- Jacqui in Ohio takes issue with Howard's interview
Snow Angels -- Clip: How's Glenn?
Glenn, the Flying Robot -- YouTube - Trailer (MP4)
Gilda -- A beguiling femme fatale (Rita Hayworth) gets even with her bitter ex-boyfriend (Glenn Ford) by marrying his boss, a mysterious Buenos Aires casino owner. One of the great film noirs of the Forties (The Columbia Story)
The National Parks: America's Best Idea: Season 1: Episode 4 -- As the nation enters the 1920s, Stephen Mather and Horace Albright ally themselves with the automobile to 'democratize' the national parks and attract more Americans to them. Nebraskans Margaret and Edward Gehrke begin collecting parks each summer, while Glenn and Bessie Hyde spend their honeymoon in a homemade boat on the raging Colorado river through the Grand Canyon. Horace Kephart, a reclusive writer, and George Masa, a Japanese immigrant and photographer, launch a campaign to save the virgin forests of the Smoky Mountains from destruction by making it a national park.
Damages: Season 4: Episode 2 -- After Chris Sanchez's agreement to testify convinces her bosses to pursue a lawsuit against High Star Security, Ellen (Rose Byrne) discovers that they caved under pressure and reneged on the deal. But as Chris finds himself the target of what he's led to believe are Islamic extremists bent on avenging the death of a fellow Afghani fighter, Ellen must consider turning to Patty (Glenn Close) for help.
Damages: Season 4: Episode 7 -- As Howard Erickson (John Goodman) looks to bury the truth about a botched mission in Afghanistan, Ellen (Rose Byrne) and Patty (Glenn Close) seek a source inside the CIA who could help in their lawsuit against him and his company. And as Patty uses her class action suit against a French pharmaceutical giant to get the information she and Ellen need, Erickson returns to Afghanistan to ensure that Chris Sanchez (Chris Messina) will never talk.
Childrens Hospital: Season 4: Episode 10 -- The staff is sympathetic about Lola's fake brain tumor. Glenn is arrested for trying to give an infant breast implants. Briggs recalls Owen's last day as a cop. Blake's healing powers of laughter are lacking. Cat falls in love again. Still no bin Laden.
The Invisible Woman -- Highlights from the interview with writer/star Ralph Fiennes and Felicity Jones. Moderated by Glenn Whipp of the Los Angeles Times.
Damages: Season 5: Episode 1 -- Already on opposite sides of Michael Hewes's custody suit against his mother, Patty Hewes (Glenn Close) and Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne) prepare to face off in court after a cyber-hacker's revelations about insider trading expose damaging personal information that push an informant over the edge.
The Monster Maker -- J. Carroll Naish, Ralph Morgan, Wanda McKay, Tala Birell, Glenn Strange. A very perverse plotline not often found in low budget cheapies from the '30s and '40s. A mad doctor falls in love with the daughter of a classical pianist...
Room 327 -- The tension builds as the hostage situation goes bad. You wait for their demands in a sleazy hotel room. As the phone rings your heart pounds. Pick up, its for you. Written, Directed, & Co-Produced by Glenn Payne.
A Tribute to the Westmores -- In the history of the modern American cinema, there are but few legacies of makeup artists. While the legendary Burman and Dawn names each include three generations of makeup artists, there is but one lasting family that features four working generations: the Westmores of Hollywood. With ties to virtually every studio in the annals cinema, the Westmores have created classic monster makeups in top contemporary film and TV shows back to the earliest years of silent film. This 30-minute program is a docudrama with numerous rare photos in which a presenter offers his case for granting the Westmores their long deserved 'star' on Hollywood Boulevard's Walk of Fame. Featured in the video are detailed descriptions of the greatest Westmore monster makeups, including the classic Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde with Fredric March, the Hunchback of Notre Dame with Charles Laughton, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein with B la Lugosi, Glenn Strange, and Lon Chaney Jr., Man of a Thousand Faces with James Cagney, Raging Bull with Robert DeNiro, and Blade Runner with Harrison Ford. Written by Scott Essman