Arkin escapes with his life from the vicious grips of "The Collector" during an entrapment party where he adds beautiful Elena to his "Collection." Instead of recovering from the trauma, Arkin is suddenly abducted from the hospital by mercenaries hired by Elena's wealthy father. Arkin is blackmailed to team up with the mercenaries and track down The Collector's booby trapped warehouse and save Elena.
A young girl enters a secret room in a mortuary and learns the backstory of the mortician’s favorite deaths.
Paris, 1942. In the middle of the Occupation, Victor Gence, an unscrupulous merchant, buys, at vastly low prices, artworks belonging to Jewish collectors. Informed by a concierge, he manages to enter the apartment of Mr. Klein who apparently has a fabulous collection.
An anonymous web presenter offers up a collection of death themed segments presented in a shockumentary style a la Faces of Death.
Pixar's unprecedented string of hit animated features was built on the short films in this collection. John Lasseter and Ed Catmull used these cartoons the way Walt Disney used the "Silly Symphonies" during the 1930s: as a training ground for artists and a way to explore the potential of a new medium. Although it's only 90 seconds long, "Luxo, Jr." (1986) ranks as the "Steamboat Willie" of computer animation: For the first time, audiences believed CG characters could think and feel. (It was also the first CG film to make audiences laugh.) The long-unseen films for Sesame Street are an unexpected bonus.
Disney and Pixar present an incredible new collection of 12 short films, featuring multiple Academy Award® nominees (Best Short Film, Animated: "Presto," 2008; "Day & Night," 2010; "La Luna," 2011) and a host of family favorites. Join the celebration of imagination with this collection, packed with unforgettable animation, fantastic stories and captivating characters. Plus, enjoy all-new extras that share how Pixar's storied talent got their start — including student films from acclaimed directors John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton and Pete Docter!
The complete collection of Depeche Modes videos.
INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING SHORTS: "John Henry," "Lorenzo," "The Little Matchgirl," "How To Hook Up Your Home Theater," "Tick Tock Tale," "Prep & Landing: Operation Secret Santa," "The Ballad Of Nessie," "Tangled Ever After," "Paperman," "Get A Horse!", "Feast," "Frozen Fever"
The Minions are back along with some new friends in three hilariously fun short films: Competition, Cro Minion, and Binky Nelson Unpacified.
Over the course of more than two decades, Birmingham's UB40 have become global ambassadors for reggae, a journey captured perfectly on The Collection. This programme is split into two main sections: a 26-track video collection and a documentary detailing their 20th anniversary concert in September 2001. Forgoing chronology in favour of a more random approach, the video selection is slightly disjointed on a visual level, leaping from decade to decade within the space of a couple of tracks. While they have never made a truly great video (most feature the band lip-synching in various places around the world) UB40 have certainly been prolific over the years. "One In Ten" and "Food for Thought", their earliest work, represented the sound of young, multicultural Britain just as well as the more lauded Specials. And while there have perhaps been a few too many covers in recent times, it is hard to deny the effectiveness of "Red, Red Wine" and "Kingston Town".
A witty and eye-opening tour through Borowczyk's own collection of vintage erotica. Originally intended as part of his 'Contes immoraux', it was released first as a separate short, and is therefore marks the turning-point between Borowczyk's career as a highly-regarded animator and surrealist filmmaker, and his subsequent career in the sexploitation field.
Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Wallace and Gromit - the Academy Award winning claymated pair have specially re-mastered all four of their smashing half hour specials packed along with all 10 shorts from Wallace & Gromit Cracking Contraptions series
This collection features all of New Order's groundbreaking videos, including 'Bizarre Love', 'Triangle', 'Blue Monday' and 'True Faith' plus alternate versions and brand new videos for 'Temptation' and 'Ceremony' created just for this compilation. It also includes the latest video from their current album - the title track 'Waiting for the Sirens Call'. Tracklist: 'Ceremony', 'Confusion', 'The Perfect Kiss', 'Shellshock', 'State of the Nation', 'Temptation', 'Bizarre Love Triangle', 'True Faith', 'Touched By the Hand of God', 'Blue Monday', 'Fine Time', 'Round & Round', 'Run', 'World in Motion', 'Regret', 'Ruined in a Day', 'World', 'Spooky', '1963', 'Crystal', '60 Miles an Hour', 'Here To Stay', 'Krafty', 'Jetstream' and 'Waiting for the Sirens' Call'.
Mieczysław lives with his wife, Wladzia, in a small, lost village. Being on the edge of life he lives a simple life, taking care of his disabled wife. In his spare time, the old man tries to save relics of the past fot the future generations.
From creepy cool dances to extra-scare-icular activities, everyone’s favorite ghoulfriends are making the grade in these adventures full of electrifying secrets, killer style and fangtastic fun.
Short documentary showing the workings of a large London sorting office.
With over 100 million albums sold in the course of a career now in its fourth decade, Billy Joel is one of the most beloved entertainers in the world. Now, for the first time on DVD, a comprehensive selection of Billy's innovative, visually compelling music videos have been brought together for The Ultimate Collection. A stunning group of videos and special live performances spanning the entire career of this Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame honouree. The Ultimate Collection showcases the thoughtful lyrics and musical sophistication that make Billy Joel a legend of American music. Whether you're a long-time Billy Joel fan or looking for an introduction to the man and his work, The Ultimate Collection is a great addition to your DVD library. Bonus tracks include the MTV favourite "She's Right On Time" and a rare early promotional video of "James", both previously unavailable on home video.
It is the year 1967. After five happy years of marriage in New York with Alberto and their young son, Anna Ribera returns to Spain to take her project Velvet to the next level. She and Alberto had been managing all things Velvet from across the ocean and, together with their best friends and partners, had made a name for Velvet as the number one address in the world of fashion and innovation. Now they decide to take the next step and turn their reputation into a franchise, first at home, then abroad. The first step is opening shop in the other great Spanish city, Barcelona, on its world famous promenade, the Passeig de Gracia. There, the second Velvet Fashion Store is about to open its gates, managed by Ana's good friend Clara who had made it up the career ladder from seamstress to directorial assistant in the Madrid Velvet years.