One Million-Year Trip: Bander Book 1978

Bander is a 17-year-old boy from Earth who lives on a distant planet, which is populated by human shape-shifters who feed off of vegetables and animal tails. Violence soon breaks out, as invaders launch an attack on Bander's new planet. This was Japan's first 2-hour animated film for television. The program received high ratings when broadcast as part of a set of 24-hour TV programs called "Ai wa Chikyu wo Sukuu" on Nippon Television. After a long gap since his last animated film for television, this work fully reflects Osamu Tezuka's desire to achieve theatrical quality with this production.

A Midsummer Night's Dream 1981

The second televised production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" with Helen Mirren in the cast, although this time in a different role (Titania). In the 1968 production, which was released to movie theatres in Europe, but premiered in the U.S. on CBS-TV, Ms. Mirren played Hermia.

Tita Tovenaar 2 - Toverkriebels 2009

Tita Tovenaar is a wizard with a mischievous daughter who always gets into trouble because she thinks she can do magic as well as her father. Whenever she loses control over the situation, she claps her hands and the world around her stops, giving her time to rectify the situation.

Ulysses 2011

The emotional life of a Peruvian immigrant in Chile is the subject of this nuanced character study of a man uprooted from home by economic necessity and suffering loneliness and dislocation. Higher wages can’t fill the void created by separation from everything that is important to him.

Infest Wisely 2007

A new, chewable nanotechnology lets people take pictures with their eyes and cures cancer. But the early adopters find out it's hard to uninstall something after it's spread through their bloodstream.

That Darn Punk 2001

The straight-to-video feature That Darn Punk was produced by a new film division of the Kung Fu record label, and its soundtrack features a number of punk-pop bands, some of whom are, naturally, signed to the label. Several songs were recorded especially for the film by bands like Nerf Herder, No Motiv, and the Vandals, while much of the material recorded by the label's own roster is exclusive to the soundtrack or at least previously unissued. Plus, there are a few cuts licensed from bands like Pennywise, Rancid, and Lagwagon.

Dark Queen 2004

In the vein of SPECIES, this sexually charged sci-fi thriller revolves around brilliant biochemist Helen Reynolds who uses brain fluid from ruthless serial killer Sebastian Horn to transform herself into an irresistible sociopath.

Mind Over Murder 2006

Holly Winters (Tori Spelling) is an unhappy-in-love, prosecuting attorney. After suffering a serious head injury, she gains the psychic power to read minds and decides to use this new-found power to catch a killer...

Blue Flame 1993

Fleming, a futuristic cop, saw his daughter kidnapped by Flame and Rain, two aliens that were born out of his own dreams. Much later, the two aliens are kept in cryosleep; but Flemming's daughter is not dead, just a prisoner inside Flame's mind.

G-9 2006

Solely in black and white watercolors, the OVA follows a woman who awakes in a deserted town with no memories and no clothing. The story continues to show how she regains these memories of who she was and her mission in the town with the help of a voice that speaks directly to her thoughts via her earring. Her name is Agarta, the Devourer of Dragons, and her mission is to destroy the dragons that plague the consciousness of humans in return for her own long past memories.

Virtual Recall 2010

Hong Kong, the present day. At the luxurious Yee Low Mental Sanatorium, psychiatrist Xiao Tingqin (Tang Yifei) is assigned the case of "special" patient Sum Liu-sheung (Cherrie Ying), who claims to live both in the real world and 12 parallel universes, and appears to have special powers. As soon as they meet, Sum starts playing mind-games with Xiao, whose one-year-old marriage to independently wealthy policeman Zhen Shanlin (Stephen Fung) is already under serious strain, due to her workaholia and her aversion to being touched by him. Sum introduces Xiao to the scientific concept of "worm-holes", through which one can travel in time and to parallel universes, and stirs memories in Xiao of her past relationship both with Zhen and her first love, Ji Lü. Zhen's friendship with gourmet-food shop-owner Gu Xilin has also put further strain on her marriage, and one day, meeting them in the street, she starts to wonder whether Sum has enabled her to experience parallel versions of her life.

Genesis Antipode 2006

The fallout from a disastrous blind date forces two polar opposites to find common ground as the rest of the world falls apart around them.

The Secret War 2007

The Secret War is a Martial Arts/Sci-Fi film filled with action, intrigue and suspense. The story revolves around opposing forces at play in the world of military espionage.....with KC Armstrong and Jim Florentine from the Horward Stern Show and Crank Yankers.

End of an Epic: The Final Battle

Special feature (from Battle for the Planet of the Apes blu-ray) discussing the writing of the story, its themes, characters, and mood. Also discussed is the film's budget and production values, director J. Lee Thompson's contributions to the film, producer Arthur P. Jacobs's influence on the Apes series, and the sense of hope the final film engendered in audiences.