Tony Hinchcliffe: One Shot (2016)
Wee Sing in The Big Rock Candy Mountains (1991)
The Water's Edge (2006)
Da Sa Ba (1992)
A Passage to Wetness (1990)
The Thanksgiving Visitor (1967)
Fantasies Vol. 1 (1995)
A Trip to Swadades (2008)
What Hides Beneath (2005)
Yesterday's Not Tomorrow (2004)
The Hornet's Sting and the Hell It's Caused (2014)
Teen Age (1944)
Iz Tokio (2011)
The Templar Code: Crusade of Secrecy (2005)
House on Nightmare Lane (2014)
That's That! (1937)
The Colors of Evil (2012)
The Wall: A World Divided (2010)
Invitation to Ruin (1968)
Breaking In (2014)
Animal House of Blues: How a Community Helped Create a Hollywood Blockbuster or Two (2012)
Hearts Unarmored (2007)
The Touch of Her Flesh (1967)
Rachel's Attic (2002)
Andy Panda's Victory Garden (1943)
The Fort Fisher Hermit: The Life & Death of Robert E. Harrill (2004)
Metallica: One (1989)
Road Signs: The Movie (2001)
The Egg (1974)
Return Of The Terror (1934)
Return of the Terror is a 1934 American mystery film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Peter Milne and Eugene Solow. The film stars Mary Astor, Lyle Talbot, John Halliday, and Frank McHugh, and features Robert Barrat and Irving Pichel. The film was released by Warner Bros. on July 7, 1934.
Sheena Easton... Act One (1983)
Kamandag ng kris (1987)
Dungeon of Death 2 (1998)
Mario Cantone: Laugh Whore (2005)
Spiked Heels and Black Nylons (1967)
Blunder Boys (1955)
Blunder Boys is the 166th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1955 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
Tidy Endings (1988)
Kaada Patton: Romances (2007)
Les Stars (2014)
Backstreet Boys: Video Hits - Chapter One (2001)
Stalker, also known as Exposé, is a 2010 psychological horror film directed by Martin Kemp starring Jane March, Anna Brecon and Jennifer Matter. It is a remake of the 1976 film Exposé, starring Linda Hayden, who makes a cameo appearance in this film.
Forest of Death (2007)
Forest of Death is a 2007 Hong Kong horror film directed, co-produced and co-written by Danny Pang, starring Shu Qi and Ekin Cheng.
Stealing Time (2015)
A thief who is always stealing things teams up with a rather insane scientist who has an obsession with time travel. The two of them get into all sorts of mischief that is reminiscent of a number of epic adventure films, and the robber finally learns a powerful lesson about the negative consequences of resorting to a life of thievery. Meanwhile, the scientist figures out that it's not a good idea to mess around with time travel.
The Eternal (1998)
In this haunting tale of ancient passions and bizarre family secrets, Nora, a beautiful, yet self-destructive socialite, returns toher family home to discover the cause of her migraines and blackouts. When confronted with startling and strange revelations, she is shocked and shaken. Realizing she will never be free from her past, Nora is helplessly drawn into an inescapable fate- a battle with an ancient and powerful druid witch whose search for immortality intends to destroy her.
Table One (2000)
Trouble ensues after friends open a New York restaurant with the help of a mobster.
National Memorial Day Concert (2015)
Ni distintos ni diferentes: Campeones (2018)
My Grapefruit, My Father (2004)
Escape Through Time (1993)
Underground Entertainment: The Movie (2011)
Shadow of a Gun (2018)
Michael Bublé's 4th Annual Christmas Special: Christmas in New York (2014)
The Fifth Sun (2018)
The Woman with 7 Personalities (2004)
Poker Superstars Championship (2005)
Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption, Rock & Roll (2019)
Maratón De Londres (2018)
The Violence of a Civilization without Secrets (2018)
Maria's Tale (2018)
Wages of Sin (1966)
The Doctor Speaks Out or The Doctor Says (German: Der Arzt stellt fest...) is a 1966 West German-Swiss drama film directed by Aleksander Ford and starring Tadeusz Lomnicki, René Deltgen and Margot Trooger.
The film's sets were designed by Heinrich Weidemann.
To the Woods (2012)
Lola, espejo oscuro (1966)
Han, hun, Dirch og Dario (1962)
Han, Hun, Dirch og Dario (English: He, She, Dirch and Dario) is a 1962 Danish comedy film directed by Annelise Reenberg and starring Ghita Nørby.
Der var engang (1966)
Der var engang is a 1966 Danish family film directed by John Price and starring Birgitte Bruun.
Little Favour (2013)
I Am Nightmare (2014)
Bisikan Syaitan (2013)
Rootin' Tootin' Roundup (1989)
Alles getürkt! (2002)
A Woman Called Job (2014)
A Chipmunk Celebration (1994)
Walk Like a Man (2008)
Walk Like a Man, full title Walk Like a Man: A Real Life Drama About Blood, Sweat & Queers is a 2008 Australian documentary film about gay rugby union co-produced and co-directed by Patricia Zagarella and Jim Morgison and narrated by Australian former rugby league international Ian Roberts.
Filmed in San Francisco, Sydney, Australia and New York, it concentrates on preparations for the 2006 New York final of the Bingham Cup (Mark Kendall Bingham Memorial Tournament), effectively the World Cup of gay rugby union, by the two finalist teams, the reigning incumbent champions San Francisco Fog RFC and the up-and-coming rivals, the Sydney Convicts. The Convicts end up winning the Cup with a score of 16-10.
The prize is named after Mark Bingham, a gay rugby player and a member of San Francisco Fog, and a 9/11 hero, was a passenger on United Airlines Flight 93 and courageously stormed the cockpit and prevented the hijackers from hitting their eventual target.
The film was released in February 2008. It was shown on Australian Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) and also shown on Logo TV
Cinderella Man: The Real Jim Braddock Story (2005)
The Secret KGB JFK Assassination Files (1999)
Natürlich die Autofahrer (1959)
Of Course, the Motorists (German: Natürlich die Autofahrer) is a 1959 West German comedy film directed by Erich Engels and starring Heinz Erhardt, Maria Perschy and Erik Schumann.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Walter Haag.
The Gentleman from Epsom (1962)
Le Gentleman d'Epsom English: The Gentleman from Epsom, is a French comedy film from 1962, directed by Gilles Grangier, written by Michel Audiard, starring Jean Gabin and Louis de Funès (uncredited). The film is known under the titles: "Les grands seigneurs: le gentleman d'Epsom" (alternative French title), "Duke of the Derby" or "The Gentleman from Epsom" (English titles), "Il re delle corse" (Italy), "Ein Herr aus besten Kreisen" (West Germany).
The Veterinarian's Adopted Children (1968)
The Veterinarian's Adopted Children (Danish: Dyrlægens plejebørn) is a 1968 Danish comedy film directed by Carl Ottosen and starring Dirch Passer.
It's Nifty in the Navy (1965)
It's Nifty in the Navy (Danish: Flådens friske fyre) is a 1965 Danish comedy film directed by Finn Henriksen and starring Dirch Passer.
The Love Rebellion (1967)
re: solve (2014)
Golae sanyang (1984)
Pokemon: Pikachu's Rescue Adventure (1999)
Yin shi (2005)
Cinema Hong Kong: Wu Xia (2003)
Doragon bôru: Gokû no kôtsû anzen (1988)
Bratya Razboiniki (1912)
The Goofy Gophers (1947)
The Goofy Gophers is a 1946 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Arthur Davis.
Queen Millennia (1982)
Troops is a mockumentary film by Kevin Rubio that had its debut at San Diego Comic-Con International on July 18, 1997 and was subsequently distributed via the internet. The film is a parody of COPS, set in the Star Wars universe. In the film, Imperial stormtroopers from the infamous Black Sheep Squadron patrolling the Dune Sea on the planet Tatooine run into some very familiar characters while being filmed for the hit Imperial TV show Troops. The film jump-started the modern fan film movement, as it was one of the first short films to bring fan films into the digital age, taking advantage of internet distribution and affordable production and special effects equipment, as well as fans with movie-quality costumes. Rubio shot the film on location on the El Mirage Dry Lake. Rubio finished the film while working at the Fox Kids Network, and was able to use well-known voice talent in his cast, including Jess Harnell, Cam Clarke, and announcer Bill Farmer.