13 titles.

1. Everwood (2002 TV Series)
Episode: The Miracle of Everwood (2003)
Although Amy and Bright are still living in denial regarding the state of Colin's recovery, Ephram can't ignore the bad signs any longer after he witnesses Colin freaking out and vandalizing the gym teacher's office. Meanwhile, a New York Magazine reporter pays a visit to Dr. Brown in hopes of uncovering the truth behind why the famed surgeon is still living in Everwood; and Delia decides to secretly spend the night in the Museum of History while on a school field trip.
2. Grange Hill (1978 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #18.14 (1995)
Julie's one-sided article about the road through the playing fields isn't accepted by Mr. Robson without a piece that states a counter viewpoint. While avoiding his nemesis, Gary, who's still mad over the lonely hearts mix-up, Dennis ducks down in the Secretary's Office, and overhears that Lucy's needed at home. She's not quite sure to believe him after recent fiascos, but walks to her house with Dennis. There she finds an ambulance outside and her mother being wheeled into it, unconscious and with a drip attached. Mr. Robson, drives up, having been alerted, and not finding Lucy in her class. Mr. Hankin wants to take Year Seven for a "night at the museum" - the Science Museum, if he can find a suitable female chaperon. In the end his classroom assistant Dorothy, volunteers, and they head out. Night falls, and Lucy's still at hospital, in the waiting area with her mother still in a coma. A doctor explains that Lucy's mother has most likely got a form of Meningitis. At the Science Museum, Year Seven get to build a biplane, then meet an actor playing a convincing astronaut from the Apollo days. Kevin and Wayne aren't pleased to find their sleeping bags have been moved by kids from a scout group, and are determined to get their own back. Wayne convinces the rival group that there is a haunted room with mummified bodies, and leads them up to the medical gallery, and beyond to a room in the dark. When they arrive, Wayne quietly leaves them alone in the darkened area. While they are well and truly spooked, Kevin, his face painted by his sister's makeup, suddenly shines a torch onto his face, and they run off screaming. When it comes to bedtime, Dorothy has a fund of stories about the time she spent travelling abroad. At the hospital, Lucy's dad is called in by the ward sister...
3. The Outing (1987)
An ancient genie is released from a lamp when thieves ransack an old woman's house. They are killed and the lamp is moved to a museum to be studied. The curator's daughter is soon possessed by the genie and invites her friends to spend the night at the museum, along with some uninvited guests. The genie kills them off in an attempt to fulfill her ultimate wish.
4. The Wax Mask (1997)
Paris, 1900: a couple are horribly murdered by a masked man with a metal claw who rips their hearts out. The sole survivor and witness to the massacre is a young girl. Twelve years later in Rome a new wax museum is opened, whose main attractions are lifelike recreations of gruesome murder scenes. A young man bets that he will spend the night in the museum but is found dead the morning after. Soon, people start disappearing from the streets of Rome and the wax museum halls begin filling with new figures...
5. Beauty and the Geek Australia (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.6 (2009)
The five beauties spend a night at the museum when they become tour guides. The geeks host a Love Hotline on radio. The team that wins the challenges nominates two teams to send to the Elimination Room, with each person nominating one team. The nominated teams participate in a quiz in which the team with fewer correct answers is eliminated.
6. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #37.1 (2007)
Jakob Stegelmann reflects on last year's film, books, video games and comic books, and looks ahead at upcoming 2007 Danish releases: Night at the Museum (2006), Arthur et les Minimoys (2006)/Arthur and the Minimoys, Ghost Rider (2007), Spider-Man 3 (2007), Meet the Robinsons (2007), Ratatouille (2007), Surf's Up (2007), Shrek the Third (2007) and The Simpsons Movie (2007).
7. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #41.19 (2009)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews the DVD release of The Spirit (2008). An interview with Hank Azaria on his latest film Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009) and his voice career. Also the video games Space Invaders Extreme (Xbox 360), Peggle (Xbox 360), Mega Man 9 (PlayStation 3), Bubble Bobble Plus (Wii), Bit Trip Beat (Wii) and Guitar Hero: Metallica (PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 & Wii).
8. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #37.5 (2007)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Night at the Museum (2006) and the DVD release of Tau man ji D (2005)/Initial D. Also the video games Barnyard (Wii, PC, Playstation 2 & GameCube), RTL Winter Games 2007 (PC & Playstation 2), RTL Ski Jumping 2007 (PC & Playstation 2) and RTL Biathlon 2007 (PC & Playstation 2).
9. Crash Test: With Rob Huebel and Paul Scheer (2015 TV Movie)
Crash Test is a one-of-a-kind comedy special on a moving bus that turns Los Angeles into it's stage. It's a fast-paced improvised ride with stand-up on the street, an "exclusive" tour of celebrities homes, and a break-in on the Paramount Lot. This special features some of Hollywood's biggest comedians, including Aziz Ansari (Parks and Recreation, This Is The End), Rob Corddry (Ballers, Children's Hospital), Aubrey Plaza (Parks and Recreation, Safety Not Guaranteed), Natasha Leggero (Another Period, Neighbors), Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant (Reno 911, Night at the Museum), Jack McBrayer (30 Rock, Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and musical guest Earl Sweatshirt (Odd Future).
10. The Rotten Tomatoes Show (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Terminator Salvation/Night at the Museum 2/Dance Flick (2009)
In the this episode of The Rotten Tomatoes Show, hosts Brett Erlich and Ellen Fox lead ensemble reviews of "Terminator Salvation," "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian," & "Dance Flick," Ellen breaks down the Top 5 Bitches in the movies and Brett shares some unconventional travel tips.
11. Interviews with Creatives (2015 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.4 (2015)
For our fourth interview, we spoke with Jalil Sadool (Former Lead Animator at Weta Digital and Dreamworks Animation) who has worked in the film industry as an animator for over 10 years. He started his career in the VFX industry on 'The Chronicles of Narnia', 'Night at the Museum' and 'Garfield 2'. He then moved to New Zealand to work as a Senior Animator and Lead Animator on amazing projects such as 'The Water Horse', 'Avatar', 'The Adventures of Tintin' and 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes'. After years in the VFX industry, Jalil switched to feature animation at Dreamworks Animation where he worked on 'Rise of the Guardians' and was a Character Lead on 'How to Train your Dragon 2'.
12. New Deal Studios, Visual Effects (2010 Documentary)
New Deal Studios is where the line between illusion and reality disappears. Come along for a peek behind the magician's curtain at one of Hollywood's top visual effects houses. In this Creative Inspirations documentary, find out how key scenes from Martin Scorsese's film Shutter Island were created, as well as segments of The Dark Knight and Night at the Museum. Using a combination of models, miniatures, computer graphics, and digital effects, New Deal Studios was designed from the ground up to be a place where effects professionals could do their best work, and where filmmakers could have their visions realized.
13. A Park for the City (2014 Documentary)
In the 1890s, the city of Detroit hired famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted (co-designer of New York City's Central Park) to create a one-of-a-kind park on Belle Isle in the Detroit River. In this film, Detroit resident Nicole Macdonald uses BBC footage and surveillance tapes from motion sensor cameras, to take a Night at the Museum look at the flora and fauna that are reclaiming the island's abandoned zoo. Macdonald provides insightful commentary about her beloved city with this visual field guide in which she labels plants and identifies the wildlife caught on tape. Among them: a pair of foxes living next to an abandoned office chair in the old seal pool and a bear caught wandering on the cracked pavement near the deserted pavilion.
In the 1890s, the city of Detroit hired famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted (co-designer of New York City's Central Park) to create a one-of-a-kind park on Belle Isle in the Detroit River. In this film, Detroit resident Nicole Macdonald uses BBC footage and surveillance tapes from motion sensor cameras, to take a Night at the Museum look at the flora and fauna that are reclaiming the island's abandoned zoo. Macdonald provides insightful commentary about her beloved city with this visual field guide in which she labels plants and identifies the wildlife caught on tape. Among them: a pair of foxes living next to an abandoned office chair in the old seal pool and a bear caught wandering on the cracked pavement near the deserted pavilion. RS
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