The Beatles: Destination Hamburg (2007)
Yellowstone: Realm of the Coyote (1995)
Across the Border (1922)
Einstein's Wife (2003)
The Fabulous Bastard from Chicago (1969)
The Fabulous Bastard from Chicago is a 1969 feature film produced by David F. Friedman. It was a combination of gangster and sexploitation genres, inspired by the success of Bonnie and Clyde (1967).
The Bare Hunt, or My Gun Is Jammed (1963)
The Rolling Stones: Tip of the Tongue (2003)
Inside Out 3 (1992)
Plotting 'Family Plot' (2001)
Without Reservation (1988)
The Sore Losers (1997)
Preppers UK: Surviving Armagedon (2012)
Monster Squad Forever! (2007)
Aphrodisiac!: The Sexual Secret of Marijuana (1971)
APHRODISIAC! THE SEXUAL SECRET OF MARIJUANA, is a tripped-out, sex-filled documentary “dramatization” about the benefits of using marijuana. Mixed in with the history of harvesting weed, the seedy side of drug trafficking, information on the medical benefits and even a recipe for pot brownies, are titillating sexual scenes sure to make you “high” with excitement. Shot with tongue planted firmly in cheek (and maybe elsewhere, too), this flick even features an early appearance by adult film actor John Holmes as a businessman who gives his secretary a bit of “dick-tation” in his wonderfully wood-paneled office. Heck, even midget Billy Curtis (THE WIZARD OF OZ, HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER) shows up to give his thoughts on pot. This film was previously released on home video in a very truncated version with all the “naughty” bits removed. Impulse Pictures is proud to present APHRODISIAC! THE SEXUAL SECRET OF MARIJUANA in the much longer sexually explicit version.
The Sweetest Song I Know (1995)
Godless in America (2006)
The Fast Life (2003)
Wee Sing: King Cole's Party (1987)
Women Kingdom (1967)
Woman's World (Russian: Бабье царство, translit. Babye tsarstvo) is a 1967 war film directed by Alexey Saltykov. The film was a box-office leader in the USSR in the year 1968, fourth place - 49.6 million viewers.
The Assassin (1990)
boxer shorts (2002)
The Quack (1982)
The Quack (Polish: Znachor) is a 1982 Polish drama film directed by Jerzy Hoffman.
The Pervert (2007)
Secret Needs (2001)
The Cranberries - The Best Videos 1992-2002 (2002)
Nerd Hunter 3004 (2004)
New Day (2009)
An audience with Michael Bublé (2010)
Ding Dong (1951)
The Criminals, Part 2: Homicides (1976)
S.D.U. - Mission in Mission (1994)
A Short Break (2013)
The Eidolon State (2014)
Maschio latino cercasi (1977)
Maschio latino cercasi (also known as L'affare si ingrossa) is a 1977 commedia sexy all'italiana film directed by Giovanni Narzisi and starring Dayle Haddon, Gloria Guida, and Stefania Casini.
Rise of the Kitchen Appliances (2014)
Riot is a 1969 American drama film directed by Buzz Kulik and starring Gene Hackman and Jim Brown.
The Wreck of the Hesperus (1927)
The Wreck of the Hesperus is a 1927 American silent film based on the famous poem. It was an early screenplay credit for later film director John Farrow.
Living with Jigsaw (2014)
Die Frau des Frisörs (2008)
A Special Sesame Street Christmas (1978)
Hell Week (2011)
A Father ... A Son ... Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (2005)
Raiders Of The Doomed Kingdom (1985)
Shirley Thompson Versus the Aliens (1972)
Shirley Thompson vs. the Aliens is a 1972 film directed by Jim Sharman. It is the first feature-length film from Sharman, who subsequently directed The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Sentinelle di bronzo (1937)
Sentinels of Bronze (Italian:Sentinelle di bronzo) is a 1937 Italian war film directed by Romolo Marcellini and starring Fosco Giachetti, Giovanni Grasso and Doris Duranti. The film is a propaganda work set in the days leading up to the outbreak of the Second Italo-Ethiopian War. In an incident modeled on the Wal Wal incident, an Italian outpost is besieged by large numbers of Abyssinian troops, but the garrison refuse to surrender. It was part of a series of films set in Italy's African Empire during the Fascist era.
Kingfisher The Killer (1980)
The Making of 'The Birth of a Nation' (1993)
The Yatra Trilogy: Prajna Earth - Journey Into Sacred Nature (2004)
Plane's Flying to Russia (1994)
Vampires: Rise of the Fallen (2012)
Blood Revenge (1998)
A Child's Play Story: Chucky's Revenge (2006)
Spring Song (1949)
Circle of Crime (2012)
For Whom the Larks Sing (1959)
Witches Blood (2014)
Mini & Maxi: In Concert (1986)
The Secret of Wendel Samson (1966)
64,000,000 Years Ago (1981)
Samson & Goliath (1990)
Hungarian Requiem (1990)
The Other Person (1988)
Fiesta Fiasco (1967)
Daffy Duck builds a rainmaking machine in order to rain out Speedy Gonzales's fiesta, but it spits out a small black cloud that does nothing but harass Daffy himself.
Earthlings: Ugly Bags of Mostly Water (2004)
Medan porten var stängd (1946)
While the Door Was Locked (Swedish:Medan porten var stängd) is a 1946 Swedish drama film directed by Hasse Ekman.
Ma Femme Chamada Bicho (1978)
Snowbody Loves Me (1964)
Snowbody Loves Me is a 1964 Tom and Jerry cartoon directed by Chuck Jones. The cartoon contains much music arranged from familiar Chopin pieces; notably, the Revolutionary Étude; the Grande Valse Brillante in E-flat major; and the Fantaisie-Impromptu. The name is a reference to the phrase "Nobody loves me."
Where's Grandpa Mê? (2014)
Lessons Learned (2014)
Lessons Learned is a 2014 fantasy short film written and directed by Toby Froud. The film's visuals were achieved widely through the use puppetry and animatronics.
Star Trek: A Captain's Log (1994)
Le film du poilu (1928)
The Million Dollar Mystery (1914)
The Million Dollar Mystery is a 23-chapter film serial released in 1914, directed by Howell Hansel, and starring Florence La Badie and James Cruze. It is presumed lost.
Initiation of the Two-Sword Style (1943)
Lucille Love: The Girl of Mystery (1914)
Lucille Love, Girl of Mystery is a 1914 American action film serial directed by Francis Ford. It was the first serial by Universal. It was originally intended to be a short subject. The serial is now considered to be lost with only four episodes surviving.
A Star Is Falling Upwards (1975)
L'affaire des divisions Morituri (1985)
Der Kardinal von Spanien (1965)
The Dangle (2015)
Ready, aim, fire! (1975)
Pim, pam, pum... ¡fuego! is a 1975 Spanish drama film directed by Pedro Olea dealing with the effects of Spanish Civil War in the 1940s in Madrid. The film was one of the first which talked about the maquis. It is also the first Spanish film to be published in the Dominican Republic.
Spies, Lies & Naked Thighs (1988)
America In Concert Live at the Sydney Opera House (2008)
Venus Velvet (2002)
Anniversary Trouble (1935)
Anniversary Trouble is a 1935 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Gus Meins. It was the 134th Our Gang short (46th talking episode) that was released.
Ask Grandma (1925)
Ask Grandma is a 1925 American short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 39th Our Gang short subject released.
In Peaceful Time (1950)
In Peaceful Time (Russian: В мирные дни) is a 1950 Soviet action film directed by Vladimir Braun.
Landscape with Furniture (1987)
Lethal Ninja (2006)
Don Henley: Live Inside Job (2000)
Guns & Roses (1993)
Diamantes, Oro y Amor (1973)
Parajanov: The Last Spring (1992)
Parajanov: The Last Spring (Russian: Параджанов последняя весна) (Armenian: Փարաջանով: Վերջին Գարուն) (French: Paradjanov : le dernier printemps) is a 1992 award-winning documentary by the Russian-Armenian filmmaker Mikhail Vartanov, that also includes the complete surviving footage of Sergei Parajanov's unfinished last film The Confession, Vartanov's behind-the-scenes sequences of Parajanov at work on the shooting of the Color of Pomegranates and other material. Featured in 7th Annual Russian Academy of Cinema Arts Awards (1993).
5 de chocolate y 1 de fresa (1968)
5 de chocolate y 1 de fresa ("5 Chocolates and 1 Strawberry") is a 1968 Mexican comedy film. The story involves a student at a convent who undergoes a radical transformation after consuming strange "mushrooms".
A Jubilee Tribute to The Queen by The Prince of Wales (2012)
Emilie Richards - Das Paradies am Ende der Welt (2009)
Zombie Attack: Museum of the Dead (2004)
Heja Roland! (1966)
Heja Roland! is a 1966 Swedish comedy film directed by Bo Widerberg. The film won the Guldbagge Award for Best Film and Thommy Berggren won the award for Best Actor at the 3rd Guldbagge Awards.