The concept behind this freeride phenomenon was to capture the true essence of dirt- bike riding in the hills on natural terrain. This cinematic masterpiece showcases the top riders in the world. Enter the mindset of Jeremy Stenberg and his friends in their search for the ultimate freeride destination. Their journey takes them all across California and Arizona to locations: Cameron, Reche Canyon, Beaumont, Ocotillo Wells, Temecula Hills and our new found freeride paradise Morro Bay and Cambria. With over 7 hours of helicopter time, 5 days of tractor operating and hundreds of hours shoveling in the hills this film unloads an arsenal of new jumps never seen before. Please join us on this amazing adventure as Twitch and his crew take FMX to an unprecedented level and prove what is possible between a man and his machine on natural terrain
A writer who specializes in exposing fake witchcraft journeys to Brazil to investigate a voodoo cult.
This being a Republic picture, it should come as no surprise that Storm Over Bengal was filmed in its entirety in the San Fernando Valley. Within its concise 65 minutes, the film manages to accommodate a Bengal Lancers main plot, a romantic subplot, the obligatory coward who makes good, intrigue aplenty from a villainous Indian potentate, and an outsized climactic battle between the rebels and the British forces. Patric Knowles, previously one of the leads in the British-India epic Charge of the Light Brigade, heads the cast. Worth noting is the presence in the cast of Richard Cromwell as secondary romantic lead Neil Allison and Douglass Dumbrille as the despicable Khan. Three years earlier, Cromwell had been tortured by Dumbrille's minions in Lives of a Bengal Lancer, and he undergoes much the same treatment here-"just to make him feel at home" observed film historian Roger Dooley.
When a menacing vampire is summoned from the darkness and begins terrorizing couples in Chicago, a doctor with a haunted past is determined to confront and destroy him.
The Phantom Robber gets a fortune in jewels and some valuable papers from a robbery on the crack train "The Midnight Limited" and Val Lennon and his pretty assistant, Joan Marshall, are on his trail. But the Phantom strikes three more times and adds murder to his list. Val decides to use himself as bait, although Chief Harrigan and Joan beg him not to risk his life. But Val, disguised as a wealthy Canadian, boards the train for a rendezvous with a killer.
An archaeologist (Don Taylor) and his partner (Eduardo Ciannelli) meet up with greenish women warriors.
A wealthy mercenary lives in blissful solitude on his private island in the Philippines, until it's invaded by pirates, mobsters, and smugglers.
A homage of sorts to Reservoir Dogs in which a boss hires three dimwitted amateur thieves to rob a local library in order to obtain a copy of a certain book that has a code written in the back. Their failure to retrieve the book results in violence and colorful wordplay.
A caboclo's soul wanders through purgatory (or hell), visiting many places until he boards a ship whose destination is unknown.
Two adventurous youths explore a vacant mansion and fall in love, deep in the heart of suburban hell.
Carlo Roma and his foster-son, Toma, and their friend Beppo, are living a happy fisherman's life in San Francisco until Carlo's widowed sister-in-law, Stella, shows up with her brat-son, Rudolph, and takes over. Poor Toma gets his feelings hurt and the idea he "isn't wanted" and runs away
A group of treasure-seekers embark on a expedition into high adventure as they race to discover what's really located in the mysterious ice cave.
Reporter Steve Haines (Boyd), on the trail of a business tycoon, follows his subject onto an ocean liner and gets wound up in a cruise full of intrigue, romance and murder.