The latest film from writer-director Matt Riddlehoover offers a look at the stress that relationships incur due to unplanned pregnancies.
With an affable, easy manner, iconic figure skater Randy Gardner recounts both triumph and tragedy, from his upbringing to his decades-long career.
Oversized ants and a possessed snake are the mutants on display in Scream Factory's latest Blu-ray.
This debut novel by Will Walton tells the poignant story of a young man's personal journey on the road to self-acceptance, but also serves as an honest exploration of how a first crush can blind us from the love we receive from everyone else.
In "Blackhat," sexy Australian actor Chris Hemsworth teams up with the detailed director Michael Mann in a paranoiac examination of global cybercrime. A black hat being the epitome of what the public fears when they hear the word "hacker."
Filmmaker Dean Francis adapts the Stephen Davis play "Drown" to cinematic form, co-writing the screenplay with Davis and handling directorial duties.
Writer-director Philippe Audi-Dor's film
"Wasp" is an itchy, anxiety-inducing three-hander full of crackling performances, desire, and apprehension.
Porn impresario Chuck Holmes not only re-shaped the "gay look," but walked the walk of true gay power, presenting sex as something fun and worthy of celebration before demonstrating that participation in politics isn't selling out.