Campus Pussycats (1973)
Johanna Enlists (1918)
Johanna Enlists is a 1918 silent film comedy-drama produced by and starring Mary Pickford with distributed by Paramount Pictures. The film was directed by William Desmond Taylor from a short story by Rupert Hughes, The Mobilization of Johanna. Frances Marion, a frequent Pickford collaborator, wrote the scenario. The film was made at a time during World War I when sentimental or patriotic films were immensely popular. It was an early starring vehicle for Monte Blue, the male lead opposite Pickford. The film survives in several prints, including one at the Library of Congress.
Los del suelo (2015)
Shangri-La: Near Extinction (2018)
The Last Wild (2018)
In a man-made world hewn from nature, the exploitation of both living and inorganic resources is shaping the planet beyond recognition. For many animals, such human activity is gradually altering their land beyond habitable existence. Hunting in Africa for food, sport, and anger is drastically reducing animal populations. But there is still time to save and reconnect with nature. With governments protecting wild land, and through the Khoisan peoples' example of how to share life with other predatory animals, this ruminative doc explores how humans and animals might one day coexist in peace. "We never gaze at the stars or a tree without seeing ourselves, without seeing our reflection in them." Across Africa there is growing concern that our relationship with nature has become all take and no give. Our unsustainable, selfish opportunism is ruining what could be a far more beneficial co-existence.
We know that the ever-expanding boundaries of 'modern' civilisation are encroaching upon the wilderness of Africa. But there is also concern that major damage is being done by the continent’s more isolated communities. Donovan Darrington Prince, a wildlife guide, is frustrated: “I honestly don’t believe that people has respect for nature, animals or wildlife, especially in rural areas”.
Biological conservationists like Matt Claverley defend locals attacking wildlife: “if a wild animal is considered a threat to their children or livelihood, then of course their immediate need is for their family”. Yet this is not the whole story. Animals are also killed “to let off steam, because of contempt for animals or because of profit”. Poachers illegally sell horns, ivory and skins for easy money. They even hunt in land which governments have designated as nature reserves since the late nineteenth century. What’s more, poachers poison their carcasses. “The poachers often don’t want the vultures to give them away,” Ortwin Aschenborn elaborates, “so there is an active poisoning of vultures at the moment”.
“Technology has made people so impersonal and they are getting addicted to that,” thinks Christo Snyman, a wildlife writer and photographer. Our relationship with technology is blamed for ruining the miraculous bond with the wild that only a few tribes, like the Khoisan peoples of Southern African, retain today. Rather than killing lions, they prefer to talk to them in order to share some of their prey. “It will not kill the human being,” says Steve Kunta, a local wildlife guide. “They will move away and then a person can come and get the meat.”
Over the course of this passionate documentary, questions are raised over the capacity for larger mammals, like the elephant, to think like we do, even contemplate death. “They are very social animals, extremely like humans,” says Donovan. This meditative exploration of African ecosystems teaches us that if we learn to share our environments with the creatures we live amongst, there will be no need for the African plains to become the last wild.
Simon Amstell: Set Free (2019)
Honest, introspective comic Simon Amstell digs deep and delivers a uniquely vulnerable stand-up set on love, ego, intimacy and ayahuasca.
Secrets in the Sky: The Untold Story of Skunk Works (2019)
In 1943, in a circus tent in Burbank, CA, a bunch of revolutionary thinkers first gathered
together in secrecy to build America’s first jet fighter. They were rule benders, chance takers,
corner cutters—people who believed that nothing was impossible.
In the decades that followed, this secret club would create some of the most iconic flying
machines in history: the U-2 spy plane, the SR-71 Blackbird, the F-117 stealth bomber… each of
them so unfamiliar, so far ahead of their time, that they were often mistaken for something
Secrets in the Sky: The Untold Story of Skunk Works pulls back the veil of secrecy on Lockheed
Martin’s enigmatic Skunk Works program. It features never-before-seen material: rare photos,
films locked away for decades, and entries from the private journals and logbooks of Skunk
Works’ founder and aerospace legend, Kelly Johnson.
With narration by Dennis Quaid, in Kelly Johnson’s own words, the film plunges deep into a
world shrouded in secrecy—where wars are won or lost not just on the battlefield, but at the
Secrets in the Sky: The Untold Story of Skunk Works reveals the incredible story of one small group of bootstrapping engineers and pilots whose innovative aircraft changed world history.
Justice - Verstrickt im Netz der Macht (2019)
Hüddam 2 (2019)
Sex, kofe, sigarety (2014)
A Tale of Three Cities (2015)
A Tale of Three Cities is a 2015 Chinese-Hong Kong war romance film directed by Mabel Cheung. The film is about the real love story of two people who met in Wuhu during the Second Sino-Japanese War in the 1930s, separated in Shanghai during the Chinese Civil War in the 1940s, and finally reunited in Hong Kong in the 1950s while their children from previous marriages were left behind in mainland China. Jackie Chan reportedly "cried and cried, until the end of the film" when he watched the film by himself.
Kedi is a 2006 Indian Tamil film written and directed by Jyothi Krishna, who earlier directed the 2003 Tamil film Enakku 20 Unakku 18. Starring his brother Ravi Krishna in the lead role, the film marks the Kollywood debut of the female actress Tamannaah Bhatia and Ileana. Where Tamannaah plays a character with negative shade and Ileana plays love interest of Ravi Krishna whilst Ramesh Khanna, Atul Kulkarni, Adithya, M. S. Baskar and Suman Setty played supporting roles in the film. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film released on 24 September 2006 and was later dubbed into Telugu and released as Jadoo.The film earned mixed to positive reviews in both Tamil and Telugu and commercial success.
Big Mamma's Boy (2011)
Brammetje Baas (2012)
Brammetje Baas is a 2012 Dutch film, directed by Anna van der Heide, based on a picture book written by Tamara Bos, who also wrote the scripts for the film.
Yoddha The Warrior (2014)
Yoddha: The Warrior is a 2014 Indian Bengali-language fantasy action film directed by Raj Chakraborty. The film is a remake of 2009 Telugu blockbuster movie Magadheera. In the film, Dev and Mimi Chakraborty act in the same movie for the first time. Nigel Akkara stars as the main antagonist of the film. The film marks the return of the director-actor pair of Raj Chakraborty and Dev after Dui Prithibi. The film was produced by Shree Venkatesh Films, and was released on 1 October 2014, during the Durga Puja.
One Deep Breath (2014)
Amor y muerte (2013)
Le Premier Cri (2007)
Bei Anruf - Mord (1959)
The Next of Kin (1942)
The Next of Kin, also known as Next of Kin, is a 1942 Second World War propaganda film produced by Ealing Studios.
The film was originally commissioned by the British War Office as a training film to promote the government propaganda message that "Careless talk costs lives". After being taken on by Ealing Studios, the project was expanded and given a successful commercial release.
After the war and up until at least the mid 1960s, services in British Commonwealth countries continued to use The Next of Kin as part of security training.
Sleeping Beauties (2017)
The Woman Hunt (1973)
The Woman Hunt is a 1972 film directed by Eddie Romero. It was the last of several films Romero made for Roger Corman's New World Pictures and is an unofficial remake of the short story "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell.
John Ashley said the film was originally called Women for Sale.
La barraca (1945)
The Shack or The Hut (Spanish:La barraca) is a 1945 Mexican drama film directed by Roberto Gavaldón and starring Domingo Soler, Anita Blanch and Amparo Morillo. It is based on the 1898 novel of the same title by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez.
The film's art direction was by Francisco Marco Chillet and Vicente Petit.
The Sinful Bed (1973)
Jonah: The Musical (2017)
1001 Perversions of Felicia (1975)
Bound Cargo (2003)
Flow State (2012)
Follow extreme skiers and riders including Daron Rahlves, David Wise, and Kaylin Richardson as they travel around the globe and find their own flow state all while taking on some of the biggest and toughest ski runs around.
The Very First Noel (2006)
Riders Of Death Valley (1941)
Riders of Death Valley (1941) is a Universal movie serial. It was a high budget serial with an all-star cast led by Dick Foran and Buck Jones. Ford Beebe and Ray Taylor directed.
Be My Baby (2014)
Madicken på Junibacken (1980)
Madicken på Junibacken is a 1980 Swedish film about the Astrid Lindgren character Madicken, directed by Göran Graffman.
A Frente Fria que a Chuva Traz (2016)
Het Verlangen (2017)
Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam - Live from Orlando (2012)
Funnyman Gary Owen, known for his roles in Steve Harvey’s blockbuster hit Think Like A Man and Tyler Perry’s “House of Payne”, commands the stage as he hosts the newest installment in Shaquille O’Neal’s All-Star Comedy Jam franchise. Along with Owen, O’Neal has handpicked some of stand-up comedy’s most talented and sought after comedians; Capone, Lil’ Duval, Tony Roberts and Jay Pharoah. This fresh new lineup is sure to deliver non-stop laughs in this energetic and memorable night of comedy. All-Star Comedy Jam – Live from Orlando was filmed at Hard Rock Live in front of a live audience during All-Star Weekend in Orlando, FL.
Jim Jefferies: BARE (2014)
Guardian Angel (2014)
From The Earth To The Moon (1979)
Goya - oder Der arge Weg der Erkenntnis (1971)
Goya or the Hard Way to Enlightenment (German: Goya – oder der arge Weg der Erkenntnis) is a 1971 East German drama film directed by Konrad Wolf. It was entered into the 7th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Special Prize. It is based on a novel with the same title by Lion Feuchtwanger.
Raiders of Galaxy (1982)
Don Winslow of the Navy (1942)
Don Winslow of the Navy (1942) is a Universal Pictures film serial based on the comic strip Don Winslow of the Navy by Commander Frank V. Martinek.
Bésame mucho (1996)
Harry and Meghan: A Windsor Wedding (2018)
Featuring the complete first ever public interview of the couple together on 27th November 2017, it also features testimonials and interviews from the people who know them the best. Join us as we celebrate the engagement of Harry and Meghan
Terror! Death! Revenge! (2018)
The History of WWE: 50 Years of Sports Entertainment (2013)
Emmanuelle Exposed (1982)
INSATIABLE! INCENDIARY! INDECENT! You haven’t experienced the Emmanuelle phenomenon until you’ve seen it via the perverse vision of EuroCult legend Jess Franco! This time, French television starlet Muriel Montossé (billed here as ‘Vicky Adams’) is the luscious beauty who inflames the beaches and bedrooms of a Mediterranean resort city. But when she is seduced into a very public act of lesbian lust by a sultry stripper, Emmanuelle unzips a torrent of erotic pleasure that takes her from ecstasy to brutality and beyond. Carmen Carrión of The Sexual Story Of O and Robert Foster of Macumba Sexual co-star in this rarely-seen slice of EuroSleaze – also known as Emmanuelle Exposed – now lovingly restored from the original negative and presented uncut and uncensored for the first time ever in America!
Zombie Cheerleading Camp (2007)
The Fear: Resurrection (1999)
Chinese Kamasutra (1993)
Italian, Subtitled in English. Joan Parker (the gorgeous Georgia Emerald) is a British librarian who stumbles by accident on an ancient book that contains the forbidden secrets of the Chinese Kama Sutra. She digs deeps into the pages of the mysterious book and starts having wild fantas
Film Noir: Bringing Darkness to Light (2006)
Remade three times after the original 1926 version, this is the story of a prostitute who takes Parisian society by storm. This is a classic tale of the rise and fall of one striving to climb the social ladder.
Uncle Yanco (1967)
In her effervescent first California film, Agnès Varda delves into her own family history. The short documentary Uncle Yanco features Varda tracking down a Greek emigrant relative she’s never met, discovering an artist and kindred soul leading a bohemian life in Sausalito.
Uncle Yanco was restored by the Cineteca di Bologna at L’Immagine Ritrovata in association with Ciné-Tamaris and The Film Foundation. Restoration funding provided by the Annenberg Foundation, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and The Film Foundation.
Voyage to Agatis (2010)
Straight from the German underground, one of the most shocking and controversial films ever made explodes onto DVD. Massacre Video proudly presents Marian Dora's 'Voyage to Agatis', completely uncut and uncensored!
Where the Toys Come From (1984)
Where The Toys Come From is a Disney special directed by Theodore Thomas created in 1983 and then released in 1984 by Walt Disney Studio Showcase.
Wicked Temptations (2002)
Running Hot (1984)
The Godthumb (2002)
Ranma ½: The Movie, Big Trouble in Nekonron, China (1991)
High Test Girls (1980)
High Test Girls is a 1980 Swiss pornographic film co-written and directed by Erwin C. Dietrich. It stars Brigitte Lahaie, Jane Baker, Lynn Monteil, France Lomay, Flore Sollier and Élodie Delage. The film is a sequel to Sechs Schwedinnen im Pensionat.
The Facts of Murder (1959)
Un maledetto imbroglio also known as The Facts of Murder is a 1959 Italian crime film mystery directed by and starring Pietro Germi with Claudia Cardinale. The film is based on the novel by Carlo Emilio Gadda Quer pasticciaccio brutto de via Merulana. The film was restored and re-released in 1999 both in Italy and the USA.
Kapò (Italian pronunciation: [kaˈpɔ]) is a 1960 Italian film about the Holocaust directed by Gillo Pontecorvo. It was nominated for the Academy Award as Best Foreign Language Film. It was an Italian-French co-production filmed in Yugoslavia.
Vampire Cop (1990)
The Captive (1915)
The Captive is an American silent-era film released on April 22, 1915. It was released on five reels. The film was written, directed, edited, and produced by Cecil B. DeMille. Jesse L. Lasky was another producer and Jeanie MacPherson worked with DeMille to write the screenplay. The film is based on a play written by Cecil B. DeMille and Jeanie MacPherson. The Captive grossed just over $56,000. On a budget of only $12,154. Blanche Sweet stars as Sonia Martinovich, alongside House Peters who stars as Mahmud Hassan. The film details the romantic war-era plight of Montenegrin protagonist, Sonia Martinovich, and her Turkish lover, Mahmud Hassan.
Animation Runner Kuromi (2001)
Chokugeki! Jigoku-ken (1974)
Executioner is a 1974 Japanese martial arts film starring Sonny Chiba.
Lady Libertine (1984)
Famed French TV game show hostess Sophie Favier - in one of her earliest and most revealing roles - stars in this boldly sexy epic about a cross-dressing teenage orphan named 'Frank' (Jennifer Inch of SCREWBALLS) who is adopted by a handsome nobleman (Christopher Pearson) with his own strange urges. But when the sultry virgin's gender-bend is revealed, her deflowering unleashes a shocking torrent of voyeurism, violation, sadism and submission that will blur the line between pleasure and pain forever! Also know as FRANK AND I, this 1984 Playboy production ignited an international controversy when Sophie Favier unsuccessfully sued to stop its long awaited re-release. Her court loss is a victory for Skinemax fans everywhere, as LADY LIBERTINE can now be presented uncut and uncensored for the first time on DVD in America!
Judge is a manga series written and illustrated by Fujihiko Hosono, published in Futabasha's Action Brother and Comic Action Character. The story focuses on the Japanese hell, where judgment is passed on the living.
Tokyo Mafia: Wrath of the Yakuza (1996)
Schoolgirl Report Part 2: What Keeps Parents Awake at Night (1971)
La revolución de Juan Escopeta (2011)
Frank and Ava (2017)
The Indomitable Teddy Roosevelt (1983)
The Belle Star Story (1968)
The Belle Starr Story/Il mio corpo per un poker is a 1968 Italian made episodic Bonnie and Clyde type spaghetti western co-written and co-directed by Lina Wertmüller and starring Elsa Martinelli who also sings the title song. It is the only spaghetti western directed by a woman and one of the few which stars a woman in the title role. Wertmüller replaced after a few days Piero Cristofani, who was at his directorial debut.
Fangs of the Wild (1939)
Fangs of the Wild is a 1939 American film directed by Bernard B. Ray.
Dracula, Prisoner of Frankenstein (1972)
Black Lion (1992)
Boy Crush (2007)
The Village of No Return (2017)
The Village of No Return is a 2017 Taiwanese-Chinese action-comedy film directed by Chen Yu-hsun, starring Shu Qi, Wang Qianyuan, Joseph Chang, Eric Tsang and Tony Yang. It was released on January 26, 2017 in Taiwan and on January 28, 2017 in China.
The Hand of Franklin (2015)
The Hand of Franklin is a 2015 Canadian documentary film by Frank Wolf that follows a four-person team attempting to row the Northwest Passage in order to shed light on climate change in the Arctic. The film won the award for 'Best Documentary Feature' at the 2016 Ramunas Atelier International Film Awards, won for 'Best Canadian Film' at the 2015 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) and won the 'Adventure Award' at the 2016 San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival. It features music by Peirson Ross, The Cyrillic Typewriter, Sylvia Cloutier and Madeleine Allakariallak and airs in Canada on CBC's documentary channel.
A Clouded Name (1923)
A Clouded Name is a 1923 American silent film directed by Austin O. Huhn and starring Norma Shearer, Gladden James and Yvonne Logan.
The Restless Night (1958)
Restless Night is a 1958 West German war drama film directed by Falk Harnack and starring Bernhard Wicki, Ulla Jacobsson and Hansjörg Felmy. It is set on the Eastern Front during the Second World War.
The Olden Days Coat (1981)
Thar She Blows! (1968)
Passing Through (2018)
The Oregon Trail (1939)
The Oregon Trail (1939) is a Universal movie serial starring Johnny Mack Brown.
Cotton Patch Gospel (1988)
Man called Gringo (1965)
Man Called Gringo (German: Sie nannten ihn Gringo) is a 1965 German western film directed by Roy Rowland, written by Clarke Reynolds and Herbert Reinecker and starred by Götz George, Daniel Martín and Alexandra Stewart.
From India with Love (2017)
Shenmue: The Movie (2001)
Kirk Cameron Revive Us 2 (2017)
Following the great success of last year’s REVIVE US, Kirk Cameron returns to the big screen with REVIVE US 2 - A National Family Meeting for the family of faith. With political, racial, economic, and religious tensions increasing each day in America, Kirk explores UNITY and the path to get there. REVIVE US 2 offers a faith-filled solution for everyone. Join Kirk and his inspirational friends such as Dr. Ben Carson, Francis Chan, Ravi Zacharias, Joni Erickson Tada, spirited worship bands and other special guests for a night of hope, courage and unity.
From Here To Eternity: The Musical (2014)
The Lonely Ones (2006)
Selena Gomez: Reinvention (2013)