Someone's Watching Me!(1978)
A woman is slowly stalked to the brink of madness by a man watching her from the opposite tower block. Her attempts to get the police to take her seriously leaves her with no option but to track him down herself.
Young woman wants to become the next big singer with the help of her friends and despite the wishes of her working class family.
That's Entertainment, Part II(1976)
That's Entertainment, Part II is a 1976 motion picture by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and a sequel to the 1974 documentary That's Entertainment!. Like the previous film, That's Entertainment, Part II was a retrospective of famous films released by MGM from the 1930s to the 1950s. (Some posters for the film...
The Evil That Men Do(1984)
It's the age of Aquarius in the film version of the Broadway smash. Fresh from the farm, Claude Bukowski arrives in New York City in be inducted into the Army, only to be sidetracked by a group of hippies and their "happening" in Central Park and finds himself falling in love with a daffy debutante...
The Last Prom(1980)
Driver's education film depicting the dangers of drinking and driving, and teenage alcohol use. The movie was frequently shown during the spring of the year, as such milestone events as prom and graduation were upcoming in many students' lives. The underscoring idea was, of course, to encourage stud...
The Hoober-Bloob Highway(2012)
This Dr. Seuss cartoon tells how babies come from. If the baby wants to be a human he is sent down the highway.
Emotionally and sexually troubled New Orleans police officer Wes Block (Clint Eastwood) is assigned to investigate a series of kinky murders. He has to face not only a killer, but also his own sexual demons.
The Compleat Al(1985)
Made for video semi-biographical mockumentary chronicling "Weird Al" Yankovic's rise to super-stardom featuring tongue-in-cheek interviews, music videos, concert footage, and clips from Al TV.
Time After Time(1979)
The Wildest Chase Of The Century! London 1893 is home to a killer with a macabre nickname... and also to a visionary genius who would write The Time Machine. But what if H.G. Wells' invention wasn't fiction? And what if Jack the Ripper escaped capture fleeing his own time to take refuge in ours...