Jaded ex-CIA operative John Creasy reluctantly accepts a job as the bodyguard for a 10-year-old girl in Mexico City. They clash at first, but eventually bond, and when she's kidnapped he's consumed by fury and will stop at nothing to save her life.
Grand Saline, Texas was a sleepy, unremarkable town--until a white preacher lit himself on fire to protest the town's racism in 2014. The subject of this film is deceptively straight-forward: a minister commits suicide by setting himself on fire. He leaves behind a letter that frames his decision as a religious response to the intolerable racism of America's past and present, particularly in his Texas hometown. The aftermath is befuddling: there are townspeople who can recall incidents of racial violence and hate speech, and those who have never seen anything of the kind. Black folk in surrounding towns who share rumors and fears about acts of violence, and white folk who say you can't believe everything you hear. Fellow ministers who share the desire to be liberated from a racist past, and churchgoers who believe only mental illness could explain such a suicide.
Fire and Blood is a double-DVD from American heavy metal band Manowar. The first DVD is a documentary that features part 2 of the series "Hell on Earth". With almost two hours of running time "Hell on Earth Part 2" documents the 1998 "Hell on Stage" European Tour with almost 30 shows. The second DVD, Blood in Brazil is their live performance at the Philips Monsters Of Rock in São Paulo, Brazil on September 26, 1998. This was the first a complete concert performance captured in the band's career.