The 12 Biggest Lies (2010)

Eternity's greatest battle, between truth and lies.

Out of the Shadows (2010)

New scientific techniques permit the layer-by-layer examination of paintings by famous artists.

The Ratings Game (1984)

The Ratings Game is a 1984 cable television film directed by Danny DeVito and produced by David Jablin. The Showtime comedy stars DeVito and Rhea Perlman, and features Huntz Hall, Michael Richards, George Wendt and Jerry Seinfeld.

1st Testament CIA Vengeance (2001)

A CIA agent (Ron Becks) who wants out of the spy business is assigned to train a seductive Korean counterpart.

Princess Lillifee and the Little Unicorn (2011)

Princess Lillifee and the Little Unicorn (German: Prinzessin Lillifee und das kleine Einhorn) is a 2011 German animated film directed by Ansgar Niebuhr and Hubert Weiland. It is the sequel to the 2009 film Prinzessin Lillifee.

Headline Crasher (1937)

Two journalists (Frankie Darro, Kane Richmond) investigate a senator (Richard Tucker) while he campaigns for re-election.

Desmond & the Swamp Barbarian Trap (2006)

Desmond & the Swamp Barbarian Trap (Swedish: Desmond & träskpatraskfällan) is a Swedish stop motion-animated feature film that premiered on 19 November 2006.

When Knights Were Bold (1936)

When Knights Were Bold is a 1936 British musical comedy film directed by Jack Raymond and starring Jack Buchanan, Fay Wray and Garry Marsh. Songs include "Let's Put the People To Work" sung by Jack Buchanan, "Onward We Go" sung by Buchanan & soldiers' chorus, and "I'm Still Dreaming" sung by Buchanan.

Concert (2011)

Richard Rappaport tries to find out why artists create their works.

The Tempest (1960)

A dethroned duke and his daughter become the rulers of an enchanted island after being cast adrift at sea.

Failan (2001)

Failan (Hangul: 파이란; RR: Pairan) is a 2001 South Korean film written and directed by Song Hae-sung. The film was adapted from the Japanese novel Love Letter by Jirō Asada. It stars Choi Min-sik and Hong Kong actress Cecilia Cheung.

The Dancing Years (1950)

The Dancing Years is a 1950 musical British film based on the musical by Ivor Novello.

Unbeaten (2009)

Paraplegics compete in a 267-mile race over the course of six days.

Maggie's Passage (2009)

A man (Mike Norris) and a woman help a teenager (Ali Faulkner) after she runs away from her adoptive mother (Janine Turner).

Paayum Puli (1983)

Paayum Puli is a 1983 Tamil action film directed by S. P. Muthuraman and starring Rajinikanth and Radha. It was a blockbuster and completed a 133-day run at the box office. The movie was dubbed in Telegu as Debbaku Debba and Hindi as Fauladi Mukka (1985). The movie is inspired from The 36th Chamber of Shaolin .

Peepers (2010)

Peepers is a 2010 film directed by Seth W. Owen and co-written with Daniel Perlmutter and Mark Slutsky.

Fly High (2006)

A Korean high-school student falls in love with a terminally ill classmate.

Erreway: 4 caminos (2004)

Erreway: 4 caminos (English: Erreway: 4 Ways) is a 2004 road movie film by the Argentine group Erreway. It was released in June 2004 in Buenos Aires. The main actors in this film are the stars of Erreway: Luisana Lopilato (Mía), Felipe Colombo (Manuel), Benjamin Rojas (Pablo) and Camila Bordonaba (Marizza), who portrayed their roles from television hit series Rebelde Way. The movie released on DVD in 2005.

The House of the Spaniard (1936)

The House of the Spaniard is a 1936 British comedy thriller film directed by Reginald Denham and starring Allan Jeayes, Peter Haddon and Brigitte Horney. It is set in Lancashire and Spain, during the ongoing Spanish Civil War. It was shot at Ealing Studios in west London, England, and on location in Lancashire and Spain. Art direction was by Holmes Paul. It was based on a novel by Arthur Behrend.

Perla w koronie (1972)

Pearl in the Crown (Polish: Perła w koronie) is a 1972 Polish drama film directed by Kazimierz Kutz. It was entered into the 1972 Cannes Film Festival. The film was also selected as the Polish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 45th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Caris' Peace (2011)

Caris Corfman performs her one-woman theatrical show.

The Stonecutter (2007)

An angelic child helps a stonecutter (Teiki Pambrum) learn a valuable lesson.

The Bosom Friend (1997)

A professor of math and physics is obsessed with women's breasts, especially those of German actress Senta Berger.

Krakatit (1948)

Krakatit is a 1948 Czechoslovak science fiction mystery film directed by Otakar Vávra, starring Karel Höger as a chemist who suffers from delirium and regret after inventing a powerful explosive. The film is based on Karel Čapek's novel with the same title, written in 1922. The name is derived from the volcano Krakatoa.

My Name Is Mallory... M Means Death (1971)

A retired colonel and his business partner defend their ranch from a malicious gunfighter.

Badass Monster Killer (2015)

Jimmy Chevelle, agent of the Department of Supernatural Security, is sent to Camaroville to stop sinister shape-shifters from destroying Earth.

The Ability Exchange (2016)

Filmmaker Bing Wang profiles the Disability Studies course at NYU Tandon, where engineering students and self-advocates with cerebral palsy team up to make movies.

Stoned Dead (2006)

Private investigators search for lost missionaries in the jungles of Panama. Instead, they find an army of the walking dead.

O Mercado de Notícias (2014)

A discussion of Brazilian journalism today, drawing inspiration from a 17th-century play.

The Bremen Town Musicians (1969)

The Bremen Town Musicians is a 1969 Soviet musical animated film produced by Soyuzmultfilm, directed by Inessa Kovalevskaya and written by Yuri Entin and Vasily Livanov, with music by Gennady Gladkov. It is based on the characters of Brothers Grimm fairy tale, Town Musicians of Bremen. The film became a cult hit in the Soviet Union because of its memorable musical soundtrack, which contains influences from Western rock 'n' roll music. One sequence in particular contains a musical motif inspired by the “I Want to Hold Your Hand” by the Beatles. Two sequels were made, including On the Trail of the Bremen Town Musicians (1973) and The New Bremen Town Musicians (2000).

Circle of Atonement (2015)

Three lives connected to a 10-year old murder case become entangled once more when a detective’s teenage daughter falls in love with her teacher.

Bouncing Babies (1929)

Bouncing Babies is a 1929 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. Produced by Hal Roach and released to theaters by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, it was the 92nd Our Gang short to be released.

This Naked Age (1932)

The origins of the nudist movement are traced from ancient Greece to the present.

Injecting Aluminum (2017)

In the early 90s, a mysterious muscular disease with symptoms that included severe muscle and joint pain began to surface among multiple patients in France. A team of doctors in Paris discovered that these patients had developed a new disease called Macrophagic Myofascitis, or MMF, which occurs when the aluminum hydroxide adjuvant from a vaccine remains embedded in the muscle tissue. What the pharmaceutical companies don’t make public is that the aluminum adjuvant was never rigorously tested before going on the market and there are alternative, much less toxic, adjuvants available. Featuring interviews with patients, doctors, scientists, and influential politicians, Injecting Aluminum examines aluminum’s devastating effects on the human body and calls into question the public health policies around aluminum in vaccines.

The Werewolf Reborn! (1998)

The Werewolf Reborn! is a 1998 horror film directed by Jeff Burr. It stars Ashley Cafagna-Tesoro and Robin Atkin Downes. A sequel titled Frankenstein & the Werewolf Reborn! was released in 2005.

Birds of a Feather (1917)

Birds of a Feather is a 1917 American short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd.

Allegiance of Powers (2016)

Allegiances of super powered people fight for control of a young girl who holds the ultimate power to control anything and everyone in the city. They will begin a war that in the end could bring the entire city crumbling down.

Princess (2006)

Princess is a 2006 adult-themed Danish animated film directed by Anders Morgenthaler and co-written by Morgenthaler and Mette Heeno. The film tells the harsh story of a 32-year-old missionary named August whose sister, a former porn star nicknamed "The Princess," has died of drug abuse and left behind her 5-year old daughter. August adopts the child and they embark on a violent mission of vengeance to destroy all existing pornographic material featuring Princess. Princess, rated for mature audiences, won awards at three European film festivals and was nominated for the 2007 Robert Award for Best Danish Film.

Rebellion in Patagonia (1974)

Rebellion in Patagonia (Spanish: La Patagonia rebelde) is a 1974 Argentine drama-historical film directed by Héctor Olivera and starring Héctor Alterio, Luis Brandoni, José Soriano and Federico Luppi. It was written by Olivera with Osvaldo Bayer and Fernando Ayala, based on Osvaldo Bayer's renowned novel Los Vengadores de la Patagonia Trágica ("The Avengers of Tragic Patagonia"), which was based upon the military suppression of anarchist union movements in Santa Cruz Province in the early 1920s. It was entered into the 24th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear.

Beat Angel (2004)

The spirit of author Jack Kerouac returns to Earth on the 30th anniversary of his death to change the lives of three unsuspecting people.

By Any Name (2017)

By Any Name is a 2016 British action thriller film, that has won two awards at the 2016 North Wales International Film Festival and is based on the book of the same name by Catrin Collier. The film follows the story of John West who is admitted to a psychiatric ward suffering from trauma-induced amnesia after he was found half naked running down a motorway and covered in blood. He has no memory of who he is. All he can recall is a detailed knowledge of sophisticated weaponry and military techniques that indicates a background in terrorism. When two armed soldiers guarding his room are murdered and Dr Liz Santer Samira Mohamed Ali, the psychiatrist assigned to his case, is abducted at gunpoint, a desperate hunt begins for a dangerous killer. Liz attempts to help her capture recover his memory despite all the warnings of what she might find. Is Liz in the hands of a homicidal terrorist or an innocent pawn? Her life depends on the right answer.

Misery Loves Company (2012)

A brokenhearted projectionist inverts into his own fantasy world after he gets dumped.

Special Agent K-7 (1936)

Special Agent K-7 is a 1937 American murder mystery film. FBI Special Agent K-7 Vince Landers (McGrail) investigates a series of crimes that includes the murders of Tony Black (Renaldo) and Eddie Geller (Castello). Billy Westrop (Reed) is the prime suspect.

Ada for Mayor (2016)

Filmmaker Pau Faus follows activist Ada Colau from her time organizing the anti-eviction fight in Barcelona to the day she is sworn in as mayor.

The Night of the Wild Boar (2016)

While looking for answers about her boyfriend's death in South America, a romance writer becomes entangled in a dark and deadly historical mystery.

Saeed Mirza: The Leftist Sufi (2016)

A profile of the celebrated Hindi film director known for embracing social concerns.

Yesterday Is Still Gone (2014)

Three friends come face to face with their pasts, confronting long-buried secrets.

STAR [Space Traveling Alien Reject] (2017)

A small blue alien flees certain death at the hands of the ruthless Meroarks and crashlands on Earth. There, he befriends a struggling, alcoholic writer.

The Crane Fighter (1979)

A beautiful girl goes against her father's wishes and secretly studies the crane technique.

2030 (2014)

2030 is a 2014 Vietnamese science fiction romance drama film written and directed by Nghiem-Minh Nguyen-Vo. The film was in selected as the opening night film in the Panorama section at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2014. It was awarded the Tribeca Sloan Filmmaker Award from the Tribeca Film Institute and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

This Woman Is Mine (1935)

18 Minutes is a 1935 British drama film directed by Monty Banks and starring Gregory Ratoff, John Loder and Benita Hume. Its plot concerns a lion tamer who adopts an orphaned girl.

Love Guide for Dumpees (2015)

At his ex's wedding, Jung-hoon meets Si-hoo. After a one night romp, they vow to meet nine more times, but they never see each other again.

The Radiant One (2016)

A troubled man turns himself into the police, convinced that a brush with the supernatural caused him to harm innocent people.

Sandcastle (2014)

A rebellious woman finally finds her place in society.

Dogs Without Names (2015)

After her beloved golden retriever dies, a filmmaker makes a documentary about people who rescue dogs and cats.

DiDi's Dreams (2017)

Didi is an actress trying to prove herself before her superstar sister, while Chunmei owns a noodle shop and got dumped by the boy she had fancied forever.When these two distinct lives cross path, where would fate take them?

I Am a Soldier (2015)

I Am a Soldier (French: Je suis un soldat) is a 2015 French-Belgian drama film directed by Laurent Larivière, starring Louise Bourgoin and Jean-Hugues Anglade. Set in Roubaix, France, the film follows Sandrine, an unemployed young woman who finds herself initiated into the illegal trade of dog trafficking. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. The original title of the film is taken from the lyrics of the Johnny Hallyday song "Quand revient la nuit".

The Cropsey Incident (2017)

A group of online social justice activists venture deep into the woods to uncover the truth behind a recent series of gruesome ritual murders - and to capture the person responsible. But what they come face to face with is something more deadly than any serial killer, an urban legend that is very real, and determined to make them his latest victims.

En construcción (2001)

A series of two-minute segments depicting the rhythm of work and physical labor.

The Boys Who Cried Wolf (2015)

The Boys Who Cried Wolf, also known as The Shepherd, is a 2015 South Korean crime thriller drama film. Written and directed by Kim Jin-hwang in his first feature-length for his Korean Academy of Film Arts (KAFA)'s final year undergraduate film project, it depicts how a former stage actor becomes involved in a murder case.

Priorat (2016)

Priorat. A region boasting 150 wineries, high-end wines on worldwide top ten lists and at fancy restaurants across the globe. But just 30 years ago, it had just 4 wineries and they were producing table wine. Eight centuries of wine production were on the brink of extinction. The young locals were fleeing to find work. Priorat was at the bottom of the barrel. How is such a radical transformation possible? They’re called the Magnificent Five. A handful of pioneers who came to Priorat in the early 80s. Seen as a bunch of hippies upstarts, few of the remaining locals had any confidence in them. But they brought talent and perseverance to the table and the locals brought hard work and their own tenacity at having kept grape-growing alive even while the region was in decline. This is the story of The Magnificent Five and the people of Priorat. How together, they turned a declining area into one of the most vibrant wine producing regions in Spain and the world, and found a future in their wine.

Deep in the Wood (2015)

Deep in the Wood (Italian: In fondo al bosco Italian pronunciation: [iɱ ˈfondo al ˈbosko]) is a 2015 thriller-drama film written and directed by Stefano Lodovichi and starring Filippo Nigro and Camilla Filippi.

Uncommon Law (2015)

After years of bailing each other out of bad dates by pretending to be married, best friends and longtime roommates Brendan and Melissa receive a court notice that labels them as being legally married.

Missamma (1955)

Missamma is a 1955 Indian Telugu-language romantic comedy film directed by L. V. Prasad. Produced by B. Nagi Reddy and Aluri Chakrapani's Vijaya Vauhini Studios, the film's script was adapted by Chakrapani from two Indian Bengali-language novels: Rabindranath Maitra's Manmoyee Girls School and Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay's Detective. Missamma also focused on social issues such as unemployment, corruption, and freedom of worship.

Human Targets (1932)

The Dale's need money for their sick mother and Bart Travis, having found gold, says he will provide it. Duke Remsden learns of the strike and waylays Buzz Dale as he tries to record Bart's deed. Then dressed as Bart, Duke kills and robs a man. With the Sheriff after Bart, Buzz escapes capture, finds the clothes worn to impersonate Bart, and heads for the Sheriff.

Forever and a Day: Scorpions (2015)

In FOREVER AND A DAY begleitet die renommierte Filmemacherin Katja von Garnier ("BANDITS", "OSTWIND") die Scorpions auf ihrer Farewell Tour, dem sorgfältig geplanten, langen Abschied von der großen Bühne

Sarah Colonna: I Can't Feel My Legs (2015)

New York Times Best Seller and "Chelsea Lately" regular, Sarah Colonna, has some stories to tell and she doesn't care what you think. From how to get out of jury duty to online dating, Sarah does not disappoint in this new special.

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (2011)

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate is a 2011 wuxia film directed by Tsui Hark and starring Jet Li, Zhou Xun, Chen Kun, Li Yuchun, Gwei Lun-mei, Louis Fan and Mavis Fan. The film is a remake of Dragon Gate Inn (1966) and New Dragon Gate Inn (1992) but takes place three years after. Production started on 10 October 2010 and is filmed in 3-D. The film screened out of competition at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in February 2012. The film received seven nominations at the 2012 Asian Film Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director.

House of Traps (1982)

House of Traps is a 1982 Shaw Brothers film directed by Chang Cheh, starring the Venom Mob. The story is based on the 19th-century novel The Seven Heroes and Five Gallants.

Backfire (1950)

Backfire is a 1950 crime film in the film noir style directed by Vincent Sherman and starring Edmond O'Brien, Virginia Mayo, Gordon MacRae, Viveca Lindfors, and Dane Clark. The film was written by Larry Marcus, Ben Roberts, and Ivan Goff. It is notable for launching the film noir careers of its writers and one of its actors. Although Backfire was completed in October 1948, it was not released until January 1950. However, screenwriters Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts would go on to write White Heat the year after working on Backfire. Edmond O'Brien would also star in White Heat, as well as in the seminal film noir, D.O.A., in 1950.

Prey Of The Chameleon (1992)

An asylum escapee (Daphne Zuniga) gets closer to an oilman (James Wilder) as she takes on his appearance, the better to kill him.

Second-Hand Hearts (1981)

Second-Hand Hearts is a 1981 American comedy film directed by Hal Ashby from a screenplay by Charles Eastman. A shorter version of this screenplay, under its original intended title The Hamster of Happiness, was written by Eastman for the unconventional NBC anthology series NBC Experiment in Television, which was broadcast in 1968 with Mildred Dunnock and Susan Tyrell in the cast. It was the second of three films Ashby directed which were produced by Lorimar Productions. The film stars Barbara Harris as a manic, mercurial widow separated from her three children, and Robert Blake as an insecure loner who inadvertently marries her after the two of them go on a drunken bender. After losing his job soon after their marriage, she badgers him into taking her to recover her children, currently in the custody of her less-than-accommodating in-laws, and taking them all to California in the hope of a better life for them all. The film follows the unusual incidents that occur along the road trip. The filming was plagued by trouble throughout production, much stemming from the erratic behavior of Ashby and writer Eastman. Although it was filmed in 1979, it was not released until 1981, and Paramount Pictures, at the time serving as Lorimar's theatrical distributor, chose to only open the film in New York and Los Angeles. This prompted Robert Blake, during one of his frequent guest appearances on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, to publicly complain about this decision; he presented a clip and tried to increase interest in the film. However, the New York/Los Angeles release received mostly negative reviews, and Paramount stood by its decision to not expand it to other cities. It briefly played cable television a year later, then virtually disappeared from circulation. Second-Hand Hearts, together with another Ashby film made for Lorimar, Lookin' to Get Out, got a British video release through Guild Home Video in the early 1980s, but never received a domestic home video release until 2013, when it was released on Manufacture-on-Demand DVD by Warner Archive.

It Lives Again (1978)

An epidemic of mutant monster babies sweeps America.

Before It Had a Name (2005)

Before It Had a Name is a 2005 film directed by Giada Colagrande and co-written by her and husband Willem Dafoe. The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival and was retitled as The Black Widow when it was released on DVD. It marked the first time Dafoe had developed a project to the point of being shot as well as the first time Colagrande had written in English.

Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe (1980)

Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe is a short documentary film directed by Les Blank in 1980 which depicts director Werner Herzog living up to his promise that he would eat his shoe if Errol Morris ever completed the film Gates of Heaven. The film includes clips from both Gates of Heaven and Herzog's 1970 feature Even Dwarfs Started Small. Comic song "Old Whisky Shoes", played by the Walt Solek Band, is the signature tune over the opening and closing credits.

Finding Hillywood (2013)

An award-winning documentary, FINDING HILLYWOOD chronicles one man's road to forgiveness, his effort to heal his country, and the realization that we all must one day face our past. A real life example of the power of film to heal a man and a nation.

Awake Zion (2013)

The connections between Jamaican music and Judaism.

Ninja in Action (1987)

A ninja fighter and his American girlfriend journey to Hong Kong in search of the man who murdered her father and stole a cache of diamonds.

Northern Comfort (2010)

Northern Comfort is a 2010 American improvisational film starring Rod Webber and Greta Gerwig. Shot primarily in three days for a paltry three thousand dollars, the film is the second of Webber's films based on a manifesto which has been likened to DIY Dogme films which use limited equipment and other resources in an attempt to create an atmosphere of realism not present in most traditional schools of film-making. The Boston Globe’s Ty Burr called it "DIY Dogme dedicated to Webber’s guiding maxim: 'The movie already exists, it’s just waiting to be found.’" During an interview for Gerwig's Greenberg starring Ben Stiller (Gerwig's first mainstream movie) she was asked whether she'd be doing more films for $3000 and replied, "[Laughs] Maybe not $3,000 budgets but maybe $50,000 budgets. I'm interested in making low-budget films not for the sake of making low-budget films but because a lot of filmmakers that I want to work with and that I like are working on a smaller scale."

Should Men Walk Home? (1927)

Should Men Walk Home? is a 1927 American short silent comedy film directed by Leo McCarey and starring Mabel Normand and featuring Oliver Hardy and Eugene Pallette.

Come Hell or High Water: The Battle for Turkey Creek (2013)

Derrick Evans, a Boston teacher, moves home to coastal Mississippi when the graves of his ancestors are bulldozed. Over the course of a decade, Derrick and his neighbors stand up to powerful interests to stand up for their rights.

The Red Detachment of Women (1961)

The Red Detachment of Women is a 1961 Chinese film by Xie Jin based on a script by Liang Xin. It is set in the 1930s and involves two peasant women who go into warfare. The cast includes Zhu Xijuan, Wang Xingang, Xiang Mei, Jin Naihua, Chen Qiang, and Niu Ben.

Neon Signs (1996)

An abandoned teen attempts to learn the rules of the road after being left by his mother at a roadside motel.

Mountain Justice (1937)

Mountain Justice is a 1937 film directed by Michael Curtiz.

The Mind's Eye (2015)

The Mind's Eye is a 2015 American horror film written and directed by Joe Begos. The film stars Graham Skipper, Lauren Ashley Carter, John Speredakos, Larry Fessenden, Noah Segan and Matt Mercer. The film was released on August 5, 2016, by RLJ Entertainment.

Ever After (Reloaded) (2011)

Jack, a young police detective, tracks Miko, a lone assassin, across the country as he performs a series of hits and counter hits for rival crime bosses.

Hoppets hamn (2011)

Three survivors of German concentration camps started life over in Malmo, Sweden, and share their stories from the moment of liberation to the present.

For Sale (2012)

Nacar, a young lab technician with huge debts, visits her mother's tomb every Sunday to talk to her. Her mother's spirit tells her to sell the family's tomb to pay bills and keep the family afloat.

The Heart and the Sweetheart (2014)

Maszenka, an 11-year-old girl, escapes from an orphanage with a new instructor to audition for a ballet school.

The Death of Jaime Roldos (2013)

Filmmakers Lisandra I. Rivera and Manolo Sarmiento provide a portrait of Jaime Roldos, Ecuador's first democratically elected president, who died with his family when their plane crashed in the mountains.

The Man Who Played God (1932)

The Man Who Played God is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by John G. Adolfi and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck. George Arliss stars as a concert pianist embittered by the loss of his hearing who eventually finds redemption in helping others; it also features a then little-known Bette Davis as the much younger woman in love with the protagonist. Warner Bros. promoted the film as an example that studios could produce motion pictures of social and moral value without the oversight of non-industry agents. It was modestly successful at the box office and was among Arliss' most popular films. The film was a remake of a 1922 silent film of the same name, also starring Arliss, ultimately based on a 1912 short story by Gouverneur Morris. In 1955 it was again revived as Sincerely Yours with Liberace.

Monster a-Go Go (1965)

Monster a Go-Go! is a 1965 American science fiction horror film directed by Bill Rebane and Herschell Gordon Lewis (who remained uncredited in association with this film). The film is considered to be one of the worst films ever made. In 1993, the film was featured in an episode of the satirical film-riffing television series Mystery Science Theater 3000 on Comedy Central.

Rockshow (1980)

Rockshow is a 1980 concert film by Paul McCartney and Wings, filmed during the band's 1976 North American tour. The film features 30 songs from four concerts of the tour: New York, on 25 May (four songs); Seattle, Washington, 10 June (five songs); and Los Angeles, California, 22 June (fifteen songs) and 23 June (six songs). Both the cover of the home video release and McCartney himself in his intro to McCartney Years DVD acknowledge only the Seattle concert, however. These concerts were part of the 1975–76 Wings Over the World tour, which also produced the triple live album Wings over America (1976) and the Wings Over the World television documentary (1979).

308 (2013)

Naya (Shandy Aulia) takes a job as a housekeeper in a five-star hotel, completely unaware that a hateful spirit lives in room 308.

Hold That Baby! (1949)

Hold That Baby! is a 1949 comedy film starring The Bowery Boys. The film was released on June 26, 1949 by Monogram Pictures and is the fourteenth film in the series.

In the Courtyard (2014)

Antoine is too depressed to go on playing in his rock band. After wandering in the streets, he decides to seek an occupation. Unskilled as he is, he is lucky to be hired as the caretaker of an old Paris apartment building. He soon proves good at his job, even if he performs it a little eccentrically, and everybody grows fond of him. Antoine also develops a particular friendship with Mathilde, a recently retired woman who lives in the block and whose mental balance is deteriorating...

Get Well Soon (2014)

Get Well Soon (French: Bon rétablissement !) is a 2014 French comedy film written and directed by Jean Becker.

Drowned Out (2002)

Drowned Out is a 2002 documentary by Franny Armstrong about the Sardar Sarovar Project. Shot over three years, Drowned Out follows one family’s stand against a government dam project which is set to destroy their home and their village.

Gigolette (1935)

Gigolette is a 1935 American romance film directed by Charles Lamont from a screenplay and story by Gordon Kahn. The film stars Adrienne Ames, Ralph Bellamy, Donald Cook, and Robert Armstrong.

Crypt of the Vampire (1964)

Terror in the Crypt (Italian: La cripta e l’incubo) is a 1964 Italian-Spanish horror film directed by Camillo Mastrocinque. The film is based on Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.