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  • Not for Rent!

    Directed by Matt Duhamel, an ex-inmate himself, the film opens eyes to the millions of people who live with a felony record in America while combating housing restrictions.

  • Lowrider: Lows, Hoes & Rap Shows

    This movie features the hottest lowriders from California, the hottest California girls and the hottest rap stars from California. Also features bikini contests, hot legs contests, and lowrider car shows. Hot girls, kings of rap and the craziest cars out there.

  • Wall Writers

    Narrated by John Waters, Wall Writers is a documentary about graffiti in its innocence. Through unprecedented access to TAKI183, CORNBREAD, and other legendary writers, Wall Writers features photographs and archival footage from the late 1960s and early 1970s, a time when underprivileged city kid...

  • Samurai: The Last Warrior

    International Samurai expert, Dr. Stephen Turnbull, provides historical insights into these legendary warriors in this documentary program described as "powerful and intriguing" by the Los Angeles Times.

  • Sam Kinison: Why Did We Laugh?

    An examination of the career of the late comedian Sam Kinison.

  • VIPCO: The Untold Story

    A documentary looking at the story of the much loved UK film on distributor VIPCO told by the rarely seen founder Michael Lee.

  • The Thick Brown Line

    Watch "When Reshoots Go Wrong", behind the scenes of the making of "Tales From The Crapper" the movie that almost ruined Troma!

  • The Human Garbage of North Hollywood

    Located in the heart of the not-so-beautiful San Fernando Valley,
    a homeless, drug infested band of misfits await their fate from
    the property's slumlord as they squat in a local apartment complex.

  • VHS Massacre TOO

    The last stand of the American exploitation film. In a post video store era, media consolidation has led to the censorship and near death of the independent and exploitation film industry. Joe Bob Briggs (Last Drive-in), Debbie Rochon (Toxic Avenger IV), Lloyd Kaufman and James Rolfe (Angry Video...

  • Pine State Phantoms

    Sabattus is an old town and like any old town it has its history of inhabitants, tragedy, and conflict. There's a house in Sabattus, though, unlike any other. The owner reports that the property experiences strange sightings. Shadowy figures, strange balls of light, and the sounds of being follow...

  • All Hail the Popcorn King

    "Hallowed be thy name, oh Lord, and shotgun do your stuff," wrote Joe R. Lansdale in one of his more than 50 novels, 500 short stories, and countless comic books and screenplays. While a prolific storyteller, Lansdale is no ordinary writer. The Texas native has inspired a generation of suspense w...

  • VHS Massacre

    Directors: Kenneth Powell, Thomas Edward Seymour

    This lively documentary explores the rise and fall of physical media and its effect on Independent and cult films. Ranging from the origin of home movies through the video store era, it's sure to entertain. With icons like Joe Bob Briggs (MonsterV...

  • Blood, Boobs and Beast

    BLOOD, BOOBS & BEAST tells the compelling story of Don Dohler (1946-2006), whose movies have been called everything from ‘oddly brilliant’ to some of the ‘worst films’ of all time. Despite his critics, Dohler managed to get international distribution for all 9 of his sci-fi and horror films, as w...

  • Different Love

    Max Devereaux & Suko Pyramid documentary about the making of their first three albums together as a duo and the story of their inspiring, international collaboration.

  • A Nau dos Loucos - Mergulho e Decolagem de Pazucus

    With free eyes, an open heart, good friends and a handful of luck, Gurcius Gewdner revisits some of his adventures of the past five years, survives the relentless Russian winter and asks the following question: How far can an underground Brazilian film go?

  • Anything Boys Can Do...

    With the upsurge of women involvement in the scene, female musicians are all too often regarded as novelty acts, regularly shrugged off as militant feminists or cutely entertaining. Overwhelmed by the number of male bands, female bands of the scene are lumped together in one category, "girl group...

  • Everything is A-OK: A Dallas, TX Punk Documentary

    An entertaining documentary about the Dallas punk scene from late 70's to early 2000's.

  • Reed Unbound: The Joel M Reed Story

    Independent Filmmakers Jerry Landi and Adrian Esposito explore the life and films of filmmaker Joel M Reed who gained a cult following with his film Bloodsucking Freaks.

  • Eyes from the Pines

    "Eyes from the Pines: The Pine Ape Project" follows filmmaker Nathaniel Brislin and a group of fellow researchers on their expedition to a cabin deep in the woods of central Maine where sasquatch activity has been reported.

  • Last Day For Videos

    A short documentary capturing the experiences and feelings of staff at a Family Video rental store in Kalamazoo, Michigan on their last day of operation following the steady rise of streaming services and the final blow dealt by the pandemic.

  • Telephone Dieting

    Food fads change, humans do not. Rumors, urban myth, and word of mouth has dictated the state of how we view nutrition for thousands of years. This documentary shows the growing philosophical movement by chefs, dietitians, and food journalists from figuring out "what is healthy?" to asking "why a...

  • MacLeod: There Can Be Only One

    Kevin MacLeod is a film composer who has created over two-thousand songs and offered them free to the world. As a result, people use his music in their web content and he has been heard more than the most contemporary pop singers, yet almost no one knows who he is. How can one of the most listene...

  • Fairtown

    This isn't about the Iowa State Fair... this is about where you park your car.

  • Somewhere Between New York And LA

    Since he was 18 years old, Blake Eckard has written and directed six feature length films in his hometown of Stanberry, Missouri (population 1186). Aside from a short distribution deal in Canada and a few festival screenings, his movies have largely gone unseen.