Consume (2017)

Jacob struggles to hang onto his land and his indigenous identity while his personal demons resurface and manifest in the form of the Wendigo spirit.

Muhammad: The Last Prophet (2002)

Muhammad: The Last Prophet is a 2002 animated film and quranic epic produced by Badr International and directed by Richard Rich. The movie was released in limited cinemas in the United States and the United Kingdom. The film focuses on the early days of Islam and Muhammad. Three prequels, Before the Light (relating to events in Arabia before the birth of Muhammad, with his grandfather, Abdul-Muttalib, as the main character), Salman the Persian (the story of Salman's quest for religious enlightenment) and Great Women of Islam (pertaining to the roles of women in Arabia before and after the birth of Islam) have been released, all directed by Rich. In accordance with Islamic law and tradition, Muhammad and the first four caliphs (Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman, and Ali) are not depicted in the film or any of its prequels. Scenes that include Muhammad are shown from his perspective, with his words paraphrased by the narrator. The film has been approved by the Council of Al-Azhar Al-Shareef (Islamic Research Academy) and the Supreme Islamic Shiite Council of Lebanon. Some characters, such as the main character Malek and the rest of his family, are fictional.

Four Hands (2017)

20 years after witnessing their parents murder, sisters Jessica and Sophie discover the murders have been paroled, unleashing a vengeful spirit within Sophie.

Attica (1974)

An overview of the incidents surrounding the harrowing Attica prison revolt in 1971.

La manzana de la discordia (2007)

A woman's faithfulness causes a family breakup and triggers hatred and death.

Sorority House Vampires (1998)

A demon sends a vampire to destroy Earth.

The She Devil (1918)

The She-Devil is a 1918 American silent romantic drama film directed by J. Gordon Edwards and starring Theda Bara. This was the last film in which Alan Roscoe starred with Theda Bara; they appeared in six films together starting with Camille.

Real Time: Siege At Lucas Street Market (2001)

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Little Stones (2017)

The personal narratives of four women from around the world who are using art to create positive change in their communities. From a graffiti artist speaking out against domestic violence to a dancer rehabilitating sex-trafficking survivors.

Probabilità zero (1969)

A crack team of Allied commandos attacks an underground Nazi facility.

Moonlight in Havana (1942)

Moonlight in Havana is a 1942 American film romantic comedy directed by Anthony Mann and featuring Allan Jones, Jane Frazee and Marjorie Lord. This was Mann's first film as director. Choreography by Lester Horton.

The Calling (2010)

The Calling is a 2009 British drama film directed by Jan Dunn. Dunn's third feature film, it tells the story of Joanna, played by Emily Beecham, who after graduating from university, goes against her family and friends when she decides to join the closed order of Benedictine nuns. For her debut leading performance in the film, Beacham was awarded a New Talent Trailblazer Award presented by Sean Connery during the film's debut, where it was also selected as 'Best of the Fest' at the 2009 Edinburgh International Film Festival.

There Ain't No Santa Claus (1926)

Charley has several dilemmas caused by his greedy landlord.

How to Make the Cruelest Month (1998)

How to Make the Cruelest Month is a 1998 comedy film written and directed by Kip Koenig and starring Clea DuVall.

Les compagnons de la marguerite (1967)

A restorer of old manuscripts falsifies marriage certificates after his wife refuses a divorce.

Magellan: At the Gates of Death, Part I: The Red Gate I, 0 (1976)

A clairvoyant killer searches for his next victim.

El camino de los espantos (1967)

El camino de los espantos is a 1967 Mexican horror comedy film. It is directed by Gilberto Martínez Solares and is the last installment of the Viruta y Capulina film franchise. It stars Marco Antonio Campos and Gaspar Henaine, Elsa Cárdenas, and Salomé.

Yes or No: Come Back to Me (2012)

Pie and Kim continue their relationship after college.

Wilson City (2015)

Two detectives and an experienced FBI officer head up the search for a murderer who has embarked on a rampage in Wilson City.

29 Februari (2012)

29 Februari is a Malaysian "fantasy biography" and romance musical film produced by KRU Studios, touted as the country's first stereoscopic 3D theatrical release. Directed by Edry Abdul Halim, 29 Februari tells of a man who only ages once every four years due to being born on 29 February, resulting in him ageing far slower than his peers. The film was theatrically released in 3D and digital 2D format in Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei on 30 August 2012.

2 hati 1 jiwa (2010)

Two sheltered women enroll at a university.

4 Madu (2010)

Twins must fulfill their father's strange demands to inherit his fortune.

What to Do in a Zombie Attack (2006)

How to prepare for and survive a zombie invasion, including what to do if you are bitten.

Whispers Among Wolves (2014)

Every Wednesday, an alcoholic CEO and her long-suffering personal assistant meet to conduct matters of business. But on this particular evening, secrets will be uncovered.

The County Fair (1920)

The County Fair is a 1920 American film directed by Edmund Mortimer and Maurice Tourneur.

Coração Vagabundo (2009)

Brazilian singer-songwriter Caetano Veloso tours the U.S. and Japan promoting his first album recorded solely in English, "A Foreign Sound."

April Fools' Day (1954)

April Fools' Day or Poisson d'avril, is a French comedy film from 1954, directed by Gilles Grangier, written by Michel Audiard, starring Bourvil, Annie Cordy and Louis de Funès.

All the Best (2012)

All the Best is a 2012 Telugu film written and directed by J. D. Chakravarthy. The film stars Srikanth, J. D. Chakravarthy and Lucky Sharma in lead roles. The film was released on 29 June 2012 with mixed reviews and became one of the successful films of 2012. Especially Telangana Shakuntala's character of Waheed Rehman was much praised by the critics and audiences.Although the film tanked at the box office and declared as flop. Later this film was dubbed into Hindi as Risk. The film is loosely based on the 2000 Argentinian movie Nine Queens.

Good Morning (1959)

A lighthearted take on director Yasujiro Ozu’s perennial theme of the challenges of inter­generational relationships, Good Morning tells the story of two young boys who stop speaking in protest after their parents refuse to buy a television set. Ozu weaves a wealth of subtle gags through a family portrait as rich as those of his dramatic films, mocking the foibles of the adult world through the eyes of his child protagonists. Shot in stunning color and set in a suburb of Tokyo where housewives gossip about the neighbors’ new washing machine and unemployed husbands look for work as door-to-door salesmen, this charming comedy refashions Ozu’s own silent classic I Was Born, But . . . to gently satirize consumerism in postwar Japan.

Family Vanished (2018)

Family members return from vacation and discover that criminals have taken over their home and identities. They are held hostage and forced to drain a business account, and when they escape, they are named as suspects in the thefts.

The Perfect Host: A Southern Gothic Tale (2018)

The film tells the story of Julie who, while sorting her dead grandmother’s affairs, boards in an eerie, southern mansion and soon discovers the matriarch may desire more than just her company.

Sick for Toys (2018)

Roy is the nice guy who finishes last. Sick of his current situation, he accepts an invitation to have Christmas dinner with the beautiful and strangely alluring Emilia. Once at dinner, Roy realizes that Emilia and her oddball brother (Edward) are not what they seem.

Se battre (2014)

Filmmakers follow working-class French people who struggle to make ends meet.

Inspiration (2016)

Terrible things happen when a young author returns to her horror roots.

Silhouette of God (1989)

A young farmer who foolishly believes in communion with spirits doesn't know he's being used to swindle people out of their money.

Wildlands (2017)

Rusty Young, author of best-seller Marching Powder, returns to Bolivia to uncover the brutal realities of the cocaine trade. His investigation sees him cross paths with notorious assassins and traffickers, as well as the undercover informants fighting them. What emerges is a world driven by addiction: to the drug, to the game, to the chase. This enthralling and shocking exposé lays bare the inner workings of the war on drugs.

Eye in the Labyrinth (1972)

Eye in the Labyrinth (Italian: L'occhio nel labirinto) is a 1972 Italian horror film directed by Mario Caiano and starring Rosemary Dexter.

Himmel Oder Hölle (1990)

A woman's perfect relationship crumbles when detectives come looking for her boyfriend.

Beyond Food (2017)

On a mission to explore extraordinary health & personal empowerment, directors Juan Paredes & Tomas Reyes travel across the US to have in-depth discussions with a wide variety of people who are thriving, including athletes, doctors, health experts, and biohackers who challenge mainstream health advice.

Clash (1984)

A woman revisits long-suppressed nightmares as she is being chased through an abandoned warehouse by a strange man.

Héros (2007)

A comedian kidnaps a singer and keeps him in his apartment.

Meet Me in Venice (2015)

A woman travels to Venice, Italy, to finally meet her absentee father.

Cradle of Champions (2018)

Three people battle to change their lives through New York Daily News Golden Gloves.. This is the biggest and oldest amateur boxing tournament in the world.

King Size (1988)

Kingsajz is a 1987 cult Polish comedy fantasy film directed by Juliusz Machulski. The action takes place in late communist Poland and in a fictional Lilliputian kingdom called Szuflandia (Drawerland), hidden deep underground the Quaternary Research Institute. The movie is an allegory of a communist regime and thus was received very enthusiastically by anti-communist society. Kingsajz used highly oversized props and sets, supervised by production designer Janusz Sosnowski, intended to capture the difference in size between the little people and the large things from the above ground world that they use. The Drawerland sets were built in Łódź Studio soundstages as wall-to-wall set-constructions. Some scenes were optically enhanced by matte painting by artists from Barrandov Studios.

Zindagi Virat (2017)

Santosh is still coming to terms with his father's passing when his father's ghost starts haunting him with a strange request.

Hakuchi: The Innocent (1999)

In a future where World War II never ended, Japan is decimated by nightly bombings. The only building left standing is known as the Media Station, a broadcasting center responsible for all of Japan's entertainment.

My Brother Is Getting Married (2006)

A Vietnamese woman travels to Switzerland to meet her biological son for the first time.

Mister Twister: Class of Fun (2012)

An inexperienced student teacher inspires his students with his unconventional methods.

Os Irmãos Roberto (2012)

Brothers Marcelo, Milton and Maurício Roberto were behind many important masterpieces of Brazilian modern architecture.

Peter Bell (2002)

Peter Bell (Dutch: Pietje Bell) is a 2002 Dutch family film, based on the Pietje Bell books of Chris van Abkoude, and directed by Maria Peters. The film received a Golden Film (75,000 visitors) and a Platinum Film (200,000 visitors) in 2002.

Benny Bliss and the Disciples of Greatness (2009)

A musician has an epiphany during electroshock therapy and decides to rid the world of electronic gadgets. He takes a converted bus around the country to spread his message.

Mandy the Doll (2018)

Three burglars will soon realise they are not alone in a manor house when they discover a doll mysteriously appearing.

Maria Mariana (1996)

Maria Mariana is a 1996 Malaysian drama film directed by Yusof Haslam. It revolves around a story of two sisters, Maria and Mariana, who are very different in character. The film explores the issue of a troublesome yet rebellious teenager but at the same time reveals that love can change anything.

Select Hotel (1997)

A prostitute and her brother share a room in a flophouse and dream of a better life.

Over Time (2005)

Puppets refuse to accept their puppeteer's death and pretend he's still alive.

The Road Forward (2017)

The Road Forward is a 2017 musical documentary film written and directed by Marie Clements about key moments in the history of Indigenous rights in Canada, from the 1930s to today. The film was produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

The Holy Man (2005)

The Holy Man is a 2005 Thai comedy film. One of the top films at the Thai box office that year, it starred popular Thai television comedian, Pongsak Pongsuwan as a Buddhist monk. It is the first of a comic trilogy about young monks.

Un amour de pluie (1974)

A married woman and her young daughter experience fleeting romances while on vacation in the French mountains.

Daredevil in the Castle (1961)

The Story of Osaka Castle is a 1961 color Japanese film directed by Hiroshi Inagaki based on historical events taking place in Japan during the beginning of the 17th century. It was also known as Daredevil in the Castle and The Tale of Osaka Castle in the UK.

De kollega's maken de brug! (1988)

Workers become stuck in their office during a holiday.

Oru Pazhaya Bomb Kadha (2018)

A physically challenged young man finds himself in a difficult situation.

Sunset at Chaopraya (1988)

A Japanese naval officer falls in love with a Thai resistance fighter during World War II.

Champ of the Camp (2013)

A portrait of life in Dubai's labor camps, told by the laborers as they participate in a huge Bollywood singing competition.

Searching for Hell (2015)

Filmmakers explore different notions of hell.

The Very Private Work of Sister K (2016)

A nun stands trial for sexual transgressions.

Human Voice (2014)

In 1950s Naples, Italy, an aging woman rides an emotional roller coaster when her man leaves her.

In Real Life (2015)

After battling online for over a year in a fantasy game called "Realm of Conquest," two gamers decide to meet up in real life.

Perception (2009)

The lives of three New Yorkers become intertwined after a misunderstanding.

If We Shout Loud Enough (2013)

An inside look at the American punk culture and the Baltimore underground music scene through one of its most pivotal bands, Double Danger.

Exiled (2016)

During World War I, a German doctor who is sent to oversee an insane asylum in Latvia helps a wild boy rehabilitate.

Bijuli Machine (2016)

Bijuli Machine is a 2016 Nepali film directed by Navin Awal and produced by Rishav Acharya, Santosh Lamichhane, Bindu Timilsina, Sanjeev Neupane, and Navin Awal. Rabin Awal and Nalin Shen Thapa are the executive producers of the film. It features Abhishek Subedi, Jeewan Adhikary, Buddhi Tamang, Reliza Shrestha and Rajesh Hamal in lead roles. The film revolves around two teenage friends who set out to solve Nepal's chronic “load-shedding” problem with the innovation of a unique ‘Bijuli Machine’. Santosh Lamichhane is also the Science Advisor for the film. The film released on Mangsir 17, 2073 B.S. i..e December 2, 2016. The film is now available to stream freely for amazon prime members and to buy or rent for others on the amazon video platform.

Headed South for Christmas (2013)

A troubled teen and her single dad spend Christmas with family members they hardly know.

Sluzby specjalne (2014)

Secret Wars (Polish: Służby specjalne) is a 2014 Polish action film directed by Patryk Vega.

13 Lead Soldiers (1948)

13 Lead Soldiers is a 1948 American mystery film starring Tom Conway as Capt. Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond. It was directed by Frank McDonald.

Winter Ridge (2018)

Winter Ridge is a 2018 British psychological thriller film directed by Dom Lenoir and starring Matt Hookings, Olwen Catherine Kelly, Michael McKell, Hannah Waddingham and Alan Ford. It was written by Ross Owen Williams.

The Toledo Report (2009)

The works of celebrated Mexican artist Francisco Toledo.

Sesham Kazhchayil (1983)

Sesham Kazhchayil is a 1983 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Balachandramenon. The film stars Mammootty, Mohanlal, Menaka and Balachandramenon in lead roles. The film had musical score by Johnson.

Les Papas Du Dimanche (2012)

After his wife cheats, a man leaves home and moves in with a childhood friend.

Léa (2011)

Léa is a 2011 French drama film directed by Bruno Rolland. It was entered into the Chicago International Film Festival 2011 and the Cinemania Film Festival 2011.

Mejor que nunca (2009)

A woman faces the arrival of menopause as her husband leaves her for a younger woman.

Le jeu de la vérité (2014)

Three childhood friends gather once a week for dinner.

Montanha (2015)

A 14-year-old becomes the man of the house while his grandfather is in the hospital.

The Punk Voyage (2017)

Finnish Punk rock band Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät (PKN) face the glory and the struggles that come with fame.

Antidote (2018)

A 14-year-old girl tries to outwit the failing computer system on a crippled spaceship.

Distorted (2015)

A deranged hotel manager with a distorted view of reality targets one of his guests.

Le colis (2010)

A debt-ridden man agrees to kidnap an arrogant businessman on behalf of an unscrupulous creditor.

Mon curé chez les Thaïlandaises (1983)

A French priest believes he's inherited a school in Thailand, but it turns out to be a brothel.

Top Line (1988)

Alien Terminator (Italian: Top Line) is a 1988 Italian film directed by Nello Rossati. It is an action film with a climax that includes UFOs and aliens. It was released on video as Top Line.

Beat Beat Heart (2017)

A brokenhearted woman learns about life and love from her newly separated mother.

Dead Saturday (2016)

A teenager believes he's found a religious loophole and his sins will be overlooked.

Lethal Force (2001)

After his wife is murdered and his son is kidnapped, a gangster is forced to betray his best friend, who is also a deadly killer.

Killer Kate! (2018)

Estranged sisters - Kate and Angie - haven’t spoken since Angie went to college and left Kate to care for their ailing father. In a show of reconciliation, several years after moving out, Angie invites Kate to her bachelorette party held at a remote house booked on a home-sharing app. The women are unaware that by booking this house, they’re walking into a trap set in motion by a disturbed family of amateur killers who are out for blood to right a cosmic wrong. They soon become unwitting participants in a savage and often ridiculous life-or-death struggle that pits family against family, and past against present.

The Rapture (2007)

Two superhumans clash in a violent game of cat and mouse.

Meanwhile (1999)

Neighbors in Buenos Aires see how their lives intersect while seeking love and meaning in their lives.

Le plus beau jour de ma vie (2005)

Before the announcement of the marriage of some friends, the members of a couple who live together for a long time begin to discuss and separate.

Chinnadana Nee Kosam (2014)

Chinnadana Nee Kosam is a Telugu romantic comedy film written and directed by A. Karunakaran. The film features Nithiin and Mishti in the lead roles marking the latter's debut in Telugu cinema. The film's title was taken from a song in Nithin's 2012 Ishq. The film was produced by Nithin's father N. Sudhakar Reddy and sister Nikhita Reddy under the banner Sresht Movies. Harsha Vardhan wrote the film's dialogues. Anoop Rubens composed the film's soundtrack and background score. I. Andrew and Prawin Pudi were the film's cinematographer and editor respectively. This film is partially based on 1991 movie "Seetharamaiah Gari Manavaralu".

Hellstone (2016)

A satanic cult attempts to use a mystical stone to summon a demon.

How Not to Work & Claim Benefits... (and Other Useful Information for Wasters) (2016)

Mike and Dave, two slackers who are sponging off the state, wake up after a drunken evening to a case full of cash and the vague memory of a dodgy job offer.

Altin in the city (2017)

An Albanian writer arrives in Italy and begins working in a butcher shop. He finally gets the chance to publish his book but discovers that success can bring loneliness.

The Void (2016)

An anthology of horror and science fiction tales.