Three to Dance (2011)
When a Latvian legionnaire is sentenced to death for deserting the German army, his girlfriend gets involved in a love triangle with a German officer to save the life of her beloved.
Sea Rex 3D: Journey to a Prehistoric World (2010)
An underwater journey through the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
Running on the Sun: The Badwater 135 (2000)
Running on the Sun: The Badwater 135 is a 2000 documentary film directed by Mel Stuart. The film follows athletes as they run 135 miles in the 1999 Badwater Ultramarathon, starting in California's Death Valley and ending at Whitney Portal, the trailhead to Mount Whitney.
The winner for the 1999 race was Eric Clifton with a time of 27 hours and 49 minutes, beating the previous year winner, Gabriel Flores.
Twice a Judas (1969)
Shoot Twice (Italian: Due volte Giuda, Spanish: Dos veces Judas) is a 1969 Italian Western film directed by Nando Cicero and starring Klaus Kinski and Antonio Sabàto. The film is also known as Twice a Judas.
Supreme Champion (2010)
Troy (Stephan Bonnar) uses his martial arts skills to fight for the freedom of his girlfriend, Jenny (Marieh Delfino).
Brothers and Sisters (1980)
Brothers and Sisters is a 1980 British drama film directed by Richard Woolley. It was entered into the 12th Moscow International Film Festival.
Stevie is a 1978 British biographical film directed by Robert Enders and starring Glenda Jackson, Trevor Howard, Mona Washbourne and Alec McCowen. It was based on the play Stevie by Hugh Whitemore.
Studios that distrubuted the film included 20th Century Fox in the U.S., Hoyts in Australia, and Universal Pictures internationally.
The film is about the life of the British poet Stevie Smith (played by Glenda Jackson) and centers on Smith's relationship with her aunt (Mona Washbourne), with whom she lived for many years in a house in Palmers Green, London.
Fighting Shadows (1935)
Fighting Shadows is a 1935 American western film directed by David Selman from a screenplay by Ford Beebe, which stars Tim McCoy, Robert Allen, Geneva Mitchell, and Ward Bond.
The Wolves (1971)
The Wolves is a 1971 Japanese crime film directed by Hideo Gosha.
Vampire Men of the Lost Planet (1970)
Three earthlings (John Carradine, Robert Dix, Vicki Volante) leave on a space mission to destroy flesh creatures of a prehistoric lost planet.
Beauty and the Least: The Misadventures of Ben Banks (2012)
Ben Banks is a 2012 independent American comedy-drama and the directorial debut of Bryce Clark. The film stars Mischa Barton, Melora Hardin and Katharine Towne. The film is also being marketed as Beauty and the Least in some international territories and for the US video release. The film received a limited theatrical release in the United States on 7 December 2012.
Incident At Phantom Hill (1966)
Incident at Phantom Hill is a 1966 American western film produced by Harry Tatelman and directed by Earl Bellamy. It stars Robert Fuller, Jocelyn Lane and Dan Duryea. The story involves a Union gold shipment is stolen and buried in the desert. Both Union and rebel forces struggle to find it while threatened by Apaches. A romance complicates the action.
Die Cheerleader Die (2008)
A killer slaughters sexy college cheerleaders.
The Fourth Portrait (2010)
Xiang is saved from life in an orphanage by his estranged mother.
24 Hours to Midnight (1985)
24 Hours to Midnight is a 1980s action film directed by Leo Fong and starring Juan Chapa, Stephen Moore, Stack Pierce, Bernie Pock, De'Ann Power and Cynthia Rothrock. It is about a woman who takes revenge on the people that killed her husband.
Consenting Adult (1985)
Consenting Adult is a 1985 American made-for-television drama film directed by Gilbert Cates and starring Marlo Thomas and Martin Sheen as parents who must come to terms with their teenage son's coming out. The film is based on the 1975 novel of the same name written by Laura Z. Hobson.
A clever policeman investigates the death of an abusive businessman who had recently divorced his wife and taken custody of their child by exposing her past as a porn star.
Deadly Love (1987)
Black magic brings back a woman's dead lover, resulting in a haunted house inherited by her niece.
Midnight Chronicles (2008)
A man (Charles Hubbell) uncovers a town's forbidden legacy while investigating the disappearance of a fellow cleric.
Homo Heights (1998)
"Homo Heights" is a feature length narrative film that weaves farce and satire with romance and comedy. It is a slice of gay life in cartoon dimensions, with completely recognizable characters and situations pushed to their limits. 85 year old Malcolm (Quentin Crisp) is ready for "a surprise - or to die." The resident guru has grown weary of being "kept" by his one time protg, Maria "The Donna" Callous (Stephen Sorrentino), heavyweight drag queen and leader of the gay mafia.
Moth to a Flame (2016)
A woman becomes a cab driver to pay her father's bills.
A woman realizes she used to date her fiance's father.
A Deadly Dance (2016)
A professional dancer is stalked by a killer.
A spoiled Hollywood actress struggles back to civilization after the crash of her private jet botches a kidnap attempt, leaving her stranded in the jungle with her irritating assistant and her inept hijacker pilot.
The Future Perfect (2017)
Slipping documentary fragments into a fiction narrative, director Nele Wohlatz intimately describes the culture shock experienced by Xiaobin, a 17-year-old Chinese girl attempting to make her way in Argentina who finds shelter in a furtive romance with Vijay, a young Indian who she meets in her language class. Wohlatz’s sui generis debut finds a startling, innovative, fluid form to echo its subject’s ongoing mastery of the conditional tense, which encourages her to imagine possible futures.
A Stitch of Life (2015)
Tsukuroi Tatsu Hito (繕い裁つ人) is a 2015 Japanese drama film directed by Yukiko Mishima, starring Miki Nakatani and based on a manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Aoi Ikebe. It was released in Japan by Gaga Corporation on January 31, 2015.
Moving Mountains (2014)
A determined housewife goes head-to-head with a $1 billion mining company after its negligent operation ruins her town's water supply.
Bastard, Go and Kill (1971)
Bastard, Go and Kill (Italian: Bastardo... vamos a matar!) is a 1971 Italian Spaghetti Western film written and directed by Gino Mangini and starring George Eastman.
Sick Of It All (2017)
A grown-up toy collector has lost touch with his youthful ways, trapped in a loveless relationship and a job he hates. His 7-year-old nephew tells him to go find himself again.
Mountain Devil (2017)
Two men are terrorized by an unknown creature while hunting from a cabin in the Appalachian Mountains.
The misadventures of a mischievous kid.
Nathalie Moretti... (2006)
Lustful desire interferes with a struggling filmmaker's plans to raise money by kidnapping a tycoon's daughter.
A Young Couple (2009)
A portrait of a modern relationship.
Watch Me (1995)
A photographer takes clandestine pictures of a tenant, who spies on a handyman who is having an affair.
Testing the Limits (1998)
A seasoned photographer, a new model and curious bystanders interact at a photo shoot.
Radio Dayz (2008)
Radio Dayz is a 2008 South Korean romantic comedy film written and directed by Ha Ki-ho.
The lives of two addicts, a sober cop and a cocaine-loving artist, intersect.
Enter the Invincible Hero (1981)
Black Belt Karate Kick mostly known as Enter the Invincible Hero is 1977 Bruceploitation and drama martial art movie starring notorious Bruce Lee imitator Dragon Lee and spin kick master Casanova Wong.
Sheriff of Rock Springs (1971)
The sheriff of Rock Springs (Richard Harrison) pursues an escaped outlaw who has kidnapped a young girl.
The 36 Shaolin Beads (1977)
A monk fights his way up a gloomy tower using his Shaolin bead technique.
Alice: Boy from Wonderland (2015)
A young woman (Jung So Min) who suffers from debilitating nightmares heeds the advice of a shaman and checks into a private resort called Wonderland.
Where I Grow Old (2016)
Francisca, a young Portuguese woman who's been living in Brazil for a year, welcomes Teresa, a fellow citizen she'd lost contact with, into her home. While Teresa is enthralled discovering Belo Horizonte, where she means to settle and escape the crisis that has taken over her homeland, Francisca decides to go back to Lisbon.
Melody in Love (1978)
While visiting her aunt in exotic Ceylon, a young woman experiences a passionate affair.
Dawn is a drama film directed by Romed Wyder, written by Billy MacKinnon and based on the novel Dawn by Elie Wiesel.
Escape to Passion (1970)
A small time crook plans a big heist.
The Cadillac Tramps: Life On the Edge (2017)
The 1990s were THE time for the Orange County California music scene with hometown bands, The Offspring, No Doubt, Sugar Ray, and Social Distortion blowing up the mainstream and selling millions of records around the world.
Meanwhile, the Kings of that same scene, The Cadillac Tramps, dissolve at the peak of their success and it’s members splinter into various modes of success, failure, addiction, incarceration, family life and stardom.
The Cadillac Tramps - Life On the Edge is a heartwarming, heart breaking, inspiring and cautionary tale of brotherhood across time and how lead singer, Michael “Gabby” Gaborno’s struggle with terminal illness, reignites their bond, their music and their popularity.
A Christmas Carol (1910)
A Christmas Carol, is a 1910 silent short film directed by J. Searle Dawley for Edison. It runs 13 minutes and is one of the earliest film adaptations of Charles Dickens' famous 1843 novella. It featured Marc McDermott as Ebenezer Scrooge and Charles S. Ogle as Bob Cratchit.
An Old Box (1975)
A homeless man discovers a magical box during Christmas.
Paper Marriage (1988)
Paper Marriage is a 1988 Hong Kong action comedy-drama film directed by Alfred Cheung and starring Sammo Hung and Maggie Cheung.
The Babymooners (2017)
Two weeks before the birth of her first child, a woman recounts her reluctant journey to motherhood in a video letter to her son.
Outlaw: Black Dagger (1968)
Street gangs go to war for control of the Kansai region.
Outlaw: Kill! (1969)
A lone wolf unwittingly gets swept up in a yakuza war when he saves a young woman from hoodlums.
Wounded (Spanish: La herida) is a 2013 Spanish drama film directed by Fernando Franco.
Little Red Riding Hood (1922)
A witch exacts revenge on the man who rejected her love.
Killing for Love (1995)
Guests begin to disappear during a weekend gathering at the mountain cabin of a schlock movie producer.
Allyson Is Watching (1999)
An inhibited actress finds motivation by spying on a next-door neighbor's erotic activities.
The Night That Never Happened (1997)
Libidos flare during wedding preparations, at the bachelor party and at the reception.
Sinful Temptations (2001)
A potentially fatal web of lies is spun as a wife tries to become a fashion model against her husband's orders.
Passion Crimes (2001)
A mobster on trial intends to ensure his acquittal by kidnapping his defense attorney's fiancee, the prosecutor.
A Frozen Christmas (2016)
Santa, his reindeer and the elves recount their favorite Christmas stories.
Thank You, Del: The Story of the Del Close Marathon (2015)
A celebration of improv comedy, the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and Del Close.
The Vase (2015)
Two friends hit the road on a quest to claim an inheritance.
Midnight Temptations 2 (1999)
A woman takes an erotic journey through her past lives in search of the soul mate who keeps eluding her.
Borderland Blues (2017)
Filmmaker Gudrun Gruber examines the lives of people living along the Mexican border in Arizona.
A Sparkle of Life (2013)
A widow tries to spice up her life by using a matchmaking service.
The Ticket (2017)
The Ticket is a 2016 American drama film directed by Ido Fluk and written by Ido Fluk and Sharon Mashihi. The film stars Malin Åkerman, Dan Stevens, Kerry Bishé, Oliver Platt, Liza J. Bennett and Skylar Gaertner.
The Dark Room of Damocles (1963)
Like Two Drops of Water is a 1963 Dutch drama film directed by Fons Rademakers. It is an adaptation of the 1958 novel The Darkroom of Damocles by Willem Frederik Hermans. It was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival and was selected as the Dutch entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 36th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Dogs (Romanian: Câini) is a 2016 Romanian drama film directed by Bogdan Mirică. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival where it won the FIPRESCI Prize. It is Mirică's directorial debut.
Gambling for Head (1975)
A kung fu master goes on the warpath after gangsters kill his brother over a gambling debt.
L7: Pretend We're Dead (2017)
The rise and fall of seminal grunge punk band L7, who were pigeonholed as an all-female band.
The Gypsy Moon (1954)
A space ranger (Richard Crane) and his crew discover two strange moons orbiting each other, inhabited by warring civilizations.
Counting for Thunder (2015)
An unsuccessful actor returns to the gulf coast of Alabama after his relationship ends at the same time his mother receives a dire medical diagnosis.
A woman returns to her hometown to take a teaching job at her former secondary school. As she struggles to readjust to life at home, she also begins to wonder what her next step in life should be.
Three Graves for a Winchester (1966)
3 colpi di Winchester per Ringo a.k.a. Three Graves for a Winchester/Three Bullets for Ringo is a 1966 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Emimmo Salvi and shot in Totalscope. It is the first and only film collaboration between Mickey Hargitay and Gordon Mitchell. The two friends appeared together in Mae West's 1950s Las Vegas stage show, then traveled to Italy where they made sword and sandal films. It was the first Western for Gordon Mitchell. Told that the Italians preferred their Western heroes lean, Mitchell dropped his weight from 220 lbs (99.79 kg) to 170 lbs (77.11 kg).
Reach for the SKY (2015)
Students and teachers prepare for South Korea's annual national exam.
Just One Drink (2015)
Just One Drink is a short psychological thriller film written, produced and directed by Andrew de Burgh, who also stars opposite Barbara Nedeljakova. It premiered at the 2015 Chinese American Film Festival. The film received critical acclaim. It holds a rare 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Heaven Burns (2010)
A young man (Clayton Myers) trying to save money for college becomes caught up in the dangerous prescription drug scene.
Ferocious Pal (1934)
Ferocious Pal is a 1934 American adventure film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by Joseph Anthony Roach. The film stars Kazan the Wonder Dog, Ruth Sullivan, Gene Toler, Robert Seiter, Tom London and Harry Dunkinson. The film was released on February 2, 1934, by Principal Distributing.
Arizona Lets Fly and Kill Everybody (1970)
Arizona Colt (Anthony Steffen) is a bounty hunter, but this time there is a bounty on his head for a stagecoach robbery he didn’t commit. He goes to town along with his compadre Double Whiskey (Roberto Camardiel) to clear his name, but instead he’s imprisoned by the sheriff and condemned to be hanged. Behind this there is an old foe of Arizona, Keene (Aldo Sambrell), and he won’t stop until he sees Arizona and his friends dead.
Halleluja for Django (1967)
La più grande rapina del West (released as Halleluja for Django in the US and as The Greatest Kidnapping in the West in Great Britain) is a 1967 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Maurizio Lucidi.
It was referred as a film with a great story and good tension but weak in its giallo part.
Alien Arrival (2016)
Arrowhead (also released as Alien Arrival) is a 2016 Australian science fiction film by Jesse O'Brien. It stars Kye Cortland as an escaped political prisoner who is recruited by a rebellion to rescue his father from a totalitarian government. During his mission, he crash lands on a desert moon, which he learns has strategic value to both sides of the conflict.
Stevie D (2016)
Stevie D is a 2016 crime drama film directed and written by Chris Cordone. The film stars Torrey DeVitto, Kevin Chapman, John Aprea, Spencer Garrett and Chris Cordone. Shot in Los Angeles and Palm Springs, it was released on February 25, 2016. The film's writer and director Chris Cordone plays the titular character Stevie D.
They Go Boom! (1929)
They Go Boom is a 1929 short comedy film directed by James Parrott and starring Laurel and Hardy.
A divorce mediation spins violently out of control.
Bounty Hunter in Trinity (1972)
Townsfolk hire a bounty hunter to protect them from a band of Mexican outlaws.
Social Norm (2016)
Norm and his three misfit brothers have 90 days to raise $27,000 or lose their childhood home.
Citizen Clark... A Life of Principle (2018)
Narrated by Martin Sheen. A film on former U.S. Attorney General and human rights activist Ramsey Clark.
The Last Ring Home (2016)
A World War II hero's last wish was lost, found, fulfilled and lost again.
Schacko Klak (1989)
Young Luxembourgers are forced to join the Wehrmacht after a resistance strike.
The Wonderpill (2015)
Athena's boyfriend jump starts her libido by giving her a fake headache pill.
Inside America (2010)
Inside America is a 2010 Austrian drama film written and directed by Barbara Eder. The film is Eder's debut and it won the Special Jury Prize at the Max Ophüls Film Festival.
Kunpan: Legend of the Warlord (2002)
Based on a famous Thai epic poem, Kun Pan recounts the wartime adventures and amorous affairs of a legendary hero.
Go Gorilla Go (1975)
Go Gorilla Go (Italian: Vai gorilla) is a 1975 Italian poliziottesco film directed by Tonino Valerii.
The script of the film continued some scenes from the debut film of Valerii, Per il gusto di uccidere, including the final duel between Fabio Testi and Antonio Marsina. The censorship commission banned the film to people under 18 years old and Valerii refused the cuts requested by the production to lower the ban; the film eventually had a significant commercial success, grossing over 1 billion and 800 million lire.
The Paper Bridge (1987)
Filmmaker Ruth Beckermann traces her family's migratory path before World War II.
Sympathy For The Devil: The True Story of The Process Church of the Final Judgment (2015)
Former members of the church reveal truths about the group.
A Minor Altercation (1977)
Tensions mount between a black and a white girl during Boston's desegregation.
Mother with a Gun (2016)
Inside the world of Jewish political extremism in the United States.
Mae, a rebellious girl who spray paints walls and lives on canned beer, is sent to an AIDS center for community service. There, she finds an unexpected romance with an AIDS patient named Paul.
Night of the Slasher (2015)
A teenager realizes she must commit horror movie sins, drink alcohol, do drugs, and have sex to lure a killer out to finish him off.
The Fourth Direction (2015)
Chauthi Koot is a 2015 Indian Punjabi language film directed by Gurvinder Singh. It is based on the short stories The Fourth Direction and I Am Feeling Fine Now from Indian author Waryam Singh Sandhu's 2005 collection Chauthi Koot. The film is produced by Kartikeya Narayan Singh and is set around the Sikh separatist movement of the 1980s.