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Sometimes controversial, sometimes whimsical, always compelling, Sisters follows the trials and triumphs of the four Reed sisters – Teddy (Sela Ward), Alex (Swoosie Kurtz), Georgie (Patricia Kalember) and Frankie (Julianne Phillips) – as they contend with the challenges within their very different lives. Praised for its frank discussion of many highly charged issues that continue to resonate today, Sisters was considered by many to be a game changer in how television explored the lives of women and family.
With all twenty-nine episodes from the critically acclaimed first and second seasons, Sisters: Seasons One and Two represents some of the best and most influential television drama of its time. Created by Ron Cowen and Daniel Lipman, the developers of Queer As Folk, this groundbreaking, compelling and successful series is “full of sharp lines… and sharper possibilities…” (Entertainment Weekly)!
A mysterious VHS tape, a giant rat, and killer televisions… Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite, Blades of Glory) and Eric Wareheim (Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!) star in this head-spinning Hollywood satire from the writer and director of Rubber.
In the alternate reality of the entertainment industry, a cameraman (Alain Chabat, Mood Indigo) has 48 hours to pull off the impossible: find the world’s greatest groan sound effect for the movie he dreams of directing or it doesn’t get made. As he embarks on a hilariously bizarre odyssey, fact, fiction, reality and dreams collide in a surreal swirl of comic absurdity. With brilliant turns by top comedians, Reality is a wondrously weird and wild ride through director Quentin Dupieux’s extraordinary imagination.
Join the heroic men and women of the Hill Street precinct in the fantastic sixth season of Hill Street Blues, the groundbreaking series created by Steven Bochco (NYPD Blue, L.A. Law) and Michael Kozoll that rewrote the television cop genre with a mix of gripping, dramatic realism and is universally hailed as one of the greatest programs in the history of television.
Combining gritty realism and surprising humor to document both the personal and professional challenges of the officers and detectives who protect and serve, the sixth season of Hill Street Blues continued the series’ tradition of high-quality, compelling television. With top-notch writing, directing, and ensemble acting (from cast veterans Daniel J. Travanti, Veronica Hamel, Bruce Weitz, Joe Spano, Betty Thomas, Robert Prosky and Dennis Franz appearing as Lt. Norman Buntz), the sixth season of Hill Street Blues maintained the program’s dominance as one of the greatest television series of its time, and further solidified its place as one of the all-time finest.
Fans of Fran, rejoice!
The irrepressible Fran Drescher returns for the hilarious fourth season of The Nanny, a nineties sitcom classic that dresses to impress. Nanny Fran Fine (Drescher) and the Sheffields are up to all-new shenanigans and misadventures in this fresh and funny fourth season, which delivers not only big laughs but big guest stars (including Bette Midler, Donald Trump, Jon Stewart, Jason Alexander, and Joan Collins, to name a few!)
With all twenty-six Season Four episodes, this set is a (Fran) Fine addition to your television collection. Invite The Nanny into your home today— but just make sure you prepare a little nosh for her first, okay?
The Bear is a sheer triumph of cinema in the wild! Notable for its stunning cinematography, minimal dialogue, and outstanding animal performances, director Jean-Jacques Annaud’s (Quest For Fire, The Name of the Rose) astonishing tale of wilderness survival has thrilled and charmed audiences and critics all over the world.
Set in 19th-century British Columbia, The Bear follows the story of a young cub and an adult Grizzly as they join forces to survive the perils inherent in their mountain habitat. With each passing obstacle, the two bears further develop a friendship that can only make them stronger – but will it be enough for them to overcome their most deadly enemy?
An adventure story with heart and humanity, The Bear remains a breathtaking and powerful experience decades after its original release. Presented here in a special 25th Anniversary Collector’s Edition from Shout! Factory, The Bear proves itself a film to celebrate again and again.
Sex, bondage, and butterflies: two women explore the extremes of carnal desire in this kinky, deliciously twisted tale of erotic obsession. In a crumbling European estate, butterfly researcher Cynthia (Sidse Babett Knudsen – BORGEN, AFTER THE WEDDING) and her lover Evelyn (Chiara D’Anna – BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO) repeatedly enact a sadomasochistic role-playing game, with Cynthia as the stern mistress and Evelyn her subservient slave. But as the lines between fantasy and reality begin to blur, and Cynthia grows increasingly uneasy with Evelyn’s insatiable appetite for punishment, their relationship is pushed to the limit. Dripping with dreamlike imagery, Gothic atmosphere, and a lush chamber pop score by Cat’s Eyes, this critically-acclaimed, darkly comic erotic fantasia is a seductive feast for the senses.
It’s Mystery Science Theater 3000, America’s only show that makes fun of really bad B-movies from the comfort of a spaceship floating above Earth.
Yes, this has all happened before, and it will all happen again. If you’re experiencing déjà vu, do not adjust your TV set (or tablets or phones), because it’s true: behold, again, the first collection of episodes of the beloved TV series Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Easy: It had fallen out of print, and the only available copies cost as much as a used car. The episodes collected herein all spring from the same well of cheesy movies, MST’ie favorite Crown International Pictures. We’ve upgraded the presentation a bit, but most importantly, it’s available again and you won’t need to sell an organ to buy it.
So grab a couch and put on an old favorite. Joel, Mike and their robot sidekicks, Tom Servo and Crow, will riff their way into your hearts again for the very first time.
The Creeping Terror
While the Autobots have vowed to protect Earth, Megatron and his treacherous Decepticons have vowed to strip it of its valuable Energon, no matter the cost. Somehow, Optimus Prime and his Autobots always seem to get in the way. With Ultimate Decepticons, you can now see five of the greatest Decepticon stories, featuring Starscream, Skyquake, Makeshift, Airachnid, Dreadwing, Predaking, Knock Out and more of your all-time favorite transforming villains!
A tense thriller about a young couple who go camping in the Canadian wilderness. Alex (Jeff Roop, Jekyll + Hyde) is a seasoned camper, but Jenn (Missy Peregrym, Rookie Blue) is not. But when they realize that they have entered bear territory, the terror gets turned up to a whole new level.
Also starring Eric Balfour (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Skyline, Haven), Melanie Mullen (Dead Before Dawn 3D) and Nicholas Campbell (The Brood, The Dead Zone) and written and directed by actor Adam MacDonald (Rookie Blue, Transporter: The Series, Wolves), Backcountry is a heart-stopping, full-tilt run through deadly territory.
An unstoppable terror is set loose upon a nation divided… and history will never be the same!
After a failed attempt to propose to his girlfriend, Alan Jones (Jordan Farris) is beaten within an inch of his life by a street gang. Transported to the mysterious lab of Dr. Tanner Finski and his kid genius assistant Igor, Alan becomes the subject in a series of horrible experiments as part of the doctor’s plan to reanimate the legendary Frankenstein monster. But all bets are off when these experiments lead to a hole being ripped in space and time, pulling an army’s worth of the infamous creatures from hundreds of parallel universes and sending them all back to the 19th century – directly into the heart of a bloody battle between the North and South!
An over-the-top sci-fi/horror hybrid, Army Of Frankensteins is an outrageous film that dares to examine a history that never happened: The War Between The States… of Life and Death.
In his first film in nearly 15 years, the director of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer harks back to the depravity that made his 1986 debut a horror milestone. Equally terrifying, but less based in reality, The Harvest is closer to a fairy tale from Grimm’s darkest nightmares.
Maryann (an impressive Natasha Calis, The Possession) moves in with her grandparents after she’s orphaned. Desperately lonely, the preteen sets out to befriend a deathly ill, bed-ridden boy (Charlie Tahan, Gotham), despite the outright disapproval of his mother (Samantha Morton, Minority Report, Sweet and Lowdown). Maryann’s persistence pays off, however, and during a series of secret visits she gradually uncovers some seriously sinister goings-on in the house…
Morton’s performance as the boy’s overprotective surgeon mom is the stuff of great screen villainy — at once utterly monstrous and tragically desperate — so much so that she makes even frequent heavy Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire, Man of Steel), as the more subdued dad, pale in comparison.
On October 2nd, at 6:45 a.m., mass murderer Horace Pinker was put to death. Now he’s really mad.
Master of horror Wes Craven (Scream, The Last House on the Left, A Nightmare on Elm Street) directs this exciting visual treat which introduces a diabolical mass murderer who harnesses electricity for unimaginable killing powers.
About to be electrocuted for a catalog of heinous crimes, the unrepentant Horace Pinker transforms into a terrifying energy source. Only young athlete Jonathan Parker, with an uncanny connection to Pinker through bizarre dreams, can fight the powerful demon. The two dive in and out of television programs, chasing each other from channel to channel through stunning scenes of disaster, game shows and old reruns.
Rey Ciso (Adam Brooks) was once the greatest editor the world had ever seen. Since a horrific accident left him with four wooden fingers on his right hand, he’s had to resort to cutting pulp films and trash pictures. When the lead actors from the film he’s been editing turn up murdered at the studio, Rey is fingered as the number one suspect. The bodies continue to pile up in this absurdist giallo-thriller as Rey struggles to prove his innocence and learn the sinister truth lurking behind the scenes.
Functioning as a straight-up send-up of Dario Argento, Mario Bava and the cinematic sorcerers of ’70s slasher films, Canadian horror comedy The Editor is a charming tribute to the unsung classics of giallo, an Italian subgenre known for its gory and gruesome erotic horror.
Dim The Lights For Five Chilling Adventures!
It’s the spookiest time of the year and Blythe and her best friends from the Littlest Pet Shop are ready for all the spine-tingling adventures, including investigating werewolves, ghosts, pet psychics, aliens from outer space and a mysterious jungle curse! It’s all here in The Littlest Pet Shop: Halloween Fest!
We’re All Winners When We Participate In The Games Ponies Play!
Sportsmanship is put the ultimate test in Equestria, as your favorite Ponies — Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, Pinkie Pie, Rarity, Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy — prepare for The Games Ponies Play! Included are six awesome adventures that will teach you all about overcoming the challenges of competition with your very best friends. Will Spike be able to build up the courage to light the ceremonial Equestria Games torch? Who’s the best athlete in Equestria? And will it matter, when true friendship is on the line? Find out!
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The Protectors stars Leslie Nielsen as Sam Danforth, the deputy chief of police in a volatile California city. He is a conservative law and order type who is brought in from Cleveland to try to keep the lid on, but often is at odds with the city’s idealistic, liberal black DA, William Washburn played by Hari Rhodes.
The Bold Ones series were well known for being some of the best television ever produced; bringing together highly skilled craftsmen to create programs that were a cut about the rest and The Protectors was no exception.
The pilot movie, “Deadlock”, was produced by William Sackheim (“The Law”) and directed by Lamont Johnson (“That Certain Summer”), Emmy winner Daryl Duke (“Payday”, “The Senator”) directed three of the six episodes, Vilmos Zsigmond (“Close Encounters of the Third Kind”) was the cinematographer, bringing a big screen look to the series, and top notch guest stars including Edmond O’Brien, Charles Aidman, James Broderick, John Rubinstein, Robert Drivas and Louise Sorel pumped up the stories with a powerful dramatic flair.
The lack of background music, the soundtrack just being the din of the city and offices where it took place, really grounded the show with a realism that was unmatched at the time.