The Vanished World of Gloves (1982)
Polar Flight (2013)
The Beloved (2007)
Screen Play (1992)
I'm on My Way (1919)
I'm on My Way is a 1919 short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. A print of the film survives in the film archive of the Museum of Modern Art.
Den frusna leoparden (1986)
Rika barn leka bäst (1997)
Mickey Plays Papa (1934)
Toil and Tyranny (1915)
The Temple of Moloch (1914)
The Hideaway (1991)
Stiffy is a 2005 short film directed by Jacqueline Wright and written by and starring Alice Lowe. It also stars Steve Oram and James Bachman. Stiffy subverts the taboo of necrophilia by depicting a hospital orderly falling in love with a corpse and then courting it with old-fashioned romance.
Tight Skin 2 (1987)
How Do I Know It's Sunday (1934)
Lude godine (1981)
Full House (1952)
Killer Bees (2008)
Deadly black bees threaten to wipe out an entire city. With venom three times as deadly as an Africanized bee one sting is a guaranteed death sentence. Scientists are working quickly to create an antidote, but time is running out and an attack by a massive swarm of the deadly bees is imminent.
Lighthouse Keeping (1946)
Who Killed Mrs De Ropp? (2007)
The Flame Fighter (1925)
Dumm gelaufen (1997)
Lunnaya raduga (1983)
Moon Rainbow is a 1983 Soviet science fiction film directed by Vladimir Karpichev and Andrei Yermash based on the novel of the same name by Sergei Pavlov about a person gaining inexplicable extrasensory properties in the process of space exploration.
Pól serio (2001)
The Fox and the Grapes (1941)
Calling Dr. Porky (1940)
Os Três Mosqueteiros Trapalhões (1980)
Rich Men's Wives (1922)
The Erotic Diary of Misty Mundae (2004)
Rasmines bryllup (1935)
The Star Boarder (1919)
The Star Boarder is a 1919 American silent comedy short written and directed by and starring Larry Semon. The film also stars Lucille Carlisle, and features Norma Shearer in an uncredited role as a beauty pageant contestant.
Domino Kid (1957)
To mistenkelige personer (1950)
Bliss is a 1917 American short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. The film was thought lost until a copy was discovered in 1978 in Dawson City, Yukon, Canada.
Tomorrow's Drivers (1954)
Fist of Unicorn (1973)
Fist of Unicorn is 1973 Hong Kong martial art movie, starring Unicorn Chan. Аction and fight scenes was directed and choreographed by Bruce Lee.
The Itchy Palm (1960)
The Ol' Swimmin' Hole (1928)
Daylight Robbery (1964)
Au loin des villages (2008)
See You in Hell, Friends (1970)
Cartola, the Samba Legend (2007)
The Kidnapping of Miss Nylon (1959)
L'acadie, l'Acadie (1971)
Roland Hassel polis - Terrorns finger (1989)
17 Year Olds Don't Cry (1960)
Beast at Bay (1959)
Der Page vom Palast-Hotel (1958)
The Golden Patsy (1963)
Poop Deck Pirate (1961)
Fridolf Sticker Opp! (1958)
Kamiondzije opet voze (1984)
Poison at 2:30 (1959)
Max Wants a Divorce (1917)
Max Wants a Divorce is a 1917 American short film directed by Max Linder.
The Sculptor's Nightmare (1908)
Freske fraspark (1963)
Das Dorf ohne Moral (1960)
How a Mosquito Operates (1912)
How a Mosquito Operates is a 1912 silent animated film by American cartoonist Winsor McCay. The six-minute short depicts a giant mosquito tormenting a sleeping man. The film is one of the earliest works of animation, and its technical quality is considered far ahead of its contemporaries. It is also known under the titles The Story of a Mosquito and Winsor McCay and his Jersey Skeeters.
O Trapalhão e a Luz Azul (1999)
A Man Wants to Get to Germany (1934)
Familie Schimek (1935)
Dadah Is Death (1988)
Dadah Is Death is a 1988 Australian film based on the Barlow and Chambers execution in Malaysia in 1986.
It was a 2-part mini series running 2 hours per part.
Guilty Trails (1938)
Guilty Trails is a 1938 American Western film written and directed by George Waggner. The film stars Bob Baker, Marjorie Reynolds, Wally Wales, Georgia O'Dell, Jack Rockwell and Carleton Young. The film was released on October 21, 1938, by Universal Pictures.
The Banquet (2006)
The Banquet, released on DVD in the United States as Legend of the Black Scorpion, is a 2006 Chinese wuxia drama film. The film was directed by Feng Xiaogang and stars Zhang Ziyi, Ge You, Daniel Wu and Zhou Xun. It is a loose adaption of William Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet and Henrik Ibsen's play Ghosts, featuring themes of revenge and fate. It is set in the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period in 10th century China.
The Happy Cricket and the Giant Bugs (2009)
The Happy Cricket and the Giant Bugs (Portuguese: O Grilo Feliz e os Insetos Gigantes) is a 2009 Brazilian computer-animated children's fantasy film directed by Walbercy Ribas and Rafael Ribas and produced by Start Desenhos Animados. The film is the sequel of The Happy Cricket, released in 2001.
The Happy Cricket and the Giant Bugs was nominated for best movie in the 2009 Chicago International Children's Film Festival." In 2010, the film won the Academia Brasileira de Cinema's prize for best animation and best children's feature film.
Gun Law Justice (1949)
Gun Law Justice is a 1949 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by Basil Dickey. The film stars Jimmy Wakely, Dub Taylor, Poni Adams, Lee Phelps, John James and I. Stanford Jolley. The film was released on March 13, 1949, by Monogram Pictures.
Desperate Escape (2008)
Bill (William Gregory Lee) and Matt (Scott Miles) go on a fishing trip in Virginia's Great Dismal Swamp and cross paths with a reclusive survivalist, Croaker Norge (Richard Riehle), who takes offense to the duo's presence.
After a football-pro-turned-actor (John West) returns home to Atlanta for relaxation, he throws a barbecue for his friends that gets out of control.
A Touch of Zen (1971)
A Touch of Zen is a 1971 wuxia film co-edited, written, and directed by King Hu. The film won Technical Grand Prize award at the 1975 Cannes Film Festival.
The Masked Prosecutor (1999)
The Masked Prosecutor is a 1999 Hong Kong action film directed by Herman Yau and starring Louis Koo, Blackie Ko and Jordan Chan. Koo plays the title character, a vigilante who punishes criminals who escapes from justice.
Faith in the Big House (2015)
As part of their rehabilitation, Louisiana inmates spend three days at an evangelical Christian prison retreat.
Rising Damp (1980)
Rising Damp is a 1980 comedy film based on the British situation comedy Rising Damp, which aired on ITV from 1974 to 1978. The television series was, in turn, adapted from Eric Chappell's stage play The Banana Box. Chappell adapted the play to television, and wrote the screenplay for this feature film. The film's director was Joseph McGrath.
Leonard Rossiter plays Rupert Rigsby, the middle-aged landlord of a decrepit townhouse. Rigsby has fallen for his only female tenant, Ruth Jones (Frances de la Tour). Ruth, however, prefers Philip, who is much younger, more attractive, and more sophisticated than either Rigsby or her. Philip (Don Warrington) is not especially interested in Ruth, but he eggs Rigsby on in order to humiliate him.
In adapting the television series to film, the setting was changed from Yorkshire to inner-city London.
For her performance as Ruth Jones, Frances da la Tour received an Evening Standard British Film Award in the category of "Best Actress".
The Facts of Love (1945)
29 Acacia Avenue is a play by Denis and Mabel Constanduros, and also its 1945 British comedy-drama film adaptation, directed by Henry Cass and released in the U.S. as The Facts of Love.
Son of Ingagi (1940)
Son of Ingagi is a 1940 American film directed by Richard C. Kahn. It was the first science fiction-horror film to feature an all-black cast. It was written by Spencer Williams based on his own short story, House of Horror. Although the film's title appears to suggest that it is a sequel to the 1930 movie Ingagi, it is not. (The latter is an exploitation film in the guise of an ethnographic film in which purported African women are given over to gorillas as sex slaves.)
Son of Ingagi is about Elanor and Bob Lindsay inheriting the house of doctor Helen Jackson who had just returned from her trip to Africa. Jackson also had returned with a missing link monster named N'Gina as well as African gold. When N'Gina drinks the doctor's potion, it puts him into a rage that makes him murder Dr.Jackson. The Lindsay family inherits Jackson's house where they soon find the presence of the monster.
Old Mother Riley M.P. (1940)
Old Mother Riley, MP is a 1939 British comedy film starring Arthur Lucan and Kitty McShane, which forms part of the Old Mother Riley series of films. The films plot centres on Old Mother Riley standing for election to the House of Commons.
The Verne Miller Story (1988)
Former South Dakota sheriff Verne Miller's (Scott Glenn) moll (Barbara Stock) tells how he came to work for Al Capone (Thomas G. Waites).
Men chase baseball dreams outside of Wrigley field.
They Knew Mr. Knight (1946)
Life is pleasant if dull in the Blake household except that Mr Blake is worrying himself about his business. An elderly financier does them a good turn by lending him money, and the family prospers. All is well until it is discovered that the old man, Mr Knight, is a crook who has gained his money via some rather dubious methods. Starring Mervyn Johns, Joan Greenwood and Alfred Drayton.
The Wind Is My Lover (1949)
Singoalla is a 1949 Swedish-French film directed by Christian-Jaque, starring Viveca Lindfors and Alf Kjellin. It is a visually stunning film with a haunting score, based on the romantic novel The Wind Is My Lover by Viktor Rydberg. The story is based on a medieval legend of the love between a gypsy and a nobleman. It was produced in three language versions: Swedish, French, and English. The Swedish and French versions were entitled Singoalla. The English version had three titles: Gypsy Fury (USA), The Wind is My Lover (UK), and The Mask and the Sword (UK). The Swedish and English versions starred Alf Kjellin as the nobleman, but the French version starred Michel Auclair. All three versions were edited separately – even scoring is slightly different. The Swedish and French run over 100 minutes, the English only 63 minutes.
La Métamorphose des cloportes is a 1965 French and Italian crime film comedy directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre.
Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation (1986)
Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation is a 1986 Canadian-American animated fantasy film produced by LBS Communications and Nelvana. The third animated feature from Nelvana, it was directed by Dale Schott, written by Peter Sauder and produced by Nelvana's three founders. It stars the voices of Alyson Court, Cree Summer, Maxine Miller and Hadley Kay. In the second film based on the Care Bears franchise, a character called The Great Wishing Star tells the origins of the Care Bears, and the story of their first Caring Mission. True Heart Bear and Noble Heart Horse lead the other Care Bears and Care Bear Cousins, as they come to the aid of Christy, a young orphan camper who is tempted by an evil shape-shifting figure named Dark Heart. This is also the first appearance of the Care Bear Cubs, who also had their own line of toys.
Qué le dijiste a Dios? (2014)
Unforgettable songs by Mexico’s beloved Juan Gabriel highlight this irresistible musical comedy featuring screen heartthrob Mark Tacher. After their snobby boss Marcela forbids them from attending a wedding in town, housekeepers Martina and Lupita decide to "borrow" Marcela’s clothes and go anyway! With Marcela and her friend Marifer in hot pursuit, the two maids begin a laugh-filled journey in the name of love—one that forever changes the lives of all four women.
Love in Morocco (1933)
Baroud is a 1932 British-French adventure film directed by Rex Ingram and Alice Terry and starring Felipe Montes, Rosita Garcia, and Pierre Batcheff. Actor Paul Henreid debuted in a small role. The film was released in separate French and English-language versions, the latter sometimes known by the title Love in Morocco.
It was the final film of Ingram, a leading Hollywood director of the silent era. The title is the Berber word for war.
Deadliest Catch: Legend of the Northwestern (2014)
La Cenerentola (2014)
Cy Warrior (1989)
Why Sailors Leave Home (1931)
Why Sailors Leave Home is a 1930 British comedy film directed by Monty Banks and starring Leslie Fuller, Peter Bernard and Eve Gray. A British sailor on shore leave in the Middle East ends up being mistaken for a Sheikh.
The Pandas (2013)
Payyans is a 2011 Indian Malayalam family-drama film written and directed by Leo Thaddeus.
It stars Jayasurya, Rohini, Anjali, Lalu Alex and Lal. The film's score was composed by Rahul Raj whilst the songs were by Alphons Joseph. It narrates the story of a reckless youth who is forced to act his age and take responsibility for his actions.
Inside Jaguar: Making a Million Pound Car (2015)
Intentions of Murder (1964)
Sadako (Masumi Harukawa), cursed by generations before her and neglected by her common-law husband, falls prey to a brutal home intruder. But rather than become a victim, she forges a path to her own awakening. This disturbing and pitiless evocation of domestic drudgery and sexual violence is also a fascinating, unsentimental account of one woman’s determination. Filled with director Shohei Imamura’s characteristic flashbacks and dream sequences, Intentions of Murder is a gripping, audacious portrait of a woman coming into her own in a man’s world.
Charly & Steffen (1979)
Strike First Freddy (1965)
Strike First Freddy (Danish: Slå først Frede!) is a 1965 Danish spy comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Morten Grunwald. It was followed by the sequel Relax Freddie (1966).
Het leven volgens Nino (2014)