Daylight Saga (2012)

Cannibals (1989)

Little Playdates: Little Friends (2005)

Red Bull Project X (2010)

One Piece Episode of Luffy: Hand Island Adventure (2012)

Psychedelic Sex Kicks (1967)

The Erotic Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1976)

Hornblower: Duty (2003)

Fear of Disclosure (1989)

Mars - The Quest for Life (2008)

Midnight in a Toy Shop (1930)

Midnight in a Toy Shop is a 1930 Silly Symphonies animated film directed by Wilfred Jackson and produced by Walt Disney Productions.

Drum Struck (1992)

A Day Off (1968)

Gospel Road: A Story of Jesus (1973)

Gospel Road: A Story of Jesus is a 1973 American drama film directed by Robert Elfstrom and written by Johnny Cash and Larry Murray. The film stars Johnny Cash, Robert Elfstrom, June Carter Cash, Larry Lee, Paul L. Smith and Alan Dater. The film was released on March 31, 1973, by 20th Century Fox.

Black Tar Heroin: The Dark End of the Street (2000)

Black Tar Heroin: The Dark End of the Street is a 1999 documentary directed by Steven Okazaki. Filmed from 1995 to 1998 in the Tenderloin, San Francisco, California, the documentary describes the lives of heroin addicts.

A Skin, A Night (2008)

A Skin, A Night is a 2008 documentary film featuring the American indie rock band The National. The film is directed by Vincent Moon, and was released simultaneously with the band's compilation The Virginia EP on May 20, 2008. The film documents the recording process of the band's fourth studio album, Boxer (2007).

Intimidades de una Cualquiera (1972)

Intimacies of a Prostitute (Spanish: Intimidades de una cualquiera) is a 1974 Argentine sexploitation drama film directed by Armando Bo and starring Isabel Sarli, Jorge Barreiro, and Sabina Olmos. Various dates of the release have been given, some as early as 1971 or 1972.

The Girl With Hungry Eyes (1966)

The Girl with the Hungry Eyes is a 1967 film written and directed by William Rotsler.

Mark Zuckerberg: Inside Facebook (2011)

Golden Night (1976)

Golden Night (French: Nuit d'or, German: Die Nacht aus Gold) is a 1976 French drama film directed by Serge Moati and starring Klaus Kinski.

Stille Nacht I (1988)

Bare with Me (1964)

Homeless Hare (1950)

Homeless Hare is a Merrie Melodies cartoon short starring Bugs Bunny, directed by Chuck Jones and released by Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc. in 1950 and reissued in 1961 with the Blue Ribbon logo.

Moment of Truth: Into the Arms of Danger (1997)

Eclipse of the Sun (1943)

Eclipse of the Sun (Spanish:Eclipse de sol) is a 1943 Argentine film directed by Luis Saslavsky.

Rabbit Rampage (1955)

Rabbit Rampage is a 1955 Bugs Bunny animated cartoon, directed by Chuck Jones and produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons, which originally debuted on June 11, 1955. It is a spiritual successor (as well as a sequel) to Duck Amuck, in which Daffy Duck was teased by an off-screen animator, revealed at the end to be Bugs Bunny. In Rabbit Rampage, Bugs is similarly teased by another off-screen animator who is revealed to be Elmer Fudd. The cartoon inspired a 1993 video game for the Super NES, Bugs Bunny Rabbit Rampage, which allows the player to control Bugs, following a similar plot. A few clips from this short were shown in a trailer for the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1 DVD set (seen on the Looney Tunes: Back in Action DVD), but was not included as part of that set. The complete short was released on the Volume 6 set of the series as a "bonus" cartoon.

Ambitions (2014)

Life's Whirlpool (1916)

McTeague (also known as Life's Whirlpool) is a 1916 American silent film drama directed by Barry O'Neil. The first motion picture adaptation of Frank Norris's 1899 novel McTeague, the film stars Holbrook Blinn and Fania Marinoff as McTeague and Trina. These roles were later played by Gibson Gowland and Zasu Pitts in Eric von Stroheim's 1924 adaptation of the novel, Greed. Blinn was already famous for playing brutal characters on the stage, as in the Edward Sheldon play, Salvation Nell (1908). The film is now considered a lost film.

Goodbye, Gyulsary! (1969)

Prescott Kid (1934)

The Prescott Kid is a 1934 American western film directed by David Selman, from an original screenplay by Ford Beebe, which stars Tim McCoy, Sheila Mannors, and Joseph Sauers. The picture was released on November , 1934. The screenplay was based on a short story, "Wolves of Catclaw", by Claude Rister which had appeared in the November 1933 issue of Rangeland Love Magazine.

Sing Another Chorus (1941)

Sing Another Chorus is a 1941 American film starring Jane Frazee.

Laughing Irish Eyes (1936)

Laughing Irish Eyes is a 1936 American comedy film directed by Joseph Santley and written by Olive Cooper, Ben Ryan and Stanley Rauh. The film stars Phil Regan, Walter C. Kelly, Evalyn Knapp, Ray Walker, Mary Gordon and Warren Hymer. The film was released on March 4, 1936, by Republic Pictures.

Il ladro di Venezia (1950)

The Thief of Venice or Il Ladro di Venezia is a 1950 Italian film directed by John Brahm. The US title was "The Thief of Venice". It was released in the US two years after being made.

Detective Lloyd (1932)

Detective Lloyd (1932) is a Universal, 12-chapter movie serial. A co-production between the American company Universal and the British company General Films, it was filmed entirely in Britain with British and Commonwealth actors. It was the only sound serial ever produced in England. Although a print was shown on British TV as recently as the 1970s, the film is now considered lost. It was also known by the titles Lloyd of the C.I.D. and In the Hands of the Hinfu. Detective Lloyd battled a villain known as the Panther in this serial. Material from the serial was edited into a movie called The Green Spot Mystery (1932), which is also a lost film. Detective Lloyd is on the British Film Institute's BFI 75 Most Wanted list of lost films.

White Mountains (1966)

Minions: The Competition (2015)

War and Peace: Part I - Andrei Bolkonsky (1966)

The General and His Empire of Joy (1977)

#Introductions (2015)

Transformers 6 (1900)

I Am Stamos (2004)

I Am Stamos is a 2004 American short film starring John Stamos and Robert Peters, directed by Rob Meltzer. The film world premiered on March 3, 2004 at the US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado.

Two Captains (1955)

Two Captains (Russian: Два капитана, translit. Dva kapitana) is a 1955 Soviet adventure film directed by Vladimir Vengerov, based on a novel by Veniamin Kaverin.

None But the Brave (1928)

None but the Brave (1928) is an American silent film, released by Fox Film Corporation, directed by Albert Ray, and starring Charles Morton as Charles Stanton, Sally Phipps as Mary, J. Farrell MacDonald, Sharon Lynn, and Tom Kennedy. One or two sequences were filmed in a two-strip Technicolor, made of black-and-white 35mm film dyed in colors. The film consists of six reels.It is not known whether this film survives or is a lost film.

Frank Zappa: The Dub Room Special! (1982)

The Dub Room Special is a film produced by Frank Zappa for direct-to-video release in October, 1982. The video combines footage from a performance at the KCET studios in Los Angeles on August 27, 1974, a concert performed at The Palladium, New York City on October 31, 1981, some clay animation by Bruce Bickford, and several interviews. It was edited in the "Dub Room" at Compact Video, at a post-production facility in Burbank, California. A few of the Compact Video staff have brief appearances. The video was only available through mail-order, and thus, was unseen by many Zappa fans until it was made widely available on DVD on October 17, 2005. The DVD version was trimmed slightly by Zappa to fit the space limitations of early laserdiscs. The 1974 footage was originally conceived as a TV special. In 2007 a soundtrack with the same name was released.

Love's Greatest Mistake (1927)

Love's Greatest Mistake is a 1927 American silent drama film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and starring Evelyn Brent. The film is now lost.

The Moth of Moonbi (1926)

The Moth of Moonbi is a 1926 Australian film directed by Charles Chauvel. It was adapted from The Wild Moth, a 1924 novel by Australian author Mabel Forrest.Only part of the film survives today.

The Girl from Woolworth's (1929)

The Girl from Woolworth's is a 1929 American Pre-Code romance film directed by William Beaudine and starring Alice White, Gladden James and Bert Moorhouse. It was released both as a sound film and in a slightly shorter silent version.Karen Plunkett-Powell wrote in her book, Remembering Woolworth's: A Nostalgic History of the World's Most Famous Five-and-Dime: "First National Pictures produced this 60-minute musical as a showcase for up-and-coming actress Alice White." White had the role of a singing clerk in the music department of a Woolworth's store.

Winners Of The Wilderness (1927)

Winners of the Wilderness is a 1927 American silent war drama film directed by W.S. Van Dyke, and starring Tim McCoy and Joan Crawford. In this costume drama, set during the French-Indian War, Rene Contrecouer (Crawford), the daughter of a French general falls for a soldier of fortune (McCoy). This movie was photographed mostly in black and white, but one scene was in color by Technicolor.

Broken Hearts of Broadway (1923)

Broken Hearts of Broadway is a 1923 silent film drama produced and directed by Irving Cummings and starring Colleen Moore. It is based on a 1917 play Broken Hearts of Broadway by James Kyrle McCurdy.

Taking Shelter (2011)

Over {Past:Future} Sight (2008)

Beyond Hell's Kitchen (2004)

The Girl from Havana (1929)

The Girl from Havana is a 1929 American crime film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and written by Edwin J. Burke. The film stars Lola Lane, Paul Page, Kenneth Thomson, Natalie Moorhead, Warren Hymer and Joseph W. Girard. The film was released on September 22, 1929, by Fox Film Corporation.

Moving Art: Waterfalls (2015)

Road House (1934)

Road House is a 1934 British comedy crime film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Violet Loraine, Gordon Harker and Aileen Marson.

Xenobites (2008)

My Widow's Husband (2010)

On Sunday (2016)

Valka's Sails (1974)

The Rodney Dangerfield Show: It's Not Easy Bein' Me (1982)

Fingers Tale (2013)

Veterans UnAffairs: The Frank Gann Story (2014)

Pink Floyd: Welcome to the Machine (2008)

Submission (2011)

X - Live in Los Angeles (2005)

The musical history of Los Angeles can be divided into two distinct eras: "Before X" and "After X." X was one of the first U.S. punk bands, but by adding rockabilly and country elements, they were a major influence on the Americana/alt-country movement, not to mention subsequent waves of punk bands. X: Live In Los Angeles commemorates the 25th anniversary of the band's landmark debut album, Los Angeles. On this CD, the original lineup-John Doe, Exene Cervenka, Billy Zoom, and D.J. Bonebrake-come together once again to celebrate this milestone with a killer 21-song set of fan favorites.

Pirates of the Airwaves the WSOU Story (2015)

Bruno Mars: 24K Magic Live at the Apollo (2017)

The Natural State of America (2011)

Red Mission (2015)

The B.P.R.D. Declassified (2004)

The Walls Have Eyes (1969)

Manifold (2013)

A Dance Party in the Kingdom of Lilliput (1964)

Tondo (1973)

Ruminate (2014)

A Tree in Tanjung Malim (2004)

Dr. Devious: More Dance in Cyberspace (1993)

The Masters Portrait (2009)

The Jewish People: A Story of Survival (2008)

Speed Freaks With Guns (1991)

Spectral Force (1998)

Caviar (1930)

Speed (1959)

Lotna is a Polish war film released in 1959 and directed by Andrzej Wajda.

Inadequate People (2010)

Inadequate People (Russian: Неадекватные люди, translit. Neadekvatnye lyudi) is a 2011 Russian comedy film directed by Roman Karimov.

AND1 Mixtape Vol. 4 (2001)

Tales of the Valley of the Wind (2009)

Primrose (2015)

Last Day With Lizzy (2014)

Gordon Lightfoot: Live in Reno (2002)

The Track Meet (2010)

A Very Specific Recipe (2007)

Hillbilly Bob Zombie (2009)

Rattlesnake in a Cooler (1982)

Kindred (2014)

Ecstatic Stigmatic (1980)

The Thief and the Stripper (1959)

The Greatest Tomb on Earth: Secrets of Ancient China (2016)

Opening the Lost Tombs: Live from Egypt (1999)

I Like Bikes, But... (1978)

Laduma! Benin's Journey (2011)