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H.h. Holmes: America's First Serial Killer

America's first serial killer is the subject of this documentary narrated by Tony Jay. The film looks at the life of Herman Mudgett, aka H.H. Holmes. After Holmes moved from New Hampshire to Chicago in the late 1800s, he designed a home with secret torture chambers, rented rooms to unsuspecting tourists who were in town for Chicago's 1893 World's Fair, then tortured them. The film covers Holmes's early years, his murderous spree and his trial.

H.o.p.e. Was Here

College students embark on a weeklong goodwill trip to the slums of Lima, Peru in this documentary about whether the millenial trend of volunteering abroad, or "voluntourism," really makes a difference.


"I promise to do everything within my power, using all my abilities, talents, and assets to win every man on campus away from Pi Sorority, so help me H.O.T.S. So help me H.O.T.S." With that pledge, the lovely members of the H.O.T.S. begin their titillatting crusade to party down and woo every male on the unsuspecting college campus. But all is not well for the fledgling sorority, as the snooty, prim, and proper girls of the Pi Sorority try to stop the H.O.T.S. girls at every turn.


A wealthy mill owner interested in neither politics nor ideology attempts to hold together his family and community as he is manipulated by malicious forces beyond his comprehension.

Hachi: A Dog's Tale

Hachi: A Dog's Tale (or Hachiko: A Dog's Story outside the United States) is a 2009 American drama film based on the true story of the faithful Akita Hachik?. It is a remake of the 1987 movie Hachi-k? (Hachik? Monogatari) ????? (literally "The Tale of Hachiko"). It was directed by Lasse Hallström, written by Stephen P. Lindsey and stars Richard Gere, Joan Allen and Sarah Roemer. The first foreign premiere was on August 8, 2009, in Japan. To date the film has opened in over 25 countries and continued to open in foreign territories throughout 2010. In the United States the movie was first shown at the Seattle International Film Festival on June 13, 2009. Sony Pictures Entertainment decided to forgo a U.S. theatrical release. According to the Odeon Cinema website the film was given a UK theatrical release on March 12, 2010, courtesy of Entertainment Film Distributors. Box Office Mojo reports that total foreign box office had reached $45,000,000 as of June 2010.


Hackers is a 1995 American thriller film directed by Iain Softley and starring Angelina Jolie, Jonny Lee Miller, Renoly Santiago, Matthew Lillard, Lorraine Bracco and Fisher Stevens. The film follows the exploits of a group of gifted high school hackers and their involvement in a corporate extortion conspiracy.

Hacking Democracy

The disturbingly shocking HBO documentary HACKING DEMOCRACY bravely tangles with our nation's ills at the heart of democracy. The film the Diebold corporation doesn't want you to see, this revelatory journey follows tenacious Seattle grandmother Bev Harris and her band of extraordinary citizen-activists as they set out to ask one simple question: How does America count its votes? From Florida and California to Ohio and Washington State, filmmakers Simon Ardizzone, Robert Cohens, and Russell Michaels starkly reveal a broken system riddled with secrecy, incompetent election officials, and electronic voting machines that can be programmed to steal elections. Equipped only with a powerful sense of righteous outrage, the activists take on voting machine industry, exposing alarming security holes in the America's trusted voting machines. They even go dumpster diving at a county election official's office in Florida, uncovering incendiary evidence of miscounted votes. But proving our votes can be stolen without a trace culminates in a duel between the Diebold voting machines and a computer hacker from Finland--with America's democracy at stake. HACKING DEMOCRACY takes a nonpartisan, clear-eyed look at the secrecy, cronyism, and incompetence of elections in present-day America as it captures a citizen's movement intent on taking back elections--and democracy itself. "It is hard to imagine...a documentary this season that is more important to the civic life of the nation--let alone one that is so compelling and ultimately moving" (Baltimore Sun).


Winner of Prize Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2010, and celebrated for the razor-sharp script by director Hong Sang-soo, "Hahaha" is an Eric Rohmer-esque comedic affair about two friends recounting their recent romantic misadventure over (lots of) alcohol.

Haight-ashbury: Beat Of A Generation

In a brief four year span in the late 1960's, in a quaint San Francisco neighborhood less than a mile square, a creative movement emerged that would ignite a musical genre. What would come to be coined "the San Francisco Sound" served as the soundtrack for a counter- culture revolution that would forever challenge the perception of the American ideal.

Hail Hail Rock 'n' Roll

This documentary is a triumphant celebration of Chuck Berry's 60th birthday party concert, a tribute to the rock pioneer whose musical renditions have inspired a legion of admirers and imitators around the world. Filmed live at the historic Fox Theatre in St. Louis. "Chuck Berry Hail! Hail! Rock 'N' Roll features performances by Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Etta James, Julian Lennon, Keith Richards and Linda Ronstadt and provides rare footage of Berry's private life.

Hail Mary

Denounced by the Pope and banned and boycotted worldwide, this surprisingly serene and lyrical work translates the Virgin Birth into tangible contemporary terms, with Mary as a teenage basketball-playing gas-station attendant who receives the Annunciation by jetliner. Mary is a beautiful yet ordinary teenager who vows to maintain her chastity. Following a warning from an angel, a confused and innocent Mary unexpectedly falls pregnant and is forced to wed her taxi-driving boyfriend Joseph. He, in turn, must love his virgin bride from a distance, revering her without touching her. Forced to face a shocking reality, Mary and Joseph along with their family and friends must struggle to cope as the provocative theme unfolds. Hail Mary is a sensational and bold work from French master director Jean-Luc Godard which touched off an uproar of protest heard around the world.