Why would someone choose to be gay? And why would they do it in Kansas, a state notoriously tough on gay people? "Out Here In Kansas" is the directorial debut of longtime journalist Adam Knapp, who explores the tumultuous relationship between Christians and the LGBT community. While interviewing a gay football player and his Christian pastor, Knapp himself unexpectedly became part of the story.
Full Moon is honored to bring you Trailers From Hell: HAMMER HORROR! Sam Hamm presents SCREAM OF FEAR, Joe Dante presents TASTE THE BLOOD OF DRACULA, Mick Garris presents THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES, Joe Dante presents THE FIENDISH GHOULS, Edgar Wright presents DOCTOR TERROR’S HOUSE OF HORRORS. TRAILERS FROM HELL is a virtual film school crushed into bloody, brilliant byte sized master classes.
All Male, All Nude. is a cutting-edge journey into the taboo world of male stripping. The men living this life can't be boxed in nor can those who pay to watch them strip. LGBTQ favorite actor Gerald McCullouch (BearCity, CSI) takes a step behind the camera in this first of a serious of projects exploring similar locations throughout the country.
A hand-picked selection of 47 of the rarest, bloodiest and goriest horror/action movie trailers ever assembled! The trailers are being presented by the drooling half-wit, cannibal projectionist, Mad Ron, who, for safety reasons is chained between the projectors!
Climbing's greatest stories, stars & sends. Reel Rock 12 premieres four short films (Above the Sea, Break On Through, Safety Third and Stumped) that deliver heart-racing action, big laughs and pure inspiration. Featuring Margo Hayes, the first woman to climb 5.15; Brad Gobright, a free soloist with a donut addiction; Chris Sharma's return and the irrepressible one-handed climber, Maureen Beck.
The St. Paul Saints entered Minnesota in 1992 and played their first game in 1993. Many thought this plucky little organization wouldn't last past that first year. Instead, they have brought millions of people joy, laughter, and long-lasting memories. Take a journey through the past 25 years of the Saints and see how they became one of the most successful minor league baseball teams of all time.
A movie about a movie theater? In a culture where digital movie presentation is taking over, Out of Print explores the importance of revival cinema and 35mm film exhibition as seen through the lens of the patrons of the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles. Featuring interviews with a who's who of influential independent film creatives including Patton Oswalt, Seth Green, Joe Carnahan and more!