A mother concerned about her young son's disturbing behavior thinks something supernatural may be affecting him.
Is Prevalent's latest wonderfully creative animatedfeature film. It highlights the story of a lovely yet humble young girl in Ancient China who is an exceptional champion. Her name is "KG" - the "Kung-Fu Girl" with a big heart. Although she is an underdog, and the odds are against her; she discovers that there is no limit to what she can accomplish when she believes in herself.
"The Prodigy" tells the story of small-time enforcer Truman Fisher's vicious conflict with a sadistic assassin who has chosen the unwilling Truman to be his successor. The assassin, who goes by the alias Rains and whose exploits have become the source of legend among Truman's underworld colleagues, drives Truman, through the pressure of constant violence and grief, to understand his own capacity for both bloodshed and compassion. Ultimately this reveals to Truman that he as with all of us, must find our place in this world or as Rains would say "our place in this grand design." This action begins quickly as Truman meets with a turncoat from a rival gang. This tense showdown erupts quickly into mayhem, when Rains makes his unexpected entrance. In the wake of the ensuing bloodbath, Truman is forced to reevaluate his own role in the small, violent world he inhabits, suddenly aware that there are larger powers at work which he does not understand...
Recorded before 65,000 fans, World’s On Fire is the debut live film documenting The Prodigy’s Warrior's Dance festival from The National Bowl at Milton Keynes on July 24th, 2010.
Nathan Jones, a 12-yr. old illiterate inner-city kid, decides to run away from his abusive home & take up residence in a college frat after a school trip to campus.
The Prodigy Live at Brixton Academy 1997
Electronic Punks is a video by the British electronic band The Prodigy, released on VHS in 1995. It includes videos, live performances and rehearsals. Electronic Punks was broadcast on MTV and is available for free download. The live sections of the video were recorded at the Town and Country Club in Leeds, with the venue's name being visible above the stage at numerous points throughout the video.
Extra content from The Prodigy: Worlds on Fire.
An unauthorised look into the life and music of the popular beat combo The Prodigy - one of the favourites of the club-going masses. It features interviews with the band and people who have played their part in the band's journey to success - a journey that has taken no prisoners and refused to be compromised. The video contains no musical performances by the band.
Intimates of the band, music critics and others tell the story behind The Prodigy, the British band that took the rave scene by storm in the 1990s with its incendiary blend of techno, industrial, punk, and alt-rock stylings. Former Prodigy guitarist Gizz Butt (who provided the legendary licks on "Their Law" collection of singles) reminisces about touring with the guys, while hip-hop author Angus Batey and disc jockey Joe Muggs analyze the tunes.
The Prodigy live performance at the festival MTV Rock am Ring 2009, located on the route Nurburgring, Germany June 6, 2009 CENTERSTAGE!
Prodigy gig at Warriors Dance Festival 2012
Featuring 15 hit singles, "Their Law" showcases the career to date of The Prodigy, via the tracks that changed the face of British music. Since their formation in 1990, The Prodigy have toured the world with their incendiary live show, made groundbreaking videos, shaken things up musically and socially and been unafraid to court controversy. And they’ve always done it in their own formidable way.
The Prodigy was an alleged proposed American reality TV show in 2007 that promised $1 million in cash and prizes to the ultimate winner, but was actually a recruiting scheme for an alarm sales company. The show staged casting events at college campuses throughout the country in 2007. Students were reportedly selected from around the country, perhaps as many as 2000. Many of the students cast in the show later claimed it was an elaborate scam by Utah-based security alarm company Firstline. The "show" was produced by "Acuality Entertainment", and producers promised the students it would air on a major network. Many students never saw any cameras, however. No show never aired. Firstline subsequently went into bankruptcy, and the state of California launched an investigation of the company's practices which led to its license being revoked.