Paura: Lucio Fulci Remembered - Volume 1 (2008)
Alien Escape (1996)
Claustrophobia (retitled Serial Slayer for home video release) is a 2003 horror thriller written and directed by Mark Tapio Kines. The films stars Melanie Lynskey, Sheeri Rappaport, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Will Collyer, and Judith O'Dea.
Vampire Call Girls (1998)
Spacemen, Go-go Girls and the True Meaning of Christmas (2004)
Half Way to Hell (1955)
El Greco (2007)
El Greco is a Greek biographical film about the life of the Greek painter of the Spanish Renaissance, Domenicos Theotokopoulos, known worldwide as El Greco. Based on the fictionalized biographical novel, El Greco: o Zografos tou Theou (El Greco: the Painter of God), by Dimitris Siatopoulos, it was released in 2007, directed by Yannis Smaragdis and written by Jackie Pavlenko. The main cast features prominent contemporary Greek actors like Lakis Lazopoulos, Dimitra Matsouka and Dina Konsta, and includes popular actors of the Greek cinema of the 1960s such as Sotiris Moustakas and Katerina Helmi, who, along with Juan Diego Botto, Laia Marull and others, surround the leading actor, Nick Ashdon, who portrays El Greco.
Paul Mooney: Jesus Is Black - So Was Cleopatra - Know Your History (2007)
Alone Against Terror (1986)
Purple Glow (2005)
Namus (Armenian: Նամուս, meaning "honor") is a 1925 silent film by Hamo Beknazarian, based on Alexander Shirvanzade's 1885 novel of the same name, which denounces the despotic rites and customs of Caucasian families. It is widely recognized as the first Armenian feature film.
Willkommen daheim (2005)
The Erotic Misadventures of the Invisible Man (2003)
Rojo sangre (2004)
Josh Groban: Awake Live (2008)
Eurythmics: Greatest Hits (1991)
The Irony of Fate 2 (2007)
The Irony of Fate 2 or The Irony of Fate: Continuation (Russian: Ирония Судьбы. Продолжение; Ironiya sud’by. Prodolzheniye) is a 2007 Russian romantic comedy film directed by Timur Bekmambetov based on a screenplay by Alexey Slapovskiy produced by Channel One and released by Mosfilm. It is a direct sequel of the first The Irony of Fate.
It was originally rumored to be put in production in a press release, dedicated to the original movie's 30th anniversary in 2005.
Irony of Fate earned $55,000,000 in total from its gross box-office release, with $49,000,000 coming from the Russian box-office alone.
Shut Up and Kiss Me! (2004)
Shut Up and Kiss Me is a 2004 romantic comedy film starring Christopher Daniel Barnes, Kristin Richardson, Krista Allen and Brad Rowe. It was written by Steven Chase and Howard Flamm and directed by Gary Brockette.
One Day Removals (2008)
Mon père, Francis le Belge (2010)
Vergeßt Mozart (1985)
Forget Mozart (German:Vergeßt Mozart) is a 1985 West German-Czech mystery film directed by Miloslav Luther and starring Armin Mueller-Stahl, Max Tidof and Wolfgang Preiss.
Following the death of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a number of those who knew him are assembled to establish the cause of his death.
Kogda zazhigayutsya yolki (1950)
Sulude godine (1988)
The Roly Poly Man (1994)
The Roly Poly Man is a 1994 Australian feature film.
Okul ("School") is a 2004 Turkish horror-comedy film directed by the Taylan brothers (Yağmur Taylan and Durul Taylan). It is adapted from the novel Hayalet Kitap by Doğu Yücel who also wrote the screenplay. Kevin Moore provided the film's soundtrack.
Mei lai muk ling (2010)
Flying Saucers Over Hollywood: The 'Plan 9' Companion (1992)
Let's Go Crazy (1951)
Let's Go Crazy is a 1951 comedy film marking an early appearance of Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers playing multiple roles.
Faith Rewarded: The Historic Season of the 2004 Boston Red Sox (2004)
Fake ID (2003)
Fake ID is a 2003 gay-themed comedy film. Directed by Gil D. Reyes, Fake ID is filmed and set in Louisville, Kentucky. The March 2003 premiere was held in Louisville. The DVD was released May 25, 2004.
Akseli and Elina (1970)
Akseli and Elina (Finnish: Akseli ja Elina) is a 1970 Finnish drama film directed by Edvin Laine. It was entered into the 7th Moscow International Film Festival. The film is based on the third volume of Väinö Linna's novel trilogy Under the North Star. It's a sequel to the 1968 film Here, Beneath the North Star which was based on the two first volumes of the trilogy.
Brainstorm (Portuguese: Bicho de Sete Cabeças) is a 2000 drama film directed by Laís Bodanzky based on the autobiographical book Canto dos Malditos by Austregésilo Carrano Bueno. The film was made through a partnership between Brazilian and Italian studios and starred Rodrigo Santoro, Othon Bastos and Cassia Kiss. The film tells the story of Neto, a young man who is admitted to a psychiatric hospital after his father discovers he is a user of marijuana. There, Neto is submitted to abuse. In addition to abuse by psychiatric hospitals, the film deals with the issues of drugs and relationships between fathers and sons. Bodanzky read Carrano's book in 1996 and, impressed by the theme, assigned Luiz Bolognesi to adapt it into a film and transpose its setting from the 1970s to the 1990s. In addition to keeping the film in the present, Bodanzky chose to make it a documentary-style film to create greater impact on the viewer. Bolognesi began writing in 1997 with the freedom to make changes to the original story. The film was shot in early 2000 in São Paulo, and was edited and finalized in Italy. Brainstorm had its premiere at the Rio Film Festival in October 2000. It subsequently received several awards and nominations both domestically and internationally; among them, Best Actor at the Cartagena Film Festival, and Best Film at the Brasília Film Festival. Domestic critical response was generally favorable and focused on the acting and its themes. On the other hand, international critics were more mixed in their response.
The Last Script: Remembering Luis Buñuel (2008)
Fidel: The Untold Story is a documentary released in 2001 by Estela Bravo. The film features interviews with:
Everything Is Terrible: The Movie (2009)
Deadly China Doll (1973)
Darth Vader's Psychic Hotline (2002)
Darth Vader's Psychic Hotline is a fan film that made its debut on the Internet on April 16, 2002, created by fans of the Star Wars franchise. It is a spoof of Star Wars and Miss Cleo-type psychic hotline infomercials, with Darth Vader taking calls and giving advice to various Star Wars characters. While the film primarily spoofs the Star Wars universe in the format of an infomercial, there are several other notable targets, including subtle references to Star Trek, Babylon 5, Back to the Future, Red Dwarf, Battlestar Galactica, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The film also uses a similar concept as the television show Frasier, where many of the guest callers are voiced by celebrities. This film features the voices of Kevin J. Anderson as Luke Skywalker, Claudia Christian as Princess Leia, Peter David as an Imperial officer, and Mike Jittlov as Han Solo. The film has played at many film festivals, and proven popular with Star Wars fans, winning several awards, including Best Visual Effects and a Special Award for Merit at the 2003 Dahlonega International Film Festival. It was the second runner-up for the Audience Choice Award in the Lucasfilm-sponsored 2002 Official Star Wars Fan Film Awards.
Heroes and Gay Nazis (2005)
Men, Heroes and Gay Nazis (German: Männer, Helden, schwule Nazis) is a 2005 German documentary film directed, written and produced by Rosa von Praunheim. The film focuses on gay men who align themselves with hardcore right-wing views, white power skinheads, and Nazis.
Rosa von Praunheim stated of the subjects featured in the documentary, “Some may be shocked that I do not take a stand in my film and do not portray gay neo-Nazis as monsters, but as people living their lives in dramatic contradiction.”
311: Enlarged to Show Detail (1996)
Go behind the scenes with 311 on Enlarged to Show Detail, featuring an all-access look at the band on tour, rare behind-the-scenes footage and interviews, plus videos of Down, All Mixed Up, Homebrew and more.
Girl Seduction (2003)
Undying Love (1991)
Fight! Batman, Fight! (1973)
Dear Betrayed Friends (2012)
Galileo (also known as Galileo Galilei) is a 1968 Italian-Bulgarian biographical drama film directed by Liliana Cavani. It depicts the life of Galileo Galilei and particularly his clash with the Catholic Church regarding the interpretation of his astronomical observations with the newly invented telescope.
Comida para gatos (2008)
When Lynch Met Lucas (2010)
As Aventuras de Sérgio Mallandro (1985)
As aventuras de Sérgio Mallandro (The Adventures of Sergio Mallandro) is a Brazilian movie directed by Erasto Filho, released in 1985.
Scorsese on Scorsese (2004)
E a Vida Continua... (2012)
E a Vida Continua... is a 2012 Brazilian drama film directed by Paulo Figueiredo, based on the book of the same name by the medium Chico Xavier.
Udzinarta mze (1992)
The Sun of the Sleepless (Georgian: უძინართა მზე, translit. Udzinarta mze) is a 1992 Georgian drama film directed by Temur Babluani. It was entered into the 43rd Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Silver Bear for an outstanding artistic contribution. The film had been directed since 1985 till 1992. The film was translated into several languages using voice-over technique as well as subtitles (e.g. German, English). Catchphrases and a soundtrack (more precisely melody which is a leitmotif of this film) of the film are very widespread among Georgian people. Occasionally vulgar words occur in the film. The director has dedicated the work to his father, who is also a doctor.
Wild Fire (2005)
Le Volcan interdit (1966)
Le Volcan interdit is a 1966 French documentary film directed by Haroun Tazieff. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. The film is set in Zaire, following an expedition exploring the crater of the Niragongo volcano of the Virunga chain, whose eruptions are known for their violence and their massive lava flows.
The Stratford Adventure (1954)
The Stratford Adventure is a 1954 Canadian documentary film about the founding of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, directed by Morten Parker. It was named Film of the Year at the Canadian Film Awards and nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 27th Academy Awards.
U2 - Vertigo 2005: Live from Milan (2006)
Playboy: Cyber Girls (2002)
Los Caraduros (1983)
Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliott: Hits of Miss E... The Videos, Volume 1 (2001)
nWo: The Revolution (2012)
The Dirdy Birdy (1994)
90° South (1933)
Teat Beat of Sex (2008)
Two Gangsters in the Wild West (1964)
Two Mafiamen in the Far West (Italian: Due mafiosi nel Far West) is a 1964 Italian comedy western film directed by Giorgio Simonelli. Its stars Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia and Fernando Sancho.
Beach Boys Good Timin' (2003)
The Remake (2006)
The Remake is a 2006 horror film directed by Tommy Brunswick, and written by Todd Brunswick and Dwayne Roszkowski.
The King of Communism: The Pomp & Pageantry of Nicolae Ceausescu (2002)
Sex for Sale: American Escort (2012)
Le confort et l'indifférence (1982)
Comfort and Indifference (French: Le confort et l'indifférence) is a 1982 documentary film by Denys Arcand, offering an analysis of the 1980 Quebec referendum, in which "sovereignty-association" was defeated as a first step to eventual secession from Canada. The film takes the position that the referendum result was a failure of courage and that the Québécois were numbed by prosperity and the explicitly Machiavellian manipulations of federalist leaders.
How to Kiss (1989)
American Revenge (1988)
Ben-Hur: The Epic That Changed Cinema (2005)
Crude: The Incredible Journey of Oil (2007)
Giovanni e Paolo e il mistero dei pupi (2010)
Miss Universe Pageant (2008)
Chief Charlie Horse (1956)
Chief Charlie Horse is the 68th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on May 7, 1956, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal International.
Aiven Raula Pai Gaya (2012)
Gloria, victima de la fama (2000)
Vamos por la parejita (1969)
Nuit d'ivresse (1986)
Nuit d'ivresse (Drunkenness night) is a 1986 French cult comedy film directed by Bernard Nauer and starring Josiane Balasko and Thierry Lhermitte.
Daisy-Head Mayzie (1995)
Full Love (formerly known as Soldiers and The Eagle Path) is an upcoming action drama written, produced, edited, and directed by Jean-Claude Van Damme, who also stars as in the film as main character Frenchy. The film also features two of his children, Kristopher Van Varenberg and Bianca Bree. The first film edit under the previously titled The Eagle Path was screened at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. Filming resumes in August 2012 for additional scenes.
What in the World Are They Spraying? (2010)
Kivenpyörittäjän kylä (1995)
The Last Wedding (Finnish: Kivenpyörittäjän kylä) is a 1995 Finnish comedy film directed by Markku Pölönen. The film was selected as the Finnish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 68th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
The Leprechauns' Christmas Gold (1981)
U2: 360 Degrees at the Rose Bowl (2009)
Lorts of the Flys (2009)
Improbable Collapse: The Demolition of Our Republic (2006)
Second Thoughts (2004)
My So-called Love (2008)
Amoklauf is a 1994 German horror film written and directed by Uwe Boll. Boll's third feature, it established a number of directorial trademarks that would recur throughout the filmmakers's career, such as a scene involving a mass shooting, and a premise revolving around "psychologically disturbed men and intersecting systems of oppression conspiring to unleash the violent potential within them."
Cirkus Revyen 2009 (2009)
Boetie Gaan Border Toe! (1984)
Boetie Gaan Border Toe is a 1984 satire film set during the South African Border War. The film was directed by Regardt van den Bergh, and stars Arnold Vosloo, Frank Dankert and Frank Opperman. Production was assisted by the South African Defence Force (SADF).
Iden & Tity (2003)