A biologist signs up for a dangerous, secret expedition into a mysterious zone where the laws of nature don't apply.
A group of heroic warriors has only six days to save the planet in "Mortal Kombat Annihilation." To succeed they must survive the most spectacular series of challenges any human, or god, has ever encountered as they battle an evil warlord bent on taking control of Earth. Sequel to the film "Mortal Kombat," and based on the popular video game.
Two scientists fight to save the planet after a group of terrorists destroy a particle accelerator.
Doom: Annihilation follows a group of space marines as they respond to a distress call from a base on a Martian moon, only to discover it’s been overrun by demonic creatures who threaten to create Hell on Earth.
Jealous Rudy spoils the wedding party of Hindun by using black magic to kill both her new husband and her father. Hindun seeks help from a Santet (black magic) Queen. Due to the Santet Queen’s influence, Hindun becomes possessed and goes on a vengeance-fueled killing spree.
The two American Ninjas, Joe Armstrong and Sean Davidson, team up to do battle against a terrorist and his band of Ninjas.
By turns scathing and candid, Patton Oswalt reflects on the glut of comic material in the Trump era and the dark days following a personal tragedy.
A group of female commandos confront evil criminals Zombie-Man and Zombie-Woman.
A woman (Lynn Redgrave) who believes a dead composer is in love with her falls in love with a man (James Earl Jones) who constantly fights an imaginary man named Hank
Music video for DEDSA A richly hand-illustrated, paper cut-out animated music video that mashes '80s heavy metal album art and Hieronymus Bosch paintings into a surreal, medievalist horror-fantasy.
Director Alex Garland, Natalie Portman, and other cast and crew take viewers behind the scenes for a deeper look inside the film's stunts, intricate set design and breathtaking visual effects.
After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War, the universe is in ruins due to the efforts of the Mad Titan, Thanos. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers must assemble once more in order to undo Thanos' actions and restore order to the universe once and for all, no matter what consequences may be in store.
A documentary concert film documenting the German thrash metal band Destruction's complete live set during their appearance at the Wacken Open Air festival in 2007. The second portion of the film details the history of the band from the beginning with exclusive interviews from the band and others.
Seventy years after Auschwitz’s liberation, this documentary film collection sets out to examine a story whose roots begin before the dawn of the 20th century - a story which is still being played out today. Divided into 8 episodes, the films will travel back to the roots of the genocide. Our central question is not “Why…?” but “How were Europe’s Jews destroyed?” How was such a crime conceived, implemented and carried out, first in Germany and then across Europe. The Final Solution is inexplicable unless one takes into account the participation of all of the regime’s sectors, its entire social structure. For the destruction of Europe’s Jews was not the work of a little group of hardened criminals. An entire society took part. On their own scale, each link of the chain applied normal procedures to an exceptional situation, either mechanically or out of love for work well done, applying the jewels of ingenuity to define, classify and transport, as if – despite the language’s camouflaging intent – nothing separated the “Final Solution” from business as usual. Our goal is to thoroughly explore the causes, functioning mechanisms and ultimate consequences of this horrific event on an international level, making it relevant for today’s viewers. We are all too aware that memories dissolve over time, and that with its passing both the younger and older generations tend to push historical facts up to the attic of antiquities where Hitler, Napoleon and Christopher Columbus lay side-by-side.
Seventy years after the liberation of Auschwitz, we have not finished accounting for the destruction of Europe's Jewish population. One question remains today: not why, but how was the Shoah possible?