2007 March Movies

Genghis Khan: To The Ends Of The Earth And Sea

Genghis Khan: To The Ends Of The Earth And Sea

    • R
    • 136 min
    • Action

    A look at Genghis Khan's life, from his birth to conquests in Asia.

    Ghosts of Goldfield

    Ghosts of Goldfield

      • R
      • 90 min
      • Horror

      A group of five led by Julie set up their filming equipment in the hotel of the derelict town of Goldfield, hoping to capture footage of the ghost of Elisabeth Walker, a maid tortured and killed in room 109. Troubled by visions, Julie discovers that a necklace, handed down to her from her grandmother, is somehow connecting her to this tragedy. Written by Anonymous

      Girl Missing

        • Unrated
        • 85 min
        • Thriller

        Fantasy and reality ultimately collide for a man haunted by his younger sister's death. Although Jack Penniman's sister Lucy died in a boating mishap more than a decade ago, the event continues to consume him as an adult. While helping New York City police search for another little girl, Jack soon begins to see a young girl beside him wherever he goes. Written by Anonymous

        Glue

        Glue

          • 110 min
          • Drama

          A teenage summer in a small town in the desert, a dysfunctional family, a rock band, a can full of glue, two boys, one girl, loads of tongue kisses, dry heat, wind in Patagonia, existential angst... A teenage story in the middle of nowhere.

          Goodbye Baby

          Goodbye Baby

            • 87 min
            • Drama

            An ambitious young woman who can't afford to pay for college throws caution to the wind by moving to New York City and attempting to break into the toughest stand-up comedy circuit in the country.

            Greensboro: Closer to the Truth

              • Unrated
              • 83 min
              • Documentary

              Hell Hath No Fury

                • Unrated
                • 113 min
                • Horror

                HELL HATH NO FURY is the new film from Creepy Six Films (Vampires vs. Zombies; Human Nature) - A horror anthology that's a balls-out bloody and erotic mix of stories in the style of horror anthologies like The Hot Blood Series and Tales form the Crypt. Spiced with liberal -and very gory- doses of wicked inspiration from classic revenge films like Ms. 45, I Spit on Your Grave, Irreversible, and Last House on the Left, Creepy Six Films' Hell Hath No Fury is a funny, sexy, gory, disturbing and exciting ride into an insanely twisted world where the women scorned exact their vengeance like never before. Written by Brain Damage Films

                Hellboy Animated: Blood and Iron

                Hellboy Animated: Blood and Iron

                  • Unrated
                  • 75 min
                  • Animation

                  In 1939, young Professor Bruttenholm destroyed Erzsebet Ondrushko, a female vampire who bathed in the blood of innocents to stay young. Now someone in upstate New York is trying to bring her back, and the elderly Professor Broom has decided to investigate it himself. He takes the top BPRD agents, Hellboy, Liz Sherman and Abe Sapien, who are more worried about his welfare than the return of any vampire. Their tune changes when they face a horde of ghosts, a phantom wolf pack, witches, harpies, a giant werewolf and Erzsebet herself. Hellboy ends up battling the Queen of Witches, the goddess Hecate, who wants him to embrace his true destiny, a destiny that includes the destruction of mankind. Written by IDT

                  Imagine the Sound

                  Imagine the Sound

                    • Unrated
                    • 91 min
                    • Documentary

                    An examination, shown through both interviews and performances, of the avant-garde free jazz movement which reigned during the 1960s.

                    IMAX - The Alps

                    IMAX - The Alps

                    • 100%
                    • Unrated
                    • 45 min
                    • Documentary

                    In 1966, John Harlin II died while attempting Europe's most difficult climb, the North Face of the Eiger in Switzerland. 40 years later, his son John Harlin III, an expert mountaineer and the editor of the American Alpine Journal, returns to attempt the same climb. Written by Murray Chapman