Weird yummy goo erupts from the earth and is discovered by a couple of miners. They taste it and decide to market it because it tastes so good. The American public literally eats up the new dessert sensation now known as the Stuff but, unfortunately, it takes over the brains of those who eat it, turning them into zombie-like creatures. It is up to ex-FBI agent David Rutherford and a kid named Jason to stop the spread of the mind-devouring dessert.
A chronicle of the original Mercury astronauts in the formation of America's space program: Alan Shepherd, the first American in space; Gus Grissom, the benighted astronaut for whom nothing works out as planned; John Glenn, the straight-arrow 'boy scout' of the bunch who was the first American to orbit the earth; and the remaining pilots: Deke Slayton, Scott Carpenter and Wally Schirra.
STUFF is a 12-minute documentary about the house of RHCP guitarist John Frusciante. The film was made by Johnny Depp & Gibby Haynes (lead singer of the Butthole Surfers), and it also features a cameo by Dr. Timothy Leary. The film's main purpose was to depict the chaos & instability of Frusciante's life.
When a police department's burglary task force is facing the possibility of being shut down because of their low conviction rate decides to try a new approach to apprehending their targets. They take over a pawn shop where thieves go to unload their merchandise. They record them as they bring stuff in and get them to tell them where they got it. Eventually they're threatened by the mob.
Trish and Deb Murdoch are in a rut. After 14 years together and raising two daughters, they find themselves in a mid life crisis where grief and attraction threaten their domestic nucleus.
When a difficult foster child needs a home, a gay couple is thrown into parenthood.
Off the highways and beyond the furthest posts is a lawless land where outcasts go to escape their pasts and start anew. "Buzz" Burroughs, living on the fringes of society, will take any ...
When there is a break-in in her home, interior buyer Helen (38) is in shock. Many of her possessions with which she had dear relationships are taken from her. With this theft, she discovers that she has lost a part of herself that is not easy to replace.
George's Best Stuff is a compilation of Carlin's legendary routines, including "A Place For My Stuff," "Dogs and Cats," Vitamins," "Baseball and Football," "Losing Things," "Al Sleet the Hippie-Dippie Weather Man," the notorious "Seven Words You Can't Say on Television," and many more. A great collection of some of the best standup comedy ever performed.
In search of an answer to that seemingly simple question, Carl, a curious child, sets off on a great voyage of discovery. As one question is answered, more appear. Soon enough, where once stood but a curious boy, a great scientist will rise.
This tongue-in-cheek cautionary tale by Croatian director Zlatko Grgic traces man's checkered history with fire, and shows how growing carelessness in the form of overloaded sockets, smoldering cigarettes and other fire hazards can have highly undesirable consequences.
A ratings hit! Amy Schumer debuts her one-hour special in front of a live audience at the Historic Fillmore Theatre in San Francisco. Nothing is off limits as Schumer airs every hilarious, messed up detail of her dating and sex life, from encounters with unexpected body parts to hate-filled personal grooming appointments. In her matter-of-fact raunchy style, at odds with her self-described "Cabbage Patch Kid" appearance, Schumer tells stories of a boyfriend who makes dirty requests over dinner, the way she outsmarts her birth control, and a shocking ending to a seemingly innocent cab ride.
A song demonstrating corporately owned pop stars and their love songs.
For most of the world, consumption has been the unquestioned duty of every individual. Then garbage activist Annie Leonard brought her two-hour lecture to Free Range who helped her turn it into a 20-minute animated revolution. Shown in thousands of classrooms, endlessly blasted by Fox News, viewed more than 10 million times, The Store of Stuff finally opens the door to a serious cultural dialog about the costs of consumption.
Television's "King of Queens" reigns again in this Comedy Central special -- the network's first-ever hour-long show devoted entirely to one comic, taped live in July 2001 at New York City's Hudson Theatre. James riffs on life's many "royal" pains, including waiting in line with strangers, negotiating with the airport ticket counter clerk, underwear wedgies, boringly slow answering machine messages and more.
Powerful Stuff is a 1988 Electrical safety film made by the Independent Business Television Limited for the Electricity Council. It was shown in schools and edited into stand-alone PIFs for television broadcast.
Every two years taxidermists from around the world converge on Springfield, Illinois for the biggest event in animal stuffing - the world taxidermy championships. This documentary uses the 2005 ceremony as a way into the lives of a handful of the individuals who spend their spare time mounting dead animals and taking part in local competitions on their way to the big time.
A short economic history of the world from Neolithic man through the present day which espouses free trade and global economics.
When he's stationed in Tahiti, a sailor hires a witch doctor to keep an eye on his girlfriend.
The Red Stuff: The True Story of the Russian Race for Space is a film about the first heroes of the cosmos from those early years of Russian space travel. Who were the people behind these first successes? Unique archival material reveals the bravery and the unsurpassed stamina of the cosmonauts. What is true and what is false in our view of Russian space exploration? How do those involved look back on their work and their enforced role in the Soviet political machine? Now that the military secrecy and national propaganda of the Soviet Union has crumbled, see the real story of the other side of the space race.
A Victorian comedy adventure in the style of Charles Dickens following shop owner Jedrington Secret-Past. Jedrington teams up with a seemingly charming new business partner, Harmswell Grimstone. As the Secret-Past family's fortunes rise, it looks like they are built on crumbling foundations indeed, especially when it is revealed that Conceptiva too has a secret that turns out to be even darker than Jedrington's own.
Acclaimed comedian and master carpenter Adam Carolla builds stuff with some of his big name Hollywood friends. He also tackles home improvement projects via social media, making us laugh the whole way. Since the show is live, anything could happen.
Rick Boswell is an unhappy man who lives in a suburban home with his wife of ten years, Ronnie, their two young sons and his lazy brother, and works at a small ad agency.
Alexei Sayle's Stuff is a comedy sketch show which ran on BBC2 for a total of 18 episodes over 3 series from 1988 to 1991.
s an American children's television series airing on Nick Jr. The series premiered on March 6, 2015, with an hour-long pilot and began airing regularly on July 10, 2015. It was created by Sid and Marty Krofft (in their first new product in over a decade) and Bradley Zweig. It stars Calvin Millan, the son of the series producer Cesar Millan. On July 23, 2017, it was announced that the show has ended production after 73 episodes.
This comedy series focuses on crashes recorded via amateur video and involving anything that's on wheels, from cars and trucks, to even shopping carts and unicycles.
Free Stuff was a television program on the G4 network. In this show "featured products" ranging in value from $20.00 to $599.00 are previewed and then given away. Viewers enter to win the items by using their computer to submit codes which are shown to the viewers by Lloyd the Chimp during commercial breaks. Viewers must enter each code within 3 minutes.The names of the products' winners are announced at the end of the show. The show aired throughout the month of June 2007 at 6:30 and 10:00 PM EDT/PDT and officially ended on June 29, 2007. Free Stuff is hosted by Morgan Webb and Kevin Pereira. Blair Butler, Wil O'Neal and Joel Gourdin also appear sometimes to help show off the gadgets and gear. Zach Selwyn is a street reporter and travels the streets of LA giving away new gadgets to random people on the street, usually for doing something Zach finds amusing.
Stuff Happens was a 2008 television show starring Bill Nye airing on Planet Green. The show discusses how everyday activities can have a negative impact on the environment and encourages viewers to make choices that are less harmful to the environment.
It's Our Stuff is a Canadian music variety television series which aired on CBC Television in 1969.
A gritty, anti-nostalgic look at what would become America's first reality show as the obsessive original Mercury Seven astronauts and their families become instant celebrities in a competition that will either kill them or make them immortal.
The Wright Stuff is a British television chat show, hosted by Matthew Wright, and airing on Channel 5 each weekday morning from 9:15 to 11:10am. The series characterises itself as "Britain's brightest daytime show", which "gives ordinary people the chance to talk and comment on everything from the invasion of Iraq to social, emotional and even sexual issues back at home", as well as featuring "showbiz stars and media commentators". The Wright Stuff has been nominated as "Best Daytime Programme" at both the Royal Television Society and the National Television Awards. The show first aired on 11 September 2000 and was created at Anglia Television who produced it for two years until their takeover by Granada. It is now produced by Princess Productions who also produced the short-lived The Vanessa Show.
NBA Inside Stuff is returning to NBA TV with brand-new episodes featuring co-hosts Grant Hill and Kristen Ledlow set to debut Saturday, November 2, at Noon ET. The series, which last aired in 2005, will combine some of the franchise’s most celebrated segments – redefined versions of “Jam Session” and “Rewind” – with in-depth interviews highlighting some of the NBA’s biggest stars and more, all packaged with a fresh new look. The 30-minute show will be televised weekly throughout the NBA season, along with several special editions airing at select times during the year. The return of NBA Inside Stuff will also include brand extensions across the entire NBA Digital portfolio and social media integration across all platforms. NBA Inside Stuff is a television program that now airs on NBA TV and previously aired on NBC for many years, then on ABC, featuring behind the scenes activities of NBA players. The program also includes features on fitness and fundamentals of basketball. Previously hosted by Ahmad Rashad, the program was co-hosted by and then solo hosted by Summer Sanders.
HowStuffWorks is about the stuff that makes the world go 'round. It's truly incredible to see the ingenious lengths people go to in order to extract rubber and iron, corn and wheat, and water and salt from the earth. Equally amazing is the number of different and varied products that can be derived from something so fundamental. Follow the incredible journey of these goods from the ground to your dinner table, car, closet, medicine cabinet and places you may have never imagined.
Hot Babes Doing Stuff Naked is a collection of segments currently being shown on Playboy TV that showcase models and adult actresses doing various outdoor activities without clothing.
The Acme School of Stuff is a half-hour Canadian children's television show which aired on TVOntario between September 1, 1988 and December 1, 1990. The Acme School of Stuff was hosted by its producer David Stringer. The show primarily consisted of theory of operation on a subject or certain item at the beginning, then a field trip to a plant in the middle and following another theory of operation on some other item or subject at the end. Notable features included: ⁕A Rube Goldberg machine made from devices explained on the show, as an opening scene ⁕Technical facts presented in a way understandable to school age children in a conversational manner ⁕Breaking the fourth wall by use of camera and lighting effects, and audible comments by the TV crew Many of the episodes have been uploaded to YouTube under the acmeschool channel.