Gobeklitepe: The World's First Temple (2010)

Established facts and discoveries debunk myths about the pyramids.

Gothic Vampires from Hell (2007)

A young band, an elusive record contract, and sultry music executives star in this sharp and sexy satire with music from Goth and Industrial icons. Gothic Vampires from Hell are a band looking for a their big break. Instead they find the sexy executives of Gotham Records who are not only ruthless bloodsucking businesswomen, but also ruthless bloodsucking vampires! Featuring the music from the legendary Christian Death, Electric Hellfire Club, Razed in Black, Switchblade Symphony, and more.

Damadamm! (2011)

Damadamm! is a 2011 Bollywood romantic comedy film directed by Swapna Waghmare Joshi. The film stars Himesh Reshammiya opposite Sonal Sehgal and Purbi Joshi in lead roles. Reshammiya plays a script writer who is fed up of his girlfriend who always suspects him, though after she goes on holiday he openly parties and flirts with other girls. The real chaos starts once his girlfriend returns. The film released on 27 October 2011, received negative reviews from critics.

The Family Jams (2011)

Young musicians live on the road, playing in tiny clubs and art galleries and singing together in a utopian existence.

Peter Pan (2000)

Based on the play by J.M. Barrie.

Closed For Winter (2009)

Closed for Winter is a 2009 Australian drama film starring Natalie Imbruglia. It is based on Georgia Blain's critically acclaimed novel of the same title. The film was produced by Goalpost Pictures.

The Delavine Affair (1955)

A man's death leads a local newspaper and the man's girlfriend to seek the killer.

The Devil's Three Golden Hairs (1981)

Based on the fairy tale by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm.

Act Your Age (2011)

A young actor poses as an old man to get a part and re-evaluates his life choices.

Don't Change Your Husband (1919)

Don't Change Your Husband is a 1919 American silent comedy film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Gloria Swanson. The film was the third of six "marriage films" directed by DeMille and the first DeMille film starring Gloria Swanson. A print of the film is stored at the George Eastman House.The film was released on DVD by Image Entertainment with The Golden Chance.

Campfire (2004)

Campfire is an Israeli movie released in 2004, written and directed by Joseph Cedar. The film won five Israeli Academy Awards and was Israel's official submission for the 77th Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language Film category. The film was well received in Israel, the United States, and in international film festivals.

Zanzabuku (1956)

In this adventure documentary, filmmaker Lewis Cotlow takes a crew of cameramen to Africa where they experience the thrills and dangers of safari. Cotlow spends time with hunter Carl Hartley, who catches exotic animals for zoos around the world. Hartley shows the skill and patience required to capture wild species such as zebras, leopards, pythons and lions. Additionally, Cotlow and his crew frequently work closely with African tribesmen and other native peoples to film the elusive animals.

Breaking News (2010)

In an attempt to revive his failing career, a newscaster commits crimes to report on them.

Adorable Creatures (1952)

Adorables créatures (French: Adorables créatures, Italian: Quando le donne amano) is a 1952 French-Italian romantic comedy film directed by Christian-Jaque.

The Boathouse Detectives (2010)

The Boathouse Detectives is a 2010 family film written and directed by Eric Hendershot, and stars Ella Harris, Oscar Hoggan, Mason Johnson, McKenzie Richards, Cameron Phelts, Stacee Rickoff, and Darren Ewing.

Lope (2010)

Lope is a drama film directed by Andrucha Waddington and released on September 3, 2010. The film is a co-production between Spain and Brazil, inspired in the youth of Lope de Vega.

The Duchess of Buffalo (1926)

The Duchess of Buffalo is a 1926 American silent romantic comedy film produced by and starring Constance Talmadge and released through First National Pictures. It is based on the 1916 Broadway stage musical Sybil, which is this film's alternate title.

Silent But Deadly (2010)

Silent But Deadly is a Canadian 2011 horror comedy film starring Kim Poirier, Jason Mewes, and William Sadler. It is a MJC Entertainment Inc production. It premiered on the Canadian TV channel Super Channel on November 11, 2011.

The Speed Lovers (1968)

Scott Clayton (William F. McGaha) wants to be a racing champ despite having zero racing experience. he takes a job driving for a gangster and he is soon surrounded by go-go girls and he becomes involved with race fixing.

The Dance of Death (1969)

The Dance of Death is a 1969 film version of the play The Dance of Death by August Strindberg as presented by the National Theatre Company. It stars Laurence Olivier and Geraldine McEwan. The play was directed by Glen Byam Shaw and the movie version was directed by David Giles. Olivier reprised the role of Edgar, Geraldine reprised her role of Alice but Robert Stephens, who played Kurt was replaced by Robert Lang. Previous filmed National Theatre productions include Uncle Vanya (1963) and Othello (1965). Both of these are available on DVD, however as of 2017 The Dance of Death has never been released on DVD or video.

Danger Flight (1939)

Crooks set a trap for aerialist Tailspin Tommy (John Trent), who is flying through a storm to deliver a payroll.

Seven Easy Pieces (2010)

A performing body viscerally affects the people who view it.

Alias Mr. Twilight (1946)

Alias Mr. Twilight is a 1946 film by John Sturges.

My Lovely Sister (2011)

Rahma and Robert's conscience is tested through an emotional and passionate journey.

Zhenikh (1960)

A newly married man must prove his worth to his in-laws.

Pinprick (2009)

An already creepy relationship between a teen and a criminal gets even more strange when he becomes interested in her mother.

Hector (2016)

Henry is pushed to the brink by bullying and decides it is time to push back.

Mala Moskwa (2008)

Little Moscow (Polish: Mała Moskwa) is a Polish-Russian co-production directed by Waldemar Krzystek and released in 2008.

Catalina Trust (1999)

A young man must choose between his fiancee and saving his family's hotel.

Ex (2009)

Many Kisses Later (Italian: Ex) is a 2009 Italian-French romantic comedy film directed and co-written by Fausto Brizzi and interpreted by an ensemble cast. The film, produced by Italian International Film, in co-production with the French company and Mes Films in collaboration with RAI Cinema. It was released February 6, 2009 in Italian cinema and has been recognized as "national cultural interest" by the Directorate General for Cinema of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture.

The Monkey Mission (1981)

Second (out of three) made-for-TV Joe Dancer movie has the hard-boiled private eye teaming up with a chimpanzee, named Gregor, and the trainer Jimmy Papadopolous, who happens to be an expert sneak thief, against an electronics genisus of questionable reputs, named Stump Harris, to steal back a priceless vace looted from a family collection during World War II.

Circus Rosaire (2007)

A family of circus performers try to keep traditional values while adapting to modern entertainment.

Uphill All the Way (1986)

Uphill All The Way is a 1986 comedy western film starring Roy Clark, Mel Tillis, Glen Campbell, Burl Ives, Trish Van Devere, Elaine Joyce, Frank Gorshin and Sheb Wooley.

Sex in an Epidemic (2010)

Activist and filmmaker Jean Carlomusto examines the impact of AIDS on the gay community, including efforts to spread potentially lifesaving information about prevention in a rising tide of homophobia and conservatism.

House of Ghosts (2012)

Trapped in a mansion by a massive snowstorm, party guests experience a host of frightening events after a medium opens a portal to the spirit realm.

Allonsanfan (1974)

Allonsanfàn (1974) is an Italian drama film directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani with the score written by Ennio Morricone.

Love Crime (2010)

Love Crime (French: Crime d'amour) is a 2010 French psychological suspense thriller starring Ludivine Sagnier and Kristin Scott Thomas. It is the last film directed by Alain Corneau, and was released posthumously after the director's death from cancer.

Coming Up Roses (2011)

A woman (Bernadette Peters) and her teenage daughter (Rachel Brosnahan) confront bad neighborhoods, money problems, desperation and depression as they cling to hope of a better life.

Tamanna (1998)

Tamanna is a 1997 Indian drama film directed by Mahesh Bhatt. It stars Paresh Rawal, Pooja Bhatt, Sharad Kapoor and Manoj Bajpayee in the lead roles The screenplay was written by Tanuja Chandra. The story was written by Tanuja Chandra and Mahesh Bhatt. It was produced by Pooja Bhatt.

Cyclone on Horseback (1941)

Cyclone on Horseback is a 1941 Western film. Tom Stempel thought the film "features a livelier heroine than is usual in B westerns."

Mulligan (2000)

A mysterious beauty tempts four friends on the golf course.

Sawaal (1982)

Sawaal is a Hindi film produced by Yash Chopra and directed by Ramesh Talwar, released in 1982. The music was composed by Khayyam and the lyrics were written by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Despite an all-star cast, it did not succeed at the box office.

What Happened on Twenty-Third Street, New York City (1901)

What Happened on Twenty-third Street, New York City is a 1901 American short film depicting a woman walking over a grate, the hot air lifting her skirt.

The Highest Pass (2012)

A modern guru and a group of motorcyclists ride through northern India's Himalayas in search of Ladakh, the land known as the Little Tibet.

Silver Case (2012)

Silver Case is a multi-awarded independent feature film, produced and directed by Christian Filippella, starring Oscar Nominees actors Eric Roberts and Seymour Cassel, Brian Keith Gamble, Chris Facey, Vincent De Paul, Shalim Ortiz, Claire Falconer, Kelvin Han Yee, Brad Light, Art Hsu, Stanely B. Herman, and Fernanda Romero. Silver Case premiered at the Rome Film Festival and has received many awards worldwide. The film also won 5 Indie Awards at the Indie Fest, best feature and best director at the LA Film & TV Festival and the Spirit of Independent Award at the 26th Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. The film was shot at various locations in California and Italy.

Thundering Hoofs (1942)

Thunder Hoofs is a 1942 Western film starring Tim Holt. It was the first of many movies he made with director Lesley Selander.

Falls the Shadow (2011)

After a war, civilization has collapsed. Michael, a soldier, finally makes it home and finds that his wife has been murdered and his daughter taken by a neo-Confederate tribe. He gathers a group of survivors to track her down and get revenge.

The Odd One Out (2010)

A 35-year-old man decides to get his first job.

Give and Take, and Take (2003)

Two men (Tom Bird, John Enthoven) land in trouble when they agree to take a job involving drugs.

Ten Dollars or Ten Days (1924)

Workers at a department store are accused of murder.

Runaways (2004)

A teenager (Austin O'Brien) meets significant friends after his mother puts him in a mental facility for three months.

Don't Worry About Me (2009)

David persuades a girl he has just met to take the day off from work and show him the sights of Liverpool.

Within The Whirlwind (2009)

Within the Whirlwind is a 2009 film directed by Marleen Gorris and based on the book by Eugenia Ginzburg. It stars Emily Watson and Pam Ferris. Watson has described the film as "the most stretching thing I’ve done as a mature actress."

A Sea Dog's Tale (1926)

An island king kidnaps a man to marry his daughter.

My Sucky Teen Romance (2011)

My Sucky Teen Romance is a 2011 supernatural comedy by American director Emily Hagins and her third feature-length film. It first released on March 15, 2011 at the South by Southwest film festival and stars Elaine Hurt as a young teenager that falls in love with a teen vampire at a sci-fi convention. My Sucky Teen Romance was partially funded through Indiegogo.

Barney Oldfield's Race for a Life (1913)

Barney Oldfield's Race for a Life (1913) is a silent comedy short, directed and produced by Mack Sennett and starring Sennett, Mabel Normand, and Barney Oldfield as himself. It is considered one of the earliest to include the plot of a villain tying a young damsel to the tracks of an oncoming locomotive; a holdover from the Gaslight era of Victorian stage melodrama.

Haunted Changi (2010)

Young filmmakers investigate a reportedly haunted hospital in Singapore.

Slackistan (2010)

Slackistan is an independent film directed by London-based filmmaker, Hammad Khan. The film stars Shahbaz Hamid Shigri, Aisha Linnea Akhtar, Ali Rehman Khan, Shahana Khan Khalil, Osman Khalid Butt, Khalid Saeed and Rafey Alam. The film is distributed by Big Upstairs Films. Slackistan was released in the UK in 2010, and has also played at a number of festivals, in such locations as London, Abu Dhabi, New York City, San Francisco and Goa. It has been banned in Pakistan.

Santa Claus Versus the Zombies (2010)

Bloodthirsty zombies trap a family in their suburban home.

Inside Hana's Suitcase (2009)

Two children grow up in Czechoslovakia and endure extreme hardships for being Jewish.

Miente (2009)

Miente is a 2009 Puerto Rican drama film directed by Rafi Mercado, and based on the novel "Different", written by Javier Ávila. The film was selected as the Puerto Rican entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards but it did not make the final shortlist.

The New York Hat (1912)

The New York Hat (1912) is a short silent film directed by D. W. Griffith from a screenplay by Anita Loos, and starring Mary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore, and Lillian Gish.

The Red Shadows (2009)

The Red Shadows (Italian: Le ombre rosse) is a 2009 Italian drama film written and directed by Francesco Maselli. It was screened out of competition at the 66th Venice International Film Festival.

Fräulein Else (1974)

A woman (Elisabeth Bergner) tries to help her father (Albert Bassermann) after the stock market crashes.

Oslo, August 31st (2011)

Oslo, August 31st (Norwegian: Oslo, 31. august) is a 2011 Norwegian drama film directed by Joachim Trier. It is loosely based on the novel Will O' the Wisp by Pierre Drieu La Rochelle. It premiered in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. It won the prizes for Best Film and Best Cinematography at the 2011 Stockholm International Film Festival; jury president Whit Stillman described the film as "a perfectly painted portrait of a generation". It was one of three films on the Norwegian shortlist for submissions to the 84th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.

The Big Game (1936)

The Big Game is a 1936 American sports drama film directed by George Nicholls, Jr. and produced by RKO Radio Pictures, which released the film on October 9, 1936. The screenplay was written by Irwin Shaw, adapted from the 1936 novel of the same name by Francis Wallace. The film stars Philip Huston, James Gleason, June Travis, Bruce Cabot and Andy Devine. Huston (1908-1980) was a respected New York stage actor, who also had prominent roles in a number of motion pictures and, later, acted in television productions, as well.

Annihilation Earth (2009)

Annihilation Earth is a 2009 science fiction television film for Syfy, directed by Nick Lyon, written by Rafael Jordan, and starring Luke Goss, Marina Sirtis, and Colin Salmon. It follows the attempts by an energy scientist to determine the causes of a deadly explosion at a particle collider and mitigate its aftereffects. It premiered on December 12, 2009. According to the IMDB review, the film was criticised for its tragic ending, where humanity went into extinction thanks to the two main characters of the film, David and Paxton.

Agitator (2002)

Agitator is a 2001 Japanese film directed by Takashi Miike.

Up the River (1930)

Up the River (1930) is a Pre-Code comedy film about escaped convicts, directed by John Ford and starring Spencer Tracy and Humphrey Bogart in their feature film debuts.

Pumzi (2009)

Pumzi is a Kenyan science-fiction short film written and directed by Wanuri Kahiu. It was screened at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival as part of its New African Cinema program. The project was funded with grants from the Changamoto arts fund, as well as from the Goethe Institut and Focus Features' Africa First short film program which are also to distribute the work. Kahiu hopes to expand the short into a full-length feature. The film is in English, but the title is Swahili for "Breath".

Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baaki Hai (2012)

Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai, earlier known as Amar Joshi Shahid Ho Gaya, is a 2012 Bollywood comedy film directed by Rajnish Thakur and produced by Narendra Singh. The film stars Sunil Shetty, Udita Goswami, Rajpal Yadav, and Om Puri in lead roles amongst others. The film's title is adapted from a scene of Om Shanti Om featuring Shahrukh Khan saying "Picture abhi baki hai, mere dost " apparently.

Nova Rex: Ain't Easy Being Cheesy (2011)

The "hair-metal" rockumentary NOVA REX: AIN'T EASY BEING CHEESY shares the hilarious true tales of the hard-working, harder-partying glam band NOVA REX.

Freaky Circus Guy (2005)

A collector opens a real circus side-show on a story pier.

Club Med (1986)

New guests at a Mexican resort include the manager's (Jack Scalia) now-divorced lover (Linda Hamilton) who left him six years before.

Louis (2010)

Louis Armstrong acquires his first cornet.

Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie (1999)

Adolescence of Utena is a 1999 Japanese anime film directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara, written by Yōji Enokido, from a story by Ikuhara, and produced by J.C.Staff. The film is a retelling of the plot of the anime and the manga Revolutionary Girl Utena, but like the two it has its own continuity. In English-speaking territories, it was released as Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie. In 2001, Central Park Media licensed and released the movie, with the English voice cast to reprise their roles from the TV series. In 2010, following the closure of Central Park Media, Right Stuf Inc. announced their license to the film, as well as the TV series.

Self Helpless (2010)

Self Helpless is a 2010 independent film. The film is a feature length comedy created by the production company End of the World Entertainment. Self Helpless stars Patrick Simone, Matthew Dunbar, Andrick Deppmeyer, and Patrick Cassidy. The four main actors also wrote, directed, produced, funded, and distributed the film.

Going Back (1986)

Going Back is Bruce Campbell's second feature film, produced shortly after The Evil Dead and released in 1983. The film had been extremely rare to acquire for a number of years, due to contract disputes between the director, producer, and the bankrupt original distributor. It was finally re-released on DVD in October 2006. The DVD release features an additional audio commentary track by Campbell, director Ron Teachworth, and cinematographer John Prusak.

Music Is Magic (1935)

Music Is Magic is a 1935 Fox musical film directed by George Marshall. The movie stars Alice Faye and Bebe Daniels and is based on a play by Jesse Lasky Jr. and Gladys Unger. The movie was Daniels' last American screen appearance.

Down on the Farm (1920)

Down on the Farm is a 1920 silent film feature length rural comedy produced by Mack Sennett, starring Louise Fazenda and featuring Harry Gribbon, James Finlayson and Billy Armstrong.It was premiered at the Yost Theater in Santa Ana, California on 28–30 December 1919, and its national release opening was at the Strand theatre in Fort Wayne, Indiana on 4 April 1920.Copies survive at both the Library of Congress and reputedly Gosfilmofond, Russian State Archive.

Teresa the Thief (1973)

Teresa the Thief is a 1973 commedia all'italiana film directed by Carlo Di Palma. It is based on the novel Memorie di una ladra written by Dacia Maraini in 1972.

Island of Lost Souls (1974)

A man is brutally imprisoned on an island for 20 years.

Twice Round the Daffodils (1962)

The "Carry On" gang encounters zany characters in a sanitarium with an unusual policy governing patients' discharges.

Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation (2012)

Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation is a 2012 horror film prequel to the 2006 film, Night of the Living Dead 3D. It stars Andrew Divoff (also a co-producer), Jeffrey Combs, Sarah Lieving and Denice Duff.

The Drummond Will (2010)

The Drummond Will is a 2011 British comedy film directed by Alan Butterworth, starring Philip James and Mark Oosterveen, and written by Butterworth and Sam Forster. The film is a fusion of the theatrical style found in classic Ealing Comedies with modern British humour.

The Mother Of Invention (2010)

The Mother of Invention is a 2009 American mockumentary-style comedy film directed by Joseph M. Petrick and Andrew Bowser, with screenplay by Petrick. The film stars Jimmi Simpson, Kevin Corrigan, Mark Boone Junior, Dee Wallace, Craig Anton, Ruby Wendell, F. Jason Whitaker and Chris Hardwick. It features cameos by Dave Allen, Chris Franjola, Keir O'Donnell, Martha Madison and Ron Lynch. The film premiered at the 2009 Sci-Fi-London film festival internationally and the Hollywood Film Festival domestically. The original score was composed and performed by Jim Hanft and the credits feature an original song by the band Copeland. The film was released on DVD and digitally on June 14, 2011 and can be purchased at the iTunes Store and Amazon.com. It became available on Netflix for instant streaming on August 2, 2011.

A Haunting on Hamilton Street (2010)

Inspectors spend 24 months exploring haunted tunnels, a former mortuary and a saloon.

The Man with My Face (1951)

A man returning from a trip discovers that a stranger who looks just like him has moved in with his wife.

The Asylum (2000)

A crazed killer stalks various people (Steffanie Pitt, Nick Waring, Ingrid Pitt) at an abandoned mental asylum.

Firmafesten (1972)

A man takes three co-workers hostage while working overtime on Thanksgiving weekend.

One Husband Too Many (2010)

The editor of a fashion magazine needs to secretly divorce her husband to accept a marriage proposal from her boyfriend.

Finnsurf (2011)

Devoted surfers ride waves in the bone-chilling waters of the Baltic Sea.

Justin Time (2010)

This is the live action movie, For the tv series see Justin Time (TV series) Justin Time is a 2010 American direct-to-DVD action teen film. It was released on DVD on March 9, 2010.

Tarzan of the Apes (1918)

Tarzan of the Apes is a 1918 American action/adventure silent film directed by Scott Sidney starring Elmo Lincoln, Enid Markey, George B. French and Gordon Griffith.

Truth Unspoken (2009)

Jay (Christopher Howard) and Tracy (Ebony J. Lewis) argue with each other after Jay learns the truth about his girlfriend.

We Are Modeselektor (2013)

Friends Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary bring their brand of techno music to fans all over the world.

Desert Riders (2012)

Camel racing is one of the most popular sports in the Middle East. Desert Riders is the story of some of the thousands of boys who have been trafficked to work as camel jockeys from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Mauritania and Sudan.

Smash Cut (2009)

Smash Cut is a 2009 Canadian horror slasher film directed by Lee Demarbre and produced by Robert Menzies. It stars David Hess, Sasha Grey, Michael Berryman and Herschell Gordon Lewis.

The Raiders Of Leyte Gulf (1962)

The Raiders of Leyte Gulf is a 1963 Philippine-American film directed by Eddie Romero. It was the first film produced by the newly-formed Hemisphere Pictures, a three-way partnership involving Filipino director Eddie Romero, American producer Kane W. Lynn and producer Irwin Pizor. It was written by Eddie Romero and Carl Kuntze

He-Man and She-Ra: The Secret of the Sword (1985)

He-Man and She-Ra: The Secret of the Sword is a 1985 American animated feature film produced by Filmation. Although released before the series She-Ra: Princess of Power began, the film was a compilation of the first five episodes with minor edits made. The film was part of a trend of theatrically released animations created by producers of TV shows and toys during the 1980s. The Secret of the Sword was first shown on television, in its original episodic form, during the week of the premiere of the She-Ra series, from September 9, 1985 to September 13, 1985. For series purposes, the film is known as the storyline The Sword of She-Ra.