdling suspense drama” from the director of Suicide Club. The trailer is NSFW.  @

POETRY *—Korean director Lee Chang Dong’s moving story of a woman struggling to make sense of her world through the wonders of language. It won the Best Screenplay award at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. SALE

SECRET SUNSHINE *—Lee Chang Dong’s 2007 film following a widowed woman (Jeon Do-yeon, who won Best Actress at Cannes)processing her grief as she and her young son make a fresh start in her late husband’s hometown. It's new on DVD & Blu-ray in the US from the Criterion Collection.  SALE


No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise (PS3)



Sgt. Frog: Season 3 Part 2



Angry Beavers: Season 1 & 2

Beyblade: Metal Fusion Volume 4

Chuggington: It’s Training Time!

Conan the Adventurer: Season 1 (1992)

Dora the Explorer: Dora’s Big Birthday Adventure

Go Diego Go! Fiercest Animal Rescues

The Good, The Bad and Huckleberry Hound

The Herculoids: The Complete Series

Hey Dude: Season 1

The Jetsons Meet The Flintstones

Jonny Quest vs. the Cyber-Insects

Jonny’s Golden Quest

Marley & Me: The Puppy Years *

MASK: The Complete Series Volumes 1-3 & 4-6

Mayor Cupcake

Perro y El Gato: Four Adventures

Phineas and Ferb: The Movie-Across the 2D Dimension

Rockin’ with Judy Jetson

Summer Vacation (Nickelodeon compilation)

Team Umizoomi

Timmy Time: Picture Day

Tom and Jerry & The Wizard of Oz

Top Cat and Beverly Hills Cat

Victorious: Season 1 Volume 1



According to Jim: Season 4

Billly The Exterminator: Season 3

Boy Meets World: Season 6

Brothers and Sisters: Season 5

Dennis the Menace: Season 2

Dog the Bounty Hunter: This Family Means Business

Dynasty: Season 5 Volumes 1 & 2

The Event: The Complete Series

FBI: Season 1, Part 1

Gossip Girl: Season 4

Heartland: Season 2

Jersey Shore: Season 3  Uncensored!

Mannix: Season 5

Melrose Place: Season 6, Volume 2

NCIS: Los Angeles-Season 2

NCIS: Season 8

Off The Map: Complete Series

Playboy: Girls Next Door: Season 6

Secret Diary of a Call Girl: Final Season

Shark Men: Season 2

TekWar: Complete Series

Underwater Universe: Season 1

Wallander (2005) Episodes 7-9 & 10-13

Webster: Season 3



Becloud (2009)—Mexico

Before Your Eyes (2010)—Turkey

Black Venus (2010)—France

Bringing Ashley Home (2010)—Canada

Don’t Go Breaking My Heart (1999)—UK

Drummond Will (2011)(PAL Code 2)—UK

Exodus (2011)(PAL Code 2)—Russia

Film With Me In It (2008)—Ireland

Godfather Squad/Bruce’s Last Battle (1977)—Hong Kong

Gods (2008)—Peru

Impase of Desire (2009)—Switzerland

Jealous (2010)—Canada

Land of Fury (1954)(PAL)—UK

Masquerades (2008)—Algeria

NEDS: Non Educated Delinquents (2010)—Scotland

Octopus: Series 3 & 4 (1986)—Italy

Penny Princess (1952)—UK

Phantom Pain (2009)—Germany

Polytechnique (2008)—Canada

Reviving Ophelia (2010)—Canada

Rio Sex Comedy (2010)—France

Robbery Under Arms (1957)—Australia

Shirley Adams (2009)—South Africa

Strange World of Gurney Slade (1960)(PAL Code 2)—UK

Taken From Me: Tiffany Rubin Story (2010)—Canada

Louis Theroux: The Odd, The Bad, and The Godly (PAL Code 2)—UK

To Die Like a Man (2010)—Portugal

Tracker (2010)—New Zealand

Trigger (2010)—Canada

Van Veeteren: Episodes 1-3 & 4-6 (2006)—Sweden

Way of the West (2011)—Canada


NEW IN THE UK DOCTOR SERIES (you’ll find more in our British comedy section)

Doctor at Large (1957)

Doctor in Clover (1966)

Doctor in Distress (1963)

Doctor in Love (1960)

Doctor in the House (1954)

Doctor in Trouble (1970)



Criterion’s Eclipse Series 28   @   SALE

Black Sun (1964)

I Hate But Love (1962)

Intimidation (1960)

Thirst For Love (1967)

Warped Ones (1960)



August (1995)

Lucille Ball: RKO Comedy Volume 1

Brink’s Job (1978)

Broken Star (1956)

Burning Hills (1956)

Catered Affair (1956)

Cobra Woman (1943)

Death Valley Rangers (1943)

The Gazebo (1959)

Gun for a Coward (1956)

Tim Holt: Western Classic Volumes 1 & 2  (is he related to Steve Holt?)

Iron Sheriff (1957)

It Rains in My Village (1969)

It Started With a Kiss (1959)

Kid Colter (1985)

One Man’s Way (1963)

Outlaw’s Son (1957)

Quantez (1957)

Quiet Place in the Country (1969)

Seven-Per-Cent Solution (1976)

Tomorrow is Forever (1945)



Athens: Mother of Western Civilization—“At an early stage the Athenians adopted a questioning attitude toward life and began to develop new ideas. Thus, about 2,500 years ago, in this city there emerged the idea of democracy, which has exerted a decisive influence on modern history. In this cultural environment, literary forms such as the satire, the drama and the comedy were created…Many of the surviving statues and temples which have been preserved are among the finest examples of classical art. Here the roots and the role models of Western culture are to be found.”

Brave New Voices 2010Brave New Voices 2010 captures the exhilarating verbal adrenaline of the freewheeling Grand Slam Finals showdown between four teams — Denver, Albuquerque, the California Bay Area and New York City — all performing in front of a raucous audience at L.A.’s Saban Theatre. Hosted by rap superstar Common and Image Award-winning actress Rosario Dawson, the talented artists and emerging leaders compete before a celebrity panel of judges who will ultimately crown the Brave New Voices 2010.”

Dear Uncle Adolf: The Germans and Their Fuhrer—“More than any other documents, it is the personal private letters written by the German people to Adolf Hitler that provide the most intimate details of the Third Reich. A treasure of more than 100,000 such letters was recently found, hidden in a secret Russian archive. The uncensored letters, which include declarations of loyalty, love letters and the occasional words of protest, reveal the true feelings of the German people - their hopes, longings and fears.”

Death of Andy Kaufman—“Andy Kaufman, often erroneously cited as a comedian, was the world's first performance artist. He defied genre and categorization to become a true artistic pioneer. Given the absence of separation between his life and his performances, news of his terminal illness in 1984 was treated by many as another of his practical jokes. Then, upon his death from lung cancer months later, the questions and incredulity continued. Now, over twenty years later, his death is still not considered to be an undisputed reality. Many continue to wonder if Andy is alive... and if he is, what is he doing? What does he look like? Will he return to the spotlight? These questions are among those that take the filmmakers out in search of Andy.”

The Devilles—“The DeVilles live a strong and not quite uncomplicated love: a film about the American burlesque stripper Teri Lee Geary (aka Kitten DeVille) and her punk rock singer husband Shawn Geary. Teri and Shawn live in a self imposed time bubble of romance caught somewhere between the 1950s and the 1980s. Their looks, their home and their lifestyle, they all fit the format… The film meets the DeVilles after 25 years of passion and at a time of crisis. The lifestyle and the love all of a sudden have a back edge. How do you break up such a glamorous and consumed life?”

Extraordinary Minds: Jared Diamond—“Jared Diamond is one of America's most celebrated scholars. A professor of Geography and Physiology at the University of California Los Angeles, he is equally renowned for his work in the fields of ecology and evolutionary biology and for his groundbreaking studies of the birds of Papua New Guinea… The ease with which Diamond can encapsulate and explain major patterns in human history from such an original perspective has made him a popular draw for lecture audiences and the international media across the globe.”

Jascha Heifetz: God’s Fiddler—“Not since Paganini had there been such a magician on the violin. In this revealing documentary about the legendary musician we see vintage filmed performance clips of Jascha Heifetz  and learn that he was the first truly modern violin virtuoso, the man about whom Itzhak Perlman said, When I spoke with him, I thought, I can’t believe I’m talking with God . This insightful film portrays an artist for whom only perfection would do, a musical wunderkind who went on to set the standards for nearly a century.”

House on the Rock—A tour of the famous home in Spring Green, Wisconsin that houses all sorts of oddities.

Lt. Dan Band: For the Common Good— “This moving film chronicles the journey of Academy Award nominated actor, Gary Sinise who since 9/11, has vowed to never to forget those who are willing to give all. By following Gary and his "Lt. Dan Band" around the world for nearly two years, including Kuwait and Iraq, we meet many of our brave men and women in uniform, our heroic first responders, their families, and the wonderful citizens that support them.”

Making of the President: The 1960s—“Produced by Oscar® nominee David L. Wolper (Roots), these programs feature [Theodore H.]White’s insightful scripts and rare film footage that reveal the winners and losers in unguarded, behind-the-scenes moments. All the backroom deals, convention-floor drama, and campaign strategy come alive again in three historic races: Kennedy-Nixon, Johnson-Goldwater, and Humphrey-Nixon-Wallace. From preprimary jockeying to the final vote tally, these spellbinding narratives dissect the inner workings of our democracy and trace the path to power.”

Bill Moyers: God & Politics—“In this powerful series, Bill Moyers takes on the two subjects we are all told to avoid in polite company: politics and religion. The veteran journalist explores the role of Christianity in the American political arena by interviewing those whose work puts them squarely at the intersection of the religious and political worlds, from the Christian right in Washington, D.C. to evangelical missions in Central America.”

Nico Escondido’s Grow Like a Pro—Nico Escondido advises you on how to grow one particular plant. If you dry it and smoke it, your jacket will smell like Otto’s. 

Statues By The Road—“Enter the fantastic world of Dr. Evermor as he and Lady Eleanor tour you through their unique sculpture park. Among its thousands of works are the 70-piecce "world's only bird band" and the gigantic forevertron, half a city block long, four stories high,and at 400 tons, the Guinness Book of Records largest recycled-metal sculpture!”

Wrong Side of the Bus—“Sidney Bloch, an internationally recognized professor of psychiatry from Australia, returns to Cape Town, South Africa for his medical school reunion. Sid has suffered from a troubled conscience for forty years and wants to resolve his guilt for colluding with Apartheid - but what will it take to free him from his past?”



Lavell Crawford: Can a Brother Get Some Love?—You may remember Crawford from Last Comic Standing.

John Pinette: Still Hungry—The follow-up to his I’m Starving special.



Dizzy Gillespie: In Redondo—Gary Keys' 1986 film.

Mick Jagger’ Glory Years: The Roaring 20’s—A documentary on Jagger’s life while he was in his 20s.

Lord of The Dance (2011)—Michael Flatley returns to his Lord roots after 13 years for a brand-new performance.

Robert Plant: Blue Note

Riverdance: Live from Beijing

Johnny Winter: Live at Rockpalast



Royal Wedding Celebration

William & Kate—Not a documentary but the Lifetime biopic!



Baseball’s Greatest Games: 1986 World Series  (Mets vs. Red Sox)

Baseball’s Greatest Games: 1991 World Series  (Twins vs. Braves)

Baseball’s Greatest Games: 2004 ALCS Game 4  (Yankees vs. Red Sox)

Jordan Rides the Bus/Little Big Men: ESPN 30 for 30 series

Minnesota Twins 1991 World Series Collector’s Edition

2011 NBA Champions: Dallas Mavericks

Unmatched/House of Steinbrenner/Into the Wind: ESPN 30 for 30 series—The Steinbrenner doc. is directed by Barbara Kopple.

US Open: Federer vs. Roddick 2006 Men’s Final

Yes Sir! Jack Nicklaus & his Historic 1986 Masters Victory



Absent Father—“Abigail (Jessica Kadish) is a typical teenager. When an angel tells her she’s been chosen to have God’s child, her first instinct is to look for a way out. Eventually she abandons her comfortable middle-class home for the streets of Boston, where she hooks up with a group of runaways led by the enigmatic Sultan (JP Quicquaro). But just when a new kind of happiness starts to feel within reach, Abigail suddenly finds herself more alone than ever.”

Accused at 17—“When Bianca finds out her boyfriend cheated on her with Dory, a classmate, she's furious and out for revenge. Bianca and her best friends, Fallyn and Sarah, team up to play a prank on the girl to make her pay. The three lure her to a remote location, intending to abandon her, so she has to walk home alone in the dark. But, when Dory doesn’t show up to school the next day, everyone, including Bianca, starts to worry. It’s not until Dory's dead body is found and Bianca, and her mother go to the police, that this childish prank leads to a more adult outcome -an outcome where one murder may not be enough to silence the truth.”

American Bully—“A middle-American teenage boy who is affected by 9/11 terrorism and the war in Iraq becomes involved in an isolated high school altercation that escalates into a hate crime that shocks the entire nation.”

Battle: New York Day II—“Laura Sommers is hearing voices in her head and consults with a psychiatrist. The therapy is suddenly cut short when New York City is rocked by an alien invasion. Laura is knocked out and awakens to an empty, abandoned city…The rest of the city’s population has been enslaved. The only ones who have kept their humanity are those with imbalances in brain chemistry -- that is, mental patients. Laura must fight off the zombies to reach the Alpha, the controller, to make the city safe for the survivors. But the voices in her head are growing stronger...”

The Blade/Ring of DeathBlade (1973): An all-star cast including John Marley (The Godfather) come together in this murder mystery. Marley is Det. Tommy Blade, who is trying to solve the murder of a congressman’s daughter. A cold, calculating killer plays a dangerous game of cat and mouse with the police in this thriller, shown un-cut for the first time on Home Video. Ring of Death (Un Detective) (1969): Franco Nero (Django) is Detective Belli, a corrupt detective hired to investigate a murder. Through the course of his investigation, he finds himself torn between feeling the need to do the right thing and find the murderer, and the beautiful Vera Fontana, a key suspect in the case.”

Bleeding House—“Meet the Smiths—a family full of secrets who keep themselves to themselves. When a sweet-talking Texan (Patrick Breen, Eli Stone, Radio) first arrives on the doorstep of their back-road Midwestern home, his calm, outgoing nature and particular brand of neighborly Christian philosophy seems to be just the remedy the Smith family needs. As the stranger s true motivations come to light, however, he emerges as a cold, driven killer, who thinks he has been sent straight from God to serve punishment upon the family for their past. What follows in this tightly wound and visceral horror/thriller is a desperate game of cat and mouse between the stranger and his prey.”

Blitz (2010) *—Two tough cops (Jason Statham & Paddy Considine) team up to track down a serial killer (Aiden Gillen, you may recognize as Peter “Littlefinger” Baelish from Game of Thrones) who has been killing cops.

Born to Ride (2010)—“The stars of Starship Troopers are back in action! Mike (Casper Van Dien) decides to hit the road on his refurbished classic motorcycle along with best buddy Alex (Patrick Muldoon), but their trek takes a surprising turn when they become involved in a plan involving political blackmail, corruption, and dirty money. Carrying evidence that could get them killed at any minute, the boys are chased on the open road but turn their skills to their own advantage.”

Clink of Ice—A man confronts his cancer that’s taken human form in this dramedy from writer/director Bertrand Blier.

Ding Dong Dead—“Doug, a thirty-something who has just lost his job, goes off the deep end when he is terrorized by a group of young girls who call themselves the Ding Dong Ditchers. The D.D.D. has made an art of ringing doorbells in the night and running away leaving the person answering the door all alone and dumbfounded. This is the straw the breaks Doug's back. Doug fights back and takes no prisoners.”

Essential Killing *—“A Taliban member who lives in Afghanistan is taken captive by the Americans after killing three American soldiers. He is transferred to Europe for interrogation but manages to escape from his captors and becomes an escaped convict on a continent he does not know.” It stars Vincent Gallo Emmanuelle Seigner and David L. Price, and was directed by Jerzy Skolimowski.

Evil Things—“In the middle of nowhere, five young friends are trapped in an unrelenting nightmare when a sinister stranger armed with a video camera turns a birthday weekend into a terrifying game of cat & mouse.”

Family (2006)—“Jean (Renee Humphrey), a small-time crook on the run, Eldon (Boyd Kestner), an ex-cop and Cole (Tanner Richie), his quiet ten year old son begin to bond together... until the secrets start to come out. Before Jean can figure out what is going on, she finds herself embedded in a spiraling nightmare that will leave her with a choice: turning her back on the little boy who needs her or sacrificing herself and going back to jail. Doing the right thing was never so unclear.”

Ferocious Planet—“It was a groundbreaking device designed to glimpse alternate universes and government commissioned by a brilliant physicist. But the machine malfunctioned on its first presentation, transporting a group of observers into a nightmarish new dimension...”

Ferry to Hong Kong (1959)—“Orson Welles (star and director of the critically acclaimed Citizen Kane) stars as Captain Hart in this sea-bound adventure…Pirates, typhoons, shipwrecks and an all-star cast keep this film action-packed.”

Florida Road—“In spite of having a heart of gold, Shaan Sahay, (Ashmit Patel) the son of a wealthy Indian family, yearns for his father’s love and acceptance. He struggles to pursue his passion for writing much to his family’s chagrin as they believe his talent would be better served in the family business. When a tragedy hits home forcing the revealing of some very old secrets, Shaan finds a new purpose and a place of acceptance in his family.”

Followed Home—“A classic setup; Four friends head out for a mountain retreat for a weekend, unsuspecting of the horrors that await. Filled with rest and relaxation, anticipating a joyful stay, they suddenly bear witness to a gruesome murder at a nearby cabin…They are soon to realize it won’t be easy to rid themselves of the experience, as they are followed home by the sadistic murderer, hell-bent on ridding his crime of any witnesses capable of talking…”

Frankenstein Syndrome—“A beautiful young stem-cell researcher, Elizabeth Barnes, joins a secret research group attempting to develop a stem-cell based universal healing serum. Despite opposition from the project leaders she quickly develops a serum that can bring the dead back to life - but with horrific results. When one of the project's security guards is murdered and then re-animated, Barnes and her team must contend with a man, who at first, is like a child but quickly becomes something much, much more.”

Frat House Massacre (Director’s Cut)—“From the creators of CAMP SLAUGHTER comes FRAT HOUSE MASSACRE, a true homage to the best of the late 70's grindhouse and early 80's slasher films! Sean (Chris Prangley) and his little brother Bobby (Rane Jameson) thought joining the Delta Iota Epsilon fraternity would be the best time of their lives with parties, freedom, girls and sex. The fraternity president Mark (Jon Fleming of TVs WILL & GRACE and DANTE'S COVE), however, is a little strange. His twisted hazing rituals include extreme physical and mental torture that lead the boys down a horrific path of destruction and death.”

Goblin (2010)—“In 1831, on the eve of Halloween, the villagers of Hollow Glen engage in an annual festival where they toss their diseased crops into a blazing fire, in hopes of blessing them with an abundant field for the next year. But when one couple takes the ritual too far and throws their sickly, deformed child into the inferno, their murderous action results in something far more horrific than they could have imagined. Out of the ashes and smoke rises something so evil, so monstrous, that the town is forever cursed…”

Immigration Tango—“An American couple and a foreign couple test the limits of friendship and love when they switch partners and get married for green cards in this fun and flirty romantic comedy that earned Best Picture at the Boston International Film Festival.”

Maneater (2009)—“Harry Bailey (Dean Cain), a former FBI profiler turned small town sheriff, investigates the gruesome, cannibalistic murders of several local teens, only to learn that the killer he's hunting is a blood-thirsty monster.”

Puppet Monster Massacre—“A group of teens are challenged to spend a night in the Wagner mansion on the edge of town. Little do they know the owner (Dr. Wolfgang Wagner) has concocted a monstrosity in the basement and plans to make the hapless teens the creature's first big meal. This is The Puppet Monster Massacre, a wild and raucous love letter to the monster films of the glorious 1980's!”

The Shaman & Ayahuasca—“Ayahuasca is a entheogentic or psychoactive vine-based plant brew that have been used for healing by shamans for thousands of years. It is widely known throughout South America for its healing and visionary properties that has, in recent years, caught the attention of the Western world…Intrigued by these extraordinary claims, filmmaker Michael Wiese went to the home of Don Jose Campos, an internationally known Peruvian shaman or curandero, to experience first hand the healing and transformational aspects of Ayahuasca.

Shelter (2010)—“Dr. Cara Jessup is a forensic psychiatrist who specializes in debunking multiple personality disorder. When she discovers that her latest patient’s various personalities are all murder victims, she struggles to find a logical explanation for the man’s delusion.” It stars Julianne Moore and Jonathan Rhys Meyers.

The Tell-Tale Heart (1960)/ The Oval Portrait (1972)—The Tell-Tale Heart:Themes of voyeurism and unrequited love compliment Poe's superb tale of insanity and murder in this grim and suspenseful interpretation by Ernest Morris. Starring Laurence Payne and Adrienne Corri (Hammer's Vampire Circus), and written by Brian Clemens (‘The Avengers’). The Oval Portrait: Poe's suspenseful and darkly romantic tale of an artist whose love for a portrait kills the sitter is embellished into a generations-old curse set in the Civil War era.”

Turbulent Skies—“After pilot error causes a devastating airline crash, Devain Industries unveils the CD70 -- a revolutionary automated system invented by Tom Woodard (Casper Van Dien) and his wife Samantha (Nicole Eggert of ''Baywatch'') designed to someday make human pilots obsolete. But when reckless playboy Charles Devain (Patrick Muldoon of Starship Troopers and ''Melrose Place'') and his billionaire father (Brad Dourif of Halloween and ''Deadwood'') insist on using the prototype for a celebratory VIP flight from Los Angeles to New York City, a computer virus triggers a terrifying chain of events: The 747 goes off-course during a lightning storm. Their communication systems are dead. And the Pentagon wants to blast the crippled jet -- and its passengers -- out of the sky.”

Witchville—“Erik (Andrew Pleavin), warrior of Draeganoth, is sent by his dying king to retrieve Prince Malachi (Luke Goss), heir to the throne, who's been on an extended tour of the continent for years. Accompanied by Erik's brother, Jason (Ed Speleers), they return home, only to find the king dead and the kingdom desolate. A mysterious stranger appears with a book naming Witchcraft as the cause with clues as to how to defeat the evil ones. The stranger leads the new king and his men on a journey to find the Witches' hiding place, beginning a voyage packed with battle, betrayal, witchcraft and revelation.”



Armed & Dangerous

Bambi II

Bang Bang Club

Be Cool

Big Bird Cage/Big Doll House/Women in Cages

Boy in the Striped Pajamas 

Boyz in the Hood

Bridget Jones’ Diary

Brother’s Justice

Camerman: Life & Work of Jack Cardiff   @

Campbell’s Kingdom


A Crack in the World

Dinocroc vs. Supergator

Exporting Raymond

Flesh Eater

Four Weddings and a Funeral

Hannie Caulder

Honeymoon in Vegas

Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil

House of the Rising Sun (2011)

Hush (1998)

Jumping The Broom

B.B. King: Live

Matrimony (2007)

Meet Monica Velour

Megadeath: That One Night—Live in Buenos Aires

Miral (2010)

Monamour (2010)

Muppets From Space  @

The Muppets Take Manhattan   @

Nature: Bears of the Last Frontier

Nowhere to Run (1993)

Outside The Law (2010)

Peep World

Perfect Game (2008)

The Reef (2010)

Ring of Fire: IMAX (1991)

Sleepers (1996)

Something Borrowed

Spy Kids

Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams

Spy Kids 3: Game Over

Swingers  @

Tactical Force

Take Me Home Tonight


Top Gear: Season 16

Tropical Rainforest: IMAX

Trust (2010)

Two Can Play That Game

Wake Wood

Wild Cherry

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