Los Hámsters (2014)

Members (Angel Norzagaray, Gisela Madrigal, Hoze Melndez) of a family try to hide secrets from each other.

There Is a Secret in My Soup (2001)

There is a Secret in my Soup is a 2001 Hong Kong horror film directed by Yeung Chi Kin and based on the Hello Kitty murder.

Shadows From My Past (2014)

Gita Kaufman returns to Austria after 50 years to search for her past and understand the country of her birth.

Pray 2: The Woods (2008)

Exactly one year after his first appearance, a mysterious masked villain is on the loose and striking fear into the hearts of his targets.

Public Jitterbug No. 1 (1939)

A government agent (Hal Le Roy) goes undercover on Broadway to locate the dancer who started the Jitterbug.

The Outlaw Tamer (1935)

The Phantom Rider (Lane Chandler) finds a dead man and hunts a killer.

Hungry (2014)

A look at the world of competitive eating includes the exploits of Takeru Kobayashi, who fights to restore his tarnished reputation following a contract dispute.

The Cowboy Millionaire (1935)

The Cowboy Millionaire is a 1935 American Western film directed by Edward F. Cline and written by George Waggner and Daniel Jarrett. The film stars George O'Brien, Evalyn Bostock, Edgar Kennedy, Maude Allen, Stephen Chase and Daniel Jarrett. The film was released on May 10, 1935, by Fox Film Corporation.

Emilio (2014)

Emilio is a 2008 American drama film written and directed by Kim Jorgensen, starring Walter Perez, Danny Martinez, Alejandro Patino, Wendell Wright, Jesse Garcia, and Ryan McTavish. It was released theatrically in the U.S. on November 4, 2016.

In the Doghouse (1962)

In the Doghouse is a 1962 British comedy film directed by Darcy Conyers and starring Leslie Phillips and Peggy Cummins. Shot in black-and-white, the film was based on the bestselling novel It's a Vet's Life by Alex Duncan.

Easy Money (1948)

Easy Money, a satirical 1948 British film about one of the most beloved traditions of the English middle class, the football pool, is composed of four tales about the effect a major win has on four different groups in the postwar period. Written by Muriel and Sydney Box and directed by Bernard Knowles, it was released by Gainsborough Pictures.

A Complicated Story (2014)

A Complicated Story is a Hong Kong drama film directed by Kiwi Chow based on the novel of the same title by Yi Shu. The film is headlined by actors Jacky Cheung, Jacqueline Zhu, Stephanie Che and Zi Yi. The film had its world premiere at the Hong Kong International Film Festival on 26 March 2013, and was theatrically released in Hong Kong on 16 January 2014.

Pawnz (2014)

When he needs a few days to see if his cheating girlfriend is at it again, Will entrusts his pawn shop to his team of sarcastic slackers.

Tombs of the Blind Dead (1972)

Tombs of the Blind Dead is a 1972 Spanish-Portuguese horror film written and directed by Amando de Ossorio. Its original Spanish title is La noche del terror ciego (lit. English: The Night of the Blind Terror). The film was the first in Ossorio's "Blind Dead" series, spawning three official sequels: Return of the Blind Dead (1973), The Ghost Galleon (1974) and Night of the Seagulls (1975). Its success helped kickstart the Spanish horror film boom of the early 1970s.Ossorio has stated that Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer's Gothic horror legend El monte de las ánimas (1862) and George Romero's Night of the Living Dead (1968) both influenced the creation of his film.

Small Town Girl (1936)

Small Town Girl (1936) is a romantic comedy film directed by William A. Wellman and starring Janet Gaynor, Robert Taylor, and James Stewart. The supporting cast features Binnie Barnes, Andy Devine, Lewis Stone and Edgar Kennedy. Based on a novel by Ben Ames Williams, the film went through many changes before it reached the screen. The script is credited to John Lee Mahin, Edith Fitzgerald, and the husband-and-wife team of Albert Hackett and Frances Goodrich.

Dancing in the Forest (1988)

A stranded writer (Darren Dalton) lives his tale of a lumberjack (Ian Roberts), a temptress (Brumilda Rensburg), a strange old man and madness.

Jamaican Gold (1979)

The Treasure Seekers is a 1979 British-American action film directed by Henry Levin and starring Rod Taylor, Stuart Whitman and Elke Sommer. It was shot on location in Jamaica.

Window Licker (2014)

After a long-term overdose of experimental prescription drugs, an insane man gets lost in a world of video games, reality TV and sex chat rooms.

A Special Day (2012)

Un giorno speciale (also known as A Special Day) is a 2012 Italian drama film directed by Francesca Comencini. The film was selected to compete for the Golden Lion at the 69th Venice International Film Festival.

Sh'Chur (1994)

Sh'Chur is a 1994 Israeli drama film starring Gila Almagor, Ronit Elkabetz and Hanna Azoulay-Hasfari. It was written by Hanna Azoulay Hasfari and directed by her partner Shmuel Hasfari. Sh'Chur received critical acclaim and was the 1994 official Israeli submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. It was also awarded the Ophir Award for best film by the Israeli Film and Television Academy. After its release, the film garnered various discussions in the Israeli press over its representation of the Moroccan community in Israel.

Touch of Death (1988)

Touch of Death, also known as When Alice Broke the Mirror (in original Italian, Quando Alice ruppe lo specchio) is a 1988 Italian horror film directed by Lucio Fulci.

Crosstrap (1962)

Crosstrap is a 1962 British B-movie crime film starring Laurence Payne, Jill Adams and Gary Cockrell and marking the directorial debut of Robert Hartford-Davis. The screenplay was adapted from a novel by John Newton Chance and the film was reportedly unusually graphic for its time in its depiction of on-screen violence, with one reviewer describing a "climactic blood-bath where corpses bite the dust as freely as Indians in a John Ford western".

A Stray Girlfriend (2007)

Ines is left alone on a romantic holiday.

Life After Death (2014)

Kwasa and Fils struggle to find work, fall in love and deal with the wounds of their past.

Cochochi (2007)

Two young Indian brothers get the task of delivering supplies to a remote Mexican location.

The Gunman From Bodie (1941)

The Gunman from Bodie is a 1941 American Western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by Adele Buffington. The film stars Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton, Christine McIntyre, Dave O'Brien and Robert Frazer. The film was released on September 26, 1941, by Monogram Pictures.

Spoilers of the Plains (1951)

Spoilers of the Plains is a 1951 American film starring Roy Rogers.

Deadly Hands of Kung Fu (1977)

The Dragon Lives Again (Chinese: 李三腳威震地獄門, originally released as Li san jiao wei zhen di yu men and also known as Deadly Hands of Kung Fu), is a 1977 martial arts fantasy comedy in which the soul of Bruce Lee (played by Bruce Leung Siu-lung) goes to the Underworld. The deceased Lee meets a number of pop-culture icons, including Dracula, James Bond, Zatoichi, Clint Eastwood, The Godfather, The Exorcist, and even 1970s soft-porn character Emmanuelle. Lee befriends The One-Armed Swordsman, Caine from TV's Kung Fu, and Popeye. The film begins with the announcement, "This film is dedicated to millions who love Bruce Lee."

Squeezebox! (2008)

Filmmakers Steven Saporito and Zach Shaffer salute a pansexual nightclub.

Even Trade (2004)

Power and money come between childhood friends when one wants to become legitimate.

Telephone World (2013)

Rachel learns she got the lead part in a new television show.

Animated American (2008)

A toon hating corporate head meets an unemployed rabbit.

Los Lonely Boys: Cottonfields and Crossroads (2006)

Los Lonely Boys: Cottonfields and Crossroads is a documentary feature film by independent filmmaker Hector Galán. The film had its world premiere at the SXSW Film and Music Festival in Austin, Texas in the United States, in 2006. It tells the story of the music group Los Lonely Boys from San Angelo, Texas. Hector Galán started filming Los Lonely Boys in 2002 while the band was still performing in small venues in Austin and around Texas. The film tells the story of Los Lonely Boys from early childhood to the release of their album and their first Grammy win. The film focuses on Los Lonely Boys' cultural background, family, and musical influences. It follows their journey as they try to make it in the music industry. It also focuses on the Mexican American culture and history of San Angelo, Texas. The film was also shown at the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) in 2006 and at the Turks & Caicos Film and Music Festival in October 2007. It had a limited theatrical run in 2006 and 2007. It was released on DVD in February 2007 by Xenon Pictures.

Water, Wind, Dust (1989)

An Iranian boy travels through the desert to find his family.

Lights in the Dusk (2006)

Lights in the Dusk (Finnish: Laitakaupungin valot) is a 2006 Finnish comedy-drama film starring Janne Hyytiäinen, Ilkka Koivula, and Maria Järvenhelmi. Directed and written by Aki Kaurismäki, the film was presented at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. It is the last installment in Kaurismäki's "Finland" trilogy after Drifting Clouds (1996) and The Man Without a Past (2002). The film is about a security guard who is set up in a robbery by a femme fatale who exploits his gullibility and loyalty. Classical music is used as background throughout much of the film, including excerpts from the work of the famous Swedish tenor Jussi Björling. It has been argued that the film deals with the ways in which "[c]apitalism has painted the town red, just a different shade of red from its socialist connotations," as well as that "rock is so important to the director that a number of his males, including Koistinen, favor a 50s, greasy, sweptback hair style, to go along with their love of rock 'n' roll (definitely a reminder of how rock was the way to rebel in socialist countries)."

Presumed Guilty (2008)

Presumed Guilty (Spanish: Presunto Culpable) is a documentary following Antonio Zúñiga, a person whom was falsely convicted of crimes. It holds the box office record for documentary in Mexico, previously held by Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 911. According to The Economist, this is "by far the most successful documentary in Mexico's History. " The plot of the film is the attempt by two young Mexican attorneys to exonerate a wrongly convicted man by making a documentary. The film was released theatrically at about the same time the Oscar nominated films such as Black Swan and The King's Speech were being shown on cinema screens in Mexico. It surpassed both of those films at the box office. The film was televised by Televisa on Channel 2 in the fall of 2011.

Her Man Gilbey (1944)

English Without Tears is a 1944 British comedy film directed by Harold French and starring Michael Wilding, Penelope Dudley-Ward and Lilli Palmer. It was released in the U.S. under the title Her Man Gilbey, as a reference to the classic Screwball comedy, My Man Godfrey (1936).

Three Resurrected Drunkards (1968)

Three Resurrected Drunkards is a Japanese movie directed by Nagisa Oshima. It was based on the hit song "Kaette kita yopparai" by The Folk Crusaders, a folk and pop music group that also appeared in the film. It was released in March 1968.

Ashes of Eden (2014)

The troubled son of a police officer steals from a drug dealer to save his mother from a financial disaster. As he descends further into the brutal drug world, he must cope with the dealer, police and his own addictions.

Ogiwara Ikuzo, 63 years old (2012)

Chef Ogiwara, 63, sees his sushi shop fail, although a corporation offers him a lucrative job in an upscale restaurant.

The Whole Shebang (2014)

A woman returns to a hippie community after 60 years.

Supermen of Malegaon (2008)

Supermen Of Malegaon is a 2012 Hindi documentary film written and directed by Faiza Ahmad Khan. This documentary was released on 29 June 2012 in cinemas. Supermen Of Malegaon was never meant to be released as a movie and was originally made as a documentary for a Singapore TV channel. The project features Shakeel Bharati, Farogh Jafri, Akram Khan, Shafique, Nazir Shaikh.

Simple Agi Ondh Love Story (2013)

Simple Agi Ondh Love Story is a 2013 Indian Kannada romance comedy film written and directed by Suni, and stars Rakshit Shetty and Shwetha Srivatsav in the lead roles. The film was remade in Telugu in 2018 as Idi Naa Love Story starring Tarun & Oviya.

That Guy... Who Was in That Thing (2012)

That Guy... Who Was in That Thing is a 2012 documentary film by Ian Roumain and Michael Schwartz that features sixteen male character actors discussing their careers as working actors below the film star level but who are often recognized as being "that guy" who was in "that thing". Two talent agents also comment on the challenges faced by such actors. The film was produced by Roumain, Schwartz and Brian Volk-Weiss for New Wave Entertainment. Doug Shanaberger described it as a "wonderful new documentary", saying: "If you're wondering who they are, that's half the point. But you'll recognize them, and that's the other half." A sequel, That Gal...Who Was In That Thing: That Guy 2, focused on similarly lesser-known but familiar character actresses, including Catherine Hicks, Alicia Coppola and Roxanne Hart, was released on Showtime in March 2015.

Ghost Valley (1932)

Ghost Valley is a 1932 American pre-Code film starring Tom Keene. It made a profit of $20,000.

Dating a Vampire (2006)

A medical student (Alex Fong) becomes the target of sisterly vampires who live in his flat.

Loyal Heart (1947)

Loyal Heart is a 1946 British drama film directed by Oswald Mitchell and starring Percy Marmont, Harry Welchman and Patricia Marmont. The film portrays rivalry in the sheep farming community. It was made by the independent company British National Films as a supporting feature. Location filming took place in Cumberland during summer 1944 but it was a further year before the studio-shot scenes were completed. The film's sets were designed by the art director Wilfred Arnold. It was released on a double bill with the Hollywood costume film The Strange Woman.

The Owl (1991)

The Owl is a 1991 action genre television movie. The film was directed by an "Alan Smithee", and it was inspired by the 1984 novel of the same name written by Bob Forward, who also wrote the screenplay. The film starred Adrian Paul, Patricia Charbonneau, Brian Thompson and Erika Flores.

Taxidermia (2006)

Taxidermia is a 2006 Hungarian/Austrian surrealist comedy-drama horror film directed by György Pálfi. The film is a metaphorical socio-political retelling of Hungary's history from the Second World War to the present day. The story is told by means of three generations of men from Hungary, beginning with a military orderly during the Second World War, moving on to an aspiring speed-eater during the Cold War, and concluding with a taxidermist during modern times. The film has elements of dark comedy and body horror.

Shakma (1990)

Mastered in HD! A murderous baboon with Red ass escapes from a Florida laboratory and roams the research building, and begins to kill some teenagers who are also in the building playing a live-action Dungeons-and-Dragons-esque game.

Men Without Souls (1940)

Men Without Souls is a 1940 black and white crime movie, starring Barton MacLane and Glenn Ford and directed by Nick Grinde

Murder in the Night (1939)

Murder in Soho is a 1939 British crime film directed by Norman Lee and starring Jack La Rue, Sandra Storme, Googie Withers and Bernard Lee. It concerns a murder in the Central London district of Soho.The film was released in the U.S. as Murder in the Night.

The Rainmakers (1935)

The Rainmakers is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Fred Guiol from a screenplay by Grant Garrett and Leslie Goodwins, based on a story by Guiol and Albert Traynor. RKO Radio Pictures released the film on October 25, 1935, starring the comedy team of Wheeler & Woolsey (Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey) and Dorothy Lee.

Play The Game (2009)

Play the Game is a 2009 romantic comedy film starring Andy Griffith, Paul Campbell, Liz Sheridan, Doris Roberts, and Marla Sokoloff, written and directed by Marc Fienberg. This was Andy Griffith's last film credit; he died on July 3, 2012.

Smiley (1956)

Smiley tells the lively tale of an imaginative young boy who lives in the small outback town of Murrumbilla. Smiley (Colin Petersen) is the quintessential Aussie larrikin lad on a mission and nothing or nobody is going to stand in his way.

The Eagle and the Hawk (1950)

The Eagle and the Hawk is a 1950 American Technicolor Western film directed by Lewis R. Foster and written by Lewis R. Foster and Daniel Mainwaring. The film stars John Payne, Rhonda Fleming, Dennis O'Keefe, Thomas Gomez, Fred Clark and Frank Faylen. The film was released on May 30, 1950, by Paramount Pictures.

Spring in a Small Town (1948)

Spring in a Small Town is a Chinese film released in 1948 and directed by Fei Mu. The film is a black and white film and its screenwriter is Li Tianji, and was produced by the Wenhua Film Company.

Greenkeeping (1992)

Greenkeeping is a 1992 Australian film directed by David Caesar.

My Brother Has Bad Dreams (1974)

After his sister takes a lover, a distraught young man turns criminal.

Dot and Santa Claus (1981)

Around the World with Dot, also known as Dot and Santa Claus is a 1981 Australian animated film. It is a sequel to Dot and the Kangaroo.

Night Driver (2005)

Double-crossed and left for dead, a professional assassin is saved by a mysterious crime-fighting organization.

Moor (2015)

Moor is a 2015 Pakistani drama film directed, written by Jami and co-produced by Nazira Ali, Nadeem Mandviwalla and Jami under the production banner of Azad Film Company and Mandviwalla Entertainment. The film stars Hameed Sheikh in lead along with Samiya Mumtaz, Shaz Khan, Nayyar Ejaz, Ayaz Samoo and Abdul Qadir in lead roles. The film's title, Moor, is a Pashto word meaning "Mother". Moor was previously named as Morqaye. Film's story depicts the railway system of Balochistan, especially the closure of Zhob valley railways in 1984. Besides that the movie shows how families are run by the women. According to the director of the movie, the film depicts living through the problems faced by Pakistan.

The Exquisite Corpse Project (2013)

The Exquisite Corpse Project is a 2012 crossover comedy/documentary from director Ben Popik and the comedy group Olde English. In the film, Popik challenges five comedy writers to each write a fifth of a film, with the constraint that each writer can only read the previous five pages of the script before writing their section. The final film is a combination of the movie written by the writers, and a documentary about the argument-provoking writing process.

The Gravy Train (1974)

The Gravy Train, also commonly known as The Dion Brothers, is a 1974 crime-comedy film directed by Jack Starrett, written by Terrence Malick (under the pseudonym David Whitney) and Bill Kerby, and starring Stacy Keach and Frederic Forrest. Although initially overlooked by audiences and critics alike, it has in recent years developed a cult following, and has been highly praised by filmmakers such as Quentin Tarantino and David Gordon Green. The film is still relatively obscure and hard to find, as there has never been any official VHS or DVD release.

Violet's Visit (1997)

A 15-year-old runaway (Rebecca Smart) reunites with her father (Graham Harvey), who now lives with a gay lover (David Franklin).

Silent Night, Lonely Night (1969)

Silent Night, Lonely Night is a 1959 play by Robert Anderson.

Four Women (1975)

Four tales revolve around a prostitute, a virgin (Geethu Mohandas), a housewife (Manju Pillai) and an engaged woman (Nandita Das).

Visions of Sugarplums (2001)

A confused young man, just out of the proverbial gay closet, must choose between his lover of nine months and his ultra-religious parents on Christmas Eve.

Gurin with the Foxtail (1998)

A widow hires a private detective to find a tricky gnome who has a long foxtail.

The Remnant (2001)

Murder holds a small Georgia town in the grip of fear during the first summer of the new millennium.

Loving You (1995)

A Hong Kong detective (Ching Wan Lau) has a change of heart after taking a bullet in the head.

Mawaali (1983)

Mawaali is a 1983 Indian masala film, produced by G. Hanumantha Rao by Padmalaya Studios banner, presented by Krishna and directed by K. Bapaiah. The film stars Jeetendra, Sridevi, Jaya Prada in the lead roles and music composed by Bappi Lahiri. The film is a remake of Telugu movie Chuttalunnaru Jagratha (1980), starring Krishna, Sridevi, which was later remade in Tamil as Pokkiri Raja (1982) which starred Rajnikanth, Sridevi. Sridevi has replicated her role in Telugu and Tamil adapataions, while Jayaprada has reprised Sridevi's role in Hindi adaptation. Govinda starrer Hathkadi is another unofficial remake that happened in the 90s.

What Every Woman Knows (1934)

What Every Woman Knows (1934) is an American romantic comedy film directed by Gregory La Cava and starring Helen Hayes, Brian Aherne and Madge Evans. The film was produced and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and is based on the play What Every Woman Knows (1908) by J. M. Barrie. It was filmed by Paramount back in the silent era in 1921 and starred Lois Wilson. An even earlier British silent version was filmed in 1917. Hayes was familiar with the material as she had starred in a 1926 Broadway revival opposite Kenneth MacKenna.

Flood (1976)

Flood! is a 1976 American made-for-television adventure film directed by Earl Bellamy.

Stupidity (2003)

Stupidity is a 2003 Canadian satirical documentary film directed by Albert Nerenberg and produced by Shannon Brown, as the first film commissioned by the Documentary Channel. Nerenberg was also the film's executive producer. The film proposes that willful ignorance has increasingly become a strategy for success in the realms of politics and entertainment, that is, the "stupid" things that seemingly smart people do every day. The film questions "why stupidity is such a slippery concept to grasp and why so few people are talking about it." The film features songs by The Arrogant Worms and original music by The Morons.

Look Up and Laugh (1935)

Look Up and Laugh is a 1935 British comedy film directed by Basil Dean and starring Gracie Fields, Alfred Drayton and Douglas Wakefield. The film is notable for featuring an appearance by Vivien Leigh in an early supporting role.

Adam and the Devil (2007)

Adam and the Devil (Turkish: Adem'in Trenleri) is a 2007 Turkish drama film directed by Barış Pirhasan.

Mummy, I'm a Zombie (2014)

In the sequel to Daddy I’m a Zombie, all of our favorite characters are back! The fate of the planet is once again in Dixie’s hands as she must fight to end the battle that has erupted between the living and the walking dead while balancing her newfound popularity at school and a campaign for student council.

Jungle Holocaust (1977)

Ultimo mondo cannibale (1977; English: Last Cannibal World, UK theatrical title: Cannibal, also known as Jungle Holocaust) is a cannibal exploitation film directed by Ruggero Deodato, which stars Massimo Foschi, Me Me Lai and Ivan Rassimov. The screenplay was written by Tito Carpi, Gianfranco Clerici and Renzo Genta, and tells the story of a man trying to escape from a jungle island inhabited by a native cannibal tribe. The film was distributed under a confusing number of different titles, such as Cannibal! (UK title) and The Last Survivor (US title), and edits, and is available uncut on DVD from the company Media Blasters, under their "Shriek Show" label. It is the precursor to Deodato's controversial 1980 film Cannibal Holocaust, but was originally slated to be directed by Umberto Lenzi as a follow-up to his prototypical 1972 cannibal film Il paese del sesso selvaggio (Man from Deep River). While not prosecuted for obscenity, the film was seized and confiscated in the UK under Section 3 of the Obscene Publications Act 1959 during the video nasty panic.

Born to Love (1931)

Born to Love is a 1931 American pre-Code melodrama film, directed by Paul L. Stein from an original screenplay by Ernest Pascal. It starred Constance Bennett, Joel McCrea and Paul Cavanagh in a lovers' triangle set in London during World War I. It was only the second film produced by RKO Pathé after the merger of the two studios, and according to RKO records, it made a profit of $90,000.

Fairy Tale Killer (2012)

A serial killer uses fairy tales as an inspiration for creative murders.

Bad Company (2010)

Jane attempts to escape from her controlling and abusive relationship with her boyfriend. She begins a new relationship with a man she barely knows but has no idea who is watching her every move.

Grim Reaper (2007)

Grim Reaper is a 2007 slasher film directed by Michael Feifer, which stars Cherish Lee, Brent Fidler, Benjamin Pitts, and Adam Fortin as the titular character.

Gasolina (2010)

Gasolina (Gasoline) is a 2008 Guatemalan independent comedy film written and directed by Julio Hernández Cordón. The film deals with dehumanization, lack of purpose and recklessness in Guatemalan youthfulness by following the exploits of three teenage boys who go out on a midnight joyride outside their housing project, stealing gasoline from other vehicles along the way. It stars José Andrés Chamier, Carlos Dardón and Francisco Jacome.

Siquijor: Mystic Island (2007)

A huge TV network decides to bring a horror show to their primetime slot; they get in touch with the show's creator and ask him to provide an entirely new concept. He takes up the challenge to shoot in Siquijor- an island with a mystical history.

U (2006)

U is a 2006 French animated film directed by Serge Élissalde and Grégoire Solotareff. It was at the 2007 Seattle International Film Festival.

Sounds of Sand (2007)

Sounds of Sand (original title Si le vent soulève les sables, literally "If the Wind Raises the Sands") is a drama film directed by Marion Hänsel about a family in the Horn of Africa making a trek to find sufficient water during a drought. The film is a Belgium-France coproduction, released in 2006. It is based on the novel Chamelle (ISBN 2709623889) by Marc Durin-Valois.

Cannon Fodder (2013)

Doron, an Israeli security operative, takes on one last mission: go to Lebanon and capture a top member of the Hezbollah terrorist organization. Joined by an elite force, Doron soon discovers that there is a far greater threat at hand than Hezbollah – the dead are rising. After the horrifying Battle of the Undead, the Middle East will never be the same!

The Mirage (2008)

An exploration of the pop-culture consumption.

Captain Sparky vs. The Flying Saucers (2013)

Victor and Sparky watch one of their favorite home movies.

Spies Inc. (1990)

A loyal CIA agent clashes with renegade spies who stand to profit by fabricating a threat to world peace.

Hawaiian Buckaroo (1938)

Hawaiian Buckaroo is a 1938 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor and written by Daniel Jarrett. The film stars Smith Ballew, Evalyn Knapp, Harry Woods, Pat J. O'Brien, George Regas and Benny Burt. The film was released on January 14, 1938, by 20th Century Fox.

Perfect: Android Rising (2013)

Rebels against a totalitarian society capture a computerized killing machine (Samantha Talbott) and reprogram it to think and feel.

My Pal Wolf (1944)

My Pal Wolf is a 1944 American drama film directed by Alfred L. Werker from a screenplay by Lillie Hayward, Leonard Praskins, and John Paxton, based on the story by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. Produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, the film was released on October 8, 1944. The film stars Sharyn Moffett (in her film debut), Jill Esmond, Una O'Connor, George Cleveland, Charles Arnt, and Claire Carleton. In addition to Moffett's debut, this picture also marked the production debut of Adrian Scott, who was a writer and producer, who would become a member of the Hollywood Ten.

Dynamite Brothers (1974)

Dynamite Brothers, also known by its alternate title East Meets Watts, is a 1974 martial arts and blaxploitation film. It was filmed on location in Watts, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. It starred football-hero-turned-actor Timothy Brown, who was also known for his role as Spearchucker Jones in the TV series M*A*S*H, and Hong Kong star actor and martial artist Alan Tang. It also starred Aldo Ray as a crooked cop and James Hong in a villainous role. It is a combination of the Blaxploitation and Martial Arts Film genres. Current and future stars like Tony Liu, Biff Yeager, Phillip Ko, Billy Chan, Mars and Susan McIver of The Golddiggers fame pop up at various stages in the film.

Crystalstone (1988)

After learning that their aunt wants to split them up, orphaned siblings Pablo (Kamlesh Gupta) and Maria (Laura Jane Goodwin) run away from home. While stowing away aboard a train car, they learn about a magical gem called a crystalstone. On their search for the mystical jewel, the pair joins forces with the boozing Captain (Frank Grimes). But to fulfill their quest they'll have to contend with a scary pirate named Hook (Edward Kelsey), who's also after the treasure.

Can Go Through Skin (2009)

Can Go Through Skin is a 2009 Dutch drama film written and directed by Esther Rots. The film is the first feature film by Rots.

What Tomorrow Brings (2016)

Filmmaker Beth Murphy spends a year following the first all-girls school in a conservative Afghan village.

Hand of God (2007)

Hand of God is a 2006 independent documentary that was acquired for national airing in the United States by Frontline. The film was directed and edited by Joe Cultrera and tells the story of how his brother Paul was molested in the 1960s by their parish priest, Father Joseph Birmingham, who allegedly abused nearly 100 other children. Cultrera tells the story of faith betrayed and how his brother Paul and the rest of the Cultrera family fought back against a scandal that continues to afflict churches across the country. The Cultrera brothers were raised in an Italian-Catholic family in Salem, Massachusetts, and attended Catholic school from kindergarten through high school. From an early age they were immersed in the beliefs and teachings of the Catholic Church. At 14, Paul, an altar boy at St. James Parish, came under the guidance of Fr. Birmingham. Birmingham was young and friendly, often taking the boys on trips and inviting them to the rectory for Friday and Saturday night pizza parties. It was during confession that Paul's relationship with Fr. Birmingham changed. Confessing to masturbation led to private "counseling" sessions at the rectory, where Paul was sexually abused. Birmingham also abused him during nighttime rides in Birmingham's black Ford Galaxie and on trips out of town. Paul kept this secret for nearly 30 years, until he decided to finally confront the Church and launch his own investigation into whether the Archdiocese of Boston had covered up allegations against Birmingham, moving him from parish to parish and placing more children in danger. Paul began to place advertisements in the newspapers of the various towns where Birmingham had been posted, asking the simple question, "Do You Remember Father Birmingham?" The responses he received were an indication that he was certainly not Birmingham's only victim.

Bluebeard (1963)

Landru (US title: Bluebeard) is a 1963 French motion picture drama directed by Claude Chabrol. The screenplay was written by Françoise Sagan. The film stars Charles Denner, Michèle Morgan, Danielle Darrieux and Hildegard Knef. It was based on the story of French serial killer Henri Désiré Landru, who murdered and dismembered more than 10 women during World War I.