These new additions to our film collection are worth a look.
12 O'Clock Boys
Follow a notorious urban dirt bike pack in Baltimore that pops wheelies, weaves at excessive speeds through traffic, and impressively evades the hamstrung police. Their stunning antics are viewed through the eyes of adolescent Pug, a bright kid from the Westside obsessed with the riders and willing to do anything to join their ranks.
Achmed Saves America
This animated release follows the suicide-bomber Achmed, popularized by puppeteer Jeff Dunham, as he is mistaken for a French foreign exchange student at a small town high school, and hilarity ensues. Dunham reaches new heights with his first ever animated movie. Watch as everyone's favorite dead terrorist Achmed finds himself face to face with the suburban infidels.
Confession of Murder: (from Korea)
When the statute of limitations runs out on a series of high profile murders, a handsome and mysterious young man emerges with a tell-all book, taking credit for the crimes. The claim sparks a media frenzy, sending the detective who pursued him into a spiral of obsession, and prompting the victims' families to seek vigilante justice.
Entertainment Weekly called The Room the Citizen Kane of bad movies. Many publications claim it's the worst movie ever made. Place a hold on this cult classic and judge for yourself. The Room is now advertised as an electrifying American black comedy about love, passion, betrayal, and lies. It depicts the depths of friendships and relationships and asks the question: "Can you ever really trust anyone?"
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