Mr. Dial Has Something to Say (2007)

The Big Brain (1933)

The Big Brain is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Sy Bartlett and Warren Duff. The film stars George E. Stone, Phillips Holmes, Fay Wray, Minna Gombell and Lilian Bond. The film was released on August 5, 1933, by RKO Pictures.

K9 Patrol-Unleashed (1998)

Black Crown (1951)

The Black Crown (French:La Couronne noire, Spanish:La corona negra) is a 1951 French-Spanish drama film directed by Luis Saslavsky and starring María Félix, Rossano Brazzi and Vittorio Gassman. It is based on the story La Vénus d'Ille by Prosper Mérimée.

The Fires, Howling (2014)

The Passing (2011)

Avril Lavigne: Live in Seoul (2004)

Can I Stay (2015)

Song of the Buckaroo (1939)

Song of the Buckaroo is a 1938 American Western film directed by Albert Herman and written by John Rathmell. The film stars Tex Ritter, Jinx Falkenburg, Mary Ruth, Tom London, Frank LaRue and Charles King. The film was released on December 7, 1938, by Monogram Pictures.

Pearl Harbor: The Accused (2016)

Ancient Extraterrestrials: Aliens and UFOs Before the Dawn of Time (2013)

My First Kiss and the People Involved (2016)

No Rest for the Wicked: A Basil & Moebius Adventure (2011)

Me and Ichikawa (2015)

Neighborhood Food Drive (2017)

Prelude 4 (1996)

Let Charlie Do It (1972)

Automobile Waltz (2014)

Death and the Robot (2013)

Bachelor of Arts (1934)

Bachelor of Arts is a 1934 American drama film directed by Louis King and written by Lamar Trotti. The film stars Tom Brown, Anita Louise, Henry B. Walthall, Mae Marsh, Arline Judge and Frank Albertson. The film was released on November 23, 1934, by Fox Film Corporation.

Meth to Madness (2011)

Something of Mine (1991)

Sight & Sound Theatres Presents: Moses (2018)

He’s an unlikely hero, exiled and insecure – until God calls him to free the Israelites! Experience the epic story of MOSES in jaw-dropping scale, brought to life on stage with massive sets, spectacular special effects and live animals. Filmed before a live audience, it’s an unforgettable, uplifting production that takes your family right into the center of the Red Sea.

Time of the Innocent (1964)

Time of the Innocent (German: Die Zeit der Schuldlosen) is a 1964 German drama film directed by Thomas Fantl, based on a play by Siegfried Lenz. It was distributed by Columbia-Bavaria Filmgesellschaft in Germany and represented by Export-Film Bischoff world wide. It was entered into the 14th Berlin International Film Festival. It opened in the presence of President Lübcke and his wife, German Chancellor Erhard, Vice Chancellor Mende, Secretary of State Schröder, Minister Westrick, "Bundespressechef" von Haase in Berlin's famous Zoo-Palast, which is one of the highest attendances of German politician to a Berlinale premiere.

We Were Not Made For This World (2014)

Night in Paradise (1946)

Night in Paradise is a 1946 American film produced by Walter Wanger and directed by Arthur Lubin. In 560 BC King Croesus of Lydia incurs the wrath of the sorceress Queen Attossa he had promised to marry, when he chooses the beautiful Delarai of Persia instead. Attossa, in disembodied form, mocks Croesus nearly to the point of madness, so he seeks a solution from the fortune-teller Aesop, who is very young and handsome, but believes that people only receive wisdom with age, arrived from the Isle of Samos in disguise of an old man with a hunch, a limp, and a cane. But Aesop also has eyes for Delarai. This expensive, lavish Technicolor production of plaster Grecian temples and painted skies was Wanger's second attempt to film the novel, and ended up costing $1.6 million and losing Universal some $800,000. One source describes it as a kitschy "Maria Montez vehicle without Maria Montez". (The correct title is Night in Paradise, not "A Night in Paradise" as some sources have it.)

Uchuu Keiji Shaider Next Generation (2014)

En Vogue: Live In the USA (2002)

I've Always Been Here (2015)

The Shooting of Dan McGoo (1945)

The Shooting of Dan McGoo is a cartoon directed by Tex Avery. It starred Frank Graham as the Wolf. Both Avery and Bill Thompson voiced the lead character Droopy. Sara Berner did the speaking voice of Lou, while her singing was provided by Imogene Lynn. The cartoon was edited for a 1951 re-release, removing two cigarette-related gags from the film (as well as the original opening titles).

Nothing in the Flowers (2011)

In Fidelity (2010)

Rustlers (1949)

Rustlers is a 1949 American Western directed by Lesley Selander. The film is a Tim Holt B Western about a group of Arizona ranchers intent on stopping a gang of cattle rustlers.

The Cautious Twins (1960)

Lemonade War (2014)

Curious (2006)

Santa Claus' Punch and Judy (1948)

Soulmate (2006)

Derren Brown: The Gathering (2005)

Northern Great Mountain (2016)

Varnette's World: A Study of a Young Artist (1979)

There's No Tomorrow (2012)

Shaye & Kiki (2004)

Hercules in the Valley of Woe (1961)

Hercules in the Valley of Woe (Italian: Maciste contro Ercole nella valle dei guai, also known as Maciste Against Hercules in the Valley of Woe) is a 1961 Italian Franco and Ciccio comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Kirk Morris as Maciste and Frank Gordon as Hercules.

Higher Than A Kite (1943)

Higher Than a Kite is the 72nd short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1943 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

House: After Five Years of Living (1955)

Psychopaths (2011)

Donald and Jess (2015)

Basil Poledouris: His Life and Music (1997)

Outerborough (2005)

Bats of the Round Table (2014)

Of Gods and Kings: The Skyros Horse (2013)

Auf Der Sicheren Seite (2010)

Hellstorm (2015)

Viva Baseball! (2005)

The Abundance Factor (2015)

Show Me the Way to Go Home (1932)

The cartoon characters only want one thing: a drink. Very funny situations, followed by a singalong to three drinking songs. In a live-action sequence in the middle of the cartoon, a drunk staggers around while the audience sings to him.

The Legend of Swee' Pea (2015)

The Legend of Swee’ Pea follows the twists and turns of fortune in the life of a basketball prodigy: his dramatic downfall, miraculous comeback, and, finally, the bittersweet confrontation with a life imperfectly lived.

Sunstroke at the Beach Resort (1973)

Sunstroke at the Beach Resort (Danish: Solstik på badehotellet) is a 1973 Danish comedy film directed by Klaus Pagh and starring Daimi.

It Shines and Shakes and Laughs (2009)

Full Circle (2003)

Visitors Parking (2015)

Barely Proper (1975)

Brasilia: City of the Future (2015)

Postcard from San Miguel (1996)

This Close or This Far (2009)

The Road to Magnasanti (2017)

I shot JFK (2013)

Salute (1999)

Next Door Paradise (2010)

Outcasts of Black Mesa (1950)

Outcast of Black Mesa is a 1950 American western film directed by Ray Nazarro, and starring Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, Martha Hyer, Richard Bailey, and Stanley Andrews. The film was released by Columbia Pictures on April 13, 1950.

The Equinox... A Journey Into the Supernatural (1967)

Jonah: On Stage! (2017)

Get ready for a jaw-dropping adventure for the whole family as one of the Bible’s biggest stories comes to life in Sight & Sound Theatre's hit musical, Jonah: On Stage! When God calls for Jonah to offer mercy and forgiveness to the people of Nineveh, he runs straight … in the opposite direction! But as Jonah discovers on his long journey, God is always willing to offer anyone another chance.

Fanny Hill Meets the Red Baron (1968)

Prelude 6 (1996)

Sweet Daddy (1921)

New Cops (2016)

I'm Scared (2017)

The Wabbit Who Came to Supper (1942)

The Wabbit Who Came to Supper is a 1942 American Warner Brothers Merrie Melodies cartoon featuring early appearances by Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. The Elmer character is in a transitional state from his earliest appearances in Bob Clampett's shorts and the appearance which he adopted around 1943. This short is one of several pre-August 1948 WB cartoon shorts that lapsed into the public domain due to United Artists failing to renew the copyright in time. The title of the short is a reference to the 1942 Warner Brothers film version of the 1939 George S. Kaufman Broadway comedy The Man Who Came to Dinner, in which an overbearing house-guest threatens to take over the lives of a small-town family.

Escuchando Al Juez Garzon (2011)

God on a Leash (2017)

It's Not Your Fault (2015)

Heal (2010)

Some Analog Lines (2006)

Head Over Heels in Love (1937)

Jeanne, loved by radio engineer Pierre, falls instead for Marcel, an idle womaniser. However, Pierre helps her become a success on the radio after Marcel has inevitably left her and run off with a film star. Now she is famous, she is attractive once more to the selfish Marcel, but Pierre, faithful and patient, does not want to lose her again.

She Was So Pretty (2016)

Bangles Greatest Hits (1990)

Red Trail 90 (2014)

Dream Nightmare (2016)

The Man from Blankley's (1930)

The Man from Blankley's is a lost 1930 American Pre-Code comedy film, directed by Alfred E. Green. It starred John Barrymore and Loretta Young. The film was based on the 1903 play by Thomas Anstey Guthrie, writing under the pseudonym "F. Anstey". The film was Barrymore's second feature length all-talking film. A previous silent film version of Anstey's play by Paramount Pictures appeared in 1920 as The Fourteenth Man starring Robert Warwick. That version is also lost.

Fedor: The Baddest Man on the Planet (2009)

Egg (1980)

The Scooby-Doo Project (1999)

Moonbeams (2001)

All Soul's Day (1961)

All Souls' Day is the English title for Zaduszki, a film released in 1962, directed by the Polish film director Tadeusz Konwicki. Much like Konwicki's 1958 film The Last Day of Summer, All Souls' Day is a story of survivors and the lasting psychic damage of World War II. In both films, the director embraces his position as a film amateur, self-consciously avoiding genre conventions. Unlike his earlier effort, however, All Souls' Day is driven by more conventional plot and dialogue elements that move beyond experimental filmmaking. Two young lovers, Wala (Ewa Krzyzewska) and Michael (Edmund Fetting), travel to a provincial town to spend the weekend at a small hotel. Memories of the war and Wala's guilt in the wake of a previous lover's death hang in the air. While both Michael and Wala are starving for love, they cannot transcend their wartime experiences. The film won the Special Jury Award at the International Filmfestival Mannheim-Heidelberg in 1962.

Michael Kamen: Concert for Saxophone (1991)

VOID (Video Overview in Deceleration) (2005)

Bird, Bath and Beyond (2003)

Shot Up & Shot Down (2013)

Persian Series #1 (1999)