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.

Jillian Michaels - 30 Day Shred (2008)

Jillian Michaels is TV's toughest trainer, but she is committed to getting big results. As your own personal trainer, Jillian will guide you through her exclusive 3-2-1 Interval System that combines strength, cardio and abs to blast through calories for a dramatic 30 DAY SHRED. The program includes three complete 20-minute workouts which progress by level of intensity. Start with Level 1 and advance through Level 3 – in no time you'll achieve a lean, shredded body.

Echoes of the Rainbow (2010)

Echoes of the Rainbow is a 2010 Hong Kong drama film directed by Alex Law and starring Simon Yam and Sandra Ng. It won the Crystal Bear for the Best Film in the Children’s Jury "Generation Kplus" category at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival.

Seven Warriors (1989)

Seven Warriors is a 1989 Hong Kong action film directed by Terry Tong and starring Adam Cheng, Jacky Cheung, Max Mok and Tony Leung Chiu-Wai with a guest appearance by Sammo Hung. This film is a homage to the 1954 Japanese film Seven Samurai.

Seduction (2013)

La seduzione, internationally released as Seduction, is a 1973 Italian erotic-drama film directed by Fernando Di Leo. The film is based on the novel Graziella by Ercole Patti. Originally the character of Graziella was planned to be played by Ornella Muti, but she was eventually dropped because considered too attractive for the role. At the time of its release, the newspapers widely reported the news of a man who died of a heart attack watching the movie.

Riding Bean (1989)

Ace courier Bean Bandit rules the road, and operates on both sides of the Law. Unfortunately for Bean, and even more unfortunately for the Chicago P.D.’s insurance company, he’s about to have to demonstrate why he’s so expensive.

All Men Are Brothers (1975)

Also known as Seven Soldiers Of Kung-fu and 108 Heroes, this sequel to the martial arts blockbuster The Water Margin is considered by many kung-fu cultists as even more action-packed than the original. Based on one of China s enduring epic novels, written in the 14th century, All Men Are Brothers continues the patriotic story of righteous warriors battling despotic leaders, featuring mythic characters familiar to every Chinese, and with a cast that has achieved an equally celebrated status among Shaw Brothers devotees: Ti Lung, David Chiang, Chen Kuan-tai, and Danny Lee. A hard-edged feminine touch is provided by Lily Ho and Betty Chung Ling-ling. The behind-the-camera line-up is also of mythic proportions, with direction by Chang Cheh and no less than four martial arts choreographers, including Liu Chia-liang and brother Liu Chia-yung.

Kitaro (2007)

Castle Of Blood (1964)

Castle of Blood (Italian: Danza Macabra) is a 1964 horror film directed by Antonio Margheriti and Sergio Corbucci. The film stars Barbara Steele, Arturo Dominici and Georges Rivière. The film was initially commissioned to director Sergio Corbucci who had Gianni Grimaldi and Bruno Corbucci set to write the film. A scheduling conflict led to Corbucci's friend Margheriti being hired to complete the film. To avoid going overtime, Corbucci was brought in to film one scene. The film was released in Italy in 1964 and received low box office numbers which led to Margheriti remaking the film in colour as Web of the Spider (1970).

The Secret of Dr. Orloff (1964)

The follow-up to Jess Franco's career-launching film The Awful Dr. Orloff, Dr. Orloff's Monster is a modern gothic thriller, injected with moments of perverse eroticism, science fiction, and smoky jazz. When Melissa (Agnés Spaak) returns to her ancestral home to claim her inheritance, she finds that the castle is filled with strange characters and dark secrets. Governing the crumbling manor is a diabolical scientist, Dr. Conrad Jekyll (Marcelo Arroita-Jáuregui), who uses high-frequency mind control to command an undead henchman (Hugo Blanco) to perform a series of vicious murders. When a dry-witted detective (Pastor Serrador) and Melissa's suitor (Pepe Rubio) trace the crimes back to Jekyll's castle, they realize the only way to trap the zombie is to use Melissa as bait.

Caged Women (1980)

Violence in a Women's Prison (Italian: Violenza da un Carcere Femminile) is a 1982 Italian-French women in prison film directed by Bruno Mattei. It was also released as Caged Women, Emanuelle in Hell or Emanuelle Escapes from Hell. The film is about Emanuelle (Laura Gemser) who is sent to Santa Catarina Women's Penitentiary for drugs and prostitution where she meets the warden (Lorraine De Selle) and the other inmates. Emanuelle actual reason for visiting involves is as an undercover reporter for Amnesty International.

Blade of the Ripper (1971)

The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (Italian: Lo strano vizio della Signora Wardh; released as Blade of the Ripper in the United States) is a 1971 giallo murder mystery film directed by Sergio Martino. It is his first entry in the giallo subgenre. The letter "h" was added to the name "Ward" when an Italian woman named Mrs. Ward threatened legal action over the original title's potentially damaging her good name, just before the film was released. The film was also known as Next! or The Next Victim.

The Story of O (1975)

Story of O is a 1975 Franco-German erotic drama film directed by Just Jaeckin. The screenplay is an adaptation of the erotic novel Story of O published in 1954 by Pauline Réage.

Thirumanam (1958)

Thirumanam is a 1958 Indian Tamil-language romance film directed by A. Bhimsingh, and produced by Valampuri Somanathan, who also wrote the story and dialogues. The film features Gemini Ganesan and Savitri in the lead roles. While primarily black-and-white, the film featured some dance sequence which were shot in Gevacolor. Thirumanam was released on 18 July 1958 and failed commercially. No print of the film is known to survive, making it a lost film.

I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change! (2019)

The Wreck (1927)

The Wreck is a 1925 American silent melodrama film directed by Ben Wilson and starring Shirley Mason, Malcolm McGregor, and Francis McDonald. It was released on February 5, 1927.

By Player (2000)

By Player is a 2000 Japanese biographical film directed by Kaneto Shindo based on the life of actor Taiji Tonoyama.

Max Embarrassment at Roskilde (2012)

Aching Hearts (2009)

Aching Hearts (Danish: Kærestesorger) is a 2009 Danish drama film directed by Nils Malmros.

Kärlek deluxe (2014)

The Cartel (2014)

The Sun King (2005)

The Sun King is a 2005 Danish comedy film directed by Tomas Villum Jensen.

My Wife Got Married (2008)

My Wife Got Married is a 2008 South Korean film. Directed by Jeong Yoon-soo and starring Kim Joo-hyuk and Son Ye-jin in the lead roles, the film is adapted from a bestselling novel of the same name by Park Hyun-wook.

Die Spionin (2013)

The Beautiful Spy is a 2013 historical-thriller television film set in Nazi Germany shortly before the outbreak of World War II inspired by the few facts known about Vera von Schalburg.

Cuando los ángeles duermen (2018)

After a businessman falls asleep at the wheel and hits a woman with his car, his interactions with her scared friend unleash a string of dark events.

Breaking News In Yuba County (2020)

Die Kirche bleibt im Dorf (2012)

Die Kirche bleibt im Dorf is a 2012 German comedy film directed by Ulrike Grote.

The Sleep Experiment (2020)

My SO Has Got Depression (2011)

Tsure ga Utsu ni Narimashite is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Tenten Hosokawa. It was adapted into a live-action television series in 2009 and a live-action film in 2011.

Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen (2012)

Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊 スーパーヒーロー大戦, Kamen Raidā × Supā Sentai Supā Hīrō Taisen) is a 2012 film which features a crossover between the Super Sentai and Kamen Rider Series. The protagonists of Kamen Rider Decade and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger are featured, but the casts of Kamen Rider Fourze, Kamen Rider OOO, and Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters also participate. Other returning cast members include Rina Akiyama and Kenjirō Ishimaru reprising their roles from Kamen Rider Den-O. In its first week in theaters, Super Hero Taisen opened at the #1 spot in the Japanese box offices, edging out Detective Conan: The Eleventh Striker. The DVD and Blu-ray was released on October 21, 2012 and was aired as part of TV Asahi's Super Hero and Heroine Summer Vacation special on August 25, 2013.

Again Kasarkode Khaderbai (2010)

The Witch of the West Is Dead (2008)

The Castle of Crossed Destinies (2012)

Relatos de Eleria: El Viaje de Gawain (2018)

Waruboro (2007)

Madamada abunai deka (2005)

The Place Where the Sun Sits (2014)

Ultraman: The Next (2004)

Ultraman: The Next, released in Japan simply as Ultraman is a 2004 Japanese science fiction superhero film directed by Kazuya Konaka and produced by Tsuburaya Productions. The film is a reimagining of the Ultraman character and franchise, part of the "Ultra N Project", a three-phase experiment aimed to reinvent the franchise for an older audience. Ultraman: The Next was released in Japan on December 18, 2004 and had its American premiere at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood on June 25, 2005.

Miracle in Four Days (2005)

High School Debut (2011)

High School Debut is a 2011 Japanese film directed by Tsutomu Hanabusa and based on the manga of the same name. It was released in cinemas in Japan on 1 April 2011.

The Girl I Loved (1946)

Tora-san's Dear Old Home (1972)

Tora-san's Dear Old Home aka Tora-san's New Romance is a 1972 Japanese comedy film directed by Yoji Yamada. It stars Kiyoshi Atsumi as Torajirō Kuruma (Tora-san), and Sayuri Yoshinaga as his love interest or "Madonna". Tora-san's Dear Old Home is the ninth entry in the popular, long-running Otoko wa Tsurai yo series, and the first to employ an opening dream-sequence, which became a standard feature of the series. It is also the first film in the series in which Tatsuo Matsumura plays Tora-san's uncle, a role he took over from Shin Morikawa who died after the eighth film.

Yawara! Sore yuke koshinuke kizzu! (1992)

Zentai (2013)

Kamen Rider Ryuki: Episode Final (2002)

Kamen Rider Ryuki The Movie: Episode Final is the theatrical superhero film adaptation of the Japanese 2002 Kamen Rider series, Kamen Rider Ryuki, directed by Ryuta Tasaki and written by Toshiki Inoue. The catchphrases for the movie are "An Epic Battle Beyond Imagination." and "Ryuki, a Shocking Conclusion. Final Episode, Movie Version." .

The Oil-Hell Murder (1992)

The Oil-Hell Murder is a 1992 Japanese film directed by Hideo Gosha. It was Japan's submission to the 65th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Foujita (2015)

Before the Vigil (2013)

Before the Vigil is a 2013 Japanese drama film directed by Isao Yukisada. It is based on the novel Tsuya no Yoru by Areno Inoue

Tora-San Goes Religious? (1983)

Tora-san Goes Religious? aka Torasan Whistling is a 1983 Japanese comedy film directed by Yoji Yamada. It stars Kiyoshi Atsumi as Torajirō Kuruma (Tora-san), and Keiko Takeshita as his love interest or "Madonna". Tora-san Goes Religious? is the thirty-second entry in the popular, long-running Otoko wa Tsurai yo series.

The Discarnates (1988)

The Discarnates is a 1988 Japanese horror film directed by Nobuhiko Obayashi.

by rule of CROW's thumb (2012)

Karasu no Oyayubi is a 2012 Japanese film directed by Tadafumi Itō and based on a novel by Shusuke Michio.

The Dog of Flanders (1997)

Dog of Flanders is a 1997 Japanese anime film. It was based on the Japanese television series aired on Nippon Television from 10 October 1992 to 27 March 1993. Both the television series and this film are inspired by the book A Dog of Flanders by Ouida.

Tora-San's Forbidden Love (1984)

Tora-san's Forbidden Love is a 1984 Japanese comedy film directed by Yoji Yamada. It stars Kiyoshi Atsumi as Torajirō Kuruma (Tora-san), and Reiko Ōhara as his love interest or "Madonna". Tora-san's Forbidden Love is the thirty-fourth entry in the popular, long-running Otoko wa Tsurai yo series.

SPEC: Heaven (2012)

SPEC: Ten is a 2012 Japanese film directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi. It was released on 7 April 2012. This is a sequel to the TBS drama SPEC series.

Silent Service (1995)

Suspicion (2012)

A powerfully tense remake of the Alfred Hitchcock classic, this British production of SUSPICION boasts a dynamic cast, making it a worthy descendent of the original. Anthony Andrews (The King's Speech) stars as notorious playboy Johnnie Aysgarth, a seemingly wealthy and carefree bachelor. Jane Curtin (Saturday Night Live, Cone-heads) plays Lina, a lonely American who is instantly charmed by Johnnie's arrogant wit. After a whirlwind romance, the couple marries, after which unpleasant truths begin to emerge. Johnnie is broke and a compulsive gambler, a deadly combination. Desperate for money, he starts borrowing against her life insurance policy, and curiously develops an interest in murder mysteries. Lina soon fears for her safety, her paranoia exploding into hysteria after one of Johnnie's friends suffers an unfortunate accident. A white-knuckle thriller directed with elegance and a morbid wit by Andrew Grieve (Agatha Christie's Poirot), SUSPICION is a well-executed mystery that will raise goosebumps, and perhaps some suspicions about your own spouse.

Galaxy Express 999: Eternal Fantasy (1998)

Ninja the Monster (2015)

Gooische Vrouwen 2 (2014)

Lisa dagli occhi blu (1969)

Game of Four (2007)

Game of Four (Détrompez-vous) is a 2007 French comedy film directed by Bruno Dega.

Hui Buh (2006)

Drei Männer im Schnee (1974)

Three Men in the Snow (German: Drei Männer im Schnee) is a 1955 German comedy film based on the eponymous novel by Erich Kästner.

Desi Kattey (2014)

Desi Kattey is a 2014 Indian Hindi-language action-drama film directed and produced by Anand Kumar under the banner of Anand Kumar Productions. The film was released on 26 September 2014. The story and screenplay is written by Aaryaan Saxena. It features actor Sunil Shetty in the lead role. Creative and Executive Producer is Aryan Saha. Music of the film was composed by Kailash Kher.

Bakuretsu tenshi: Infinity (2007)

Joe Mande's Award-Winning Comedy Special (2017)

Todas Las Canciones Hablan De Mi (2010)

Every Song Is About Me (Spanish: Todas las canciones hablan de mí) is a 2010 Spanish comedy film directed by Jonás Trueba.

Bésame mucho (1996)

Karmma (2006)

The Products of the American Ghetto (2018)

Point of Seduction: Body Chemistry III (1994)

Louie Anderson: Mom! Louie's Looking at Me Again (1989)

Listopad: A Memory of the Velvet Revolution (2014)

The Beast And The Beauty (2005)

The Beast and the Beauty is a 2005 South Korean romantic comedy film.

The Restless Night (1958)

Restless Night is a 1958 West German war drama film directed by Falk Harnack and starring Bernhard Wicki, Ulla Jacobsson and Hansjörg Felmy. It is set on the Eastern Front during the Second World War.

Fertility: The Shared Journey with Mercier Therapy (2016)

Kissed by Winter (2005)

Kissed by Winter (Norwegian: Vinterkyss) is a Norwegian film that first premiered February 11, 2005 starring Norwegian actor Kristoffer Joner and Swedish actress Annika Hallin. Vinterkyss is similar to the Danish film Brødre in that it paints a very real picture of what can happen to family members in the event of an unexpected death. The movie is about the pain and sorrow that occurs after a loved one's death, as well as how love can appear in the most unexpected of places, even if it is not wanted. The film shows, in an authentic and convincing way, the daily lives of the characters, as well as what it is like to live in a very small community in a very large world. Victoria (Annika Hallin) starts a new life as a doctor in small, snowy Norwegian town. The film is a story of Victoria's struggle to deal with the deaths of two people: one who was very close to her (her son) and the other very distant (a stranger). Early one winter morning, a young man is found dead in the snow. Victoria points out that the circumstances surrounding the death are unclear, but the police officer figures that the dead teenager must have been hit by the snow plow and then buried under the snow. The stories of the two deaths become intertwined as Victoria tries to unravel the mystery of Darjosh, the young man found dead in the snow. Although Darjosh's parents are very reluctant to deal with Victoria, as the movie progresses, they become closer. At the same time she begins a relationship with the town's snow plow driver, Kai.

Sea Tomorrow (2016)

Tamagotchi: The Movie (2007)

Tamagotchi: The Movie is a 2007 Japanese animated film produced by OLM's Team Kamei division. It is the first Tamagotchi feature film ever produced, officially based on the digital pet franchise jointly created by Bandai and WiZ. It is directed by Jōji Shimura of Pokémon and written by Aya Matsui of Boys Over Flowers and was released in theaters by Toho on December 15, 2007, and on DVD on July 23, 2008 in Japan.

Cotton Patch Gospel (1988)

All the Beautiful Things (2014)

All the Beautiful Things is a 2014 American documentary film written and directed by John D. Harkrider. The film premiered in competition category of U.S. Documentary Competition program at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2014.

Snow White and the Magic Mirror (1994)

Bound and Gagged: A Love Story (1993)

Torah Codes: End To Darkness (2015)

Moongirl (2005)

Moongirl is an animated short produced in 2005 by Laika. It was written and directed by Henry Selick and features a score by They Might Be Giants. It is the first film, and currently the only short film, produced by the company.

Bye-Bye Bin Laden (2009)

Das sündige Bett (1973)

Bound Cargo (2003)

Wholetrain (2006)

Wholetrain is a 2006 German drama film directed by Florian Gaag. It portraits a group of friends spraying Graffitis on trains at night.

Seven Mummies (2006)

Inxs - Live Baby Live (1991)

Devil and the Deep (1932)

Devil and the Deep is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Marion Gering and starring Tallulah Bankhead, Gary Cooper, Charles Laughton, and Cary Grant. Based on the novel Sirenes et Tritons by Maurice Larrouy, the film is about a Naval commander who has alienated his wife due to his insane jealousy over every man she speaks to. After his obsessive behavior drives her to the arms of a handsome lieutenant, tragic drama ensues.

Boom Boom Sabotage (2006)

Tony Hawk in Boom Boom Sabotage is a computer-animated feature-length film starring Tony Hawk produced by Mainframe Entertainment. FUNimation Entertainment distributed the movie in USA and Japan, while Alliance Atlantis distributed it in Canada. In Mainframe's early productions, the movie was titled Tony Hawk in 'Boom Boom Goes the Circus', which uses cel-shading characters. Some of the early designs can still be seen in Mainframe's web site.

Within the Woods (2005)

Within the Woods is a 1978 horror short film written, directed and produced by Sam Raimi. Raimi drew inspiration from his earlier short film Clockwork, deciding to produce a "prototype" horror film to help build the interest of potential investors. Raimi cast his friends Bruce Campbell and Ellen Sandweiss as the two protagonists and produced the film for $1,600. Shot on location in a remote cabin in the woods, production was a difficult process because of the low budget. Several of the special effects presented in the film were done in a severely low budget manner, some of which were improvised on set. The film centers around demonic possession and mysterious forces originating from the woods.

Judge (2009)

Judge is a manga series written and illustrated by Fujihiko Hosono, published in Futabasha's Action Brother and Comic Action Character. The story focuses on the Japanese hell, where judgment is passed on the living.

Tokyo Mafia: Yakuza Wars (1995)

Something to Think About (1920)

Something to Think About is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. The film stars Elliott Dexter and Gloria Swanson. Prints of the film exist at George Eastman House and the Filmmuseum in Amsterdam.

The Revolution of Juan Escopeta (2011)

Street Without End (1934)

Mikio Naruse’s final silent film is a gloriously rich portrait of a waitress, Sugiko, whose life, despite a host of male admirers and even some intrigued movie talent scouts, ends up taking a suffocatingly domestic turn after a wealthy businessman accidentally hits her with his car. Featuring vividly drawn characters and bold political commentary, Street Without End is the grandly entertaining silent melodrama with which Naruse arrived at the brink of the sound era.

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.