Lay That Rifle Down 1957

Director Charles Lamont's 1955 comedy, about a girl from the sticks doing drudge work at a hotel and dreaming of a better life, stars Judy Canova, Robert Lowery, Jacqueline de Wit, Richard Deacon, Robert Burton, James Bell, Marjorie Bennett, Leon Tyler, William Fawcett and Mimi Gibson.

Woodstock 94 1995

The "sequel" to the first Woodstock concert, during its 25th anniversery, featuring performances from bands like Green Day, Metallica, Cypress Hill, Blind Melon, Aerosmith, Nine Inch Nails, Rollins Band, Collective Soul, Blues Traveller and The Red Hot Chili Peppers, among others.

Cypress Hill - Still Smokin' 2001

Still Smokin' is a comprehensive collection of promos from Hip-Hop's "vatos locos", Cypress Hill, spanning the whole of their 10-year, seven-album career. Following a brace of songs recorded live at San Francisco's Fillmore Theatre, this selection settles into a tried and tested promo formula for half of its running time, using ghetto-real grainy footage of the moody trio stalking inner city streets. "When the Ship goes Down" branches out into conceptual territory with a three-minute epic concerning internecine gang warfare that breaks up the band's performance. On "Dr Greenthumb" they play on their Furry Freak Brothers of rap stereotype in the setting of a green-fingered General Hospital. "(Rock) Superstar" sees a Cypress fan winning a Willy Wonka-style ride through their Hall of Mirrors, where he is transformed into a bona fide, gold lame-wearing rock star. Set in a derelict warehouse, the hardcore romp of "Can't Get the Best of Me" is reminiscent of Fight Club's basement brawls.

Trailing Double Trouble 1940

When Moreland's henchman attack Bob Horner the Range Busters break it up. Horner dies but they get the baby Moreland was after. He must have it to become it's guardian and take control of the Horner ranch. When the henchmen catch up with Alibi, they take the baby cradle not realizing Alibi has substituted his dummy Elmer. Crash having evidence Moreland is the one they want, now has a plan to expose him.

Take Me Back to Oklahoma 1940

Storm is out to wreck Ace's stage line. When Tex arrives to help Ace, Storm brings in hired killer Mule Bates. But Tex and Bates know each other and the two devise a plan to fool Storm.

Stratovarius: Infinite Visions 2001

Stratovarius Infinite Visions review This is a 120 minute DVD by top Death-metal band Stratovarius, featuring live performance footage, every official promotional music video ever shot, up close and personal backstage footage, never-before-seen documentation of recording sessions and much more. Stratovarius Infinite Visions DVD Stratovarius are the continental kings of melodic heavy metal music. Stratovarius Infinite Visions movie One of Europe's most loved metal acts, the group finally arrives in America with this music video. Stratovarius Infinite Visions video A compilation which truly illustrates the first decade of their career, INFINITE VISIONS contains two hours worth of live performances, behind-the-scenes and backstage footage, plus all of their promotional videos. Stratovarius Infinite Visions film In total, the video serves as either a wonderful introduction or affirmation of fandom.

Man from Music Mountain 1938

Scanlon is pulling off a land swindle by selling lots in a ghost town claiming the power company is bringing in a line. As a bonus he throws in shares in a worthless gold mine. Gene is on to Scanlon and tries to get him to buy back the deeds by salting the mine with gold. But when a new vein is really discovered Gene has to stop the sales but is trapped in the mine by Scanlon's men.

Crowded House: Dreaming - The Videos 2002

Includes all twenty-one of their music videos from 1986 to 1996, except for "Instinct" from their greatest hits album Recurring Dream. In 1987, New Zealand television show Catch 22 interviewed Crowded House while on tour. This interview, at 26 minutes long, is featured with live footage and scenes from all of the music videos up until that point edited throughout the interview.

Jerry Lee Lewis: The Story of Rock and Roll 1991

Although he only had three Top 10 hits, Jerry Lee Lewis is considered one of the most influential artists of the early days of rock 'n' roll. Experience the talent and energy of this rock pioneer with this mix of 1969 concert footage and clips of his frenzied, acrobatic performances from the 1950s. Headlines and footage tell of Lewis's rise to fame and subsequent plummet into scandal (with his marriage to his 13-year-old cousin).

Newsboys: Shine: The Hits Live

Christian rockers the Newsboys (Jeff Frankenstein, Peter Furler, Duncan Phillips, Phil Joel and Jody Davis) deliver "Entertaining Angels," "Shine" and other hits in this rousing concert filmed in Hershey, Pa., during the band's 1998 "Step Up to the Microphone" tour. Other selections include "Take Me to Your Leader," "Spirit Thing" and "Everybody Gets a Shot." Spectacular special effects and messages of faith punctuate the group's performance.

Sweet of Dreams 1994

Deni, a young woman working in McDonalds, has dreams of fame. When a producer discovers her singing talent he gets her into the game. However, she soon feels overburdened. Fortunately, the ghost of Elvis is there to help her.

The Return of Rubén Blades 1985

Robert Mugge's 1986 film provides a full-blooded portrait of the Latino singer, actor, bandleader, and composer. Blades' Panama homeland, his Harvard Master's degree, and a New York performance with his band Seis de Solar all serve as stops on this biographical journey.

La La La Human Sex Duo No. 1 1987

Original music by David Van Tieghan punctuates the breathtaking movement of the dancers as they draw us into the dialogue that can only be described as La La La Human Sex. Bernar Hebert has directed this beautifully crafted document.

Purcell: Sacred Music

Honoring the legacy of renowned 17th-century English Baroque composer Henry Purcell, the talented Choir of Clare College performs a selection of his sacred music, including "Te Deum," "Jubilate," "Anthems" and "Funeral Music for Queen Mary." Recorded at the beautiful Jesus College Chapel in Cambridge and directed by Timothy Brown, this live performance features the work of several brilliant soloists.