Tuesday, 26 Sep 2017
Commander Willy Fog accepts the challenge and embarks on an amazing and educational adventure to travel around the world in a hot-air balloon.

The last great frontier on Earth is disovered to be an underground world of exotic creatures and geology hidden hundreds of miles below the surface.

When recently divorced Kristen Matthews moves from London to a quaint house in a small Welsh village, she thinks she has found her new beginning. But all is not well in her new surroundings as Kristen begins to experience lifelike nightmares in her new house, and a series of unexplained suicides suddenly occur. As the church begins to experience supernatural encounters, members of a mysterious coven awaken inert spirits who will make the village pay for its dark history. Can Kristen stop the manifestation or will she succumb to the ancient evil?
A collection of six urban-appeal action films and street-documentaries will be released as the “Pappa Cap: Urban Six Pack” and priced at $14.95 suggested retail. The titles in this urban collection include:  ”Chicago Streets”, “Exclusive Street Battles”, “Hip Hop Rewind”, “Life After Death Row”, “Tha Real Hustle & Flow” and “Whatz Really Hood.”
A somber but engaging, powerful examination of four Mexico City teenagers whose self-destructive tendencies speak volumes about the failing social systems surrounding them. - Ulises Silva

Buried Alive

Published in New Releases

When a young man wakes up from a drug induced coma, he finds himself in a coffin, buried alive. With very few clues to go on, he must race the clock to solve the mystery and escape from his tomb.

A journalist, German Acosta, writes a book about a brutal unsolved case. This is the story of Diana Ines, a young girl who died in July 1968.

This powerful book reveals motives and methods that made the assassination of JFK possible and ultimately successful. 

Sequel to author Barr McClellan's #1 National Best Seller "Blood, Money & Power: How LBJ Killed JFK" 

With sharp attention to detail, Danielson's first novel is a tightly woven fabric. Set in Minnesota's vibrant Twin Cities we witness the synergy of community needs, social values and business acumen drawing them together. Even though the narrative is third person omniscient where an author could take us into the minds of several characters, all we see is through the protagonist's view. Fortunately, Jack Lange is a compelling character whose powerful attributes are balanced with self-deprecating humor. His role as powerful land developer is balanced with his personal loyalty to colleagues, family and his love interest, a rural medical doctor. The most dynamic character is Weldon McWatt whose actions shape every scene he's in as well as those he's not in. Jack revives McWatt's integrity and McWatt reciprocates on the rugged North Shore of Lake Superior. This romantic thriller brings us a new author on the scene, but no secret to those who live in Cutrock.
Born Cipa Widerman into a large Jewish family in Warsaw, Poland in November of 1922, Nicole Holland immigrated at the age of six months with her mother and sisters to Paris, France where they joined her father and brothers. Her happy childhood was spent in an apartment house built for large families like hers on Ile St. Louis in the middle of Paris with summers at Colleville, later known as Omaha Beach. Once the Nazis invaded France, and more specifically Paris, her life changed drastically. As a Jewish indeterminee or a person with no nationality, Nicole was included on the list of the first round-ups of Jews. Barely missing arrest, she escaped to unoccupied France and took on a new, non-Jewish identity. As a naïve teenager, she was thrust from the comfort of a loving home and forced to survive on her own in several strange cities. Nicole managed to find work and friends and along the way became a member of the French Underground in order to do whatever she could to rid France of the Nazi invaders. When the Germans began retreating, she even joined the Underground fighters she had supplied with messages and arms as the only woman fighting with them as liberators. Upon her return to Paris, she joined the CAVF, an organization of the former French Underground. Through this job, she searched for lost family members and a way to build a future without hatred, fear, and the devastation of war. One of the Lucky Ones is the story of her amazing journey.
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About Hannover House

Hannover House is a full service media company, specializing in the production and distribution of feature films for theatres, home video and the Video-On-Demand formats for the North American retail marketplace. Formed in 1993, Hannover House concentrated it’s activities exclusively in the literary, book-publishing industries until 2003 when the company entered into the DVD marketplace.

Now, with over 200 titles in its growing film library -- over half of which are in active distribution -- Hannover House has quickly ascended to a dominant role as a leading, independent distributor in the U.S. market. The company is particularly noted for its successes in placing DVD titles within mass merchandisers and key chain stores. Retailers carrying Hannover House products include thousands of independently owned and operated retail video stores and book stores, and most mass merchants and major retailers. In addition to this "core" distribution activity, Hannover House is launching two, major new ventures in 2014.  "VODwiz" is a new video-on-demand portal for independent films, structured similarly to Netflix and Amazon's streaming services;  "Medallion International Pictures" is the company's international sales and financing operation, designed to provide Hannover House with up to five, high-profile theatrical features each year.

Parade of Hits

Hannover's early successes in book publishing were sparked by critical acclaim and commercial success with "Sacred Prey" and "Quietus" from novelist / screenwriter Vivian Schilling.  The Company achieved its first # 1 Best-Seller on Amazon.com (and it's highest position on the New York Times Best-Sellers list) with the 2003 release of  Blood, Money and Power: How L.B.J. Killed J.F.K. by Barr McClellan.  The addition of DVD products in 2003 marked a turning point for the Company, as a steady slate of releases achieved top-selling status for Walmart and other major retailers, both as new releases as well as within the popular Budget Bins.

Top selling DVD titles include (listed alphabetically):  Classic Comedies Pack, Classic TV Pack, Come Away Home, Fun Park, Future Shock, Grand Champion, Martial Arts Action Pack, Samurai Action Pack, Twelve and Zombie Warz. At present, Hannover House is releasing about 24 titles each year to the DVD / Blu-Ray and V.O.D. markets in North America, with three-to-five titles also enjoying some degree of theatrical release.  The new productions being funded through Medallion International Pictures are expected to have broad, nationwide theatrical release support.