Beneath the fake blood and cheap masks of countless haunted house attractions across the country, there are whispers of truly terrifying alternatives. Looking to find an authentic, blood-curdling good fright for Halloween, five friends set off on a road trip in an RV to track down these underground Haunts. Just when their search seems to reach a dead end, strange and disturbing things start happening and it becomes clear that the Haunt has come to them…
A depiction of a serial killer's 12 years' worth of murders and how it shaped his prime intelligence.
Recovering from the trauma of being kidnapped last Halloween by the Blue Skeleton - a group who take "extreme haunt" to another level - five friends decide they must face their fears in order to move on. Heading back out on the road to visit more haunted house attractions, signs of the Blue Skeleton start appearing again and a new terror begins.
The founder of The Hundreds sets out to define and document one of the most elusive fashion phenomena of our times: streetwear.
Complications ensue when street-smart, cash-rich Jack fulfills his fantasy of housing his extended family in a single Bronx apartment complex.
This American Masters episode showcases the wonderful influence of Ahmet Ertegun, the founder of Atlantic Records. Since the label's founding in 1947, some of the most popular Rhythm and Blues and Rock 'n' Roll artists have worked for Atlantic. Among them: first artist Ruth Brown, Big Joe Turner, Ray Charles, Bobby Darin, The Coasters, Aretha Franklin, The Rolling Stones, Phil Collins and many more. Also covered are many of the Atlantic crew like engineer Tom Dowd, producer Jerry Wexler, and songwriters Mike Lieber and Jerry Stoller.
In this spoof of "The Jack Benny Program", a mouse with Jack Benny's personality and poor violin playing ability lives, along with a mouse version of Benny's valet, Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson, in a hole in a wall of Jack Benny's own home. Jack the rodent takes a mouse version of 'Mary Livingstone (I)' out to dinner, and the two unwittingly walk right into the disguised mouth of an orange cat!
An immaculate, vivid and breathtaking implementation of Swift's romanticism.
In this 4th of July special, politicians, celebrities and young people lend their voices to a reading of the Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Every October, over 30 million people will visit Halloween Haunted Houses. This film sheds light on the dark world of haunting.
Frank Lloyd Wright is America's greatest ever architect. But few people know about the Welsh roots that shaped his life and world-famous buildings. Now, leading Welsh architect Jonathan Adams sets off across America to explore Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpieces for himself. Along the way, he uncovers the tempestuous life story of the man behind them, and the secrets of his radical Welsh background.
An exploration of the past and future of the steel industry in America.
In 1943, top scientist from around the country receive a mysterious and classified letter, it says "Go to 109 East Palace Avenue, Sante Fe, New Mexico. There you will find out how to complete your trip." Upon arriving they are transported to a lonely mesa, this will be their home for the next two years. Here amongst the sand and rock, cactus and weeds, barracks and shacks, in this primitive place they would change everything, invent new science, win a world war and bring everyone closer to extinction.
This animated documentary outlines the history and importance of corn in North America.
The House That Shadows Built (1931) is a short feature film, roughly 55 minutes long, from Paramount Pictures, made to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the studio's founding in 1912. The film was a promotional film for exhibitors and never had a regular theatrical release. The film includes a brief history of Paramount, interviews with various actors, and clips from upcoming projects (some of which never came to fruition). The title comes from a biography of Paramount founder Adolph Zukor, The House That Shadows Built (1928), by William Henry Irwin.
Using the male dominated backdrop of Baseball, Green explores her sexuality and conflicted passion for the sport.
Story about the cow with the crumpled horn that tossed the dog that worried the cat that killed the rat that ate the malt that lay in the house that Jack built.
What is that thing Jack is building in his cellar? How could such a device be used? Perhaps it has something to do with that creature out in the woods...
Oscar nominated short cartoon from 1968
Firearm heiress Sarah Winchester is convinced that she is haunted by the souls killed at the hands of the Winchester repeating rifle. After the sudden deaths of her husband and child, she throws herself into the construction of an enormous mansion designed to keep the evil spirits at bay. But when a skeptical San Francisco psychiatrist is dispatched to the estate to evaluate her state of mind, he discovers that her obsession may not be so insane after all.
Influential builders, dreamers and believers whose feats transformed the United States, a nation decaying from the inside after the Civil War, into the greatest economic and technological superpower the world had ever seen. The Men Who Built America is the story of a nation at the crossroads and of the people who catapulted it to prosperity.
How Booze Built America is an American reality-documentary Miniseries starring Mike Rowe. The miniseries premiered on the Discovery Channel on September 19, 2012. In each episode, Rowe travels around the United States discussing how alcoholic beverages affected periods throughout American history.
A look at the lives of iconic pioneers such as Daniel Boone, Lewis and Clark, Tecumseh, Davy Crocket and Andrew Jackson as they traveled across America.
Built is an American reality television series on the Style Network that premiered on January 28, 2013. Built follows a Manhattan-based home decor and construction company that is staffed with all male models who also have experience as being handymen.
Built to Last is an American sitcom that aired on NBC on Wednesday from September 24, 1997, to October 15, 1997.
The Boats that Built Britain is a British award winning documentary television series directed by Lawrence Walford and produced by Form Films for the BBC. Presented by sailor and writer Tom Cunliffe, it covers various significant ships in the maritime history of Britain. The show was broadcast in 6 episodes, first broadcast on BBC Four from 4 May 2010, before starting on BBC Two from 15 May 2010. The show was produced in conjunction with an exhibition at the National Maritime Museum.
Robson Green has moved back home to the north and immerses himself in telling the incredible story of how industry has shaped both a place and its people. This two-part series celebrates the rugged northern landscape and how the sheer hard work of the people in the north contributed to the industrial revolution which changed the face of the world.
Built for the Kill is a nature series made by Granada Wild for the National Geographic Channel. It was made from 2001–2004, with a total of 31 episodes. Each episode runs for approximately 48 minutes including the credits and opening titles. Episodes of Built For The Kill cover a topic or habitat for predatory animals, such as "Coral Reef" or "Packs". If the episode is the name of a Habitat, the episode will feature predators from that environment. If the episode's name is something like "Jaws" or "Packs", it will feature predators who utilize the name of the episode. Built For The Kill uses a graphical approach to catch the audiences attention, often showing inner workings of the predatory animals by using diagrams. Some effects seen are used to show the audience what they can't really see, but is there. This graphical approach to a nature documentary makes Built for the Kill very interesting to watch. Built for the Kill's classic opening was a montage of creatures featured in the first 7 episodes with a catchy theme song. This opening was changed further into the series to one that shows the National Geographic logo in various parts. The theme song stayed the same however.
How We Built Britain was a series of six television documentaries produced by the BBC in 2007 and repeated in 2008. The series was written and presented by broadcaster David Dimbleby. In the series Dimbleby visited some of Britain's great historic buildings and examined their impact on Britain's architectural and social history. The series was a follow-up to Dimbleby's 2005 BBC One series, A Picture of Britain, which celebrated British and Irish paintings, poetry, music, and landscapes.
Built To Shred is a sports show featuring top skateboarders and alternative-sport shredders.
Built from Skratch is a hip-hop lifestyle show on MYX TV. The show features in-depth interviews with todays top indie and major label acts, including MCs, DJs, and producers. You'll find feature stories on hip-hop clothing and fashion and look at the world thru the eyes of the graffiti artists and break dancers.