Phish 3D (2010)
Phish 3D is a 2010 concert film in 3D featuring the rock band Phish. It was filmed at Phish's Festival 8, a three-day, eight-set, 16-hour concert performed in October 2009 at the Empire Polo Field in Indio, California. The film opened with a sneak preview on April 20, 2010, followed by a limited one week engagement which began on April 30, 2010. The movie was produced by Action 3D Productions in association with Network Live and Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corp.
Containing songs exclusive to the film, Phish 3D features footage of the festival, viewed by over 40,000 fans, and of the band backstage and in rehearsals. It also shows a costumed performance of the full Rolling Stones album Exile on Main St. Phish 3D features songs from the band's first ever full-length acoustic set, as well as performances taken from the six additional sets.
Fun with Mr. Future (1982)
Fun with Mr. Future is a 1982 live-action/animated short film from Walt Disney Productions.
Once upon a blue moon (2015)
The Making of 'Silent Running' (1972)
Club Policy (2016)
Sonic Youth Feat. Lydia Lunch: Death Valley 69 (1986)
At What Cost? Anatomy of Professional Wrestling (2015)
Mr. Lockjaw (2015)
Man in Phone (2015)
High Tech Lincoln (2005)
A Man, a Woman, and a Killer (1975)
A Man, a Woman, and a Killer is a 1975 American drama film directed by Rick Schmidt and Wayne Wang. It is Wang's directorial debut.
The Embryo Who Came in from the Cold (2014)
An animated dramedy that merges reality and fantasy. Five frozen embryos in a fertility clinic, suddenly find themselves defrosted due to a technical problem. Although the embryos are siblings from the same mother (GAIA), they each have a different sperm donor father and therefore, due to paternal genetic make-up, each is endowed with super-powers in different areas. The embryos are African-American (LEWIS), German (ALPHA), Lithuanian (RAOUL), Japanese (TESTO) and origin unknown (BARRY). They aspire to go back to a human womb (preferably their mother’s) and be born, and so they embark on a journey to find their mutual biological mother, and discover why they were never reunited with her. What they don't know is that their mother is already married with a new man, and has a naturally-born child by now.
Death Screams (1982)
Death Screams (also titled House of Death or Night Screams) is a 1982 horror film directed by David Nelson.
T is for Talk (2011)
Women Are Better Diplomats (1941)
Women Are Better Diplomats (German: Frauen sind doch bessere Diplomaten) is a 1941 German musical comedy film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Marika Rökk, Willy Fritsch and Aribert Wäscher. It was based on a novel by Hans Flemming. The film was the first German feature film to be made in colour, and was one of the most expensive films produced during the Third Reich. The film met with a positive public response and was among the most popular German films of the early war years.
Stab 5 (2011)
Alone Time (2013)
The King On Main Street (1925)
The King on Main Street, also known as The King, is a 1925 American silent romantic comedy film directed by Monta Bell and starring Adolphe Menjou and Bessie Love. The film is based on 1908 French play Le Roi by Gaston Arman de Caillavet, Robert de Flers and Emmanuel Arène, and was adapted for the screen by Bell.
The King on Main Street includes two sequences filmed in early two-strip Technicolor. These sequences, along with a print of the film, still exist.
Kill Me Tomorrow (2000)
War for Guam (2015)
Toy Room (2010)
The Ballad of Sexual Dependency (1986)
A Cowboy's Silver Lining (2004)
Placer sangriento (1967)
Placer sangriento is a 1967 Argentine film.
Seeding Fear (2015)
Compass Rose (1967)
Dolls with Issues (2005)
Mr. and Mrs. (1964)
Meathook Massacre (2015)
2 Laps 2 Go (2005)
My Johnny (2014)
Karma Road (2010)
Suzanne, Suzanne (1982)
Suzanne, Suzanne is a 1982 short documentary film about a young African-American woman coming to terms with personal and family struggles. The film was directed by Camille Billops and James Hatch and is semi-autobiographical, based on Billops' niece, Suzanne.
In 2016 the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
Royal Opera House: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (2017)
At a garden party on a sunny afternoon, Alice is surprised to see her parents’ friend Lewis Carroll transform into a white rabbit. When she follows him down a rabbit hole events become curiouser and curiouser…
As Alice journeys through Wonderland, she encounters countless strange creatures. She’s swept off her feet by the charming Knave of Hearts, who’s on the run for stealing the tarts. Confusion piles upon confusion. Then Alice wakes with a start. Was it all a daydream?
Secondhand Sureshots (2008)
Dark to Dark (2016)
Age of Consent (2014)
Love... at Your Disposal (2000)
Fall of Grayskull (2015)
Metroid: The Sky Calls (2015)
Baraka: A Closer Look (2008)
720 Degrees (2010)
Deadwood Dick (1940)
Not to be confused with the nineteenth century dime novel hero, Deadwood Dick
Deadwood Dick (1940) was the 11th serial released by Columbia Pictures.
Diagram for Delinquents (2014)
We Are Strangers (2014)
Ben Folds Five Live from the Warfield (2013)
Afflicted, Inc. (2014)
Glitz 'N' Glamour with the Bratz (2006)
It's Dental Flossophy, Charlie Brown (1979)
The Soul of Nigger Charley (1973)
The Soul of Nigger Charley is a 1973 blaxploitation western film directed by Larry Spangler and starring Fred Williamson. It is the sequel to 1972's The Legend of Nigger Charley. It is followed by Boss Nigger. It is rated R in the United States.
Theodore of the Absurd (2012)
David Blyth's Damn Laser Vampires (2012)
Monaco Forever (1984)
Monaco Forever is a 1984 film directed by William A. Levey and starring Charles Pitt as an American jewel thief in Monaco. Michael (Pitt) is trying to set up a robbery of a jewel store, and runs into various characters along the way.
The film runs 28 minutes and is most notable for the first (although brief) appearance of Jean-Claude Van Damme as a character credited as "Gay Karate Man".
Where the Trail Divides (1914)
Where the Trail Divides is a 1914 American Western silent film directed by James Neill and written by William Otis Lillibridge. The film stars Robert Edeson, Theodore Roberts, J. W. Johnston, Winifred Kingston, James Neill and Constance Adams. The film was released on October 12, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.
The Wolf at the Door (2008)
The Empire of Diamonds (1920)
The Above (2015)
Canyon Dreams (1987)
The Sailor and the Seagull (1949)
Forget Everything You Have Ever Seen: The World of Santa Sangre (2011)
That Little Monster (1994)
Son of Jaguar (2017)
23rd Psalm Branch: Part I (1966)
Anarchy in the UK: The New Underground Cinema (2016)
The definitive documentary that chronicles the UK's 'Misrule Cinema Movement' boom from 2010-2016.
The Snob (1958)
Secret Life of Dogs (2013)
Up Your Teddy Bear (1970)
Julie Newmar (TV's Catwoman), Wally Cox (Mr. Peepers) and Victor Buono star in this sexy comedy about a nerdy doll maker who is seduced by the voluptous head of a toy company (Newmar)!
2045 Carnival Folklore (2015)
Bette Midler: Ol' Red Hair Is Back (1977)
The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1917)
Hand That Rocks the Cradle is an American silent film released in 1917. It was written, produced and directed by the husband and wife team Phillips Smalley and Lois Weber, who also play the lead roles. It was made in Hollywood under the working title Is a Woman a Person?
The plot follows the careers of a husband and wife pair of activists campaigning for sex education and family planning. The events in the film were largely inspired by the trial of Margaret Sanger.
The film was an unofficial sequel to Where Are My Children?, a 1916 film by the same team, and has been classified as a lost film. It was not a commercial success upon its release, and Weber later claimed to be unhappy with the finished product.
23rd Psalm Branch: Part II (1967)
Sophie's Turn (2017)
Re: Awakenings (2013)
Stormswept is a 1923 silent film starring brothers Wallace Beery and Noah Beery. The advertising phrase used for the movie was "Wallace and Noah Beery, The Two Greatest Character Actors on the American Screen". The film was written by Winifred Dunn from the H. H. Van Loan story, and directed by Robert Thornby. A print of the film survives in London's British Film Institute (BFI).
Marcus Garvey: A Giant of Black Politics (2008)
Engineering Ancient Egypt (2007)
One-Minute Time Machine (2014)
Broke: The New American Dream (2009)
Why You Do This (2010)
Can I Call You (2006)
The Couch Potato Workout (1988)
La Funcionaria Asesina (2009)
The Notorious Cleopatra (1970)
The Notorious Cleopatra is a grossly inaccurate sexploitation film, made in 1970 by Harry Novak. In this version Cleopatra is stabbed to death in her tub by Mark Antony.
This film has little relation to history, instead it is farce that completely misportrays actual events. Caesar is shown as a fat drunken slob who dispatches Mark Antony to bring Cleopatra, played by Sonora, back to Rome. Cleopatra in disguise with her servant visits Rome and sneaks into one of Caesar's orgies. Later Mark Anthony falls under Cleopatra's spell, murders Cesear and later in a jealous rage murders Cleopatra in her bath. He then commits suicide.
This movie is available from Something Weird Video on a DVD with The Secret Sex Lives of Romeo and Juliet (1969).
I, a Negro (1958)
Moi, un noir ([mwa œ̃ nwaʁ], "Me, a Black [person]"; also released as I, a Negro) is a 1958 French ethnofiction film directed by Jean Rouch. The film is set in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.
Ballad of Mary Slade (2007)
Seattle: Gateway to the Northwest (1940)
Candid Cameramaniacs (1937)
Pat Morita: Long Story Short (2017)
Hyde and Hare (1955)
Hyde and Hare is a 1955 Looney Tunes Bugs Bunny cartoon, directed by Friz Freleng. The cartoon pits Bugs against Dr. Jekyll, who continues to turn into Mr. Hyde. The title is a play on the expression "neither hide nor hair."