The Maladjusted: Three friends struggle to maintain their hedonistic lifestyles as they approach 30. Delving into their story, we become subjected to their inane theories, absurd philosophies and warped sense of humor.
Lego Scooby-Doo! Blowout Beach Bash: Mystery, Inc. heads to Blowout Beach for a real swinging beach party. But when the Ghost Pirates threaten to harsh the good vibes, it\'s up to the Scooby Gang to get the party back on track and save the day!
The Last of Mrs Cheyney: There is a big charity function at the house of Mrs. Cheyney and a lot of society is present. With her rich husband, deceased, rich old Lord Kelton and playboy Lord Arthur Dilling are both very interested in the mysterious Fay. Invited to the house of the Duchess, Fay is again the center of attention for Arthur and Kelton with her leaning towards stuffy old Kelton. When Arthur sees Charles, Fay\'s Butler, lurking in the gardens, he remembers that Charles was a thief caught in Monte Carlo and he figures that Fay may be more interested in the pearls of the Duchess, which she is. After Fay takes the pearls, but before she can toss them out the window, she is caught by Arthur who is very disappointed in how things are turning out.
Vice Academy: Two female cops go undercover to bust a porno ring.
Lady Luck: Through their individual trials and turbulence, three strangers are drawn together under one roof. Gabriele is running from a philandering, egotistical, soon-to-be former husband while ...
Handle with Care: This movie interlaces the stories of several characters in a small town united by their use of CB (citizen\'s band) radio. Paul LeMat is the local CB coordinator who has time for little else in his life. His father, Roberts Blossom is a sour old man who is nice on the radio. Charles Napier is a trucker hospitalized after an accident, with hilarious consequences.
So Fine: While trying to get his father out of a financial jam, a man comes up with an idea that turns into an unexpected overnight financial fashion success - the bottomless pants.
Dji. Death Sails: Bad days at work may happen in anyone\'s life, even if you are a Grim Reaper.
Little Man of Steel: Lois and Clark go on their next great adventure - condom-shopping.
A suit-wearing briefcase-carrying baby pairs up with his seven-year old brother to stop the dastardly plot of the CEO of Puppy Co.
Teen Witch: Louise is not very popular at her highschool. Then she learns that she's descended from the witches of Salem and has inherited their powers...
A young designer and a married executive may be about to start an affair. A series of lunch hours play out the relationship.
Rifftrax: Viva Knievel!: Evel Knievel was a 70s icon most known for the “stunt” of flying across the country to beat his former promoter, an executive at 20th Century Fox, outside the studio commissary with an aluminum baseball bat, shattering the man’s arm while shouting “I’m going to kill you!” Okay, that’s not what he’s most known for, but it’s what he should be most known for. I mean, did you know that? We didn’t know that. But it just might come up once or twice in our new Rifftrax of Viva Knievel!
Rifftrax: Coffeehouse Rendezvous: The youth of today no longer content to roll a hoop with a stick play endless hours of mumbly peg or work a lathe at a factory 14 hours a day for just pennies need something to occupy them. Crime sprees are not the whole answer. No they need a place where they can rap just let it all hang out encounter one another preferably over terrible boiled coffee. The short Coffeehouse Rendezvous makes a strong case that what these kids need is a coffeehouse rendezvous. Mike Kevin and Bill remain unconvinced.
Go Get Some Rosemary: After months of being alone, sad, busy, sidetracked, free, lofty, late and away from his kids, Lenny, 34 with graying frazzled hair, picks his kids up from school. Every year he spends a couple of weeks with his sons Sage, 9, and Frey, 7. Lenny juggles his kids and everything else all within a midtown studio apartment in New York City. He ultimately faces the choice of being their father or their friend all with the idea that these two weeks must last 6 months. In these two weeks, a trip upstate, visitors from strange lands, a mother, a girlfriend, "magic" blankets, and complete lawlessness seem to take over their lives. The film is a swan song to excuses and responsibilities; to fatherhood and self-created experiences, and to what it's like to be truly torn between being a child and being an adult.
Rifftrax: Drugs Are Like That: There are so many things to which drugs can be compared that to even attempt to catalog them would be an act of incomprehensible madness. Yet in this pastel colored 1970s nightmare two hard-of-hearing loggorrheic pre-teens are up to the task! Have you always wondered Are drugs like pumpkins? Like small willow saplings? Like those bags of cotton candy you can buy in gift shops? Find out as Mike Kevin and Bill go once more unto the breach!!...If you enjoyed this please follow the link to purchase this its only .99 or please follow the second link and make a donation to them.
T.J. Miller: Meticulously Ridiculous: HD. T.J. Miller is all wet in this hilarious glimpse at his first HBO stand-up special, \' T.J. Miller: Meticulously Ridiculous.\'
Up the Front: Frankie Howerd stars in this comedy as a lowly boot-boy who is a terrible coward. He only goes to war in 1914 after he has been hypnotised to 'save England'. With the German master plan tattooed on his backside (this is the only way he could get the plan back to the British), he goes to the British headquarters, with the Germans in hot pursuit, to try and 'hand over the plans'!!!
Heyy Babyy: Aarush, Ali and Tanmay wake up to find a baby left outside their door.
The Luck of the Irish : Kyle Johnson (Ryan Merriman) is a popular basketball player in junior high school who has never known about his heritage. He is often told by his best friend, Russell Halloway (Glenndon Chatman), that he is the luckiest person he has ever known. He is always finding money on the street, so he doesn't have to bring lunch money, he never misses a shot, when playing basketball, and when he hasn't finished his social studies test, he guesses on all the answers, only to have them be all correct
When a radio falls from the sky into the hands of a wide-eyed Tibetan Mastiff, he leaves home to fulfill his dream of becoming a musician, setting into motion a series of completely unexpected events.
Law of Desire: A film makers sexual disorientation jeopardizes his latest project.
A rookie officer is teamed with a hardened pro at the California Highway Patrol, though the newbie soon learns his partner is really an undercover Fed investigating a heist that may involved some crooked cops.
Stuart Little 2: Stuart and Snowbell set out across town to rescue a friend.
Stuart Little: The Little family adopt a charming young mouse named Stuart, but the family cat wants rid of him.
Russell Brand Scandalous - Live at the O2 Arena: Russell talks about the scandals in which he has been involved, and the press and public's reactions to them, then finishes by talking about sex.
Eddie Izzard: Force Majeure Live: Force Majeure Live was filmed during Eddie\'s mammoth 2013/2014 tour and takes you on a truly hilarious journey, offering a rare glimpse in to the mind of the master of surrealism.
Lee Mack Live: Hit the Road Mack: Lee Mack, star of BBC comedy shows \'Not Going Out\' and \'Would I Lie To You?\', delivers his high-energy banter and sharp one-liners to the audience of the London Hammersmith Apollo, filmed over seven nights of shows.
Lee Mack Going Out Live: Critically acclaimed BAFTA-winning star of BBC Ones Not Going Out and Would I Lie To You? Returns to the live stage with a hotly anticipated new show. Lee brings his trademark brand of high energy banter, well crafted gags and sharp one-liners to venues across the country in his national sell-out live show, Going Out Live.
And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird: Two boys follow in their late fathers foot steps by inventing weird and wonderful gadgets. Trouble lies ahead when after a halloween party the spirit of their father ends up in the latest invention, a robot.
Up Pompeii: Roman slave Lurkio inadvertently becomes the possessor of a scroll naming the proposed assassins of the Emperor Nero. Administering to the participants of his master's orgy guests seems small compared to the trouble the scroll brings - but all are in for a nasty shock when Mount Vesuvius decides to erupt.
Rifftrax: Prisoners of the Lost Universe: When a local TV host gets into a car accident with an electrician, she didn\'t count on one thing: that he would be the two time state champion who had also defended the interstate trophy in the ancient art of Kendo Swords. Because honestly, why would you count on that? It\'s patently absurd, clearly some sort of horrible plot contrivance. What the hell is a kendo sword anyways? Certainly nothing a grown man should be messing around with.
Netherbeast Incorporated: A quirky twist on the vampire tale, set in modern day corporate America.
Rifftrax - The Guy From Harlem: The Guy from Harlem is the first blaxploitation film we\'ve ever riffed. Why? To quote the temperamental yet ultimately quite sensitive gangster Harry De Bauld, a character you will grow to love as much as we do - well, it\'s...it\'s kinda personal. Okay it\'s not actually personal at all, it\'s just that the movie is really, really funny. It trades most of the sleaze, grime, and, well, exploitation that you expect from the genre for dopiness, sexual situations that fail to lead to actual sex, a clumsy confused sweetness, and more botched lines per minute than anything we\'ve ever seen.
The Escort: Desperate for a good story, a sex-addicted journalist throws himself into the world of high-class escorts when he starts following a Stanford-educated prostitute.
The untold story of Mexico\'s greatest and most beloved comedy film star of all time, from his humble origins on the small stage to the bright lights of Hollywood.
\"Sweaty men!\" enthuses Bob Honcho. The Steve Reeves adventure film, The Giant of Marathon (1959), aka The Giant of Marathon, features lots of sweaty men. And that\'s as good a reason as any to give it a commentary track. Enter the Film Crew, three repairmen whose lowly employment includes providing these tracks for crummy movies. The threesome suffer through the homoerotic antics of the ancient Greeks, portrayed mainly by hairless musclemen wearing what look like gleaming white diapers. They mock the token temptress for looking like the Joker and the token female lead for seeming uninterested in her leading man. But they can\'t blame her. With a suitor who asks his comrades for baby wipes (at least in their version), she\'s probably better off without him.
Vir Das Abroad Understanding: Comedian Vir Das critiques nationalism, globalism and bad politics in two performances in New York and New Delhi.
A filmed version of the Broadway show starring comedienne Gilda Radner, complete with the characters she made famous on the TV show \"Saturday Night Live.\"