Four Journeys Into Mystic Time: One-Two-Three (1978)

Under the Counter Spy (1954)

Under the Counter Spy is the 54th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on May 10, 1954, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal- International.

George Washington's First War: The Battles for Fort Duquesne (2003)

Out of The Family (2016)

The UnBroken (2016)

The Making of 'American Graffiti' (1998)

Passion's Peak (2000)

Self-Assembly (2014)

I Strongly Suggest (2015)

The Man from Home (1922)

The Man From Home is a 1922 British drama film directed by George Fitzmaurice. The story had been filmed before in 1914 by Cecil B. DeMille as The Man From Home. Alfred Hitchcock was credited as a title designer on the 1922 production. The film survives in Netherlands Filmmuseum Amsterdam (EYE Institut). It was shown publicly in September 2015, possibly for the first time since the 1920s, during the British Silent Film Festival at Leicester.

Sleepy Steve (2015)

Merciless Man (1976)

Merciless Man (Italian: Genova a mano armata) is a 1976 crime film directed by Mario Lanfranchi and starring Tony Lo Bianco.

Love Feast (1969)

Big Dogs, Little Dogs (1998)

Tomorrow and Tomorrow (1932)

Tomorrow and Tomorrow is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Richard Wallace and written by Philip Barry and Josephine Lovett. The film stars Ruth Chatterton, Robert Ames, Paul Lukas, Harold Minjir, Tad Alexander, Walter Walker and Arthur Pierson. The film was released on February 5, 1932, by Paramount Pictures.

Privacy (2012)

Janelle Monáe: Q.U.E.E.N. (2013)

A Rag Doll Romance (1922)

Hopkins & Delaney LLP (2015)

They Hate Me in Vain (2013)

The Dark Ages (2007)

Ridin' the Trail (1940)

The Utah Murder Project (2006)

Monkey's Moon (1929)

The Blue Eyes (2013)

The Masked Rider (1941)

Care (2013)

Northern Great Mountain (2016)

Puppet (1999)

Sound Over Water (2009)

The Broken Mask (1928)

I Know Jake Gyllenhaal Is Going to Fuck My Girlfriend (2016)

Jason Vs. Leatherface (2003)

Pictures from Life's Other Side (1971)

The 17th Annual Animation Show of Shows (2015)

The Feudin' Hillbillies (1948)

Corinna Darling (1956)

Beloved Corinna (German: Geliebte Corinna and also known as Corinna Darling) is a 1956 German drama film directed by Eduard von Borsody and starring Elisabeth Müller.

Arabic Numeral Series 1 (1981)

Clone Wars: Bridging the Saga (2005)

Roughing It (2002)

What Price Fleadom (1948)

A dog lives in harmony with Homer the flea. But Homer spots a lady flea on a passing dog, and soon he's being attacked by that dog. And he just can't leave the lady flea alone. Meanwhile, his original host finds a goodbye note from Homer and goes looking.

There's No Tomorrow (2012)

Arrival of Immigrants, Ellis Island (1906)

Szaman (2011)

There Is No Gravity (2015)

The Birthday Girl (2012)

Juaritos (2013)

Blind Melon: No Rain (1992)

Shawn Mendes: The Journey (2015)

Hub City (1997)

The Last Move (2015)

Doña Perfecta (1951)

Doña Perfecta is a 1951 Mexican film version of the famous novel by Benito Pérez Galdós, directed by Alejandro Galindo and starring Dolores del Río.

The Toxic Retards (2015)

Sinbad: Nothin' but the Funk (1998)

Soul (1981)

Dusha (Russian: Душа, English translation: Soul) is a 1981 Soviet musical drama film written by Alexander Borodyansky and directed by Alexander Stefanovich, starring Sofia Rotaru and Mikhail Boyarsky. The movie features songs performed by Sofia Rotaru, Mikhail Boyarsky and the Russian rock band Mashina Vremeni (Time Machine). The movie has substantial philosophical dialogue about the self-criticism of an artist and the existential approach to the golden mean between artistic creation and respect for human dignity. The movie featured a musical video, with Rotaru and Boyarsky jumping on a trampoline in gold stretch fabric. Stefanovich claimed it was watched by more than 57 million cinema-goers in the Soviet Union, while the site lists 33.3 million. During production of the film, Rotaru's son was threatened to be taken hostage and was hidden in a villa in the Crimea. The scenario and the role of Viktoria Slobodina were specially written for Rotaru. The main plot in the movie deals with the singer's health problems (inflammation of the vocal cords), and Rotaru had similar health issues. The story is set by the sea at Rotaru's house in Yalta and in Germany (where Rotaru at that time recorded many of her albums), as well as at international song festivals, where Rotaru participated as well. Initially, producer and director Stefanovich cast his wife Alla Pugacheva to star in the film. After their relationship breakup, he invited Rotaru.

Quicksand at Deadman's Creek (1998)

Seine's Breath (2016)

We Still Are! (1985)

Johnny Physical Lives (2015)

Doctor Who: Tales from the TARDIS (2013)

The Why (2010)

True Gore (1987)

Therefore I Am (2015)

The P-38 Pilot (1990)

Nigerian Art: Kindred Spirits (1990)

Night of the Fools (2004)

In Search of Miracle Man (2014)

Brian and Charles (2017)

Water Song (2013)

Earrings (2012)

Moonshine Meat Market Mayhem (2017)

After the third world war, the Earth was plunged into chaos. The resources were depleted and the water was undrinkable. In this bleak future, only the diabolical survive. There are moonshiners, the undead, and cannibals, in this world. There is not much to live for and death is only the beginning.

Pat Boone and Family Thanksgiving Special (1978)

Pat, one of the top ten recording artists of all time, brings us into his home to be entertained by him, his four singing daughters - Debby, Cherry, Lindy and Laurie - and his wife Shirley in these music and comedy specials that first aired on ABC in 1978 and 1979.The Thanksgiving special features Bob Hope and the Hudson Brothers, who join the Boone girls for a disco dance floor showcase. Among the heart-warming songs performed by Pat, Debby and the sisters are "Can't Smile Without You," "You Needed Me" and "Bless This House."

Paralyzed (2012)

Es wäre gut, daß ein Mensch würde umbracht für das Volk (1991)

Pornstar Pets (2005)

Pornstar Pets is a 2005 documentary film directed by Margie Schnibbe. The 52 minute film includes 25 pornographic actors and their sometimes exotic pets in a vein similar to Celebrity Pets.

The Cure - Show (1993)

Racetrack (1933)

Racetrack is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama. Horse racing bookmaker Joe Tomasso (Leo Carrillo) becomes involved with homeless waif Jackie Curtis (Junior Coughlan) whose mother abandoned him some years before. Tomasso acts as the young boy's unofficial guardian and agrees to allow him to become a jockey with the stipulation that all his races must be honest ones. Jackie's mother Myra shows up and wants them to be a family again. She becomes upset over her son's involvement in the sport of racing. Tomasso deliberately creates a situation to drive a wedge between himself and Jackie so that the youth will return to his mother.

Harp Dreams (2010)

Grand Canary (1934)

Grand Canary is a 1934 Fox film of A. J. Cronin's novel of the same title. The film was produced by Jesse L. Lasky and directed by Irving Cummings.

The Big Sleaze (2010)

Plywood Panic (1953)

The King of Texas (2008)

My Undeadly (2011)

The Network - Disease is Punishment (2004)

The Baby Monitor (2014)

The Moonlight Man (2016)

The Homegrown Collection (2006)

Singular (2014)

Laughing Dead (1998)

Bloody Creek (1993)

The Girl Who Played with the Dead (2014)

Trump's Lobby (2017)

Tokyo Melody: A Film about Ryuichi Sakamoto (1985)

Babe, He Calls Me (1997)

L.O.V.E. (2017)

A man who is afraid of commitment recalls his one chance at "True Love" and must decide if it's best to move on, or try and win back the girl of his dreams.

The Breath (2009)

Breath (Turkish: Nefes: Vatan Sağolsun, literally Breath: Long Live the Homeland) is a 2009 Turkish drama film directed by Levent Semerci. The film, which tells the story of 40 soldiers in charge of protecting a relay station near the Iraqi border in southeastern Turkey, was adapted from the short stories Tales from the Southeast and Ground Minus Zero by Hakan Evrensel and is, according to Hürriyet Daily News reviewer Emine Yıldırım, the first Turkish film that tackles, through an authentic perspective and convincing realness, the contemporary situation of the Turkish army and its long battle with the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) . The film, according to Today's Zaman, sparked a growing discussion on whether it includes militaristic and nationalist elements or whether it is merely aiming to show the deadly and difficult conditions soldiers face in the vast mountainous terrain of southeastern Anatolia, fighting against outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants. Critics such as columnists Emre Aköz and Nedim Hazar pointed out that writer Hakan Evrensel, upon whose works the film was based, had worked at the public relations department of the National Security Council (MGK) when the terrorist activities were at their peak and claimed the film fails to be impartial and objective in indicating the genuine motives of the terrorists fighting in the mountains. The film went on general release across Turkey on October 16, 2009 (2009-10-16) and won two awards at the 3rd Yeşilçam Awards as well as being one of the highest grossing films of 2009, prompting its re-release on July 23, 2010 (2010-07-23).

Clunked on the Corner (1929)

Bryan Adams: Live at the Budokan (2003)

Happy Helladays (2011)

The Big Brain (1933)

The Big Brain is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Sy Bartlett and Warren Duff. The film stars George E. Stone, Phillips Holmes, Fay Wray, Minna Gombell and Lilian Bond. The film was released on August 5, 1933, by RKO Pictures.