A 10-year-old Bedouin orphan embarks on a treacherous journey to guide a British soldier through inhospitable desert, past mercenaries and renegades.
Social media sensation Rob Delaney takes his crass sound bites to the stage in this sometimes cringe-inducing standup comedy special.
Former bodybuilder Jon Mikl Thor became a rock star in the 1970s, and after a disappointing retirement attempts to regain his heavy metal glory.
Striking the right good-natured tone between admiration and amusement, I Am Thor isn't particularly slickly or imaginatively packaged, but its straightforward DIY presentation feels apt.
Basing their show on the premise that life is absurd everywhere and always, the Birthday Boys comedy troupe brings its manic style to television.
It is quite disturbing, mostly in a good way.
This intriguing documentary charts the history of photographer Alberto Korda's iconic portrait of Argentinean revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara.
This moving documentary chronicles the unshakeable romance between a couple who met and fell in love while imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp.
Philosopher of filth and reigning king of bad taste, John Waters presents an outstanding live one-man show that celebrates his origins of trash.
Crippled by a sudden fear of blood, a curmudgeonly surgeon leaves his city practice to be a country doc in a seaside village populated by eccentrics.
Five young friends meet in Berlin in 1941, but it may be their last time together as the events of World War II tear them apart.
Reactions to this exercise in revisionism may vary from sympathy, if you believe everyday Germans were also Hitler's victims, to indignation, if you consider them his accomplices.
Kevin Hart and other real-life husbands of Hollywood celebrities play fictionalized versions of themselves in this reality-show spoof.