The Betrayal by Technology: A Portrait of Jacques Ellul 1992

A portrait of Jacques Ellul, a French theologian/sociologist & anarchist who first became well-known to American readers with the English publishing of his book The Technological Society in 1964. For Ellul, technique represented an entire way of life characterized by life fragmented so that efficiency ultimately rules over all ethical decisions. Ellul warned that technique was having drastic effects on all aspects of modern life. Many Green Anarchists have cited Ellul's work on technique as influential on their thought.

Puzzle 1978

A man oppressed by his wife's authoritarian ways designs the perfect crime to rid himself of her for good, but something doesn't work in the plan in this Diabolique-inspired thriller. Made for Italian television.

Fighting for Gemma 1993

When a four year old and other children in same neighborhood develop leukaemia, the parents suspect a nearby factory. Based on real events.

Un Ballo In Maschera 1991

Verdi's opera performed by the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by James Levine. Starring Luciano Pavarotti.

Billenium 1974

Two roommates discover an extra personal space that they have never known.Things become complicated when they allow two other close friends to share the space, and the ensuing snowball effect of their invitees bringing family to live in the room.

Demon, Demon 1975

An executive falls in love with and marries his secretary. However, he soon begins to suspect that she may be a demon who is after possession of his soul.

Exam Hell 1982

A student, running late on the day of the Tokyo Imperial University entrance exams, calls in a fake bomb threat in order to arrive on time.

Growing Pains 1980

After the death of their son William Morton, the diplomat Laurie Morton and her husband, the scientist Terence Morton adopt a boy, James. From the moment James moves to Morton's house in the country on, weird things happen with the family. Released on TV in the UK as part of the Hammer House of Horror series, this was a VHS feature release in the U.S. with added Elvira commentary on the ThrillerVideo label.