Having endured his legendary twelve labors, Hercules, the Greek demigod, has his life as a sword-for-hire tested when the King of Thrace and his daughter seek his aid in defeating a tyrannical warlord.
One Third: The manager Shuu, worker Koji and one of the patrons named Ken succeed in robbing a bank. They agree to divide the stolen money equally into 3, but they become consumed by greed and try to get more than their share.
Genesis: Together and Apart: A feature-length documentary about one of the most successful British bands in rock music, reuniting Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford and Steve Hackett to tell their story. The film recounts their extraordinary musical story, exploring the songwriting and the emotional highs and lows. It features previously unseen archive material and rare footage from across their entire career.
Swimming Upstream: The scrapbook of most teenagers shows family members and friends at a picnic, at the high school basketball game, at Disneyland. Morris Bird III's, however, paints a different picture. This happy-go-lucky, all-American kid whose only wish in life is to get laid by his cute, but hesitant girlfriend suddenly faces terminal cancer, bringing painful and difficult issues to the surface.
Siren: Leigh has lived a reclusive existence in a secluded old home on the outskirts of town for her entire adult life. You see, Leigh has excreted extremely potent pheromones.
Double Play: James Benning and Richard Linklater: In 1985, filmmaker Richard Linklater began a film screening society in Austin, Texas, that aimed to show classic art-house and experimental films to a budding community of cinephiles and filmmakers. The Austin Film Society raised enough money to fly in their first out-of-town invitee, visionary experimental filmmaker James Benning. Accepting the invitation, Benning met Linklater and immediately the two began to develop a personal and intellectual bond, which has lasted through the present.Combining filmed conversations and archival material, "Double Play" explores the connections between the work and lives of these two American visionaries.
Hitlers Hidden Drug Habit: Obviously today nobody would attempt to paint Hitler in a positive light, but during the Nazi era, he rose to power and popularity for a reason. He was portrayed to the German people as a great man, one who was in control of his own destiny and that of his country, and who was infallible - all but a super-human. Unsurprisingly, this was far from the truth. However, the facts, which this documentary gleans from his physician's diaries, are more remarkable than any fiction. It transpires that the leader was in fact a hypochondriac and a nervous wreck, who became increasingly dependent on a cocktail of drugs including powerful stimulants and depressants - uppers and downers - as well as all manner of pseudo-medicinal ?cures' for real and imagined illnesses
The Olsen Gang Runs Amok: When Egon Olsen gets out of Vridlose State Prision once again, his friends Benny and Kjeld do not want to know about his new ingenious plan: they are actually WORKING in a shop! Thus, he has to think of something else to get his hands on the money of some international gangster.
The Olsen Gang's Big Score: After his usual stay behind bars, Egon has another cunning plan involving millions. They rob over 4 million from a money transport. The gang keeps a low profile and hide the money. But it's stolen by "Kongen" and "Knægten", who immediately start living it up - in the penthouse suite at the Sheraton. The suitcase with the money changes hands several times, before Kongen's daughter takes of with all the money.
As the Palaces Burn: Documentary that follows metal fans in different countries set against Lamb of God's 2012 world tour.
Altergeist: King's Ransom Winery is one of the most haunted places in America, with a long history of bizarre suicides. Six ghost hunters have been given the rare opportunity to conduct a paranormal investigation. What they discover terrifies them.
The Walking Dead: After hapless pianist and ex-con John Elman is framed for murder, he is resurrected by a scientist after his execution.
A Warden's Ransom: The new female warden of a high-security prison faces challenges when an inmate puts up a bounty to anyone who can break him out of jail.
Elyse, a rich heiress, meets Rob, a bullied lawyer, and the two fall in love during a costume ball.
Runaway: After living in hiding for 17 years, a woman faces new danger when her daughter's drug-dealing father locates them and expects her to repay the money she stole from him years earlier.
Living in exile after the death of their father, the grown children of a murdered and usurped king converge to exact eye-for-an-eye revenge.
The Fright Night Files: Three tales that revolve around young women and supernatural vengeance.
Robin Cook's Formula for Death: Who could have deliberately released a rare and deadly African plague that is now spreading uncontrollably throughout America's largest urban areas? A lone determined doctor desperately and fearlessly searches for the truth, but she soon finds herself targeted for death as well. With time running out to save human kind, Dr. Marissa Blumenthal discovers that the strange disease may have actually been unleashed by the medical establishment itself.
Killers: The deal is simple. Buy the stolen drugs for almost nothing, sell them and make a bundle. For Ray and the others, it's the deal of their lives. For Heather, the rich girl, it's a ride on the wild side. Deep in the dark, abandoned warehouse, Speed, the dealer, counts the money. Outside, a black Mercedes pulls up...five killers step out. They want their drugs back and they don't want witnesses. Trapped in the warehouse, the horror begins.
Trevor Noah: That's Racist: Trevor Noah is back, rubbing our noses in the many faces of racism in his new one-man show, recorded live at the Lyric Theatre. This record-breaking show boasts 80 sold-out performances and promises to be his best performance yet.
Sonic Highways: Sonic Highways commemorates the Foo Fighters 20th anniversary by documenting the eight-city recording odyssey that produced their latest, and eighth, studio album.
Mr Murder: A group of scientists are trying to produce the perfect soldier by cloning. The day the clone is born, Marty Stillwater, a mystery novel writer, feels that something strange is going on inside his body and mind. Seven years later, Marty discovers that his double has his same physical appearance but has the personality of a murderer.
Kingdom Come: A group of strangers wake up in an abandoned hospital to find themselves stalked by a supernatural force with sinister intentions.
A famous mystery writer sets out for revenge after a brutal attack.