Bachelor Lions (2018)

Shut Up and Deal (1969)

Two Weeks Off (1929)

Two Weeks Off is a 1929 American silent comedy film directed by William Beaudine. The film was released in alternative silent and sound versions. It is currently a lost film.

Monaco Forever (1984)

Monaco Forever is a 1984 film directed by William A. Levey and starring Charles Pitt as an American jewel thief in Monaco. Michael (Pitt) is trying to set up a robbery of a jewel store, and runs into various characters along the way. The film runs 28 minutes and is most notable for the first (although brief) appearance of Jean-Claude Van Damme as a character credited as "Gay Karate Man".

Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell (2009)

After a surprise phone call interrupts his daily workout, beefy body builder Naoto agrees to meet his photojournalist ex-girlfriend to help with her research on haunted houses. Accompanied by a professional psychic, they visit an abandoned house once owned by Naoto's father. But inside the house a dark secret lingers and they find themselves trapped and tormented by a relentless ghost with a 30 year grudge ... From the land famous for cursed VHS tapes, comes a 'forgotten video nasty'. Unleashed from a mysterious Tokyo cellar and available for the first time in the UK, the Bloody Muscle Body Builder invites fans of bizarro, lo-fi cinema on a far out journey ... into hell.

Where the Trail Divides (1914)

Where the Trail Divides is a 1914 American Western silent film directed by James Neill and written by William Otis Lillibridge. The film stars Robert Edeson, Theodore Roberts, J. W. Johnston, Winifred Kingston, James Neill and Constance Adams. The film was released on October 12, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.

John's of 12th Street (2014)

Domestic Troubles (1928)

Domestic Troubles is a 1928 American comedy film directed by Ray Enright and starring Clyde Cook, Louise Fazenda and Betty Blythe.

The Wolf at the Door (2008)

The Empire of Diamonds (1920)

Rorschach (2015)

The Above (2015)

Pretty Little Dead Girl (2017)

Jewel: Live at Humphrey's by the Bay (2002)

Peaceful Reflections of the Apocalypse (2015)

Canyon Dreams (1987)

Cor Childe (2014)

Touch (2012)

The Sailor and the Seagull (1949)

Run To Daylight (1964)

Mountain Moonlight (1941)

Mountain Moonlight is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Nick Grinde and written by Mauri Grashin, John W. Krafft, Dorrell McGowan and Stuart E. McGowan. The film stars Leon Weaver, Frank Weaver, June Weaver, Betty Jane Rhodes, John Archer and Kane Richmond. The film was released on July 12, 1941, by Republic Pictures.

Forget Everything You Have Ever Seen: The World of Santa Sangre (2011)

Disceptatio (2015)

Do The Macarena (1996)

If It Bleeds We Can Kill It: The Making of 'Predator' (2001)

Captive Audience (2011)

Persian Series #6 (2000)

That Little Monster (1994)

Lattie (2016)

The Fall of Men (2015)

The Chickening (2016)

Always Remember (2014)

Skein (1974)

Legend of the Serpent (2009)

Son of Jaguar (2017)

Draggin' the Dragon (1928)

23rd Psalm Branch: Part I (1966)

Anarchy in the UK: The New Underground Cinema (2016)

The definitive documentary that chronicles the UK's 'Misrule Cinema Movement' boom from 2010-2016.

Carlo e Clara (2013)

Royal Opera House: The Magic Flute (2017)

Julia Jones conducts The Royal Opera’s spell-binding production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute with a wonderful cast including Roderick Williams as Papageno.

Hollow Venus: Diary of a Go-Go Dancer (1989)

Winterreise (2006)

Winter Journey (German: Winterreise) is a 2006 German drama film directed by Hans Steinbichler.

Cheyenne Wildcat (1944)

Cheyenne Wildcat directed by Lesley Selander is a 1944 American Western; one of the twenty-three Republic Pictures Red Ryder features. The film, starring veteran western actor, Wild Bill Elliott as Red Ryder, was based on the comic strip "Red Ryder" created by Fred Harman (1938–1964), and licensed through a special arrangement with Stephen Slesinger. Costarring as Little Beaver, was actor Robert Blake.

The Snob (1958)

Chou (1972)

The Smooth Sounds of Josh Rouse (2004)

Sweet Juice inside the Grass (1984)

Route 666 (1994)

Back from the Front (1943)

Back From the Front is the 70th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1943 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

1/3/10 (2013)

Placer sangriento (1967)

Placer sangriento is a 1967 Argentine film.

Seeding Fear (2015)

Interview with a Cannibal (2012)

I Don't Understand You Anymore (1980)

I Don't Understand You Anymore (Italian: Non ti conosco più amore) is a 1980 Italian comedy film directed by Sergio Corbucci. It is based on the comedy play with the same name by Aldo De Benedetti, which had previously inspired the film I Don't Know You Anymore directed by Nunzio Malasomma and starred by Vittorio De Sica.

Compass Rose (1967)

Required Field (2016)

Bangarang (2017)

Cinderella's Feller (1940)

Manual de principiantes para ser presidente (2016)

Dolls with Issues (2005)

Mr. and Mrs. (1964)

Mondo Rocco (1970)

Room to Dream: Tools for the Independent Filmmaker (2005)

Zombie Pizza (2017)

After losing his father, a teenage boy decides to continue the family business and deliver pizza by bicycle during the zombie apocalypse.

Rabid Rage (2009)

Vishwavijay (2016)

D.H.A.R.M.A. 9 (2017)

The Washingtons of Sulgrave Manor (2011)

Beetleborgs Metallix: The Movie (1997)

Pidge (2016)

The Horror Hall of Fame III (1992)

Santa vs. the Snowman (1997)

Gothic Assassins (2012)

The Prime Location (2016)

Totally for Teens (2009)

'49-'17 (1917)

Surviving the Holidays with Lewis Black (2009)

Once the "happiest season of all," the daunting days between Thanksgiving and New Year's often end with a hangover, a potbelly, and enough credit-card debt to make our heads spin. In Surviving The Holidays With Lewis Black, the "Curmudgeon of Comedy" Lewis Black returns to History to make sense of the 36-day marathon of stress that consumes us all. Armed with history, humor and his trademark ranting, the ever-acerbic Lewis takes a comedic look at how to survive the "month-long festival of consumption" without losing your mind. Watch as Lewis consults experts in holiday history, anxiety and gift giving, and explores the meaning of Kwanzaa, the history of Chanukah, and the real Saint Nicholas. He'll interview turkeys on a turkey farm, do a stint as a department store Santa and investigate why we drink on New Year's Eve. Fellow comedians, including Bob Saget, Craig Ferguson, Joy Behar, and David Alan Grier, weigh in on the anxiety-inducing holiday season and offer survival tips of their own.

Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown (1986)

Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown is an animated short directed and animated by Jim Reardon, who would later become director and storyboard consultant for The Simpsons. The cartoon was made in 1986 while he was at CalArts. It has a rough draft-like, unfinished black-and-white look to it, with no real color other than the necessary black outlines.

Hound Town (1989)

Overwatch: Rise and Shine (2017)

The Scarlet Drop (1918)

The Scarlet Drop is a 1918 American Western film directed by John Ford and featuring Harry Carey. Just over 30 minutes of footage of the film now survives in the Getty Images Archive.

A Tricky Treat (2015)

My Johnny (2014)

Trump vs. Bernie: Debate for America (2016)

Welcome to the Jungle Gym (2010)

The Sin Syndicate (1965)

Karma Road (2010)

The Animation Show 2007 (2007)

Deliverance in the House (2008)

Diario Vietnam (2004)

Suzanne, Suzanne (1982)

Suzanne, Suzanne is a 1982 short documentary film about a young African-American woman coming to terms with personal and family struggles. The film was directed by Camille Billops and James Hatch and is semi-autobiographical, based on Billops' niece, Suzanne. In 2016 the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Come to the Garden (2016)

The Gentleman's Wager II (2015)

The Nuer (1971)

Hospital Fragment (2000)

Andy (2017)

Kiki (1931)

Kiki is a 1931 American Pre-Code romantic comedy, starring Mary Pickford and Reginald Denny, which was directed by Sam Taylor. The film is a remake of the 1926 version starring Norma Talmadge.

Sexual Meditation: Office Suite (1972)

Tiffany: Death on the Runway (2012)

Cooped (2014)