Auch Faulheit kann von Nutzen sein 1913

In a twist on the “Baby Incubator” phenomenon of the age, a fall into a slop pit gives a heavyweight farmer the power to incubate chicken eggs on his belly, much to the delight and advantage of his neighbors.

Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou 1998

In a quaint Japanese town, far from the footprints of tourists, an abandoned robot named Alpha lives a quiet life, while running a coffee shop left by her previous owner. With hardly a customer from day to day, she tends to focus on life's little pleasures, while sporadically wishing for her master's return. But one day, a delivery-robot brings Alpha a camera, and through the pictures inside, her eyes are opened for the first time to the world around her.

Birdy the Mighty 1996

Tsutomu, an average middle school kid busy studying for the final exams to enter high school runs into a man running from someone and gets caught up in the chase. In all the confusion he gets accidentally killed. Luckily Birdy (an interplanetary agent) knows a way to save him, unfortunately that means joining bodies to become one. So now he is stuck with this officer and along for the ride capturing criminals and saving lives.

That Darn Punk 2001

The straight-to-video feature That Darn Punk was produced by a new film division of the Kung Fu record label, and its soundtrack features a number of punk-pop bands, some of whom are, naturally, signed to the label. Several songs were recorded especially for the film by bands like Nerf Herder, No Motiv, and the Vandals, while much of the material recorded by the label's own roster is exclusive to the soundtrack or at least previously unissued. Plus, there are a few cuts licensed from bands like Pennywise, Rancid, and Lagwagon.

Maybe Tomorrow 1966

A parent concerned about the violence and possible explosion of an atomic bomb on the city of Montevideo. The scene is a nightmare, but articulates closely with socio-political reality of the time.

La source de l'enfer 2002

Quatre adolescents développent d'étranges pouvoirs après avoir déterré une pierre magique dans la forêt. Très vite, ils vont s'apercevoir que le pouvoir absolu corrompt et peut avoir des conséquences mortelles...

Power King 1995

On the peaceful star of Andromeda, the reign of terror begins when the emperor of darkness, Lucas, takes over the planet. Lucas takes King Gaus hostage. Princess Shou Shou, Gaus' daughter and her protector, Sally the warrior, make a narrow escape to earth. Lucas sends his soldiers to capture the princess. At the same time, Young-gu and Yang-gu on earth are testing their new invention. The princess and Sally escape the soldiers and take refuge in Young-gu's house. The princess had escaped with a necklace that has the power to make the Power King with a good-hearted person. They try it on Yang-gu but it is Young-gu who turns into the Power King. Lucas sends Sanal, Lucifer and Monster to kill the Power King.

First Pavilion 1968

A young scientist is kidnapped and taken to a mysterious house in which his former professor is conducting experiments to shrink people.

Superman 1953

Feature version of the 1948 Columbia serial film, never exhibited or otherwise made available to the public itself in the USA.

Televoid 1997

There never seems to be anything good on television these days -- especially when it's beaming hallucinatory visions of horror and mayhem into your brain. This provocative computer-animated sci-fi fantasy from Michael Boydstun offers a surreal and twisted satire on modern television featuring a mind-bending gothic soundtrack from Seattle artists Scott Rockenfield of Queensryche and Sir-Mix-A-Lot.