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.

A Man with Style (2011)

The Strangers Upstairs (1961)

Botanical Books (2016)

Evergreen Love is a 2016 Japanese romance film directed by Kōichirō Miki, starring Takanori Iwata and Mitsuki Takahata and based on the romance novel Shokubutsu Zukan by Hiro Arikawa. It was released in Japan on June 4, 2016.

Danger Stalks Near (1957)

Yawara! Sore yuke koshinuke kizzu! (1992)

Shôgun Iemitsu no ranshin - Gekitotsu (1989)

Ultraman Cosmos: The First Contact (2001)

Ultraman Cosmos: The First Contact is Ultraman Cosmos's first theatrical film adaptation, and was released in Japan on August 3, 2001. It is a tokusatsu superhero film in the Ultraman franchise, it also celebrates the 35th anniversary of the franchise. It is a direct prequel to the original Ultraman Cosmos television series.

Jacob's Paradox (2015)

A quantum physics professor pushes himself to the brink of madness to bring back his dead wife.

Kiss My Ashes (2018)

A vampire, a nihilist, and a murderous dwarf who has super powers team up with a woman who has a magical penis to fulfill an ancient prophecy.

Trinity Sees Red (1970)

The Wind's Fierce (Spanish: La cólera del viento, Italian: La collera del vento, also known as Revenge of Trinity, Trinity Sees Red and The Wind's Anger) is a 1970 Spanish-Italian western-drama film written and directed by Mario Camus.

Marc and Ann (1991)

Portrait of Marc and Ann Savoy, musicians dedicated to the preservation of the Cajun culture.

Cinderella: The Enchanted Beginning (2018)

Cinderella Perrault had a loving father and a great life in her Luxury House. When her father died, her life turned upside down. Morgan the wicked step mother and her two daughters, Lexi and Mercedes are treating her like a maid. But everything changes when she meets Adam Windsor. An eligible bachelor that Morgan wants for one of her daughters, until he sees Cinderella and falls in love with her.

The Test (2013)

O Concurso is a 2013 Brazilian comedy film directed by Pedro Vasconcellos. The film was released in Brazil on July 19, 2013.

JonBenet's Tricycle (2018)

A Denver man collects odd items and forges bonds with them.

Almost There (2016)

Three men search for happiness in the twilight of their lives.

Der Fluch (1988)

Ludwig/Walkenhorst - Der Weg zu Gold (2016)

Confusion (2015)

HahaKaar (2018)

Amy Schumer Presents Mark Normand: Don't Be Yourself (2017)

Mark Normand explores the problem with modern manliness, the struggles faced by introverts and how watching your parents have sex would be the most effective punishment.

Varun Thakur: Vicky This Side, Varun That Side (2017)

A World of Dreams: Voices from the Out100 (2013)

Jingle All The Way (2011)

Jingle All the Way is a 2011 American stop motion animated children's television special produced for Hallmark Channel, directed by Chel White and produced at Bent Image Lab. In reviewing the 2011 television holiday special programs, Mike Hale of The New York Times called Jingle All the Way "...by far the best of the bunch. In addition to its charming art and pleasantly low-key storytelling, “Jingle” stands apart from the other holiday programs by not focusing on the manufacturing or delivery of toys." Hale also mentions, "For some honest emotion, and a combination of retro holiday spirit with adventurous animation, tune in for Jingle All the Way...(it) looks like something you’d see at a European animation festival or late at night on Adult Swim, but it is also gentle and completely Hallmark-appropriate."

David & Goliath (2005)

It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966)

It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown is a 1966 American prime time animated television special based on the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz. A Halloween special, it was the third Peanuts special (and second holiday-themed special, following A Charlie Brown Christmas) to be produced and animated by Bill Melendez. It was also the first Peanuts special to use the titular pattern of a short phrase, followed by "Charlie Brown", a pattern which would remain the norm for almost all subsequent Peanuts specials. Its initial broadcast took place on October 27, 1966, on CBS, preempting My Three Sons. (The original sponsors - as seen during the original opening sequence, almost never seen afterward in its entirety - were Coca-Cola, the original sponsor of A Charlie Brown Christmas, and the Dolly Madison brand of baked snack foods, which would go on to be a longtime co-sponsor of the Peanuts specials on CBS.) CBS re-aired the special annually through 2000, with ABC picking up the rights beginning in 2001, where it now airs annually during the Halloween season. The program was nominated for an Emmy Award. It has been issued on home video several times, including a Remastered Deluxe Edition of the special released by Warner Home Video on September 2, 2008, with the bonus feature It's Magic, Charlie Brown which was released in 1981. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, a retrospective book was published in 2006. It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown: The Making of a Television Classic includes the entire script, never-before-seen photographs, storyboard excerpts, and interviews with the original child actors who provided the voices of the Peanuts gang. A history of the program and the various religious interpretations of Linus' sincere belief in the Great Pumpkin are explained in the 2015 book, A Charlie Brown Religion.

The Stork Pays Off (1941)

The Stork Pays Off is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Lew Landers and written by Fanya Foss and Aleen Leslie. The film stars Victor Jory, Rochelle Hudson, Maxie Rosenbloom, Horace McMahon, George McKay and Ralf Harolde. The film was released on October 6, 1941, by Columbia Pictures.

Pohádky pro Emu (2016)

Isiboshwa (1989)

Victims! (1985)

All Men Are Brothers (1975)

All Men Are Brothers, also known as Seven Soldiers of Kung Fu, is a 1975 Hong Kong wuxia film based on the Chinese classical novel Water Margin. The film was produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio and directed by Chang Cheh and Wu Ma.

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).

Schoolgirls in Chains (1973)

Ballet (1989)

Étoile, also known as Ballet or Star, is a 1989 film starring Jennifer Connelly and Gary McCleery.

Cirque du Soleil: Corteo (2006)

Cat, a fugitive from a parallel Earth ruled by aliens, lands on "our" Earth in the middle of a freeway, causing an accident. She is slightly injured, and wakes up in the emergency room of a hospital, where Thomas, a doctor, takes care of her. He finds out that Cat is fleeing a group of servants of the Dark Lord. They hitch-hike to the nearest Doorway to another parallel world. They arrive in an alter-Earth where petrol has disappeared. Their adventures continue as they are still chased by villains. At last, they stumble through another door and land on top of Mt Rushmore. But the four faces that are sculpted on it show that Thomas is clearly not back home yet.

Cease Fire! (1953)

Part documentary, part drama and part cinéma vérité, Cease Fire! began as an idea by director Owen Crump, who in the 40s scripted military-themed short films for Warner Brothers and later on produced the documentary short One Who Came Back, about the air evacuation of wounded U.S. soldiers who fought in the Korean War.

Thou Shalt Not Kill... Except (1985)

The surviving members of a Vietnam patrol unit return to find their hometown taken over by a bloodthirsty cult. When the cult goes after one of their families, things become personal. The soldiers quickly realize they must turn their home into a warzone to bring down the cult.

To All A Goodnight (1980)

The Calvin Finishing School for Girls is closed for Christmas vacation. However, Mrs. Jensen (the housemother), five teenage girls and their mischievous male companions are all that remain at the school...or are they? Instead of Santa Claus, they find themselves terrorized by a killer who gives new meaning to the phrase 'To All a Good Night'.

PSP: Gaya Mahasiswa (2019)

Born in Jerusalem and Still Alive (2020)

Ladrões de Tuta e Meia (2019)

Mumbai High: The Musical (2016)

Isis: The British Women Supporters Unveiled (2015)

Panarea (1997)

CineMagia: A História das Videolocadoras de São Paulo (2017)

João, O Maestro (2017)

Maresia (2016)

Los del suelo (2015)

The Doors: The Doors Are Open (1968)

Batman Tech (2008)

Shangri-La: Near Extinction (2018)

Secrets in the Sky: The Untold Story of Skunk Works (2019)

In 1943, in a circus tent in Burbank, CA, a bunch of revolutionary thinkers first gathered together in secrecy to build America’s first jet fighter. They were rule benders, chance takers, corner cutters—people who believed that nothing was impossible. In the decades that followed, this secret club would create some of the most iconic flying machines in history: the U-2 spy plane, the SR-71 Blackbird, the F-117 stealth bomber… each of them so unfamiliar, so far ahead of their time, that they were often mistaken for something otherworldly. Secrets in the Sky: The Untold Story of Skunk Works pulls back the veil of secrecy on Lockheed Martin’s enigmatic Skunk Works program. It features never-before-seen material: rare photos, films locked away for decades, and entries from the private journals and logbooks of Skunk Works’ founder and aerospace legend, Kelly Johnson. With narration by Dennis Quaid, in Kelly Johnson’s own words, the film plunges deep into a world shrouded in secrecy—where wars are won or lost not just on the battlefield, but at the design table. Secrets in the Sky: The Untold Story of Skunk Works reveals the incredible story of one small group of bootstrapping engineers and pilots whose innovative aircraft changed world history.

Lo que podríamos ser (2018)

The Ghostly Face (1972)

The Ghostly Face is a 1972 Hong Kong film.

Kedi (2006)

Kedi is a 2006 Indian Tamil film written and directed by Jyothi Krishna, who earlier directed the 2003 Tamil film Enakku 20 Unakku 18. Starring his brother Ravi Krishna in the lead role, the film marks the Kollywood debut of the female actress Tamannaah Bhatia and Ileana. Where Tamannaah plays a character with negative shade and Ileana plays love interest of Ravi Krishna whilst Ramesh Khanna, Atul Kulkarni, Adithya, M. S. Baskar and Suman Setty played supporting roles in the film. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film released on 24 September 2006 and was later dubbed into Telugu and released as Jadoo.The film earned mixed to positive reviews in both Tamil and Telugu and commercial success.

Oru Naal Oru Kanavu (2005)

Oru Naal Oru Kanavu (Tamil: ஒரு நாள் ஒரு கனவு, English: One day, one dream) is a 2005 Indian Tamil romance film directed by Fazil. Srikanth, Sonia Agarwal and Nizhalgal Ravi play the lead roles and it has music by Ilaiyaraaja and camera by Anandakuttan. Oru Naal Oru Kanavu his 27th film, released on 26 August 2005.

Father of Four (1953)

Far til Fire, (English Title: Father of Four), is a 1953 Danish family comedy directed by Alice O'Fredericks and starring Ib Schønberg and Birgitte Bruun. The film is based on the comic strip by Kaj Engholm and Olaf Hast. It was the inaugural film in a series of eight Father of Four films made by ASA Films, one each year from 1953 to 1961.

Yazichniki (2018)

One Deep Breath (2014)

The Next of Kin (1942)

The Next of Kin, also known as Next of Kin, is a 1942 Second World War propaganda film produced by Ealing Studios. The film was originally commissioned by the British War Office as a training film to promote the government propaganda message that "Careless talk costs lives". After being taken on by Ealing Studios, the project was expanded and given a successful commercial release. After the war and up until at least the mid 1960s, services in British Commonwealth countries continued to use The Next of Kin as part of security training.

Convoy of Women (1974)

Nostradamus: Voice from the Past (1998)

A Chronicle of Corpses (2000)

The Sinful Bed (1973)

Women in Bondage (1943)

Women in Bondage is a 1943 World War II film about conditions for women under Hitler's regime. The plot involves two women imprisoned for speaking out against the government. It was directed by Steve Sekely and starred Gail Patrick and Nancy Kelly. The film was one of the most successful in the history of Monogram.

Les vampires (1915)

The undisputed master of the espionage serial, Louis Feuillade crafted films with labyrinthine plots and unforgettable characters that influenced multiple generations of filmmakers. Comprised of ten episodes, and clocking in at nearly seven hours in duration, LES VAMPIRES is an unqualified masterpiece.

Love Story (2006)

Dragon Lee vs. Five Brothers (1978)

Dragon Lee vs. The Five Brothers is a 1978 Bruceploitation martial arts film starring Dragon Lee. The film is commonly included on public domain dvd sets.

VeggieTales: God Made You Special (2007)

Bound Cargo (2003)

Riders Of Death Valley (1941)

Riders of Death Valley (1941) is a Universal movie serial. It was a high budget serial with an all-star cast led by Dick Foran and Buck Jones. Ford Beebe and Ray Taylor directed.

The Museum of Wonders (2010)

Joseph Smith: Plates of Gold (2011)

Grayson (2004)

Grayson is a 2004 fan film made by John Fiorella featuring DC Comics character Dick Grayson along with several other DC Universe characters. Since it is a fan film, it was not allowed to be sold at a profit and was thus distributed for free on the internet. The film is a mock trailer for a Grayson movie; however, no such movie exists. Currently, there are also no plans for a full-length feature film, because the filmmakers have no possibility to produce such a film without the support of Warner Bros. The original screenplay for a full-length picture is available for download at the Untamed Cinema official website.

Maetel Legend (2000)

Maetel Legend is a 2000 anime OVA based on characters created by Leiji Matsumoto about how the planet La Maetelle becomes the planet Andromeda, also known as Planet Maetel. It serves a link between Matsumoto's previous series Queen Millennia and Galaxy Express 999. The series Space Symphony Maetel is a continuation. The OVA and series are supposed to follow Queen Millennia chronologically, and are prequels to Galaxy Express 999.

Murder-Rock: Dancing Death (1984)

Brand New 2018 Master! From Italian horror legend Lucio Fulci, the creator of Zombie and The Beyond, comes the ultimate music thriller nightmare! The world of dance is brutal... the rehearsals are grueling... the competition is fierce. At the Arts for Living Center in New York City, the best of the best are dying for a part in a major production, but only a select few will be chosen. Now the contenders are being narrowed down at the hands of a killer who uses a deadly hatpin to pierce women’s hearts through their bare breasts. Ambition and jealousy appear to be motives, which makes everyone a suspect! Also known as The Demon Is Loose and Slashdance, this stylish chiller stars Olga Karlatos (Purple Rain, Zombie), Ray Lovelock (Almost Human, The Cassandra Crossing), and Claudio Cassinelli (Screamers, Hands of Steel), featuring an insane soundtrack from prog rock legend Keith Emerson (The Church, Dario Argento’s Inferno). Now see this flashy, skin-tillating cult classic more beauitful than ever with a new HD transfer!

White Hell of Pitz Palu (1929)

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

If You Were Me (2003)

If You Were Me is a 2003 South Korean omnibus film, comprising six short films directed by six prominent Korean directors, including Park Chan-wook. Commissioned by the National Human Rights Commission of Korea for ₩50 million each, the shorts deal with discrimination in Korea and the directors were given free rein with regards to subject and style. The film has spawned three live-action sequels, as well as two animated films, which deal with similar themes.

Cemetery Sisters (1987)

Zombie Cheerleading Camp (2007)

The Fear: Resurrection (1999)

Vengeance (1977)

After witnessing the brutal slaying of his family and the kidnapping of his sister, Tom carries out a personal vendetta against the outlaws, killing them one by one with rattlesnakes and scorpions.

Every-Night Dreams (1933)

Every-Night Dreams is a 1933 Japanese drama film directed by Mikio Naruse.

Cries of Ecstasy, Blows of Death (1973)

The Whispering Shadow (1933)

The Whispering Shadow is a 1933 American Pre-Code serial film directed by Colbert Clark and Albert Herman and starring Béla Lugosi in his first of five serial roles. Lugosi received $10,000, the highest known salary of his career, for this film. The serial was filmed in 12 days and was the last role for actor Karl Dane.

Wicked Temptations (2002)

Public Enemies: The Golden Age of the Gangster Film (2008)

The Occult History of the Third Reich (1992)

The Occult History of the Third Reich, narrated by Patrick Allen and directed by Dave Flitton, is a 1991 four-part History Channel documentary regarding the occult influences and history of Nazi Germany and early 20th century Germany.

Dancing with Monica (2017)

An unflinching insight into a life spent in prostitution Monica’s life has been tough. Raped and abused as a child in Colombia, she was then trafficked to Spain, Japan and Denmark as a prostitute. Eventually she managed to escape the brothel where she had been held against her will. Throughout her struggles, Monica was armed with a camera, and filmed her everyday life for 25 years. This doc beautifully weaves Monica’s own footage into her ongoing story of hope, despair and redemption.

WWE Divas: Desert Heat (2003)

Kishiwada shônen gurentai: Bôkyô (1998)

Young Thugs: Nostalgia is a 1998 Japanese film directed by Takashi Miike. It is based on the autobiographical novel Kishiwada Shōnen Gurentai: Bōkyō, written by Riichi Nakaba.

RiffTrax Live: Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny (2011)

American Pie Revealed (2003)

Disembodied (1998)

Hour of Death (1964)

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

The Invisible Monster (1950)

The Invisible Monster (1950) is a Republic film serial.

Full Metal gokudô (1997)

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

Fireplace: Visions of Tranquility (2007)

Cat Soup (2001)

Cat Soup is a 2001 Japanese animated short experimental film directed by Tatsuo Satō, inspired by the work of manga artist Nekojiru. The surreal film follows Nyatta, an anthropomorphic kitten, on his travel to the land of the dead and back in an effort to save his sister's soul. Cat Soup was released direct-to-DVD in Japan on 21 February 2001. Central Park Media licensed the film in North America under its Software Sculptors label and was released on DVD on September 9, 2003.