11-year-old Mickey House is no longer a child. But who is he? He doesn’t know. He’s friendless. He doesn’t understand his mother. He hates what’s happening to his body. Reality and imagination come together in a toxic mix. Events escalate to extremes… at home and at school. Mickey has to find the strength within him to put a stop to what’s begun. Where will his encounter with his own maturing body take him?
A young couple fight to save their unborn child from the authorities bent on destroying all children conceived outside of the "rules".
A young boy is taunted mercilessly by the other boys in town - until he gets some help from the ghost of a Brooklyn Dodger, who turns him into a great baseball player.
The symbolic destruction of Los Angeles is explored.
Martha "Red" Tierney used to be a hot-shot reporter, but that was before alcohol took over her life. One morning Martha's son Jonathan leaves for school, stopping first to meet his father for breakfast. But Jonathan never meets his dad. Instead he is picked up by Lawrence a pedophile who has been watching him. Now Martha must overcome her alcoholism and her bitterness towards her ex-husband and use her old investigative skills to find her son before it's too late.
A glittering, Las Vegas-inspired music video for John Sex’s song "Bump and Grind It". With an outrageous fountain hairdo (by stylist Danilo), Sex sings his catchy pop lyrics, “You gotta put your love behind it/Bump, bump, bump and grind it.” Featuring the Bodacious Ta-Tas and inter-cut with Vegas showgirl footage.
A Charley Chase short, produced at Columbia.
A womanizing OB-gyn and a mentally-challenged brother share a life-changing road trip together, in search of the mysterious woman the OB-gyn knocked up unbeknownst to himself. Released in China as "一路顺疯" or "Yi lu shun feng".
When a fun-loving, middle-aged single mom accidentally gets pregnant, her prim teenage daughter is scandalized. But mother and daughter slowly reverse roles as the pregnancy progresses.
the pillows - "LITTLE BUSTERS" the pillows - "Freebee Honey" the pillows - "I think I can" the pillows - "Terminal Heaven's Rock" (ターミナル・ヘヴンズ・ロック) the pillows - "Blues Drive Monster" the pillows - "Ride on shooting star" the pillows - "Dead Stock Paradise" the pillows - "STALKER" the pillows - "Instant Music" (インスタント ミュージック) the pillows - "LAST DINOSAUR" the pillows - "Carnival" (カーニバル) the pillows - "HYBRID RAINBOW" (ハイブリッド レインボウ) the pillows - "RUNNERS HIGH" the pillows - "ONE LIFE" the pillows - "Swanky Street" the pillows - "Advice" the pillows - "Funny Bunny" noodles - "Blush Timpani" noodles - "Bound lily"
September 20th. Sunny. I wonder if it bugs me so much because I can't see it. I've gotten totally obsessed with finding out what's inside that bump. It's all I think about on my way to school, in the bathtub, and when I'm trying to fall asleep at night. I mean, if I could just figure out what's inside that bump, I'm sure I could figure out lots of other things too.
Short film by Paul Clipson from the Celluloid Sketches & Watercolor Movies DVD
Nukitsamees is a family musical somewhat echoing the fairy tale of Hansel and Gretel. Brother and sister (Kusti and Iti) get lost in a forest while picking strawberries and are captured by an evil forest hag. They are made to work for him. The hag has a son called Bumpy whom Iti befriends. They get a chance to escape, taking Bumpy with them.
Evil twins fool around with forces they don't understand.
Do black holes exist? What about dark matter? Dark energy? Weren't these things just made up to salvage evolutionary ideas? You'll learn that there is a good case for black holes with no need of evolutionary involvement. There's a good case for dark matter, too, while dark energy is a bit more speculative. Black holes and dark matter quite literally take our understanding physics to its breaking point, and they illustrate how God's creation holds many mysteries, while pointing undeniably to the Creator and Savior Himself!
A former keyboardist with British rock groups the Small Faces and the Faces, Ian McLagan presents a rousing set of music, including songs like "Can't Be Still," "I Will Follow," "You're So Rude," "You're My Girl," "Big Love" and "Hope Street." Recorded live for broadcast on German television, this energetic performance finds McLagan jamming with his Bump Band, a talented group of road-tested musicians.
As the lead singer of the infamous Plasmatics, Wendy O. Williams emerged as one of the most notorious figures on the American punk scene; dubbed the queen of shock rock, her on-stage theatrics were the stuff of underground legend. Often clad in little more than strips of electrical tape covering her nipples, the raspy-voiced Williams earned a cult following for her on-stage antics, which included blowing up cars, sawing guitars in half, and setting equipment on fire. Wendy O Williams name and legacy live on amongst her many fans and Bump n Grind will be a must see for all of them. The DVD features a full live show from her October 1985 UK tour.
The popular gay and lesbian travel series turns its discerning eye on the great state of Massachusetts, ferreting out the shopping hot spots, tourist attractions and nightlife that GLBT travelers will love. The fabulous Shannon McDonough hosts this installment, which soaks up all the colonial charm of Northampton, the seaside splendor of Provincetown and the metropolitan flair of Boston.
Bump Off Lover is a 2006 Taiwanese drama starring Angela Chang. It was boardcasted on free-to-air China Television from 19 February 2006 to 14 May 2006, every Sunday at 22:00 and cable TV Gala Television Variety Show/CH 28 on 25 February 2006 to 20 May 2006, every Saturday at 21:30 to 23:00. Angela Chang was nominated for Best Leading Actress in a Television Series at the 41st Golden Bell Awards for her role as Xu Yi Zhen/Xu Yi Jing.