Trust During a Zombie Apocalypse (2014)

Die Zwei vom Südexpress (1932)

Anbu (1953)

Anbu (English: Kindness) is a 1953 Tamil language film starring Sivaji Ganesan, Padmini and T. R. Rajakumari in the lead roles.

The Prince and the Pauper (1978)

Helter Swelter (1950)

Joan Armatrading: All the Way from America (2004)

Anak Ng Bulkan (1959)

Nunsense Jamboree (1998)

De/Vision - Pictures Of The Past (2004)

The Mona Lisa Curse (2008)

Infanzia, vocazione e prime esperienze di Giacomo Casanova, veneziano (1969)

Infanzia, vocazione e prime esperienze di Giacomo Casanova, veneziano (literally Childhood, Vocation, and First Experience of Giacomo Casanova, Venetian, internationally released as Giacomo Casanova: Childhood and Adolescence and Casanova: His Youthful Years) is a 1969 Italian comedy film directed by Luigi Comencini. It tells of the youth named Casanova, who, after an unhappy childhood and early ecclesiastical activity in Venice, became an abbot and abandoned his vocation for the love of a countess. Despite the plot, more than a portrait of Casanova, the film wants to be a vivid fresco of the Venetian society of the time.

33 (2004)

Carnal Awakenings (2013)

Vampire of Quezon City (2006)

Der Doppelgänger (2010)

Formalin Man (2004)

Lucas, the Ear of Corn (1977)

Bolívar, a Tropical Symphony (1981)

L'unica legge in cui credo (1976)

A Bloody Fight (1988)

Long hu zhi duo xing (1988)

Dreamland (2009)

Dreamland (Icelandic: Draumalandið) is a 2009 Icelandic documentary film about politics, environmental preservation and damming, focusing on the Kárahnjúkar Hydropower Plant and its environmental impact. The movie is based on the book Dreamland: A Self-Help Manual for a Frightened Nation by Andri Snær Magnason. The film's soundtrack is composed by Valgeir Sigurðsson.

Mony a Pickle (1938)

Karik and Valya's Remarkable Adventures (1987)

Walter Finds a Father (1921)

All for Money (1923)

All for Money (German:Alles für Geld) is a 1923 German silent film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Emil Jannings, Hermann Thimig and Dagny Servaes. The film's sets were designed by the art director Kurt Richter.

Todas me aman a mí (2012)

On vous parle de Prague: Le deuxième procès d'Artur London (1971)

The Song of Night (1932)

The Song of Night (German: Das Lied einer Nacht) is a 1932 German musical comedy film directed by Anatole Litvak and starring Jan Kiepura, Magda Schneider and Fritz Schulz. It was made at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by Werner Schlichting. A separate English-language version Tell Me Tonight was made, also directed by Litvak.

Charlotte: A Royal at War (2008)

Meloetta's Moonlight Serenade (2012)

Skullduggery (1962)

Stars (1959)

Stars (German: Sterne) is a 1959 film directed by Konrad Wolf. It tells the story of a Nazi officer who falls in love with a Greek Jewish girl while escorting Jewish prisoners through Bulgaria to a concentration camp. The film won the Special Jury Prize at the 1959 Cannes Film Festival.

In the Land of the Gold Mines (1908)

July 14 (1933)

Bastille Day or July 14 (French: Quatorze Juillet) is a 1933 French romantic comedy film directed by René Clair and starring Annabella, George Rigaud and Raymond Cordy. It was made at the Epinay Studios by the French subsidiary of the German company Tobis. The film's art direction was by Lazare Meerson.

Adultery Italian Style (1966)

Adultery Italian Style (Italian: Adulterio all'italiana) is a 1966 Italian comedy film written and directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile.

Once It Started It Could Not End Otherwise (2011)

Justine Clarke: Songs to Make You Smile (2008)

Love on the Wing (1939)

The Coin Bearer (2012)

Smekh v temnote (2011)

Das Schweigen des Dichters (1987)

Billy Connolly Live at the Odeon Hammersmith London (1991)

Evil Demon Golf Ball from Hell (1996)

Monrak roi lan (2004)

Olive Oyl and Water Don't Mix (1942)

Hrafnhildur- heimildarmynd um kynleiðréttingu (2012)

Dirty World (1978)

Oh Pain, Little Pain, Pain (1953)

Pain or Oh Pain, Little Pain, Pain (Spanish: ¡Ay, pena, penita, pena!) is a 1953 Mexican-Spanish musical comedy film directed by Miguel Morayta and starring Lola Flores, Luis Aguilar and Antonio Badú.

A sírásó (2010)

El virus del poder (1988)

The Voice Inside (2001)

A Morte Comanda o Cangaço (1960)

A Morte Comanda o Cangaço is a 1960 Brazilian Western action film directed by Carlos Coimbra and Walter Guimarães Motta. Shot in Pernambuco, it stars Alberto Ruschel, Aurora Duarte, and Milton Ribeiro in a fiction about cangaço. It was entered into the 11th Berlin International Film Festival. The film was also selected as the Brazilian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 33rd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

L'épouvante (1911)

Red Bull Ultra Natural (2013)

Single Man (2010)

Gordos e Magros (1976)

Jag stannar tiden (2014)

Tokolosh (2011)

Steel Viper Force: Rise of Fiero (2011)

King of the Congo (1952)

King of the Congo was the 48th serial released by Columbia Pictures. It was based on the comic book character "Thun'da", created by Frank Frazetta.

Enxaneta (2012)

Face to Panty Ratio (2011)

Jungle Raiders (1945)

Jungle Raiders (1945) is a Columbia film serial.

The Crime of Doctor Hallet (1938)

The Crime of Dr. Hallet is a 1938 American drama film, directed by S. Sylvan Simon for Universal Pictures. It stars Ralph Bellamy, Josephine Hutchinson, and William Gargan.

Brasília, Contradições de uma Cidade (1968)

Frankie Boyle Live 2: If I Could Reach Out Through Your TV and Strangle You I Would (2010)

Zeynep'in Sekiz Günü (2007)

Zeynep's Eight Days (Turkish: Zeynep'in Sekiz Günü) is a 2007 Turkish drama film, written and directed by Cemal Şan, starring Fadik Sevin Atasoy as an isolated woman searching for a stranger she fell in love with at a party. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 30, 2007 (2007-11-30), was shown in competition at the 44th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival (October 19–28, 2007). It is the first part of a trilogy of films which includes Dilber's Eight Days (2008) and Ali's Eight Days (2009).

Season of the Troll (2001)

La settima tomba (1965)

The Seventh Grave (Italian: La settima tomba) is a 1965 Italian horror film directed by Garibaldi Serra Caracciolo.

Razor in the Flesh (1997)

Room Runners (1932)

I'm Going to Change My Name (2012)

Sewing Circle (1992)

Jack's Not Sick Anymore (2013)

Walter Tells the Tale (1926)

Distant Lights (1987)

Distant Lights (Italian: Luci lontane) is a 1987 Italian science fiction-thriller film written and directed by Aurelio Chiesa. It is based on the Giuseppe Pederiali's novel Venivano dalle stelle (They came from the stars).

Anything For Money (1967)

Polar Pest (1958)

One Last Joke (2014)

Ich und die Kaiserin (1933)

The Empress and I (German: Ich und die Kaiserin) is a 1933 German musical comedy film directed by Friedrich Hollaender and starring Lilian Harvey, Mady Christians and Conrad Veidt. It is also known by the alternative title of The Only Girl. The film was produced as a multi-language version. Moi et l'impératrice a separate French-language version was released as well as The Only Girl in English. The multilingual Harvey played the same role in all three films. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Robert Herlth and Walter Röhrig. It was made by Erich Pommer's production unit at UFA, several of whom left the country after the film's release due to the Nazi Party's assumption of power.

Winter Draws On (1948)

Vesuvius (2012)

Where the Pavement Ends (1923)

Where the Pavement Ends is a 1923 American silent South Seas romance drama film directed by Rex Ingram on location in Cuba and starring his wife Alice Terry and Ramón Novarro as inter-ethnic lovers. The film was produced and distributed by Metro Pictures. It is now considered to be a lost film. Shooting began in September 1922, at Hialeah Studios in Miami, Florida, yet another source says the film was shot in Coconut Grove, Florida.

Loose in a Caboose (1946)

Ang paghihintay sa bulong (2012)

En herre med bart (1942)

En herre med bart (English: A gentleman with a moustache) is a 1944 Norwegian comedy film directed by Alfred Maurstad, based on a play by Finn Bø, and starring Per Aabel and Wenche Foss. Attorney Ole Grong (Aabel) and his wife Cecilie (Foss) are having marital difficulties. After they decide on a divorce, the both go away to recuperate, and when they happen to check in at the same hotel, complications ensue.

Song of Victory (1942)

Lights Fantastic (1942)

White Balance (2003)

An Airman's Letter to His Mother (1941)

An Airman's Letter to His Mother (1941) is a documentary-style British propaganda short film based on an actual letter from a British bomber pilot to his mother published in The Times in June 1940. Subsequently, the letter was published as a pamphlet and received wide distribution in the UK. "The letter in question had touched a nation's heart and made a popular film subject." In 1941, Michael Powell directed An Airman's Letter to His Mother, based on a dramatization of the letter, and narrated by John Gielgud.

Tick Tock (2011)

Mr. Plastimime (2014)

Ang bagong dugo (2014)

The Tulips (1907)

Birdon (2004)

One Terrible Day (1922)

One Terrible Day is a 1922 American silent short film, the first entry in Hal Roach's Our Gang (Little Rascals) series to be released. Directed by Robert F. McGowan and Tom McNamara, the two-reel short was released to theaters on September 10, 1922 by Pathé. This was the first Our Gang comedy to be released, although the fourth to be produced. The gang’s leading lady in this film is Peggy Cartwright, who makes only a brief appearance in the company of an unnamed character at the country estate. Allen Hoskins’s character in this early short is female. His character will not start taking on male characteristics until the 1923 short, The Champeen, when he dresses like a boy for the first time. This is very similar to what happened with the Buckwheat character years later. When the television rights for the original silent Pathé Our Gang comedies were sold to National Telepix and other distributors, several of the films were released into television syndication and retitled. In 1960 the collective title Our Gang was changed to Mischief Makers: One Terrible Day was changed to The Outing. Two-thirds of the original footage from the film was included. Most of the original inter-titles were also cut and later replaced. The film, having been produced prior to 1923, and never having the copyright renewed, is in the public domain. However, the "Mischief Makers" additions to the film were copyrighted in 1960.

Soda Squirt (1933)

Nietzsche and the Nazis (2006)

Dunces and Dangers (1918)

Dunces and Dangers is a 1918 American film directed by Larry Semon.