Space Truckers (1996)

Space Truckers is a 1996 American-British-Irish comic science fiction film directed by Stuart Gordon and starring Dennis Hopper, Stephen Dorff, Debi Mazar and Charles Dance. It was filmed at Ardmore Studios, County Wicklow, Ireland. The story concerns John Canyon, one of the last independent space transport entrepreneurs. Bad times have forced him to carry suspicious cargo to Earth without asking questions. During the flight the cargo turns out to be a multitude of virtually unstoppable killer robots.

The Big Racket (1976)

Fabio Testi (REVOLVER, CONTRABAND) stars as Inspector Nico Palmieri, a tough police detective tearing apart Rome to bust a ruthless protection racket. But when these violent thugs expand their empire into drugs, rape and murder, Nico throws away the rulebook to unleash his own brand of justice. In a city ruled by fear, there's a fine line between cop and criminal, and one lawman is about to blast it to pieces! Academy Award nominee Vincent Gardenia (DEATH WISH) co-stars in this explosive crime thriller - featuring some of the most amazing stunts in '70s cinema - directed by Enzo G. Castellari (STREET LAW, THE HEROIN BUSTERS), now transferred from original vault materials and packed with explosive new extras.

Jig (2011)

Jig is a 2011 documentary produced and directed by Sue Bourne about the world of Irish dance and the fortieth Irish Dancing World Championships, held in March 2010 in Glasgow.

The Mating of Millie (1948)

The Mating of Millie is a 1948 romantic comedy film starring Glenn Ford and Evelyn Keyes. The screenplay concerns a single woman who goes to great lengths to adopt an orphan boy.

Then There Were None (1996)

More than half a million native Hawaiians were living in the islands at the time of European contact in 1778. Within 50 years, that population was cut in half as Western diseases claimed thousands of lives. A litany of events followed: American missionaries preached unfamiliar ideas and customs; sugarcane and pineapple plantations absorbed individual farmlands; waves of immigrant workers arrived, making Hawaiians a minority in their own land; and WWII brought a lasting military presence. University of Hawai'i sociologists estimate that the extinction of full-blooded Hawaiians could come within the next 45 years. This compelling story of a race displaced and now on the verge of extinction is brilliantly told in this award-winning documentary created by the great-granddaughter of Hawaiian high chiefs and English seafarers.

Hawaii (1966)

Recently graduated from the Yale Divinity School, Reverend Abner Hale is tasked with taking the word of God to the Hawaiian natives and sets sail towards the islands with his new bride, Jerusha.

Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music (1965)

The first-ever Sinatra television special, this 1965 performance showcases the Chairman in peak form. The Nelson Riddle arrangements sparkle, opening with a classic rendition of "I've Got You Under My Skin" and continuing on with other favorites such as "I Get A Kick Out Of You," "Come Fly With Me" and "The Lady Is A Tramp."

Idomeneo (1983)

Even though in recent years Idomeneo has been staged more frequently, this Mozart masterpiece can hardly be counted among the operas (the Da Ponte trilogy in primis) that made of the Salzburg composer one of the greatest operatic composers of all times. Yet Idomeneo was, in its day, a revolutionary work, animated by music that appears remarkably innovative and profoundly theatrical. This double DVD set presents the Teatro San Carlo of Naples's staging, signed by Pier Luigi Pizzi, one of today's most creative directors. Marco Guidarini, on the podium, conducts a cast of international renown.

The Hucksters (1947)

The Hucksters is a 1947 MGM film directed by Jack Conway and starring Clark Gable that marked the debut of Deborah Kerr in an American film. The supporting cast includes Sydney Greenstreet, Adolphe Menjou, Keenan Wynn, Edward Arnold and Ava Gardner. The movie is based on the novel The Hucksters by Frederic Wakeman, Sr., a skewering of the post-World War II radio advertising industry with a racy backdrop for its day involving Gable and his alternating pursuit of Kerr and Gardner.

Bigfoot (2008)

Percy Caldwell is the target of bullies after he professes his love for a popular school cheerleader, leading him into a bicycle accident at the edge of the forest. There he encounters an 8-foot tall creature named Bigfoot escaping from a forest fire. Percy befriends the gentle creature, who is then captured by the bullies to sell as an oddity. Percy must then rally his friends to help rescue Bigfoot and return him to the forest.

U2: Achtung Baby, the Videos, the Cameos and a Whole Lot of Interference from ZOO-TV (2006)

Achtung Baby was the album that fired U2 into the 90s. Displaying a broader musical palette than before and with a newfound smattering of irony, the four-piece dramatically overhauled their traditional approach to songwriting. The so-called 'band of the 80s' were moving on. They now reflected their moods in their music, had loosened up and were taking sonic risks, and every single one paid off. U2: Achtung Baby offers a previously unobtainable level of insight into the band during the recording of their most dynamic and well respected album. Via the use of live footage, long forgotten videos and the review criticism and insight of a panel of highly opinionated experts, this package delivers the finest documentary film yet to emerge on Dublin's favourite sons.

Bono: God's Favourite Son (2004)

As lead singer with one of the worlds biggest Rock bands, Bono has exemplified the roles of consummate performer and extraordinary songwriter. As the most infuential and proactive artist to link pop and politics he has achieved the unthinkable; regularly holding court with world leaders and, stranger still, being taken seriously by them. Now, for the first time, this documentary traces the extraordinary life of Bono, from his humble beginnings and the formation of U2, to his role as philanthropist and spokesperson for educating and improving the lives of many. Bono: God's Favourite Son tells the complete unauthorized story of how one of the most extraordinary and benevolent figures in Pop music, has changed the face of modern music whilst maintaining his integrity and fighting to improve the lives of others.

Contracted (2013)

Contracted is a 2013 American body horror film directed and written by Eric England. It was first released on November 23, 2013, in the United States and stars Najarra Townsend as a young woman that finds herself suffering from a mysterious sexually transmitted disease after a rape. It has been compared to the 2012 film Thanatomorphose, with which it shares similarities. Twitch Film has criticized the movie for its marketing, in which England describes the character Samantha's rape as a "one night stand".

The Squeeze (1987)

The Squeeze is a 1987 American comedy film directed by Roger Young and stars Michael Keaton and Rae Dawn Chong.

Alien Crash at Roswell: The UFO Truth Lost in Time (2013)

The most enigmatic UFO incident in history exposed. Join Philip Coppens, star of History Channel's "Ancient Aliens" series in this and unprecedented expose on the Roswell Incident revealing that there is much more to this case than previously believed.

Lymelife (2008)

Lymelife is a 2008 independent comedy-drama film written by brothers Derick Martini and Steven Martini, and directed by Derick Martini, depicting aspects of their life in 1970s Long Island from the perspective of a teenager. The film stars Alec Baldwin, Rory Culkin, and Emma Roberts. Martin Scorsese served as an executive producer. The film debuted at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival, in September 2008 and won the International Federation of Film Critics Award (FIPRESCI). After its theatrical release in 2009, writer director Derick Martini was nominated for a Gotham Award for Breakthrough Director.

Faster (2010)

Faster is a 2010 American action film directed by George Tillman Jr.. Dwayne Johnson and Billy Bob Thornton star as a criminal seeking vengeance and the corrupt cop who pursues him, respectively. Tom Berenger, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and Carla Gugino also appear. Faster was released on November 24, 2010, and grossed $35 million against production budget of $24 million.

Tibet: Beyond Fear (2008)

With an opening by Richard Gere and featuring the Dalai Lama, the award winning Tibet: Beyond Fear, hailed by the New York Times as emotional, riveting and compelling, documents a remarkable story of courage and the power of positive thinking.

Shaolin Ulysses: Kungfu Monks in America (2003)

If you get a kick out of kungfu, you don't want to miss this exhilarating film tracing the journey of five kungfu monks in search of the American dream. Hailing from China's legendary Shaolin Temple, these men are not only accomplished Zen masters but famous kungfu stars with huge followings. Now they've left it all behind to forge a new future in America--Shaolin style--and bring their special brand of Martial Arts to the west. As they display their best kungfu moves for the camera, the monks share with us their stories, ambitions and visions of building American temples, doing Las Vegas shows and producing Olympic sport champions. Bridging the vast divide between East and West, they present a vivid, contemporary portrait of the immigrant experience, as each goes in search of their own meeting place between Shaolin kungfu, Zen Buddhism, and Western culture. Interspersed throughout the film is footage highlighting the history of China's famous temple, as our monks close in on the answer to the ultimate question: will Shaolin change America, or will America change Shaolin?

Lost Continent (1951)

Lost Continent is a 1951 American black-and-white science-fiction film from Lippert Pictures, produced by Jack Leewood, Robert L. Lippert and Sigmund Neufeld, directed by Sam Newfield (Sigmund Neufeld's brother), that stars Cesar Romero, Hillary Brooke, Chick Chandler, Sid Melton, Hugh Beaumont and John Hoyt. An expedition is sent to the South Pacific to search for a missing atomic-powered rocket in order to retrieve the vital scientific data recorded aboard. On an uncharted island they discover more than their rocket, now crashed atop a mysterious plateau, they find a lost jungle world populated by prehistoric dinosaurs.

Susana (1951)

Susana (Susana, demonio y carne or The Devil and the Flesh) is a 1951 film directed by Luis Buñuel. It is the story of a girl of questionable mental stability who escapes from incarceration and ends up at a plantation where she disrupts a working family's daily routines and chemistry.

That Certain Woman (1937)

That Certain Woman is a 1937 American drama film written and directed by Edmund Goulding. It is a remake of Goulding's 1929 film The Trespasser, Gloria Swanson's first sound film.

Rage (1995)

A radical militia group considers a California teacher (Gary Daniels) a prime specimen to clone for its army.

Dance With Me, Henry (1956)

Dance with Me, Henry is a 1956 film starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello. It is the final film that they starred in together, although Costello went on to star in one more film before his death, The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock.

Way... Way Out (1966)

A married American couple run a lunar weather station near an unwed Soviet couple.

The Family Jewels (1965)

All hail his "Royal Highness of Hilarity," Jerry Lewis! And Jerry Lewis, and Jerry Lewis, and Jerry Lewis... in fact all seven of him! When a little rich girl is suddenly orphaned a six-pack of her wacky uncles suddenly comes out of the woodwork, all desperate to take her in along with her $30 million inheritance! The "King of Crazy" is at his most regal playing seven kooky characters from a crazy clown to a high-flying airplane pilot, to a bumbling thug called "Bugs" -- all down on their luck and out for a buck -- in this sparkling comic gem!

Pump (2014)

Pump is a 2014 documentary film by Josh Tickell and Rebecca Harrell Tickell. The film begins by exploring the history of petroleum-based fuel consumption, the use of the Internal combustion engine and the geopolitics involved with petroleum. It is primarily focuses on the United States but also includes a segment on the automotive industry in China. The film then explores in-depth on the alternative energy options for vehicles that are either readily available for use or can be on a mass scale. This includes ethanol fuel, methanol fuel, Flexible-fuel vehicles in Brazil, flexible-fuel vehicles in the United States, and electric vehicles including Tesla Motors. Funding for the film came from Patrón tequila founder John Paul DeJoria, Rhino Films executive Stephen Nemeth and the Fuel Freedom Foundation.

A Show Of Force (1990)

A Show of Force is a 1990 thriller, directed by Bruno Barreto. The film is based on events and theories surrounding the Maravilla Hill case in Puerto Rico adapted from Anne Nelson's book, "Murder Under Two Flags."

Stitches (2012)

Stitches is a 2012 psychological horror comedy fantasy film directed by Conor McMahon and starring Ross Noble, Tommy Knight and Gemma-Leah Devereux. The plot concerns a birthday clown returning from the dead to exact revenge upon a boy and a group of children who contributed to his death. Stitches was produced by Fantastic Films and Tailored Films in 2012 and marks the film debut of Tommy Knight and stand-up comedian Ross Noble. It is an international co-production between Ireland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. McMahon began working on Stitches after receiving a €600,000 grant from the Irish Film Board, also utilizing funding from MEDIA Europe. Filming for the movie took place in Ireland. Stitches premiered in Dublin, Ireland in September 2012.

Starchaser: The Legend of Orin (1985)

Starchaser: The Legend of Orin is a 1985 animated science fantasy film directed and produced by Steven Hahn, and written by Jeffrey Scott. It was originally released in 3D by Atlantic Releasing. Starchaser: The Legend of Orin was one of the first animated movies to mix traditional and computer animation, as well as one of the first to be released in 3D.

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)

Admiral Kirk's defeat of Khan and the creation of the Genesis planet are empty victories. Spock is dead and McCoy is inexplicably being driven insane. Then a surprise visit from Sarek, Spock's father, provides a startling revelation: McCoy is harboring Spock's living essence. With one friend alive and one not, but both in pain, Kirk attempts to help his friends by stealing the U.S.S. EnterpriseTM and defying Starfleet's Genesis planet quarantine. But the Klingons have also learned of Genesis and race to meet Kirk in a deadly rendezvous.

Silver City (1984)

Silver City is a 1984 Australian film about post-war Polish immigration to Australia, following World War II. "Silver City" is the nickname of the immigration hostel in Australia. David Stratton calls it one of the best Australian films of the 1980s and thought that it should have made Gosia Dobrowolska a major star.

Shock Treatment (1981)

Shock Treatment is a 1981 American black comedy musical film directed by Jim Sharman, co-written by Sharman and Richard O'Brien. It was a follow-up to the 1975 film The Rocky Horror Picture Show. While not an outright sequel, the film does feature several characters from the previous film portrayed by different actors and several Rocky Horror actors in the roles of new characters. The film stars Jessica Harper as Janet and Cliff De Young in a dual role as Brad and the film's main antagonist Farley Flavors, with O'Brien and Patricia Quinn as sibling character actors. Given in a limited release on the midnight movie circuit beginning on October 30, 1981, Shock Treatment was a critical and commercial failure, not earning the same level of cult film status its predecessor received. Still, it has a minor following. In 2015, the film was adapted as a stage production in London.

Sunburn (1979)

Sunburn is a 1979 British-American comedy film directed by Richard C. Sarafian and written by James Booth, John Daly and Stephen Oliver. It is based on the novel The Bind by Stanley Ellin. The film stars Farrah Fawcett, Charles Grodin, Art Carney, Joan Collins, William Daniels and John Hillerman. The film was released on August 10, 1979, by Paramount Pictures.

Spiritual Kung Fu (1978)

Spiritual Kung Fu is a 1978 Hong Kong action martial arts film directed and produced by Lo Wei, and starring Jackie Chan and James Tien. The film also features Yuen Biao as one of the Master of the Five Fists. Chan was also the film's stunt co-ordinator. It was known in some releases as Karate Ghostbuster.

The Sea Gypsies (1978)

The Sea Gypsies, also known as Shipwreck, is a 1978 family movie directed by Stewart Raffill and starring Robert Logan and Mikki Jamison. The film's tagline is It began as a dream... and became an adventure of a lifetime.

Syndicate Sadists (1975)

Syndicate Sadists, also known as Rambo's Revenge and One Just Man (in original Italian, Il giustiziere sfida la città) is a 1975 poliziotteschi film. This film by Umberto Lenzi, one of the director's many work in the crime thriller genre. It stars Joseph Cotten and Tomas Milian.

Scream Baby Scream (1969)

Scream, Baby, Scream (also known as Nightmare House) is a 1969 American horror film directed by Joseph Adler and written by Larry Cohen, who went on to write such horror classics as It's Alive and Q: The Winged Serpent.

Soul to Soul (1971)

Soul To Soul was a concert held in Accra, Ghana, on 6 March 1971, by an array of mostly American R&B, soul, rock, and jazz musicians. It is also the name of a 1971 documentary film recording the concert.

A Safe Place (1971)

A Safe Place is a 1971 film written and directed by Henry Jaglom and starring Jack Nicholson, Tuesday Weld, Orson Welles and Phil Proctor.

The Sun in a Net (1963)

The Sun in a Net (Slnko v sieti, also translated as Sunshine in a net or Catching the sun in a net) is a 1963 film that became a key film in the development of Slovak and Czechoslovak cinema from the mandated Socialist-Realist filmmaking of the repressive 1950s towards the Czechoslovak/Czech New Wave and socially critical or experimental films of the 1960s marked by a gradual relaxation of communist control. The Sun in a Net received multiple votes in a wide survey of Czech and Slovak film academics and critics in the late 1990s asking them for their lists of the 10 best films in the history of filmmaking in the former Czechoslovakia.

Another Woman (1988)

A 50-year-old professor of philosophy deludes herself into thinking she's got a very good life. Suddenly, through some strange, almost magical events, it all becomes unraveled.

August. Eighth (2012)

August Eighth (Russian: «Август. Восьмого», translit. Avgust. Vosʹmogo) (2012) is a Russian action drama film about the 2008 South Ossetia war. It was produced and directed by Dzhanik Fayziev.

All Night Bodega (2004)

A Latina teenager (Tammy Trull) begins a lesbian romance after joining a criminal gang.

Across The Moon (1995)

The girlfriends (Elizabeth Pea, Christina Applegate) of two jailed crooks head south toward the Mojave Desert to pay them a visit.

Angel Unchained (1970)

Angel Unchained (also known as Hell's Angels Unchained) is a 1970 American action film directed by Lee Madden for American International Pictures and starring Don Stroud as the title character Angel. It was released in the United States on September 2, 1970.

Afghan Knights (2007)

Afghan Knights is a 2007 war film/horror film based on an original story by Christine Stringer. The film shows an ex-Navy SEAL called Pepper (Steven Bacic) who suffers with a bad conscience because he has left a comrade behind in Afghanistan and eventually decides to go back in order to try to rescue the man after all. He assembles a bunch of soldiers and goes for it. In the course of action they come across a mysterious cave system and are confronted by hostile ghosts. This turns the war movie into a horror film.

Allan Quatermain And The Temple Of Skulls (2008)

Filmed on location in South Africa, a retelling of H. Rider Haggard's classic novel "King Solomon's Mines," featuring the adventurer who was the inspiration for Indiana Jones.

Anwar (2007)

Anwar is a 2007 Indian romantic thriller film written and directed by Manish Jha, who is famous for his work in Matrubhoomi. The film stars Siddharth Koirala, Manisha Koirala, Rajpal Yadav and Nauheed Cyrusi.

Armaan (2003)

Armaan is an Indian Hindi drama film starring Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Preity Zinta, Gracy Singh, and Randhir Kapoor. The film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. This is the first time Preity Zinta played a negative role for which she received a Filmfare nomination for Best Villain. The film marked the first time Amitabh Bachchan and Anil Kapoor appeared together on screen. 21 years earlier they both appeared in Shakti but did not share any scenes together.

Acacia (2003)

Acacia is a 2003 South Korean horror film, directed by Park Ki-hyung and starring Shim Hye-jin and Kim Jin-geun. A re-release in 2011 changed the title to 'Root of Evil'.

American Shaolin (1992)

American Shaolin is a 1992 martial arts film, starring (among others) Reese Madigan, Kim Chan and Daniel Dae Kim. It was directed by Lucas Lowe.

Amsterdamned (1988)

The Danger Lies Just Below the Surface Down in the murky depths of Amsterdam’s famous canals lurks a murderous predator. Surfacing at night, he kills at random and disappears without a trace. As the bodies begin to pile up and mass hysteria envelopes the city, Detective Eric Visser is assigned to head the investigation. With only the escalating number of victims to go on, Visser pursues his quarry with a vengeance, unaware that his beautiful new girlfriend may be the mysterious killer’s next victim. Huub Stapel (THE LIFT) and Monique van de Ven (TURKISH DELIGHT) star in this pulse-pounding thriller written and directed by Dick Maas (SILENT WITNESS), highlighted by an explosive speedboat chase through the city’s narrow canals. Long unavailable on U.S. home video, Blue Underground proudly presents AMSTERDAMNED in a brand-new 2K restoration from the original Dutch negative, approved by Dick Maas!

Alphabet City (1984)

Alphabet City is an American 1984 crime drama film directed by Amos Poe. The story follows a young gangster of Italian descent named Johnny, who has been given control over his own neighborhood by the Mob. Then unknown actors Vincent Spano (as Johnny), Jami Gertz, and Michael Winslow give compelling performances in this low-budget crime/drama/thriller. Acclaimed film and stage actress Zohra Lampert plays Johnny's mother. The film is set in Alphabet City, a part of the East Village in New York City.

Bruce Lee Fights Back from the Grave (1976)

Bruce Lee Fights Back from the Grave, originally released as Visitor of America, is a 1976 Bruceploitation supernatural martial arts movie starring tae kwon do instructor Jun Chong. The film was directed by Lee Doo-yong, though persistent misinformation claims that the movie was directed by Italian horror director Umberto Lenzi. The poster's artwork was very common among exploitation films at the time.

Alfredo, Alfredo (1972)

Alfredo, Alfredo is a 1972 Italian language award winning comedy film directed by Pietro Germi. The film, told mostly in flashback, tells the story of a timid bank clerk (Hoffman) who finds himself swept into dating and marrying a possessive woman (Sandrelli), the stress he endures as her behavior in their marriage becomes increasingly domineering, and the obstacles he faces in leaving her for another more amenable woman (Gravina), in the times when divorce was still illegal in Italy. Dustin Hoffman is dubbed into Italian by Ferruccio Amendola. Completely shot in Ascoli Piceno, Italy.

The Assassination of Trotsky (1972)

The Assassination of Trotsky is a 1972 British film directed by Joseph Losey with a screenplay by Nicholas Mosley. It starred Richard Burton as Leon Trotsky, as well as Romy Schneider and Alain Delon. A few years after release, The Assassination of Trotsky was included as one of the choices in the book The Fifty Worst Films of All Time.

The April Fools (1969)

The April Fools is a 1969 romantic comedy film starring Jack Lemmon and Catherine Deneuve. It was directed by Stuart Rosenberg.

The Astro-Zombies (1968)

The Astro-Zombies ‒ sometimes known as The Astro Zombies (without the hyphenation), Space Zombies and The Space Vampires ‒ is a 1968 science fiction horror film starring John Carradine, Wendell Corey (in his final film appearance) and Tura Satana. It was written, directed and produced by Ted V. Mikels.

Body Slam (1986)

Body Slam is a 1987 American comedy film directed by Hal Needham, starring Dirk Benedict, Roddy Piper, Tanya Roberts, Sam Fatu and Captain Lou Albano. The film revolves around a down-and-out music promoter who inadvertently becomes a successful professional wrestling manager. After being exiled from the business by a rival manager, he finds success in promoting shows that feature both wrestling and rock music. The film features many well-known wrestlers of the time and references the Rock 'n' Wrestling era of professional wrestling. Hal Needham, who had previously directed the successful Smokey and the Bandit films, had arguments with the pair that produced and wrote the film regarding his changes to the script, resulting in lawsuits that delayed the film's release. As a result, the film was never theatrically released and was instead released direct-to-video. It was Needham's final film.

Bomb The System (2002)

Bomb the System is a drama film written and directed by Adam Bhala Lough, which was released to film festivals in 2002 (see 2002 in film) and American theaters in 2005. It revolves around a group of graffiti artists living in New York City who decide to make a mark on the city, and stars Mark Webber, Gano Grills, Jaclyn DeSantis, Jade Yorker, Bönz Malone, Kumar Pallana and Joey SEMZ. Bomb the System was the first major fictional feature film about the subculture of graffiti art since Wild Style was released 1982. Several well-known graffiti artists participated in the making of the film including Lee Quinones, Cope2 and Chino BYI. The film's score and soundtrack were composed by El-P. In January 2004 the film was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature.

Back By Midnight (2004)

Back By Midnight is a 2005 American comedy film starring Rodney Dangerfield, Phil LaMarr, Harland Williams, Randy Quaid, Gilbert Gottfried, and Kirstie Alley. The film was actually produced and completed in 2002. It also features cameo appearances by Dangerfield's real-life friends, Ron Jeremy and Michael Bolton, as well as Louie Anderson.

Bring Me the Head of Mavis Davis (1997)

Bring Me the Head of Mavis Davis is a British comedy film directed by John Henderson, originally released in 1997. The film stars Rik Mayall, Jane Horrocks, Danny Aiello and Ross Boatman. The title and plot reference Peckinpah's Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia. It was entered into the 20th Moscow International Film Festival.

Bloodfist VI: Ground Zero (1995)

Bloodfist VI: Ground Zero is a 1995 action film starring Don Wilson, Marcus Aurelius, Michael Blanks and Anthony Boyer. It was directed by Rick Jacobson and written by Brendan Broderick and Rob Kerchner.

Blue Sky (1994)

Blue Sky is a 1994 American drama film and the last film by veteran filmmaker Tony Richardson. It was adapted by Rama Stagner, Arlene Sarner and Jerry Leichtling. It stars Tommy Lee Jones, Jessica Lange, Powers Boothe, Carrie Snodgress, Amy Locane, Galynn Duggan, and Chris O'Donnell. The original music score was composed by Jack Nitzsche. The film was completed in 1991, but because of the bankruptcy of Orion Pictures, it sat on the shelf until 1994, three years after Richardson's death on November 14, 1991. Despite this, it won critical praise and Lange won the 1994 Academy Award for Best Actress, along with the Golden Globe Award and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association award. The film is based on Rama Stagner-Blum's real life and the relationship between her parents, Clyde and Gloria Lee Moore-Stagner during the 1960s while her father was in the army. They later divorced and Gloria remarried before dying in 1982.

Bloodfist II (1990)

Bloodfist II is a 1990 action/adventure film starring Don "The Dragon" Wilson, Kris Aguilar and Ronald Asinas. It was directed by Andy Blumenthal and written by Catherine Cyran.

Bloodfist IV: Die Trying (1992)

Bloodfist IV: Die Trying is a 1992 action/adventure sequel starring Don "The Dragon" Wilson, Cat Sassoon, Jon Agro, Kale Browne, Gary Daniels, Stephen James Carver and Lenny Citrano. It was directed by Paul Ziller and written by Rob Kerchner and Paul Ziller. It was released direct-to-video in 1992.

Body Rock (1984)

Body Rock is a 1984 film directed by Marcelo Epstein about a young man "from the streets" with a talent for break-dancing. It stars Lorenzo Lamas in the lead role of 'Chilly'. The film featured music by Laura Branigan. The theme was sung by Maria Vidal, which peaked at #48 on the Hot 100, #8 on the US dance charts, and #11 in the UK. Lamas was nominated for Worst Actor at the Golden Raspberry Awards for his performance. He also performed the track "Fools Like Me" which became his only single to date to crack the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In his book The Official Razzie Movie Guide, John J. B. Wilson, founder of the Golden Raspberry Awards, listed the film as one of The 100 Most Enjoyably Bad Movies Ever Made.

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square (1979)

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square is a 1979 British heist film directed by Ralph Thomas, written by Guy Elmes and starring Richard Jordan, Oliver Tobias, and David Niven subtitled "based on one of the biggest robberies in London". The film takes its name from the 1940 published song "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square".

Blazing Stewardesses (1975)

Blazing Stewardesses is a 1975 American sex comedy film, directed by Al Adamson. Its title derives from the 1975 film The Naughty Stewardesses and the 1974 film Blazing Saddles. Producer Sam Sherman intended the film to be a fond throwback to B-pictures of the 1940s, and hired a cast of screen veterans: The Ritz Brothers, Yvonne De Carlo, Don "Red" Barry, and Bob Livingston. Originally, the film was to have starred the then-current incarnation of The Three Stooges, but last surviving original Stooge Moe Howard was too ill to perform, which led to the Ritz Brothers being brought in as replacements for the March 1975 filming; Moe Howard died in early May 1975. There is some "T&A" content (DeCarlo's character runs a brothel) but nothing explicit, and the film mostly resembles a vintage western, complete with dude-ranch setting, outlaw hijackers, stunt riders, masked cowboy hero, and rodeo footage (intercut with shots of Harry and Jimmy Ritz kibbitzing in the stands). Because of the western theme, the working title The Jet Set was changed to Blazing Stewardesses to capitalize on the box-office hit Blazing Saddles. The film was later re-released under at least three alternate titles: Texas Layover, Cathouse Cowgirls, and The Great Truck Robbery.

The Black Gestapo (1975)

The Black Gestapo is a 1975 American nazi-blaxploitation film about a vigilante named General Ahmed, who starts an inner-city "People's Army" to protect the black citizens of Watts. However, when the Army succeeds in chasing the mob out of town, Ahmed is replaced by his colleague Colonel Kojah, who reforms the movement into a fascist criminal organization in order to have complete control over the town. It was written and directed by Lee Frost, and stars Rod Perry, Charles P. Robinson, Phil Hoover, Ed Cross and features a cameo from Russ Meyer regular Uschi Digard. It depicts African-American men dressed as Nazis and contains many scenes of violence (including a castration scene) and soft-core nudity.

Bombay Talkie (1970)

Bombay Talkie is a 1970 film by Merchant Ivory Productions, with a screenplay by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and James Ivory.

The Big Cube (1969)

The Big Cube is a 1969 Warner Bros. thriller directed by Tito Davison and starring Lana Turner, Karin Mossberg, George Chakiris, Daniel O'Herlihy and Richard Egan; it was one of Lana Turner's last movies. It is notable for its aggressive portrayal of LSD use and the 1960s youth counterculture as vicious evils.

Boot Hill (1969)

Boot Hill (Italian: La collina degli stivali) is a 1969 Italian Spaghetti Western film starring Terence Hill and Bud Spencer. This film is the last one in a trilogy that started with God Forgives... I Don't! (1967), followed by Ace High (1968). The film was rereleased as Trinity Rides Again. The title change and rerelease was in order to cash in on the success of They Call Me Trinity (1970) and Trinity Is Still My Name (1971).

Scam (1993)

Scam is a 1993 television film adaptation of crime drama novel by Craig Smith titled Ladystinger. It originally aired on Showtime in May 1993.

Black Legion (1937)

When a hard-working machinist loses a promotion to a Polish-born worker, he is seduced into joining the secretive Black Legion, which intimidates foreigners through violence.

Care Bears Nutcracker Suite (1988)

Care Bears Nutcracker Suite is the third and final television film to feature the Care Bears characters. Produced by the Canadian animation studio Nelvana, it is loosely based on the Nutcracker ballet by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. It was directed by Joseph Sherman and Laura Shepherd, and produced by Nelvana's founders: Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert and Clive A. Smith.

Priest of Evil (2010)

Detective Sergeant Timo Harjunpää of the Helsinki Violent Crimes Unit is an honest and conscientious cop, one of the city's very best, who loses his daughter in tragic circumstances. Despite the support he receives from his colleague, Constable Onerva Nykänen, Timo is unable to recover from his loss. He takes on a case involving strange deaths at Helsinki's metro stations, eventually determining them to be serial killings. But the closer he seems to get to the killer, the elusive killer is actually getting closer to him. Timo must find the murderer, and as he tracks him down, he encounters an overwhelming darkness within himself. Starring Peter Franzén (True Blood) and Irina Björklund (The American), Priest Of Evil is a riveting psychological thriller where nothing is as it seems and trusting the wrong intuition could get you killed.

The Road to Armageddon: A Spiritual Documentary (2012)

The Road to Armageddon: A Spiritual Documentary examines the universal concept of the Apocalypse on an intensely personal and spiritual level, not as the end of the world but as the end of you: your body, your mind and, if you're not careful, your soul. The film puts the viewer on the front lines of the eternal battle between good and evil, combining academic interviews with firsthand accounts of divine revelation to bring fresh urgency to the teachings of the world's major religions. Buddhist, Jew, Muslim, Hindi or Christian, the message is the same: spread love, reject hate, walk in the light, avoid the dark, listen to the angels, ignore the demons. The simplest choices you'll ever make lead to the hardest path you'll ever walk...

Mysteries of Angels and Demons (2009)

Many believe there are up to 10 different planes of existence unseen, unknown, unheard of by humans. ANGELS AND DEMONS explores the shadowy secrets and shocking powers that influence our thoughts and actions; some devine, some demonic. Biblical scholars and paranormal researchers delve into the unseen worlds that surround us. Prepare to be amazed by actual events and occurrences that have changed lives and inspired individuals to tell their stories for the very first time. Are we every really alone?

Titanic: 100 Years On (2012)

The "unsinkable" floating palace set sail from Southampton on 10th April 1912 on her maiden voyage to New York. An iceberg ended this monumental journey 5 days later. Only 705 of the passengers and crew survived. This program features an exclusive look at the Sea City Museum Titanic Exhibit in Southampton, interviews from both survivors and the cast of the blockbuster film.

Brooklyn Girls Fight Club (2013)

In Brooklyn's Brownsville, people gather in a windowless garage to watch women fight in underground fighting rings.

Zhong Hua jing hua (1992)

A trio of female crime fighters battles drug dealers around the world.

The Killing Grounds (1997)

After the fatal crash of a small airplane in the high Sierras, six greedy strangers clash over a fortune in stolen gold.

Ridge War Z (2013)

The last three survivors of the worst battle of the great zombie war recount their horrific memories to an author who is writing a book about their experiences.

Foolish (1999)

Foolish is a 1999 comedy drama film directed by Dave Meyers and starring Master P and Eddie Griffin. It was No Limit Films second theatrical release after I Got the Hook Up.

Fists of Legend (2013)

Three old friends and rivals are invited to take part in a hit TV show in which past-their-prime fighters do battle for redemption and ratings gold.

Fatal Desire (2003)

This made-for-television thriller was directed by Ralph Hemecker and was produced by Lifetime Television. The cast includes: Anne Heche, Eric Roberts, Kathleen York, Melyssa Ade and James Edward Campbell. The movie was originally written by Mark Morris and Paul Janczewski and appeared in novel form. It was based on the true life actions of Sharee Miller.

Force (2011)

Force is a 2011 Indian Hindi action thriller film directed by Nishikant Kamat, starring John Abraham, Genelia D'Souza and the debutant Vidyut Jammwal. It is a remake of Gautham Menon's successful 2003 Tamil film, Kaakha Kaakha Starring Suriya and Jyothika in lead and is about a dutiful cop who chases the capture of a dreaded gangster. The film released on 30 September 2011, and received mostly positive reviews upon release,. John Abraham's performance was also praised by public and critics. Its sequel Force 2 has been released in 2016, making it the first installment of Force .

Five on the Black Hand Side (1973)

Five on the Black Hand Side is a 1973 comedy film based on the play by Charlie L. Russell. It was shot in Los Angeles, California. Leonard Jackson appeared as John Henry Brooks. He was cast in Steven Spielberg's The Color Purple fifteen years later. Tagline: "You've been coffy-tized, blacula-rized and super-flied - but now you're gonna be glorified, unified and filled-with-pride... when you see Five on the Black Hand Side."

Final Approach (1991)

Final Approach is a thriller movie released in 1991. The SR-71 Blackbird spy plane is featured in the film. Final Approach was the first film to be originally recorded, mixed and mastered in pure digital sound.

Fortress of Amerikkka (1989)

Fortress of Amerikkka is a 1989 action film directed by Eric Louzil and distributed by Troma Entertainment. The movie follows John Whitecloud, a criminal rebel who's out for revenge against a corrupt Sheriff and a militia run by a crazed General. It is often cited by Troma fans as one of the company's worst films. The director, Eric Louzil, later went on to direct both sequels to Troma's Class of Nuke 'Em High.

Virus (1999)

Jamie Lee Curtis (Halloween, True Lies) faces a new, unstoppable terror in this science fiction chiller from the producer of Aliens, Terminator 2 and Tremors. Curtis plays the navigator of a tugboat crew which loses its cargo during a hurricane. In the calm eye of the storm, they come across a Russian research ship floating dead on the water. Boarding the vessel, they initially believe it to be deserted - but they soon realize they're not alone. First, they discover a terrified survivor (Joanna Pacula, Tombstone), and then they find that the ship has been taken over by a ruthless alien intelligence. Now, the small band must fight for their lives against a force that has come to claim Earth for its own, and creates bio-mechanical monstrosities with one goal: eliminating the virus called humans.

The Final Comedown (1972)

The Final Comedown is a 1972 blaxploitation drama film written, produced and directed by Oscar Williams and starring Billy Dee Williams and D'Urville Martin. The film is an examination of racism in the United States and depicts a shootout between a radical black nationalist group and the police, with the backstory leading up to the shootout told through flashbacks. The radical group is not identified by name in the film but closely resembles the Black Panther Party. The film was recut and re-released in 1976 under the title Blast! The new version, which credited "Frank Arthur Wilson" as the director, featured additional footage directed by Allan Arkush. The original version has had several releases on DVD from various budget-line DVD manufacturers.

Grace (2014)

Grace stylized Grace. is a 2014 U.S. drama film directed by Heath Jones and written by Cindy Joy Goggins and Jones, starring Annika Marks, Sharon Lawrence, Chase Mowen and Cindy Joy Goggins. It is produced by Sylvia Caminer and was first released at the Nashville Film Festival on 18 April 2014.

Genesis (1998)

Traumatized by his wife's death, a sculptor creates a clay statue in her memory; when he is finished, it begins to bleed through cracks in the clay while his flesh crumbles away.

A Gunfight (1971)

A Gunfight is a Western movie from 1971 directed by Lamont Johnson, starring Kirk Douglas and Johnny Cash. The film was financed by the Jicarilla Apache Tribe, although there are no leading Native American characters in the story.

The Gnome-Mobile (1967)

The Gnome-Mobile is a 1967 Walt Disney Productions comedy-fantasy film directed by Robert Stevenson. It was one of the last films personally produced by Walt Disney. It was based on a 1936 book by Upton Sinclair titled The Gnomobile. Walter Brennan gives a double performance as D.J. Mulrooney, the kind-hearted lumber tycoon of Irish descent; and as the irascible 943-year-old gnome Knobby. The children, Elizabeth and Rodney, were played by Karen Dotrice and Matthew Garber, familiar from their roles as Jane and Michael Banks in Mary Poppins. Tom Lowell who plays the young gnome Jasper in this movie, also appeared in the 1965 Disney film That Darn Cat! as Canoe, the befuddled surfer boyfriend of Hayley Mills. The Gnome-Mobile was both Matthew Garber and Ed Wynn's last movie role. Wynn died of throat cancer before the movie was released and Garber died ten years later, having contracted hepatitis while visiting India. Richard and Robert Sherman contributed the song "Gnome Mobile." The Gnome-Mobile was re-released theatrically on November 5, 1976.

The Gatling Gun (1971)

The Gatling Gun originally titled King Gun is a Western shot in 1969 in New Mexico that features then New Mexico Governor David Cargo in a small role. The final film of director Robert Gordon, was not released until 1971.

Veronika Voss (1982)

Veronika Voss (German: Die Sehnsucht der Veronika Voss, "The Longing of Veronika Voss") is a black-and-white 1982 film directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. This, Fassbinder's penultimate film, is the second film of his BRD Trilogy, coming between The Marriage of Maria Braun and Lola. It is also the last film released during Fassbinder's lifetime.