A woman tries to get over the death of her sister by taking an Acrophobiac group. The the group starts to get killed one by one.
Don’t Look Down is the untold story behind Sir Richard Branson’s daring attempts to cross the Atlantic and Pacific in the mid 80s and early 90s in the world’s largest hot air balloon. Daniel Gordon captures the intensity and passion of the team that was involved in this ambitious project, as well as the first-hand account from Branson himself. Branson remembers details of his journey with remarkable sharpness and clarity. It’s as if the perilous adventure he embarks upon, with engineer, and Balloonist, Per Lindstrand, just occurred.
Urban free climbers are a new breed of daredevils, young men and women who illegally climb cranes and buildings without any safety equipment, then hang from them, hundreds of metres above the ground, one slip from certain death... Free climbing originated in Eastern Europe, but has recently spread to Britain. James Kingston is a 23-year-old who lives with his mother near Southampton. In his spare time James scales the local 100m cranes and 200m radio towers. Now James embarks on a journey to the spiritual home of urban free climbing, Ukraine, where he teams up with the infamous Mustang Wanted, the craziest climber of them all. As Mustang and James explore Kiev, the pair push themselves to new extremes, climbing derelict buildings and tightrope-walking hundreds of metres above the city, before finally heading to the iconic Moscow bridge to attempt Mustang's latest death defying stunt. Don't Look Down is fascinating, revealing and nerve-wracking.
Travel around the globe with Action Sports icon Shaun White from the SuperPipe in Alts Bandai to the black tops of Rwanda. It is time to see how he prepares for competition, copes with pressure and rises above the rest to be the best.
Here To Fall, I'm On My Way, Nothing To Hide, And The Glitter Is Gone.
A sexy Spanish siren named Elvira schools a young man in tantric lovemaking.
A woman and four men who barely know each other find themselves in an apartment in the sky above Paris. They have all been the victim of the same domineering pervert who is locked in a room. That night, they decided to finish it. In turn, they tell each other memories that bind them to this man and enter the room to confront him. But what happens between the monster and them remains their secret.
Don't Look Down was a BBC 2 documentary television series written and presented by Kevin McCloud which ran for six episodes beginning in May 2000. Each episode is a documentary about the history of famous tall buildings in the United Kingdom, including the Forth Rail Bridge, Salisbury Cathedral, the Lloyd's building, Trellick Tower, the Lovell Telescope at Jodrell Bank Observatory and Liverpool Cathedral. McCloud looks at the buildings' construction, architecture and history, but with the twist that part of the episode featured McCloud climbing the outside of the building as a way to conquer his fear of heights. McCloud also filmed the series around his fortieth birthday, claiming that it was an excellent way to remain fit. The series was aired again on the Discovery Channel in the UK during 2009 where it was retitled Kevin McCloud's UK Superstructures