Night of the Vampire (2006)

A vampire tries to sleep, but a terrible predator approaches.

Action, brocolli pizza & german expressionism on this award-winning short film by Ale Camargo.

One Nation Under Siege (Full)

From documentary filmmaker William Lewis comes a bone-chilling documentary on the spying, tracking and control of the American public. Parental guidance suggested, RT 87:15.

Prepare to be instantly propelled into a world dominated by hi-tech surveillance and old fashioned spying as you go behind enemy lines drawn in our own backyards. One Nation Under Siege presents disturbing facts never before disclosed to a majority of the sleeping American public. Through the research of over a dozen internationally distinguished authors, journalists, physicians, and ex-military - you will begin to understand the massive and ceaseless control projected onto an unsuspecting populace by a government that has finally crossed the line to fascism.

More Tea Time Movie

Johnny Carson as Art Fern. The Tea Time Movie, 1989.

Art Fern promotes the farming school, Hay U.

Newstopia Explains the Reserve Bank

Shaun Micallef and "Tony Froth" (Nicholas Bell) explain the role of the Reserve Bank of Australia and how to control inflation. This was taken from the TV show "Newstopia" (Season 2, Episode 3, aired 12 March 2008).

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Edward S. Herman on US and Latin America

Longtime activist and author Edward S. Herman was interviewed in Philadelphia on December 26, 2008. In this interview, Herman discusses the history of US influence in Latin America, and contextualizes this with what he says is an anti-democratic US policy throughout the Global South, designed to create a favorable investment climate for US corporations.

The Fifth Estate - Cruel Camera

Twenty-five years ago, Bob Mckeown and a fifth estate crew stunned the country with an investigative report that showed that many of the wildlife documentaries we'd grown up watching on television (remember the famous footage of the lemmings going off the cliff or some of the memorable moments from shows like Wild Kingdom?) were staged for the television cameras. As well, they revealed that animals often died during the making of movies; all for the sake of the entertainment value.

Now, Bob McKeown and an investigative team have returned to the subject to find out what has changed since the fifth estate's first Cruel Camera documentary. What they found may astonish you.

Henson's Place: The Man Behind the Muppets

52 minute documentary that was made in 1984. It covers the career of Jim Henson and the Muppets, starting from its inception up to his planning of Labyrinth. It was narrated by Julia McKenzie, who also did the interviewing. Those interviewed were Jim Henson, Jane Henson, Frank Oz, Michael Frith, Joan Ganz Cooney, Jerry Juhl, David Lazer and Lord Lew Grade. Also interviewed are Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy, in the beginning not really knowing who Jim Henson was, and later giving different points of view on their potential marriage.

Among the topics discussed are Jim's early work, including Sam and Friends and Wilkins commercials; Sesame Street, mostly focused on characteristics of Big Bird, Ernie and Bert; Lord Grade's enthusiastic support for The Muppet Show, and later The Muppet Movie and The Great Muppet Caper, all without a contract; Fraggle Rock and The Dark Crystal. Frank Oz speaks about what he brings to his characters, such as Bert, Animal and Miss Piggy. The Muppet Stuff store (now defunct) is shown, and Jim speaks about merchandising as a necessity to help keep his projects going. Jim speculates that the Muppet characters will last as long as audiences want them to.

Chilly Willy: The Legend of Rockabye Point

Tex Avery directed this classic for Universal Pictures in 1955.

The storyline goes with an old salt seafarer telling the tale of how a penguin and a polar bear attempted finagling fish from a ship's store whilst avoiding the guard dog.

Porky's Bear Facts

A variant on the fable of the grasshopper and the ants: Porky Pig is a hardworking farmer, while his neighbor, a bear, sings "working can wait" (as do all his animals). Winter comes, and the only scrap of food in his drafty cabin is a single bean, which a mouse steals. As he stalks his dog past Porky's cabin, he sees the feast on Porky's table and begs to join him. (Description provided from IMDB)