Life for Sale (2011)
Body of Water (2011)
Body of Water is a 2011 Finnish drama film directed Joona Tena.
Dreamworks Spooky Stories (2012)
Black Eagle (1948)
Black Eagle is a 1948 Western film. It was directed by Robert Gordon and stars William Bishop as Jason Bond, Virginia Patton as Ginny Long, and Gordon Jones as Benjy Laughton. The film is a revenge Western focused around a black horse named Black Eagle. It was released by Columbia Pictures.
Deduce, You Say (1956)
Daffy Duck is a detective who is hunting for the Shropshire Slasher.
Horton Hatches the Egg (1942)
Horton Hatches the Egg is a ten-minute animated short film based on the book by Dr. Seuss, by Leon Schlesinger Productions in 1942, released as part of Warner Bros.' Merrie Melodies series. The short, which in contrast to the original children's book, was more adult-oriented and was directed by Bob Clampett. Horton was voiced by Kent Rogers along with the Peter Lorre fish, Sara Berner voiced Mayzie and the elephant bird, Frank Graham narrated, and Mel Blanc performed most of the other voices.
Library of Congress (1945)
Library of Congress is a 1945 American short documentary film about the Library of Congress, directed by Alexander Hammid, and produced by the Office of War Information. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.
Rippling Romance (1945)
The Jury Goes Round 'n' Round (1945)
An Erotic Werewolf in London (2006)
An Erotic Werewolf in London is a 2008 American made for cable erotic film written and directed by William Hellfire. It is based on the 1981 horror feature An American Werewolf in London written and directed by John Landis.
An Interesting Story (1904)
An Interesting Story is a 1904 British short silent comedy film, directed by James Williamson, showing a man so engrossed in his book he is dangerously oblivious to what happens around him.
Dog, Cat, and Canary (1945)
Who's Who in Animal Land (1944)
Who's Who in Animal Land is a 1944 American short comedy film directed by Leslie M. Roush. In 1945, it won an Oscar for Best Short Subject (One-Reel) at the 17th Academy Awards.
Erst die Arbeit und dann? (1985)
Twins at the Zoo (1989)
Vivir mata (1991)
Cries of Pleasure (1983)
Obscure even by hardcore Jess Franco fan standards, it remains the legendary writer/director’s most daring work of his early ‘80s erotic shocker oeuvre. Inspired by Hitchcock’s ROPE, Franco utilized long takes, minimal edits and his beloved Lina Romay at her most extreme for this de Sade-induced saga of violence, depravity and psychosexual mayhem among the amoral elite. Antonio Mayans (aka Robert Foster of DEVIL HUNTER and HOT NIGHTS OF LINDA), Rocío Freixas (THE SINISTER DR. ORLOFF) and Elisa Vela (aka Jasmina Bell of MANSION OF THE LIVING DEAD) co-star in this fascinating Franco rarity from his Golden Films Internacional period.
Regreso del más allá (1982)
Shut Up, Gulli (1974)
The Detectives (2014)
A Boy Has Been Dead (2010)
The Dark-Veiled Bride (1975)
The Golden Louis (1909)
The Golden Louis is a 1909 American short drama film, written and directed by D.W. Griffith
Killer Motel (2012)
Killer Motel (キラー・モーテル) is a 2012 Japanese erotic horror film directed by Kazuya Ogawa.
Nezbedný bakalár (1946)
The Adventurous Bachelor is a 1946 Czech comedy film directed by Otakar Vávra. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.
Lego Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Brick (2008)
Lego Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Brick (2008) is a 3-D computer-animated Lego short film that was directed by Peder Pedersen. It combines details from all four Indiana Jones features into one continuous adventure with a humorous twist, and includes several inside-jokes for fans of both the Indiana Jones films and the Star Wars series.
Agentti 000 ja kuoleman kurvit (1983)
Agentti 000 ja kuolema kurvit was a 1983 Finnish spy comedy film directed by Visa Mäkinen and written by Ismo Sajakorpi. The film stars Ilmari Saarelainen as James Bond impersonator Joonas G. Breitenfeldt and Tenho Saurén as a bank robber. English actor John Wood also makes an appearance as Agent 009, and his serious, wooden portrayal of the character stands in contrast to the outrageous antics of the other members of the cast contributing to further humour. Finnish actress Kielo Tommila stars as the reporter Ulla Salla and the main love interest of Agent 000. "000" or "nolla-nolla-nolla" as it was advertised, was then the Finnish national emergency call number.
City Hunter: Million Dollar Conspiracy (1990)
The Story of Time (1951)
The Storm in My Heart (2009)
The Burlesque Suicide, No. 2 (1902)
Between the Sheets (1973)
Jumpin' at the Bedside (1976)
The Little Match Seller (1902)
The Little Match Seller is a 1902 British short silent drama film, directed by James Williamson, retelling the classic Hans Christian Andersen fable of the sad life and tragic death of a little match seller. This major fiction film of the period was, according to Michael Brooke of BFI Screenonline, "a serious attempt at depicting a person's inner emotional life on film through purely visual means, using trick effects not to provoke laughter but for serious dramatic reasons."
The Martyred Presidents (1901)
The Martyred Presidents is a 1901 American film directed by Edwin S. Porter.
Anders Matthesen: Vender tilbage (2009)
Afonia i Pszczoły (2009)
The Lobo Paramilitary Christmas Special (2002)
Olsenbandens siste stikk (1999)
Olsenbandens aller siste kupp (1982)
Olsenbanden gir seg aldri! (1981)
Fools' Alley (1955)
Mountain Pass (1978)
Threshold of the Void (1974)
Disciples of the Crow (1983)
Crossing the Lighthouse (1999)
La communale (1965)
Norang meori (1999)
Yellow Hair is a 1999 South Korean erotic thriller film, written and directed by Kim Yu-min, and starring former child actress Lee Jae-eun. The film caused controversy for its strong sexual content, and was only approved for release after some of the more explicit material was cut. The film's English title is sometimes given as The Blonde.
The Enemies of Reason (2007)
The Enemies of Reason is a two-part television documentary, written and presented by evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, in which he seeks to expose "those areas of belief that exist without scientific proof, yet manage to hold the nation under their spell", including mediumship, acupuncture and psychokinesis.
Pro biznesmena Fomu (1993)
Invicta FC 17: Evinger vs. Schneider (2016)
Die Storie van Klara Viljee (1992)
The Untold Story 2 (1998)
The Untold Story 2 a.k.a. Human Flesh Bun 2 (人肉叉燒包Ⅱ之天誅地滅) is a 1998 Hong Kong film. It is a sequel to The Untold Story, also starred Anthony Wong Chau-Sang in a different role.
Mexicali Shmoes (1959)
Mexicali Shmoes is a 1959 Looney Tunes cartoon short directed by Friz Freleng and starring Speedy Gonzales and the singing cats Jose and Manuel. Voice actors include Mel Blanc as the voices of Speedy Gonzales and Jose plus an uncredited Tom Holland as the voice of Manuel.
Engine sentai Go-onger: Boom boom! Bang bang! GekijoBang!! (2008)
Engine Sentai Go-onger: Boom Boom! Bang Bang! GekijōBang!! is the theatrical film adaptation of the Japanese 2008 Super Sentai series Engine Sentai Go-onger.
Kamen Rider World (1994)
Kamen Rider World is a short tokusatsu superhero 3-D film produced by Toei Company based on the Kamen Rider Series that premiered on August 6, 1994 and was shown in amusement parks and special events nationwide in Japan. It was shown as a triple feature alongside Super Sentai World and Toei Hero Daishugō.
Sacred Knives of Vengeance (1972)
The Killer is a 1972 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Chor Yuen and produced by Shaw Brothers Studio. It was released in the United States by Warner Bros. as Sacred Knives of Vengeance.
Death March (2013)
Death March is a 2013 Philippine drama film directed by Adolfo Alix, Jr.. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.
Mad Mad 83 (1983)
Mad, Mad 83 is a 1983 Hong Kong Shaw Brothers comedy film directed by Chor Yuen. It is the debut film of actor Tony Leung Chiu-wai. The film grossed HK $5,301,780 at the box office.
Lodela is a 1996 dance film directed by Philippe Baylaucq, and produced in Montreal by the National Film Board of Canada. The film received eight awards, including Best Short Documentary at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival and a Special Jury Citation for its "formal beauty and poetic cinematic construction" at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film featured dancers José Navas and Chi Long, with Navas also serving as choreographer.
Marvin the Martian in the Third Dimension (1996)
Marvin the Martian in the Third Dimension is a 3-D Looney Tunes film formerly an attraction at Drayton Manor Theme Park in Drayton Bassett, Staffordshire, England, Warner Bros. Movie World in Gold Coast, Australia, Warner Bros. Movie World in Bottrop, Germany and Six Flags Great America. The movie was the first computer animated movie viewed with 3D glasses to be produced in the world.
Bugged by a Bee (1969)
Bugged by a Bee is a 1969 animated cartoon, released by Warner Bros.-Seven Arts. It starred Cool Cat, and was the final cartoon from the 1930-1969 era to bear the Looney Tunes name, and the last from that era to be widely released. One more cartoon, Injun Trouble, would follow Bugged by a Bee, but it was in the Merrie Melodies series.
San Francisco Earthquake & Fire: April 18, 1906 (1906)
San Francisco Earthquake & Fire: April 18, 1906 is an American short black-and-white documentary silent film. The film documents the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. This film is "narrated" with the standard text slides between scenes.
La revoltosa (1949)
The Troublemaker or The Mischievous Girl (Spanish:La revoltosa) is a 1950 Spanish musical comedy film directed by José Díaz Morales and starring Carmen Sevilla, Tony Leblanc and Tomás Blanco. It is based on the 1897 zarzuela The Troublemaker.
Sad Fairy Tale (2012)
Sad Fairy Tale is a 2012 Chinese-South Korean romantic comedy film directed by Zhengchao Xu. The story is adapted from true events in the life of Wang Xiao Yi(汪小一）, friend of the director.
The Dragonfly and the Ant (1913)
The Grasshopper and the Ant is a 1913 Russian short animated film directed and written by Wladyslaw Starewicz.
The Lego Story (2012)
The LEGO Story is a 2012 Danish 3D computer-animated short film directed by Kim Pagel. The pixar-esque 17 minute animation was produced by Kim Pagel and the LEGO group to celebrates its 80th anniversary.
Super Demetrios (2012)
Super Demetrios is a 2011 Greek guerrilla ultra-low-budget superhero comedy film starring and written by the cinematic comedy group OtiNaNai Productions and directed by Georgios Papaioannou. Upon its release at the 52nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival the film got the highest number of audience votes in the history of the festival and became an instant cult classic, with all screenings being sold out in all venues thereafter.
Cursed Songs 2: Nu-Meri (2008)
Nu-Meri: Book of the New Spawn is a 2008 Japanese horror film directed by Yûichi Kanemaru and starring Chiharu Komatsu.
The Pretending Lovers (2011)
The Pretending Lovers is a 2011 Chinese romantic comedy film co-written and directed by Liu Fendou. It stars Jiang Yiyan as Shen Lu and Huang Bo as her fake boyfriend. The rest of the cast includes Zhang Mo, Xia Jiawei, Wang Yansu, Li Haibin, Zhang Yuhan, and Gao Yifei. The film premiered in China on June 24, 2011. It tells a love story between a insurance salesman and a suspiciously psycho girl.
Nocturne 29 (1968)
Nocturne 29 is a 1968 Spanish drama film directed by Pere Portabella and starring Lucia Bosè.
Cha Cha for Twins (2012)
Cha Cha for Twins is a 2012 Taiwanese romantic comedy film directed by Yang Yi-chien and Jim Wang.
The Capsule (2012)
The Capsule is a 2012 Greek short drama film directed by Athina Rachel Tsangari and starring Ariane Labed, Isolda Dychauk and Clémence Poésy. Aleksandra Waliszewska is co-writer of the film. The spoken language is French. The film was shot in Hydra. The film was nominated for the Short Film Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
I Graduated, But... (1929)
I Graduated, But... (大学は出たけれど) is a 1929 Japanese silent film directed by Yasujirō Ozu. The film is now lost, except for an excerpt of approximately 10 minutes.
Madhubana Kadai is a 2012 Tamil sociopolitical satire, directed by debutant director Kamalakannan and produced by Montage Media Productions. The story of the movie is based on the TASMAC shop, which has real-life drunkards in leading roles. Actor Rafeeq played the male lead role and Ishwarya played the female lead and both are new faces to Kollywood. The film was released on 2 August 2012 and received mixed reviews.
Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley (1918)
Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley is a 1918 American silent comedy romance film starring Mary Pickford that was directed by Marshall Neilan and written by Frances Marion based upon a novel by Belle K. Maniates.
¡Viva lo imposible! (1958)
Let's Make the Impossible! is a 1958 Spanish comedy film adapted from the play "¡Viva lo imposible! o el contable de las estrellas", by Miguel Mihura and Joaquín Calvo Sotelo, and directed by Rafael Gil. It was entered into the 8th Berlin International Film Festival.
The World Beyond (1978)
The World Beyond is the second of two pilots for an occult detective television series. The first pilot, The World of Darkness, also starring Granville Van Dusen as Paul Taylor, premiered on Sunday, April 17, 1977. The World Beyond followed as a sequel on CBS Friday, January 27, 1978.
Unstoppable Marriage (2007)
Unstoppable Marriage is a 2007 South Korean romantic comedy film. It stars veteran actors Kim Soo-mi and Im Chae-moo alongside popstar and television actress Eugene and Ha Seok-jin. The film is Eugene's big screen debut, and is also the directorial debut of Kim Seong-wook, who previously worked as an assistant director on other films such as Fun Movie (2002), My Teacher, Mr. Kim (2003) and Lovely Rivals (2004).
The Children of Golzow is a documentary by the German filmmaker Winfried Junge that was started in 1961 and lasted until 2007, when the series concluded. The film is a prolonged observation of the lives of several people in the Brandenburg town of Golzow.
Tropico is a short film "based on the Biblical story of sin and redemption", starring Lana Del Rey as Eve and Shaun Ross as Adam. Written by Del Rey and directed by Anthony Mandler, the film premiered at the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood, California on December 4, 2013, before being uploaded to Del Rey's official Vevo account the following day. It features the songs "Body Electric", "Gods & Monsters", and "Bel Air", all taken from Del Rey's 2012 EP Paradise. An EP of the film's name was also released that same month to the iTunes Store; it includes the film itself along with the three aforementioned songs.
Hymn of the Nations (1944)
Hymn of the Nations, originally titled Arturo Toscanini: Hymn of the Nations, is a 1944 film directed by Alexander Hammid, which features the Inno delle nazioni, a patriotic work for tenor soloist, chorus, and orchestra, composed by Italian opera composer Giuseppe Verdi in the early-1860s. For this musical work, Verdi utilized the national anthems of several European nations.
Be Careful is a Bollywood film that was released in the end of October 2011. The movie was directed by Chandrakant Singh and starred Rajneesh Duggal, Tanisha Mukherjee, Kiran Rathod, Zaid Hameed, Shillpi Sharma, while the other members from the cast included Rajpal Yadav, Asrani, Shakti Kapoor, Sanjay Mishra, Tiku Talsania.
Bus Lane (2007)
Bus Lane is a 2007 Thai action-comedy film directed by Kittikorn Liasirikun.
Spadikam is a 1995 Indian Malayalam-language action drama film written and directed by Bhadran and starring Mohanlal in the lead role. Dialogues were written by Rajendra Babu. The title "Spadikam" means "crystal" or "prism", the splitting of light by a prism being a metaphor for human nature. The film also stars Thilakan, Urvashi, Spadikam George, K. P. A. C. Lalitha, Rajan P. Dev, Silk Smitha, Nedumudi Venu, Chippy, and V. K. Sreeraman.
All the Wrong Clues for the Right Solution (1981)
All the Wrong Clues for the Right Solution is a 1981 Hong Kong comedy film directed and co-written by Tsui Hark. The film stars George Lam as Yoho, Karl Maka as Ah Capone and Teddy Robin Kwan as Inspector Robin. Yoho is a down on his luck detective who find himself in trouble with the ganger Ah Capone who is planning to cheat elderly millionaires out of their stocks.
Black Board (1986)
Burakkubōdo (ブラックボード) is a 1986 Japanese film written and directed by Kaneto Shindo. It is a drama about school bullying.
Mahayanam is a 1989 Malayalam-language Indian feature film directed by Joshy and produced by C T Rajan, starring Mammootty, Seema, Jalaja and Mukesh.
Khela (2008) is a Bengali film by Rituparno Ghosh. The film is about an idealistic director's quench to make a film with a boy who he thinks is just perfect for the role. Khela also marks actress Manisha Koirala's foray into Bengali cinema.
Nyayavidhi is a 1986 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Joshiy and produced by Joy Thomas. The film stars Mammootty, Shobhana, Sukumaran and Lalu Alex in the lead roles. The film has musical score by M. K. Arjunan.
Blue Sky Bones (2013)
Blue Sky Bones, also known as The Blue Bone, is a 2013 Chinese music film directed by Cui Jian. It was released in China on October 17, 2014.
No: 1 Sneha Theeram Bangalore North (1995)
No. 1 Snehatheeram Bangalore North is a 1995 Malayalam film, written by Fazil, directed by Sathyan Anthikkad, and produced by Fazil, starring Mammootty and Priya Raman, supported by Innocent, Thilakan, Oduvil Unnikrishnan and Sukumari.
Pacific 231 (1949)
Pacific 231 is a 1949 short film directed by French film theorist Jean Mitry.
Peck Up Your Troubles (1945)
Peck Up Your Troubles is a 1945 animated short featuring Sylvester the Cat. It was written by Michael Maltese and directed by Friz Freleng. The cartoon marked the first appearance of Sylvester's long-time foe Hector the Bulldog, who would later become a recurring character in Tweety and Sylvester cartoons. The woodpecker would later reappear in A Peck o' Trouble, a Dodsworth Cat cartoon directed by Robert McKimson in 1953.
Nasty Quacks (1945)
Nasty Quacks is a 1945 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series. It was the final Daffy Duck cartoon directed by Frank Tashlin, who is not credited as he had already left the studio. Blanc voices Daffy and Agnes' Father, while Sara Berner voices Agnes and Robert C. Bruce narrates.