A fugitive couple goes on a glamorous and sometimes deadly adventure where nothing and no one – even themselves – are what they seem. Amid shifting alliances and unexpected betrayals, they race across the globe, with their survival ultimately hinging on the battle of truth vs. trust.
By accident, Cedric (Goofy), replaces his master, Sir Loinsteak, in the armor just before the joust with champion Sir Cumference.
Two young men, David Daye (Matt Southwell) and Ronnie Hammond (Todd Sutton), who try to make a new life for themselves not realizing that they have relocated into the heart of a satanic cult operation. This unexpected transition has forced them to deal with forces that they never knew existed. The cultists power threatens their spirit and soul with its subtle infiltration, which only the strength of their Christ filled spirit can withstand.
The end of Bob Knight’s storied tenure at Indiana. The film will focus on Knight’s downfall at Indiana and an incident in which Knight allegedly choked former Hoosier Neil Reed. Knight was ousted from Indiana in the fall of 2000, a few months after CNN ran a report about Reed with video of the incident. Knight began coaching the Hoosiers during the 1971-72 season, and he won 662 games and three national championships with the program.
A group of women, hired to assist with an impromptu concert, spend the evening at an ancient German castle. Unbeknownst to them, they've chosen the worst night on Earth to visit, as every sixty-six years, the long-dead bodies of Templar Knights buried there have the chance to wake and feast upon the living...
Knight & Daye is an NBC television sitcom that ran for only seven episodes in the summer of 1989. The show was about Hank and Everett, two former friends that hadn't spoken to each other in years after Everett married the woman they were both interested in, but are reunited for a radio talk show. Their bickering proves to be a ratings bonanza.