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(2006 Alex Infascelli)

Olivia and her girlfriends arrive on a secluded island to perform a purifying water fast. No food, no phones, no electricity, no way out. Only long forgotten Hate that rises to the surface. Just add water.
[Raro Video]Region 2
Haj Fajv
(2011 Aun Hoe Goh)

originaltitel: Seefood

Come and join sharks - Pup and Julius - on a fun-filled adventure to a place filled with colourful characters and marvellous mystery! When poachers steal dozens of egg sacks from Pup's reef, he makes it his duty to rescue his brothers and sisters.

His mission becomes more difficult when he realises that he must venture above water and tackle a landscape filled with both beauty and danger. Afraid for Pup's safety, his best friend Julius follows him, attempting to bring him home. Wearing an amazing 'fish-suit' which allows him to walk on land, Julius will also discover that sharks may not be the most frightening creatures in the world...
[Scanbox]Region 2
(2011 Joe Wright)

Joe Wright directs this action thriller starring Saoirse Ronan as Hanna, a 16-year-old girl raised in the desolate, icy wilds of Finland by her ex-CIA agent father Erik (Eric Bana) and trained to become the perfect assassin.

Every moment of Hanna's childhood and adolescence has been spent building up the strength, stamina and survival instincts she needs to prepare for the day she must strike out on her own. That day has now come; armed with the skills her father has imparted to her and the mantra -adapt or die, Hanna must cross Europe and face her family's longtime enemy, lethal intelligence operative Marissa Wiegler (Cate Blanchett).
[Sony]Region 2
Hard Way, The
(1991 John Badham)

svensk titel: Ett Tufft Jobb

Michael J. Fox and James Woods star in this hilarious action farce. Fox is Nick Lang, a Hollywood superstar trying to break out of his nice guy image who believes he can land a role as a tough cop if he can hangs out with the real thing. Much to the chagrin of maverick NYC cop, John Moss (James Woods) who is assigned the annoying task of baby-sitting his new Hollywood sidekick.
[Universal]Region 2
Hell House
(2002 George Ratliff)

George Ratliff's stirring documentary sheds light on one of late-20th Century America's most confounding creations, the Hell House. Providing a bizarre twist on the traditional haunted house formula, Hell Houses are church-funded, elaborately staged productions that trade fictitious monsters for the so-called demons that haunt our everyday lives--demons such as abortion, suicide, and homosexuality. Brought to you by the parishioners at your local Pentecostal or Southern Baptist churches, Hell Houses aim to frighten nonbelievers into a life of purity (as they see it) by accepting Jesus Christ as their personal savior. Ratliff's impressively unobtrusive camera takes the audience behind the scenes of one of America's most notorious Hell Houses, sponsored by the Trinity Assembly of God Church in Cedar Hill, Texas, following the outlandish production from its pre-planning stages all the way through its wildly successful two-week run. Rather than merely presenting these people--and this spectacle--as an outrageous example of reverence gone bonkers, Ratliff takes the time to establish the humanity of each participant, which adds another layer to the film. Frustrating, hysterical, and stimulating, HELL HOUSE is a testament to the saying "truth is stranger than fiction."
[PlexiFilm]Region 1
Hell is Sold Out
(1951 Michael Anderson)

svensk titel: Högt Spel

In this farce, an enigmatic writer (Mai Zetterling) begins using the pen-name Dominic Danges, a popular writer believed dead. The dead writer "returns" to peruse his newest book, which he didn't write. He soon meets the woman who is using his name and after several engaging misdirections, the two fall in love and marry.
[VCI] Region 0
(2004 Guillermo del Toro)

Based on the comic book series by Mike Mignola, Guillermo del Toro's gleefully eccentric film follows the supernatural adventures of Hellboy (Ron Perlman), a cigar-chomping, horn-filing demonic hero enlisted by an occult scholar (John Hurt) to fight evil in the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense. Along with the fire-throwing Liz Sherman (Selma Blair) and the amphibious psychic Abe Sapien (Doug Jones, with the voice of David Hyde Pierce), Hellboy is joined by new recruit John Myers (Rupert Evans), a squeaky-clean FBI agent assigned to keep the big red devil's exploits in check. Things get out of hand, however, when a vicious monster is unleashed by the villainous Rasputin (Karl Roden), leading to events that may set off an apocalyptic nightmare for humanity.

2-Disc Special Edition in Slipcase
[Sony] Region 1
(1997 Ron Clements)

A rollicking, tongue-in-cheek Disneyfication of the myth of Hercules. Forget those legendary labors--this teenage Herc's the goofy and lovable adopted scion of mortal parents, toiling on earth to prove himself to Zeus, his Olympian dad. His demi-god gifts score him money, fame, and product endorsements, but he can't attain full deity (or "True Hero") status--and defeat a jealous Hades--without the help of his satyr friend Phil and the true love of beautiful Megara.Features the voices of Tate Donovan, Danny De Vito, James Woods, and more.
[Disney] Region 1
(1997 Ron Clements & Michael Lange)

originaltitel: Hercules

Taken from the gods as a newborn and adopted on earth, Hercules is just an awkward pillar of strength trying to fit in. What he wants most Is to impress his father Zeus. When Hercules discovers Hades' sinister plot to take over Mount Olympus, he goes from zero to hero and, with the help of his pal Pegasus and Phil, discovers that real strength comes from the heart!
[Disney]Region 2
(1975 Robert Wise)

Made at the apex of disaster movies' popularity, director Robert Wise's thriller fictionalizes the events leading up to the fiery 1937 zeppelin crash. When German intelligence officer Col. Franz Ritter (George C. Scott) boards the doomed blimp to foil a conspiracy to blow it up, he has a long list of suspects, including an entrepreneur (Gig Young), a singer (Roy Thinnes), a countess (Anne Bancroft) and a host of other shady characters.
[Universal] Region 1
Hologram for the King, A
(2015 Tom Tykwer)

Tom Tykwer adapts Dave Eggers' best-selling novel, in which an American businessman (Tom Hanks) travels to Saudi Arabia in an attempt to sell a holographic telecommunications system to the country's king. Desperate to make the deal in order to stay afloat in a failing economy, he learns to navigate this unfamiliar culture with the help of a taxi driver (Alexander Black) and a local doctor (Sarita Choudhury).
[Noble]Region 2
(2007 John Sayles)

Danny Glover stars as Pine Top Purvis, owner of an Alabama juke joint whose glory days are gone and debts are piling up. To save his club, Purvis hires R&B sensation Guitar Sam. But when Sam doesn't show, desperate times call for desperate measures. Now, the only cure for Pine Top's blues is to bust a local guitar-playing vagabond out of jail and have him masquerade as Guitar Sam long enough to fill the club and collect the cash.
[Screen Media] Region 1
(2006 Bong Joon-ho)

Hee-bong is a man of modest means who runs a snack bar on the banks of the River Han. Along with his slow-witted eldest son, Gang-du; Gang-du's young daughter, Hyun-seo; archery champion daughter Nam-joo; and unemployed, shirker son, Nam-il, Hee-bong has managed to maintain a close relationship with his family despite the hardships that come with being a single father. When a rampaging fiend erupts from the Han and throws the city of Seoul into a state of emergency, Gang-du is heartbroken to see his precious little girl scooped up by the scaly creature and spirited away to an unknown destination. This is one family that always sticks together, though, and as the rest of the city denizens scramble to take cover, Hee-bong, Gang-du, Nam-joo, and Nam-il set out to prove that they're not letting their little girl go without a fight.

2-Disc Special Edition.
[Optimum] Region 2
House of Flying Daggers
(2004 Zhang Yimou)

Zhang Yimou tells an intricately detailed love story in this swordfighting epic, set during the final days of the Tang Dynasty. A mysterious group called the Flying Daggers is a dangerous threat to the government, so police captain Leo (Andy Lau) sends his right-hand man, Jin (Takeshi Kaneshiro), undercover to try to find the rebels' location. Jin, a notorious playboy, pretends he is a roving warrior called "Wind" and befriends Mei (Ziyi Zhang), a blind dancer who is believed to be the daughter of the former leader of the Daggers. As he leads her across the countryside, they are "attacked" by government soldiers--but these battles are staged by Leo in order to convince Mei that Jin is on her side. But when a general orders that Mei must be captured at any cost, the fighting turns real, and Jin must decide between his loyalty to his job and his growing love for Mei.
[Show East] Region 3
Hustle & Flow
(2005 Craig Brewer)

DJay (Terrence Howard) is a pimp whose gritty hustle selling sexy Nola (Taryn Manning) and supporting pregnant Shug (Taraji Henson) leaves him wondering if this is all there is for him.

When he learns that former local rapper turned superstar named Skinny Black (real life rapper Ludacris) is coming back to town for the 4th of July, DJay teams up with a frustrated sound engineer (Anthony Anderson) and a geeky musician (DJ Qualls) to put together a demo tape that he hopes will be his ticket to fame and fortune.
[Paramount]Region 2