Polycarp (2008)

A sadist captures, tortures and murders the patients of a psychiatrist (Beverly Lynne).

Kansas Territory (1952)

A man returns to Kansas with intentions of avenging his brother's death, only to learn the man was a murderous outlaw.

The French Key (1946)

The French Key is a 1946 American mystery film directed by Walter Colmes and written by Frank Gruber. The film stars Albert Dekker, Mike Mazurki, Evelyn Ankers, John Eldredge, Frank Fenton and Selmer Jackson. The film was released on May 18, 1946, by Republic Pictures.

Vamping (1984)

As the story begins, desperate-for-cash saxophonist Harry Baranski (Patrick Duffy) decides to rob a house. There he meet its owner, Diane (Catherine Hyland) and begins a rather unusual ménage-à-trois.

The Strange Case of Dr. Manning (1957)

Morning Call (U.S. title: The Strange Case of Dr. Manning) is a 1957 British thriller film, directed by Arthur Crabtree and starring Greta Gynt and Ron Randell.

Coalition (2006)

An honest construction worker is caught between rival and corrupt factions in New York.

Dom v sugrobakh (1928)

The House in the Snow-Drifts is a 1928 Soviet drama film directed by Fridrikh Ermler. The story is set in Petrograd in 1919 and follows an unemployed musician who tries to help his sick wife.

You (2009)

You is a 2009 American drama film starring and directed by Melora Hardin (in her directorial debut). The film also stars Gildart Jackson (Hardin's husband, who also wrote the film), Brenda Strong, Joely Fisher, Allison Mack, Amy Pietz, Jerry Hardin, and Don Michael Paul.

The Silence (2006)

The Silence is an Australian television film that first aired on ABC on 2 April 2006.

On the Way to School (2008)

On the Way to School (Turkish: İki Dil Bir Bavul) is a 2008 Turkish documentary film directed by Orhan Eskiköy and Özgür Doğan. It has attracted 78,000 people in eight weeks, an impressive showing for a documentary. The film is an openhearted account of a young Turkish teacher during a school year in a Kurdish village in southeastern Turkey.

Life Is Peachy (2010)

Ashamed, also known under the international title Life Is Peachy, is a South Korean queer film written and directed by Kim Soo-hyeon. This is Kim's second feature film after 2004's So Cute. Ashamed was released in theaters on December 8, 2011, but had already been making the rounds on the festival circuit. The film had its world premiere in the New Currents section at the 15th Busan International Film Festival and screened in the Panorama section at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival.

Beirut: The Last Home Movie (1987)

Beirut: The Last Home Movie is a 1987 documentary film directed by Jennifer Fox. It follows the life of Gaby Bustros and her family, who live in a 200-year-old mansion in Beirut during the Lebanese Civil War. The Bustros family, one of the noble families of Beirut, remain in their ancestral home despite the endless war that surrounds them.

Habeas Corpus (1928)

Habeas Corpus is a 1928 short comedy silent film starring Laurel and Hardy as grave-robbers hired by a mad scientist. It was shot in July 1928 and released by M-G-M on December 1. Although technically a silent film—having intertitles and no synchronized dialogue—it was the inaugural Roach film released with a synchronized music and sounds effects track for theatres wired for sound. The Victor sound discs were long thought lost until a lone set surfaced in the 1990s and was reunited with the film elements.

Maniacts (2001)

Lovestruck serial killers (Jeff Fahey, Kellie Waymire) continue their deadly habits after escaping from an insane asylum.

Cool Air (2006)

Struggling screenwriter Charlie Baxter sets out to write his long-blocked "great American screenplay" when he suffers a heart attack and his mysterious upstairs neighbor Doctor Shockner comes to his rescue. The doctor persuades Baxter to stay until he recovers fully, and introduces him to a nightmarish world of insane experiments and murder. Baxter knows something must be done to stop the evil that resides in the room at the top of the stairs.

The Hammer (2010)

The Hammer, previously titled Hamill, is a 2010 biographical film about Matt Hamill, a deaf wrestler and mixed martial artist. Oren Kaplan directs the film based on a screenplay co-written by Eben Kostbar and Joseph McKelheer, who are also the film's producers. Russell Harvard, a deaf actor, plays Hamill in the film. The Hammer screened at several film festivals throughout 2010 and 2011. The film was released in theaters on October 27, 2011.

The Search For Simon (2013)

David continues his 30-year search for his younger brother, Simon.

The Facility (2012)

In a remote medical facility, seven strangers participate in a medical trial for a new drug. As it courses through their systems, unexpected side effects cause several of the patients to go into a murderous rage.

Three of a Kind (1936)

Three of a Kind is a 1936 American film directed by Phil Rosen. It was made by Invincible Pictures Corporation which was later absorbed into Republic Pictures.

Everything Went Down (2013)

Shut off from the world, a widowed young professor bonds with a struggling musician.

That's It (2009)

Apenas o Fim is a 2008 Brazilian comedy-romance film directed by Matheus Souza, his directorial debut, and starring Gregório Duvivier, Érika Mader, Nathalia Dill and Marcelo Adnet. The film is the result of a project by students of the film school of PUC-Rio, and it was all filmed at the university, with the support of the Department of Social Communication.

The Guide (2011)

An architecture guide (Mihalis Oikonomou) in Athens is conflicted when he meets an old flame (Katerina Mavrogiorgi) and begins losing interest in his career choice.

Turtle Hill, Brooklyn (2013)

TURTLE HILL, BROOKLYN is a funny, sincere, slice of life about a couple just trying to figure it out.

The Source Family (2011)

The Source Family is a 2012 feature documentary film directed by Jodi Wille and Maria Demopoulos that recounts the story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13 and the Source Family. The film premiered in competition at South by Southwest Film Festival 2012 and screened at festivals Silverdocs, Seattle International Film Festival and San Francisco International Film Festival, with special screenings at True/False Festival "Boonedawdle" and Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival "Doc Soup" series. In May 2013, the film was released theatrically, premiering at IFC Center in New York City, where its run was extended for over a month. The film screened in 60 cities and had extended runs in Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, and Nashville. It is distributed by Drag City and Gravitas Ventures. From the Internet Movie Database: The Source Family was a radical experiment in '70s utopian living. Their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women made them the darlings of Hollywood’s Sunset Strip; but their outsider ideals and the unconventional behavior of their spiritual leader, Father Yod, caused controversy with local authorities. They fled to Hawaii, leading to their dramatic demise. Years later, former family members surface and the rock band reforms, revealing how their time with Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source Family provides a view of the group through their own archival photos, home movies, audio recordings, and contemporary interviews with members of the family. Serving as a highly personal, insider’s guide to the counter-culture movement of the early 70s, the film is inspired by the cult-classic book The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family (Process Media) which was written by Isis Aquarian and Electricity Aquarian and edited by director Jodi Wille. The documentary features music exclusively by Yo Ha Wa, the band composed of members of the Source Family and Father Yod as lead singer

The Brazen Bull (2010)

The Brazen Bull is an 2011 American thriller/horror released on July 13, 2011. It was written, directed, and produced by Douglas Elford-Argent. It stars Jennifer Tisdale as the main role and Michael Madsen as the killer. It was released on DVD on September 2, 2011.

Damned By Dawn (2009)

Damned by Dawn is a 2009 Australian independent horror film written and directed by Brett Anstey, starring Renee Willner, Bridget Neval, Dawn Klingberg, Danny Alder, Peter Stratford, Taryn Eva and Mark Taylor. It was released in United States on Blu-ray and DVD by Image Entertainment on 9 November 2010.

Honeymoon (2006)

While her husband is away on business, a woman must find her runaway stepson on her own.

Dynamite Canyon (1941)

A U.S. Ranger, disguised as a desperado, joins a gang of outlaws responsible for the murder of a rancher.

Violence (1947)

Violence is a 1947 American drama film noir directed by Jack Bernhard. The drama features Nancy Coleman, Michael O'Shea and Sheldon Leonard.

Free Ride (1986)

Free Ride is a 1986 comedy film by Moustapha Akkad. Cast includes Mamie Van Doren, Peter DeLuise, Frank Campanella, and Sasha Jenson. Seen on USA Up All Night.

Innocence (2011)

Innocence (Czech: Nevinnost) is a 2011 Czech drama film directed by Jan Hřebejk. Along with "Kawasaki's Rose" and "Honeymoon", Innocence is part of Hrebejk's loose trilogy of films in which shadows from the past already came to haunt the present of its characters.

Whatever Will Be, Will Be (1995)

Whatever Will Be, Will Be is a 1995 Hong Kong Musical & drama film directed by Jacob Cheung and starring Aaron Kwok and Kelly Chen, the latter in her debut film role.

Quartier lointain (2010)

A Distant Neighborhood (French: Quartier lointain) is a 2010 Belgian drama film based on the eponymous manga by Jiro Taniguchi.

Kobieta samotna (1981)

A Lonely Woman (Polish: Kobieta samotna) is a 1981 Polish drama film directed by Agnieszka Holland. The film is a political drama about middle-aged Irena (played by Maria Chwalibóg) who lives alone on the outskirts of Wrocław. Because of the film's social criticism it was banned in Poland and did not have a public release for six years.

To the Shores of Tripoli (1942)

To the Shores of Tripoli is a 1942 American Technicolor film starring John Payne, Maureen O'Hara and Randolph Scott. The film was directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck.

Northwest Territory (1951)

Northwest Territory is a 1951 American Northern film directed by Frank McDonald and starring Kirby Grant, Gloria Saunders and Warren Douglas. The film is part of the series of ten films featuring Kirby Grant as a Canadian Mountie.

Reconvergence (2012)

Reconvergence is a 2012 documentary film directed by Edward Tyndall featuring the lives and views of four characters: naturalist Eustace Conway, scientist Preston Estep, historian Waite Rawls, and poet Caleb Whitaker. The film features a wide exploration of their views on history, memory, consciousness, and the changes wrought by technologies. The film screened at various American film festivals and was distributed by Mobius Films.

Two Plus Fours (1930)

Two Plus Fours is a 1930 American short film featuring the Rhythm Boys (Bing Crosby, Al Rinker and Harry Barris) and directed by Ray McCarey.

Apocalypse Rising (2008)

Six students must prevent a fallen angel from creating a race of Nephilim and using them to destroy the Earth.

The Dirt Bike Kid (1985)

Available for the first time on DVD and Blu-ray, this film stars 14-year-old Jack (Peter Billingsley, A Christmas Story) whose primary resource to save his friend's hotdog stand is a motorbike that does everything except speak French.

Creatures of Destiny (2012)

Restless gods descend to Earth to mingle again with the amusing mortals.

A Nanny for Christmas (2010)

A Nanny for Christmas is a 2010 comedy film, directed by Michael Feifer with a screenplay by Michael Ciminera and Richard Gnolfo. Starring Emmanuelle Vaugier, Dean Cain, Richard Ruccolo, Cynthia Gibb, and Sierra McCormick, the film was released November 23, 2010.

Desperately Seeking Paul McCartney (2008)

Forty years after meeting Paul McCartney, Ruth Anson tries to track down the former Beatle to find out if his offhand marriage proposal to her was real.

Wake up and Die (2011)

A woman killed by a mysterious man is trapped in a nightmare in which she relives her murder again and again.

His Excellency (1952)

His Excellency is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Robert Hamer and starring Eric Portman, Cecil Parker, Helen Cherry. It follows a blunt Yorkshireman and former trade union leader, who is sent to take over as Governor of a British-ruled island in the Mediterranean. The play was also filmed for Australian television in 1958.

Ginger and Cinnamon (2003)

Ginger and Cinnamon or Dillo con parole mie is a 2003 Italian comedy film directed by Daniele Luchetti. It was filmed in Greece, on the Ios Island.

You Can't Fool Your Wife (1940)

You Can't Fool Your Wife is a 1940 American comedy film directed by Ray McCarey and written by Jerome Cady. The film stars Lucille Ball, James Ellison, Robert Coote, Virginia Vale, Emma Dunn and Elaine Shepard. The film was released on May 21, 1940, by RKO Pictures.

Sky Giant (1938)

Sky Giant, also known as Ground Crew and Northern Flight, is a 1938 drama film directed by Lew Landers. The film stars Richard Dix, Chester Morris and Joan Fontaine. The plot revolves around a love triangle with two pilots in love with the same woman.

Rodney Cecil: Psycho Hero (2011)

A drug dealer (Jordy Dickens) becomes possessed by an evil spirit and embarks on a mission of vengeance.

You Are Not I (1981)

You Are Not I is a 1981 American drama film directed by Sara Driver.

Ace Attorney (2012)

Ace Attorney is a 2012 Japanese legal comedy-drama film, directed by Takashi Miike and based on the Capcom video game Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. The film stars Hiroki Narimiya, Mirei Kiritani, and Takumi Saito. It made its premiere at the International Film Festival Rotterdam on 1 February 2012 and was released in Japanese cinemas on 11 February 2012. The US premiere was made at the Hawaii International Film Festival in April 2012. Miike has stated there are plans for an international release with both dubbing and subtitles available for each specific region.

Faces in the Fog (1944)

Faces in the Fog is a 1944 American drama film directed by John English and starring Jane Withers, Paul Kelly and Lee Patrick.

St. Louis Woman (1934)

St. Louis Woman is a 1934 American musical drama film directed by Albert Ray and starring Jeanette Loff, Johnny Mack Brown and Earle Foxe. It is also known by the alternative title of Missouri Nightingale.

Empathy (2003)

A doctor who is the subject of a documentary psychoanalyzes a young actress (Gigi Buffington).

Little Ghostly Adventures of Tofu Boy (2011)

Other yokias intimidate a yokai monster that is too timid and nonthreatening.

The Return of the Rangers (1943)

Two Texas Rangers pose as a crook and a judge as part of a plan to round up rustlers.

American Mullet (2001)

American Mullet (also known as The Mullet Chronicles) is a 2001 documentary film directed by Jennifer Arnold. The film documents the phenomenon of the mullet hairstyle and the people who wear it. Through their discussion of the mullet, the viewer comes to know the backgrounds of the people featured in the film.

The Dynamiter (2011)

A boy (William Patrick Ruffin) whose mother abandoned him ponders the meaning of family after a school counselor assigns him an essay.

A Son of the Plains (1931)

A Son of the Plains is a 1931 American western film directed by Robert N. Bradbury and starring Bob Custer, Doris Phillips and J.P. McGowan.

Guns of the Law (1944)

Guns of the Law is a 1944 American film directed by Elmer Clifton.

Yuri Gagarin Conspiracy: Fallen Idol (2009)

An investigation into who was the first man in space.

Forgiven (2011)

It’s 1878 and Jake Kincaid has just been released from prison for a crime he didn’t commit. His heart is seeking vengeance on those responsible for landing him in jail, but he’s also very interested in finding the gold he was accused of stealing. In his quest, Kincaid finds himself in the small lumber town of Fairplay, California. Here he meets an independent woman trying to do it all on her own, and a mischievous little girl with a quest of her own – finding something to fill her lonely heart. Fairplay is where Kincaid learns that love is far more powerful than hate and that redemption is more precious than gold.

Casa Manana (1951)

Casa Manana is a 1951 American musical film directed by Jean Yarbrough and written by William Raynor. The film stars Virginia Welles, Robert Clarke, Robert Karnes, Tony Roux, Carol Brewster and Paul Maxey. The film was released on June 10, 1951, by Monogram Pictures.

The Last Ten Days (1955)

The Last Ten Days (German: Der letzte Akt) is a 1955 Austrian-German drama film directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst.

Streets of Hope (2014)

Finding Hope Now is a 2010 Gang/Crime film starring Stelio Savante, Michael Badalucco, Avan Jogia, Rolando Monge and Nick Rey Angelus. The film was shot in Fresno, California, principal photography wrapping in June 2009. It is based on Roger Minassian's 2003 book Gangs to Jobs.

Complex World (1991)

Terrorists and bikers target a hapless guy's (Dan Welch) rock club on the same night, for different reasons.

A Girl, Three Guys, and a Gun (2001)

A Girl, Three Guys, and a Gun (a.k.a. A Girl, 3 Guys and a Gun) is a 2001 romantic comedy film from writer-director Brent Florence, who also stars in the picture. It is a low budget independent film with a cast consisting primarily of unknown actors, supported by 1940's film star June Allyson in her final role.

Flaming Ears (1992)

A comic strip artist tries to find out who burned down the offices of her printer.

Agente XU 777 (1963)

Immediate Delivery (Spanish: Entrega inmediata), originally known as Agente XU 777 (English: Agent XU 777) is a 1963 Mexican comedy film directed by Miguel M. Delgado and starring Cantinflas, Gina Romand, Claudio Brook and Fanny Cano. In the film, Cantinflas plays a simple mailman forced to become an international spy. It was the last black and white film made by Cantinflas, although he had already made six color films at the time.

Case 33: Antwerp (1964)

The Antwerp police enlist the talents of a British detective when they attempt to solve a rash of grisly murders.

A Matter of Justice (2008)

A man's daughter goes missing after a paroled child-killer moves back to the community.

Wolves (1999)

Wolves is a documentary short film produced for IMAX and released in 1999. The film documents the re-introduction of a pack of wolves to a remote region of Idaho. It was narrated by The Band's Robbie Robertson.

Without You I'm Nothing (2008)

A father and son meet at a cabin to make a new start after an eight-year separation.

Playing House (2010)

Playing House is a 2011 American direct-to-video thriller film directed by Tom Vaughan starring Shelley Calene-Black, Alex Dorman and Mari E. Ferguson in lead roles.

Chance Meeting (1959)

Blind Date (U.S. title: Chance Meeting) is a 1959 British murder mystery film. A police inspector investigates a woman's death, with her lover being the prime suspect. Ben Barzman and Millard Lampell were nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best British Screenplay. The film was one of Stanley Baker's favourites.

The Serpent of Death (1990)

An archaeologist (Jeff Fahey) and an innocent beauty (Camilla More) race villains to the treasures of Alexander the Great.

Heroes Die Young (1960)

Based on the true story of the female Romanian resistance fighter who helped Allied forces destroy a Nazi oil field.

Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare (1987)

Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare (also known as The Edge of Hell) is a 1987 direct-to-video Canadian comedy horror film directed by John Fasano, and stars heavy metal musician Jon Mikl Thor, Jillian Peri, and Teresa Simpson. The film's soundtrack was released to CD in 2006. Allmusic gave it a favorable review, writing that "if you are looking for one of the most outrageously bad exploitation/horror movie soundtracks, get your hands on this one pronto."

Shanghai (2012)

Shanghai is a 2012 Indian political thriller film co written, co produced and directed by Dibakar Banerjee, starring Abhay Deol, Emraan Hashmi, Kalki Koechlin, Prosenjit Chatterjee, and based on the Greek novel "Z" by Vassilis Vassilikos. On 6 June 2012, the high court refused stay on the release of the film. It received critical acclaim upon its release on 8 June 2012.

Rubber Tires (1927)

Rubber Tires – called Ten Thousand Reward in the UK – is a 1927 silent film comedy adventure directed by Alan Hale, Sr. and produced by Cecil B. DeMille through his DeMille Pictures Corporation. The film was distributed by PDC (Producers Distributing Corporation). It stars Bessie Love, May Robson, and Harrison Ford. The film survives in 16 mm format and has been released on home video.

Parnell (1937)

Parnell is a 1937 biographical film produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer starring Clark Gable as Charles Stewart Parnell, the famous Irish politician. It is considered Gable's worst film, and is classified in The Fifty Worst Films of All Time.

15 (2003)

15 is a 2003 Singaporean coming-of-age black comedy-drama film about teenage gangsters in the Singapore suburbs. Directed by Royston Tan, the film is an expanded version of Tan's 2002 award-winning short film, also titled 15. It is one of the few Singaporean films to feature brief full-frontal male nudity, together with the Singaporean-Thai film Pleasure Factory and the Singaporean-Hong Kong film Bugis Street.

Virgin Margarida (2012)

Women endure re-education camps in Mozambique.

Scream Bloody Murder (2003)

A ruthless killer terrorizes female high-school students after their van breaks down on the way to a dance.

Mommy's Little Monster (2012)

A serial killer wrestles with his murderous impulses while a traumatized child experiences a psychotic break.

Secret Evidence (1941)

Secret Evidence is a 1941 American drama film. Directed by William Nigh, the film stars Marjorie Reynolds, Charles Quigley, and Ward McTaggart. It was released on January 31, 1941.

Girlfriend (2004)

Girlfriend is an Indian Hindi film released on 11 June 2004. The film was written and directed by Karan Razdan and produced by Pammi Baweja. It focuses on Tanya's (Isha Koppikar) obsessive relationship with Sapna (Amrita Arora), especially after Sapna starts dating Rahul (Aashish Chaudhary).

Avtaar (1983)

Avtaar is a 1983 drama film starring Rajesh Khanna and Shabana Azmi. It was directed by Mohan Kumar, and the music was by Laxmikant Pyarelal. Avtaar was a commercial hit, and was critically acclaimed. The film earned several Filmfare award nominations. Rajesh Khanna achieved success with Amardeep and Prem Bandhan onwards, but this was Rajesh Khanna's biggest film in terms of box office collections since 1973. However, Rajesh Khanna lost the Best Actor award to Naseeruddin Shah for Masoom. In 1986, Mohan Kumar made Amrit with Rajesh Khanna in the lead as an old man, but with a different story line. Rajesh Khanna received an All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award for his performance in this film in 1983.

Haunting Of Winchester House (2009)

Haunting of Winchester House is a 2009 supernatural horror film produced by The Asylum.

Subprime (2010)

A bad economy forces a college student (Aaron Miller) to live with his relatives in one house.

Bad Faith (2010)

Mona finds the victim of a serial killer, and the experience triggers something with her. As her fascination turns into an obsession, she decides to track the killer down on her own.

Karam (2005)

Karam is a 2005 Indian action thriller film directed by cinematographer Sanjay F. Gupta who made his directorial debut with this film. It stars John Abraham and Priyanka Chopra in the lead roles. Based on a true story, the film follows a traumatized hitman who decides to quit his job but is forced to return when his wife gets kidnapped by his former boss who wants him to do one last job.

Romantic Island (2008)

Romantic Island is a 2008 South Korean romantic comedy film set in Boracay, Philippines.

Documenting the Grey Man (2011)

Police officers are called to a home on Pawley's Island, S.C., and discover documentary film equipment throughout the house and that five members of a ghost-hunting expedition are missing.

A Swedish Love Story (1970)

A Swedish Love Story (Swedish: En kärlekshistoria) is a 1970 Swedish romantic drama directed by Roy Andersson, starring Ann-Sofie Kylin and Rolf Sohlman as two teenagers falling in love. Inspired by the Czechoslovak New Wave, the film was Andersson's feature film debut and was successful in Sweden and abroad.

Alibi (1942)

Alibi is a 1942 British mystery film directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring Margaret Lockwood, James Mason and Hugh Sinclair. It was based on the novel L'Alibi by Marcel Achard.

Spirit of Youth (1938)

Spirit of Youth is a 1938 boxing film starring then-heavyweight world champion Joe Louis in a story with similarities to his own real life. (According to IMDb, the Spanish title is La vida de Joe Louis, which translates to The Life of Joe Louis.) A rising boxer is led astray by a woman.

Moomins and the Comet Chase (2010)

Moomins and the Comet Chase is a 2010 3D stop motion animated fantasy adventure comedy family film compiled from the Comet in Moominland-based episodes of the 1977–1982 The Moomins TV series animated at Se-ma-for in Poland, restored and re-soundtracked with multiple voice actors replacing the single narrator. It is the second such Moomin film produced by Finnish children's film company Filmkompaniet, the first being Moomin and Midsummer Madness, and the first one converted to stereoscopic 3-D. A similar revision of the remainder of the series for high-definition television of all 78 episodes will follow and is currently in production. The same novel has been adapted into film at least twice before, with the 1978 Russian stop motion serial Mumi-troll and the 1992 Japanese traditional animation feature Comet in Moominland. International version of the film features the voices of known Swedish actors like Stellan Skarsgård, Peter Stormare, Alexander Skarsgård. Musician and Moomins fan Björk also wrote an original song for the film. The international debut was at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2010. In Finland, it arrived in movie theaters on 6 August 2010 and will later be broadcast on the MTV3 channel. The film will also be produced in dozens of other languages and will subsequently receive global distribution.

Fudoh: The New Generation (1996)

Fudoh: The New Generation is a 1996 Japanese movie directed by Takashi Miike. It is based on an unfinished manga series by Hitoshi Tanimura. Two sequels followed, neither of which was directed by Miike.

Stronghold (1951)

Stronghold is a 1951 American-Mexican historical film directed by Steve Sekely and starring Veronica Lake, Zachary Scott and Arturo de Córdova. A separate Spanish version Red Fury was also made.