Kat arrives in Los Angeles to audition for movies. However, after meeting a sleazy producer, she and her new friend find themselves in a women's prison run by sadistic guards and a lesbian warden.
At a hidden prison camp deep in the jungles of South East Asia, some devious Vietnamese commies are kidnapping beautiful women and brainwashing them into becoming subliminally-activated suicide bombers to further their evil aims abroad. Help isn't going to be coming anytime soon, so the all-female inmates must engineer their own escape any which way they can...
Big cats are killing people... after being trained by a twisted lion tamer.
Fist of Fury is a 1995 Hong Kong television series adapted from the 1972 film of the same title. Produced by ATV and STAR TV, the series starred Donnie Yen as Chen Zhen, a role previously played by Bruce Lee in Fist of Fury and Jet Li in Fist of Legend. The series is also related to the 2010 film Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen, in which Yen reprises his role. This series was edited into a 225 minute movie titled Sworn Revenge for the US market in 2002.
Fury is an American western television series that aired on NBC from 1955 to1960. It stars Peter Graves as Jim Newton, who operates the Broken Wheel Ranch in California; Bobby Diamond as Jim's adopted son, Joey Clark Newton, and William Fawcett as ranch hand Pete Wilkey. Roger Mobley co-starred in the two final seasons as Homer "Packy" Lambert, a friend of Joey's. The frequent introduction to the show depicts the beloved stallion running inside the corral and approaching the camera as the announcer reads: "FURY!..The story of a horse..and a boy who loves him." Fury is the first American series produced originally by Television Programs of America and later by the British-based company ITC Entertainment.
Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle is an anime TV Special based on the Neo Geo SNK video game, Fatal Fury 2, and is a sequel to the previous TV movie, Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf. The movie was directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi and once again features character designs by Masami Ōbari. An English adaptation produced by Viz Communications was released on home video in 1994.
Street Fury was a TV show on G4 that showcased women and cars. It was hosted by Carlton "Big C" Lewis. Along with Formula D and Fastlane, the show aired Sunday nights, as part of the "G4 Sunday Nights" block. It was at one time the main show for a G4 block called "The Whip Set", but the block name was dropped in late 2005. The show is often criticized for focusing more on scantily-clad models and for portraying negative stereotypes of the African American and Latino communities. The show was produced by G4 Media, and is loosely based on the Tokyopop version of Street Fury.
Jungle Fever 2: Primal Fury is a sequel to an award winning 48HOURS Film, set in a world cohabited by humans and puppets. JF2 centers around a secret agent, monkey puppet named D.K. Bond. The story picks up where the first 'Jungle Fever' ended. D.K. Bond's archenemy, Bruce Torquemada, has kidnapped D.K.'s love interest, Bodil de Rezney, and is using her as bait to trap and destroy his furry nemesis. After successfully placing a wedge between D.K. and his girlfriend, D.K. retreats from secret agent life. Eventually, he is sought out by Torquemada to assassinate Mario Andupme, a rival who has usurped him in a political coup. In exchange, he will cure D.K.'s banana addition and give him information on the location of his former love, Bodil. With the help of Torquemada's sexy assistant Ivana, D.K. takes up the offer in the hopes of restoring his former relationship with Bodil and freeing his fellow puppets from a sadistic, puppet-hating, Apartheid government. It is currently being shown on Juice TV in New Zealand, 6 days a week.
The untitled project is described as a surreal dark comedy that follows Greg, a 20-something sarcastic gay black man navigating adulthood and responsibility in New York City while struggling to wrap his head around his undiagnosed clinical depression.
The Revenge Files of Alistair Fury is the name of a series of children's books, written by Jamie Rix, and that of the TV series based on them. The book series was originally entitled The War Diaries of Alistair Fury, but new releases of the books have been renamed to The Revenge Files in order to match the TV series' title.
It was the war that divided our nation, a brutal and savage feud that changed America forever. Pitting brother against brother, the Civil War was our country's greatest internal struggle, as friends became foes in a conflict that brought a country to its knees then ultimately reunited it. Now, American Heroes Channel (AHC) transports viewers back to that pivotal era in the exclusive new series, Blood and Fury: America's Civil War. Premiering Wednesday, December 14 at 10/9c, the series chronicles the definitive story of one of the most extraordinary and bloodiest chapters in American history. "At AHC, our programming is anchored by real stories of conflict, action and heroism, none of which defined our nation more than the Civil War," said Kevin Bennett, executive vice president and general manager, American Heroes Channel. "With a high-end, cinematic experience, Blood and Fury: America's