This 2001 J-Horror effort from director Naoyuki Tomomatsu is set in a future dystopia where teenaged girls begin dying for no apparent reason -- and often in an elated, chronically happy state of mind. One of these girls, Stacy, is back from the dead, however, and she's ready to gorge herself on human flesh. As more and more teenage-girl zombies begin to feast on the living, the people of Japan brace themselves and try to find a way to end the madness.
When Claire Owen was 14, they put her on television.
An exploration of online fetishism as a larger analogy for the Eurocentric gaze in pornography. Other themes include self-degradation, control, and performative roles for a camera. Functioning as a moving digital collage of appropriated materials, the Stacy's present themselves to the viewer as both Aggressor and Sacrifice.
Everyone has a talent, and dreams do come true. Stacy Lancaster has an incredible knack for Blackjack. Once she joins up with daring Will Bonner the two young gamblers are on a non-stop roll. Soon the casino wants to even the odds. How long can their winning streak last?
A comedy about four adolescent buddies whose raging hormones zero in on their friends mom.
Brewster delivers some feed to the Safari Park unaware he has a monkey on board! Meanwhile back at the depot, someone-or something is causing mayhem! And join Wilson’s wacky tour when the children from Chuggington School come to visit the Safari Park. Koko has her first big solo delivery job but sets off at a great speed nearly ploughing into a family of squirrels and spilling her load! While Wilson is determined to get his animal badge by taking Ebo the elephant to his new home in the Safari Park but the naughty elephant has other ideas! A storm has left the Safari Park in a bit of chaos and some animals have escaped! Does the mighty roar from a tunnel mean there really is a dragon on the loose? Plus Zephie is very excited to be taking the vet along to give the animals their checkups.
They're trainees! They're making tracks! Wheels to the rails! Clackety-clack! Honk your horns for the new worldwide hit television series about eager young engines Wilson, Brewster and Koko as they learn to become working trains in the land of Chuggington. In these six popular episodes, the trainees find fun and excitement as they get lost in a deserted town, handle an important responsibility in the safari park, and discover that the repair shed isn't such a scary place after all. There's plenty of action and laughs along the way with lessons about overcoming fear, responsibility and problem solving, all while discovering social-readiness values like friendship, teamwork, courtesy and more. As the trains, and your own little chuggers, practice their skills and complete daily tasks, they learn to ride the rails of life!
For a brief window of time, a record store called Revolutions Per Minute was open from the summer of 1992 to the beginning of 1998, that specialized in rock and punk music on independent labels. This story was renamed to Lucy's Record Shop. This documentary takes a look at the story as it was operating, and looks at it's inevitable downfall.
A docu-series portraying LGBT immigrants and asylum seekers in Los Angeles. Each doc is a separate film and tells a unique story: Stacy, from El Salvador, at the midnight beauty pageant in Hollywood, Elaheh, from Iran, at the bodybuilding competition, and Brandon, from China, alone at the Library where he studies to pass the California bar exam.
Fashionably Late with Stacy London is an American late-night talk and variety show on TLC hosted by Stacy London. As of February 8, 2008, the show no longer appears on TLC's TV show schedule. The show aired weekly on Friday night at 10 pm EST. The show was filmed before a live studio audience and features a wide range of topics such as fashion, relationships, entertainment, celebrity gossip and fashion makeovers. Celebrity guests were also brought on the show to discuss current fashion trends.
Chuggington is a British computer-animated television series for children produced by Ludorum plc and on the BBC children's channel CBeebies in the UK and Disney Channel and Disney Junior in the US and other 175 territories throughout the world.