Primus (1971)

Robert Brown stars as Carter Primus, a global underwater troubleshooter. This undersea expert fights crime as well as sharks.

Eric Clapton: Live in Hyde Park (1997)

Live In Hyde Park is concert film recorded by blues-rock guitarist Eric Clapton on 29 June 1996 in London's Hyde Park. The concert was presented by the MasterCard Masters of Music for The Prince's Trust and featured songs from right across his career. The VHS of the footage from the concert was released in 1997, followed by a DVD version in 2001.

De Club van Sinterklaas (1999)

De Club van Sinterklaas is a Dutch kids' soap opera based on the legend of Sinterklaas and Zwarte Piet. The series follows a group of Black Pieten on their misadventures on their yearly way to the Netherlands. The series has a different subtitle every year in relation to the plot of the year. The show is incredibly popular in the Netherlands and has been the most successful show on the Dutch Jetix channel for several years and seems to be gaining in popularity with every season that comes by. Enormous merchandising has also appeared around the show over the years, ranging from CDs and DVDs to board games and collectible figures.

Sugar (2015)

The Great Camera Shootout 2010 (2010)

The Intruder II (2015)

The Best of the Post (1960)

The Best of the Post is a syndicated anthology drama series adapted from stories published in the Saturday Evening Post magazine. It was produced by John J. Enders and hosted by John Conte. A total of 26 half-hour episodes, all in color, aired from 1960 to 1961 with stars that included Marie Windsor, Pat O'Brien, Charles Coburn, Peter Lorre, Bonita Granville, Buddy Ebsen, and Vincent Price.

The Man Called X (1956)

The Schaefer Century Theatre (1952)

The Schaefer Century Theatre is a 30-minute American television anthology series sponsored by Schaefer Beer. A total of fourteen episodes aired in first-run syndication in 1952. Among its guest stars were Natalie Wood, Bonita Granville, Garry Moore, Billy Gray, and Ruth Warrick.

The Kallikaks (1977)

The Kallikaks is an American sitcom television series starring David Huddleston which centers around a family from Appalachia that moves to California to run a decrepit gasoline station. The show aired from August 3 to August 31, 1977.

The Fabricant Way (2014)

Life@Large (2012)

Special Agent 7 (1959)

Slam! (2013)

Lloyd (2015)

Project Z: History of the Zombie Apocalypse (2012)

Humanity's tinkering with genetically modified organisms has come to wreak havoc on a world already set upon by a failing world economy, health problems across the globe, natural disasters and human intolerance. When the dead stop staying dead, humanity has no choice but to fight for its continued survival. "Project Z" chronicle's humanity's climb from the ashes. Unlike most stories about the Undead Armageddon, "Project Z" is a story of hope. Humanity will survive. There is no other option.

Sunset Beat (1990)

#15SecondScare (2015)

30 Second Movies (2014)

The Real Deal (2016)

The Andy Williams Show (1959)

The Andy Williams Show was an American television variety show that ran from 1962 to 1971, and a short-lived run in syndication, beginning in the fall of 1976. It was hosted by crooner Andy Williams.

Between Women (2011)

The Beast (1996)

Sea biologist Dr. Talley is convinced that he has the answer for the mysterious things happening at Graves Point in which empty boats vanish into thin air.

The Steve Lawrence Show (1965)

The Last Doorway Show with Miss Misery (2007)

Ravenwatch (2016)

Secreto de Amor (2001)

Secreto de Amor is an American telenovela produced by Venevisión International in 2001. The telenovela was filmed in Miami, Florida and it starred Scarlet Ortiz and Jorge Aravena as the main protagonists while Colombian actress Aura Cristina Geithner and Venezuelan actress Astrid Gruber starred as the main antagonists.

The Blue Elephant (2014)

The Blue Elephant is a 2014 Egyptian Drama/Horror/Mystery film produced and directed by Marwan Hamed in Cairo, Egypt. The story was originally translated into film from an Arabic novel written by the famous Egyptian writer Ahmed Mourad, and starring Egyptian actors Karim Abdel Aziz, Khaled El Sawy and Nelly Karim. The film talks about a man called Yehia, who voluntarily comes out of isolation after five years, to resume his service in El-Abbaseya psychiatric hospital, where he is in charge of evaluating the mental health of the criminally insane.

Let's Do Things (1931)

Two idiots take Thelma and Zasu to a nightclub.

Love and Hostages (2016)

Two strangers meet in a bar and have too many drinks. The next morning they cannot remember what happened the night before and are forced to spend more time together when the the building goes into police lockdown.

Manhole (2014)

Manhole is a 2014 South Korean thriller directed by Shin Jae-young.

Child of the Big City (1914)

The Girl from the Street is a 1914 short film directed by Yevgeni Bauer.

The Green Fairy (2015)

The history of absinthe from 1730 to 1915.

Rigoberta Menchu: Daughter of the Maya (2016)

Rigoberta Menchu, winner of the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize, came from a remote section of Guatemala, survived a genocide and eventually became the voice of her people around the world.

Everything Or Nothing (2007)

Lynny (Natasha Melnick) is a drug whore. Living from fix to fix in a seedy dump with her abusive boyfriend and turning tricks to support their heroin habit, Lynny wakes up one day to realize that she's on the fast track to an early grave.

Antes que cante el gallo (2016)

Carmín is a teenager who lives in Barranquitas, a mountainous village in the center of Puerto Rico, with her tough and conservative grandmother. Carmín dreams of moving to the city, San Juan, with her mother but she just got remarried and is leaving for the US without her. Then, the arrival of her father after long years in prison eases Carmín’s profound sadness. The relationship with him, however, brings its own ambiguousness and complexities. Now the girl must learn to live between abandonment and carefulness; amidst desire and love to experience the deepest absence.

Haunted Mansion (2015)

A girl who has the ability to see ghosts spends the night in a haunted mansion with her classmates.

Onks Viljoo näkyny? (1988)

Onks' Viljoo näkyny? is a 1988 Finnish comedy film directed by Hannu Seikkula.

Kummeli Goldrush (1997)

Kummeli: Kultakuume is a 1997 Finnish comedy film starring Heikki Hela, Heikki Silvennoinen, Timo Kahilainen and Heikki Vihinen, stars of the Finnish sketch-series Kummeli. This was their second cinema-release after 1995's Kummeli: Stories. Kultakuume has a single plot whereas Stories was composed of long-sketches.

Shin Chan: The Adult Empire Strikes Back (2001)

Crayon Shin-chan: Fierceness That Invites Storm! The Adult Empire Strikes Back is a Japanese anime film released in 2001. It is the ninth installment of the Crayon Shin-chan series. The name is a reference to The Empire Strikes Back. It was released as Crayon Shinchan The Movie: Counter Attacking the Adult's Empire with English subtitles on VCD and DVD by PMP Entertainment.

It's Not Just You, Murray! (1964)

It's Not Just You, Murray! (1964) is a short film directed by Martin Scorsese.

Häpy Endkö? Eli kuinka Uuno Turhapuro sai niin kauniin ja rikkaan vaimon (1977)

Häpy Endkö? Eli kuinka Uuno Turhapuro sai niin kauniin ja rikkaan vaimon is a Finnish 1977 comedy film written by Spede Pasanen and directed by Ere Kokkonen. It is the fourth film in the Uuno Turhapuro series. Its title translates to "A Happy End? Or how Uuno Turhapuro got such a beautiful and rich wife".

Uuno Turhapuro (1973)

Uuno Turhapuro is a 1973 Finnish film directed by Ere Kokkonen, and the first, black and white Uuno Turhapuro film. It stars Vesa-Matti Loiri, Marjatta Raita, Pertti Pasanen, and Simo Salminen.

What on Earth Have I Done Wrong?! (2007)

What on Earth Have I Done Wrong?! is a 2007 Taiwanese comedy film directed, co-written, and co-produced by Doze Niu, starring himself as struggling film director-producer "Doze Niu", in his feature film debut. Billed as "an honest outlook inside Doze Niu's life and Taiwan's entertainment industry", the low-budget mockumentary was shot mainly home movie-style with little background music. Most of the actors portrayed themselves.