An Irish undertaker profits when outlaws take over a peaceful town, but his own family come under threat as the death toll increases dramatically.
A documentary about World War I with never-before-seen footage to commemorate the centennial of Armistice Day, and the end of the war.
The story about a group of youths who can't face the thought of growing up because anyone who does becomes a rampaging zombie.
In this Puppetoon animated short film (an Academy Award Best Short Subject, Cartoons nominee), a young Dutch couple find their idyllic countryside being overrun by unfeeling, unthinking mechanical men and machines that lay waste to everything in their path. In 1997 this film, deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant," was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry.
The television movie is set in the city of Dimmsdale and centers on the series' main protagonist Timmy Turner with his fairy godparents Cosmo and Wanda and his fairy godbrother Poof. In the movie, Timmy is now 23 years old but is still in fifth grade with his fairy-obsessed fifth grade teacher Mr. Crocker. Despite being grown up, Timmy finds a loophole in the fairy rulebook Da Rules: if he continues to act like a kid, he will still get to keep his fairies. However, the dilemma rises when Tootie, who was once a dorky girl when she was 10 years old, returns to Dimmsdale as an attractive woman. Timmy falls in love with her, a sign that he is growing up to an adult, which means he is closer to losing his fairies. Meanwhile, an oil business tycoon named Hugh J. Magnate, Jr., who teams up with Mr. Crocker, plans to use Timmy's fairies' magic in order to promote his oil business.
An English community gets testy when a refugee family is granted a plot of land on which to grow vegetables.
Set in a post-apocalyptic Manhattan, where even the air we breathe has a price, oxygen dealer Winston Willis faces off with a mysterious buyer who seems to know Winston's darkest secret. A secret so important it could save all of mankind.
After being dumped by his girlfriend Winnie, Andy Mott is determined to win her back -- the only problem is, he's got a LOT of growing up to do.
A family friendly LGBT short film. Connor is out to eat with his family when he sees a married gay couple. He begins to imagine their lives leading up to that point. What was it like for them to meet? To come out of the closet to parents? To have their first gay kiss? Through this daydream, Connor reflects on his own future and identity.
The coach of a freshman track team explains the intricacies of the male reproduction system, and how to use it, to his team.
Two guys start a risky new business to pay off a debt.
"When I Grow Up" is an uncharacteristically modest film from producer Sam Spiegel (during his "S. P. Eagle" years). Bobby Driscoll plays a young boy who feels neglected and misunderstood at home. Preparing to run away, Bobby chances across an old diary once kept by his grandfather (Charley Grapewin). Leafing through the yellowed pages, Bobby discovers that grandpa went through many of the same childhood travails that Bobby is enduring at that moment--and look how well gramps turned out! Armed with a renewed understanding of (and appreciation for) his elders, Bobby decides to stick around for a while and see how things develop.
Step-by-Step construction of a basic indoor grow-room that yields a 1/4 pound of Chronic Sinsemillas Marijuana every two months. Mr. Green takes out the mystery and confusion surrounding the construction and maintenance of an indoor marijuana grow room by breaking it down into basic easy-to-follow steps.
For many queer people, some of our toughest years were when we were teenagers living at home. Homophobic parents and school environments often made life unbearable. Now meet the next generation of queer youth, as they forge a path of love, with the support of their families. In the face of one of the harshest political climates, with homophobia and racism on the rise, these fearless teenagers are claiming their identities and taking the world by storm. Room to Grow is an intimate look into what it means to be an LGBTQ teen today.
A coming-of-age comedy about a teenage boy whose life is thrown into chaos when he discovers adult magazines, girls and the embarrassment that goes with both.
When Trevor needs to prove that he has other friends, he decides to purchase a Grow-a-Guy.
East Coast Grow is a dramatic comedy series about DC's marijuana industry. The series follows a group of industry professionals as they attempt to navigate DC's landscape of medical cultivation and broader legalization with well-intentioned enthusiasm, which often results in more trouble than they expect.
A found footage ﬁlm that intercuts a 1970s made-forTV melodrama about alcoholism and neglect with a cuddly instructional ﬁlm about kittens to devastating effect.