30 Days in Hell: The Making of 'The Devil's Rejects' (2005)

Die Zombiejäger (2005)

Die Zombiejäger is a Swedish exploitation film from 2005. A prequel called Dragonetti: The Ruthless Contract Killer was released in 2010.

The High School Student in the Repeating Class (1978)

La liceale nella classe dei ripetenti (literally The high school girl in the class of repeaters) is a 1978 commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Mariano Laurenti. It is the second chapter in the "Liceale" film-series and was followed by La liceale seduce i professori. Alvaro Vitali, who played a student in the first film, plays a teacher in this one.

Bukowski (2013)

Bukowski is an upcoming American biographical film. It retells the childhood years of writer Charles Bukowski. The film was directed by James Franco and stars Josh Peck as Charles Bukowski, Tim Blake Nelson as his father, Henry, and Alex Kingston as his mother, Katharina.

The Bears Who Saved Christmas (1994)

ChickenHawk (1994)

Chicken Hawk: Men Who Love Boys is a 1994 award-winning documentary produced, written and directed by Adi Sideman. The film profiles members of the pedophile/pederasty organization North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) who discuss sexual relationships between men and boys below the age of consent. The film is an exposé on the group's controversial beliefs and their clandestine lifestyle. Sideman's evenhanded approach provides the audience with an insight into the group members' psyches. The film has drawn attention for its unique approach: letting its subjects, the NAMBLA members, incriminate themselves in a public forum. Since its release, the film has been screened for the FBI, university criminology departments and other law enforcement agencies. The term "chickenhawk" is used in gay slang to refer to an older man who chases after younger men.

Animal Instincts III (1996)

Strangers, Lovers, Killers (2010)

Imaginary Fiend (2015)

The Smurfic Games (1983)

The Secret Government: The Constitution in Crisis (1987)

Paranormal Parody (2011)

Cinderella Man: The Real Jim Braddock Story (2005)

Creative Process: Norman McLaren (1990)

Ulterior Motives: Reality TV Massacre (2016)

The Smurfs Springtime Special (1982)

The Hardest Part (2010)

On Set With "Raiders Of The Lost Ark" (2012)

Shining Time Station: Once Upon a Time (1995)

Faded Dreams (2007)

Mystery on Balete Drive (1988)

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.

Paranormal Activity Security Squad (2016)

Oh! Pa Ra Sa Ta U Wa Yeah! (2011)

Sunny When it Rains (2006)

Vagina Vacation (2009)

Lissy (1957)

Lissy is an East German film, directed by Konrad Wolf, based on a novel by F.C. Weiskopf.

Farewell to Fred (1985)

Adieu Blaireau (Farewell Blaireau) is a 1985 film directed by Bob Decout. The picture stars Philippe Léotard, Annie Girardot and Juliette Binoche and premiered at the 1985 Cognac Festival du Film Policier.

Bilibid Gays (1981)

Rise of the Kitchen Appliances (2014)

When Albums Ruled the World (2013)

Ulla (2014)

Woman and the Hunter (1957)

Riot (1969)

Riot is a 1969 American drama film directed by Buzz Kulik and starring Gene Hackman and Jim Brown.

Sam & Miguel (Your Basura, No Problema) (1992)

The Sixth Directive and Other Tales (2003)

Jim Jones - A Day In The Fastlife (2006)

Der subjektive Faktor (1981)

50 Cent - The New Breed (2003)

50 Cent: The New Breed is a 2003 documentary by rapper 50 Cent.

Hearts of Hot Shots! Part Deux—A Filmmaker's Apology (1993)

View From the Overlook: Crafting 'The Shining' (2007)

Meine Kinder und ich (1955)

The Union (1972)

Il sindacalista (The Trade Unionist) is a 1972 Italian comedy film directed by Luciano Salce.

Giuseppe De Santis (2008)

Sorelle Materassi (1944)

The Materassi Sisters (Italian:Sorelle Materassi) is a 1944 Italian comedy film directed by Ferdinando Maria Poggioli and starring Emma Gramatica, Irma Gramatica and Olga Solbelli. The film is an adaptation of the 1934 novel of the same title by Aldo Palazzeschi.

Call Him Jess (2000)

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)

Divided Into Zero (1999)

In the Grip of Evil (1997)

Die Frau des Frisörs (2008)

A Special Sesame Street Christmas (1978)

Hell Week (2011)

The Legacy of 'Some Like It Hot' (2006)

Stepping Out (1977)

Brácha za vsechny penize (1979)

Odjuret (2012)

With God on Our Side: George W. Bush and the Rise of the Religious Right in America (2004)

The Duel At Blood Creek (2010)

The Stone Cold Truth (2004)

WWE: The Monday Night War: WWE Raw vs. WCW Nitro (2004)

A Father ... A Son ... Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (2005)

WWE Divas: South Of The Border (2004)

Obsessive Becoming (1995)

Empusa (2010)

Cutting Room! (2005)

Bajo la metralla (1983)

Bajo la metralla is a 1983 Mexican thriller film directed by Felipe Cazals. It tells the story of a guerilla group that hides in a safe house with a hostage after a failed attack on a government official. The film is loosely based on the play The Just Assassins by Albert Camus. The film received the 1984 Ariel Awards for Best Picture, Director, Actor (Humberto Zurita) and Editor. It was also nominated for Supporting Actress (Beatriz Marín), Music and Set Design.

Bolero (2012)

Taya (2013)

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.

J'ai pensé à vous tous les jours (2008)

Sergeant X (1932)

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.

In with Thieves (2008)

Kingfisher The Killer (1980)

Sonata for Viola (1981)

The Making of 'The Birth of a Nation' (1993)

Roach Approach: Slingshot Slugger! (2006)

The Yatra Trilogy: Prajna Earth - Journey Into Sacred Nature (2004)

Viva Pedro: The Life & Times of Pedro Almodóvar (2007)

Requiem for a Killer: The Making of 'Blast of Silence' (2007)

Twiharder (2013)

Warren Oates: Across the Border (1993)

The Circuit III: Final Flight (2006)

The Circuit 3: Street Monk - is the 3rd film in the Circuit series with Olivier Gruner returning along with Jalal Merhi, who also produced and directed all three films. Circuit 3 was released recently[when?] on DVD in Australia by Universal in a DVD box with all three Circuit movies as the Circuit Complete Collection. It is region 4, PAL.

Plane's Flying to Russia (1994)

What Killed the Mega Beasts? (2002)

The Crucifier (2005)

Verstörung - und eine Art von Poesie. Die Filmlegende Bernhard Wicki (2007)

Human Failure (2008)

Obama: All Access (2009)

Fearful Symmetry (1998)

Six Soldiers (1975)

Jean Renoir: Part One - From La Belle Époque to World War II (1993)

Eastwood on Eastwood (1997)

Picardia Mexicana 2 (1980)

Vampires: Rise of the Fallen (2012)

Paparazzi Eye in the Dark (2011)

Paparazzi: Eye in the Dark is a 2011 romantic mystery film directed by Bayo Akinfemi and starring Van Vicker, Koby Maxwell, Tchidi Chikere, Syr Law, JJ Bunny and Chet Anekwe. The film depicts the adventures of an aspiring photographer whose accidental picture exposes an infamous murder mystery. The film was initially slated for a direct-to-video release but as of February, 2011 was scheduled for a multiple-city limited theatrical release. Made for a low six-figure budget and filmed over the course of 19 days, the film has been known in the Nollywood USA market as the film that has changed the look and sound of Nollywood by introducing a more western approach to production quality. Notably the filmmakers employed the experience of an American filmmaker (Tim "Black Magic Tim" Wilson) to serve as cinematographer and editor.

SpEd Hearts (2010)

Silveria (1958)