Return to the Lost World (1992)

Return to the Lost World is a 1992 film directed by Timothy Bond and John Rhys-Davies, Eric McCormack, David Warner, Nathania Stanford, Darren Peter Mercer, and Tamara Gorski. It is a sequel to the film The Lost World, which was released the same year.

Lust In The Dust (1985)

For the 1946 film nicknamed "Lust in the Dust", see Duel in the Sun. Lust in the Dust is a 1985 Western comedy film starring Divine, Tab Hunter, Cesar Romero, and Lainie Kazan, and directed by Paul Bartel.

If Lucy Fell (1996)

If Lucy Fell is a 1996 romantic comedy film written and directed by Eric Schaeffer, who also co-stars in the film alongside Sarah Jessica Parker, Ben Stiller and Elle Macpherson. It was released on DVD January 30, 2001. A young Scarlett Johansson plays a neighbor / art student of the main couple.

Death 2 Hipsters (2014)

The creators of "Dark Fall” bring you “Death 2 Hipsters", the outrageous surf comedy without a synopsis, because synopsis’s are too mainstream, and that’s just NOT KEWL.

Then There Were None (1996)

More than half a million native Hawaiians were living in the islands at the time of European contact in 1778. Within 50 years, that population was cut in half as Western diseases claimed thousands of lives. A litany of events followed: American missionaries preached unfamiliar ideas and customs; sugarcane and pineapple plantations absorbed individual farmlands; waves of immigrant workers arrived, making Hawaiians a minority in their own land; and WWII brought a lasting military presence. University of Hawai'i sociologists estimate that the extinction of full-blooded Hawaiians could come within the next 45 years. This compelling story of a race displaced and now on the verge of extinction is brilliantly told in this award-winning documentary created by the great-granddaughter of Hawaiian high chiefs and English seafarers.

Dora's Christmas Carol Adventure (2009)

¡Feliz Navidad! It's Christmas time, but Swiper is up to no good! After he lands on Santa's naughty list, Dora must help the sneaky fox discover the true spirit of Christmas. You can help too as you join Dora in this retelling of a holiday classic!

As Young As You Feel (1951)

As Young as You Feel (1951) is a comedy film starring Monty Woolley, Thelma Ritter, and David Wayne, with Marilyn Monroe in a small role.

Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952)

A masked flying hero (Judd Holdren) meets deadly Martian creatures.

The Girl Who Shagged Me (2005)

When Dr. Unsound and his evil henchwoman steal the Goddess of Lust, frozen in ice for centuries to prevent her reign of erotic chaos, it's up to super-sexy international espionage agent Johnson (Misty Mundae) to track her down and save the world - at whatever cost!

Andy Hardy's Private Secretary (1941)

Andy Hardy's Private Secretary is a 1941 American family film comedy directed by George B. Seitz. The film stars Lewis Stone, Mickey Rooney, Kathryn Grayson, Ann Rutherford and Fay Holden. This was the tenth of the 16-film Andy Hardy series.

Night School (1981)

Night School (released in the United Kingdom as Terror Eyes) is a 1981 American slasher film directed by Ken Hughes and starring Rachel Ward in her feature film debut. The plot revolves around a series of gruesome decapitation murders happening among college coeds in Boston, Massachusetts. The film was originally to be directed by Alfred Sole but Sole passed on the project. Ken Hughes was ultimately brought in to direct, this would be his final film. The music score was composed by Brad Fiedel. The film premiered at the Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival in 1981, and was released theatrically in the United States in April 1981. Night School was denounced by critics upon release, and in England became a video nasty. The film has developed a small cult following among slasher fans, and in 2011, it was given its first DVD release by Warner Archive with a remastered transfer.

The Tattooist (2007)

From the makers of 30 Days of Night and The Grudge comes this terrifying supernatural thriller. A tattooist (Jason Behr) unwittingly unleashes a forcible deadly spirit through an ancient Samoan tattoo tool. Now marked for death, he will need to uncover the source of the evil in order to save his new love, and recover his own soul.

Alice's Adventures In Wonderland (1972)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is a 1972 British musical film based on the Lewis Carroll novel of the same name and its sequel, Through the Looking-Glass, directed by Australian television producer-director William Sterling. It had a distinguished ensemble cast with a musical score by John Barry and lyrics, Don Black. In 1973, the film won the BAFTA Film Award at the BAFTA Awards Ceremony for Best Cinematography, won by Geoffrey Unsworth, and Best Costume Design, won by Anthony Mendleson. Stuart Freeborn created make-up for the film based closely on the original John Tenniel drawings in the first edition of the novel.

When The Boys Meet The Girls (1965)

When the Boys Meet the Girls is a 1965 American musical film, directed by Alvin Ganzer and starring Connie Francis and Harve Presnell. Guy Bolton and Jack McGowan were both uncredited in their roles as the writers for the play on which the film is based.

Fidel (1971)

FIDEL provides a unique view of Cuba's controversial and most polarizing leader. In 1968, Castro took filmmaker and activist Saul Landau on a weeklong jeep ride through the eastern mountains. There, he plays baseball with a group of peasants, visits his pre-school and trades jokes with a 98-year old man. Fidel also listens to the people's concerns about food distribution, bad roads and transportation. Landau captures Cuba's revolutionary chief early in the morning in his tent. The camera zooms in on his dirty and delicate fingernails holding his trademark cigar while he tells a story of Símon Bolivar and offers tactical advice to guerrilla warriors throughout the Third World. The film contains rare and fascinating archive footage of the Bay of Pigs invasion and scenes of Che Guevara alongside interviews with political prisoners. Spectacular photography and editing with hot Cuban music provide the cinematic aesthetics that give this film beautiful form to accompany its exciting content.

Sesame Street: Sesame Sings Karaoke (2003)

Get ready for a musical extravaganza with the Muppets from Sesame Street! Something's in the air on Sesame Street that makes everyone want to sing! Elmo and Rosita break into song when they have a playmate, but can't find each other! "Won't Somebody Come and Play?" The music goes on into the night when Sesame Street stays up late to sing more songs - karaoke style. Kids of all ages can sing and dance along to renditions of such Sesame Street favorites as "ABC-DEF-GHI," "You Say Hola, Ladybug Picnic," "New Way to Walk," "Let's Go Driving," "and People in Your Neighborhood." And the beat goes on - even with forgotten lyrics, stage fright and a broken karaoke machine! Featuring special guest performance clips by Gloria Estefan, Destiny's Child and Ben Stiller!

Jamie Foxx: I Might Need Security (2002)

Jamie Foxx: I Might Need Security is a 2002 stand-up comedy television special starring Jamie Foxx. It premiered on HBO. It is his second stand-up special following 1993's Jamie Foxx: Straight from the Foxxhole. The DVD bonus features include behind the scenes commentary by Chris Spencer and deleted scenes commentary by Chris Foxx. The DVD has since sold over 200,000 copies in the United States earning a multi platinum certification.

Torchlighters: The Eric Liddell Story (2007)

Pressure to follow public opinion couldn't get much stronger. National hero Eric Liddell is Scotland's pride and joy. The entire country is eager for their running celebrity to sprint past the rest of the world and bring home Olympic gold in the 100-meter race. But when Eric makes the stunning announcement that he won't race on Sunday because of his religious convictions, he is soon labeled a disgrace and a traitor. See how Eric's famous stand during the 1924 Olympics prepares him for even greater challenges as a missionary to China during World War II. Torchlighters is a series of animated programs for youth ages 8-12, presenting the lives of true-life heroes from Christian history. When kids see what God can do through a "Torchlighter" who is devoted to carrying out His will and purposes, they too may want to carry a torch of faith by serving Him.

Deadly Target (1994)

Deadly Target is a 1994 action/martial arts film from PM Entertainment Group, written by Michael January and James Adelstein, produced by Joseph Merhi and Richard Pepin, directed by Charla Driver, and starring Gary Daniels, Ken McLeod, Max Gail, Byron Mann, and Susan Byun.

Aya: Awakenings (2013)

A journalist travels to the Amazon Jungle to uncover the mysteries surrounding a powerful plant medicine made by shamans.

Quicksilver (1986)

Quicksilver is an American drama film released in 1986 on Columbia Pictures, starring Kevin Bacon. The film was written and directed by Thomas Michael Donnelly, the film also includes Jami Gertz, Paul Rodriguez, Louie Anderson, Larry Fishburne, and Rudy Ramos.

Barney's Halloween Party (1998)

It's Halloween and Barney and his friends are decorating the gym for an exciting party at the school. Meanwhile, BJ and Baby Bop are getting ready for a fun-filled night of trick-or-treating in their costumes. After the fun search for Halloween treats, BJ comes up a bit empty-handed. But when he and Baby Bop arrive back at school, they find out that their friends have plenty of surprises waiting for them. Sometimes, the best treats at Halloween are good friends!

Quicksand (2003)

Weather can be one's most frightening foe. Other than war, weather is the cause of the world's worst disasters. This video raisespublic awareness with its depictions of some of America's most devastating hurricanes, tornadoes and flash floods.

Walk By Faith (2007)

After leaving her fiance at the altar, a woman (LaRita Shelby-Mullen) meets a possible suitor (John Maddox) who wants to control her life.

Allosaurus: A Walking with Dinosaurs Special (2000)

The Ballad of Big Al is a two episode series of Walking with Dinosaurs specials following the real-world Allosaurus specimen "Big Al". It first aired on BBC One in the United Kingdom during Christmas 2000.

Bad Movie Police Case #3: Humanoids from Atlantis (2004)

For anyone who's ever watched a movie so bad you wished acting required a permit or that a 14-day waiting period was mandatory to buy a camera...the Bad Movie Police are back! Follow the adventures of Sgt. Elke Mantooth, Lt. Drucilla Dread and The BMP Task Force as they seek out the worst "cine-terrorists" in movie history and bring their crimes to justice for your entertainment! The third time is not a charm as the BMP butt heads with a gregarious bad actor whose tenuous tie to celebrity is a bit part in the 1992 fiasco HUMANOIDS FROM ATLANTIS. As if that isn't bad enough, you'll have to endure the worst "actor running around in a bad monster suit" movie ever made during a biting-cold Ohio winter where the so-called "creature" can't even get in the water...!

The Mummy's Curse (1944)

The Mummy's Curse is the 1944 horror film follow-up to The Mummy's Ghost. This film marks Lon Chaney, Jr.'s final appearance as Kharis, the Egyptian mummy. Although the previous two films in the series take place in Massachusetts, The Mummy's Curse moves the action to Louisiana with no explanation being given for the change.

Movie Movie (1978)

Movie Movie is a 1978 American double bill directed by Stanley Donen. It consists of two films, Dynamite Hands, a boxing ring morality play, and Baxter's Beauties of 1933, a musical comedy, both starring the husband-and-wife team of George C. Scott and Trish Van Devere. A fake trailer for a flying-ace movie set in World War I entitled Zero Hour (also starring Scott) is shown between the double feature. Barry Bostwick, Red Buttons, Art Carney and Eli Wallach also appear in both segments, with Harry Hamlin, Barbara Harris and Ann Reinking featured in one each. The script was written by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller.

Mrs. Santa Claus (1996)

Mrs. Santa Claus is a 1996 American made-for-television musical fantasy-comedy film starring Angela Lansbury in the title role as Mrs. Claus, the wife of Santa Claus. The film was billed as the first original musical written for television since Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella in 1957. It was originally broadcast as a Hallmark Entertainment presentation on CBS on December 8, 1996.

Mickey (1948)

Mickey (1948) is a coming of age comedy drama film starring Lois Butler, Bill Goodwin, Skip Homeier and Academy Award-winning actress Hattie McDaniel. The film was based on the novel Clementine by Peggy Goodin and was filmed in Cinecolor.

Martin Lawrence: You So Crazy (1994)

You So Crazy (1994) is a stand up comedy film starring Martin Lawrence. It was his first major film and stand up act. The film was directed by Thomas Schlamme. Lawrence wears a black, leather suit in the film similar to the wardrobe worn by Eddie Murphy in his films Delirious and Raw. During the routine, Lawrence touches on various topics such as his success, growing up, sexual acts and racism. The concert was filmed at the Majestic Theatre in 1993 in New York City before a sold out crowd. Martin followed You So Crazy up with Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat in 2002. You So Crazy helped Lawrence breakout during the early 1990s. The film went on to become a success for Lawrence, generating over $10 million at the box office. The film originally received an NC-17 rating from the MPAA, causing Miramax (the film's original distributor) to sell it to Samuel Goldwyn, which released it unrated.

Office Killer (1997)

A mousy office worker accidentally kills one of her coworkers, then proceeds to bump off a few others.

Once Upon a Time in China II (1992)

Once Upon a Time in China II is a 1992 Hong Kong–Chinese martial arts film written and directed by Tsui Hark, and starring Jet Li as Chinese martial arts master and folk hero of Cantonese ethnicity, Wong Fei-hung. It is the second instalment in the Once Upon a Time in China film series. The iconic theme song, A Man Should Better Himself (男兒當自強), was performed in Cantonese by George Lam at the beginning of the film, and by Jackie Chan in the end credits.

The Outing (1987)

An ancient genie is released from a lamp when thieves ransack an old woman's house. They are killed and the lamp is moved to a museum to be studied. The curator's daughter is soon possessed by the genie and invites her friends to spend the night at the museum, along with some uninvited guests. The genie kills them off in an attempt to fulfill her ultimate wish.

O.C. and Stiggs (1985)

O.C. and Stiggs is a 1987 film directed by Robert Altman, based on two characters that were originally featured in a series of stories published in National Lampoon magazine. The film stars Daniel H. Jenkins and Neill Barry as the title characters. Other members of the cast include Paul Dooley, Jane Curtin, Martin Mull, Dennis Hopper, Ray Walston, Louis Nye, Melvin Van Peebles, Tina Louise, Cynthia Nixon, Jon Cryer and Bob Uecker. The film, a raunchy teen comedy described by the British Film Institute as "probably Altman's least successful film," was shot in 1983, but not released until long after post-production was completed. MGM shelved it for a couple of years, finally giving it a limited theatrical release in 1987 and 1988.

Outlaw Blues (1977)

Outlaw Blues is a 1977 American drama film directed by Richard T. Heffron and starring Peter Fonda and Susan Saint James. Written by Bill L. Norton, the film is about an ex-convict and songwriter trying to break into the music business in Austin, Texas. When a famous country singer steals one of his songs and turns it into a hit, the songwriter confronts him, and in a struggle the country singer accidentally shoots himself. Once again running from the law, the songwriter, with the help of a savvy backup singer, records his stolen song himself, and his version becomes an even bigger hit. Some of the songs were sung by Peter Fonda, and three of the songs were written by Hoyt Axton.

The Offence (1973)

“After 20 years, what Detective-Sergeant Johnson has seen and done is destroying him.” — In their third screen collaboration, the iconic Sean Connery and director Sidney Lumet (Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon) plumb the depths of what is perhaps their most psychologically complex creation: a member of the British Police Force who has perhaps witnessed one horror too many.Two decades into a career marked by fraught investigations into murders and sex crimes, Detective-Sergeant Johnson (Connery) loses all composure whilst conducting an interrogation with a suspected rapist, assaulting him and, subsequently, beating him to death. The lead-up to this moment is charted across the course of the film in a careful flashback structure… and the lines between guilt and innocence, protector and sadist, become ineradicably blurred.Released only one year before the director’s Serpico and almost a decade before Prince of the City, The Offence offers an early Lumetian investigation into the psyche of a policeman under duress, and the potential for corruption within a high-stakes profession. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present The Offence for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK in a special Dual Format edition.Reviews:“Up there with Get Carter as one of the best Brit thrillers of the ’70s ***** “ – Total Film

The Oscar (1966)

The Oscar is a 1966 American drama film written by Harlan Ellison, Clarence Greene, Russell Rouse and Richard Sale, directed by Rouse and starring Stephen Boyd, singer Tony Bennett (in his film debut), comedian Milton Berle (in a dramatic role), Elke Sommer, Ernest Borgnine, Jill St. John, Eleanor Parker, Joseph Cotten, Edie Adams, Peter Lawford, Broderick Crawford, Ed Begley, Walter Brennan and Jack Soo. Also appearing are Bob Hope, Hedda Hopper, Merle Oberon, Frank Sinatra and Nancy Sinatra as themselves. The film features an impressive cast and crew, including several real Academy Award winners: eight-time costume design winner Edith Head (who would also be nominated, but not win, for The Oscar); Best Actor winners Borgnine and Crawford; Best Supporting Actor winners Begley, Brennan (three wins), Sinatra and James Dunn, and cinematographer Joseph Ruttenberg. Also in the cast were Oberon and Parker, who had been nominated for Oscars but did not win.

Parkland (2013)

Parkland is a 2013 American historical drama film that recounts the chaotic events that occurred following John F. Kennedy's assassination. The film is written and directed by Peter Landesman, produced by Playtone's Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman, and Bill Paxton with Exclusive Media's Nigel and Matt Sinclair. The film is based on Vincent Bugliosi's 2008 book Four Days in November: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Palookaville (1996)

Palookaville is a 1995 motion picture about a trio of burglars and their dysfunctional family of origin. Prominent actors featured in the film include William Forsythe, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Vincent Gallo, Adam Trese and Frances McDormand. The film was directed by Alan Taylor.

Pink Cadillac (1989)

Pink Cadillac is a 1989 American action-comedy film about a bounty hunter and a group of white supremacists chasing after an innocent woman who tries to outrun everyone in her husband's prized pink Cadillac. The film stars Clint Eastwood and Bernadette Peters and also has small cameo appearances by Jim Carrey and Bryan Adams.

The Puppetoon Movie (1987)

The Puppetoon Movie is a 1987 animated film written, produced, and directed by Arnold Leibovit. It is based on the Puppetoon characters created by George Pal in the 1930s and 1940s, in addition to Gumby, Pokey and Arnie the Dinosaur, who host the framing story. It stars the voices of Dick Beals, Art Clokey, Paul Frees and Dal McKennon. as the main characters. The original 1987 release of The Puppetoon Movie contained 11 Puppetoons. The 2000 DVD release and 2013 Blu-ray release each include the same 12 additional Puppetoons.

The Pit (1981)

The Pit (also known as Teddy) is a 1981 Canadian horror film starring Sammy Snyders and Jeannie Elias. Although it is a Canadian production, it was actually filmed in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

The Prisoner of Zenda (1979)

The Prisoner of Zenda stars the unpredictable Peter Sellers stars in three hilarious roles in the hilarious comedy about a London cabby who becomes a king. The crazy old monarch of Ruritania (Sellers) dies, leaving the throne to son Rudolph (Sellers). But his evil brother Michael (Jeremy Kemp) wants the crown for himself. Afraid harm will come to Rudolph, his loyal followers (Lionel Jeffries and Simon Williams), switch his Majesty with a London cabby named Syd (Sellers) who looks exactly like…Rudolph! Add two adoring and confused royal blondes (Elke Sommer and Lynne Frederick), plenty of treachery and double-dealing, a dank prison, and a full-scale battle for life and honor, and you've got Zenda at its zaniest!

Necromancy (1972)

Orson Welles plays the head of a witches’ coven in the town of Lilith, where he needs the powers of Pamela Franklin to raise his son from the dead.

Nightmare in Wax (1969)

You can’t tell the living from the dead! The disfigured curator of a wax museum murders his enemies and then uses their bodies as exhibits in his museum.

Never a Dull Moment (1968)

Never a Dull Moment is a 1968 American comedy crime film from Walt Disney Productions starring Dick Van Dyke and Edward G. Robinson and directed by Jerry Paris. The script by AJ Carothers was based on a novel by John Godey. The supporting cast features Dorothy Provine, Henry Silva, Slim Pickens and Jack Elam. It was re-released theatrically on April 15, 1977 on a double bill with a re-edited version of The Three Caballeros (1945) in featurette form.

One For The Money (2012)

Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl) is a bright, attractive, confident woman whose entire life has just taken a sudden turn — in the totally wrong direction. Newly divorced and recently laid off, the only work she can scrape up is a dead-end job at her sleazy cousin's bail bond office. But when her first big assignment involves tracking down an on-the-lam ex-flame (Jason O'Mara), this tough-as-nails lady bounty hunter will be redefining the meaning of hot pursuit in this thrill-packed action comedy.

Alex Reymundo: One Funny Hick-Spanic (2007)

Alex Raymundo, a Mexican born comedian that emigrated to the United States as a child, brings his unique perspective to the people in One Funny Hick-Spanic. In this comedy special we get a glimpse inside Raymundo's mind, his family life and the origin of the term Hick-Spanic (it's for his children, since Raymundo is Mexican and his wife is from the American South). A raucous tour through an alternative view on the American dream, this special is worth watching over and over again for the sheer laughs that it delivers every, single time. As far as comedic timing and body language go, Raymundo is a well-versed master in knowing just what to say and just how to say it. From tone of voice to facial expression he can take a simple joke and sucker punch the audience with it. This is even true with jokes and topics that might feel somewhat stock for stand up comedians. Observations about children and how they say and do the darndest things, life growing up in America, the relationships between men and women (married and otherwise) and all the other witticisms should feel bland and trite. However, they're flavored in such a way that they still get a laugh. What One Funny Hick-Spanic shows the audience is that, first and foremost, Alex Raymundo is a talented storyteller. Hilarious in his own right, he's also folksy and friendly enough that he can pull the watchers into a narrative that should be blase and boring, but isn't. Raymundo's performance makes it engaging, despite there being nothing but him and an empty stage as his back drop. If he can be entertaining with just that, then there's nothing he can't do as an entertainer and as a comedian. While not his only stand up special, One Funny Hick-Spanic does set the tone for Raymundo's style and his content. Mostly wholesome with a lot of innuendo, he keeps the language to a minimum and the themes to a maximum. Additionally the cadence and rhythm of this special makes it a great watch, or even a listen, no matter what you're doing. Whether it's house work or home work, it's great for the occasional chuckle and a running commentary.

The Order (2001)

The Order is a 2001 American action film directed by Sheldon Lettich, and written by Jean-Claude Van Damme, who also starred in the film. The film was released on direct-to-DVD in the United States on March 12, 2002.

Black Sheep (2009)

A beautiful girl (Ximena Romo) complicates matters between an orphaned shepherd (Christian Vzquez) and his rival (Ivn Arana).

Meatballs 4 (1992)

Meatballs 4 (also known as Meatballs 4: To the Rescue) is a 1992 film that was the fourth and final installment to the Meatballs series of films. It was shot in its entirety at Bass Lake, California in the late summer of 1991. Originally conceived as a comedy-drama titled Happy Campers, the project was retooled after production had begun to be part of the Meatballs franchise.

Moontrap (1989)

Moontrap is a 1989 science fiction film from Magic Films. Written by Tex Ragsdale and directed by Robert Dyke, it was released on April 28 at WorldFest Houston. A comic book adaptation, featuring the film's production notes, was released on the same year by Caliber Comics. The cast features Walter Koenig, Bruce Campbell and Leigh Lombardi as a group of astronauts — Lombardi playing one from the distant past — who face an alien invasion by a race of predatory cyborgs.

Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl (1982)

Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl is a 1982 British concert comedy film directed by Ian MacNaughton (with the live segments by Terry Hughes) and starring the Monty Python comedy troupe (Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin) as they perform many of their greatest sketches at the Hollywood Bowl. The film also features Carol Cleveland in numerous supporting roles and Neil Innes performing songs. Also present for the shows and participating as an 'extra' was Python superfan Kim "Howard" Johnson. The show also included filmed inserts which were mostly taken from two Monty Python specials, Monty Python's Fliegender Zirkus, which had been broadcast on German television in 1972. The performance was recorded on videotape in September 1980 and transferred to film. In the wake of Life of Brian's worldwide success, the Pythons originally planned to release a film consisting of the two German shows redubbed and re-edited, but this proved impractical, and so Hollywood Bowl was released instead. Although it mostly contains sketches from the television series, the scripts and performers are not identical to those seen on television. The line-up also includes some sketches that predated Monty Python's Flying Circus, including the "Four Yorkshiremen sketch", which dated from 1967's At Last the 1948 Show.

Magnificent Bodyguards (1978)

Jackie Chan stars as a kung fu master hired to safely escort a princess and her sickly brother through the treacherous “Stormy Hills,” a region plagued by crime.

The Master Touch (1972)

The Master Touch (Italian: Un uomo da rispettare) is a 1972 Italian / West German crime film directed by Michele Lupo starring Kirk Douglas and Florinda Bolkan. The film was released as A Man to Respect in the UK, the USA and the Philippines.

Moon Zero Two (1969)

Moon Zero Two is a science fiction film produced by Hammer Films and released in 1969. It was billed as a space Western. Moon Zero Two was filmed at the ABPC Elstree Studios in Hertfordshire, England. The screenplay was by Michael Carreras from an original story by Gavin Lyall, Frank Hardman and Martin Davison. It was produced by Michael Carreras and directed by Roy Ward Baker.

The Painted Desert (1931)

The Painted Desert is a 1931 American Pre-Code film released by RKO Radio Pictures. Produced by E. B. Derr, it was directed by Howard Higgin, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Tom Buckingham. It starred low-budget Western stars William Boyd (in his pre-Hopalong Cassidy days) and Helen Twelvetrees, and featured a young Clark Gable in his talking film debut. The picture was shot mostly on location in Arizona.

Pecker (1998)

Pecker is a 1998 American comedy-drama film written and directed by John Waters. Like all Waters' films, it was filmed and set in Baltimore; this film was set in the Hampden neighborhood. The film, starring Edward Furlong, examines the rise to fame and potential fortune of a budding photographer. Co-starring Christina Ricci, Lili Taylor, Mary Kay Place, Martha Plimpton, Brendan Sexton III, and Bess Armstrong, the film received mixed reviews from critics and was a commercial failure, grossing over $2 million from a $6 million budget.

Public Access (1993)

Public Access is a 1993 American drama film directed by Bryan Singer in his feature film debut. Singer also wrote the screenplay with Christopher McQuarrie and Michael Feit Dougan. The film was shot in 18 days for US$250,000. It was screened at the 1993 Sundance Film Festival, where it was a joint winner of the Grand Jury Prize. Critics praised the technical direction of Public Access but did not lend similar praise to the film's story and the characters.

Pigs (1992)

Psy (Polish pronunciation: [ˈpsɨ], Dogs), known in English as Pigs, is a Polish crime thriller directed by Władysław Pasikowski. The film was released on 20 November 1992, the sequel Pigs 2: The last blood was released on 1994.

The Pied Piper of Hamelin (1957)

The Pied Piper of Hamelin is an American ninety-minute musical film in color, originally made as a television special and first shown by NBC on Tuesday, November 26, 1957, as one of their Thanksgiving Week offerings for that year. It preempted that evening's telecasts of The Nat King Cole Show and The Eddie Fisher Show. Based on the famous poem of the same name by Robert Browning and using the music of Edvard Grieg arranged by Pete King with special lyrics by Hal Stanley and Irving Taylor, it starred Van Johnson, Claude Rains, Lori Nelson, Jim Backus, and Kay Starr. It was directed by Broadway veteran Bretaigne Windust. In a direct nod to Browning's poem, nearly all of the dialogue in The Pied Piper of Hamelin was written in rhyme, much of it directly lifted from the poem.

Pastime (1990)

Pastime is a 1990 American drama film directed by Robin B. Armstrong and written by David Eyre Jr.. The film stars William Russ, Glenn Plummer, Noble Willingham, Jeffrey Tambor and Scott Plank. The film was released on August 23, 1991, by Miramax Films.

Pastor Jones: Samuel and Delia (2008)

Samuel Sutherland, a charming and charismatic Pastor, is about to discover the true meaning of faith, prayer and forgiveness. Haunted by a tragic past and shunned by his friends and supporters, he begins to lose faith. After Samuel's world is turned upside down he finds himself on the street with just the clothes on his back and the good book in his hand. With nowhere to go but up, Samuel sets out on a journey to rediscover himself.

Mikey (1992)

Mikey is a 1992 American horror thriller film starring Brian Bonsall and directed by Dennis Dimster. The film was released in the United States on September 23, 1992. The film centers on the character of Mikey, a young boy who is adopted by a family after his previous adoptive family dies. Rather than the darling child they expected, however, Mikey turns out to be a violent psychopath and a budding serial killer.

Midway to Heaven (2011)

Ned (Curt Doussett) balks at the idea of dating after his wife dies until his daughter Liz (Brittany Peltier) comes home from college with a boyfriend to get her dad out of his funk and back into the dating scene.

My Name Is Bruce (2007)

My Name Is Bruce is a 2007 American comedy film, directed, co-produced by and starring B movie cult actor Bruce Campbell. The film was written by Mark Verheiden. It had a theatrical release in October 2008, followed by DVD and Blu-ray releases on February 10, 2009. Although Sam Raimi, with whom Bruce frequently collaborates, is not involved with this production, much of the film is in the vein of the Evil Dead series. Ted Raimi (Sam's brother), also a frequent collaborator, appears in this film. Campbell has shown several minutes of the movie during some of his campus lectures, as well as a few public screenings including showings at the sixth annual Ashland Independent Film Festival, CineVegas and the eleventh annual East Lansing Film Festival. A trailer was released for the film as well and is available on various websites. A screening was held at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. Tickets for the show sold out in less than two minutes, breaking the previous Alamo ticket sellout record, which was also set by a Bruce Campbell appearance at the theater in 1998.

Mr. Fix It (2006)

Mr. Fix It is a 2006 American romantic comedy film starring David Boreanaz. It was directed by Darin Ferriola, The former working titles were Deception and Boyfriend Girlfriend Relationship, while the former main title was The Perfect Lie.

My Boys Are Good Boys (1978)

Three teenage boys plan to break out of prison, rob an armored car and slip back into the pen undetected.

Navigating the Heart (2000)

A career woman shares an unlikely romance with a small-town fisherman. Based on Edith Iglauer's autobiography.

Black and White in Color (1976)

Black and White in Color (French: La Victoire en chantant, then Noirs et Blancs en couleur for the 1977 re-issue) is a 1976 war film and black comedy directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud in his directorial debut. It depicts French colonists at war with the Germans in West Africa during World War I, and is set in one of the then German colonies; either Togoland or Kamerun. The film adopts a strong antimilitaristic point of view, and is noteworthy for ridiculing the French side even more harshly than their German counterparts. The original French title is the first four words (the first line) of the song Le Chant du départ, a French military song. It won the 1976 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film; it was submitted to the Academy by Côte d'Ivoire, resulting in that country's first and only Oscar.

The Nurse (1997)


Nightwing (1979)

Nightwing is a 1979 American horror film directed by Arthur Hiller. The screenplay by Martin Cruz Smith, Steve Shagan, and Bud Shrake is based on the 1977 novel of the same title by Smith. Its tagline is "Day belongs to man, but night is theirs!" It was one of many Jaws rip-offs that were popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s, including Orca: The Killer Whale (1977), Tentacles (1977), The Pack (1977), Piranha (1978), Alligator (1980) and Great White (1980). It also was Hiller's only horror film.

Now You Know (2010)

Snowboarding's brightest up and comers and veteran pros as they film over the 2009/2010 season, shot on location in Whistler, Vancouver, Alberta Rockies, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, California, New York, Japan and The DC Mountain Lab in Utah.

Sleepless (2001)

Sleepless (Italian: Non ho sonno) is a 2001 Italian giallo film directed by Dario Argento. The film stars Max von Sydow and Stefano Dionisi and marks Argento's return to the giallo subgenre. The film was another box office success when it opened in Italy, taking in over $5,019,733,505 lira ($3,280,080 US) by the end of its theatrical run.

Nirvana (1997)

A virtual-reality hero (Diego Abatantuono) with human awareness begs his creator (Christopher Lambert) to erase the game, but ruthless marketers plan otherwise.

Like Grains of Sand (1995)

Like Grains of Sand is a Japanese drama film released on December 16, 1995 by Toho Company Ltd. The film was directed and written by Ryosuke Hashiguchi and features a lead role played by Japan's highest selling female musician Ayumi Hamasaki. It won three major awards in 1996 and 1997 including an award for best screenplay and two international awards. It was featured in the 1996 Toronto International Film Festival in Canada as well as the 1997 International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival in Turin, Italy.

Night Screams (1987)

Night Screams is a 1987 American horror film directed by Allen Plone.

A Mom for Christmas (1990)

When 11-year-old Jessica receives a free wish, she gets what she asked for and more -- a mom for Christmas! A beautiful woman named Amy shows up at her door bringing life and laughter back into Jessica's family. Olivia Newton-John stars in this charming tale of love, family and starting over that will bring you great cheer each holiday season"A Mom By Magic" By Barbara Dillon

Murder on Flight 502 (1975)

Murder on Flight 502 is a 1975 American television film directed by George McCowan. The film stars Robert Stack, Sonny Bono and Farrah Fawcett-Majors, along with an all-star ensemble television cast in supporting roles.

Mighty Fine (2012)

Mighty Fine is a 2012 American feature film.

The Magic of the Golden Bear: Goldy III (1994)

A failing magician (Cheech Marin) tries to trick an orphan girl (Bonnie Morgan) out of her pet bear.

Modern Man (2006)

Modern Man is a 2006 experimental drama about one man’s isolation and search for meaning. The film was directed, edited and photographed by Justin Swibel.

My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas (2005)

My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas is a direct-to-DVD animated film produced by SD Entertainment, and released on October 25, 2005 by Paramount Home Entertainment. It marks the first film appearance of the titular toy franchise since their big-screen debut in 1986. The DVD includes a bonus episode Dancing in the Clouds which is first released on video bundled with Star Catcher in 2004. A Very Minty Christmas was made available on (a successor of Hasbro's MonkeyBarTV website), alongside My Little Pony: The Princess Promenade and My Little Pony Crystal Princess: The Runaway Rainbow but were later removed from the site. The popularity of Friendship Is Magic has increased demand for reissues of the original My Little Pony titles. Shout! Factory has now begun to produce DVD reissues of some of these titles, including A Very Minty Christmas. The film made its television debut on Discovery Family on December 13, 2014.

The Mangler Reborn (2005)

The Mangler Reborn is a 2005 American horror film and the third entry in the Mangler film series based on a short story by Stephen King. The movie was released straight to DVD on November 29, 2005 by Lions Gate Entertainment and Baseline StudioSystems. Directors Gardner and Cunningham intended the film to be a "rebirth" of the film franchise, with the film not requiring viewers to have seen the prior two films.

Man-Thing (2005)

When a greedy oil baron (Jack Thompson) sets his sights on drilling in a Louisiana swamp, a monstrous creature is awakened. The baron and his associates are killed in the swamp thicket, spurring an investigation led by Sheriff Kyle Williams (Matthew Le Nevez). Although the Seminoles are initially suspected of the murders, the swamp creature, known as Man-Thing (Conan Stevens), is the killer. A gruesome creature made of plants and vines, Man-Thing possesses strange and dangerous powers.

The Road to Armageddon: A Spiritual Documentary (2012)

The Road to Armageddon: A Spiritual Documentary examines the universal concept of the Apocalypse on an intensely personal and spiritual level, not as the end of the world but as the end of you: your body, your mind and, if you're not careful, your soul. The film puts the viewer on the front lines of the eternal battle between good and evil, combining academic interviews with firsthand accounts of divine revelation to bring fresh urgency to the teachings of the world's major religions. Buddhist, Jew, Muslim, Hindi or Christian, the message is the same: spread love, reject hate, walk in the light, avoid the dark, listen to the angels, ignore the demons. The simplest choices you'll ever make lead to the hardest path you'll ever walk...

Mysteries of Angels and Demons (2009)

Many believe there are up to 10 different planes of existence unseen, unknown, unheard of by humans. ANGELS AND DEMONS explores the shadowy secrets and shocking powers that influence our thoughts and actions; some devine, some demonic. Biblical scholars and paranormal researchers delve into the unseen worlds that surround us. Prepare to be amazed by actual events and occurrences that have changed lives and inspired individuals to tell their stories for the very first time. Are we every really alone?

Brooklyn Girls Fight Club (2013)

In Brooklyn's Brownsville, people gather in a windowless garage to watch women fight in underground fighting rings.

Lost (2004)

Lost is a 2004 American thriller film starring Dean Cain. It was written and directed by first-time filmmaker, Darren Lemke.

Hapkido (1972)

Hapkido aka Lady Kung Fu (Chinese: 合氣道) is a 1972 Hong Kong film directed by Huang Feng, starring Angela Mao, Carter Wong and Sammo Hung. It was released by Golden Harvest. It was digitally re-mastered and restored by Hong Kong Legends in 2006.

Hillbillys In A Haunted House (1967)

Country singers on their way to Nashville have car trouble, forcing them to stop at an old haunted mansion. Soon they realize that the house is not only haunted, but is also the headquarters of a ring of international spies after a top secret formula for rocket fuel.

Harum Scarum (1965)

Harum Scarum is a 1965 American musical comedy film starring Elvis Presley, which was shot on the original Cecil B. DeMille set from the film The King of Kings with additional footage shot on location at the Iverson Movie Ranch in Chatsworth, Calif. Some of the film was based on Rudolph Valentino's The Sheik released in 1921. The film reached #11 on the Variety national weekly box office chart, earned $2 million at the box office, and finished #40 on the year end list of the top-grossing films of 1965. The film is listed in Golden Raspberry Award founder John Wilson's book The Official Razzie Movie Guide as one of The 100 Most Enjoyably Bad Movies Ever Made. The film was released in Europe as Harem Holiday.

Kounterfeit (1996)

Kounterfeit is a 1996 American crime/thriller film starring Bruce Payne and Hilary Swank. Kounterfeit was directed by John Mallory Asher and written by David Chase, Katherine Fugate and Jay Irwin.

King of the Grizzlies (1970)

Moki, a Cree Indian, is made foreman of a sprawling cattle ranch owned by his former army commander. When he rescues a bear cub, Wahb, he feels a mystical connection between himself and the magnificent creature. Later, Wahb, now a 1,300-pound bear, returns from the wild to wreak havoc on the cattle ranch, and Moki must face this fearsome grizzly.

The Killing Floor (2007)

The Killing Floor is a 2007 American thriller film. It was directed by Gideon Raff, and stars Marc Blucas, Shiri Appleby, and Reiko Aylesworth.

Kiss Me Quick! (1964)

Kiss Me Quick! is a 1964 American film directed by Peter Perry. The film was originally titled Dr Breedlove or Dr Breedlove or How I Stopped Worrying and Love to exploit the title of Stanley Kubrick's Dr Strangelove. It was retitled to exploit Billy Wilder's Kiss Me, Stupid.

Korn: Live on the Other Side (2006)

"Korn: Live on the Other Side" (2005) is a DVD by the band Korn. It shows footage from their first American performance in New York City. The DVD also includes interviews and backstage videos. It included songs from several of their albums including their most recent, "See You On The Other Side."

Kisaan (2009)

Kisaan is a 2009 Bollywood action thriller film directed by Puneet Sira, which focuses on Farmers' suicides in India Its title is Hindi for "farmer".

King Kung Fu (1976)

King Kung Fu is a 1976 comedy film directed by Lance D. Hayes that is a low budget spoof of both King Kong and Kung Fu done in a slapstick style.