Sammyville (1999)

A child welfare agent (Chase Masterson) searches for a missing boy in the forest domain of a fearsome, gun-toting patriarch.

A Very Nutty Christmas (2018)

A bakery owner has more cookie orders than she has time to fill this holiday season, and when her boyfriend suddenly breaks up with her, any shred of Christmas joy she had inside immediately disappears.Then, she meets a handsome soldier who may actually be a nutcracker that has come to life. Together, they rediscover the magic of Christmas.

Gutboy: A Badtime Story (2017)

Once a simple fisherman on his own, now transformed into a skinless hero out for revenge! After they've taken everything he had - even his skin - Gutboy seeks vengeance on the men who did him wrong: an evil businessman, a corrupt bureaucrat, and a self-appointed cop who all continue to terrorize the small island where they live. As Gutboy travels through this dark and sinister world of marionettes and shadow-puppets; he encounters golden giants, promiscuous prostitutes, weird witches, and even another flayed victim like himself, the seductive Sophieguts! Will Gutboy exact revenge with his open heart left intact or will it be lost to the evil he is trying to destroy?

Neither Shadow of Turning (2015)

Prelude 5 (1996)

Bellator NYC: Sonnen vs. Silva (2017)

Bellator NYC: Sonnen vs Silva, headlined by the long-awaited fight between two of the biggest names in mixed martial arts history, Chael Sonnen (29-15-1) and Wanderlei Silva (35-12-1, 1 NC), takes place on Saturday, June 24 at the legendary Madison Square in New York City, the mecca of combat sports. To purchase your tickets, visit www.FathomEvents.com.

Mulva lends a Hand (2016)

Corazon Marchito (2007)

The Black Keys Live (2005)

Overwatch: Hero (2016)

Wet (1994)

Metathesis (1974)

San Antonio Rose (1941)

San Antonio Rose is a 1941 American black-and-white musical film starring Jane Frazee and featuring Lon Chaney, Jr. and Shemp Howard as a faux Abbott and Costello; it was also designed as a showcase for the then-popular vocal group The Merry Macs. The plot involves two rival groups of entertainers converging on an abandoned roadhouse with the intent to reopen it, unaware that a gangster is eyeing the property for his own scheme.

Faust's Other: An Idyll (1988)

The Egg (1974)

Hisao (1998)

Vico C: The Life of a Philosopher (2017)

Ates Parcasi (1971)

Madimak: Carina'nin Günlügü (2015)

Return Of The Terror (1934)

Return of the Terror is a 1934 American mystery film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Peter Milne and Eugene Solow. The film stars Mary Astor, Lyle Talbot, John Halliday, and Frank McHugh, and features Robert Barrat and Irving Pichel. The film was released by Warner Bros. on July 7, 1934.

Hay Rube (1954)

Waiting for Dracula (2012)

With Buffalo Bill on the U. P. Trail (1926)

With Buffalo Bill on the U. P. Trail; alternately called Buffalo Bill on the U. P. Trail, is a 1926 silent film historical western starring Roy Stewart as Buffalo Bill Cody and directed by Frank Mattison. It was produced by Anthony J. Xydias. This film is available from the Prelinger Archive, San Francisco and the Grapevine video, Phoenix. Also preserved at the Library of Congress. Several of the cast and crew of this film made later in 1926 General Custer at the Little Big Horn.

The Evolution Of The Earth Angel (2015)

The story of the Earth Angel. Director Jett Hollywood (aka Fabrizio Federico) chronicles the life of a manic-depressive modern saint using a blend of home movies. Follow his daily routine of spreading smiles, positivity & happiness to the world. He has survived cancer, a spell in a mental hospital and the rejection of his family. Witness this fascinating life and understand how a person finds the strength to spread happiness and his message to the world.

Welcome to Sunny Florida (2004)

Welcome to Sunny Florida is the name of a DVD and CD set released by singer-songwriter Tori Amos in 2004. The set features a live concert performance by Amos from her 2002 "Scarlet's Walk" tour, in support of her album by the same name. It was recorded live at Sound Advice Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida. The DVD also features photographs and other exclusive material including a full-length interview with Amos. The title is a sarcastic reference to the fact that on September 4, 2003 there was a rainstorm.

Moontown (2013)

In The Night Kitchen (1987)

Sendak's classic comic fantasy of Mickey's adventures in the night kitchen tells us how we get our morning cake.

Naked Zombie Girl (2014)

Old Man (2012)

Tea Pot Town (1936)

Stellar Moves: The Story of Pluto (2015)

The Big One (2005)

Violent Shit II (1992)

Violent Shit II: Mother Hold My Hand is a 1992 slasher film written and directed by Andreas Schnaas, who also plays the film's protagonist, Karl Berger, Jr. It is the sequel to Schnaas earlier film, Violent Shit, and follows the son of that film's villain as he embarks on a killing spree through the German countryside at the behest of his demented mother, portrayed by Anke Prothmann.

13, 195, 6 und 1 (2013)

Jo FM (2006)

The Artist and the Computer (1976)

Moonlight and Honeysuckle (1921)

Moonlight and Honeysuckle is a 1921 American silent romantic comedy film produced and released by the Realart Company. It is based on a 1919 Broadway play, Moonlight and Honeysuckle, by George Scarborough and starring Ruth Chatterton. The film version starred Mary Miles Minter in the Chatterton role and was by Joseph Henabery.Moonlight and Honeysuckle is now considered to be a lost film.

The Tapping Solution: Try It on Everything (2008)

I'm a Mitzvah (2014)

The Peter Weyland Files: TED Conference, 2023 (2012)

El leopardo (1926)

The Landing (2013)

Within a Stone's Throw (2012)

Heather and Puggly Drop a Deuce (2005)

The Million Dollar Collar (1929)

The Million Dollar Collar is a 1929 American part-talkie crime film directed by D. Ross Lederman. It was a part-talkie released in Vitaphone with music and sound effects. The film is in unknown status which suggests that it may be lost.

Linda LeThorn & the Musicbox (2012)

Rising to the Bait (1992)

Rising to the Bait (German: Der Brocken) is a 1992 German comedy film directed by Vadim Glowna. It was entered into the 42nd Berlin International Film Festival.

Pretty Good Friends (2014)

Phèdre (2009)

The Rules (2008)

In Residence (2015)

Tales of a 5th Grade Zombie Slayer (2016)

Insatiable Desires (2003)

Kung Fu Trailers of Fury (2016)

Her Husband's Secretary (1937)

Her Husband's Secretary is a 1937 American drama film directed by Frank McDonald and written by Lillie Hayward. The film stars Jean Muir, Beverly Roberts, Warren Hull, Joseph Crehan, Clara Blandick and Addison Richards. The film was released by Warner Bros. on February 26, 1937.

The Halfway House (1944)

The Halfway House is a 1944 British drama film directed by Basil Dearden and starring Mervyn Johns, his daughter Glynis Johns, Tom Walls and Françoise Rosay. The film tells the story of ten people who are drawn to stay in an old inn near the Welsh countryside. The film was shot at Barlynch Abbey on the Devon/Somerset border. BFI Screenonline writes, "The high quality personnel involved and the tight, professional scripting mark the film out as one of the earliest templates of what would become the traditional Ealing style."

Love with the Perfect Stranger (1985)

A pregnant student marries a total stranger, leading to a string of bizarre and satisfying incidents.

Elar Char Adhyay (2012)

Elar Char Adhyay is a 2012 Bengali film. The film is directed by Bappaditya Bandopadhyay, produced by Dreamz Movies and Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. and based on Rabindranath Tagore's Char Adhyay.

Miss Météo (2005)

Miss Météo is a Canadian Quebec French-language television series that airs on Séries+. It is a 30 minutes adaptation of the Canadian Quebec French language movie Miss Météo. The same actors are used in the TV series as were used in the film.

Jonathan degli orsi (1995)

Jonathan degli orsi (internationally released as Jonathan of the Bears) is a 1993 Italian spaghetti western film directed by Enzo G. Castellari. It was coproduced and filmed in Russia, where it was released as Месть - белого индейца (Revenge of the White Indian).

Minstrel Man (1977)

Two brothers (Glynn Turman, Stanley Clay) form a non-degrading Southern minstrel troupe during the birth of ragtime.

Ode to Gallantry (1982)

Ode To Gallantry, also known as Hap Haak Hang, is a 1982 Hong Kong film based on Louis Cha's novel of the same title. The film was produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio, directed by Chang Cheh and starred the Venom Mob. Formerly one of the rarest Venom Mob martial arts films available, it has been digitally remastered and released by Celestial Pictures.

Police Force (1973)

A policeman experiences a moral dilemma when his desire for vengeance interferes with his duty as an upholder of the law.

The Smashing of the Reich (1961)

The allies use air power to help destroy the Nazi war machine.

Brownie Speaks (2014)

The life, music and legacy of Clifford Brown.

Eva Doesn't Sleep (2015)

Eva Doesn't Sleep (Spanish: Eva No Duerme) is a 2015 drama film directed and written by Pablo Agüero. The film stars Gael García Bernal and Denis Lavant.

Golden Goddess of Rio Beni (1964)

Golden Goddess of Rio Beni (German: Die goldene Göttin vom Rio Beni) is a 1964 adventure film directed by Franz Eichhorn and Eugenio Martín and starring Pierre Brice, Gillian Hills and René Deltgen . It was made as a co-production between Brazil, France, Spain and West Germany. It is a remake of a 1951 film.

Dogs (1976)

Dogs is a 1976 American supernatural horror film directed by Burt Brinckerhoff about a pack of dogs that go on a killing spree.

Songs for Drella (1990)

Lou Reed performs a tribute to Andy Warhol.

The Paradise Trail (1979)

Outlaws kidnap a blind preacher and his family.

Sorority Babes in the Dance-A-Thon of Death (1991)

Four sorority sisters conjure a demon from within an ancient crystal ball.

The Heebie-Jeebies (2014)

Two children believe there's something under their beds.

Spooked (2017)

It's nighttime, and Brenda, a pretty young woman, is in bed. Suddenly, the light goes out. Using the light from her phone, Brenda crosses the house looking for the circuit breaker, but something stands there, lurking in the darkness.

Warren Miller's Face of Winter (2018)

New and veteran athletes pay tribute to the late Warren Miller.

Luke's Movie Muddle (1916)

Luke's Movie Muddle is a 1916 American short comedy film starring Harold Lloyd. Prints of the film survive in various film archives around the world, including George Eastman House and the Filmoteca Española.

Rusty Tulloch (2018)

Broke and facing eviction, a trucker agrees to help his neighbor track down her husband's murderer.

Flora (2017)

In 1929 botanists discover an ancient organism in an uncharted forest.

The Hollywood Kid (1924)

A screenwriter searches for the right child to play the lead in his new movie.

Circumstances (2017)

Several young adults turn to prostitution, thievery, and drug dealing as a means to survive their violent urban environment.

Anonymous 616 (2018)

A reunion between two couples turns deadly when one of the guests falls under the spell of an anonymous online presence.

The Stick (1989)

Soldiers have to capture a wizard in Africa.

Why Man Creates (1968)

Why Man Creates is a 1968 animated short documentary film which discusses the nature of creativity. It was written by Saul Bass and Mayo Simon, and directed by Saul Bass. It won the Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject. An abbreviated version of it ran on the first broadcast of CBS' 60 Minutes, on September 24, 1968. Why Man Creates focuses on the creative process and the different approaches taken to that process. It is divided into eight sections: The Edifice, Fooling Around, The Process, Judgment, A Parable, Digression, The Search, and The Mark. In 2002, this film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

The Bagman (2002)

A disfigured man exacts murderous revenge on his bullies.

Schizophreniac: The Whore Mangler (1997)

Schizophreniac: The Whore Mangler is 1997 exploitation film written, directed and produced by Ron Atkins. The film was followed by two sequels, Necromaniac: Schizophreniac 2 in 2003 and The Cuckoo Clocks of Hell in 2011, the latter being a crossover with Last House on Dead End Street.

Classical Period (2018)

A group of young intellectuals partakes in playful rounds of academic sparring.

Building a Broken Mousetrap (2006)

Dutch band the Ex performs in New York.

Gender Redesigner (2007)

A transgender man reflects on transitioning.

In the Street (1948)

In the Street is a 16-minute documentary film released in 1948 and again in 1952. The black and white, silent film was shot in the mid-1940s in the Spanish Harlem section of New York City. Helen Levitt, Janice Loeb, and James Agee were the cinematographers; they used small, hidden 16 mm film cameras to record street life, especially of children. Levitt edited the film and, subsequent to its first release, added a piano soundtrack composed and performed by Arthur Kleiner.

The Seventh Curse (1986)

(Dubbed in English) Old school fantasy adventure follows Dr. Yuen and Mr. Wisely in a battle against evil sorcerers and bloodthirsty creatures to release the “Blood Curse.”

The Beekeepers (2010)

Three aging slackers embark on a quest to save their comatose friend.

Sawdust City (2011)

Two brothers scour the dive bars in their town in hopes of finding their estranged father.

The Craven Sluck (1967)

A married woman becomes enamored with a mysterious man.

Guns of the Trees (1961)

A woman considers suicide until a man she meets in church convinces her that life is worth living.

When the Old Phone Rings (2017)

A fraternity acquires an old mansion, unaware of its gruesome past. The first night in the new house may be the last for the fraternity members, as they begin receiving sinister prank calls.

Drowned (2012)

A struggling playwright forms an immediate connection with a fashion student.

The Follower (2017)

The Follower centers around Internet video blogger David Baker (Nicolas Shake). Baker is invited by an eccentric and lonely woman to investigate supernatural occurrences in her home. She instructs him that he is free to film everywhere except for her grandmother’s room, upstairs. At first, he sees nothing. However, things take a supernatural turn as he slowly discovers that things aren't what they seem. Even more disturbing, something may very well want to follow him out of this very haunted locale.

Morning, Noon & Night (2018)

MORNING, NOON & NIGHT explores a day-in-the-life of six people battling different addictions. The characters feel all too familiar as they could be your neighbor, your family or even yourself. The film functions as a mirror as it examines three college students, a history teacher, a lawyer and a top executive as they struggle to make it through a single day.

Ride or Die (2005)

When their sister is killed by a band of outlaws, a group of sexy female gunslingers are gathered to avenge the death of one of their own. As the tension hits a fever pitch, the girls will do whatever it takes to right the wrong that has been done. War has been declared and with their backs up against the wall, it's Ride or Die!

Back to Nothing (2016)

A group of urban nomads travels from ruin to ruin.

Savage Roses (2002)

A Latina woman is torn between her Bronx gang and the woman she loves.