Sex Up Your Life! (2005)

Lucas (2012)

Entangled (2014)

Goodbye Mom (2014)

Teddy Bears' Picnic (2006)

Shi san hao xiong zhai (1975)

Break of Day (2013)

Majnu (2013)

Nessuno è perfetto (1981)

Nessuno è perfetto (Nobody is perfect) is a 1981 Italian comedy film directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile. The film was a great commercial success, grossing over 10 billion lire at the Italian box office. For her performance Ornella Muti won the Globo d'oro for best actress.

Chicken (2001)

Chicken is a 2001 Irish short film directed by Barry Dignam about the way adolescent males sometimes redirect their feelings of affection for each other into often violent or competitive activities such as games of chicken.

Blinded (2006)

Darling Darling (2005)

Victor Crowl's Victory (2014)

Up in Smoke (1957)

Up in Smoke is a 1957 film starring the comedy team of The Bowery Boys. The film was released on December 22, 1957 by Allied Artists and is the forty-seventh film in the series.

My Brother's Wife (1966)

Smashed (2017)

Desert Gold (1926)

Desert Gold is a 1926 silent American Western film directed by George B. Seitz. According to the film survives while Arne Andersen Lost Film Files has it as a lost film. Portions of the film were shot near Palm Springs, California.

Against the Law (1934)

Lover's Concerto (1995)

Back of House (2015)

Join Australian artist Jeff Martin as he travels to the best restaurants on Earth to create unique large-scale artworks. In each fine dining establishment, Martin spends one night sketching the chaos of the kitchen mid-service and then uses his drawings to create a one-off piece of art. The series counts down to an exhibition of his work that will run at the 50 Best Restaurant Awards in London.

Ain't Misbehavin' (1941)

Musical short in which jazz pianist Fats Waller performs his most famous song, 'Ain't Misbehavin'.

Die Laughing (2017)

The film centers around real life actor and stand-up comedian Bob Golub. After serving a two-year prison sentence for dealing cocaine, Golub began his stand-up routine in the ‘80s. His edgy and profane comedy style earned him featured roles in films such as Goodfellas (with Ray Liotta & Robert De Niro) and Art School Confidential (with John Malkovich and Steve Buscemi), among others. In Die Laughing, Golub plays himself, a comedian who is great at killing a crowd with his jokes…and with his hands. After answering an online advert’ placed by a filmmaker searching for people who have committed an actual homicide, Golub responds. Insanity and murder ensue as we get an inside look at this funny guy's demented, murderous, and darkly comedic world. Die Laughing is an improvised work from the minds of Golub and his filmmaking partner-in-crime, Mark Mannschreck. Inspired by the likes of the cult hit Man Bites Dog, this pseudo-documentary was shot over many months on the road, with Golub using a single camera in a raw, cinéma vérité style.

Eto sluchilos v militsii (1963)

Chyornyy prints (1973)

Demônios e Maravilhas (1987)

Demons and Wonders is a 1987 Brazilian autobiographical documentary film by and about Brazilian filmmaker, director, screenwriter, film and television actor and media personality José Mojica Marins. Marins is also known by his alter ego Zé do Caixão. In the film Marins focuses on himself in scenes recounting life and experiences in filmmaking, with much focus on Marins' many battles with Brazilian film censors.

Verbena trágica (1938)

Verbena Trágica is a 1939 film directed by Charles Lamont. The film was made in 1938 in the Spanish language only, unusual for the time but most likely due to the film's themes of adultery and revenge.

Anuska, Manequim e Mulher (1968)

Mondo Freudo (1966)

The Pioneer's Violin (1971)

The Monster (1954)

The Monster is a 1954 Egyptian crime film directed by Salah Abouseif. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival. It was one of the first films to be labelled as a "social thriller" by cinema writer Georges Sadoul for its use of documentary style, depictions of police abuse, and backdrop of life in the Egyptian countryside.

Liebesgrüße aus der Lederhos'n (1973)

Life Is A Circus, Charlie Brown (1980)

Life is a Circus, Charlie Brown is the 20th prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. It was originally aired on the CBS network on October 24, 1980. The special won an Emmy Award in 1981 for Outstanding Animated Program.

Multiplicity (2014)

Self-Reflection (2014)

Forced Alliance (1989)

Balloons over Babylon (2019)

Johnnie Fedora and Alice Bluebonnet (1946)

Tridtsat tri (1965)

Thirty Three is a 1965 Soviet comedy film directed by Georgiy Daneliya.

A Nation Is Awaking (1932)

Tir (2014)

Thunderbolt (1973)

Junior Army (1942)

Junior Army is a 1942 American film directed by Lew Landers, starring Freddie Bartholomew, Billy Halop, and Huntz Hall, and released by Columbia Pictures.

The Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda (1968)

Folkets ven (1918)

Cinema Company (2012)

Cinema Company is a 2012 Malayalam romantic comedy drama film written and directed by Mamas, and starring mainly newcomers. Basil, Sanjeev M Nair, Shruthi Hariharan and Badri play the roles of four close friends who dream of making a film.

A Dragonfly for Each Corpse (1975)

The Flying Gauchito (1945)

G.I. Pink (1968)

The Pink Panther decides to join the U.S. Army, creating havoc for his sergeant (the little man).

Rue princesse (1994)

The Man with the Missing Finger (1915)

Papierove hlavy (1996)

Coolie Killer (1982)

Coolie Killer is a 1982 Hong Kong action film directed by Terry Tong and starring Charlie Chin, Elliot Ngok, Lisa Chiao Chiao and Cecilia Yip.

Iddaru Mitrulu (1999)

Iddaru Mitrulu is a 1999 Tollywood drama film which was directed by K. Raghavendra Rao. This film stars Chiranjeevi, Sakshi Sivanand and Ramya Krishna. The film was released on 30 April 1999 to positive reviews.

Is It Always Right to Be Right? (1970)

Is It Always Right to Be Right? is a short animated film directed by Lee Mishkin, produced by Stephen Bosustow Productions, and narrated by Orson Welles. It won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 1970, the last to do so under its previous name "Short Subjects (Cartoons)".

Jian ren ben se (1988)

Who Is the Craftiest is a 1988 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Poon Man-kit and starring Ricky Hui, Bill Tung, Tang Pik-wan, Sammy Cheung, Tiffany Lau, Keung Chung-ping and Lo Hoi-pang.

When Life Departs (1997)

When Life Departs is a 1997 animated short film directed by Stefan Fjeldmark and Karsten Kiilerich. The film illustrates the various thoughts children have about death. The animation was produced at the A. Film A/S headquarters in Tallinn, Estonia, with lead animators Ando Tammik and Meelis Arulepp. It was included in the Animation Show of Shows.

A Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass Double Feature (1966)

A Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass Double Feature is a 1966 short animated film featuring two songs from the Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass album Going Places. The film won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 1967. It was written and direct by John and Faith Hubley, who had previously won for Moonbird and The Hole. It is considered to be an early prototypical example of a music video, and has not been released onto home media.

Just Like Before (2007)

Tulad Ng Dati is a Philippine independent film released in 2006. Director Michael Sandejas, calls the film "an alternate reality musical drama". The film's plot revolves around the Filipino rock band The Dawn, and the film itself is part-documentary, part-fiction; an inadvertent tribute to The Dawn founding member and guitarist Teddy Diaz, who was murdered in 1988, shortly after the band achieved commercial success.

Monster of Frankenstein (1981)

Kyōfu Densetsu Kaiki! Frankenstein , is a 1981 Japanese animated television film based on Mary Shelley's novel and the Marvel comic book Monster of Frankenstein. In this 98-minute violent, adult-oriented film, the creature was portrayed as a misunderstood monster, who only wanted to be loved. The film was dubbed and released in the U.S in 1984. The dubbed version never had a title but was advertised as both Monster of Frankenstein and Frankenstein Legend of Terror.

A Daughter Of Destiny (1928)

Alraune is a 1928 German silent science fiction, horror film directed by Henrik Galeen and starring Brigitte Helm in which a prostitute is artificially inseminated with the semen of a hanged man. The story is based upon the legend of Alraune and the powers of the mandrake root to impregnate women. In this version the symbiosis caused by the sexual union between the human and the root causes the girl to kill all men who fall in love with her.

Kita no misaki - Cap du nord (1976)

Cape of the North is a Japanese movie directed by Kei Kumai (1976)

Deed Poll (2004)

Deed Poll is a German-made film, 2004, starring Barbara Kowa, Rainer-Maria Wittenauer and André Schneider, directed by Ingo J. Biermann.

To Beep or Not to Beep (1963)

To Beep or Not to Beep is a Merrie Melodies animated short starring Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. Released December 28, 1963, the cartoon was written by Chuck Jones and John Dunn, and directed by Jones. That is the final short that Chuck Jones directed at Warner Bros. during the original "classic" era.

Adolphe, ou l'âge tendre (1968)

Without Family (2000)

Unterm Birnbaum (1973)

Alaskafüchse (1964)

Bak Yeşil Yeşil (1975)

Erkek Guzeli Sefil Bilo (1979)

Milyarder (1986)

Sebastian (2012)

Enhver (1915)

Back Beyond (2013)

Rover's Rival (1937)

Shooting at the Moon (2003)

Shooting at the Moon is a short Super-8 punk/Remodernist film directed by Jesse Richards and Nicholas Watson, starring Matthew Quinn Martin as Buddy and Leila Laaraj as Lana, and features music by Billy Childish. It was shot in the summer of 1998 and its final cut was completed in 2003. The film premiered at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival in November 2003. On March 8, 2008 the film made its London premiere at Horse Hospital during their FLIXATION Underground Cinema event.

Best Possible Taste: The Kenny Everett Story (2012)

Crimes of Passion: King Lily of the Valley (2013)

O Signo de Escorpião (1974)

Mozaika (1969)

Neukolln Wind (2016)

Young MacGyver (2003)

Outlaws of Texas (1950)

Going with the Flow (2010)

Os Três da Vida Airada (1952)

La capture (2007)

Le fils (1973)

Il prete bello (1989)

The Muppets on Puppets (1970)

The Muppets on Puppets is a 1970 TV special created by Jim Henson. The special was produced in June 1968 at public television station WITF-TV in Hershey, Pennsylvania for National Educational Television. It aired on New York’s WNET on January 5, 1970 as part of the station's Adventure in the Arts anthology series. Henson and company made three additional specials in color as part of the series at WITF-TV. The special is included as a bonus feature on the DVD set The Muppet Show: Season Three. This release includes a few audio drop-outs due to the video source.

Station (2001)

Out of a Forest (2010)

The Odd Sound Out (2013)

Testamentet (2011)

The Hill Farm (1989)

Boobs in Arms (1940)

Boobs in Arms is the 52nd short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1940 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges. The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

The Old Wallop (1927)

The Old Wallop is a 1927 Our Gang short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 65th Our Gang short that was released and was considered to be a lost film. However, a near-complete foreign print was discovered in Munich, Bavaria, in the 1970s: the United States version was destroyed in the 1965 MGM vault fire.

Raiders of Tomahawk Creek (1950)

Raiders of Tomahawk Creek is a 1950 American Western film directed by Fred F. Sears and written by Barry Shipman. The film stars Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, Edgar Dearing, Kay Buckley, Billy Kimbley and Paul Marion. The film was released on October 1, 1950, by Columbia Pictures.

King Candy (2015)

King Candy is a 2015 American independent drama-thriller short film directed, produced and written by Ralph Sepe Jr., starring Sepe Jr., Ian Goodman, Alexondra O'Connell, Greg Scavelli, Michael Sepe, and Charlie Grippaldi. It chronicles the story of Glenn Leighty, a teenager who eventually starts a scamming business under the guise of a charity to gain money for himself, who often narrates the film and explains the events throughout.

Advance and Be Mechanized (1967)

Advance and Be Mechanized, released in 1967, was the penultimate Tom and Jerry cartoon. It was directed by Ben Washam and produced by Chuck Jones, and is the third and final outer space themed shorts from the Chuck Jones era, following O-Solar Meow, and Guided Mouse-ille both released earlier in 1967. It is the last Tom and Jerry cartoon with Dean Elliott as the music composer.

Cat and Dupli-cat (1967)

Cat and Dupli-cat is a 1967 animated Tom and Jerry cartoon produced by Chuck Jones and MGM Animation/Visual Arts for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It was directed by Chuck Jones and Maurice Noble, with animation by Ken Harris, Ben Washam, Dick Thompson, Don Towsley and Tom Ray. It was written by Chuck Jones and Michael Maltese. Terence Monck once again provides Tom's baritone singing, while Dale McKennon provides Jerry's falsetto singing.

Trinadtsatyy apostol (1988)

The 13th Apostle is a 1988 Soviet science fiction film directed by Suren Babayan, loosely based on The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury.