How to Watch Football (1938)
Mademoiselle Modiste (1926)
Mademoiselle Modiste is a 1926 silent romance produced by and starring Corinne Griffith and distributed by First National Pictures. Robert Z. Leonard directed Griffith in a story based on a popular 1905 Victor Herbert operetta on Broadway, Mlle. Modiste, with a libretto by Henry Martyn Blossom, which was similar to the MGM film The Merry Widow. It is now considered a lost film.The story was refilmed in 1931 as the talkie Kiss Me Again.
I Know Jake Gyllenhaal Is Going to Fuck My Girlfriend (2016)
Jason Vs. Leatherface (2003)
Pictures from Life's Other Side (1971)
Star Trek I: Specter of the Past (2010)
Force-Full Imagination (2015)
The Feudin' Hillbillies (1948)
Shaye & Kiki (2004)
I'm from Hollywood (1989)
I'm from Hollywood is a 1989 comedy documentary film about the adventures of late performance artist Andy Kaufman in the world of professional wrestling. The film includes interviews with Taxi co-stars Marilu Henner and Tony Danza and interviews with comedian Robin Williams, wrestler Jerry Lawler, wrestling commentator Lance Russell, and Kaufman's best friend, Bob Zmuda. Other people seen in the film include TV host David Letterman and Jimmy Hart of Continental Wrestling Association. The film's title refers to a phrase spoken by Kaufman to the Memphis wrestling audience.
The documentary was directed by Kaufman's girlfriend, Lynne Margulies, and Joe Orr. Kaufman himself began work with Margulies and Orr on the film in 1983, shortly before he was diagnosed with cancer. Margulies and Orr, at Kaufman's request, finished I'm from Hollywood after the performer's death.
Comedy Central aired the documentary numerous times during the late 1990s wrestling boom.
Expiration (2004) is an independent feature film written, directed and starring Gavin Heffernan. It was the winner of the Grand Jury Prize and Best Film at the Canadian Filmmakers' Festival.
Backstreet Boys: Backstreet Stories (1999)
The Ducks' Migration (2012)
The Gravediggers from Guadix (1958)
Little Roar (2014)
In a Perfect World (2015)
Larger Than Life: A Boyband Story (2017)
Ricky the Handyman (2009)
Liv is a 1967 Norwegian drama film directed by Pål Løkkeberg. It was entered into the 17th Berlin International Film Festival.
A Coming Out Story (2013)
Mother of the River (1995)
Milk & cookies (2015)
This Chair Is Not Me (2011)
Harvesting Horror: Children of the Corn (2004)
Let's Dance: Bowie Down Under (2015)
The Caterpillar and the Polliwog (1988)
Impressed by the proud caterpillar's boast that she will turn into a butterfly when she grows up, a polliwog determines to watch the caterpillar very carefully and turn into a butterfly too.
No Ransom (1934)
Soapy the Germ Fighter (1951)
Carnal Cravings (2006)
Pacific Radio Fire (2012)
The Horse Raised by Spheres (2014)
Salo: Yesterday and Today (2002)
Eye Myth Educational (1972)
Smith & Wesson (1988)
A Night at the Cinema in 1914 (2014)
Inside the Actor's Workshop (2010)
Cody of the Pony Express (1950)
Cody of the Pony Express (1950) is the 42nd serial released by Columbia Pictures.
We Need to Talk About Sandy Hook (2014)
Sky Captain (1985)
Dusha (Russian: Душа, English translation: Soul) is a 1981 Soviet musical drama film written by Alexander Borodyansky and directed by Alexander Stefanovich, starring Sofia Rotaru and Mikhail Boyarsky. The movie features songs performed by Sofia Rotaru, Mikhail Boyarsky and the Russian rock band Mashina Vremeni (Time Machine). The movie has substantial philosophical dialogue about the self-criticism of an artist and the existential approach to the golden mean between artistic creation and respect for human dignity.
The movie featured a musical video, with Rotaru and Boyarsky jumping on a trampoline in gold stretch fabric. Stefanovich claimed it was watched by more than 57 million cinema-goers in the Soviet Union, while the KinoExpert.ru site lists 33.3 million.
During production of the film, Rotaru's son was threatened to be taken hostage and was hidden in a villa in the Crimea. The scenario and the role of Viktoria Slobodina were specially written for Rotaru. The main plot in the movie deals with the singer's health problems (inflammation of the vocal cords), and Rotaru had similar health issues.
The story is set by the sea at Rotaru's house in Yalta and in Germany (where Rotaru at that time recorded many of her albums), as well as at international song festivals, where Rotaru participated as well. Initially, producer and director Stefanovich cast his wife Alla Pugacheva to star in the film. After their relationship breakup, he invited Rotaru.
Katy Perry: Making of the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show (2015)
The Vampire Is Still Alive (1989)
The Girl Who Played with the Dead (2014)
Matt Grant PSA for Spaying and Neutering Pets (2008)
How'd I Get in This Field? (2016)
Ridin' the Trail (1940)
Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me! (1968)
Portal Combat (2015)
Works of Calder (1950)
Cherfitness: A New Attitude (1991)
Posledniy lepestok (1977)
White Picket World (2013)
Dark Water Rising: Survival Stories of Hurricane Katrina Animal Rescues (2006)
The Cure For Insomnia (1987)
The Cure for Insomnia, directed by John Henry Timmis IV, is a film which on its release in 1987 was according to Guinness World Records the longest running. At 5,220 minutes long (87 hours, or 3 days and 15 hours) in length, the film has no plot, instead consisting of artist L. D. Groban reading his 4,080-page poem "A Cure for Insomnia" over the course of three and a half days, spliced with occasional clips from heavy metal and pornographic videos.
It was first played in its entirety at The School of the Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois, from January 31 to February 3, 1987, in one continuous showing. It has not been released on DVD or other home video formats.
Fanny Hill Meets Lady Chatterly (1967)
Hécate is a 1982 French-Swiss drama film directed by Daniel Schmid. It is based on the novel Hecate and Her Dogs by Paul Morand. It was entered into the 33rd Berlin International Film Festival.
Whipping Boy (2014)
Bimbos In Time (1992)
I Love That Man (1933)
I Love That Man is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Harry Joe Brown and written by C. Graham Baker, Casey Robinson and Gene Towne. The film stars Edmund Lowe, Nancy Carroll, Robert Armstrong, Lew Cody, Warren Hymer, Grant Mitchell and Dorothy Burgess. The film was released on June 9, 1933, by Paramount Pictures.
Northern Patrol (1953)
Northern Patrol is a 1953 American western film directed by Rex Bailey and starring Kirby Grant, Marian Carr and William Phipps. The film was part of a series of ten films featuring Kirby Grant as a Canadian Mountie.
Night Calls: The Movie (1998)
The True Story of Private Ryan (1999)
Bear Feat (1949)
Bear Feat is a Looney Tunes cartoon released in 1949, directed by Chuck Jones and featuring The Three Bears.
Kings Of The Underground: The Dramatic Journey Of Ugk (2010)
Auf Der Sicheren Seite (2010)
Supermodel Acting Class (2013)
Visitors Parking (2015)
My 13 (2008)
Film Magazine of the Arts (1963)
Years Later: The Unbelievable Truth and Its Consequences (2010)
The Clock Store (1931)
The Clock Store is a Silly Symphonies animated Disney short film. It was released in 1931.
The Equinox... A Journey Into the Supernatural (1967)
I Am Legend: Awakening - Story 4: Death as a Gift (2007)
Escuchando Al Juez Garzon (2011)
Raw for Life (2007)
A Depression in the Bay of Bengal (1996)
Fedor: The Baddest Man on the Planet (2009)
VOID (Video Overview in Deceleration) (2005)
Rita Hayworth: Dancing Into the Dream (1990)
A Woman Commands (1932)
A Woman Commands is a 1932 film.
The Kibitzer (1930)
The Kibitzer is a 1930 American comedy film directed by Edward Sloman and written by Marion Dix, Sam Mintz, Edward G. Robinson, Viola Brothers Shore and Jo Swerling. The film stars Harry Green, Mary Brian, Neil Hamilton, Albert Gran, David Newell, Guy Oliver and Tenen Holtz. The film was released on January 11, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.
Robert Palmer: Addicted To Love (1986)
Mere Mystery (2010)
White With Red (2013)
Lumber Jack-Rabbit (1953)
Lumber Jack-Rabbit is a 1953 3D Looney Tunes animated comedy short film directed by Chuck Jones and featuring Bugs Bunny. With a story by Michael Maltese, the short was released by Warner Bros. Pictures on September 26, 1953. It was notable as the first Warner Bros. cartoon short produced in 3-D. It premiered with the Warner Bros. 3-D feature The Moonlighter and the 3-D Lippert short, Bandit Island.
GameCenter CX: The Movie - 1986 Mighty Bomb Jack (2014)
Tricks of the Trade (1968)
Orgasm Torture in Satan's Rape Clinic (2004)
Pumpkinhead Unearthed (2008)
Little 'Tinker (1948)
Little 'Tinker is a 1948 MGM cartoon directed by Tex Avery. It was produced by Fred Quimby and composed by Scott Bradley.
Industrial Soundscape (2008)
The Pink Hotel (2010)
Two Weeks Vacation (1952)
Two Weeks Vacation is a 1952 American animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The cartoon follows Goofy on an ill-fated vacation trip traveling cross country. It was directed by Jack Kinney and features the voices of Pinto Colvig as Goofy and Alan Reed as the narrator and a hitchhiker.
The Desert Hawk (1944)
The Desert Hawk (1944) is a Columbia film serial. It was the 23rd serial produced by Columbia. Gilbert Roland played a dual role in this serial, that of Kasim, The Desert Hawk and also Hassan, his own evil twin brother. Co-stars included serial regulars Charles Middleton, Frank Lackteen and I. Stanford Jolley.
Touching the Game: The Story of the Cape Cod Baseball League (2004)