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.
This British series flips the typical zombie narrative and turns it into a sensitive family drama, also managing to throw some biting social commentary into the mix.
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.
Auteur director Jane Campion brings her considerable talent to the small screen with this oddly compelling rural noire.
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.