WWE: The Rise & Fall of ECW (2004)
The Rise and Fall of ECW is a 2004 direct-to-video documentary produced by World Wrestling Entertainment. It chronicles the history of Philadelphia-based professional wrestling promotion Extreme Championship Wrestling. The documentary features interviews with various performers who worked in the promotion including co-founder and former owner Paul Heyman as well as performers Tazz, Tommy Dreamer, Dawn Marie, Stevie Richards, Mick Foley, Chris Jericho, Lance Storm, Rey Mysterio, Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, Rob Van Dam, Rhyno, Nunzio, Spike Dudley, Bubba Ray Dudley and D'Von Dudley. A book with the same title was published by WWE and Pocket Books in 2006 with much of the same information and interviews from the DVD transcribed and included.
The Time Of Your Life (1948)
The Time of Your Life is a 1948 comedy drama film starring James Cagney adapted from the 1939 William Saroyan play of the same title. A Cagney Production, The Time of Your Life was produced by Cagney's brother William, adapted by Nathaniel Curtis, and directed by H. C. Potter. Cinematography was by James Wong Howe. The supporting cast features William Bendix, Jeanne Cagney, Wayne Morris, Broderick Crawford and Ward Bond.
Venom is a 1981 British horror film directed by Piers Haggard, written by Robert Carrington, based on Alan Scholefield's novel of the same name, and starring Klaus Kinski, Oliver Reed, Nicol Williamson, and Sarah Miles.
The Worm Eaters (1977)
Herman Umgar, a German hermit, has an ability to communicate with worms. One day the mayor of the town runs him off his property, so in revenge he plants worms in everybody’s food. However, these worms are a special breed of mutant worms from the Red Tide, and when the people eat them they are transformed into giant worms themselves.
The 36th Annual People's Choice Awards (2010)
Ma'am May We Go Out? (1985)
Ma'am May We Go Out? is a 1985 Philippine comedy film produced by Viva Films. It starred Filipino comedians Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto and Joey de Leon.
Fale. Wyjazd (2005)
National Memorial Day Concert (2014)
The 2011 Miss USA Pageant (2011)
The Wheels on the Bus Video: Mango and Papaya's Animal Adventures (2003)
Abbado - Lucerne Festival Orchestra: Gustav Mahler (2007)
Claudio Abbado has realised a dream with his new Lucerne Festival Orchestra. The orchestra, an exclusive ensemble of handpicked orchestral musicians, opens up new dimensions in the interpretation of symphonic music with exceptional soloists such as violinist Kolja Blacher, cellist Natalia Gutman and clarinettist Sabine Meyer filling the first desks. Claudio Abbado is undeniably a supreme Mahler conductor and his recordings with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra have set new standards in interpretation of works by Gustav Mahler. His long-time association with the composer ensures a marvellous reading of the Sixth Symphony, especially as he has long been the work’s most respected interpreter. The sixth symphony – first performed in 1906 and sometimes referred to as “Tragic” – ends on a much sadder, almost nihilistic, note than most of the other Mahler symphonies. This imposing music is captured live in a performance marked by awesome silences and towering climaxes conjured by the Lucerne Festival Orchestra. The DVDs were filmed in August 2006 using state-of-the-art equipment to take full advantage of the new and acoustically superb Concert Hall Lucerne.
Waldbühne 2011 (2012)
The Berliner Philharmoniker give their last concert of the season at the Waldbühne Berlin - each year over 22,000 attendances join this concert at one of the most appealing outdoor amphitheatres on the European continent. This year the Berliner Philharmoniker play under the baton of Riccardo Chailly, who is renowned for having one of the broadest repertoires in the business with the brilliance to match. Besides Shostakovich’s Suite No. 2 for Jazz Orchestra they present “Respighi’s “Fountains of Rome” and “Pines of Rome” from his famous orchestral Roman trilogy. Another highlight is the Suite from the film score to “La Strada” by Nino Rota, who composed the sound tracks of a great number of films of the Italian director Federico Fellini.
Europakonzert 2013 Prague (2013)
The EUROPAKONZERT is the annual celebration of the founding day of the Berliner Philharmoniker on May 1st. The purpose of this unique series is to perform concerts at places which have a special cultural history and compel through their stunning architecture. The EUROPAKONZERT has lead the Berliner Philharmoniker all over Europe to some of the most beautiful sceneries. This remarkable concert, performed at the historical Spanish Hall at Prague Castle on 1st May 2013 features Sir Simon Rattle and Czech mezzo-soprano Magdalena Kožená performing Ralph Vaughan Williams’s Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6 Pastoral and Antonín Dvořák’s Biblical Songs. *not NTSC
E-San Love Story (2017)
The 12th Annual 'A Home for the Holidays' (2010)
40 Year Old Virgins (2013)
Ships of Slaves: The Middle Passage (1997)
My Own Private Hell (2018)
Blossom Again (2005)
Faces of Children (1925)
Faces of Children (French: Visages d'enfants) is a 1925 French-Swiss silent film directed by Jacques Feyder. It tells the story of a young boy whose mother has died and the resentments which develop when his father remarries. It was a notable example of film realism in the silent era, and its psychological drama was integrated with the natural landscapes of Switzerland where much of the film was made on location.
Women in the White House (2009)
Contains the documentaries First Mothers (2002) and All the President's Wives (2002).
Ware für Katalonien (1959)
Ware für Katalonien (English-language title: Goods For Catalonia) is an East German black-and-white film, directed by Richard Groschopp. It was released in 1959.
Holiday in St. Tropez (1964)
Holiday in St. Tropez is a 1964 West German comedy film directed by Ernst Hofbauer and starring Vivi Bach, Ann Smyrner and Rudolf Prack.
The Miracle of Father Malachia (1961)
The Miracle of Father Malachia (German: Das Wunder des Malachias) is a 1961 West German black-and-white film directed by Bernhard Wicki and starring Horst Bollmann. The film is based on the 1938 novel Father Malachy's Miracle by Bruce Marshall and tells the story of a supposed miracle in a West German town that is soon exploited and sensationalized by the media and profiteers. The film won several awards and was the official West German submission to the 34th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.
Geliebte Hochstaplerin (1961)
Geliebte Hochstaplerin is a 1961 German comedy film directed by Ákos Ráthonyi and starring Nadja Tiller, Walter Giller, Elke Sommer and Dietmar Schönherr. It is based on a play by Jacques Deval.
Cariño mío (1961)
Darling (German:Die Liebe ist ein seltsames Spiel, Spanish:Cariño mío) is a 1961 Spanish-West German comedy film directed by Rafael Gil and Hans Grimm and starring Vicente Parra, Marianne Hold and Manolo Morán.
Sort høst (1993)
Black Harvest (Danish: Sort høst) is a 1993 Danish drama film directed by Anders Refn. The film was selected as the Danish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 66th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Kispus is a 1956 Danish romantic comedy written and directed by Erik Balling. The film was the first Danish feature movie to be filmed in color.
La historia de Bienvenido (1964)
La historia de Bienvenido ("Bienvenido's Story") is a 1964 Spanish children's movie. It stars Marisol.
Sperrbezirk is a 1966 German drama film directed by Will Tremper and starring Harald Leipnitz, Suzanne Roquette and Guido Baumann. It is adapted from a story by Ernst Neubach.
The Key to Paradise (1970)
The Key to Paradise (Danish: Nøglen til Paradis) is a 1970 Danish family film directed by Sven Methling and starring Dirch Passer.
I kongens klæ'r (1954)
I kongens klæ'r is a 1954 Danish comedy film directed by Poul Bang and starring Dirch Passer.
The Creatures (1966)
Les Créatures is a 1966 film by Agnès Varda that recounts a story of a couple who have just moved to a new town and been in a car accident. The wife, Mylène Piccoli, has lost her voice in the accident and communicates through writing. The husband, Edgar Piccoli, is a science fiction writer working to produce his next book.
Les Créatures was an official selection of the Venice film festival, though it received mixed reviews. The film failed commercially.
Agnès Varda later recycled the leftover film stock from the film as the basis for her Ma Cabane de l’Échec (My Shack of Failure). Ma Cabane was made from film stock directly from the distribution copy and rearranged to form the structure of a cabin.
Our Home Is Our Castle (1971)
Ballade på Christianshavn is a 1971 Danish family film directed by Erik Balling and starring Poul Reichhardt.
Styrmand Karlsen (1958)
Styrmand Karlsen is a 1958 Danish film directed by Annelise Reenberg.
Lilo & Stitch's Island of Adventures (2003)
Enjoy two full-length Lilo & Stitch adventures and a revolutionary new DVD game that takes you inside the world of Lilo & Stitch -- continuing the story of your favorite Disney movie and expanding the home entertainment experience on DVD. Get ready for an all-new experience, because you've never watched a DVD like this before!
The National Mummy (1981)
Jolly Rangers (2010)
Venus in the Garden (2011)
Gila-Gila Remaja 2 (2013)
Britney Spears Live from Miami (2004)
Félix et le poisson (2011)
Ek Joke Net 2 (2014)
Anche gli angeli tirano di destro (also known as Charleston) is a 1974 Italian action comedy film written and directed by Enzo Barboni. The film is the sequel of Even Angels Eat Beans, with Ricky Bruch (at his film debut) who replaced Bud Spencer as Giuliano Gemma's support.
7 Days of Yellow (2009)
La liceale nella classe dei ripetenti (1978)
La liceale nella classe dei ripetenti (literally The high school girl in the class of repeaters) is a 1978 commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Mariano Laurenti. It is the second chapter in the "Liceale" film-series and was followed by La liceale seduce i professori. Alvaro Vitali, who played a student in the first film, plays a teacher in this one.
Chicken Hawk: Men Who Love Boys is a 1994 award-winning documentary produced, written and directed by Adi Sideman. The film profiles members of the pedophile/pederasty organization North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) who discuss sexual relationships between men and boys below the age of consent. The film is an exposé on the group's controversial beliefs and their clandestine lifestyle. Sideman's evenhanded approach provides the audience with an insight into the group members' psyches. The film has drawn attention for its unique approach: letting its subjects, the NAMBLA members, incriminate themselves in a public forum. Since its release, the film has been screened for the FBI, university criminology departments and other law enforcement agencies.
The term "chickenhawk" is used in gay slang to refer to an older man who chases after younger men.
Animal Instincts III (1996)
The Secret Government: The Constitution in Crisis (1987)
Paranormal Parody (2011)
Creative Process: Norman McLaren (1990)
An Eye for an Eye (1973)
The Psychopath, also known as An Eye for an Eye, is a 1973 horror film written by Walter Dallenbach, produced and directed by Larry G. Brown and has Beverly Hills Cop star John Ashton as one of its co-stars.
Faded Dreams (2007)
Über Goober (2004)
Über Goober A Film About Gamers is a 2004 independent documentary film focusing on people who play role-playing games. The film was directed by Steve Metze and features interviews with Gary Gygax, Peter Adkison, Mike Stackpole and Bob Larson, amongst others. The film has screened at theatres, film festivals, and gaming conventions, winning the award for "Best Film" at Gen Con Indianapolis, 2004.
Repeat Offenders: Jamais Vu (2011)
Les sous-doués en vacances (1982)
Les Sous-doués en vacances is a 1982 French comedic film, directed by Claude Zidi. It's the sequel to Les sous-doués (1980).
Girls at Arms 2 (1976)
Girls at Arms 2 (Danish: Piger i trøjen 2) is a 1976 Danish comedy film directed by Finn Henriksen and starring Berrit Kvorning.
Venusberg is a 1963 West German comedy drama film directed by Rolf Thiele and starring Marisa Mell, Nicole Badal and Monica Ekman.
Adalbert's dream (2011)
The State Counsellor (2005)
The State Counseller (Russian: Статский советник, translit. Statskiy sovetnik) is a 2005 Russian film, an adaptation of Boris Akunin's novel of the same name featuring detective Erast Fandorin. Directed by Filipp Yankovsky, it was one of the most expensive films ever made in Russia.
A revolutionary organisation is planning to assassinate the Governor of Moscow as the first step to overthrowing the Tsarist state. Detective Erast Fandorin attempts to counter them, but his efforts are hindered by his dealings with Prince Pozharsky.
The film's promotional title in Russian uses the old-fashioned, pre-Revolutionary spelling Статскiй совѣтникъ which contrasts with the modern spelling Статский советник.
Angel Exit (2000)
Andel Exit (also called as Angel Exit) is a 2000 Czech drama movie directed by Vladimír Michálek with Jan Cechticky and Klára Issová. The movie was based on thee 1995 novel of Jáchym Topol named Anděl. The movie earned two Czech Lion Awards in 2000 for Best Design and Best Editing.
Probable Robot (2015)
Rob Van Dam: One of a Kind (2005)
Z7 Operation Rembrandt (1966)
Z7 Operation Rembrandt (German: Rembrandt 7 antwortet nicht..., Italian: Mark Donen - Agente Zeta 7, Spanish: Z-7, operación Rembrandt) is a 1966 German-Italian-Spanish Eurospy film written and directed by Giancarlo Romitelli and starring Lang Jeffries. It was shot in Macau, Tangier, Rome, Málaga and Torremolinos.
Masterpiece Monday (2003)
The Brannigan Account (2015)
Pandora Machine (2004)
Steve-O: Demise and Rise (2009)
The Evening Journey (2008)
Kung-Fu Kitties (2004)
Sons of Perdition (2007)
Zordon of Eltar (2015)
Blind Willie's Blues: A Documentary Film (1997)
Saddle Up with Dick Wrangler & Injun Joe (2009)
Passion in Hot Hollows (1969)
Queensryche: Operation Livecrime (2001)
Under Pressure: Making 'The Abyss' (1993)
In Bad Taste (2000)
In Bad Taste is the second documentary film from Steve Yeager, who had first made Divine Trash in 1998. The documentary follows the cinematic ideas of American filmmaker John Waters, and includes interviews with Waters and his ensemble cast, known as the Dreamlanders.
Un jour ça ira (2018)
Call of Duty: Operation Kingfish (2011)
Emilia Galotti (1958)
Emilia Galotti is an East German film. It was released in 1958. It is based on the play of the same name.
Los flamencos (1968)
4 histoires fantastiques (2018)
Sacred Waters (1960)
Sacred Waters (German:An heiligen Wassern) is a 1960 Swiss drama film directed by Alfred Weidenmann and starring Hansjörg Felmy, Cordula Trantow and Hanns Lothar. It was based on a novel by Jakob Christoph Heer, which had previously been made into a film in 1932.
Man from Canyon City (1965)
Man from Canyon City ( Spanish: Viva Carrancho, Italian: L'uomo che viene da Canyon City) is a 1965 Spanish-Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Alfonso Balcázar.
La tirana (1958)
Posición avanzada (1966)
Atraco a las tres (1962)
Atraco a las tres (Robbery at 3 o'clock) is a 1962 Spanish comedy film directed by José María Forqué.
It is inspired by Mario Monicelli's masterpiece Big Deal on Madonna Street
Dr. Sibelius (1962)
Doctor Sibelius (German: Frauenarzt Dr. Sibelius) is a 1962 West German drama film directed by Rudolf Jugert and starring Lex Barker, Barbara Rütting and Senta Berger.It was shot at the CCC Studios in Berlin and on location in the city.
Mission spéciale à Caracas (1965)
Mission to Caracas or Mission spéciale à Caracas is a 1965 spy film directed by Raoul André.
Roland Carey is special agent Becker, who’s after a briefcase that rather cleverly disguises some secret documents. The documents are being smuggled aboard a cruise ship but, as luck would have it....
La venganza (2007)
Vengeance (Spanish: La venganza) is a 1958 Spanish drama film directed by Juan Antonio Bardem. It was co-produced with Italy, starring Italian Raf Vallone. Francisco Rabal narrates the film. It was shown at the 1958 Cannes Film Festival but not released in Spain until the following year. The film had serious troubles with Spanish censorship. Bardem even went to prison and it was an international scandal. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
¿Dónde vas, Alfonso XII? (1959)
Where Are You Going, Alfonso XII? (Spanish: ¿Dónde vas, Alfonso XII?) is a 1959 Spanish historical drama film directed by Luis César Amadori and starring Vicente Parra, Paquita Rico and Mercedes Vecino. It portrays the life of Alfonso XII of Spain. It was followed by a sequel Alfonso XII and María Cristina the following year.
Wise Guys (1961)
Wise Guys (original title: Les Godelureaux) is a 1961 French revenge drama directed by Claude Chabrol and based on the novel by Éric Ollivier.
The House in Montevideo (1951)
The House in Montevideo (German: Das Haus in Montevideo) is a 1951 West German comedy film directed by Curt Goetz and Valérie von Martens and starring Goetz, von Martens, Albert Florath and Lia Eibenschütz. It is an adaptation of Goetz's 1945 comic play The House in Montevideo. Goetz and von Martens had frequently played the lead parts on the stage. The play was later adapted into another film of the same title in 1963.
Vater sein dagegen sehr (1957)
Vater sein dagegen sehr is a 1957 West German film directed by Kurt Meisel.
Der Vogelhändler (1962)
The Bird Seller (German: Der Vogelhändler) is a 1962 West German musical comedy film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Cornelia Froboess, Peter Weck and Albert Rueprecht.It is an operetta film, based on the stage work of the same title by Carl Zeller. Several other film adaptations have also been made.
It was shot at the CCC Studios in Berlin and at Linderhof Palace in Bavaria. The film's sets were designed by the art director Rolf Zehetbauer.