A film by Romy Villaflor.
Kessler's lab was created to run drug trials to determine what went wrong with a once popular mood stabilizing drug. Dr. Martin Kessler cloned his own daughter, who died from the drug. Once with ten test subjects, he and Dr Josephine Vanderhill are now left with only a few dying, sick clones, and one healthy placebo, Jenny. Daniel Powell runs the day to day operations and tends to the clones, administering the very drug that is killing them. When Dr. Kessler unexpectedly dies, instead of shutting down the facility, Dr Vanderhill wants to intensify the testing. She targets Jenny, and convinces Daniel to administer the pills in highly concentrated doses, sure to be fatal. Now conflicted, Daniel is determined to stop her and save the clones.
Mountain Lab 1.5 follows the DC Snowboarding Team as they hit DC’s infamous Mountain Lab in Utah and all over the globe looking for snow during one of the worst snow seasons on record. Originally named Mountain Lab 2.0, DC canned the name when the snow refused to fall and settled with Mountain Lab 1.5. Despite that, the video still lives up to the Mountain Lab name and showcases the incredible talent coming out of the DC lineup. DC Mountain Lab 1.5 takes an engaging look at the team as they hit spots worldwide and at the Lab. The remodeled Lab provides ample park footage along with big mountain terrain from Chile, Finland, B.C. Canada, Sweden, Tahoe, Colorado and New Zealand.
Sachi Tanaka comes to the big stage as producer for Girl. Snow Lab showcases everything thats new in snowboarding. You will quickly realize that snowboarding is an extraordinary world that is not bound by gender, generation and personal activities. Check out Japanese snowboarder Yuki Yamazaki show his legendary tweak. There is a great street session by the best KYUSYU area street rider Daisuke Ebuchi. Also see why Tomohiro Fujii picked up 2 awards at the World Heli Challenge ION Showcase. Snow Lab will not disappoint.
The DC Mountain lab, located outside Park City in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains, is the place where the DC team and friends test product, shoot films, and just plain ride. It is strictly off-limits to the public, though, so few have ever gotten a glimpse beyond the Mtn. Lab gates... until now. Filmed primarily at the Mountain Lab during winter 2005, the Mtn. Lab DVD captures a typical day at the lab with the DC team and friends, and features action footage of the entire DC team.
This is a story of an odd couple, Labrador, a woman hater and Kisses, a stubborn stow away from Cebu, who is trying to escape her uncle who pushes her to marry a man she doesn't love. A love and hate relationship brew between the two until they found themselves facing the same odds... but this time, together.
This short film focuses on the job of a lab technician and forensic detail.
Lab Kita Bilib Ka Ba is 1994 Filipino Action-Romance film
Richard Hammond’s Blast Lab Blow-Ups is a 2 hour DVD extravaganza, jam-packed with the most spectacular stunts and awesome experiments ever to come out of his Blast Lab. Featuring the first ever Lablympic Games, sparks fly with six BRAND NEW never-before-seen, massive stunts. Hang onto your seatbelts for a non-stop barrage of mind-boggling mayhem and totally wanton destruction! It will make children’s jaws drop, parents’ mouths gape in amazement and grandparents’ false teeth fall out completely! Blast Lab Blow-Ups also presents The Blastas, a unique awards ceremony celebrating the very best stunts and blazing explosions from the TV series including Best Destruction Of A Household Object in the Name of Science, Best Gravity-Defying Stunt and lots more.
A training video gone wrong for the government's new pharmaceutical test facility!
David's Lab: Last Signs of Life is a 2019 short film. Created to mark the two-year anniversary of Alien: Covenant's home video release, the film is a sequel to the movie in which a Weyland-Yutani team arrives to investigate David's laboratory on Planet 4. A team from Weyland-Yutani arrives on Planet 4, and one of the explorers enters David's laboratory to document the rogue synthetic's scientific discoveries. After carefully recording the specimens and records within the lab, including dissected Neomorphs and a vial of black liquid, he sets up his camera to analyze an egg-like object in one corner of the room while he continues his visual examination of the room. As the analysis continues, the Egg begins to show signs of life, eventually opening. The moment draws the explorer's attention, and when he moves closer to investigate, he is attacked by the Facehugger that explodes from within.
A serene college campus in western North Carolina has a dark secret. A government research project has gone terribly wrong, resulting in a zombie apocalypse.
Since 9/11, the Israeli arms industries are doing bigger business than ever before. Large Israeli companies develop and test the vessels of future warfare, which is then sold worldwide by private Israeli agents, who manipulate a network of Israeli politicians and army commanders, while Israeli theoreticians explain to various foreign countries how to defeat civil and para-military resistance. All based on the extensive Israeli experience.The film reveals The Lab, which has transformed the Israeli military occupation of Gaza and the West Bank from a burden to a marketable, highly profitable, national asset.
This talkative and unevenly paced feature finds Fou (Jean Lefebvre) the inventor of a gas that makes the users fall in love. He is chased by his boss, the police, and spies, who seek to secure the secret recipe for their own selfish purposes. A shadowy American underworld figure tries to intimidate the inventor. A half-hearted attempt at comedy tries to go along with the double dealing and trickery of the thin plot of the film.
Living with her tyrannical stepfather in a new home with her pregnant mother, 10-year-old Ofelia feels alone until she explores a decaying labyrinth guarded by a mysterious faun who claims to know her destiny. If she wishes to return to her real father, Ofelia must complete three terrifying tasks.
When teen Sarah is forced to babysit Toby, her baby stepbrother, she summons Jareth the Goblin King to take him away. When he is actually kidnapped, Sarah is given just thirteen hours to solve a labyrinth and rescue him.
The story centers on a group of young people who travel back in time when they are in a movie theater just before closing time. They witness deaths during the closing days of Japan’s feudal times and on the battlefront in China before they are sent to Hiroshima just before the Aug. 6, 1945, atomic bombing of the city.
The anomalous heat wave overwhelms everything, forcing everyone to reverse the pace of life: only during the hours of darkness it is possible to work, move, survive. And it is precisely in the middle of the night that Samantha emerges from the darkness that had swallowed her. A thirteen year old kidnapped and long held prisoner, Sam is now suddenly free and, traumatized and wounded, is hospitalized in a hospital room. Next to her, Dr. Green (Dustin Hoffman), an extraordinary profiler. Green in fact does not hunt monsters in the outside world, but in the minds of the victims. Because it is inside the memories of Sam that the clues able to lead to the capture of his jailer are hidden: the Man of the Labyrinth. But Dr. Green is not the only one chasing the monster. There is also Bruno Genko (Toni Servillo), a private investigator with an unexpected talent.
Set in a post-apocalyptic world, young Thomas is deposited in a community of boys after his memory is erased, soon learning they're all trapped in a maze that will require him to join forces with fellow “runners” for a shot at escape.
A massive explosion rips though a busy street in Istanbul, Turkey. 95 people are dead; 30 Americans and 5 British. The massacre sends shock waves from Turkey to London and Washington, DC. A new terrorist organization is behind the attack. The explosion is just the beginning. Labyrinth' is the code name of the operation conducted by Turkish intelligence to stop a second, more devastating attack that will plunge Turkey, the only democratic Muslim country in the region, into chaos and destroy the fragile balance of the Middle East. After the initial attack, Turkey becomes a battlefront for terrorists and Turkish, British and American intelligence officers. Everyone has his own agenda in the fight that stretches from Istanbul to Eastern Turkey and from Frankfurt to Northern Iraq.
Leo is an ordinary teenager who has moved into a high-tech "smart'' house with his mother, inventor stepfather and Eddy, the computer that runs the house. Leo's life becomes less ordinary when, one day, he discovers a secret underground lab that houses three experiments: superhuman teenagers. The trio -- Adam, the strong one, Bree, the fast one and Chase, the smart one -- convinces Leo and his parents to let them leave their lab and join Leo at school, where they try to fit in while having to manage their unpredictable bionic strengths. As Leo figures out a way to keep his new pals' bionic abilities a secret, they help him build self-confidence.
"Lab Rats: Elite Force" is set in a bustling metropolis after the Mighty Med hospital is destroyed by a band of unknown super-villains. After Adam and Leo volunteer to oversee the students at Davenport's Bionic Academy, Kaz, Oliver and Skylar join forces with Chase and Bree to form a powerful elite force that combines bionic heroes and superheroes. Together, they vow to track down the villains and keep the world safe.
Ghost Lab is a weekly American paranormal television series that premiered on October 6, 2009, on the Discovery Channel. Produced by Paper Route Productions and Go Go Luckey Entertainment, the program is narrated by Mike Rowe. It follows ghost-hunting brothers Brad and Barry Klinge, who founded Everyday Paranormal in October 2007. Everyday Paranormal is a paranormal investigation team whose stated mission is to "visit the most haunted places in America, find evidence, and test new theories to probe the existence of the afterlife" using a fringe-scientific approach. In addition to Brad and Barry, the team included members Steve Harris, Hector Cisneros, and Katie Burr. Other members included Jason Worden, Ashlee Lehman, and Steve Hock. Ghost Lab remains the name of EP's mobile command center. On October 14, 2009, Brad and Barry Klinge were interviewed on The Pat & Brian Show about the origins of Everyday Paranormal, current investigations, and equipment use. On October 30, 2009, Larry King interviewed the brothers via satellite on CNN's Larry King Live.
Comedy Lab is a British television series which showcases pilots of experimental comedy shows. Series have been aired irregularly on Channel 4 and E4 since 1998. Several pilots first shown on Comedy Lab have gone on to spawn full series, most notably Trigger Happy TV, Fonejacker, That Peter Kay Thing, Meet the Magoons and FM. It also gave Jimmy Carr his first television appearance in Jimmy Carr's World of…Corporate Videos. The 2001 series features the episodes Knife and Wife, Orcadia, Daydream Believers: Brand New Beamer and Jimmy Carr's World of…Corporate Videos featuring Jimmy Carr. The 2008 series features the episodes Headwreckers, Mr and Mrs Fandango, Olivia Lee's Naughty Bits, Karl Pilkington: Satisfied Fool, Pappy's Fun Club, School of Comedy and Slaterwood. 2010's shows are iCandy, Happy Finish, Penelope Princess of Pets, Jack Whitehall Secret Census, Filth, Moviemash and Hung Out. The 2011 lineup includes: Anna & Katy, Totally Tom and Rick and Peter.
James May's Man Lab sees James attempting redeem the reputation of the modern man by teaching them skills that were cherished by their forefathers.
MatPat of The Game Theorists Youtube channel puts game mechanics to the test in real life with the help of experts alongside fellow Youtubers. After some training, they compete to see who can conquer the game's challenges.
Fab Lab is a British television programme designed for pre-school children. It was aired on the CBeebies channel from 2002-2006. It is an introduction to science, nature and technology for young children. The program features two pixies named "Trixi" and "Dixi" and a dog called "Prof". Trixi and Dixi are puppets while Prof is played by a human in a whole-body dog suit. The two pixies live under the floor of a large garden shed known as the "Fab Lab". The shed is used as a laboratory by Prof who investigates various phenomena such as rainfall or the germination of plants. He explains features of the physical and natural world to the pixies, sometimes with the aid of a personal computer which Prof uses to show video sequences. Prof is very partial to green biscuits called "Pixiebicks" with which the pixies sometimes bribe Prof to expand his explanations. At the end of the programme a whistle is heard, upon which Prof says that "Mrs Whistle" is calling, and leaves the shed.
MTV Lab was the name given by the official program of the MTV presentation of video clips. It was created by MTV Brazil during the programming broadcast in the summer of 2005, after a number of critical viewers of the station claimed that the station no longer featured programs but instead was geared only towards the presentation of video clips. As the programming of MTV Brazil's summer lasts about three months, the program MTV Lab was inserted in the grid as a test so that the station could get feedback from viewers. The test was successful and MTV Lab had one of the largest audiences in the history of summer programming, which has allowed the program to continue throughout the year and include even more programs, such as purely musical ones. The MTV Lab is still shown daily, and is divided into several blocks. It also has three channels on its portal for online videos, the MTV Overdrive, and these: Now Lab, Lab Lab and Classic Radio.
Lab Rats is a 2008 BBC 2 situation comedy set in a university science laboratory starring Chris Addison, who co-wrote the series with Carl Cooper. The series was produced by regular collaborator Simon Nicholls and directed by Adam Tandy. Its executive producer was Armando Iannucci with whom Addison worked in The Thick of It. Iannucci stated that the programme would be a traditional-style sitcom recorded in front of a live audience. He hinted that it will be a "very cartoony" show featuring "lots of giant snails". A pilot was announced as part of a series called "Behind Closed Doors" in Autumn 2006, but was never aired. A series of six episodes was broadcast in 2008, although the show was not recommissioned for further series.
Smash Lab was a reality television series that premiered on December 26, 2007, on the Discovery Channel. The idea of the show is to take everyday technology and test it in "extraordinary ways."
Aimed at kids ages 7 to 13, Sports Lab focuses on the science of sports.
Lab Rats Challenge is an Australian children's game show. The program began broadcasting on 4 August 2008 at 4pm on the Nine Network with hosts Drew Jarvis and Nicole Dixon. On 5 March 2012, the show moved to the Seven Network with Aleisha Groth replacing Dixon for the revived series. On 12 February 2013 at 10:15am The show moved to the ABC3 The show has also been broadcast on Cartoon Network In contrast to other Australian children's game shows such as Sharky's Friends, A*mazing, and Go Go Stop, which are filmed on a large set in front of a live studio audience, Lab Rats Challenge uses several smaller sets resembling an abandoned science laboratory as well as special effects sequences inserted in post-production. It is filmed in Brisbane's Channel 9 studio on Mount Coot-tha, Queensland.
Gao Xing is a young lady often mistaken for a boy. Her dad left her a coffee diary after he passed ten years ago and she has always dreamed of following in his footsteps. However, the responsibilities of taking care of the family rests entirely on her shoulders and in order to pay off their debts, she applies for a job at a coffee shop that only hires male employees.
Everybody knows that Thomas Edison is one of the most prolific inventors in recorded history, but did you know he invented a virtual version of himself? According to this animated series he did. Along with his virtual self, Edison created a nearly complete robot, Von Bolt, who remained in a secret lab for years until 12-year-old science prodigy Angie found the lab after cracking the inventor's secret message. After discovering the lab, Angie and her friends explore the scientific world, with fun-loving Edison as their guide.
Richard Hammond's Blast Lab is a children's television programme made by DCD Media-owned September Films and Hamster's Wheel Productions for the BBC and shown on the CBBC Channel and CBBC outputs on both BBC One and BBC Two. The programme involves two teams of three children – referred to as the Red Team and the Yellow Team – taking part in science-related challenges to win prizes at the end of the show. The team that loses get the honour of blowing up their prizes. Hammond has taken an approach that has come from years of working on Top Gear with elements of Brainiac: Science Abuse. The show also features Hammond's prized 1963 Opel Kadett car named "Oliver", which he acquired for the Top Gear: Botswana Special. Richard's "Ninja Nan", who acts as security at the Blast Lab, is introduced at the start of each episode as substitute for SAS guards who, for a different reason in each episode, are absent. Ninja Nan also displays the prizes the winning team will be taking home with them, as well as those the losing team would have won, after the final challenge, which is called the 'Messy Messy Mess Test' and involves both teams and a large tank of gunge. Loyal, yet incompetent servant-like men which Richard refers to as "Lab Rats" also appear in every episode. Lab Rats, who wear lab coats that have one half red and the other half yellow, are always seen taking on dangerous stunts and moaning around the lab. According to the introductory credits, the secret lab is supposed to be located beneath Mapledurham Watermill in Oxfordshire. In episode 7, the bias against caravans, which is often brought up in Top Gear and in Brainiac, continues, with one being wrecked by a fiery catapult.