A teenage orphan (Mae Marsh) is taken in by a childless couple and quickly falls for the boy next door (Robert Harron). Director Lloyd Ingraham's 1916 silent film also stars Wilbur Higby, Loyola O'Connor and Anna Hernandez.
11-year-old Luanne Carver needs to get to the bottom of a mystery: did her bluesman grandfather, Leroy Terrell, really make a deal with the Devil to become a musician and is she the victim of a curse ? Luanne embarks on an initiating journey into the heart of music…
Slapstick comedy of the rube farmer type, featuring a country blacksmith, a lazy farmhand and a city family visiting the country in their automobile. The new farmhand has all sorts of troubles with his employer, but finally proves himself a hero (?) and wins the farmer’s daughter.
Tells the story, through surrealist and oniric images, of an alien invasion that feeds on spanish children.
A greedy party girl is so determined to get what she wants that she employs the dangerous magic of a Gullah root doctor.
After winning an all-expenses-paid Mardis Gras vacation in New Orleans, a tight-knit group of college friends prepare for the time of their lives. But boobs, beads and debauchery get pushed to the back burner when murder bubbles up to the surface. A local tourist trap hawking voodoo trinkets seems to be the source of all the trouble, but no one's sure who's pulling the strings when it comes to orchestrating the killings.
The documentary explores how African-based spirituality has informed Americas popular culture. The old African gods have taken on new forms since their arrival on North America's shores. Their spirit now manifests in turntable wizardry, improvisational skills and mind-blowing collages, performances and rituals. The film shakes up traditional and stereotypical ways of thinking about race, religion, rationality. Through meetings with musicians, writers and artists, healers, gumbo cooks and Mississippi Blues men, the documentary draws a picture of a culture which has always drawn on a unique mix of different ethnic influences to produce its cultural diversity, allure, and vitality
This two-disc set devoted to the Australian pop band Hoodoo Gurus is a corker of a show! Featuring all of the group's music videos, a concert performance, and a feature-length documentary tracing the band's evolution from their beginnings in Sydney to gigs around the world, the program also includes revealing interviews with band members. Go ahead, give it a burl! 180 min. total. Soundtrack: English.
DVD1 (81:47) Intro; Not Fade Away; Tumbling Dice; You Got Me Rocking; Rocks Off;Sparks Will Fly; Live With Me (W/ Sheryl Crow); Satisfaction; Beast Of Burden; Angie; Dead Flowers; Sweet Virginia (W/ Woopie Goldberg); Do Do Do Heartbreaker; It’s All Over Now; Stop Breaking Down Blues (W/ Robert Cray); Who Do You Love (W/ Bo Diddley); I Go Wild DVD2 (99:00): Miss You; Band Intros; Honky Tonk Women; Before They Make Me Run; The Worst; Sympathy For The Devil; Monkey Man; Street Fighting Man; Start Me Up; Brown Sugar; Jumpin Jack Flash (W/ Woopie Goldberg); Bonus: Mick Taylor Live 1996 Can’t You Hear Me Knockin