The Call of the Road

In 1820 a disowned gambler becomes a boxer and save his noble uncle from a highway man.

Sheriff Callie's Wild West: Howdy Partner

Welcome to the frontier town of "Nice and Friendly Corners," where lovable Calico cat Sheriff Callie is the bravest, kindest leader to ever roam the West! Together with her trusty horse Sparkly and sidekicks Toby the cactus and Deputy Peck the woodpecker, Callie comes to the rescue and lays down the law. And with each musical adventure, learn important lessons about fairness, honesty and good morals. It's the perfect mix of good ol' friendship and laughter for your little one!

Don’t Call It Road Rap - A Noisey Film

After 'Skepta: Top Boy' and 'Noisey Blackpool' comes our latest UK documentary - Don’t Call It Road Rap hosted by legend of UK music, Mike Skinner. 'Don’t Call It Road Rap' was filmed around London over a year, investigating the explosion of UK rap and follows some of the most important MCs as they try to focus on music and keep their lives on a positive track. The film features the likes of Section Boyz, C Biz, 67, Corleone, Potter Payper and Skore Beezy.

07 things to know before calling psychic

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Louis L'Amour Double Feature: Hondo and the Apaches / The Man Called Noon 1993

Featuring two big-screen adaptations of classic novels by Louis L'Amour, this double feature is a treat for fans of great Westerns. The Man Called Noon stars Richard Crenna as an amnesiac wanderer in search of his past. Hondo and the Apaches stars Ralph Taeger as a frontier scout charged with the impossible task of negotiating peace between the volatile soldiers at Fort Lowell and a headstrong Apache chief.

A Place Called Okavango 1993

Meet the MacKenzies, an ordinary American family that has extraordinary adventures when they travel to Africa to oversee a game preserve they've inherited. Michele Scarabelli, Steve Kanaly and Wayne Crawford star in this exciting family drama filmed in Botswana, Zimbabwe and Namibia. While trying to settle into their new life, the family gets embroiled in a conflict between the government and a tribe over an ancient burial site.

What?! Call Girls

As phone sex becomes a widespread trend, countless ladies are entering the lucrative business looking to cash in on the phenomenon. WHAT!? Call Girls unveils the unlikely women at the bottom of the dirty talk.

A Film Called Drama

It's over a year since Anna split from John and life is only getting harder. She isn't landing auditions and the pressure from family to make it work or call it quits is ever increasing. Fearing a future as uncertain as the present, Anna travels to Paris to the home of her best friend Jean. Life for Jean seems stable. He's given up acting and is settling down with his French partner Philippe. The timing of Anna's arrival isn't great however; Philippe's mother is dying and it's taking its toll on them both. Thankful for an easy excuse to escape, Jean dedicates his time and attention to Anna who herself is devoted to another task entirely.

The Call to Spring 1978

In 18th century Slovenia ruled by the Habsburg dynasty, a troop of soldiers are ordered to prevent the Shrovetide carnival by force and two youngsters are killed in the fight that ensue.

Please Call It Murder 1975

The wife of an executive finds her husband shot to death and destroys his suicide note in order to claim his insurance.

Cattle Call

Cattle Call is a high-speed animated documentary about the art of livestock auctioneering. Structured around the mesmerizing talents of 2007 Man-Sask Auctioneer Champion, Tim Dowler, and using a variety of classic and avant-garde animation techniques (including stop-motion, cut-outs, open-exposures, hole-punching and rubbing lettraset directly on the celluloid) filmmakers Maryniuk and Rankin have created images as dazzlingly abstract, absurd and adrenalizing as the incredible language of auctioneering itself. This hallucinogenic study of what Werner Herzog has termed the poetry of capitalism.