Owls' Castle (1999)

Owls' Castle is a 1999 Japanese ninja-themed jidaigeki film directed by Masahiro Shinoda. It was co-written by Shinoda and Katsuo Naruse, and stars Kiichi Nakai It is the second adaptation of Ryōtarō Shiba's 1959 novel of the same name, the first being the 1963 film Castle of Owls.

Feast of July (1995)

Feast of July is a 1995 UK film produced by Merchant Ivory Productions, based on the 1954 novel by H. E. Bates, starring Embeth Davidtz and Ben Chaplin.

Gotta Catch Santa Claus (2008)

A boy and his friends embark on a quest to prove that jolly old Saint Nick (William Shatner) is real.

Ghost Graduation (2012)

Ghost Graduation (Spanish: Promoción fantasma) is a 2012 Spanish comedy film directed by Javier Ruiz Caldera.

Game Day (2007)

Chaos reigns when two buddies (Frank Brantley, Tommy Lamarr Owens) crash a football party.

Grassroots (2012)

Grassroots is a 2012 American film directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal, based on the book Zioncheck for President by Phil Campbell. Shot in Seattle, the film revolves around a grassroots campaign for Seattle City Council and explores what happens when a dedicated activist tries to realize a vision by seeking political office.

Good Intentions (2010)

Good Intentions is a 2010 comedy directed by Jim Issa. It is about Etta Milford (Elaine Hendrix), a Georgian housewife who creates a scheme to get back money for her family.

Get Well Soon (2001)

Bobby Bishop has it all- a top-rated TV show and a playboy lifestyle, but he's falling apart. All the success in the world means nothing to him because he's lovesick. With an empty heart and the mounting pressure of doing life talk show. Bobby loses control onNational TV and proclaims his love for Lily, his ex-girlfriend. Although she has tried to move on with her life, Lily has been secretly following Bobby's career and is astonished as she watches him unravel on the air. Bobby heads to NY to find Lily, his true love, but between avoiding his crazy agent, and dealing with her circle of outlandish family an friends, caching her won't be easy.

The Ground Truth (2006)

The Ground Truth (also known as The Ground Truth: After the Killing Ends) is a 2006 documentary film about veterans of the Iraq War. It was directed and produced by Patricia Foulkrod.

Gaudi Afternoon (2001)

Gaudi Afternoon is a 2001 comedy film based on Barbara Wilson's detective novel and directed by Susan Seidelman. The film focuses on an expatriate American book translator (Judy Davis) living in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, who is hired by a mysterious woman, Frankie (Marcia Gay Harden), to locate her missing husband so he can sign some important papers. Nothing Frankie says is true: the husband turns out to be a woman, the issue isn't legal papers but a child's custody, and even Frankie's most obvious identity, in red cape and red pumps, is a false front. But Cassandra keeps at it, at first to earn her promised fee, and then to help Frankie, then Frankie's ex, then the child. Along the way, this solitary and somewhat disconnected and bewildered writer frees herself to finish a novel and re-establish a broken relationship with her own past. The film’s cast includes Lili Taylor, Juliette Lewis, Christopher Bowen and Courtney Jines. Barbara Wilson's novel is the winner of a British Crime Writers' Award for Best Mystery Based in Europe and a Lambda Literary Award. The story is a high-spirited comic adventure that works issues of sexual politics into a madcap plot. The city of Barcelona is a lively party to the film and book's action. "Gaudi Afternoon" was the Opening Night screening at the 25th San Francisco International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. It was selected as the Closing Night film for the New York LGBT Film Festival, the Western and Southern Australian Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, the Miami International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and the Sydney Women of the World International Film Festival. It also played at Outfest, Seattle International Film Festival and the Mar Del Plata International Film Festival, among many other venues. In 2002, the film had a theatrical release in Europe, South Africa, Australia and Japan. After a short run in New York City, it played on TV and DVD in the US.

Sesame Street: Best of Friends (2012)

Everyone has a favorite Sesame Street friend! Is it sweet and loveable Grover? Fun, furry Elmo? Best friends Bert and Ernie? Or what about grumpy and grouchy old Oscar? Whoever it is, you'll be sure to find them on this compilation of fan favorites - chosen by the fans! Featuring celebrity segments including Johnny Cash, James Taylor, James Blunt, Julianne Moore, Ricky Gervais, Elvis Costello, and more!

Winslow Homer: An American Original (1999)

American artist Winslow Homer's illustrations for Harpers' Weekly magazine earned high praise for their honest portrayal of the Civil War. Discouraged by the horrors he witnessed, Homer abandons his post and heads to the quiet of Houghton Farm to paint. His peace is soon disturbed by two curious teenagers who are intrigued by the cantankerous artist. Unable to shake them off, he asks them to be models. As they pose, Gabe and Fee become fast friends telling white lies as they each hide how painfully the war has shattered their own families. As Homer shares his personal experiences, he urges them to say goodbye to their ghosts and to move forward with their lives. Homer realizes the value of their friendship, as he works on a new painting at the schoolhouse, "Snap the Whip."

French Affairs (2011)

When Astrid, a professional therapist who is struggling to find meaningful friendships, starts having an affair with her patient Céline’s husband, it puts a strain on an already difficult relationship with her son, David. Meanwhile, Céline, a retired prostitute content with living a domesticated life, befriends David when he tries run away from home by booking a flight through her travel agency. However, when David discloses the affair to Céline, she must decide how to deal with the betrayal and lies.

Tupac Assassination: Conspiracy or Revenge (2011)

Tupac Assassination: Conspiracy or Revenge is a documentary film about the unsolved murder of rapper Tupac Shakur produced by Frank Alexander, a Shakur bodyguard who was with the rapper at the time of the shooting, produced and directed by Richard Bond.

Power Rangers Monster Bash Halloween Special (2012)

Halloween is every Nighlok's favorite day of the year, so the creepiest creatures from the Netherworld are just dying to get into the scariest party ever and trade war stories about their battles with the Samurai Power Rangers. Includes Episodes: "Power Rangers Samurai: Party Monsters" "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Life's a Masquerade" "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Trick or Treat"

The Arrested Development Documentary Project (2013)

Two devoted fans of the TV show "Arrested Development" interview cast, crew and other fans and discuss what made the show so special.

Scream Blacula Scream (1973)

Blacula, back in the world of the living by means of voodoo, is now loose with an insatiable bloodlust on a small community in the Louisiana backcountry.

Best Friends Forever (2013)

BEST FRIENDS FOREVER is a post-apocalyptic 'Thelma and Louise.' where the bond of two badass girlfriends can survive anything, even the end of the world. Harriet (writer/director Brea Grant) is a perpetually perky comic-book artist who has hit a dead-end in Los Angeles. She drags her party-girl BFF Reba (co-writer Vera Miao) along for a road trip to Austin, Texas. Just as they pull out of town, a series of atomic bombs explode across the U.S., and the duo's priorities have to shift from boys and beer to surviving the apocalypse.

Bond Girls Are Forever (2002)

Bond Girls Are Forever is a 2002 James Bond documentary film hosted by actress Maryam d'Abo, who had played the role of Kara Milovy in the 15th James Bond film The Living Daylights. It was accompanied by a 2003 book written by John Cork and d'Abo. The book is subtitled The Women of James Bond. Both the film and the book is a tribute to the elite club of women who have played the role of a Bond girl.

Secrets in the Fall (2015)

Campers attend a youth retreat in the North Carolina mountains to better understand God's plan for them. When one of the campers goes missing, the counselors and their teams set out to find him before the sun sets.

Rain Fall (2009)

Rain Fall is a 2009 Japanese/Australian action thriller film written and directed by Max Mannix. In the film a half-Japanese half-American hitman protects the daughter of one of his victims against the CIA. It was based on the novel Rain Fall by Barry Eisler.

Fall Time (1995)

The late 1950s, Eisenhower was President, Elvis was King. And in Caledonia, Wisconsin, the only action in town was the kind you cooked up. One lazy fall day, David, Tim and Joe, three high school buddies, decide to stage a gangland-style shooting in front of the local bank. But little do they know that their prank Is about to send them on a dramatic collision course with Rusty (Mickey Rourke, 9 1/2 Weeks) and Leon (Stephen Baldwin, Posse), two cold-blooded criminals who are planning a robbery with the help of Patty (Sheryl Lee, TWIN PEAKS) the bank's loan officer. In a case of mistaken identity, Leon is accidentally abducted by David and Joe, while Tim falls into the murderous hands of Rusty who forces him to carry out the bank heist, leading to a tense, action-packed conclusion filled with twists, turns and bad intentions.

Beyond the Fringe (1964)

A TV version of the stage show originally performed at the Edinburgh Fringe, Fortune Theater in London and Broadway.

Martin Luther (1953)

Martin Luther is a 1953 film biography of Martin Luther. It was directed by Irving Pichel, (who also plays a supporting role), and stars Niall MacGinnis as Luther. It was produced by Louis de Rochemont and RD-DR Corporation in collaboration with Lutheran Church Productions and Luther-Film-G.M.B.H. The National Board of Review named the film the fourth best of 1953. It was nominated for two Academy Awards, for Best Cinematography (Black-and-White) (Joseph C. Brun) and Art Direction/Set Decoration (Fritz Maurischat, Paul Markwitz). The music was composed by Mark Lothar and performed by the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. It was filmed in studios in Wiesbaden, West Germany. A notice at the beginning of the film characterizes it as a careful and balanced presentation of Luther's story: "This dramatization of a decisive moment in human history is the result of careful research of facts and conditions in the 16th century as reported by historians of many faiths." The research was done by notable Reformation scholars Theodore G. Tappert and Jaroslav Pelikan who assisted Allan Sloane and Lothar Wolff.

Skin Crawl (2007)

300 years ago, a coven of persecuted witches swore a gruesome curse of vengeance upon any person who would dare harm its descendants. Three centuries later, a young woman named Margaret is brutally murdered, victim of her husband's cold-blooded plot to inherit her wealth. The ages-old curse lying dormant for generations will manifest itself before his very eyes and those of Margaret's killers...in the form of a horrifying monstrosity risen from the grave.

C.O.G. (2013)

C.O.G. is an American comedy-drama film directed and written by Kyle Patrick Alvarez, and starring Jonathan Groff. The film is based on a David Sedaris short story from his book of collected essays, Naked. It marks the first time one of Sedaris' stories has been adapted for film. It co-stars Denis O'Hare, Casey Wilson, Dean Stockwell, Troian Bellisario, and Corey Stoll.

Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River (1968)

It’s one of Jerry Lewis’s zaniest films, filled with the hilarious antics for which he’s famous! Jerry (Boeing, Boeing) plays George Lester, an American in London, whose grandiose schemes constantly get him into trouble. His first outrageous plan turns his wife’s ancestral palace into a Chinese disco, an idea she hardly appreciates. Forced to raise money to restore the mansion, George unveils an even crazier scheme with the help of his friend, William Homer (Terry-Thomas, I’m All Right Jack), to sell stolen plans for an electronic oil drill. George smuggles the plans into Lisbon where he is supposed to make the big deal, but then learns the plans are phony! He promises his wife he'll finally settle down, but wait – he has just one more idea! Newly remastered.

Sex & the Single Mom (2003)

Sex & the Single Mom is a 2003 Lifetime made for television drama film directed by Don McBrearty and starring Gail O'Grady, Grant Show, and Danielle Panabaker.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1910)

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a 1910 American silent fantasy film and the earliest surviving film version of L. Frank Baum's 1900 novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, made by the Selig Polyscope Company without Baum's direct input. It was created to fulfill a contractual obligation associated with Baum's personal bankruptcy caused by The Fairylogue and Radio-Plays, from which it was once thought to have been derived. It was partly based on the 1902 stage musical The Wizard of Oz, though much of the film deals with the Wicked Witch of the West, who does not appear in the musical.

Shield For Murder (1954)

Detective Barney Nolan shoots and kills a bookmaker, from whose pockets he removes $25,000. He pretends to have shot the man while making an arrest. Nolan takes his girlfriend Patty out to see a model house that he intends to buy, and while there he buries the money outside while Patty makes herself comfortable in the living room. Meanwhile, Packy Reed, a gangster, wants the $25,000 the bookmaker was bringing to him. Nolan denies having seen the money. Nolan’s closest friend on the force, Mark Brewster becomes interested in the case and starts to do some investigating of his own. A break in the case arrives when a deaf mute tells Nolan he witnessed the bookie’s murder from his room. Nolan kills the man, but the mute’s notebook, unnoticed by him, pinpoints Nolan as the criminal. After a desperate attempt to elude the police. Nolan is mowed down by bullets as he attempts to dig up the hidden money.

American Revolution 2 (1969)

American Revolution 2 is a 1969 documentary on the 1968 Democratic National Convention and its aftermath. Part of the film focuses on the creation of an alliance between the Young Patriots Organization and local Black Panthers. On its release Roger Ebert gave the film four stars, while New York Times reviewer Roger Greenspun was more critical. The film was released on DVD in 2007 (along with its follow-up The Murder of Fred Hampton) and received generally positive reviews. The film was directed by Howard Alk and produced by Mike Gray. Ebert writes that the film was created as a collective effort by the Film Group, a local company that generally made commercials, and released without any individual credits. It has no narrator.

What We Can't Have (2014)

Three brothers try to navigate their various romantic relationships, while trying to come to terms with the problems in their familial relationships.

Batman & Mr. Freeze: Subzero (1998)

Batman faces his coolest case ever when Mr. Freeze returns to Gotham City and kidnaps Batgirl. While unraveling the mystery of Batgirl's disappearance, Batman and Robin discover that she is part of Mr. Freeze's frigid plan to save his dying wife—no matter what the cost. With time running out, Batman and Robin must find Gotham's most cold-blooded villain and prevent him from putting Batgirl "on ice" forever.

Do You Know This Voice? (1964)

When a ransom bid results in the death of a child, the police have only one lead the old lady who witnessed the kidnapper using a public phone box. Though her recollection is vague, she volunteers to act as bait for the killer telling the press that she had seen the kidnapper's face, she waits for him to attack...

Triage (2009)

Triage is a 2009 drama film starring Colin Farrell, Paz Vega and Christopher Lee, written and directed by Bosnian director Danis Tanović. The film’s plot is a dark tale of a photojournalist (Farrell) who comes home after a dangerous assignment in Kurdistan during the 1988 Anfal genocide against the Kurdish people. The film focuses on the psychological effects of war on a photo journalist. It is based on the novel Triage by American veteran war correspondent Scott Anderson.

Tail Lights Fade (1999)

Tail Lights Fade is a 1999 movie directed by Malcolm Ingram and starring Denise Richards, Jake Busey, Breckin Meyer, Elizabeth Berkley, Jason Mewes, and Lisa Marie. The film follows two couples and their race across Canada to bail one of their brothers out of a marijuana charge by clearing out the growhouse completely. The film's namesake gets its title from a 1992 Buffalo Tom song, which is also on the soundtrack.

Woman Wanted (1999)

Woman Wanted is a 1999 film directed by Kiefer Sutherland (later credited as Alan Smithee). It is based on a novel by Joanna Glass, who also wrote the screenplay. It stars Sutherland, Holly Hunter, Michael Moriarty, and Sutherland's mother, Shirley Douglas.

Witchcraft (1988)

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Young Hercules (1998)

The gods challenge the teen strongman (Ian Bohen) and his friends with tests of strength and courage.

Suffragette (2015)

Suffragette is a 2015 British historical period drama film about women's suffrage in the United Kingdom, directed by Sarah Gavron and written by Abi Morgan. The film stars Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter, Brendan Gleeson, Anne-Marie Duff, Ben Whishaw, and Meryl Streep. Filming began on 24 February 2014. It is the first film in history to be shot in the Houses of Parliament, done with the permission of MPs. The film was released in the United Kingdom on 12 October 2015 by Pathé and had a limited release in the United States on 23 October 2015 by Focus Features.

Smiley (2012)

Smiley is a 2012 American psychological horror slasher film directed by Michael Gallagher and made by Level 10 Films. The film stars were Caitlin Gerard, Melanie Papalia, Keith David, Shane Dawson, Andrew James Allen, Toby Turner, and Liza Weil. The film was released on October 12, 2012.

Sicko (2007)

A documentary comparing the highly profitable American health care industry to other nations, and HMO horror stories including shotgun deaths.

Russell Peters: Two Concerts, One Ticket (2006)

Russell Peters: Two Concerts...One Ticket is definitely a video that any lover of stand up comedy is going to want to own. And here's why... it's two for the price of one, Show Me The Funny, and Comedy Now. Its a double take of the "no holds barred" comedian that holds nothing back, and was once said to be by NOW magazine to be controversial, silly, cerebral, profane, eloquent, and a fine mi mic. With double the shows, comes double the laughs and quadruple the fun.

If There Be Thorns (2015)

If There Be Thorns is a 2015 television film based on the best-selling 1981 novel of the same name. It premiered on April 5, 2015 and was produced by Lifetime.

Marked Woman (1937)

No one rats on mobster Johnny Vanning. That's a message delivered to every would-be stoolie when Vanning's henchmen slash a gangland insignia on Mary Dwight's face. The real-life saga of prostitutes whose testimony put Lucky Luciano behind bars inspired Marked Woman. Bette Davis, sinking her claws into the role that marked her return to Hollywood after her legal fight for better projects, plays courageous Mary. In a rare '30s good-guy turn, Humphrey Bogart co-stars as a crusading prosecutor. And versatile Lloyd Bacon (42nd Street, Knute Rockne - All American) directs this most unusual of Depression-era gangster films centered not on the crimelord or the D.A., but on women victimized by the mob. 

Superman III (1983)

After Superman: The Movie's epic storytelling and Superman II's awesome battles, how could the first two hits be topped? In Superman III, meet Gus Gorman (Richard Pryor), a half-witted computer programming natural. For him a keyboard is a weapon—and Superman faces the microelectronic menace of his life. Christopher Reeve reprises his most beloved role, deepening his character's human side as Clark Kent reunites with old flame Lana Lang (Annette O'Toole) at a Smallville High class reunion. And when Superman becomes his own worst enemy after Kryptonite exposure, Reeve pulls off both roles with dazzling skill. Incredible visual effects abound—but above all it has heart, heroism and high-flying humor. All in superabundance.

John Lennon: Love Is All You Need (2010)

Interviews and archival footage chronicle the life of the iconic musician and peace activist.

The Sweeper (1996)

A vigilante group recruits a Los Angeles policeman (C. Thomas Howell) whose family was slain when he was a child.

A Journey to Haifa (2014)

Se fa saber (2013)

The Most Secret Place on Earth (2009)

The Most Secret Place on Earth (German: Amerikas Geheimer Krieg in Laos – Die größte Militäroperation der CIA) is a 2008 film by German director Marc Eberle, dealing with the secret operation waged by the CIA throughout the sixties and early seventies against communist guerrillas in Laos, particularly in the city of Long Cheng.

Znachor (1937)

The Miracle Man or Znachor is a 1937 Polish drama film directed by Michał Waszyński. It is followed by Profesor Wilczur (1938).

Ausflug ins Leben (1931)

Anna Pavlova Lebt in Berlin (2011)

Pennywise: Home Movies (1996)

Deep Purple - Deepest Purple (1980)

Sam (2012)

Aslan - Made in Dublin (1999)

Animated Motion #4 (1977)

The Legendary Pink Dots: 9 Lives To Wonder (2012)

Geomeuna dange huina baekseong (1995)

Le tueur triste (1984)

Quark and the Highway Robber (1987)

Rime of the Ancient Mariner (1977)

Yankee Gal (2008)

The Re'Search (Re'Search Wait'S) (2010)

Gods of Los Angeles (2005)

The Making of 'The X Files: Fight the Future' (1998)

Mi yu shi qi xiao shi (2001)

Così fan tutte (2002)

Me matan si no trabajo y si trabajo me matan: La huelga obrera en la fábrica INSUD (1974)

Raging Balls of Steel Justice (2013)

Quack Shot (1954)

Quack Shot is a 1954 animated Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon short starring Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd. It was directed by Robert McKimson.

Popeye, the Ace of Space (1953)

Popeye, the Ace of Space (1953) is a 3D theatrical cartoon released as a Stereotoon. It was produced by Famous Studios for the Popeye series and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It was the first Paramount cartoon to be created in 3D format. The other is Boo Moon with Casper the Friendly Ghost. Aiming to make a big impression on audiences, Paramount allocated additional funding for the Stereotoons which more than doubled the amount usually budgeted for Famous Studios cartoons of the day.

Zigomar - the Black Scourge - Episode 3 (1913)

The Tower of Lies (1925)

The Tower of Lies (1925) was an American silent drama film directed by Victor Sjöström based upon Selma Lagerlöf's novel The Emperor of Portugallia (1914). Released one year after He Who Gets Slapped, the film marks the second collaboration between Sjöström, Lon Chaney and Norma Shearer. Also starring are William Haines, Ian Keith and Lew Cody.

Rata nece biti! (2008)

De Sleutelbewaarder (2014)

Gokuaku bozu hitokiri kazoe uta (1968)

Organism (1975)

Nikutai joyû nikki (1965)

NPPL Commanders Cup Miami (2003)

Donovan In Concert - BBC 1972 (1972)

Unfair Competition (1983)

Daytimer (2014)

Ben: Diary of a Heroin Addict (2008)

Ana Carolina - Estampado (2003)

Zuloak (2012)

Paris/Berlin: 20 Years of Underground Techno (2012)

Yam yasothon (2005)

Bring On The Mountain (2012)

Powder Keg (2001)

Ne quittez pas! (2004)

Ne quittez pas ! is a French comedy film directed by Arthur Joffé, released in 2004.

Pura Vida (The Ridge) (2012)

Acció Santos (1973)

Yokujo no kisetsu: mitsu o nuru 18-sai (1973)

Grandma's Not A Toaster (2013)

Fastest with the Mostest (1960)

Fastest with the Mostest is a 1960 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes series featuring Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner. It was released on January 9, 1960, making it the first Warner Bros. cartoon of the 1960s. The title is a reference to the epigram "Git thar fustest with the mostest", often erroneously attributed to Nathan Bedford Forrest.

Du gehörst zu mir (1943)

Glitter Goddess Of Sunset Strip (1991)