- 7 min
An alien couple comes to Earth and open up a pet shop in an attempt to try and eat some of Earth's children for dinner.
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Death Metal Zombies
- 82 min
Brad Masters enters a contest and wins an album by his favorite band of all time, Living Corpse. The tape has a special song called "Zombiefied", which turns Brad and his friends into zombies at a party. Luckily, Brad's girlfriend Angel misses the party and it is up to her to save her friends. She runs into Shengar (lead singer of Living Corpse and ruler of the dead world) , who attempts to stop Angel. During Angel's escape, she teams up with her friend Tommy who learns that there is only way to stop the zombies. Now, Angel and Tommy have limited time to figure out how to reverse the zombie curse and save their friends. DMZ is known for it's strangely original story. Written by Anonymous
- 87 min
An examination of the nature of art and the things we all create.
Walking Between the Raindrops
- 75 min
After spending some time together, Stanley thinks he's found the one: Sarah... the girl of his dreams.
His emotions are sent into a tailspin however when he finds out that she has boyfriend. Does he tell her his feelings and risk rejection? Or, does he quietly assume the role of being the best man for last?
Institute Benjamenta, or This Dream People Call Human Life
- 104 min
Jakob arrives at the Institute Benjamenta (run by brother and sister Johannes and Lisa Benjamenta) to learn to become a servant. With seven other men, he studies under Lisa: absurd lessons of movement, drawing circles, and servility. He asks for a better room. No other students arrive and none leave for employment. Johannes is unhappy, imperious, and detached from the school's operation. Lisa is beautiful, at first tightly controlled, then on the verge of breakdown. There's a whiff of incest. Jakob is drawn to Lisa, and perhaps she to him. As winter sets in, she becomes catatonic. Things get worse; Johannes notes that all this has happened since Jakob came. Is there any cause and effect?
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Kickboxer 5: The Redemption
- 87 min
Kickboxing champion Matt Reeves witnesses the murder of his friend Johnny. While investigating the crime, he learns that a Mr. Negaal in South Africa has founded a new kickboxing association and does not leave international champions much of a chance. Johnny had to pay with his life when he did not want to join. Neegal seems to kill everybody who is in his way especially David Sloan from the previous Kickboxer films. Matt is on his own now, but suddenly finds an unexpected ally.
- 89 min
All kinds of species live on the Hoggett farm. Each animal has a job to do, tries to do it well and knows his or her place in the world. They aim to keep their owners happy, but understandably, the pressure to avoid becoming Christmas dinner can make an animal do some pretty outlandish things. Babe's approach to barnyard life is different from all the others, and as we humans know, life can be more challenging, but all the sweeter, for the pig who marches to the tune of a different drummer.
Black Fox: The Price of Peace
- 96 min
This is the sequel, to BLACK FOX. At the end of the movie, one of the women who were captured by the Indians opted to remain rather than go back to her abusive husband. In this movie, the husband with help from an unscrupulous peddler, plans to raid the Indian camp. Britt Johnson, who established a rapport with the Indians tries to help them. But the husband who also blames Britt for his wife being with the Indians, goes after him too. Will he be able to do something? Britt asks the townsfolk for help but they don't want to. So Britt has to find a way to help the Indians, alone. Written by <[email protected]>
Something to Talk About
- 106 min
Once, Grace moved through her life almost automatically, doing charity work, being the dutiful daughter, caring for her husband and child, and assuming that everything would continue on as painlessly as life had always seemed to do. But after Grace sees her husband romancing another woman, she decides that all bets are off. She can look at her life any way she wants to. And some changes are going to be made.
Roy Cohn/Jack Smith
- 90 min
When Jill Godmilow’s documentary Roy Cohn/Jack Smith premiered at the 1994 Toronto International Film Festival, the number of AIDS-related deaths was reaching an all-time high in the United States (over 270,000). In New York City, the epicenter of the AIDS epidemic, many artists and filmmakers were grappling with the disease. While Broadway was hosting the second part of Tony Kushner’s award-winning play Angels in America, downtown New Yorkers were fondly recalling another recent production, Ron Vawter’s one-man show Roy Cohn/Jack Smith, in which the actor, who died of AIDS in April 1994, performed two monologues, first as Cohn, the conservative lawyer, and secondly, as Smith, the flamboyant experimental filmmaker—both of whom died of AIDS-related causes in the late 1980s.