19 titles.

1. The Middle (2009 TV Series)
Episode: The Quarry (2010)
When Axl is suspended for skipping school, Mike decides it's time to teach his son a lesson about life and makes him go to work with him at the quarry. But Mike's master plan backfires when Axl likes the job so much that he wants to quit school and lead the life of a quarryman. Meanwhile, Frankie is devastated when she fears that she accidentally prayed away Sue's cross-country team after it's cut by the school; and while practicing a magic trick, Brick makes the main TV remote disappear - and can't figure out how to make it reappear.
2. Charmed (1998 TV Series)
Episode: Witchstock (2004)
Paige finds herself transported back in time by a pair of Grams boots to an era of free-love and freely practiced magic where Paige really fits in. When Piper and Phoebe go back to the 1960's to rescue her they inadvertently save their grandfather whose death made Grams the warlock killing demon fighting witch they knew. In the present Leo and Chris are fighting a green gooey demon that is surrounding Halliwell Manor with out help of the Charmed Ones.
3. Futurama (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Jurassic Bark (2002)
Fry's old work place, Panucci's Pizza, has been unearthed and preserved as a museum exhibit. Fry finds the fossilized remains of his dog Seymour and demands to take them home. Professor Farnsworth thinks he can produce a clone of Seymour and inject all of his old memories. But Bender, who has been practicing a magic act with Fry as his lovely assistant, becomes annoyed at Fry for only focusing on his dead dog.
4. Step by Step (1991 TV Series)
Episode: The Making of the President (1992)
J.T. laughs at the student elections as 'by and for the geeks' on issues nobody cares about. But his fellow Joe Schmo's convince him to stand for president against Dana. Frank and Carol can barely keep neutral until the C-students carry the day easily. Cody and Brandon practice magic tricks, without talent or prudence. Only then J.T. discovers the presidency bites in his time management and lifestyle more then he can bare. But isn't resigning in favor of Barky worse?
5. Practical Magic (1998)
Sisters Sally and Gillian Owens have a special bond with each other despite being different in personality and outlook. Having grown up with their spinster Aunts Frances and Jet in the long time Owens family home on an island off the coast of Massachusetts following the death of their father and then their mother, they are the latest in a long line of witches. Rumors of the Owens women being witches have existed for generations in the small close minded town in which they live, despite there being no hard evidence. The Owens women are also under a curse that any man with who they fall in love is doomed. With this experience, extroverted Gilly decides to leave the island to live life to the fullest, in the process falling for Jimmy Angelov, an ethnic Bulgarian who grew up near Transylvannia. More introspective Sally, who has sworn off the use of magic except in its most practical sense, has taken measures not to fall in love because of the curse, but ends up falling for and marrying Michael, a local merchant, the two who end up having two daughters of their own. The curse works its way into both Gilly and Sally's lives in different ways. The outcomes of the curse on their collective lives become more complicated with the arrival into town of Tuscon police detective Gary Hallet, whose arrival is not by accident and involves more than just his stated professional purpose.
Sally and Gillian Owens have always known they were different. Raised by their aunts after their parents' death, the sisters grew up in a household that was anything but typical--their aunts fed them chocolate cake for breakfast and taught them the uses of practical magic. But the invocation of the Owens' sorcery also carries a price--some call it a curse: the men they fall in love with are doomed to an untimely death. Now adult women with very different personalities, the quiet Sally and the fiery Gillian must use all of their powers to fight the family curse and a swarm of supernatural forces that threatens the lives of all the Owens women.
6. The Tempest (2010)
In Julie Taymor's version of 'The Tempest,' the main character is now a woman named Prospera. Going back to the 16th or 17th century, women practicing the magical arts of alchemy were often convicted of witchcraft. In Taymor's version, Prospera is usurped by her brother and sent off with her four-year daughter on a ship. She ends up on an island; it's a tabula rasa: no society, so the mother figure becomes a father figure to Miranda. This leads to the power struggle and balance between Caliban and Prospera; a struggle not about brawn, but about intellect.
In Shakespeare's fantastical thriller the magician Prospero orchestrates spirits, monsters, a grief-stricken king, a wise old councillor, two treacherous brothers and a storm at sea into a fantastical conspiracy bringing banishment, sorcery and shipwreck into the lives of two hapless lovers to stir and seal their fate. Here Prospero takes female form as Prospera, giving her journey of vengeance and self-discovery a wholly new resonance. As Prospera breaks her magical staff against an entrancing volcanic landscape at the end of her heroic quest, this poignant story of love and forgiveness translates into a riveting and filmic mystical tale, for our own times.
7. The Elephant Princess (2008 TV Series)
Episode: It's an Ordinary Life (2009)
Having learned Omar is her dad, Alex has ran back to the Wilsons. Kuru comes pack, take his leave from the Wilsons and offer generous gifts. They include a model and wood for a Manjipoorean gazebo, which dad Jim is unable to construct, but he gets JB to help and talks him into making up with Alex. Kuru takes Alex back to sign papers relinquishing control Anala, the right to servants and the throne to a triumphant Vashan. Then Kuru scolds her selfish, cowardly haste and leaves her the royal runes. Diva laughs at him being reduced to shuffling elephant manure, and secretly practices magic.
8. The Elephant Princess (2008 TV Series)
Episode: Love Your Enemy (2011)
Secretly in the Manjipur forest, Caleb waves Zamira's call for loyalty to Diva and patiently practices magic moves, learning to float. Kuru considers Zamira's plea the book would be safer under his care, yet decides it's a princely choice. At school, Alex's future depends on the composition test. Veronica fails to seduce Taylor to take her back, but steals his memory stick with Alex's song for her trio. When teacher Getz finds out, Alex pleads against expulsion and even helps her write and perform another song.
9. Sabrina, the Animated Series (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Moldy Oldie (1999)
The Spellman's Great-Great-Great-Grampa Gandolf comes to Greendale for a visit and to renew his Witching license. The family loves him but his stories from the old days and his haphazard spells begin to unnerve them. If Gandolf doesn't get his license renewed he'll be forced to retire and they'll be stuck with him! Gandolf refuses their offer of help, so the girls must trick him into practicing magic. Because of their meddling, he almost does not pass. But, thanks to his years of wisdom and experience....he does!
10. Burn, Witch, Burn (1962)
A skeptical college professor discovers that his wife has been practicing magic for years. Like the learned, rational fellow he is, he forces her to destroy all her magical charms and protective devices, and stop that foolishness. He isn't put off by her insistence that his professional rivals are working magic against him, and her protections are necessary to his career and life.
Professor Norman Taylor teaches at Hempnell Medical College. He's quite good and has earned the respect of his colleagues. Some of the wives don't quite feel the same about his wife Tansy however. Norman is quite shocked to learn that Tansy has been practicing witchcraft since he'd had an accident two years before in Jamaica. Tansy is convinced that it's her witchcraft that saved him. He thinks it's all nonsense and destroys all of her paraphernalia, including a small photo of himself Tansy kept in a locket. Soon after, Norman's world begins to fall apart. One of his students accuses him of molesting her and as a result another student threatens him with a gun. When evil spirits try to take him, Tansy decides that she will die in his place. He races to save her but Tansy isn't isn't the only practitioner of witchcraft.
Norman Taylor is a successful young professor, married with Tansy Taylor. He is a very skeptical man, while his wife believes in magic and witchcraft. One day, he finds lots of amulets and witchcraft in his house, and he decides to destroy all of them. His wife gets scared and advises him that he destroyed all the protection their home and lives had against the evil of envious and wicked persons, including some of his colleagues. Norman in principle does not have faith in her, but many strange events happen with him, and he changes his mind.
11. Storm of Love (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Die Spieluhr (2015)
Niklas tells Michael he doesn't want a big stag party. Poppy hides her pregnancy for Werner. Tina thinks Poppy should tell it Michael and Werner but Poppy thinks this will be the end of her marriage. She invites Poppy to stay the night with her. Julia asks Tina to go to Munich tomorrow to seek out a bride's dress. Julia want to ask Poppy too but Tina says to her that Poppy doesn't feel herself very well. Julia makes her clear she doesn't want a wild hen's party. Michael and Tina spontaneous decide to organize a low profile bachelor party for this afternoon. Tina asks Nils to come to the party but Nils doesn't want to because of his former relation with Julia. Norman finds Poppy in the community house. Poppy seems to be in panic but Norman can't get out of her what happened; she leaves. Tina lures Julia to the garden in front of the hotel. Julia is surprised by a low profile party with a couple of friends and of course Niklas. At that moment Nils passes by during his jogging. Julia embraces him and invites him to the party; Nilklas has no objections. Later: Poppy shows up. She tells Michael she is pregnant from him and wants an abortion. Luisa finds Sebastian practicing a magic trick. They have a nice talk together. Luisa has to pay far more for the funeral of her mother than she can pay. Julia advices her to ask Friedrich for advanced money. Luisa finds him in his office being annoyed during a telephone call. He makes a negative remark to her but apologizes himself immediately to her. She doesn't ask him money but withdraws herself. She wants to sell a broken musical clock, a reminder object. Hermann meets her and tells her he already paid the funeral bill. She talks with Sebastian about it and asks him for a job. He advices her to do the flower decoration on the wedding party. She immediately leaves to ask for that but forgets her musical clock. Charlotte thinks it is OK she does the flower deco. Friedrich has 50% of the hotel shares again thanks to Hermann. Hermann asks in return to give Luisa the job in the garden. He wants her to become his heiress. He never found out who is Luisa's real father. Friedrich looks a little nervous. Sebastian comes to Luisa in the laundry room and shows her a trick. Suddenly her musical clock is there, she opens it and it starts to make music. Charlotte finds Friedrich at the grave of Marta Reisiger, Luisa's mother. He tells her he might be the father of Luisa. It seems that the coup in San Cortez was successful for Barbara and her husband. Will she be powerful enough to have influence in the case of her half-sister Patrizia. Stefan thinks he and Patrizia should stop their relation to have a chance during her juridical process. Patrizia shows him a newspaper article about San Cortez and informs Stefan about her sister. Stefan now knows who the strange one on his voice-mail is. Patrizia suggests Stefan to disappear to San Cortez together before the process start. Hermann invites Beatrice to Madame Butterfly. He gives her a small box. She opens it and there are earrings inside. He asks her to wear them when they go to the opera. She undoes herself from clothes. Later: Hermann comes down from the stairs and grabs to his heart. Michael catches him and advices him to calm down.
12. Storm of Love (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Die überraschungsgäste (2015)
Poppy tells Werner she hurt her foot, and keeps the pregnancy a secret for him. Michael treats her feet in his practice. When Werner leaves Poppy tells Michael she didn't tell Werner about the pregnancy. At home she starts crying again. Werner promises her to do the wedding organization for her. He calls Tina who just does her fitness with Nils, to help with to organization. Tina fetches the wedding cake with a carrier-cycle. She talks with Poppy in front of the hotel. Out of frustration Poppy kicks against the bicycle and the cake falls on the ground. Tina meets her old friend Pauline and asks her to help her arranging a new wedding cake. Pauline and André start to bake the cake. Julia wants to postpone the wedding so Niklas can go to the application talk in Lisbon. But Niklas convinces her to marry tomorrow. Julia calls Lisbon and arranges an application talk for Niklas in Lisbon today. When he leaves he meets his brother Leonard and Leonard's wife Pauline with their baby Gabriel in front of the hotel. Charlotte hears about the application talk through Julia and talks with Friedrich about it. Friedrich thinks that Niklas doesn't respect him because he would have told it his father sooner. He talks with Julia about it. Hermann visits Friedrich in his office. He thinks about a PR-campaign for Friedrich as mayor during the wedding but Friedrich tells him about his promises to stay on the background during the ceremony and party. Hermann convinces Friedrich to do a low-profile campaign. Luisa catches Sebastian when he practices a magic trick. He hurts is thumb when the trick goes wrong. Luisa gives him medical care. Hermann asks Beatrice to accompany him during the wedding tomorrow. Friedrich already gave Beatrice a day off. Beatrice talks with her son again. Luisa talks with Hermann about Beatrice. Hermann tells her he thinks Beatrice is nice, intelligent and beautiful but he doesn't think about marrying her. Hermann doesn't know that Beatrice hears every word he says. Later: Beatrice visits Hermann on his suite. He gives her a dress as a present. She tells him she doesn't want to be bought with presents. She reveals to him she has fallen in love with him but knows he sees only friendship; she quits the relation. Sebastian wants to help Luisa carrying the flower decoration. They touch each other but she suddenly acts as if he insulted her. Stefan did get the falsified passports, a gun and money from Barbara and hands it over to Patrizia. In the middle of the night: Patrizia lays the weapon under the sheets and fakes having pain. The watchman comes into her hospital room. Police commissioner Meyser calls Friedrich to tell him that Patrizia did escape.
13. K3 (2015 TV Series)
Episode: Totally Out of Luck! (2016)
K3 are heading to Acapulco, Mexico when suddenly they run into a string of bad luck. K4 breaks down and the girls find themselves in a deserted gas station in the middle of the desert! They bump into Varuamana, the Shaman, and discover that he's the source of their bad luck. While practicing magic, Varuamana accidentally cast a spell on a calendar turned onto the date Friday 13th, which is what's causing all the bad luck. The girls can't even get near the calendar to destroy it or change the date without something unlucky happening. Will K3 be able to help Varuamana reverse the spell, or will they be totally out of luck?!
14. Mythwits (2014 TV Series)
Episode: Stuff of Legends (2015)
Streamed live on Jul 20, 2015 Jason Nelson started professional RPG writing in 2002 with the Save My Game and Behind the Screen gamemastering advice columns for Wizards of the Coast, then broadening into writing adventures for Dungeon ("Practical Magic" and "Man Forever") and several articles for Dragon. In 2008, he made the Final Four in Paizo's inaugural RPG Superstar competition, and since then has been a regular contributor to Paizo's Adventure Paths, including End of Eternity for Legacy of Fire, War of the River Kings for Kingmaker, and The Hungry Storm for Jade Regent. In addition to adventure writing, Jason has co-authored 10 Pathfinder Chronicles and Companion source books and has written major sections of the ENnie-award winning Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting, Gamemastery Guide, Advanced Player's Guide, Bestiary 2, Ultimate Magic, and Ultimate Combat. A devoted Christian, husband, and father, and a proud gamer since 1981, Jason loves to bring hardcore old-school styling alongside inventive new creations to his contributions to Paizo and is excited to be bringing the same high-concept, high-action, high-adventure attitude to Legendary Games.
15. The Dialogue: An Interview with Screenwriter Robin Swicord (2007 Video)
Robin Swicord has secured a spot as one of Hollywood's top screenwriters. Her first big-screen adaptation was of the Louisa May Alcott novel Little Women, and that was soon followed by the adapted screenplays for the upcoming The Jane Austen Book Club, which she also directed, The Perez Family, Practical Magic, Memoirs of a Geisha and Matilda, which she penned with husband Nick Kazan. In this interview, learn more as Swicord delves into the adaptations, collaborations and frustrations she's experienced as a screenwriter.
16. The Magician (1999 Short Film)
After a terrible accident claims her father's life, Daniel begins spending more and more time alone, practicing magic. What at first seems a harmless way to cope with her loss, soon grows into an obsession. When Daniel's teacher tells her grandfather, Dodge that Daniel hasn't been in school, Dodge discovers her obsession has become something far more tragic.
17. Practical Magic (1937 Short Film)
Farmer Charlie Corey and his son Ralph struggle once again to start their broken-down old tractor so they can finish plowing. While Ralph drives into town to buy a new part, Charlie takes a nap under a nearby tree. In a dream, Charlie is visited by Bill Stevens, the local McCormick-Deering implement dealer. Using "practical magic" Bill demonstrates the entire line of new McCormick-Deering agricultural tractors. Each tractor magically appears in Bill's truck, drives itself down the ramp to Bill and Charlie, waits while Bill describes its desirable features, then drives away to line up with the other tractors. The models seen: W-12; O-12; Farmall 12, 20, and 30; 10-20; W-30; W-40; WD-40, the first diesel-powered wheeled tractor made in America; and finally the crawler-tread T-20, T-35, TD-35, T-40, and TD-40. Charlie wakes up when Ralph returns, then insists on driving immediately to Bill's dealership--to buy a new tractor!
18. The Monk's Sacrifice (1914 Short Film)
The king and queen of a small Polish village were on the verge of a rupture due to the cruel ways of the king. Their subjects loved the queen and were endeavoring to raise sufficient funds for her to fight the king. An old monk of the Order of Cordeliers endeavored to assist the queen's cause by searching for the Philosopher's Stone. He was arrested for practicing magic and sorcery, brought before the Holy Inquisition, found guilty, but was saved by the queen. He continued his search, but instead of finding the magic stone, he discovered gunpowder. The king became very suspicious of the old monk and had him constantly watched, therefore when the monk sent a letter to the queen informing her of his discovery, the letter bearer was captured and killed by the king's men and the note reached the king instead of the queen. A knock at the old monk's door did not surprise him as he expected a visit from the queen, but upon opening it much to his astonishment there stood the king with the monk's letter in his hand. The king threatened him with instant death, but the monk asked for one more day with the promise of revealing his discovery to the king. It was granted, but rather than let his enemy, the king, obtain his discovery the old monk blew up his house, himself and his discovery.
19. Mayong: Myth/Reality (2013 Documentary)
On July 15, 2011, the day Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 got released in India, we carried out an informal survey among about 200 young (and not so young) people in Guwahati, Assam, India, about whether they had heard about Mayong. Many had not heard about it, and most of those who had, did not know where it was located. Most of them knew everything about the fictional world of magic in Harry Potter, but were largely unaware that in Mayong, just 40 km off Guwahati, practice of magic - Tantra-Mantra as the locals call it - has been a way of life since ages. This is a cinematic journey to this place, believed to be the land of sorcerers!
19 titles.