Ralphie May: Prime Cut (2007)
Ralphie May returns with another installment of his hilarious insights and observations. Videotaped on location at The Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville, TN, Ralphie keeps the audience in stitches as he offers commentary on the topics he's most passionate about: mullets, dudes who wear flip-flops, being right vs. being happy, his favorite gifts, and silence! Ralphie May's popularity exploded after the success of NBC's hit reality series, Last Comic Standing, when America thought he was robbed of the winner's title during the first season. But, coming in second place has not stopped him from becoming one of the most recognizable comedians in the country. As seen on Comedy Central, Prime Cut marks the follow-up to his hugely successful Warner Bros./Jack Records CD and DVD, Girth Of A Nation.
How to Cook Your Life (2007)
Zen Master and Renowned Chef Edward Espe Brown is captured on film as he guides students through the mastery of cooking and the importance of how we treat our food. Heartwarming, insightful and often surprising.
Mickey's Steam Roller (1934)
Mickey's Steam Roller is a 1934 animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by United Artists. In the cartoon, Mickey Mouse is the driver of a steamroller which is hijacked by his two nephews. It was directed by David Hand and features the voices of Walt Disney as Mickey and Marcellite Garner as Minnie Mouse and Mickey's nephews.
Seven Mysteries (1957)
Ghost Stories of Wanderer at Honjo is a 1957 black-and-white, full screen Japanese film directed by Goro Katono. It is Japanese horror film (J-Horror) based on the story Seven Wonders of Honjo by Akira Sugawa. It was never dubbed in English, nor shown in the United States. The Japanese title translates as Ghost Story of the Seven Wonders of Honjo.
Sunday League - Pepik Hnatek's Final Match (2012)
Sunday League - Pepik Hnatek's Final Match is a 2012 Czech comedy film directed by Jan Prušinovský.
The Children of Golzow is a documentary by the German filmmaker Winfried Junge that was started in 1961 and lasted until 2007, when the series concluded. The film is a prolonged observation of the lives of several people in the Brandenburg town of Golzow.
Screen Snapshots Series 23, No. 1: Hollywood in Uniform (1943)
Hollywood in Uniform is a 1943 American short documentary film directed by Ralph Staub as part of the Screen Snapshots seroes. It was nominated for an Academy Award at the 16th Academy Awards for Best Short Subject (One-Reel).
Close Your Eyes and Hold Me (1996)
Close Your Eyes and Hold Me is a 1996 Japanese film based on the manga Me wo Tojite Daite by Shungiku Uchida. The film is directed by Itsumichi Isomura and stars Kumiko Takeda, Kazuya Takahashi and Natsue Yoshimura. It was released in theaters on July 13, 1996 in Japan. The movie was released in North American on subtitled only VHS on November 23, 1998 and then on DVD on January 13, 2004 by Central Park Media under their Asia Pulp Cinema label.
Caluga o Menta (1990)
Caluga o menta is a 1990 Chilean crime drama directed by Gonzalo Justiniano and one of the country's first post-Pinochet dictatorship films.
Khela (2008) is a Bengali film by Rituparno Ghosh. The film is about an idealistic director's quench to make a film with a boy who he thinks is just perfect for the role. Khela also marks actress Manisha Koirala's foray into Bengali cinema.
Oliyampukal is a 1990 Indian Malayalam political action film, directed by T. Hariharan, written by Dennis Joseph, and produced by K. G. Rajagopal. The film stars Mammootty, Rekha, Thilakan and Kaviyoor Ponnamma in the lead roles. The film was dubbed into Telugu as Prathinidhi. The film had musical score by M S Viswanathan. It was a film directed by Hariharan without M. T. Vasudevan Nair as scenarist, soon after several films of the duo including the ever successful Oru Vadakkan Veeragadha (1989).
The Siam Renaissance (2004)
The Siam Renaissance, known in Thai as Tawipop or Thawiphop, is a 2004 Thai historical fantasy film directed by Surapong Pinijkhar. It is the second film adaptation of the 1986 novel Thawiphop by Thommayanti. It stars Florence Vanida Faivre in her film acting debut as Maneechan, a contemporary young woman who is transported to Siam of the 19th century and witnesses the country's struggles against the colonial aspirations of Britain and France.
Unnatural History (1959)
Unnatural History is a 1959 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Abe Levitow, with a story by Mike Maltese. The cartoon is made up of blackout gags with no real story tying them together, similar to many cartoons directed by Tex Avery.
Banquet Busters (1948)
Banquet Busters is the 27th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on March 3, 1948, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by United Artists.
Peck Up Your Troubles (1945)
Peck Up Your Troubles is a 1945 animated short featuring Sylvester the Cat. It was written by Michael Maltese and directed by Friz Freleng. The cartoon marked the first appearance of Sylvester's long-time foe Hector the Bulldog, who would later become a recurring character in Tweety and Sylvester cartoons. The woodpecker would later reappear in A Peck o' Trouble, a Dodsworth Cat cartoon directed by Robert McKimson in 1953.
Trap Happy Porky (1945)
Trap Happy Porky is a Looney Tunes short starring Porky Pig, along with Hubie and Bertie, an early design of Claude Cat, and an early version of Hector the Bulldog. It was directed by Chuck Jones, written by Tedd Pierce, and produced by Edward Selzer.
The Weakly Reporter (1944)
The Weakly Reporter is a Warner Bros. cartoon released on March 25, 1944. Directed by Chuck Jones, written by Michael Maltese, and with music directed by Carl Stalling, this cartoon is a spoof of sacrifices made by those on the homefront during World War II.
The United States Marine Band (1942)
United States Marine Band is a 1942 American short documentary film directed by Jean Negulesco, featuring the United States Marine Band. It was nominated for an Academy Award at the 15th Academy Awards for Best Short Subject (One-Reel).
'Kukan': The Battle Cry of China (1941)
Kukan (1941) is a documentary film co-produced by Li Ling-Ai and Rey Scott and directed by Rey Scott about the Chinese resistance to Japanese aggression during the early part of World War II. Though Ling-Ai was a co-producer and sponsor of the film, she was credited as a "technical advisor" in its credits.
Speaking of Animals Down on the Farm (1941)
Down on the Farm is a 1941 American short animated film directed by Tex Avery as the first entry in the Speaking of Animals short film series which Avery created for Paramount Pictures. It was nominated for an Academy Award at the 14th Academy Awards for Best Short Subject (One-Reel).
Messalina is a 1924 Italian historical drama film directed by Enrico Guazzoni and starring Rina De Liguoro, Calisto Bertramo and Gildo Bocci. It portrays the life of Messalina, the third wife of the Roman Emperor Claudius.
The Snow on the Pines (2013)
The Snow on the pines is a 2010 Iranian black and white film written and directed by Iranian-American director and actor Peyman Moaadi.
Village in the Jungle (1980)
Beddegama Adaraneeya Kathawak is a 1980 Sinhalese language film directed by Lester James Peries that follows the lives of village people in British Colonial Sri Lanka. The film is based on the 1913 book The Village in the Jungle by Leonard Woolf. Sir Arthur C. Clarke also has a minor role in the film as an English Judge.
Porky's Duck Hunt (1937)
Porky's Duck Hunt is a 1937 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Tex Avery. The short subject features Porky Pig and Daffy Duck, the latter making what is considered his first official appearance.
Dinner Time (1928)
Dinner Time (1928) is an American animated short subject produced by Amadee J. Van Beuren, directed by Paul Terry, co-directed by John Foster, and produced at Van Beuren Studios. Josiah Zuro arranged and conducted the "synchronized" music score. The film is part of a series entitled Aesop's Fables and features the Terry creation Farmer Al Falfa who works as a butcher, fending off a group of pesky dogs.
Don Diego i Pelageya (1928)
Don Diego and Pelagia is a 1928 Soviet silent comedy drama directed by Yakov Protazanov.
The Non-Stop Fright (1927)
The Non-Stop Fright is an animated short film by Pat Sullivan Studios, and features Felix the Cat. The cartoon was originally silent but was reissued with sound years later.
Katka-bumazhnyy ranet (1926)
Katka's Reinette Apples is a 1926 Soviet silent drama film directed by Fridrikh Ermler and Eduard Ioganson.
The Legend of Robin Hood (1971)
Nightsatan and the Loops of Doom (2013)
The Fourth Horseman (1932)
The Fourth Horseman is a 1932 American Western film directed by Hamilton MacFadden and written by Jack Cunningham. The film stars Tom Mix, Margaret Lindsay, Fred Kohler, Donald Kirke, Raymond Hatton and Buddy Roosevelt. The film was released on September 25, 1932, by Universal Pictures.
Kurt Angle: It's True! It's True! (2000)
Via Margutta (1960)
Run with the Devil (Italian: Via Margutta) is a 1960 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Mario Camerini.
42nd Street Forever, Volume 3: Exploitation Explosion (2008)
Starz Inside: Comic Books Unbound (2008)
Fogadó az Örök Világossághoz (1981)
A Spoonful of Zanny (2011)
Project Arbiter (2013)
Men Can't Be Raped (Swedish: Män kan inte våldtas) is a 1978 Swedish drama film directed by Jörn Donner, based on the novel Manrape by Märta Tikkanen.
The Eidolon State (2014)
Jewel Fools (2014)
Santabear's High Flying Adventure (1987)
Paranormal Activity Security Squad (2016)
Umaaraw, umuulan (2006)
Woman and the Hunter (1957)
Anak Ni Waray Vs Anak Ni Biday (1984)
The Life and Times of Mr. Perfect (2008)
A Pleasant Terror: The Life and Ghost of M.R. James (1995)
The Neighborly Thing (2005)
Big Mac: Inside the McDonald's Empire (2007)
The Big Apple (1937)
Illegal Entry: Formula for Fear (1993)
Wilbur and the Baby Factory (1970)
The Reality of Me (TROM) (2011)
Die Hunde sind schuld (2001)
El niño perdido (1947)
The Lost Child (Spanish:El niño perdido) is a 1947 Mexican comedy film directed by Humberto Gómez Landero and starring Germán Valdés, Marcelo Chávez and Emilia Guiú.
All Night Gaming (2014)
Return of the Mafia (2012)
The Makeover (2011)
Say It with Sables (1928)
Say It with Sables (1928) is a silent drama film directed by Frank Capra, and produced by Harry Cohn for Columbia Pictures. Columbia no longer has a negative or print of this film, so the film is now considered a lost film. Various film festivals have run a surviving trailer for the film during retrospectives of Capra's work.
Bears is a 2014 nature documentary film about a family of brown bears living in the coastal mountain ranges of Alaska. Directed by Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey and narrated by John C. Reilly, Bears was released theatrically by Disneynature on April 18, 2014, the seventh nature documentary released under that label.
Bad Blood (1981)
During World War 2, a farmer in New Zealand murders seven people, and the police, along with local Maori trackers, hunt him in the bush country.
Birds Of A Feather (2012)
Two men pursue their dreams of fame and fortune using the music scene in Atlanta.
Brainstorm, released in 1965, is a late film noir. The film stars Jeffrey Hunter (credited as Jeff) and Anne Francis and was produced and directed by William Conrad, who became better known as an actor in such television series as Cannon and Jake and the Fat Man.
Dynasty of Blood (1973)
The Blood Brothers is a 1973 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Chang Cheh.
Life According To Sam (2013)
Life According to Sam is a 2013 documentary film based on the life of Sam Berns, who suffered from progeria. Berns died on 10 January 2014.
The documentary was produced by HBO, screened at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2013, and directed by Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine. It won a 2013 Peabody Award. It won an Emmy Award for Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking.
Look @ Me (2006)
A sexy aspiring model, Tina (Elina Madison -Black Tie Nights, The Erotic Misadventures of The Invisible Man), has a personal website featuring herself in various risqué images. Countless fans enjoy her delicious log-on entertainment. -But for one website fan,”Man46”, it becomes a disturbing obsession!Psychologically-scarred security systems specialist Robert (Jeff Doba) is frustrated with his inability to maintain a normal sexual relationship. As Tina's number one web club fan, he sends her an offensive e-mail, by which she responds by cutting off his access. Robert AKA”Man46”retaliates by abducting Tina from her home. Now Tina is his beautiful prisoner trapped in his high-tech torture chamber, complete with elaborate security devices, in the basement of his isolated house! Determined to use her to overcome his physical and emotional shortcomings, he forces her to continue posing for website photographs to disguise her permanent abduction. Tina endures dangerous mind games and malicious torture, all the while using her wiles to secretly call out for help through her website.
MicroPlanet 3D (2012)
MicroPlanet is a documentary film that depicts the smaller things in our world. Using a specialized filming technique, viewers are able to see up close and personal the lives of insects and other small creatures, and how they must fight for their place in the hierarchy.
Man Friday (1975)
Daniel Defoe's classic story of survival and heroism takes on a whole new perspective in this electrifying version of Robinson Crusoe. Marooned on a beautiful South Seas island with a black man, Crusoe declares himself 'master' and throws Friday into a cave when he rebels. Friday escapes and leaves Crusoe who soon discovers he needs Friday's companionship and welcomes him back. A slave ship comes to the island and puts them in peril but, in a violent battle, they defeat the ship. After many difficulties they build a seaworthy raft and sail to Friday's island. Unable to adapt, Crusoe is destined to live out his life isolated and alone.
End of Animal (2011)
A pregnant woman (Lee Min-ji) is left stranded and alone after a hitchhiker (Park Hae-il) correctly predicts an oncoming apocalypse.
Pale Saints (1997)
Pale Saints is an American-Canadian crime film, directed by Joel Wyner and released in 1997. The film stars Sean Patrick Flanery as Louis and Michael Riley as Dody, small-time thugs trying to gain acceptance with the mafia by driving to Toronto for a crime job that goes catastrophically wrong.
The Sea Gull (1968)
The Sea Gull is a 1968 British-American-Greek drama film directed by Sidney Lumet. The screenplay by Moura Budberg is adapted and translated from Anton Chekhov's classic 1896 play The Seagull.
The Warner Bros.-Seven Arts release was filmed at the Europa Studios in Sundbyberg, Stockholms län, just outside central Stockholm.
Spike is a 2008 horror-romance directed by Robert Beaucage, produced by String And A Can Productions, and starring Edward Gusts, Sarah Livingston Evans, Anna-Marie Wayne, Nancy P. Corbo, and Jared Edwards. The film has been described by Robert Hope as "Angela Carter rewriting La Belle et la Bête as an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer."
Crawlspace is a 1986 horror/thriller film starring Klaus Kinski as Karl Guenther, the crazed son of a Nazi doctor, who is obsessed with trapping young women and then slowly torturing them to death. The film is produced by Roberto Bessi, written and directed by David Schmoeller and also stars Talia Balsam.
A Christmas Too Many (2007)
Disaster strikes when an aging actress invites her eccentric family to Hollywood for the holidays.
Circus of Fear (German: Das Rätsel des silbernen Dreieck, or Circus of Terror) is a 1966 Anglo-German international co-production thriller film starring Christopher Lee, Suzy Kendall, Cecil Parker, Klaus Kinski and Victor Maddern. The U.S. title was Psycho-Circus. It was based on the novel The Three Just Men by Edgar Wallace (1926). The film was partially shot at Billy Smart's Circus.
Dr. Ravi & Mr. Hyde (2007)
Dr. Ravi reaches middle age and finds divine fulfillment directing a motion picture.
Party Crashers (2012)
A grass-roots movement changes the landscape of American conservatism.
The Princess Castle (1996)
Princess Castle is a movie about the Middle Ages and how the lives of people were during that time. In the movie, a terrible army makes its way across Europe destroying everything in its path. The evil army takes down towns and castles, killing and pillaging anything in their path including animals. One final castle stands between the evil army and destroying everything in Europe. An entire army goes in to the castle to makes its final stand against the evil army. Throughout the movie, the plight of the people living during this time is shown, as is many land battles.
Project Nim (2011)
Project Nim is a 2011 British documentary film. It focuses on Project Nim, a research project that was mounted in the 1970s to determine whether a primate raised in close contact with humans could develop a limited "language" based on American Sign Language. The project was centred on a chimpanzee named Nim Chimpsky.
Reel Montauk (2014)
Archival footage, interviews and animation combine to illustrate a Long Island community's rich history and present life.
Roadmap Genesis (2015)
Filmmaker Nolan Lebovitz uses the Book of Genesis to create a roadmap containing guideposts for living a productive, fruitful, fulfilling life.
Big Dream Little Bears (2011)
Sun Bears are the smallest, least studied and most endangered bears on the planet. Siem te Wong has been on a ten year mission to save these bears on the remote and mysterious island of Borneo. With a sweet and very intimate narrative, this film follows his attempts to reintroduce a group of bears into the wild. A dramatic encounter with these rare, elusive animals and a fascinating insight into the challenges of conservation.
Narrates the journey of a rock star (Carla Quevedo) who, with a scarred conscience by the death of a fellow artist, goes into the deepest of the night (in a maze of shadows) to create his masterpiece. To the point that in the middle of his odyssey he may lose his life, his head and his beloved Valquiria (Macela Breque).
Born Of Earth (2011)
Danny Kessler (Daniel Baldwin) has to convince the people of Prophet Hills that something evil lives in their backyards.
Buried Land (2010)
Ordinary people try to realize their dreams.
Good for Nothing (2011)
Good for Nothing is a 2012 New Zealand-made Western film starring Inge Rademeyer & Cohen Holloway, and directed by Mike Wallis. The film along with director Mike Wallis has been included in Leonard Maltin’s ‘Fifty Notable Debut Features of the Past Twenty Years’ list in The New York Times bestseller – Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide.
How To Beat A Bully (2015)
After being targeted by some bullies, a boy tells them his father is in the mob. After the town's real mobsters hear the rumor, they start shenanigans with his dad.
Immortal Kiss: Queen of the Night (2012)
A seductive vampire (Trina Parks) lures five young men to her mansion.
Ali and Sudi are two construction workers from the ghetto district of Istanbul. Hoping to escape the ghetto, they are trying to save enough money to move to Italy, where they hope to find better work. One day, they realize that the owner of the building, a man named Nizamettin, has buried a dead body at the construction site. Afraid that the body might be found, they change its burial place. When Nizamettin finds out, they unwillingly become involved in the crime business. As their reputation as gravediggers spreads, more and more criminals start to show up and pay Ali and Sudi for their services. Their situation gets even worse when Nizamettin tells them that the first body they buried was a powerful Mafia leader. He confesses that, like them, he is also being forced to work with the Mafia and that they are looking for him. He gives them a mysterious package that might contain critical evidence about the true perpetrator of these crimes. Dragged into a war between the two competing Mafia gangs, Ali and Sudi desperately try to find a way out. Caught in the middle, between the mafia and the investigating police, and distracted by their search for love – the two construction workers are confronted with a task that quickly threatens to overwhelm them...
It's Me, Hilary: The Man Who Drew Eloise (2015)
Writer and artist Hilary Knight discusses his life and career, including his illustrations for the "Eloise" series of books.
James Taylor: Pull Over (2003)
James Taylor is more than the definitive singer-songwriter—he's an American treasure. Pull Over captures James at the height of his craft, features his greatest hits, fan favorites and a look ahead at his 2002 album October Road.
Cinema Six (2013)
A trio of friends working at the Stanton Family Cinema is forced to choose between keeping slacker theater jobs or growing up.
Cleanskin is a 2012 British spy thriller film written and directed by Hadi Hajaig and starring Sean Bean, Abhin Galeya, Charlotte Rampling, James Fox, Tuppence Middleton, Shivani Ghai and Michelle Ryan. The story is set in London. The film's title, "cleanskin", is a term for an undercover operative unknown to his or her targets, or, as more commonly used in the United Kingdom following the London bombings, an extremist with no previous convictions, so therefore unknown to national security's services.
Common Outlaws (2014)
Two brothers and a cousin join forces to hunt down all those responsible for their father's murder 15 years earlier.