Directed by Atef Salem.
The patriarch of a bickering family announces his retirement, stirring competition about who will succeed him as a leading practitioner of Noh theater, his granddaughter or grandson.
A bubble-brained Philadelphia waitress witnesses a murder during the Mardi Gras festivities in New Orleans and finds herself stalked by the killer. (TCM)
Documentary directed by Brian Kaufman.
Body Count's 2004 reunion tour (featuring Ice-T) is a must-see for all true hip-hop fans. The band is captured uncensored on this video that presents some of the hottest nights on their recent nationwide tour, including their life-altering "Warped Tour" appearance in San Francisco. Tracks include "Voodoo," "KKK Bitch," "Killin Floor," "Evil Dick," "Body Count," "There Goes the Neighborhood" and many more.
A cop's (Sean Gallagher) beat gets messier and deadlier when he and his partner are given the task of hunting down a serial killer. When his partner dies during a chase, the lone cop is overcome with rage. The only way out of his grief is to work with three teenage friends to plan a copycat murder to lure the real perpetrator out of hiding. But his plan backfires when the fakery gives way to true terror.
Si-mok happens to see a drawing of his dead wife at an art exhibition. He turns white with shock. Leaving the exhibition, Si-mok gets into a cab but the driver takes him into the woods. Si-mok had been living happily with his widowed mother, Mrs. Heo and his wife, Ae-ja. Mrs. Heo has a passionate affair with Dr. Pak. However, Ae-ja's sister, Hye-suk witnesses the affair. She promises to keep it a secret. While Si-mok is abroad on business, Mrs. Heo conspires with Hye-suk and poisons Ae-ja, killing her. Afterwards, Si-mok lives with Hye-suk. Subsequently, Ae-ja becomes a ghost filled with anger and torments Si-mok's family. Si-mok overcomes this hardship through his faith in Buddha.
The West Coast rap scene has always been controversial with its controversial artists battling it out for respect and hits. This documentary shows raw, never-before-seen footage of riots, high-profile run-ins with the law and unexpected melees of West Coast rap artists and their cohorts. Take an exclusive look at a day in the life of these artists. You might be surprised.
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Jack is being bullied in work, so with a little help from his imaginary friend, Ralph, he begins to plot the murder of his bully, Pat.
When a lawyer she's investigating is brutally murdered, TV reporter Zac McKay becomes a prime suspect. With the help of a suspicious police lieutenant and despite threats from a local politician she continues with her exposé.
A stressed-out, big-city cop seeks refuge in Hawaii, only to become embroiled in a serial murder case that appears to be identical to his last case in New York City.
A professional lone-wolf hitman comes to his blood brother's aid when his boss is brutally murdered by an unknown yakuza faction.
Two lesbian hit women are hired to bump each other off in Heidi Kull's darkyl romantic animated film noir.
Just before copywriter Victor Dean fell to his death, he wrote to his supervisors at Pym's Publicity Ltd., hinting at improprieties within the agency. Concerned, the company's top brass hires Lord Peter Wimsey (Ian Carmichael) to work undercover and investigate. Was Victor's death an accident or murder? Also starring Peter Bowles and Bridget Armstrong, this BBC miniseries is based on the novel by Dorothy L. Sayers.
Tyler Bowie is producing a documentary on sex workers in the Los Angeles area. He’s a Vietnam vet, he’s hooked on coke, and he has an unhealthy fixation on the ladies of the night, which leads him to meeting a host of interesting underworld characters throughout the course of the production. However, things go awry and Tyler starts to go crazy, leaving a pile of bodies in his wake.