Carmen's caught in a virtual reality game designed by the Kids' new nemesis, the Toymaker. It's up to Juni to save his sister, and ultimately the world.
Three friends are on the verge of getting their video game financed when their benefactor is taken hostage by terrorists.
The Xbox Originals documentary that chronicles the fall of the Atari Corporation through the lens of one of the biggest mysteries of all time, dubbed “The Great Video Game Burial of 1983.” Rumor claims that millions of returned and unsold E.T. cartridges were buried in the desert, but what really happened there?
A movie inspired by a true crime - the coldblooded Heino double murder, committed by a group of teenagers - that shocked Finland in 2001.
Short depicting the endings of various classic video games in a whimsical fashion.
Actress Tina moves to Germany after falling in love. After two American friends fly over to visit, the three are all kidnapped by an sadistic maniac. He plays brutal and primitive games with them, and every attempt they make to escape leads them deeper into hell!
Garry Kasparov is possibly the greatest chess player who has ever lived. In 1997, he played a match against the greatest chess computer: IBM's Deep Blue. He lost. This film depicts the drama that happened away from the chess board from Kasparov's perspective. It explores the psychological aspects of the game and the paranoia surrounding IBM's ultimate chess machine.
treet fighter Victor Knox (Andre McCoy), just freed from prison, needs money to be re-united with his wife and child. When invited to join an underground fight tournament promising easy cash, he quickly signs up. Under constant surveillance by virtual spectators, the matches becomes increasingly violent; Vic soon finds himself held captive in a game of endless fighting. To free himself, he must confront the game's creator, known only as The Ref (Daz Crawford, UK Gladiators' "Diesel").
Urban Dance Theatre presents the performance-film inspired by Julio Cortázar’s vivid literary legacy.
An unidentified woman on the run from a mysterious bald man seeks sanctuary with Alex, a pinball enthusiast. But when the bald man's secret is revealed, Alex is left wondering if he should have gotten involved.
A child addicted to video games spends most of the time in front of his computer living in the world in which his heroes do. One day it runs into a situation that every "gamer" subconsciously wishes - to literally became part of the game.
Singles Match REY FENIX vs. Lio Rush Singles Match Adam Cole vs. Matthew Riddle Singles Match Jeff Cobb vs. Keith Lee Singles Match Michael Elgin vs. Kyle O'Reilly Tag Team Match War Machine (Hanson & Raymond Rowe) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) Non-Title Singles Match Zack Sabre, Jr. vs. Dick Togo Reseda Street Fight "The Villain" Marty Scurll vs. "The Kentucky Gentleman" Chuck Taylor
Cybergeist takes the viewer on a deep dive into a future that is already secretly happening all around us. A future that is affecting modern warfare, the health of our planet, and every aspect of our daily lives. There is no part of government, the military, private industry, or our learning institutions that is not affected by what filmmaker Tim Crawford calls the Cybergeist Matrix.
A crew digs up all of the old Atari 2600 game cartridges of "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" that were tossed into a landfill in the 1980s.
Video and computer games represent a $6 billion a year industry. One out of every ten households in American owns a Sony Playstation. Children who own video game equipment play an average of ten hours per week. And yet, despite capturing the attention of millions of children worldwide, video games remain one of the least scrutinized cultural industries. Game Over is the first educational documentary to address the fastest growing segment of the media through engaging questions of gender, race and violence. Game Over offers a refreshing dialogue about the complex and controversial topic of video game violence, and is designed to encourage high school and college students to think critically about the video games they play. - See more at: http://www.mediaed.org/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=205#sthash.f6Cram5T.dpuf
"The Game is Over": four words spoken by Georges Walker Bush, President of the United States, on a sunny morning of February 2003. A friend's television screen, economic war, spontaneous demonstrations, 'a camera. Helicopters. Gilles Deleuze. And the hope of a last smile.
You saw the movie PAID IN FULL. Now here is the uncut documentary of the rise and fall of Richard Porter, AZ, and Alpo. Living by the code of the streets, these three best friends pursued the American dream and became major players in the New York drug trade by the ages of 16 and 17.
Game Over is an American computer-animated television series created by David Sacks, produced by Carsey-Werner Productions, and broadcast on UPN in 2004. It was canceled due to low ratings. Game Over focused on what happens to video game characters after the game ends. The show is based around the Smashenburns, a far-from-ordinary suburban family that lives in an alternate video game universe. The show made numerous references to video games and even featured certain game characters as cameos. For example, Crash Bandicoot appears on a Got Milk? billboard whilst creatures from Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee appear in one of the episodes. Marisa Tomei voiced the character of Raquel Smashenburn in the show's unaired pilot episode, but scheduling problems saw Lucy Liu take over the role for the actual series. Game Over was heavily hyped by UPN before its debut. Some were skeptical of Game Over due to UPN's track record with their cartoons, but the show generally received positive press upon its airing. Despite this, only six episodes were made, which aired on a variety of different days – the fourth and fifth episodes were broadcast on April 2, 2004, and the sixth episode was not aired.