Late Afternoon (2017)

An elderly woman drifts back through her memories.

Cellar Door (2018)

A woman searches for her son while in the grip of the church.

The Dolemite Explosion (2002)

Dolemite is back from Africa with an all-girl kung-fu army.

Into The Sun (1992)

Into the Sun is a 1992 action comedy film starring Michael Paré and Anthony Michael Hall. Most of its aerial footage are taken from Iron Eagle movie stock (hence its Israeli Air Force camouflage, but USAF roundel).

BreadCrumbs (2011)

Jacques Leonard, el payo Chac (2011)

High Tech Soul: The Creation Of Techno Music (2006)

Theo Against the Rest of the World (1980)

Lucky Trouble (2011)

Lucky Trouble Russian: Выкрутасы, translit. Vykrutasy is a 2011 Russian comedy film, directorial debut of Levan Gabriadze. The premiere took place on 17 February 2011. The film as of May 1, 2011 has grossed 12.86 million dollars.

LA Ligne De Partage Des Eaux (2014)

P.O.E. Poetry of Eerie (2011)

Le Village Des Ombres (2010)

Faccio Un Salto All'avana (2011)

88 - Pilgern auf Japanisch (2008)

Marking Time (2003)

Marking Time was an Australian television mini-series, consisting of four one-hour episodes. It first aired on 9 and 10 November 2003 on ABC-TV. Directed by Cherie Nowlan and written by John Doyle, it was the first mainstream television/film project to address the issue of the Australian government's refugee policy, a topic it approaches by chronicling the emotional journey of one young man during his year off after graduation, in his fictional rural home-town of Brackley, Australia.

Diamantenhochzeit (2010)

A Man with Warranty (2012)

Odin (1985)

Odin: Photon Sailer Starlight , also known as Odin: Starlight Mutiny, is a 1985 Japanese anime film produced by Yoshinobu Nishizaki's West Cape Corporation which was previously known for Space Battleship Yamato. It was directed by Toshio Masuda with a music score by Hiroshi Miyagawa, both of whom worked on the Yamato series.

I Bambini Sanno (2015)

Wild Child 2 (1994)

WTF (2006)

A tus espaldas (2011)

Behind You (Spanish: A tus espaldas) is a 2011 Ecuadorian drama film written and directed by Tito Jara.

Sex, Pity and Loneliness (2017)

A provocative comedy about the difficulties of living a happy relationship. A shoe theft in the ICE is the beginning of a wild kaleidoscope of relationships and interdependencies between different urban people, who are frolicking like crazy in a spider web.

Auf Der Walz (2009)

Kung-fu Master (1988)

Kung Fu Master is a 1988 French drama film directed by Agnès Varda. It was entered into the 38th Berlin International Film Festival. It was retitled as Le Petit Amour in France.

L'ultimo Crodino (2009)

Reportaje (1953)

Reportaje ("Report News") is a 1953 Mexican film. The film brought together the most important stars of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema and was held for charitable purposes for the A.N.D.A (Asociación Nacional de Actores) of México. The film is divided in 6 chapters around a principal storyline. Was released in a special presentation in the 1954 Cannes Film Festival.

Once Upon a Time at Christmas (2017)

In the twelve days leading up to Christmas, the residents of the snowy and isolated town of Woodridge are being murdered in a variety of gruesome ways by a psychotic Santa and Mrs Claus. While the small-town cops scramble to protect the townsfolk, the killings seem to center around one young woman who may be the final victim on Santa's list. As the slaughter continues and the bodies pile up, it seems that nothing may be able to stop the murderers before they complete their own deadly take on the twelve days of Christmas.

1/2 Man (1986)

Halber Mensch (also known as 1/2 Mensch) is a 1986 film by Japanese director Sogo Ishii with German band Einstürzende Neubauten. It was originally released on VHS, and re-released on DVD in 2005. The film's title comes from the album of the same name. The one-hour film documents Einstürzende Neubauten's visit to Japan in 1985. It includes concert footage along with scenes of the band performing in an industrial building. Several songs from the "Halber Mensch" album are presented as music videos, some with accompanying Butoh dancers. According to DVDManiacs, the DVD was originally mastered from a VHS tape, and the quality is therefore not as high as a usual DVD. The band, due to disputes with the manager of the label involved, have since released a remastered DVD on their own label.

Villaviciosa De Al Lado (2016)

Villaviciosa de al Lado is a 2016 Spanish comedy film written and directed by Nacho G. Velilla and starring a coral cast including Carmen Machi, Arturo Valls, Belén Cuesta and Macarena García.

Don't Fool Yourself Dear (1937)

No te engañes corazón (released in English as Don't Fool Yourself Dear) is the first full-feature film of Cantinflas after becoming a star of the carpa circuit (folk theater). It was also one of the earliest films of Sara García and Carlos Orellana and the first where they share the screen. This film was released in DVD format on October 26, 2004.

Martha Argerich, Evening Talks (2003)

Martha Argerich has long been hailed as one of the greatest and most uniquely imaginative pianists. She is most admired for the pure joy of her music-making and her individual approach to each work, each situation and each audience. A wild child and a rebel at heart, this legendary Argentinean musician has often been surrounded by an aura of mystery during her long career. The "evening talks", a film by Georges Gachot, a French film maker specialised in classical music documentaries, lifts a corner of the veil: Martha Argerich shares with us her memories, confides in us her doubts, and transmits to us her incredible appetite for music-making.

The 3rd Eye 2 (2019)

Working in an orphanage, Alia meets teen Nadia, who says she hears a strange voice in the walls. When they try to find the source, things go very wrong.

Mommo (2009)

Mommo the Bogeyman is a 2009 Turkish drama film, written, produced and directed by Atalay Taşdiken, about two young siblings who find refuge with their grandfather after their mother dies and their father’s new wife rejects them. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on April 17, 2009, won the Audience Award at the Würzburg International Filmweekend and was nominated in several categories at the 3rd Yeşilçam Awards.

Niente Paura (2010)

Permissive (1970)

A gritty artifact from Britain's 1970s counter-culture, PERMISSIVE is a tragically moving account of a young woman's initiation into the world of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. Suzy (Maggie Stride) arrives in London without a penny, to visit her school friend Fiona (Gay Singleton). Fiona soon introduces Suzy to the life of a groupie, filled with short-lived highs and lingering, jealousy-fueled lows. After a series of indolent affairs, Suzy gets dumped for a band's tour, and has to fend for herself on the streets. Shot on authentically seedy locations, with a psychedelic soundtrack provided by cult rockers Comus and Forever More, PERMISSIVE is a powerful, de-mythologized look at the end of hippie-dom.

Barbra: The Music... The Mem'ries... The Magic! (2017)

Iconic songstress Barbra Streisand culminates her 13-city tour in Miami with dazzling ballads, Broadway standards and stories from behind the scenes.

Charleys Tante (1976)

Charley's Aunt (German: Charleys Tante) is a 1956 West German comedy film directed by Hans Quest and starring Heinz Rühmann, Hertha Feiler and Claus Biederstaedt. It is an adaptation of the British play Charley's Aunt by Brandon Thomas.

El Mar Muerto (2013)

Jungle Girl (1941)

Jungle Girl is a 1941 15-chapter Republic Pictures serial starring Frances Gifford. It was directed by William Witney and John English based on the novel Jungle Girl (1932) by Edgar Rice Burroughs. It was the 22nd of the 66 serials produced by Republic.

Someone to Run With (2006)

Someone to Run With (Mishehu Larutz Ito) is a 2006 Israeli drama thriller movie directed by Oded Davidoff based on David Grossman's novel of the same name. The movie stars Bar Belfer, Yonatan Bar-Or and Tzahi Grad in the lead roles. The movie is about two individuals who are on different missions and how their paths cross. Bar Belfer's performance won her the Special Grand Jury Award in the World Cinema Competition at the 31st Miami International Film Festival.

National Theatre Live: Of Mice and Men (2014)

Greasy Rider (2006)

Angel In Training (1999)

Nous nous marierons (2017)

Tender Son: The Frankenstein Project (2010)

Tender Son: The Frankenstein Project is a 2010 Hungarian film written and directed by Kornél Mundruczó, developed from his own theatrical play and loosely based on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The film was screened in the main competition at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, where it was poorly received by critics.

Glenn Beck: Unelectable (2008)

Newland (1994)

Mann v. Ford (2011)

One Direction: Where We Are - The Concert (2014)

One Direction: Where We Are – The Concert Film, is the second concert film by English-Irish boy band One Direction and the sequel to One Direction: This Is Us. The film takes place during the 28 and 29 June 2014 shows of the band's Where We Are Tour at San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy. It contains a 15-minute interview with the band with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.

Ring of Fire (1991)

Ring of Fire is a 1991 documentary film in IMAX format. It looks at some of the varieties of volcanism and earthquake activity in the Ring of Fire, around the Pacific Rim. The film runs 40 minutes. The film was jointly presented by the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History in Fort Worth, Texas, the Science Museum of Minnesota in Saint Paul, Minnesota, and the Reuben H. Fleet Space Theater and Science Center in San Diego, California. The film has eight main segments, corresponding to chapters in the DVD release: 1. Ring of Fire: an overview of the region using wireframe computer animation, and including footage of Hawaiian lava flows as an illustration of how early Earth might have looked. Footage of a new volcano in Chile is also shown. 2. The San Francisco Quake of '89: looks at the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake in San Francisco, California and its aftermath, including IMAX footage of the rescheduled game of the 1989 World Series, ten days after the quake. 3. Mount Saint Helens: includes IMAX footage from about 10 years after the 1980 eruption, and the famous time sequence of the eruption taken at the time. 4. Floating on Hot Liquid: looks at the geology of volcanism, again using wireframe computer animation to illustrate plate movement and magma flow up through the crust. 5. Learning to Live With a Volcano: life in Sakurajima, an island in Japan where eruptions are almost constant and evacuation drills are an annual event; sulfur mining at Kawah Ijen 6. Buddhas Keep Watch: Using the temple of Borobudur and the Balinese Kecak dance as a frame, shows how Indonesians live with the simultaneous threat and fertility provided by their volcanoes. 7. The Center of the Ring: Looks at volcanism on Hawaii, especially Kilauea and Mauna Loa, Footage includes roads, houses and cars destroyed by advancing lava, and underwater lava flows. 8. End Credits Ring of Fire was released as a VHS video in 1995, and as a DVD in 1997 (rereleased in 2006). It was released on Blu-ray on July 12, 2011, and is also available in HD from the iTunes Store.

Trade Off (1995)

A downtrodden man is beguiled by an enticing woman into a deceptive web of sex and murder.

The Mountain (2011)

Bert Kreischer: Secret Time (2018)

Shirtless comic Bert Kreischer relays personal secrets and stories about being a cool -- if not always responsible -- dad in this stand-up special.

Trans Bavaria (2012)

Une semaine sur deux (2009)

Curse of the Doll People (1961)

The Curse of the Doll People, or The Devil Doll Men, is a 1961 Mexican horror film directed by Benito Alazraki. It was produced by Cinematográfica Calderón S.A. The screenplay by Alfredo Salazar is an uncredited adaptation of the novel Burn Witch Burn! by A. Merritt.

Niente Puo Fermarci (2013)

How To Be A Woman And Not Die In The Attempt (1991)

China O'brien (1990)

China O'Brien is a 1990 martial arts film produced by Golden Harvest studios and starring actress and martial artist Cynthia Rothrock with co-stars Richard Norton and Keith Cooke. The film was directed by Robert Clouse, the fight choreography was by Nijel Binns, and it was executive produced by Raymond Chow. Rothrock plays a former cop who runs for sheriff after her father, the previous sheriff, is killed.

Amis Publics (2016)

Amis publics is a 2016 French comedy film directed by Edouard Pluvieux.

Jacob: The Man Who Fought with God (1977)

A Family Is a Family Is a Family: A Rosie O'Donnell Celebration (2010)

Louise's Diary (2010)

Treasure Hunt (1994)

Treasure Hunt is a 1994 Hong Kong action comedy and romantic fantasy film written and directed by Jeffrey Lau and starring Chow Yun-fat and Jacklyn Wu.

The Congregation (2014)

Catacombe (2018)

Catacombe is a 2018 Dutch drama film directed by Victor D. Ponten. In July 2018, it was one of nine films shortlisted to be the Dutch entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 91st Academy Awards, but it was not selected.

Jill The Ripper (2000)

Jill Rips is a 2000 film directed by Anthony Hickox starring Dolph Lundgren, based on a 1987 novel by Scottish writer Frederic Lindsay. The film is also known as Jill the Ripper and Tied Up.

A Love to Hide (2005)

A Love to Hide is a French film made for television, directed by Christian Faure, which aired in 2005. It is loosely based on the book Moi, Pierre Seel, déporté homosexuel by Pierre Seel.

Wochenendkrieger (2013)

Seven Souls in the Skull Castle (2013)

Pride of Lions (2014)

The Dependables (previously known as Pride of Lions) is a 2014 straight-to-DVD family action film directed by Sidney J. Furie.

What Is Left? (2014)

Gangster Payday (2014)

Gangster Payday (大茶飯) is a 2014 Hong Kong action comedy drama film directed by Lee Po-cheung. It was the closing film at the 19th Busan International Film Festival. It was released on 6 November.

Dorfpunks (2009)

The Talking Parcel (1978)

The Talking Parcel (also published as The Battle for Castle Cockatrice) is a 1974 book by Gerald Durrell in which children are transported to the fantasy land of Mythologia to save it from cockatrices. They are aided by a talking parrot and encounter many other magical creatures, including a mooncalf.

On the Beach (2012)

On the Beach is a 2000 apocalyptic made-for-television film directed by Russell Mulcahy and starring Armand Assante, Bryan Brown, and Rachel Ward. It was originally aired on Showtime.

Chez Gino (2011)

From War to Wisdom (2017)

Veterans of the most decorated Battalion in Marine Corps history, Fox 2/5, discuss the psychological injuries of war—and the unexpected trauma of returning to civilian life after the accolades of their successful battles have ended. But even in their most challenging, darkest moments, our nation’s veterans can learn to connect with each other, find ways to serve their fellow veterans on the home front, and make it their new mission to change the world for the better.

Queen: A Night in Bohemia (2016)

The Man with Thousand Faces (2016)

The story of a man who fooled an entire country.

Giovanni Segantini: Magie Des Lichts (2015)

Stripped To Kill 2 (1989)

Stripped to Kill II: Live Girls is a 1989 American film directed by Katt Shea and starring Maria Ford. It is a sequel to Stripped to Kill (1987). The film was made after Dance of the Damned. It had finished filming on Saturday and Roger Corman called and asked Shea if she could come up with a movie by Monday because he still had the strip joint set for a few more days. Shea and her crew went in on Monday and shot topless dancing footage for five days. She and partner Andy Ruben then took three weeks off to write a film about it.Writer-director Katt Shea later admitted: I didn’t have a script. I was almost shooting it and making it up as I went along. So when people tell me they love that movie so much I just kind of go ‘why?’ I didn’t know what I was doing! I was flying by the seat of my pants completely! And it just amazes me because these other scripts that I've worked so hard on, I expect people to like them but STRIPPED TO KILL 2, I was writing it as I went, honestly.

The Glamorous Life Of Sachiko Hanai (2003)

The Glamorous Life of Sachiko Hanai (2003) was introduced as a pink film, with the title Horny Home Tutor: Teacher's Love Juice but it developed into a cult hit and the producers allowed director Mitsuru Meike to expand it into its present form. In 2007 the film was featured at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.

The Divine Garbo (1990)

Lolita 2000 (1998)

Femalien (1996)

Dead End (2014)

Female Animal (1970)

Ron White: If You Quit Listening, I'll Shut Up (2018)

Ron 'Tater Salad' White dishes out his signature brand of cynicism, riffing on sex, celebrity and the sinister habits of wild geese.

Dungeon Of Desire (1999)

Exotic Time Machine (1998)

Animal Attraction 3 (2001)

The Blazing World (2018)

Obsession (2018)

Bambi Meets Godzilla (1969)

Bambi Meets Godzilla (1969) is a cartoon created entirely by Marv Newland. Less than two minutes long, the film is a classic of animation—#38 in the book The 50 Greatest Cartoons (1994).

The Old Mill Pond (1936)

The Old Mill Pond is a 1936 American animated short film that was nominated at the 1936 Academy Awards for Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film but lost to The Country Cousin.

Williamsburg, Brooklyn (2003)

Extraterrestrial (2007)

Master Cats (1971)