12 titles.

1. Tales from the Crypt (1972)
Five persons are visiting a catacomb following a guide and get lost. They find that they are trapped in a crypt and, out of the blue, they see The Crypt Keeper (Ralph Richardson) that tells five stories: (1) And All through the House: On the Christmas Eve, Joanne Clayton kills her husband expecting to receive his insurance. She hears on the news that the police are seeking-out a serial-killer posing of Santa Claus. When the man knocks on her door, she can not call the police since the body of her husband lays on the living room, and Joanne locks windows and doors. When she looks for her daughter, she has a lethal surprise. (2) Reflection of Death: Carl Maitland leaves his wife and children and leaves town with his mistress. However something happens during their journey (3) Poetic Justice: The widower janitor Arthur Edward Grimsdyke is a good man that spends his leisure time with the children from the neighborhood. His heartless neighbor James Elliot does not like him and destroys his lifer leading Grimsdyke to the suicide on the Valentine Day. One year later, Grimsdyke rises from his tomb seeking revenge against James. (4) Wish you Were Here: The dirty businessman Ralph Jason is bankrupted and his lawyer and friend Charles Gregory tells him that he must sell his real estate. When he tells to his wife Enid, she recalls that they have a statue with the legend that it could grant three wishes to the owner. She makes the wishes and leads Ralph to eternal damnation. (5) Blind Alleys: The cruel Major William Rogers comes to the Elmridge Home for the Blind with his dog Shane to be the new director. He is very cruel with the interns until the day that they revenge the bad treatment. Soon the five persons discover that the are at the gate of hell.
2. Lead Balloon (2006 TV Series)
Episode: Debacle (2007)
On the face of it Rick is - for a change - an amazing success when he performs a stand-up routine for the Ganton Perinex pharmaceutical company but unfortunately prospective investors take some of his comments to heart and his success is short-lived. By the same token was it really such a good idea to get Michael's metal-detecting holiday a slot on a Wish You Were Here type show?
3. Duty Free (1984 TV Series)
Episode: Close Up (1986)
The crew of television holiday programme 'Wish You Were Here' is at the hotel, along with its presenter Judith Chalmers. David and Amy are asked by Judith to say a few words into the microphone about the resort but David insists on Linda being included, as well as speaking in an affected accent, which provokes Amy into deliberately ruining their fifteen minutes of fame. The Cochrans are invited to replace them but Robert's rant against the Germans makes for equally unsuitable viewing.
4. The Dumb Bunnies (1998 TV Series)
Episode: Git Along Little Bunnies (1998)
The Dumb Bunnies head for a Dude Ranch at the invitation of Prissy, their next door neighbour (actually she only sent them a Wish You Were Here postcard, but anytime the Dumb Bunnies can grant a wish, they hop at the chance!) Upon their arrival they find that the Uppitys have been jailed for cattle rustling! The Dumb Bunnies set out to prove their friends innocence, which bring them head to head with a shady character by the name of Black Bart Bunny. Refusing to bow to threats and fear (or too dumb to recognize them as such) the Dumb Bunnies prove their loyalty to their friends and clear their names. Their actions inspire Black Bart to come clean and mend some fences of his own. Yippie -yi -oh- bunny!
5. Tokyo Pop (1988)
Young female rock singer is not appreciated by her band, gets postcard from Japan saying "wish you were here". Takes what little money she has including ex-boyfriend's rent money and goes to Tokyo. She has numereous cross-cultural adventures and ends up singing with a Japanese rock group looking for a gaijin gimmick. They get their 15 minutes of fame, and our heroine realizes that she has no future there, and will hold them back if she stays. Everyone lives happily ever after.
6. Der Tourist (1996 TV Movie)
Police inspector Lanz has long been trailing a serial killer who strikes while on vacation and loves to needle him with words "Wish you were here" on a postcard. When the killer turns up in London, Lanz takes up the chase, but before he can nail his suspect, the man falls to his death from a rooftop. The case is closed, Lanz goes on a vacation to Vienna with his lovely wife Karen, not knowing that there is already someone waiting for him...
7. Pink Floyd in Venice (1989 Documentary)
Live concert by Pink Floyd in Piazza San Marco, Venezia, in 1989, performig: Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Learning To Fly, Yet Another Movie, Round And Around, Sorrow, The Dogs Of War, On The Turning Away, Time, The Great Gig In The Sky, Wish You Were Here, Money, Another Brick In The Wall, part two, Comfortably Numb, Run Like Hell.
8. The Cohens and Kellys in Hollywood (1932)
Small town America: the Cohens own a movie theater; the Kellys own a diner. Kitty Kelly and Maurice Cohen are young lovers; Maurice sends Kitty's picture to a movie studio, and they accept her and make her a star. Soon, the Kelly family is living the high life; they write a postcard to the Cohens, who take a polite "wish you were here" as an invitation to sell everything. The Kellys shun the Cohens, who they now see as gauche. But when sound films are introduced, Kitty is no longer a star, and composer Maurice suddenly makes his family rich (for a while) .
9. The Postcard (2009 Short Film)
Stan, a married man, father of two suffers from depression and questions his sexuality. We find him in his garage making the final preparations for his suicide. He writes "Having a wonderful time. Wish you were here," on the back of a postcard. Blanche, his wife, picks their children up from school and returns home to find Stan on ground amid the exhaust from his truck reaching for the button to his broken garage door opener. Should she let nature take its course, or should she unlock the door and save him?
10. The Avengers: Wish You Were Here? - The Top Ten London Locations (2011 Video)
The Avengers (1961 -1969)and London go hand in hand. In the 1960s London had style, verve and appeal. London became a vivid backdrop to the adventures of John Steed, Cathy Gale, Emma Peel and Tara King. In "THE AVENGERS - Wish You Were Here? The Top Ten London Locations" we've decided to take a look at some of the most popular London locations featured in the series with then and now reconstructed shots.
11. Wish You Were Here (2013 Short Film)
In 1985, Sanchez Gordillo, Marinaleda's mayor, told the newspaper El Pais: 'We have learned that it is not enough to define utopia, nor is it enough to fight against the reactionary forces. One must build it here and now, brick by brick, patiently but steadily, until we can make the old dreams a reality: that there will be bread for all, freedom among citizens, and culture; and to be able to read with respect the word 'peace '. We sincerely believe that there is no future that is not built in the present.' Right now, I'm 1.24 miles from Marinaleda, the utopia. Wish you were here.
12. Wish You Were Here (2013 Documentary)
Postcards of Muncie, Indiana landmarks dating between 1910-1930 are composited with the same landmarks as they exist (or not) today. Wish You Were Here addresses changes in the cultural and economic landscapes of a small Rust-Belt city over the past 100 years.
12 titles.