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    Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas in Disney Digital 3D

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Oct 23, 2009

    See Tim Burton's phantasmagorical stop-motion animation classic, re-released in time for Halloween!
  • Henry Franklin - Home Cookin

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Oct 20, 2009

    Henry Franklin - Home Cookin
  • Henry Threadgill's Zooid - This Brings Us To Vol. 1

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Oct 27, 2009

    Henry Threadgill's Zooid - This Brings Us To Vol. 1
  • Dreamcatcher - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009

    Four men are changed forever by an act of mercy -- changes which have a profound impact many years later -- in this blend of horror and science fiction based on a novel by Stephen King. Jonesy (Damian Lewis), Henry (Thomas Jane), Pete (Timothy Olyphant), and Beaver (Jason Lee) were four friends who, as schoolboys, rescued a boy with Down's Syndrome, Duddits (Donnie Wahlberg), from a savage beating at the hands of bullies. Their experience with Duddits left the boys profoundly changed, as they discovered they had developed psychic powers which allowed them to wordlessly communicate with one another, read the minds of others, and see events in the future. The four remained close friends into adulthood, and meet every year for a weekend get-together at a remote hunting lodge. However, one year Jonsey is approached by the spirit of Duddits, which leads him into a severe auto accident, though his wounds heal with mysterious speed and are gone by the time he and the guys get together a few months later. As the guys drink and swap stories, a desperately ill hunter makes his way into the cabin, whose body has become the host for a horrible wormlike creature, which breaks free and soon goes on a killing spree, leaving only Henry alive. In the wake of this attack comes a massive snowstorm, and Henry learns that these events are the first signs of a major attack by a powerful alien force which can assume any form it wishes. As duplicitous military leader Col. Abraham Curtis (Morgan Freeman) comes in to quell the menace, Henry finds himself in communication with the late Jonsey, whose previous near-death experience gives him an unexpected advantage in stemming the alien tide. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
  • House of Wax - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009

    This simplified (but lavish) remake of the 1933 melodrama The Mystery of the Wax Museum was the most financially successful 3-D production of the 1950s. In his first full-fledged "horror" role, Vincent Price plays Prof. Henry Jarrod, the owner of a wax museum, whose partner, Matthew Burke (Roy Roberts), intends to burn the place down for the insurance money. When Jarrod tries to prevent Burke from torching the museum, he himself is trapped in the conflagration. Years pass: though now confined to a wheelchair, Jarrod manages to open up a new museum in New York, boasting the most incredibly lifelike wax statues ever seen. At the same time, a masked prowler has been stalking the city, murdering people and then stealing their bodies from the mortuary. One of the victims is Jarrod's old nemesis Burke; another is Cathy Gray (Carolyn Jones), the roommate of art student Sue Allen (Phyllis Kirk). On a visit to the wax museum, Sue can't help but notice that the wax likeness of Joan of Arc is a dead ringer for her deceased friend Cathy -- while the courtly Jarrod declares joyously that Sue is the living image of Marie Antoinette. Guess where this is going to wind up? Frank Lovejoy and Paul Picerni co-star as the nominal heroes, while Charles Bronson -- still billed as Charles Buchinsky -- is a menacing presence as Jarrod's deaf-mute chief sculptor (appropriately named "Igor"). No opportunity to show off the 3-D process is wasted during House of Wax; the most memorable stereoscopic moments are provided by garrulous "paddle-ball man" Reggie Rymal. Ironically, Andre De Toth, the film's director, had only one good eye, and had to constantly ask his cast and crew if the various 3-D effects had come off properly. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
  • My Fair Lady - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Oct 6, 2009

    At one time the longest-running Broadway musical, My Fair Lady was adapted by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe from the George Bernard Shaw comedy Pygmalion. Outside Covent Garden on a rainy evening in 1912, dishevelled cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn) meets linguistic expert Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison). After delivering a musical tirade against "verbal class distinction," Higgins tells his companion Colonel Pickering (Wilfred Hyde-White) that, within six months, he could transform Eliza into a proper lady, simply by teaching her proper English. The next morning, face and hands freshly scrubbed, Eliza presents herself on Higgins' doorstep, offering to pay him to teach her to be a lady. "It's almost irresistable," clucks Higgins. "She's so deliciously low. So horribly dirty." He turns his mission into a sporting proposition, making a bet with Pickering that he can accomplish his six-month miracle to turn Eliza into a lady. This is one of the all-time great movie musicals, featuring classic songs and the legendary performances of Harrison, repeating his stage role after Cary Grant wisely turned down the movie job, and Stanley Holloway as Eliza's dustman father. Julie Andrews originated the role of Eliza on Broadway but producer Jack Warner felt that Andrews, at the time unknown beyond Broadway, wasn't bankable; Hepburn's singing was dubbed by Marni Nixon, who also dubbed Natalie Wood in West Side Story (1961). Andrews instead made Mary Poppins, for which she was given the Best Actress Oscar, beating out Hepburn. The movie, however, won Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor for Harrison, and five other Oscars, and it remains one of the all-time best movie musicals. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
  • Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 24, 2009

    Includes:Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 1 - The Darkness Descends (1997) Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 3 - The Goths Ride East (1997) Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 5 - The Fight From Within (1997) Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 7 - The Citadel (1997) Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 9 - The Fall of the Swastikas (1997) Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 8 - False Dawn (1997) Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 6 - The Cauldron Boils (1997) Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 4 - Between Life and Death (1997) Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 2 - The Hour Before Midnight (1997) Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 10 - The Cult of Personality (1997) Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 1 - The Darkness Descends In this series of ten programs, PBS documents the history of the Russian people between 1924 and 1953, after the death of Lenin. The first episode covers the rise of Josef Stalin, who gained power despite cautionary statements by Lenin before he died. Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Pt. 1 -- The Darkness Descends discusses the violence Stalin dealt to his own people, including the downtrodden peasants, political foes, officers of the Red Army, and anyone else he considered to be an enemy. Henry Kissinger provides narration for the series. ~ Alice Day, All Movie Guide Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 3 - The Goths Ride East Under Stalin's regime, many Russians have been killed, from common peasants to high-ranking officers in the Soviet Army. When Hitler's troops march into Russia in a blitzkrieg attack, the surprised Russians fall back. Despite Stalin's decree that no cities surrender, Kiev, Minsk, and Smolensk give in. Stalin denounces the captured Russians as traitors, and sends their wives to labor camps. Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Pt. 3: The Goths Ride East follows the progress of the Germans as they advance to the gates of Moscow. ~ Alice Day, All Movie Guide Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 5 - The Fight From Within In the Nazi-captured regions of Russia, the life of villagers went from bad to worse. In this fifth episode of the series, first shown on PBS, the initial optimism of peasants quickly dissipated when Hitler's forces began to display their utter disdain of Soviet citizens. Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Pt. 5 -- The Fight From Within reveals the role of the Partisan resistance movement, whose first efforts were not sanctioned by Stalin. As their numbers grew, Stalin gave them support, and increased their power, ordering them to kill anyone suspected of disloyalty. ~ Alice Day, All Movie Guide Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 7 - The Citadel As the Russians began to make gains against the German army, both sides began to see the importance of the region of Kursk. After the harsh Russian winter, both sides had time to regroup during the spring. Russian factories churned out fresh supplies of war machinery, and Hitler unveiled his new plan, known as the Citadel in Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Pt. 7 -- The Citadel. The July 5, 1943, meeting of the two opposing forces at Kursk became the biggest tank battle ever fought, utilizing six thousand tanks, four thousand aircraft, and two million soldiers. ~ Alice Day, All Movie Guide Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Part 9 - The Fall of the Swastikas In 1944, the end is approaching for Hitler, who is forced to retreat as Russian troops advance on Berlin. Outnumbered by now, having suffered enormous losses during Operation Bagration in Belorussia, Hitler orders his men to stand fast, and not surrender Berlin, but it is too late. Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow, Pt. 9 -- The Fall of the Swastika, the fall of Berlin occurs shortly after Hitler commits suicide. Henry Kissinger is the narrator for this series of programs, which includes guest appearances by scholars of Russian history. ~ Alice Day, All Movie Guide Russia's War: Blood Upon the Sno
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    The Green Berets - Blu-ray Disc

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 5, 2010

    A classic war flick starring John Wayne
  • Golden Age of Television

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 24, 2009

    Includes:Goodyear TV Playhouse: Marty (1953) No Time for Sergeants (1955) A Wind from the South (1955) Kraft Television Theatre: Patterns (1955) Bang the Drum Slowly (1956) Requiem for a Heavyweight (1956) Playhouse 90: The Comedian (1957) Playhouse 90: Days of Wine and Roses (1958) Goodyear TV Playhouse: Marty Not the 1955 film, but a television version filmed two years earlier, Marty is the story of a lonely New York man (Rod Steiger) who finds solace with an equally introverted woman. ~ John Bush, All Movie Guide No Time for Sergeants This slapstick comedy was originally performed on live television and chronicles the exploits of Georgia hayseed Will Stockdale, after he is inducted into the army. Mayhem ensues as he tries to adjust to the sophisticated ways of military life. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide A Wind from the South No synopsis available. Kraft Television Theatre: Patterns No synopsis available. Bang the Drum Slowly First published in early 1956, Mark Harris's baseball novel Bang the Drum Slowly was swiftly adapted for television; on September 24, 1956, a streamlined 60-minute version of the Harris novel was telecast live on The US Steel Hour. Paul Newman plays Henry Wiggen, a slang-happy, unabashedly self-promotional pitcher for the fictional New York Mammoths. Wiggen spends a great deal of his free time protecting his dimwitted roomate, catcher Bruce Pearson (Albert Salmi), from being dropped from the team. It's not that Henry is overly fond of Bruce; it's simply that he knows (but the rest of the team doesn't) that Bruce is dying of Hodgkin's disease. This TV adaptation remains faithful to the first-person singular style of the novel by having Henry periodically step "out" of the drama to address the audience: this device is most effective at the finale when, after tearfully recalling the "ragging" he often gave his now-deceased teammate, Henry sobs "From here on, I rag nobody." A very young George Peppard appears as Piney Woods, the country-boy ballplayer who sings the ballad from which the drama's title is derived. A kinescoped version of Bang the Drum Slowly was included in the 1981 PBS anthology The Golden Age of Television. Harris' novel was later adapted into a 1973 theatrical feature, starring Michael Moriarty as Henry and Robert De Niro as the "doom-ded" Bruce. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Requiem for a Heavyweight Harlan "Mountain" McClintock (Jack Palance) has been a professional boxer for 14 years. He's been in the ring for over 110 bouts and was once ranked number five among the world's heavyweight fighters, but age and the physical punishment of his sport have taken their toll. Now McClintock is growing too old to fight but he lacks the money to retire gracefully, as his manager Maish (Keenan Wynn) suggests he start fighting crooked or switch to professional wrestling. Ed Wynn co-stars as McClintock's corner man, and Kim Hunter plays a sweet but naïve social worker. Requiem for a Heavyweight was a television drama written by Rod Serling and originally broadcast in 1956; the story was later remade as a feature film starring Anthony Quinn. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide Playhouse 90: The Comedian Rod Serling wasn't telling whom he based the leading character of his TV play The Comedian upon, but sharp-eyed viewers could detect traces of everyone from Milton Berle to Red Buttons. Mickey Rooney stars as a top-rated television comedian who is all love-and-kisses when before the cameras but a flaming mass of vitriol towards his coworkers. Rooney's beleaguered head writer Edmond O'Brien worries that he's on the verge of being fired, so he steals an old piece of material from a long-dead comic for Rooney's opening monologue. Meanwhile, Rooney's brother Mel Torme, fed up with being the public butt of the comedian's jokes, is goaded into an on-camera revenge. Throwing out his original intention of having the vicious Rooney get his comeuppance, Serling ends The Comedian with Rooney stil
  • Melrose Place: The Complete Seasons 1-5

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 24, 2009

    Includes:Melrose Place: Leap of Faith (1992) Melrose Place: Lonely Hearts (1992) Melrose Place: Responsibly Yours (1992) Melrose Place: My Way (1992) Melrose Place: Second Chances (1992) Melrose Place: Burned (1992) Melrose Place: Polluted Affairs (1992) Melrose Place: Lost and Found (1992) Melrose Place: Friends and Lovers (1992) Melrose Place: Pilot (1992) Melrose Place: A Melrose Christmas (1992) Melrose Place: Jake Vs. Jake (1992) Melrose Place: The Whole Truth (1992) Melrose Place: House of God (1992) Melrose Place: Drawing the Line (1992) Melrose Place: Dreams Come True (1992) Melrose Place: For Love or Money (1992) Melrose Place: A Promise Broken (1992) Melrose Place: Duet for One (1993) Melrose Place: Strange Bedfellows (1993) Melrose Place: Under the Mistletoe (1993) Melrose Place: End Game (1993) Melrose Place: Pushing Boundaries (1993) Melrose Place: Carpe Diem (1993) Melrose Place: Suspicious Minds (1993) Melrose Place: Married to It (1993) Melrose Place: No Bed of Roses (1993) Melrose Place: Flirting With Disaster (1993) Melrose Place: Hot and Bothered (1993) Melrose Place: Of Bikes and Men (1993) Melrose Place: Fire Power (1993) Melrose Place: Revenge (1993) Melrose Place: Long Night's Journey (1993) Melrose Place: Much Ado About Everything (1993) Melrose Place: Bye Bye Billy (1993) Melrose Place: My New Partner (1993) Melrose Place: Three's a Crowd (1993) Melrose Place: Picture Imperfect (1993) Melrose Place: Peanut Butter and Jealousy (1993) Melrose Place: Single White Sister (1993) Melrose Place: Cold Turkey (1993) Melrose Place: Collision Course (1993) Melrose Place: The Tangled Web (1993) Melrose Place: State of Need (1993) Melrose Place: Pas de Trois (1993) Melrose Place: The Test (1993) Melrose Place: Irreconcilable Similarities (1993) Melrose Place: Reunion Blues (1994) Melrose Place: The Young Men and the Sea (1994) Melrose Place: Swept Away (1994) Melrose Place: Otherwise Engaged (1994) Melrose Place: Sex, Drugs and Rockin' the Cradle (1994) Melrose Place: Till Death Do Us Part (1994) Melrose Place: Devil With the G-String On (1994) Melrose Place: Imperfect Strangers (1994) Melrose Place: The Bitch is Back (1994) Melrose Place: Psycho Therapy (1994) Melrose Place: In Bed With the Enemy (1994) Melrose Place: The Two Mrs. Mancinis (1994) Melrose Place: Love, Mancini Style (1994) Melrose Place: No Strings Attached (1994) Melrose Place: The Cook, the Creep, His Lover and Her Sister (1994) Melrose Place: Love Reeks (1994) Melrose Place: Dr. Jeckyl Saves His Hide (1994) Melrose Place: And Justice for None (1994) Melrose Place: The Days of Wine and Vodka (1994) Melrose Place: The Doctor That Rocks the Cradle (1994) Melrose Place: Just Say No (1994) Melrose Place: With This Ball and Chain (1994) Melrose Place: Holiday on Ice (1994) Melrose Place: I Am Curious Melrose (1994) Melrose Place: It's a Bad World After All (1994) Melrose Place: In-Laws and Outlaws (1994) Melrose Place: Grand Delusions (1994) Melrose Place: Nonsexual Healing (1994) Melrose Place: Parting Glances (1994) Melrose Place: Arousing Suspicion (1994) Melrose Place: Michael's Game (1994) Melrose Place: Bye Bye Baby (1995) Melrose Place: They Shoot Mothers, Don't They? Part 2 (1995) Melrose Place: They Shoot Mothers, Don't They? Part 1 (1995) Melrose Place: Another Perfect Day in Hell (1995) Melrose Place: St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1995) Melrose Place: And the Winner Is... (1995) Melrose Place: To Live and Die in Malibu (1995) Melrose Place: Postmortem Madness (1995) Melrose Place: Free Kimmy (1995) Melrose Place: Blind Ambition (1995) Melrose Place: Simply Shocking (1995) Melrose Place: Drawing Henry (1995) Melrose Place: Dial M for Melrose (1995) Melrose Place: Amanda Unplugged (1995) Melrose Place: Sydney, Bothered & Bewildered (1995) Melrose Place: The Brooke Stops Here (1995) Melrose Place: No Lifeguard on Duty (1995) Melrose Place: Devil in a Wet Dress (1995) Melrose Place: The Circle of Strife (1995) Melrose Place: Run, Billy, Run (199

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