Release: April 01, 2006
Mantracker: Two acquaintances called "The Prey" are placed in a different location of the Canadian wilderness each episode. They are given a map with a starting point and ending location approx. 40 kilometers away. The prey are given 36 hours to reach the ending location by any means, and by any route necessary. The "Mantracker" Terry Grant and sidekick (usually a new one per episode) will then attempt to capture the prey while on horseback before they reach the finish line using various expert tracking skills.
Genre: Adventure, Animation, Fantasy, Japanese
Release: October 07, 2007
MapleStory: Ten years ago, the World Tree that protected peace and order of the world was being targeted by an evil organization called the BlackWings. The Human race led four other races: the powerful warriors, the intelligent magicians, the agile archers and sly thieves in a fight against the three headed Horned-Tail. In the end, the World Tree activated self-destruction to protect itself. However, the other races thought it was the Human race that destroyed the World Tree. When the World Tree was destroyed most of the races had nothing left, so a number of them went to Maple Island thinking the ones who stayed would die. They escaped Victoria and lived on Maple Island where living is getting harder and harder. Since then, a never-ending war between the different races began. Sixty-five years later, the main protagonist, Al, is determined to revive the World Tree. Al and his companions begin their journey to seek the seeds of the World Tree. At the same time, the Zakums reappear...
- Marcel's Quantum Kitchen
Release: March 14, 2011
Marcel's Quantum Kitchen: In each episode, Marcel and his new catering and event company will be hired by a demanding client to produce an extraordinary celebration or event. Based on the client's requests, Marcel will dream up a theme and cuisine for the event, which range from a fairytale graduation party and a Goth-rock fashion show to a birthday dinner held on a platform suspended in mid-air.
- Marie & Gali
Genre: Animation, Fantasy, Japanese
Release: March 31, 2009
Marie & Gali: Marika is an ordinary, gothic lolita middle schooler. However, with only the slightest mention of science, she begins to get sleepy. One day while riding the train, her handmade stuffed animal "Pet" begins to move on its own. To make matters worse, she ends up in a strange town she's never heard of known as Galihabara. Here, Marika encounters the astronomer Galileo, as well as a number of history's other greatest scientists. However, they're all a little different here...
- Martial Law
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Release: September 26, 1998
Martial Law: Sammo Law, a top flight cop and hand to hand combat instructor from Shanghai, China comes to Los Angeles to search for a crime boss and a female undercover cop whom his department lost contact with. Once there, his temporary mission is turned into an ongoing exchange position and he is partnered with a pair of cops. As they battle the criminal elements of the city, his skill in martial arts proves to be a big help.
- Mary Hartman Mary Hartman
Release: January 05, 1976
Mary Hartman Mary Hartman: Set in fictional Fernwood, Ohio, this deliriously demented serial focused on the beleaguered heroine Mary Hartman, an average American housewife. In the first year, Mary suffered the travails of mass murder, adultery, venereal disease, homosexuality, religious cults, and UFO sightings, before she finally succumbed to a nervous breakdown on a syndicated talk show.
Genre: Action, Drama, History, Reality-TV
Release: April 05, 1981
Masada: Flavius Silva, commander in Roman Palestine, wants to reach a reasonable compromise with the Jewish Zealots and withdraw his legion. Events and personalities in Rome, however, lead to his besieging the fortress of Masada. There the engineering genius of the Romans must fight both the harsh climate and landscape, and the passion and ingenuity of Eleazar Ben Yair and his people.
- Master i Margarita
Genre: Drama, Mystery, Romance, Thriller
Release: December 19, 2005
Master i Margarita: Master and Margarita (2005) is a Menippean film based on the eponymous book by Mikhail A. Bulgakov. Set in Moscow under Stalin and in Jerusalem under Pilate, it has several story-lines where history, religion and politics are intertwined. The sacrifices of Master (Galibin), a talented author of a manuscript about the biblical Pontius Pilate, and Master's muse - Margarita (Kovalchuk), are paralleled by the biblical story of Ieshua in Ierushalaim, and the deceit of the cowardly ambiguous Pilate (Lavrov), whose character alludes to a Soviet leader. The reality is distorted by Satan Woland (Basilashvili), and his lieutenants, who are manipulating public events and people's lives by pushing the buttons of human weaknesses and sins. Margarita taps into Woland's power, trying to save Master. The character of Master is autobiographical, burning of his manuscript alludes to what Bulgakov himself did under threats from the Soviet authorities.