Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle (2018)

Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle is a 2018 Japanese computer-animated science fiction kaiju film featuring Godzilla, produced by Toho Animation and animated by Polygon Pictures, in association with Netflix. It is the 33rd film in the Godzilla franchise, the 31st Godzilla film produced by Toho, and the second entry in the anime trilogy. It is a sequel to Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters and is co-directed by Kōbun Shizuno and Hiroyuki Seshita. The film was released theatrically in Japan on May 18, 2018, and released worldwide on Netflix on July 18, 2018. A sequel, Godzilla: The Planet Eater, was released in Japan on November 9, 2018.

The Haunted Boy: The Secret Diary of the Exorcist (2010)

While filming at a haunted asylum in St. Louis, Missouri, documentary filmmakers uncover a secret diary of the infamous 1949 exorcism of a 13-year-old boy that later inspired the book and movie "The Exorcist."

Rape of Love (1978)

Rape of Love (also known as L'amour violé )is a 1978 French and Belgian drama film directed and produced by Yannick Bellon. This film has been music composed by Aram Sedefian .The film starring Nathalie Nell, Alain Fourès, Michèle Simonnet, Pierre Arditi and Daniel Auteuil in the lead roles.

Dr. Brinks & Dr. Brinks (2018)

Estranged brother and sister, Marcus and Michelle Brinks (Scott Rodgers and Kristin Slaysman) reunite after the sudden death of their parents, a saintly pair of doctors-without-borders they barely knew and never liked. The homecoming goes haywire when the siblings choose to revel in dysfunction rather than face the grief of losing a family they thought they didn’t need.

The Laughter Life (2018)

Young comedians write a popular YouTube sketch series and star in it.

O Renascimento do Parto (2013)

Medical professionals and mothers in Brazil talk about the increasing number of caesarean deliveries with traumatic and unnecessary interventions, as opposed to natural labor.

Lady Rider (2017)

A dirty police sergeant and a drug kingpin try to clean up their own organization by murdering all the street snitches while attempting to frame it on two Lady Riders, who are trying to get revenge on the drug dealers that raped them. Meanwhile, a detective is on the trail of breaking down these dirty cops and drug dealers, and at the same time trying to stop the two Lady Riders from getting framed for murder.

Skylarking (1923)

An inventor demonstrates his latest invention.

The Jazz Ambassadors (2018)

Jazz musicians tour the world as cultural ambassadors in 1955.

This Little Piggy (2017)

Simon and Ely expand their small drug business due to a connection with an existing client, but greed rears its ugly head and drives a wedge between their relationship.

Nos amis les Terriens (2007)

Our Earthmen Friends (French: Nos amis les Terriens) is a French film released theatrically in April 2007 and produced by Claude Lelouch. It has been adapted from the play written by Bernard Werber Nos Amis Les Humains.

Neither Seen Nor Recognized (1958)

A poacher living in the woods of a small French village outwits the policeman trying to arrest him.

For 200 Grand, You Get Nothing Now (1982)

Pour cent briques, t'as plus rien... is a French comedy film directed by Édouard Molinaro. It was released in 1982.

Cops (1922)

Cops is a 1922 American two-reel silent comedy film about a young man who accidentally gets on the bad side of the entire Los Angeles Police Department during a parade and is chased all over town. It was written and directed by Edward F. Cline and Keaton.

Silvio Forever (2011)

Journalists examine the life and work of former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and share historical excerpts and recordings from interviews with the statesman.

The Beginning of Time (2014)

The lives of a broke couple in their 90s turn around when their son and grandson reappear.

Land of the Free (2017)

Exploring the psychological impact of a prison system that focuses on punishment rather than prevention and rehabilitation.

Wonderland (2017)

A recently divorced woman is invited by her friend to spend Christmas on a farm, the only place they can afford.

Blood (2013)

A former leader of the Red Brigade talks to actor-director Pippo Delbono about the Italian armed struggle.

The Mercenary (1983)

Mercenaries plunge into the dark jungles of Vietnam to confront an army of cannibals.

Deviance (2017)

Two gay men desperately try to escape their demons.

Hindsight (1996)

A playboy's actions catch up with him when a one-night fling with his manager results in a physical attack. After falling in love with a nurse who aids his recovery, people from his past threaten the new relationship.

Quest for the Egg Salad (2002)

Adventurers seek sacred egg salad.

Romaine (1997)

Three tales of a young woman with no friends, no hope and no desire, who goes on vacation, works at internships and loses her memory.

Let's Rob the Bank (1964)

Faites sauter la banque! English: Rob the Bank, is a French comedy film from 1964, directed by Jean Girault, written by Louis Sapin and Jean Girault, starring Louis de Funès. The film is known under the titles: "Rob the Bank" (International English title), "El gran golpe" (Spain), "Balduin, der Geldschrank-Knacker" (West Germany), "Faccio saltare la banca" (Italy).

Le voleur et la menteuse (1993)

An escaped prisoner meets a young woman and falls hopelessly in love with her.

The Big Wash (1948)

A disgruntled teacher conspires with an anarchist to block TV airwaves.

The Children Send Their Regards (2017)

Pupils, wards and foster children; all sexually abused by members of the clergy. Visiting the scenes of past abuse, accounts emerge of a despicable misuse of power. Coming to terms with these events, and battling obstructions to holding those responsible to account, the painful legacy of their stories persists to the present day. A hugely creative film, which achieves a rare immersion into the tortured worlds of its characters.

40 Years In The Making: The Magic Music Movie (2017)

Magic Music is one of the most fondly remembered bands of the Boulder Revolution. Living in a makeshift camp up in the mountains in the early 1970s, they would delight local residents and university students with their original songs, acoustic instruments, and light harmonies; their growing popularity brought them to the brink of success more than once. Unfortunately, they never signed a record deal and eventually broke up in 1975. Four decades later, one of their greatest fans, Boulder alumnus and acclaimed director Lee Aronsohn, tracked down the original Magic Music members. Making a dream come true for himself, fellow fans, and the band, he brought them together - in Boulder - for a sold-out reunion concert that finally preserved Magic Music for posterity. Aronsohn brings the band’s always colorful – and sometimes poignant -- history to life in his documentary film, 40 YEARS IN THE MAKING: THE MAGIC MUSIC MOVIE.

Bees Make Honey (2018)

Bees Make Honey is a 2017 dark comedy-drama-mystery film directed by Alice Eve's brother, Jack Eve. The film stars Alice Eve, Hermione Corfield, Joshua McGuire, Joséphine de La Baume, Anatole Taubman, and Trevor Eve. The film premiered at the 2017 Raindance Film Festival.

Bruges-La-Morte (1978)

A man meets a dancer who looks exactly like his dead wife.

The Debut (1977)

A 15-year-old student snaps after years of being picked on at home and at school.

Broken (2005)

Broken is a 2005 film edited by Alex Ferrari and co-written by Ferrari and Jorge F. Rodriguez, starring Samantha Gurewitz, Paul Gordon and Amber Crawford. The film had a limited run in theatres and was released to DVD.

Twisted (2016)

A man who is out for revenge holds an entire family captive at gun point.

A Sight for Sore Eyes (2004)

When she was 7 years old, Elise Gardet witnessed her mother's murder. Ever since then, her overprotective stepmother has managed her every move. Elise's life changes when she falls in love with a sociopath.

The Night Is My Kingdom (1951)

The Night Is My Kingdom (French: La nuit est mon royaume) is a 1951 French drama film directed by Georges Lacombe and starring Jean Gabin, Simone Valère and Gérard Oury. Gabin was awarded the Volpi Cup for Best Actor at the 1951 Venice Film Festival. The film's sets were designed by Rino Mondellini and René Moulaert.

La leyenda (2008)

An attractive engineer seeks two new talented drivers.

La scuola (1995)

La scuola (also known as School) is a 1995 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Daniele Luchetti. It is loosely based on two books by Domenico Starnone, Ex Cattedra and Sottobanco. The film was awarded with the David di Donatello for Best Film.

Man in the Trunk (1973)

An Israeli secret service agent believes he's in danger.

Merry Mirthquakes (1953)

Pianist Liberace performs several classical pieces.

A Broad Bellflower (1987)

A Broad Bellflower is a 1987 North Korean movie directed by Kyun Soon Joo, and starring Ryung Joo Kim, Mi Ran Oh, and Yeon Ock Song in lead roles. The film was screened at the Melbourne International Film Festival.

Finding Fortune (2003)

Two women search for a missing man in the Scottish highlands.

Ghosts in the Machine (2015)

Six people find a cursed VCR in an abandoned house.

Spray Paint Beijing (2012)

Graffiti painting is a rapidly expanding art form in Beijing.

Commis d'Office (2009)

A criminal lawyer is disappointed by his professional environment.

Desert Ambush (2011)

A hostage crisis erupts upon the kidnapping of two scientists investigating the conditions in a Nigerian uranium mine operated by a French corporation, at the very moment when France and Niger attempt to renegotiate the price of uranium.

Die blutigen Geier von Alaska (1973)

A fur trapper battles the elements and robbers to help a boy in urgent need of medical attention.

Killer Crocodile (1989)

Killer Crocodile is a 1989 Italian natural horror film directled by Fabrizio De Angelis, about a large crocodile that mutates when exposed to large quantities of toxic waste, which has been dumped in the water where it lives. The film stars Richard Anthony Crenna and was followed by a sequel, Killer Crocodile II, in 1990.

June Falling Down (2018)

After traveling aimlessly for the first year after her father's death, June returns home to Wisconsin for her best friend Harley's wedding.

Strawberry Estates (2001)

An expedition into a haunted insane asylum.

Dv (2013)

A serial killer records his life and examines it to stay one step ahead of the authorities.

Elected (2015)

A bumbling megalomaniac runs for president.

Sunshine Girl and the Hunt for Black Eyed Kids (2012)

A paranormal investigator and her friends search for evidence of an urban legend.

There Were Days... and Moons (1990)

There Were Days... and Moons (French: Il y a des jours... et des lunes) is a 1990 film directed by Claude Lelouch.

Il gèle en enfer (1990)

A convict and a prostitute plan a robbery.

Love Revisited (2017)

In an effort to understand what went wrong, a film director re-enacts scenes from his own failed relationship.

Begemotik (1975)

Potam tries to warn his family of a pirate attack, but no one believes him.

The Sweetest Christmas (2017)

When struggling pastry chef Kylie Watson (Chabert) learns she’s made it to the finals of the American Gingerbread Competition, she thinks her competitive spirit has finally paid off and hopes the publicity will help her jumpstart her new café. There’s just one problem — the oven she’s supposed to use breaks down right before the contest. Determined to enter, she reaches out to Nick Mazannti (Coco), her old boyfriend from culinary school who gave up his dream of being a pastry chef to take over his family’s pizzeria. Nick allows her to use his industrial pizza oven at night to craft her ambitious gingerbread confections. As the two reminisce about the dreams of their youth, their romance is rekindled. But just as Kylie is on the cusp of taking the grand prize — and embracing true love — things get complicated when her ex-boyfriend takes drastic steps to win her back. Kylie realizes she must embrace the Christmas Spirit or risk losing both the contest and her new love.

Los Muertos (2004)

Los Muertos (Spanish: Los Muertos) is a 2004 Argentine drama film directed by Lisandro Alonso. It follows a released prisoner (Vargas) who, convicted of murder years ago, looks for his now adult daughter. Vargas' journey is slow and contemplative though Alonso refuses to externalize his psychology, making much of the film's events open-ended and impressionistic. The film is considered part of Alonso's "Lonely Man Trilogy," which also includes La Libertad and Liverpool.

Concealed (2015)

A struggling actor living in South Africa travels to Sydney, Australia, to visit his girlfriend. Things go wrong for the couple when the girlfriend suddenly disappears.

Patries: Homelands (2015)

Two young men from different backgrounds become friends.

Dream Princess (1997)

Puteri Impian is a 1997 Malaysian romantic comedy film directed by Aziz M. Osman and starring Amy Mastura. The film follows the adventures of a young woman who wins the chance to be in a "princess" for ten days in a reality television show. The film is dedicated to Princess Diana, who died not long before the film was released.

Dream Princess 2 (1998)

A prince falls in love with a factory worker, but she rejects his proposal.

Les pornocrates (1976)

A behind-the-scenes look at the French adult film industry.

The French Cousins (1970)

A woman and her cousin relentlessly torture her catatonic sister.

Testament (2004)

Ten'ja is a 2004 Arabic-language French-Moroccan film directed by Hassan Legzouli, written by the director and Emmanuelle Sardou. The film stars Roschdy Zem, Aure Atika, and Abdou El Mesnaoui.

Les 4 saisons d'Espigoule (1999)

Residents of a gloomy-looking town stay upbeat and happy.

Two Dads and One Mom (1996)

A Parisian couple who are unable to conceive ask the husband's best friend to be a sperm donor.

Hasamba Ve-Shodedey Ha-Susim (1985)

During the British rule of Israel in the 1940s, the Hasambas have to stop a gang of horse thieves.

Ne le criez pas sur les toits (1943)

A scientists discovers a revolutionary new fuel but dies before he can reveal the formula.

Tapestry of Shadows (2006)

Tired of witnessing senseless violence, a minister confronts the drug dealers in his neighborhood.

The Enemy (1965)

Romeo and Juliet survive and live in hiding until their families find out about them.

Unknown Blonde (1934)

A hustler who makes up evidence in divorce cases finds out he is framing his own daughter.

Tadakha (2013)

Tadakha is a 2013 Telugu action comedy film directed by Kishore Kumar Pardasani, who directed Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam earlier. The film is a remake of the well-received 2012 Tamil film Vettai, written and directed by N. Linguswamy. Initially, Sameera Reddy was approached to reprise her role. She was replaced by Andrea Jeremiah. Tamannaah is seen opposite Naga Chaitanya for the second time after 100% Love. The film received mixed reviews and was declared Hit at the box office and Sunil won Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor - Telugu for his excellent police officer role.Tarang Cine Productions remade the movie in Odia in 2018 as Happy Lucky.

The Delinquents (1960)

The Delinquents (Spanish: Los golfos) is a 1959 Spanish drama film directed by Carlos Saura. It was entered into the 1960 Cannes Film Festival.

The Grave Caller (2017)

A novelist retrieves his uncle's diary from a family cabin. Within its pages, he discovers a macabre tale of violence and demonic possession.

Hole In The Wall (2014)

Seven tales of horror.

Mélo (1986)

Mélo is a 1929 play by Henri Bernstein which premiered in the US in 1931 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.

Happiness Is in the Field (1995)

Happiness Is in the Field (French: Le bonheur est dans le pré) is a French comedy directed by Étienne Chatiliez in 1995.

Laissons Lucie faire! (2000)

Lucien is recruited by the Secret Service and decides to hide it from his girlfriend.

Cousines (2006)

A Haitian girl faces homelessness after her father dies.

Nightworld: Door of Hell (2017)

When former cop, Brett Irlam (Jason London, Dazed and Confused), takes a job as head of security at an old apartment building in Bulgaria’s capital city, Sofia, he immediately begins to experience a series of bizarre and terrifying events. As he starts to delve deep into the building’s sinister history and investigate its shadowy owners and past employees, Brett quickly uncovers a malevolent force nestled deep in the bowels of the building, a force that will not stop at anything to be set free into our world. Horror icon Robert Englund (Nightmare on Elm Street) also stars in this thriller about an afterlife darker than you ever imagined.

Consignment (2013)

A lonely woman finds an ominous box in a consignment shop.

So You Want to Keep Your Hair (1946)

Joe McDoakes (George O'Hanlon) seeks advice on hair loss.

Melody For Two (1937)

Melody for Two is a 1937 American musical film directed by Louis King and starring James Melton, Patricia Ellis and Marie Wilson. The film's art direction was by Esdras Hartley.

Death Occurred Last Night (1970)

La morte risale a ieri sera is a 1970 giallo film directed by Duccio Tessari. Written by Biagio Proietti, the film is based on the novel I milanesi ammazzano al sabato by Giorgio Scerbanenco.

Nicolas (2001)

A supernatural lover (Marcus Graham) inhabits the dreams of an artist (Gretchen Egolf) who is having trouble committing to her flesh-and-blood boyfriend (Jason Connery).

Valet Girls (1987)

Valet Girls is a 1987 American comedy film about three women in L.A. who are working as valet girls while trying to get started in the entertainment industry. The film was directed by Rafal Zielinski, written by Clark Carlton, produced by Lexyn Productions; and was distributed by Empire International Pictures and Vestron Video.

The Gun That Won the West (1955)

The Gun That Won the West is a 1955 Technicolor Western film starring Dennis Morgan, Paula Raymond, Richard Denning, Chris O'Brien, Michael Morgan, Roy Gordon, Robert Bice, directed by William Castle and produced by Sam Katzman. The screenplay was written by Robert E. Kent. The original music score was composed by Irving Gertz.

Slashers Gone Wild! (2006)

Serial killers compete for madman of the year.

Uncle Vanya (1963)

Uncle Vanya is a 1963 British film adaptation of the work Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov. The film was directed by Stuart Burge. It was a filmed version of the Chichester Festival production, directed by (and starring) Laurence Olivier as Astrov, and also starring Michael Redgrave (Vanya), Rosemary Harris (Elena), and Joan Plowright (Sonya).

Handcart (2002)

Brigham Young introduces the handcart to Mormons in 1856 to make traveling long distances more efficient.

Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl (2011)

Author N.D. Wilson discusses his views on life, faith and death, and questions why a loving God would allow bad things to happen.

Stormtroopers (1976)

Sturmtruppen is a 1976 comedy film directed by Salvatore Samperi. It is based on the eponymous Sturmtruppen comic books created by Bonvi.

J.C. (1972)

Jesus Christ is born again on Earth. But his father is a hardcore Southern Baptist, and during his teen years, Jesus rebels, joining a biker gang and leading an LSD-fueled pilgrimage to "the West" to fight "the establishment."

7 Lives (2011)

7 Lives is a 2011 British film directed by Paul Wilkins starring Danny Dyer, Kate Ashfield and Martin Compston.

DEFCON-4 (1985)

Def-Con 4 is a 1985 Canadian post-apocalyptic film, portraying three astronauts who survive World War III aboard a space station and return to earth to find greatly changed circumstances.

Journey Among Women (1977)

Journey Among Women is a 1977 film directed by Tom Cowan.

Fall Guy (1947)

Fall Guy is a 1947 American crime film noir directed by Reginald Le Borg. The drama features Leo Penn, Robert Armstrong and Teala Loring. The film is based on Cornell Woolrich's short story, "Cocaine."

Whisky mit Wodka (2009)

An unreliable film star gets a local actor as an understudy, causing comic situations.