Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert (2018)
Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert is an American musical television special that was broadcast live on NBC on April 1, 2018. Executively produced by Craig Zadan, Neil Meron, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tim Rice, and Marc Platt, it was a staged concert performance of the 1970 rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar.
Palm Swings (2017)
After moving to Palm Springs, a young married couple puts their love to the test when they discover their neighbors are swingers. They get more than they bargained for when their wild adventures threaten to destroy their love and marriage.
A journey of female empowerment, PALM SWINGS is a heart-felt and sensual love story examining universal themes that all couples face - trust, commitment, infidelity, forgiveness, and sexual desires.
Clockwork Orange County (2012)
The Other Lamb (2019)
For her entire life, the cult she was born into has been all that teenage Selah (Raffey Cassidy) has known. Along with a band of similarly cloistered young women she lives seemingly unstuck in time, cut off from modern society in a remote forest commune presided over by a man called Shepherd (Michiel Huisman), a controlling, messiah-like figure with a frightening dark side. But when her insular world is rocked by a series of nightmarish visions and disturbing revelations, Selah begins to question everything about her existence—including her allegiance to the increasingly dangerous Shepherd. Awash in images of primal, dreamlike dread, this provocative fable is a haunting vision of adolescent awakening and revolt.
The Burnt Orange Heresy (2020)
An ambitious art critic steals a rare painting and becomes consumed by his own greed as the operation spins out of control, in Giuseppe Capotondi's (The Double Hour) thriller based on Charles Willeford's noir novel and starring Elizabeth Debicki, Donald Sutherland, Claes Bang, and Mick Jagger.
Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus (2019)
When Zim reappears to begin the next phase of his evil alien plan to conquer Earth, his nemesis Dib Membrane sets out to unmask him once and for all.
Human Nature (2019)
Human Nature is a 2019 documentary film directed by Adam Bolt and written by Adam Bolt and Regina Sobel. Producers of the film include Greg Boustead, Elliot Kirschner and Dan Rather.
Active Adults (2017)
After recent college grads Malcolm and Lily fail to make it New York City they move in with Malcolm’s recently retired grandparents in their “Active Adult” community.The couples are surprised to discover parallels between their situations.
Out of Liberty (2019)
Winter 1839. LIBERTY, MISSOURI.
Local jailer, Samuel Tillery (Jasen Wade) is tasked with watching Missouri’s most wanted men as they await their upcoming hearing.
Caught between the local Missourians’ increased drive to remove the prisoners, and the prisoners’ desperate efforts to survive, Tillery is pushed beyond what any lawman can endure.
Based on actual recorded accounts, OUT OF LIBERTY is an intense, evocative western, with an outcome you have to see to believe.
The View from Tall (2016)
A 17-year-old student finds an unlikely lifeline in her therapist after a sexual transgression. As the lines of propriety between two lonely souls are slowly broken, she has to navigate the thorny issues of age, lust, and leaving one's life behind.
Yogi Bear's All-Star Comedy Christmas Caper (1982)
Alien Contact: NASA Exposed 2 (2017)
A former astronaut recently went on record to allege that there is abundant evidence that we are being contacted by Alien races and that these civilizations have been visiting us for a very long time. These claims also state that the Alien creatures' appearance is bizarre compared to any type of traditional western point of view and that these visitors use the technologies of consciousness and that they use "toroids," co-rotating magnetic disks for their propulsion systems. In addition, the recent discovery of 1,300 exoplanets that could sustain life has rocked the scientific world. Now more and more people, from world leaders to former astronauts, are testifying that UFOs not only exist, but that Aliens are here and have been monitoring the human race for centuries.
Trumping Democracy (2017)
Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States by winning three key states, a victory engineered by an ultra-conservative faction that quietly mapped its way to power using fake news, lies and psychometrics.
This explosive documentary follows the money to the reclusive multi-billionaire Robert Mercer, who bought Breitbart News and funded the effort while inserting Steve Bannon into the presidential campaign as its manager. Using data of millions of Americans acquired from Facebook, Google, banks, credit companies, social security and more, Cambridge Analytica, another Mercer-owned company, used tactics honed during the UK’s Brexit campaign to identify voters deemed “most neurotic or worried,” whom they believed could swing for Trump. In the days before the election, using “dark posts,” a little-known Facebook feature, they deployed highly manipulative and personalized messages that could be seen only by the user before disappearing. In the darkness of the web, democracy was trumped by data.
Cracking the Shakespeare Code (2017)
Serengeti: Nature's Greatest Journey (2015)
Little Big Voice (2015)
Le chien (1962)
One with Everything: Styx & the Contemporary Youth Orchestra (2009)
GasHole is a documentary film about the history of oil prices and the future of alternative fuels. The film was completed in 2008, premiered and released directly to DVD in 2010. The film details the dependency of the United States on foreign supplies of oil. The documentary is directed by Scott D. Roberts and Jeremy Wagener and narrated by Peter Gallagher.
Horses of Gettysburg (2006)
Rajavin Parvaiyile (1995)
Rajavin Parvaiyile; is a 1995 Indian Tamil romantic drama film, directed by Janaki Soundar, starring Vijay and Indraja in the lead roles, with Ajith Kumar in second lead role. This was the only film to feature Vijay and Ajith Kumar together. The film, which featured music composed by Ilaiyaraaja, was released in August 1995. However, it did not match the expectation of the audience and was criticized as a failure.
The Christmas Carol (1949)
The Christmas Carol is a 1949 low-budget, black and white television special narrated by Vincent Price. Compressing the Charles Dickens classic story into a half-hour, it is stated to be "the oldest extant straight adaptation of the story" for television. It was originally produced as a syndicated production for airing on 22 stations across the United States on Christmas Day in 1949. It was sponsored by Magnavox and represented that company's first use of television advertising. In 1952 the show was acquired by Consolidated Television Sales for further syndication.
Haunted 2: Apparitions (2018)
One Less God (2017)
La Notte non Fa più Paura (2016)
JL Ranch (2016)
JL Ranch is a 2016 American western drama film directed by Charles Robert Carner and written by Harley Peyton. The television film stars Jon Voight, Teri Polo, James Caan, Melanie Griffith, Steven Bauer, Grant Bowler, and Trevor Donovan. It was broadcast on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel on August 21, 2016.. It was released in Europe as Texas Blood.
You & I (2015)
Is Anybody Out There? (2016)
Fashion King (2014)
Fashion King is a 2014 South Korean film that comically depicts the coming of age of a high school student as he matures into adulthood and discovers a passion for fashion design.
Oh My Pyo! (2014)
Oh My Pyo is a 2014 romantic comedy Punjabi film co-directed and co-produced by Rai Yuvraj Bains and Niharika Sahni. The film stars Binnu Dhillon, Jaswinder Bhalla, Sardar Sohi, Bubble Rai, Bhanu Sri Mehra and debutante Dakshita Kumaria.
420 Friendly Comedy Special (2013)
Mouse and Mole at Christmas Time (2013)
Mouse and Mole is a British television series devised by Joy Whitby's Grasshopper Productions. It was based on the series of children's books written by Joyce Dunbar and illustrated by James Mayhew which were first published in 1993. Originally envisaged as 26 x 5 minute episodes, only 19 were ever finished, although the soundtracks for the remaining seven episodes, created by Ben Baird at Aquarium Studios are still in existence.
Jump In (2012)
Falling Up (2012)
Wonderful Radio (2012)
Wonderful Radio is a 2012 South Korean romantic comedy film, starring Lee Min-jung and Lee Jung-jin. It is about a has-been pop star who is now a radio DJ struggling to boost listener ratings. It was released in theaters on January 5, 2012 by distributor Showbox/Mediaplex, and ran for 120 minutes.
Vodka Factory (2011)
UFOs: The Secret History (2010)
What on Earth? (2009)
The Wildman of Kentucky: The Mystery of Panther Rock (2008)
Living with... Boy George (2008)
Dog in a Sidecar (2007)
In this quirky family dramedy, 10-year-old Kaoru befriends her father’s strange, free-spirited mistress.
Other Side of the Cell (2006)
The Passions of Howard Hughes (2004)
What Happened on the Moon? - An Investigation Into Apollo (2000)
Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie (1999)
Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie is a Japanese anime film directed by Morio Asaka and produced by Madhouse and Bandai Visual. The film is based on the anime television series adaptation of Clamp's Cardcaptor Sakura manga series. Written by Nanase Ohkawa, Clamp's head writer, it was released in Japanese theaters on August 21, 1999. It won the Feature Film Award at the 1999 Animation Kobe. A second film, Cardcaptor Sakura Movie 2: The Sealed Card, followed in 2000. Set between the first and second seasons of the television series, the film shows Sakura and her friends going to Hong Kong where they encounter a vengeful spirit who was hurt by Clow Reed in the past.
The Process (1998)
When martial arts champion Pinoy travels to America, his fighting skills are put to the test when he finds himself in the middle of a violent gang war. Forced into sudden street combat against fierce members of the Crazy Dragons gang, Pinoy saves the life of Jesse. Impressed with Pinoy's amazing fighting abilities and grateful for his life, Jesse befriends the stranger, introducing him to his father. But this new found friendship is put to the test when the Crazy Dragons surround Jesse's home, threatening the lives of his family. Suddenly the two must protect what they cherish, and with the help of Kimo summon all their martial arts strength for an action packed ultimate fight to the death.
Sainyam is a 1994 Malayalam film written by S. N. Swamy and directed by Joshi. Mammootty, Mukesh, Mohini, Priya Raman, Vikram, Dileep, Sukumaran appeared in lead roles. The film score and soundtrack were composed by S. P. Venkatesh.
Dany is a 2001 Malayalam language Indian political comedy drama film written, directed and produced by T.V. Chandran with Mammootty in the title role. Also starring in the film are noted danseuse Mallika Sarabhai, Vani Viswanath, Siddique, Vijayaraghavan, Ratheesh, popular television actress Maya Moushmi and Narendra Prasad. It released coinciding with the festival of Christmas in December 2001. The film met with critical acclaim with most of the critics hailing the performance of Mammootty. It won numerous awards including a National Film Award and three Kerala State Film Awards.
Female Prisoner Scorpion: #701's Grudge Song (1973)
Female Prisoner Scorpion: #701's Grudge Song is a women in prison film made by Toei Company in 1973. The fourth, and last in the first Female Prisoner Scorpion series, Meiko Kaji returned to play the title role, but director Shunya Itō was replaced by Yasuharu Hasebe.
Act of Contrition (2019)
Forbidden Women (1948)
Forbidden Women also known as Tictaban l'isola dell'amore proibito is a 1948 Philippine adventure film directed by Eduardo de Castro. It stars Fernando Poe, Berting Labra, Mona Lisa.
The Return of Rusty (1946)
The Return of Rusty is a 1946 American drama film directed by William Castle and starring Ted Donaldson, John Litel and Mark Dennis. It was the second in the eight part Rusty film series produced by Columbia Pictures.
The Strange Case of Dr. Meade (1938)
The Strange Case of Dr. Meade is a 1938 American drama film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Jack Holt, Beverly Roberts and Noah Beery Jr.
Reformatory is a 1938 American crime drama film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Jack Holt, Bobby Jordan and Charlotte Wynters.
Her Man o' War (1926)
Her Man o' War is a 1926 American silent war drama film directed by Frank Urson and starring Jetta Goudal, William Boyd and Jimmie Adams.
O Olho Mágico do Amor (1982)
O Olho Mágico do Amor is a 1982 Brazilian film directed by José Antônio Garcia and Ícaro Martins.
Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same. (2012)
Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same is a 2012 American stand-up comedy film directed by Jay Karas and written by and starring Bill Burr, the first stand-up comedy special exclusively for Netflix. In You People Are All the Same, filmed at Washington, D.C.’s Lincoln Theater, Bill Burr talks about race, gun politics, the politics of domestic relationships and more.
Iliza Shlesinger: Elder Millennial (2018)
Newly engaged comic Iliza Shlesinger dives into undeniable truths about life at age 35, the insanity of the road traveled and what's to come.
Merry Mannequins (1937)
Jay and Silent Bob Do Degrassi (2005)
¡Viva Madrid, que es mi pueblo! (1928)
Julia y el celacanto (1961)
Perfect Lover (2001)
The Last Thing He Wanted (2020)
A hard-hitting reporter becomes entangled in the story she’s trying to break when she helps her ailing father broker an arms deal in Central America.
The Lake Vampire (2018)
The Knight Before Christmas (2019)
Medieval magic sends a 14th-century knight to modern-day Ohio, where he falls for a high school science teacher who's disillusioned by love.
Shorebreak, the Evolution of Skimboarding (2018)
Ray Romano: Right Here, Around the Corner (2019)
Ray Romano cut his stand-up teeth at the Comedy Cellar in New York. Now, in his first comedy special in 23 years, he returns to where it all began.
One Taxi Ride (2019)
Local Kid (2003)
Noah Land (2020)
My Name Is Violeta (2019)
Love Live! Sunshine!! The School Idol Movie: Over The Rainbow (2019)
La lapidation de Saint Étienne (2013)
Nadodi Mannan (2013)
Gad Elmaleh: La vie normale (2000)
Gad Elmaleh: L'autre c'est moi (2005)
And the Birds Rained Down (2019)
False Positive (2020)
Somebody's Xylophone (2016)
A middle-aged housewife becomes hopelessly infatuated with her young hairdresser, an interest which quickly becomes unhealthy.
Dernier atout (1942)
The Trump Card (French: Dernier atout) is a 1942 French crime film directed by Jacques Becker and starring Mireille Balin, Raymond Rouleau and Pierre Renoir.
The film marked Becker's full debut as a director, although he had briefly worked on Cristobal's Gold in 1940, It was filmed partly on the French Riviera, which stood in for South America. Interiors were filmed at the Victorine Studios and at Pathé's studio in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Max Douy. During production Becker used the pretext of filming to liaise between French Resistance groups in Paris and the South.
Libya in Motion (2017)
Insights into the lives of people trying to find normality in a world of chaos.
Mortuary Massacre (2016)
An investigating detective (Steven Briggs) gets the backstories on three gruesome deaths from a local mortician (Erin Blaisdell).
School's Out (1930)
School's Out is a 1930 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. Produced by Hal Roach and released to theaters by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, it was the 102nd Our Gang short to be released.
Pleasures of the Flesh (1965)
A corrupt businessman blackmails the lovelorn reprobate Atsushi into watching over his suitcase full of embezzled cash while he serves a jail sentence. Rather than wait for the man to retrieve his money, however, Atsushi decides to spend it all in one libidinous rush—fully expecting to be tracked down and killed. Oshima’s dip into the waters of the popular soft-core “pink film” genre is a compelling journey into excess.
Sophie's Misfortunes (2016)
Sophie's Misfortunes (French: Les Malheurs de Sophie) is a 2016 French film written and directed by Christophe Honoré.
When an earthquake hits a Korean village housing a run-down nuclear power plant, a man risks his life to save the country from imminent disaster.
5 Films About Technology (2017)
A short satire about people staring into screens.
In The Radiant City (2017)
IN THE RADIANT CITY tells the chilling story of a man returning home after 20 years to a dysfunctional and tormented family that still carries the weight of a murder their brother committed. Emotional with powerful performances - this film will haunt you long after it's over.
The Time of Their Lives (2017)
The Time of Their Lives is a British road comedy film directed and written by Roger Goldby. The film stars Joan Collins as Helen Shelley and Pauline Collins as Priscilla. Joan Collins stars as a former Hollywood movie star who travels to her ex-husband’s funeral on the west coast of France with all sorts of peculiar happenings on the journey where upon Priscilla becomes her best friend towards the end of the film.
It was released on 10 March 2017 in the United Kingdom, followed by Australia, France and Nordic countries by Universal Pictures and Independent Film Company.
Kultur Shock! (2017)
An Uncle Sam doll terrorizes three immigrants in a locked, windowless room. With no memory of how they got there, they'll have to piece things together to overcome their tormenter.
Ghost Forest (2013)
An explorer, a photographer, and their beautiful native guide venture into a forbidden forest to search for a lost expedition.
The Most Hated Woman in America (2017)
The Most Hated Woman in America is an American biopic film directed by Tommy O'Haver and written by O'Haver and Irene Turner. It stars Melissa Leo as Madalyn Murray O'Hair.
The film had its world premiere at South by Southwest on March 14, 2017. The film was released on March 24, 2017, by Netflix.
Road to Nowhere (2009)
Addled by booze, drugs, sex and sleeplessness, Kate is haunted. Soon, she can no longer tell illusion from reality, but her life may depend on it.