Savage Guns (1971)

Savage Guns (originally titled Era Sam Wallach... lo chiamavano 'così sia', and also known as His Name Was Sam Walbash, But They Call Him Amen) is a low-budget spaghetti western from 1971, directed by Demofilo Fidani and starring Robert Woods.

One Hundred and One Nights (1995)

One Hundred and One Nights (French: Les cent et une nuits de Simon Cinéma) is a 1995 French comedy film directed by Agnès Varda. It was entered into the 45th Berlin International Film Festival.

Adventures Into the Woods: A Sexy Musical (2012)

Nightmare on Elmo's Street (2015)

Let's Not Meet (2018)

Killer Caliber .32 (1967)

Killer Caliber .32 is a 1967 Italian Spaghetti Western film written and directed by Alfonso Brescia and starring Peter Lee Lawrence.

Spice Girls: Girl Power! Live in Istanbul (1997)

Kobe Doin' Work (2009)

Kobe Doin' Work is a 2009 documentary film directed by Spike Lee. It focuses on Kobe Bryant during one day of the 2007–08 Los Angeles Lakers season. Bryant granted filmmaker Spike Lee and 30 cameras unprecedented access to his life for one day. Kobe: Doin' Work premiered on ESPN on May 16, 2009.

King of the Wild (1931)

King of the Wild is a 1931 American Pre-Code Mascot movie serial.

Dracula vs Frankenstein (1972)

The Small One (1978)

The Small One is a 1978 American animated featurette produced by Walt Disney Productions and released theatrically by Buena Vista Distribution on December 16, 1978 with a Christmas 1978 re-issue of Pinocchio (1940). The story is based on a children's book of the same name by Charles Tazewell and was an experiment for the new generation of Disney animators including Don Bluth, Richard Rich, Henry Selick, Gary Goldman and John Pomeroy.

The Weight of Honor (2017)

Filmed over five years, THE WEIGHT OF HONOR follows the lives of the caregivers of veterans who have been catastrophically wounded in America's longest war.

The Everlasting Flame (2009)

Ocean Odyssey (2006)

Ocean Odyssey is a two-part, two-hour television programme produced for the BBC by the production company Impossible Pictures.

LeapFrog: The Talking Words Factory (2003)

White Nights (1957)

Le Notti Bianche (English: White Nights) is a 1957 Italian film directed by Italian neorealist Luchino Visconti. The movie takes its title and basic plot from Fyodor Dostoevsky’s 1848 short story "White Nights."

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.

Ayane's High Kick (1996)

The Adult Version of Jekyll & Hide (1972)

Malice@Doll (2001)

Malice@Doll is a 2001 Japanese computer generated original video animation directed by Keitarou Motonaga and written by Chiaki Konaka.

White Hell of Pitz Palu (1929)

The White Hell of Pitz Palu is a 1929 German silent mountain film co-directed by Arnold Fanck and Georg Wilhelm Pabst and starring Leni Riefenstahl, Gustav Diessl, Ernst Petersen, and World War I flying ace Ernst Udet. Written by Arnold Fanck and Ladislaus Vajda, the film is about a man who loses his wife in an avalanche while climbing the Piz Palü mountain, and spends the next few years searching the mountain alone for her body. Four years later he meets a young couple who agree to accompany him on his next climb. The White Hell of Pitz Palu was filmed on location in the Bernina Range in Graubünden, Switzerland. The 1929 theatrical release starred Kurt Gerron, who was Jewish, as a night club guest. The film was edited to remove scenes featuring Gerron, and it was rereleased as a 90-minute German-language sound film in 1935. It was remade in 1950.

Strip-Tease (1963)

Nico, future Velvet Underground singer, plays Ariane, a young ballet dancer living in Paris with dreams of stardom. To pay the rent she accepts a job in an upmarket strip club. Unable to go the whole way, she runs off the stage in tears. But soon she devises a unique act that captivates audiences and elevates her to superstar status in the competitive world of the 1960's Paris strip tease scene. With music by Serge Gainsbourg, this is the only mainstream movie in which Nico has a starring role. Her stunning looks and unearthly allure grace almost every shot.

Utopia (1951)

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Nana, the True Key of Pleasure (1983)

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.

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)

Fight!! Iczer-1 (1985)

Split (1989)

Split is a 1989 film directed by Chris Shaw, starring Timothy Dwight and Joan Bechtel. Starker (Dwight) attempts to counter the oppressive message of a big brother media and is forced to go into hiding. The film was notable for its early use of CGI. This was the final film appearance of Gene Evans.

Running Hot (1984)

Miss Zombie (2013)

When the Teramoto family received their new domestic servant, Sara (Ayaka Komatsu), they were provided specific instructions: do not feed her meat (“It may turn feral”) and use the enclosed pistol to “dispatch” it, if there is a threat of bodily harm.

Ranma ½: The Movie 1, Big Trouble in Nekonron, China (1991)

The Dirty Outlaws (1967)

The Dirty Outlaws, also known as Big Ripoff, King of the West and The Desperado (in original Italian, El desperado), is a 1967 Italian spaghetti western starring Andrea Giordana. Quentin Tarantino ranked the film 13th in his personal "Top 20 favorite Spaghetti Westerns".

The Scourge of Worlds: A Dungeons & Dragons Adventure (2003)

Vampire Cop (1990)

Dallos (1983)

In this anime classic, rebellion strikes a Moon colony in a future world. After years of pain at the hands of the Earth Federal Government, a group of colonists fight against injustice, guided by a strange and mysterious structure called ‘Dallos.’

Running Wild (1927)

A browbeaten W.C. Fields gains the roaring courage of a lion thanks to a vaudeville hypnotist in RUNNING WILD (1927), a raucously funny silent comedy. Fields Stars as Elmer Finch, a meek accountant nagged by his wife, harassed by his children, and awed by his boss. After he accidentally throws a horseshoe through a window, the cops are on his tail, and a suitably ridiculous chain of events puts him under the thrall of hypnosis, where he believes himself to be a lion. With newly leonine strength he visits all those who shamed and bullied him, and tries to get a raise in the process. Written and directed by the legendarily witty Gregory La Cava (My May Godfrey), RUNNING WILD is a non-stop laugh riot.

Bloody Sect (1982)

Brimstone & Treacle (1982)

A strange young man has a sinister effect on the family of a middle-aged writer. Written by Dennis Potter.

Scooby-Doo! and the Spooky Scarecrow (2013)

Scooby-Doo! and the Spooky Scarecrow is a 2013 Direct-to-DVD special based upon the Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoons as a Halloween special, released on September 10, 2013 on the 13 Spooky Tales: Run for Your Rife DVD.

Scooby-Doo! Mecha Mutt Menace (2013)

Scooby-Doo! Mecha Mutt Menace is a direct-to-DVD special based upon the Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoons, released on September 24, 2013 on the 13 Spooky Tales: Ruh-Roh Robot DVD.

Griffin & Phoenix (2006)

Griffin & Phoenix is a 2006 romance film produced by Gold Circle Films, starring Dermot Mulroney and Amanda Peet. It is a remake of the 1976 film Griffin and Phoenix. Since 2007, the film remake has been shown periodically on the Lifetime Movie Network.

Hour of Death (1964)

The Seven from Texas ( Spanish: Antes llega la muert, Italian: I sette del Texas, also known as Seven Guns from Texas and Hour of Death) is a 1964 Spanish-Italian western film directed by Joaquín Luis Romero Marchent. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Spaghetti Western at the 64th Venice International Film Festival.

The Phantom (1984)

The Phantom is a 1943 Columbia Pictures 15 chapter black-and-white cliffhanger superhero serial, produced by Rudolph C. Flothow, directed B. Reeves Eason, and starring Tom Tyler in the title role. It is based on Lee Falk's comic strip The Phantom, first syndicated to newspapers in 1936 by King Features Syndicate. The serial also features Jeanne Bates as the Phantom's girlfriend Diana Palmer, and Ace the Wonder Dog as the Phantom's trusty German shepherd Devil (who is a wolf in the original comic strip).

Scooby-Doo! and the Beach Beastie (2015)

Scooby-Doo! and the Beach Beastie is the sixth direct-to-DVD special produced by Warner Bros. Animation, based upon the Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoons. It was released on May 5, 2015, on the Scooby-Doo! 13 Spooky Tales: Surf's Up Scooby-Doo DVD.

Asako I & II (2018)

Asako I & II is a 2018 Japanese romance drama film directed by Ryūsuke Hamaguchi, starring Masahiro Higashide and Erika Karata. It was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. It is based on a 2010 novel by Tomoka Shibasaki about a woman who falls in love with two men who look the same but act completely differently.

American Nightmare (1983)

American Nightmare is a 1983 Canadian horror/thriller film directed by Don McBrearty and starring Lawrence Day, Neil Dainard, and Michael Ironside.

You Are Not Alone (2016)

Unflinchingly honest and boundlessly lyrical, the exploration of sexual awakening in You Are Not Alone was a turning point in world cinema. At a Danish boy’s boarding school in the late 1970s, Bo and Kim are naïve young classmates, whose friendship blossoms into a childlike love affair. When their friend is expelled for a prank involving lewd posters, the student body bands together to strike against the school and its authoritarian headmaster. Lasse Nielsen and Ernst Johansen’s classic film is a groundbreaking meditation on innocence, rebellion and love. Official Selection Chicago International Film Festival 1979

Full Metal Yakuza (1997)

Full Metal Yakuza is a 1997 Japanese action and satire film directed by Takashi Miike. It was written by Itaru Era and based on a story by Hiroki Yamaguchi.

Deported Women of the SS Special Section (1975)

Le deportate della sezione speciale SS (internationally released as Deported Women of the SS Special Section, SS Special Section Women and Deported Women) is a 1976 erotic-drama film directed by Rino Di Silvestro. The film is considered the first Italian nazisploitation film, after the "auteur" progenitors such as Liliana Cavani's art film Il portiere di notte and Tinto Brass' exploitation film Salon Kitty.

Tailspin Tommy in The Great Air Mystery (1935)

Tailspin Tommy in the Great Air Mystery is a 12-episode 1935 Universal movie serial based on the Tailspin Tommy comic strip by Hal Forrest and starring Clark Williams, Jean Rogers and Noah Beery, Jr.. The picture was the 96th of the 137 serials released by the studio (the 28th of which to be made with sound).

Target: Harry (1969)

Target: Harry (also known as How to Make It and the original title What's in it for Harry?) is a 1969 thriller film directed by Roger Corman. The film was originally meant as a television pilot for the American Broadcasting Company. Rather than show it as a made for television film, the film was released theatrically as How to Make It. The film was shot in Monaco and Turkey in 1967 with Monte Hellman editing the film in 1968. Roger Corman took his name off the film and credited himself as "Henry Neill".

Tower of Screaming Virgins (1968)

Escapes (2017)

Directed by Michael Almereyda (Experimenter) and executive produced by Wes Anderson (The Grand Budapest Hotel), Escapes blazes a wild path through mid-20th-century Hollywood via the experiences of Hampton Fancher – flamenco dancer, actor, and the unlikely producer and screenwriter of the landmark sci-fi classic Blade Runner. (Fancher also penned the story for its sequel, Blade Runner 2049.) A consummate raconteur, Fancher recounts episodes from his remarkable life — romantic misadventures with silver-screen stars, wayward acts of chivalry, jealousy, and friendship — matched with a parallel world of film and TV footage wherein Fancher plays cowboys, killers, fops, cads, and the occasional hero. Equal parts dense and fleet, Escapes shows how one man’s personal journey can unexpectedly shape a medium’s future.

Mobile Suit Gundam II: Soldiers of Sorrow (1981)

Kill or Be Killed (1976)

Kill or Be Killed is a martial arts movie that was made in South Africa in 1977 and was titled Karate Olympiad, but released in 1980 to capitalize on the popularity of American martial arts films.

American Guinea Pig: Bloodshock (2016)

Revolt of the Slaves (1960)

La rivolta degli schiavi, internationally released as The Revolt of the Slaves, is a 1960 Italian adventure film directed by Nunzio Malasomma. It is based on the novel Fabiola by Nicholas Wiseman.

Farewell Friend (1968)

Adieu l’ami (also known as Farewell, Friend, reissued as Honor Among Thieves) is a 1968 French-Italian film directed by Jean Herman and produced by Serge Silberman, with a screenplay by Sebastien Japrisot. The film was a big success in Europe and was crucial to Charles Bronson's career, making him a star over there, after being pigeonholed as a supporting actor in Hollywood.

And I'll Run to the Ends of the Earth (1979)

The Striker with Number 9 (1988)

The Striker with Number 9 is a 1989 Greek drama film directed by Pantelis Voulgaris. It was entered into the 39th Berlin International Film Festival. It is based on the novel by Menis Koumandareas and the screenplay was written by Vangelis Raptopoulos.

Tre donne - 1943: Un incontro (1971)

Hotel op Stelten (2008)

Qiz qalasi (2011)

Ulysse (1982)

The Complaint of an Empress (1990)

The Complaint of an Empress, is a 1990 film directed by Pina Bausch. It is the only film she directed

Lieb Mich! (2000)

Das Licht auf dem Galgen (1976)

Blutsschwestern (2014)

Tsar Ivan Vasilevich Groznyy (1915)

The Departure of a Great Old Man (1912)

Departure of a Grand Old Man is a 1912 Russian silent film about the last days of author Leo Tolstoy. The film was directed by Yakov Protazanov and Elizaveta Thiman, and was actress Olga Petrova's first film.

Stella di mare – Hilfe, wir erben ein Schiff! (1999)

Unter Strom (2009)

Adicolor Yellow (2006)

Yellow or Adicolor Yellow is a 2006 futuristic short film by director Neill Blomkamp, written by Terri Tatchell and Blomkamp. It was produced at the request of sportswear maker Adidas as a part of its "Adicolor" viral ads campaign, in which advertising agency IDEALOGUE gathered seven directors, assigning a different color to each of them, and asked them to produce a feature based on their emotional and creative response to the given color, later to be distributed in the form of podcasts.

The Ladies' Paradise (1930)

Million Dollars (2011)

An Créatúr (2007)

Mystery of the Puzzle (1993)

No One Comes Back (1945)

Space Battleship Yamato Resurrection (2009)

Space Battleship Yamato: Resurrection is a 2009 Japanese animated science fiction action film, and the first part of a planned series of films which are the latest addition to the Space Battleship Yamato saga. Resurrection is set in the year 2220, 21 years after the first Yamato story and 17 years after the story of the last film, Final Yamato. A wandering black hole is approaching the Solar System, and will surely destroy all life on Earth. The decision has been made to evacuate Earth's entire population. The planet to which Earth's population is being moved is called Amare, ruled by Queen Iriya, some 27,000 light years away in the Sairam star system. When the film opens, that task is already under way. The Yamato had been destroyed in 2203. While planned as the first of a series of films, no others would be forthcoming. After the success of the live action film a year after the release of Resurrection, production began on a reboot series, based on the original 1974 series instead of further sequel films; Space Battleship Yamato 2199 began screening cinematically in April 2012.

Arisha, der Bär und der steinerne Ring (1993)

Mae Bia (2015)

Mae bia is a 2001 Thai romance-horror film directed by Somching Srisuparp and starring Napakpapha Nakprasitte and Akara Amarttayakul.

In ginocchio da te (1964)

Le a fejjel (2005)

A Modern Coed (1966)

My Prostitute Love (1968)

The Dealers (2012)

Bank Bang (2008)

Bank Bang is a 2008 Greek comedy film directed by Argyris Papadimitropoulos. The film was one of the highest grossing Greek films in its season.

The Old Jockey (1941)

St. George Shoots the Dragon (2009)

St. George Shoots the Dragon is a Serbian war drama film directed by Srđan Dragojević and written by Dušan Kovačević. The movie premiered on March 11, 2009.

Rohfilm (1968)

Dalskabáty, hříšná ves aneb Zapomenutý čert (1976)

...and again that Lucy! (1984)

Lease Wife (2006)

Lease Wife is a 2006 drama film directed by Lu Xuechang, and is the story of a man who pays a prostitute to pretend to be his wife when he goes back to his village to visit his family. It is also known as The Contract.

Richelieu; or: The Conspiracy (1910)

Peterchen's Mondfahrt (1959)

Quel ragazzo della curva B (1987)

I Will Show You (1972)

Who Is That Man? (1985)

Everlasting Regret (2005)

Everlasting Regret is a 2005 Hong Kong film directed by Stanley Kwan, and produced by Jackie Chan. It is based on Wang Anyi's 1995 novel The Song of Everlasting Sorrow, about a woman's turbulent life in 20th century Shanghai.