Car theft. Burglary. Resisting arrest...Harry may look like the model prisoner, but underneath that cool exterior lies an angry man on the edge. An angry man who will go to any lengths to escape the maximum security prison where each day is a brutal struggle to remain human. From Ron Howard and Tony Ganz comes MAXIMUM SECURITY: A no-holds-barred look at one man's battle to come to terms with his past, present, and future in the most uncivilized surrounding imaginable. Serving four years of a seven year sentence, he must survive the lockdowns, alliances, and deathly vendettasif he is ever to taste freedom again. And, he must learn to trust the only people who really care about him-a dedicated psychologist, Dr. Allison Brody, and a handful of cons who still remember the rules of human decency. Harry has a long way to go in a word defined by four concrete wall, where the minutes and hours stretch into years, and where the rock-hard bottom line is SURVIVAL.
Bepstein is 27-year-old musician from Baltimore, MD who feels like he's 'still 14.' He sets out on a challenge to write and record a song a day for 30 days. No one is more committed than Bepstein is to doing things purely for the fun of them--playing kickball, riding roller coasters, eating pizza, playing punk rock. He'll stay awake for days (literally) just to make sure he gets to experience as much 'awesomeness' as possible. The songs form the backbone of the narrative, which tracks the darker side of his inability to grow up, his struggle to fit into a punk community, and to hold onto his friends and maximum summer.
Vacationing lovers Travis and Bobbi encounter an unexpected nightmare on a lonely country road. Two strangers kidnap Bobbi, and brutally beat Travis. Six months later, though Bobbi's family is wealthy, there's no ransom demand, and the police, even Travis's boss, Detective Wyatt, have all but given up. Only Travis, encouraged by Bobbi's best friend Debbie, keeps searching for Bobbi. Travis teams up with Debbie's brother Reb, who assembles a team to rescue Bobbi. Other than Travis and Reb, the team consists of the Professor, a computer nerd who likes to blow things up, Loch, a gun-crazy nut case, and a stuntman named Suicide. Together, they track Bobbi to an isolated ranch where blond, blue-eyed women are forced to bear children who are sold to desperate couples by a man named Frank and his boss, an icy woman with a Southern accent. Now Travis and the team must plan a way to infiltrate the ranch and rescue Bobbi and the other women.
St. Louis lawyer Rick Marshall (Steve Fletcher) is unstoppable in the pursuit of justice -- even if his own life hangs in the balance. After the cops slap the cuffs on local drug dealer Jamahl, a tough enforcer named Angel arrives to ensure that Jamahl is let loose -- and that means abducting two jury members and Rick's own girlfriend. With his beloved in harm's way, Rick must play by Angel's rules, no matter how much they flaunt the law.
Extravagantly expensive massaging mats, rejuvenating ampoules and sets of steam pots are only a few of the vast spectrum of objects sold by young salesmen at suspicious commercial presentations for old-age pensioners. Protagonists of the film are five friends fascinated by such presentations. They spend their savings on such products not out of necessity, but in the attempt to fill the emptiness in their lives. The absurdity of these purchases shows their fight against getting old and against their loneliness.
Redefine your fitness goals and take it up a notch with The FIRM® Bootcamp: Maximum Calorie Burn. Acclaimed Firm instructor Alison Davis developed this calorie-melting home weight loss program that combines bootcamp training with cardio drills. As you jump, hop, squat and lunge your way through the high-energy routines, you'll tone your body while improving your speed and agility to burn three times more fat than doing aerobics alone. If you want to go beyond the basic cardio and get results faster and sculpt muscle you may have never seen Bootcamp: Maximum Calorie Burn is the workout you've been waiting for. It's fitness at its best with bootcamp conditioning basics and plyometric "power burst" exercises. The moves are easy to follow so that anyone can do them and see immediate results.
Maximum Tolerated Dose is the first feature-length documentary by Decipher Films. Equal parts found-footage mash-up, verité investigation, and artful meditation, the film charts the lives of both humans and non-humans who have experienced animal testing first-hand, with hauntingly honest testimony of scientists and lab technicians whose ethics demanded they choose a different path, as well as the simultaneously heartwarming and heartbreaking stories of animals who have seen both sides of the cage. MTD aims to re-ignite the debate about animal testing by bringing these rarely-heard perspectives to the fore.
A woman follows her convict husband to an island prison populated by tribal gangs, in this low budget remake of Terminal Island.
Documentary - Some men are more vain than women. They spend hours in the bathroom and run to the gym, where they work on developing a "sixpack". From the biblical David to our modern David Beckham- has the ideal of male beauty really changed? This documentary attempts to discover what the new role model for men might be by asking cultural historians, ethnologists, plastic surgeons and celebrities about their attitudes to beauty and about the delusions of masculinity.
The Sprawl, a seedy underworld of exploitation, violence, and zombies. In this maze of alleyways and speakeasies life is cheap, drugs are cheaper, and surviving to a ripe old age is an urban myth. At the center of it all is Johnny Sunshine, a porn star and killer for hire. She stalks the night like a tempest of sex and violence, much to the pleasure and profit of her producer, Max, and his entertainment empire. As the body count rises, Johnny becomes a victim of her own success. In secret a plot is hatched to orchestrate her downfall, and capture it all on camera to create the greatest snuff film ever made. Written by dissolve pictures
Dolph Lundgren has put together his varied and comprehensive personal workout on home video, comprised of body sculpturing, boxing, shadow boxing, running, jumping rope, yoga, the martial arts and more. Even includes stress management - exercise for the mind.
A variety of fighting and athletic styles -- including boxing, jujitsu, muay thai, kickboxing, wrestling and pit fighting -- come together in this intense mixed marital arts contest filmed live in Houston, one of the first cities in the United States to sanction mixed marital arts events. Highlights include Marvin "the Beastman" Eastman's defense of his World Extreme Fighting light heavyweight title against European champion Antony Rea.
Winner of the Best Show category for the 2013 Chortle Awards, Tony Law's Maximum Nonsense is as good as surreal comedy gets. Law alternates between peculiar imagery and bizarre flights of fancy and the self referential as he deconstructs his own routine whilst performing it. He frequently breaks from the chaotic narrative of Maximum Nonsense to indulge in meta-comedy, pointing out uncomfortable non-sequiturs and his lack of one liners, before bringing the whole show to a close with an extended joke about his apparent inability to finish a joke.
In FILTHY McNASTIER, Phil the Demon is back to his old hijinks, this time granting the wish of a lonely gal who's lacking the voluptuous bosoms of her girlfriends. But as always, there's a price to pay for her new look...and this time, Phil has the vampire Razor McBleed along for the fun!
A film which shows the somewhat disconcerting evolution of The Who from garage band to The Greatest Rock Band in the World (rivalled only by the Stones), and on to burnt-out money-spinners.
CHARGE is proof that maniacs on motorcycles can be a force for global good. The movie follows several teams to the world's first zero-emissions grand prix on the Isle of Man – the most demanding and deadly circuit on the planet – in 2009 and on their return in 2010, 2011, and 2012. For the visionaries, it's history. For the petrol-heads it's blasphemy. What's racing without the sound and fury of internal combustion engines? CHARGE is about the future. It's about change. It's about the dream of a clean, green world. It's about the dream of winning.
Following death-metal band Six Feet Under on their 1999-2000 tour in support of their album "Maximum Violence," this video captures the boys thundering through songs such as "Beneath a Black Sky," "Torture Killer" and "Human Target." The quartet also performs "Shortcut to Hell," "Revenge of the Zombie," "Feasting on the Blood of the Insane" and more. Behind-the-scenes footage offers a glimpse into the group's life on the road.
Witness some of the most horrifying motor sports mishaps and relive the crash experience through the eyes of everyone involved. Learn what goes wrong and what the drivers experience as they crash into a fireball going over 200 mph. It's a death-defying and mind-blowing ride, so be sure to buckle your seat belts!
An extensive introduction to the practical effects insanity of Mad Max: Fury Road, the challenges faced by the production team and the cast, George Miller's vision and process, the development of everything from the storyboards to the script to the elaborate chase sequences, and much more. It would have been amazing to have a filmmaker's audio commentary or a more sprawling production documentary, but this will certainly do... at least until Warner announces the inevitable Furious Edition re-release (or whatever execs decide to call it) that we're sure to get in the near future.