“90 minutes of normal madness”. A wonderful comedy for the whole family! Dr. Lisa Leland is a brilliant young surgeon who unfortunately lacks any compassion for her patients. She sees her future at the side of her rich friend in a luxury clinic for the rich and beautiful. On the way to this new super job, Lisa remains in Normal, a 300-soul village where she has to have her car repaired. In addition, she is thrown by a judge, who is also the doctor and pastor of the village, on two days of charitable work, because she can not pay her penalties (in the absence of a cash machine).
For a few days, she is forced to admit the life and the people in this village and refrain from her usual luxury and modern means of communication. But the apparent curse turns out to be a blessing. Because what Lisa is experiencing about herself, her life and God changes her view from the ground …
Not a good day for the ever-drunk Captain Ray Brady (Casper Van Dien). After a long time he has a job again and can rent his ship for a sea burial. But before the corpse can be buried, a shark monster with octopus arms reaches for the dead and devours him along with a part of the horrified mourning community. Ray receives a mission from the voodoo priest to bring the monster to the track. In the meantime the German-born scientist Dr. Elsa Reinhart (Catherine Oxenberg) tries to get the battered baseball player Felix Rosa (Mario Arturo Hernádez) back in shape by combining his DNA with that of a Wales and a wolf. As it turns out, a serious mistake, because Rosa mutates immediately to whalewolf! It does not take long and the two monsters meet for an ultimate fight …
Finally the master of the trash horror is back with the new part 3 of the cultic Sharktopus series! On Sharktopus, his toughest opponent is waiting this time: Whalewolf, a mixture of killer whale and werewolf! The ultimate fight starts and stars like Casper van Dien (Starship Troopers), music legends Iggy Pop and Catherine Oxenberg (Denver Clan) are in the middle instead of only!
The two siblings Ryan (John Paul Rutton) and Emma (Ella Ballentine) wanted to visit their father in Africa and spend a wonderful weekend with him. But the small supply aircraft that she is supposed to bring to him is in serious turmoil and they must land in the middle of the Serengeti. Since the entire radio system is destroyed and the pilot is hardly conscious, the siblings and Huskie Chinook have to go on a dangerous journey through the wilderness. After they were able to free a young elephant bull from a desperate position, they also have an imposing protector at their side. However, you will only be able to defy all dangers and win the race against time, if they hold tightly together and face their fears …
The success story of Part 1 is back and an exciting adventure hit with fantastic animal recordings in the second round! A must for fans of the first part or films like “Wolfsblut” or “Der weiße Löwe”!
“It is a great pleasure to be able to experience all these animals in their natural habitat in a film.” (Kidsfirst.org)
“We are very happy to be able to lend this fantastic film to our family-friendly entertainment seal. For all who appreciate a good story, with many animals.” (Dove.org)
“An exciting adventure film, also for younger children.” (Themoviescene.co.uk)
“A lot of excitement, charity and a little humor make this movie the perfect weekend movie.” (Bazoof.com)
On the coastline of Windholm one morning 15 years ago the ocean just disappeared. Since then the emptiness has been raising questions and anxiety. The cause of the phenomenon remains unclear. With a new theory at hand the physicist Micha (28) is one of many young scientists who is trying to get his hands on to one of his university’s rare scholarships to explore the phenomena. After the many years of work he has put into the project he must once again see how a bold idea ends at the doors of the antiquated establishment – he receives a rejection.
At the same time Jana (31), daughter of the institute’s boss and Micha’s former colleague on the project, resurfaces at the university. This doesn’t make the situation any easier for Micha. A year ago she left him and the project and ran off to Portugal. Jana has now returned to put a definite end to her scientific career – but there is something else: Jana has to clarify something with Micha. When Micha decides to take the trip to Windholm to prove his hypothesis despite the rejection and without official permission she joins him.
In Windholm the young scientists are confronted with the remains of a village community that has never been able to overcome their trauma. On the day the ocean disappeared – so did all the children from the village. But have the kids really drowned that day? Their bodies were never found. Micha clings to rational thinking and only the scientific phenomenon is of his concern. But as his measurements take longer than planned the village pulls him deeper and deeper into its spell. Micha meets Hanna (19) the only remaining child. She tries to rebuild the neglected public pool, guides tourists through the village and is convinced that the kids are still out there somewhere. Jana strikes the thought that it is no coincidence that Micha and her have been lead to this place.
Abandoned houses and playgrounds, a small footprint on the empty ground of the ocean, the room of a boy who dreamt of becoming an astronaut – this is where Micha and Jana have to come to terms with their own past and a loss.
Directed by Sebastian Hilger, written by Nadine Gottmann, starring Max Mauff (“Victoria”), Lana Cooper (“Love Steaks”, “Beat Beat Heart”) and Swantje Kohlhof.
After years, Emilie (26) meets her brother Jakob (22). With him she shares not only the loss of the parents, but also a secret … On Emily’s wish, the jointly-inherited holiday home is to be sold in the Swiss Alps. The young entrepreneur is dependent on the money as opposed to skateboard professional Jakob.
The business of her parents, which she took with her friend Andreas (29), is highly indebted. Emilie deliberately tries to distance herself from emotions, which have been successfully displaced over the years. But Jacob’s direct and unrulled nature is increasingly shaking her cool façade.
The vastness and unspoilt nature of the mountain landscape offers the two an unfamiliar freedom. But the more Emilie represses reality, the more Jacob wants a decision about their common future. The rational relationship with Andreas and the deep affection for Jakob are inevitably opposed. But can the two siblings really live a love that must remain invisible?
Running high on gasoline, stoner and good old sex, drugs & rock’n’roll – heading straight for sundown on a bunch of post-apocalyptic choppers! The barren wastelands of Victoria, Australia provides Zombie Motors Wrecking Yard with the ideal background, and if that gets boring, there`s always crappy exploitation B-movies on TV. These Galactic Motherfuckers might have heard of Red Fang, ZZ Top, Clutch, Black Label Society and so forth, but then the merry bunch decided to spice things up with nasty Ministry-style grooves and dirtiest Sci-Fi. Their debut Supersonic Rock`n`Roll is a giant baseball bat to Godzilla`s ugly maw, we kid you not!
A smashing debut from the Australian desert!
CLUTCH & KYUSS-style grooves & campy Sci-Fi combined with the good old sex, drugs & rock’n’ roll attitude.
* selected Territories (World -AT, -CA, -CH, -DE, -GB, -IE, -US)
How did a provincial rabble-rouser from Austria rise to become Germany’s messianic “Führer”? Why did Germans from all walks of life embrace the fascist Nazi philosophy and willingly follow Hitler into a titanic conflict and utter destruction? Joachim C. Fest and Christian Herrendoerfer‘s meticulously assembled film dissects the Third Reich with a keen analytical blade, charting Hitler’s improbable rise, his mastery of imagery and crowd psychology, and his consummate skill in exploiting the weaknesses in others. Examining the public and private dynamics of Nazism’s unhinged dictatorship by making use of an amazing array of never-before-seen film footage from secret archives and private collections, “Hitler – A Career” uncovers the deeper causes behind the rise and fall of Adolph Hitler and the Third Reich.
Including footage of Adolph Hitler, Eva Braun, Josef Goebbels, Hermann Göring, Reinhard Heydrich, Heinrich Himmler, Rudolf Hess, Benito Mussolini, Erwin Rommel, Albert Speer, Paul von Hindenburg, Joachim von Ribbentrop, Neville Chamberlain, Charles Chaplin, Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, Ernst Lubitsch and many more…
Hofmann & Weigold new track “Eve” is the 100th release on their label Seveneves Records, that is celebrating its two-year anniversary on February 10th. Their first track “Ease” reached already national and international successes. The emotional and catchy vocals make “Eve” unique and create a striking bassline in the second part of the track. “Eve” is a deep and at the same time powerful track, ideal for the club. What a massive tune!
Feld & Rieger, Mikadoo – Foolish EP (Tonboutique)
Feld&Rieger+Mikadoo, an artist trio from Berlin that stands for some massive groove monsters. Some ass-shakin’ combination of percussion and deep bass you can’t resist. We are excited about their debut release on Tonboutique Records. The label with the button.
Kai Pattenberg – Harmonic Silencer EP (Hardwandler Records)
This is the next Release of the Hardwandler Artist Kai Pattenberg with Remixes by Tobias Lueke aka O.B.I, David Braun, Alain Delay and Rodrigo Rosso.
Alex Greed – Tilt (Seveneves Records)
In 2016, Alex Greed dropped two time bombs with epic vocals from German singer and songwriter Jay Valleé. Both tracks, “I Am Here” and “Alive” featuring Fil Alberga have successfully increased Alex’s international fanbase. As Alex dives deeper into the House music scene this year, he’ll be releasing a new track dedicated to the 90’s: “Tilt”. Coined by TR-303 Acid-Sounds, “Tilt” will fresh up the club scene with its impulsive spectre. This wicked old-school single is branded by extravagant vocals and a high-driven bassline to make this track one of a kind.