It’s 1860 and a U.S. Marshal is escorting his prisoner, Thomas Redding, to trial for the killing of two women. They wind up in a town that no one ever knew of with ghostly occurrences. The avenging Greek Goddess Nemesis tells the Marshal that here everyone is treated equally. The Marshal kills the ghost of a man whom he killed years earlier several times and Redding becomes the victim of the spirits of the women he killed, only to be brought back by Nemesis. The Marshal uses his wits to be rid of all ghosts. Nemesis appears as a hideous human/reptilian creature about to kill the Marshal. Darlene reappears and stops Nemesis citing she was created for the retribution of humans and not her own. With that, the women disappear. In Yuma, Redding is found guilty at trial but punishment had already been served by Maxine and Darlene and Redding is released. In a flash, Redding is transported back to the Town of Justice by Nemesis and now faces revenge by all the men he killed.
Billy is a teenage outcast in search of his life's true meaning. Day by day, he slaves away at the local burger joint, only to return home to a paraplegic father, whose own dreams of happiness have faded away in an alcoholic haze. Nonetheless, Billy tries to bond with his delusional father, but cannot break through the many layers of pain and regret that surround him. Frustrated, Billy longs to escape the dead-end existence that has engulfed his father, and now appears to be closing in on him as well.
Jimmy, a young boy trying to gain acceptance from his peers, is horrified when he sees a circus trainer abusing a bear cub. One of the circus employees tells Jimmy that there is a magic cave in the hills nearby that can transport people to another time, and that maybe he can use it to help the bear. Jimmy does some exploring, finds the cave, and is amazed to find himself transported back to the early 1800's where he encounters Jeremiah, a nature-loving mountain man with a bear friend of his own. Jeremiah agrees to come to the future and help out Jimmy, but the 21st century is quite different from the 19th, and springing the bear cub will not be as easy as Jeremiah thinks. Not in any way related to the "Grizzly Adams" television series.
In a split narrative, a young man follows two paths: his father's dream of him becoming a cop, and his own dream of becoming a rapper
Olivia spreads Christmas cheer at Francine’s July beach party! Then, with her favorite doll, Matilda, missing, Olivia dreams of being a Santa who returns lost toys. Merry Christmas Olivia!
The Whagoklee village, there has been a continuous serial rape murder cases in the past decade. The police has not yet outlined any of it and villagers have left one by one, the town is almost now in ruins. The police abandoned the case and nothing was happened for two years, the town became peaceable again. Then one day, the fear swept over the town with the result an incident that two college women were raped and murdered. CHOI Kang a ghost hunter insisted that it was not by a man but by an evil spirit, as opposed to a police. Another ghost hunter Mr. SHIN that is a press man also came to the village for being after it. The evil which is only visible to CHOI Kang and Mr. SHIN committed a murder by having a string on people. Guess who the real criminal is and what's going to happen next.
Experience the warmth of the Holiday Season with a blazing fireplace and your favorite Holiday Music
The Magic Show is a one-act musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and a book by Bob Randall. It starred magician Doug Henning. Produced by Edgar Lansbury, it opened on May 28, 1974 at the Cort Theatre in Manhattan, and ran for 1,920 performances, closing on December 31, 1978. Henning was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical and director Grover Dale was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical. In 2001, a filmed performance staged especially for the cameras in 1980, directed by Norman Campbell at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Toronto, was issued on DVD by Image Entertainment. This production, originally intended for cinema release, differed notably from the original Broadway production, with several of the most memorable songs, such as "West End Avenue" and "Solid Silver Platform Shoes", removed. Doug Henning reprised his original starring role, while Didi Conn co-starred as Cal.
A magician searches for his successor to fight evil.
Clara and Fritz are in an orphanage where their presents are locked away and they face a miserable Christmas - that is until the nutcracker comes to life and liberates everyone into a land of sugar and sweets, and a land of fairytale princes and princesses.
A botched wedding proposal between two small town youngsters spirals into an epic Montreal night of chaos, confusion and destiny.
A DEFA adaptation in 70mm of Offenbach's operetta.
Is it a dream come true? Katherine and her cousin Matthew find themselves locked in a toy shop for the night! They make some very special friends, like Ruffles the clown, Henrietta the sentimental hippo, Clarence the rickety clock, Wheelie the truck, and Sarah, an adorable doll. But there is one evil jack-in-the-box, Master Jack, who wants to rule all the toys and make Katherine his queen. With a magic spell, he shrinks Katherine to the size of a doll, intending to keep her that way. The only thing that can save her is if the toys, lead by wooden soldier General Jim, can capture Jack's magic locket before sunrise! This heartwarming animated adventure is also filled with original songs.
Catherine (Anna Lise Phillips) returns to Australia after years abroad only to be confronted by her wilful mother, Katya (Anne Looby)... a ghost with attitude and a wardrobe to match.
A classic tale of the Princess Zelda, the Hero of Time, and the Dark Lord, Ganon, is retold once again as never before. Darkness has fallen over Hyrule as a young descendent of the evil Ganondorf has seized control of the kingdom. In desperation, the princess must turn to a young farm boy named Link in order to take the kingdom back and restore balance to the world. But lurking in the shadows, a dark and mysterious figure has his own agenda, and he will stop at nothing to put a rest to the ancient legend. Winner of three Film Festival Awards, this epic tale of power, wisdom, and courage will transport you to a world unlike any other.
Discover why J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings has become an icon of the 20th century culture. This movie features stunning new 3D computerized animations of Middle-Earth, a host of illustrations by the Brothers Hildebrandt, rare archive footage of the author himself and in-depth analysis by leading Tolkien scholars from around the world.
A Chinese reporter (Esther Kwan) attempts to find out the identity of a masked crime-fighter.
Edo, Japan. Calligraphists are not mere writers, they can bring drawings to life and utilize kanji. Three calligraphists from the art wielding clan join up and fight against an exiled calligraphist and his minions to protect the Tokugawa shogunate.
The HBO series "The Wire" was based on the lives of real gangsters from Baltimore. LEGENDS OF THE UNWIRED is the first film to expose those real lives, the real people that the characters of The Wire is based upon. In this DVD, the real Avon "Bodie" Barksdale, tells all to his on screen character’s actor, Wood Harris. Bodie reveals the uncensored truth about drugs, sex, violence and death.
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