Revenge 2017

Jen is enjoying a romantic getaway with her wealthy boyfriend, which is disrupted when his friends suddenly arrive. Tension mounts at the house until the situation culminates in an unexpected way.

The Business: Suburban Rebels: Live at Rio's 2004

This live-concert video captures the Business at their best -- snarling and living up to their reputation -- during one of the group's 1998 United Kingdom tour shows. All the band's signature punk anthems (including "Suburban Rebels," "Smash the Discos" and "Drinking and Driving") are featured. Genre devotees will recall that the Business was at the forefront of the Oi (aka street punk) movement that became an offshoot of traditional punk music.

Boy George's 1970s: Save Me From Suburbia 2016

British popstar Boy George recalls, revisits and assesses how the 1970s moulded the person and artist he has become. This is his musical, social and sexual coming of age, when he discovered the power of his own sexuality before setting about turning that persona into a popstar. Set against a backdrop of social discord, disenfranchisement and sexual repression, the seventies was also conversely the decade that revelled in colour and creative chaos, giving the world glam rock, disco and punk, and the young George O'Dowd was at the birth of them all.

The End Of The Line: Rochester's Subway 1995

"The End of the Line - Rochester's Subway" tells the little-known story of the rail line that operated in a former section of the Erie Canal from 1927 until its abandonment in 1956. Produced in 1994 by filmmakers Fredrick Armstrong and James P. Harte, the forty-five minute documentary recounts the tale of an American city's bumpy ride through the Twentieth Century, from the perspective of a little engine that could, but didn't. The film has since been rereleased (2005) and now contains the main feature with special portions that were added as part of the rereleased version. These include a look at the only surviving subway car from the lines and a Phantom tun through the tunnels in their abandoned state, among others, for a total of 90 minutes of unique and well preserved historical information.

Heat 1995

Obsessive master thief, Neil McCauley leads a top-notch crew on various daring heists throughout Los Angeles while determined detective, Vincent Hanna pursues him without rest. Each man recognizes and respects the ability and the dedication of the other even though they are aware their cat-and-mouse game may end in violence.

Underkastelsen 2010

Documentary in which director Stefan Jarl has a blood test performed on himself to show the "chemical burden" of trace chemicals in the blood of all people born since World War II.

Underground 1995

Black marketeers Marko and Blacky manufacture and sell weapons to the Communist resistance in WWII Belgrade, living the good life along the way. Marko's surreal duplicity propels him up the ranks of the Communist Party, and he eventually abandons Blacky and steals his girlfriend. After a lengthy stay in a below-ground shelter, the couple reemerges during the Yugoslavian Civil War of the 1990s as Marko realizes that the situation is ripe for exploitation.

Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity in American Popular Culture

Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity in American Popular Culture charts the rise and fall of fictional child pop star Junie Spoons as her life story (and the ensuing disasters) unfolds, as told by those who knew her. Set in the bubble gum pop world of Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan and told a la VH1's Behind The Music, Junie's story tops itself one scandal after another as she rockets to international stardom and then faces the aftermath of a life under scrutiny.

Submit the Documentary: The Virtual Reality of Cyberbullying 2013

The way we hurt each other has evolved. Submit the Documentary is an in-depth look into the profound, reality of cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is 24x7x365 and reaches as far as the Internet can carry it. Submit the Documentary is a film that is informative and all too telling of an epidemic confronting our children and their well-being. Submit compassionately tells the stories of children and families who are affected by the harsh reality of cyberbullying and features interviews with educators, experts and law enforcement as they tackle this worldwide issue, while offering solutions to this complicated problem.

Opening Ceremonies, New York Subway, October 27, 1904 1904

People on street outside bunting draped building. VIP's out & photographers take pictures. Park & subway entrance. Old bobby helmets on police as VIP's into subway. Pan over waving people with trolley behind and carriage. Appears to be near city hall. Pan inside sideway. People walking out including well-dressed women. Subway past camera left to right. Ceremony. Subway opening.

Panoramic View of Boston Subway from an Electric Car 1901

Persons who have visited the "Hub," no doubt carried away with vivid recollections of Boston's famous system of Underground Transportation and this film takes the audience from the bright sunshine into the dim obscurity of the subway. The Underground stations and rows of Electric Arc lamps are plainly shown and, after traversing the tunnel for a considerable distance, the car finally emerges opposite the railroad depot.

Fuku-chan's Submarine 1944

Fuku-chan was one of the most popular newspaper comic strip boy-characters in Japan at the time. The film portrays a submarine attack on an enemy cargo ship. Though this, too, was to boost patriotism, Japanese children particularly enjoyed the scenes in which the kitchen crew cooked in the submarine kitchen. Released in November of the same year, the food shortage was quite serious in Japan, and the abundant food supply in the submarine kitchen -- vegetables, fruit, fish, rice, and more which were already luxury items in Japan at the time -- was prepared into various dishes along with a merry, rhythmic song.