Riding Giants turns a doter's lens on the pioneers of big wave surf and translates sun-drenched subculture into pop philosophy.
Brosnan is a globe-trotting assassin. Kinnear is a salesman from the Midwest. If you think you know what you're going to get from this killer thriller, you're in for a few surprises.
Gritty, violent and sexy (possibly to a fault), Banshee blends the heist-driven hard boil of Richard Stark's Hunter books with the high octane action of McG's Fast & the Furious.
Playing to the adage that any half-good idea is at least worthy of its own reality show, Showtime blurs the lines on its own queer-culture hit — The L Word.
The intimate conclaves of evangelism's child ministries are brought to light in this documentary, proving that nothing is so fierce — or fearsome — as the belief of a child.
The brilliance and absurdity of children is literally super-sized in this series, as a father reenacts actual interactions with his toddling daughter — played by an adult male.
This fantasy about a young couple who find a magic teapot takes its cues from the modern fables of John Hughes and Spielberg, but delivers them with a masochistic twist.
Get a peak into the weird and hilarious world of wacky-tobacky smoking hipsters, as their bicycle-riding dealer glides in and out of their lives with increasingly odd consequences.