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Vigilante

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Frustrated with the increasing rate of crime in 1970s New York, Curtis Sliwa and his band of McDonald’s fry cooks decided to take citizen safety into their own hands – forming ‘The Guardian Angels’. Embraced by counter-culture and shunned by authorities, the group of 13 unarmed young men were quickly propelled to fame and their numbers grew into the thousands. 37-years on, the movement’s leader, Sliwa, opens up his dramatic story of life, death and risk while patrolling the dangerous subways and grim streets of the Bronx and beyond.

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Ward Anderson: Kind of…Sort of…Grown Up

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Comedian Ward Anderson ponders marriage, parenthood, and getting older in this offbeat and energetic comedy special. Filmed live in Toronto, Anderson brings the laughter with his unique delivery and style.

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I Am the White Tiger

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Stuntman, action director, and martial artist Mark Houghton tells his story of breaking into the Hong Kong film industry, struggling with injuries and depression, and the promise he made his teacher, the legendary filmmaker Lau Kar Leung.

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Slaughter Drive

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No one gets out alive on Slaughter Drive! – When failed filmmaker Doug Stevenson leaves his video camera in the local park overnight he accidentally records something horrific. With the help of his bumbling teacher buddies Doug goes on a wild ride to save himself, his friends, his ex-wife, and the entire neighborhood! Featuring a killer throwback soundtrack and splattery practical FX find out who will stay alive on Slaughter Drive!

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