Bad Seeds (2013)

The Marcomb County Police Department releases footage of several troubled teenage girls committing violent and disturbing behaviors.

The Life Story of David Lloyd George (1918)

The Life Story of David Lloyd George (originally titled The Man Who Saved The Empire) is a 1918 British silent biopic film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Norman Page, Alma Reville and Ernest Thesiger. The film "is thought to be the first feature length biopic of a contemporary living politician". Finished in 1918, it wasn't shown publicly until 1996.

Hitch-Hike (1977)

While on a cross-country drive, a bitter writer (international superstar franco Nero of Django) and his beautiful wife (Corinne Clery, the Story of O and Moonraker) pick up a stranded motorist (David Hess of Last House on the Left infamy). But when this hitcher turns out to be a depraved psychopath, their road trip takes a vicious detour into sex and savagery where the miles are marked in mayhem and vengeance is the ultimate rule of thumb.

The Legacy (2009)

The Legacy (French: La donation) is a 2009 film directed by Bernard Émond. The film received the Special Grand Prize of Youth Jury and the Don Quixote Award of the Locarno International Film Festival. It also competed at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2009.where it was awarded "Best Canadian Feature Film - Special Jury Citation

Where There's a Will (1936)

Where There's a Will is a 1936 British comedy film directed by William Beaudine and starring Will Hay, Graham Moffatt and Norma Varden. It features an incompetent solicitor who unwittingly becomes party to a bank robbery. The film marked the first appearance of Graham Moffatt in a Will Hay film. Moffatt acted as a straight man to Hay, along with Moore Marriott, beginning in the film Windbag the Sailor.

La última isla (2012)

Alicia spends a summer with her aunt and she embarks on a magical journey on a remote island when she discovers a mystical amulet.

Northeast (2011)

Will, an aimless playboy living in Brooklyn, has spent his 20s going from one casual affair to the next. As Will notices his friends have found contentment by settling down he decides to find someone to start the next phase of his life with.

Dog Eat Dog (2001)

Dog Eat Dog is a 2001 British sex comedy film, directed by Moody Shoaibi and written by Moody Shoaibi and Mark Tonderai.

My Really Cool Legs! (2011)

Pediatric amputees refuse to let their disability define who they are and what they will become.

Trapped by Television (1936)

Trapped by Television is a 1936 American film directed by Del Lord. The film is also known as Caught by Television in the United Kingdom.

Nay-dalgata nosht (1967)

Two attorneys meet on a train to discuss the trial of five terrorists who were executed in 1975.

Dead Air (2009)

Dead Air is a 2009 American science fiction-horror film directed by Corbin Bernsen and starring Bill Moseley and Patricia Tallman. The story focuses on a radio station that warns its listeners after an explosion unleashes zombies into Los Angeles. Screenwriter Kenny Yakkel explained before the film's release that the "undead" presented are not actual zombies: "It's like a PCP zombie movie, that's my take on it 'cause they're not really dead."

Skeleton Key 3: The Organ Trail (2011)

Howard and his men venture through the covered bridge and back to the world of monsters.

Hum Tum Shabana (2011)

Hum Tum Shabana is a 2011 Indian comedy and romance film. It stars Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade, and Minissha Lamba in lead roles.

Dam999 (2011)

Dam 999 is a 2011 3-D science fiction disaster film. It is an English language UAE–Indian co-production film produced by BizTV Network, UAE and directed by Sohan Roy. The film is based on the award winning short documentary DAMs - The Lethal Water Bombs. and the Banqiao dam disaster of 1975 that claimed the lives of 250,000 people in China and anticipated calamity for outdated dams in the world. The film falls in the category of an emotional thriller. The ancient Indian concept of Navarasas, or the nine human emotions, are represented by an assortment of actors from India and Hollywood. The movie also portrays the concepts of kamasutra as well as lost love against the backdrop of the story of a dilapidated colonial dam. Apart from being a controversial movie in India with respect to its theme, the Screenplay of the movie was added to the permanent core collection in Library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences before its release in 2011.

Bad Meat (2004)

Bumbling crooks (Billie Worley, Lance Barber) kidnap a congressman's (Chevy Chase) corpse and hold it for ransom.

Sons, Mothers and a General (1955)

Children, Mother, and the General (German: Kinder, Mütter und ein General, and also released as Sons, Mothers, and a General) is a 1955 West German war film directed by László Benedek and starring Hilde Krahl.

Starsuckers (2009)

Starsuckers is a 2009 British documentary film aiming to expose the "shams and deceit involved in creating a pernicious celebrity culture". Directed by Chris Atkins, director of the 2007 documentary Taking Liberties, it shows the production team planting a variety of celebrity-related stories in the UK media, such as a claim that the singer Avril Lavigne had been seen asleep in a nightclub. A variety of tabloid newspapers accepted the stories without corroboration or evidence. It launched as part of the British Film Institute's 53rd Film Festival. Thirty minutes of footage from the film were shown to the Leveson Inquiry as part of the evidence presented by the film's director, Chris Atkins.

Corruption (1933)

Corruption is a 1933 American Pre-Code film directed by Charles E. Roberts. The film is also known as Double Exposure in the United Kingdom.

House of Errors (1942)

House of Errors is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Bernard B. Ray and written by Ewart Adamson and Eddie Davis. The film stars Harry Langdon, Charley Rogers, Marian Marsh, Ray Walker, Betty Blythe and John Holland. The film was released on April 10, 1942, by Producers Releasing Corporation.

Madre amadísima (2009)

A homosexual man grows up in an era where only his mother understands him.

Role/Play (2010)

A recently outed actor and a gay-marriage activist meet and begin a relationship, forcing them to confront the fickle nature of celebrity within the community.

Phobia 2 (2009)

Phobia 2 is a 2009 Thai horror film consisting of five short stories directed by Songyos Sugmakanan, Banjong Pisanthanakun, Parkpoom Wongpoom, Visute Poolvoralaks and Paween Purijitpanya.

The Clairvoyant's Prayer (2012)

Based on real events, the strangulation of a prostitute at Mar del Plata unites a journalist, a psychic and a detective in a complicated investigation.

44 Inch Chest (2009)

44 Inch Chest is a 2009 British crime comedy-drama film directed by Malcolm Venville in his directorial debut. The film stars Ray Winstone, Ian McShane, John Hurt, Tom Wilkinson, Stephen Dillane and Joanne Whalley. The film was released on 19 October 2009. It was written by Louis Mellis and David Scinto, who both previously wrote Sexy Beast, and produced by Richard Brown and Steve Golin (Babel, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), and cinematography by Daniel Landin, the score is a collaboration between Angelo Badalamenti and Massive Attack.

Nerve (2012)

Josh (Tyler Langdon) agrees to an experimental treatment for social anxiety, and he hopes it will help him get closer to his beautiful conductor.

Shahenshah (1988)

Shahenshah is a 1988 Bollywood vigilante action film starring Amitabh Bachchan in the title role, along with Meenakshi Sheshadri. The film was produced and directed by Tinnu Anand. The story of the film was written by Amitabh Bachchan's wife Jaya Bachchan and the screenplay was written by veteran screenwriter Inder Raj Anand, who died before the film was released. The film marked Bachchan's comeback to films after a three-year hiatus during which he had entered politics. Bachchan still had films releasing during the hiatus, as they were projects he had previously completed. The film became the second highest grossing film of 1988. It is remembered for the famous dialogue "Rishtey mein toh hum tumhare baap hote hai...naam hai Shahenshah". The film is also remembered for Bachchan's mesmerizing performance as a comic policeman and a crimefighting superhero.

Elemental (2013)

Elemental is a 2012 documentary film directed by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee and Gayatri Roshan. The film premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival on October 9, 2012 in Mill Valley, California.

The Noose (1958)

Noose (Polish: Pętla) is a 1957 Polish film directed by Wojciech Jerzy Has, starring Gustaw Holoubek. The film is an adaptation of a short story by Marek Hłasko and follows the day in the life an alcoholic.

Nankyoku ryôrinin (2009)

A cook provides hearty meals for men at an Antarctic research station.

Endukante... Premanta (2012)

Endukante... Premanta!, titled in Tamil as Yen Endral Kadhal Enben! is a 2012 Telugu-Tamil bilingual paranormal romantic drama film directed by A. Karunakaran. It was simultaneously shot in Telugu and Tamil languages, and stars Ram and Tamannaah. The movie was produced by Sravanthi Ravi Kishore and features music scored by G. V. Prakash Kumar and dialogues penned by Kona Venkat. The film deals with love between two souls across two different eras. Both Ram and Tamannah play dual roles in the film, with each of those pairs of roles set in 1980 and 2012 respectively. This film's plot is mostly based on an American romantic comedy fantasy film Just like Heaven (2005) which itself is derived from french novel If Only It Were True. It was also dubbed in Hindi as Dangerous Khiladi 5 in 2016.

Squatterpunk (2008)

Hapon, an 8-year-old would-be gangster, and his rag-tag band of minions prowl the slums of Manila.

The Junior Olsen Gang and the Silver Mine Mystery (2007)

Olsenbanden Jr. og Sølvgruvens hemmelighet (English: The Junior Olsen Gang and the Silver Mine Mystery ) is a 2007 Norwegian children's film; the fourth movie of the Olsenbanden Jr series.

The Prince and the Pauper (1972)

Based on Mark Twain's story of a prince and a beggar boy who change clothes and identities in medieval England.

Tarzan and Jane Regained... Sort of (1964)

In a rare excursion beyond Andy Warhol's New York base, this home-movie-ish lark features an unlikely Tarzan, wandering around Los Angeles in search of his Jane.

Just Married (2009)

Oggi sposi (Just Married) is a 2009 Italian comedy film directed by Luca Lucini.

The Light Thief (2011)

The Light Thief (Kyrgyz: Свет-аке, Svet-Ake) is a 2010 drama film from Kyrgyzstan, directed by Aktan Arym Kubat. The film was Kyrgyzstan's submission for Best Foreign Language Film for the 83rd Academy Awards, but did not make the final shortlist.

Resonnances (2006)

Resonnances is a 2006 French science-fiction film written and directed by Philippe Robert. It stars Marjorie Dubesset, Franck Monsigny and Sophie Michard.

Scary Movie (1991)

A paranoid young man thinks an escaped lunatic is hiding in a Halloween house of horrors.

Misbehaviour (2008)

A student (Cindel Chartrand) learns that she must face the consequences of her actions.

Primitive (2011)

After being forced to visit a hypnotist, Martin receives news of his estranged mother’s passing. He returns home for the funeral, and before long, people begin dropping dead. The victims - brutally torn apart by what appears to be a predatory monster - convince the local police that Martin is somehow responsible, and soon he comes to believe it too, as all the victims are connected to the evil within him.

Buddy (2003)

Buddy is a 2003 Norwegian film directed by Morten Tyldum after a script by Lars Gudmestad. The music was composed by Lars Lillo-Stenberg, known from the band DeLillos. The film was well received by critics, and won two Amanda Awards in 2004.

The Rally (2010)

The Rally is a gritty drama which follows several families living in a town riddled with crime and corruption. As the local church works to bring positive change to the town, they are confronted at every turn by those that desire to keep the city in bondage…until today. God has sent a team into the city to bring change. One Event… One Church… One God… The Rally.

The Friggin' Mafia Movie (2001)

Numerous calamities befall a director (Shawn Flanagan) who is trying to shoot a film about organized crime.

Emigranti (2002)

In Bulgaria three unemployed friends (Deyan Donkov, Valeri Yordanov, Ivan Radoev) work at occasional odd jobs and have troubled relationships with their families.

The Three Musketeers (1939)

The Three Musketeers is a 1939 musical comedy film adaptation of Alexandre Dumas, père's novel of the same name. Don Ameche stars as d'Artagnan, with the Ritz Brothers as his cowardly helpers.

Hell Penitentiary (1984)

Julia, a famous physician, infiltrates a prison in an attempt to find a witness to her sister's killing, but instead she becomes the victim of a sadistic warden's sexual brutality.

Bad Bush (2009)

Bad Bush is a 2009 Australian psychological thriller film. Starring Chris Sadrinna from television soap Home and Away and Jeremy Lindsay Taylor from Sea Patrol and featuring Viva Bianca from Spartacus: Blood and Sand in her debut feature film, the film is based on the real-life story centred on a young woman with her baby alone with a crazed man on a property. The film was mostly made at Mangrove Mountain and Somersby on the Central Coast, New South Wales. Appropximately 100 students from The Entrance High School worked on the film behind the scenes. Bad Bush premièred at the Avoca Beach Picture Theatre on 7 May 2009.

The Continuing And Lamentable Saga Of The Suicide Brothers (2009)

Human error and a diligent fairy godmother (Keira Knightley) prevent two siblings (Rupert Friend, Tom Mison) from committing suicide each night.

White as Snow (2010)

A car dealer is forced to deal with the Finnish mob when they come looking for his dead partner.

Storm (2009)

Storm is a 2009 German-Danish-Dutch drama film directed by Hans-Christian Schmid.

Battlespace (2006)

“Battlespace” is a futuristic sci-fi adventure that begins after the destruction of our Universe. With a militaristic race of modified humans in hot pursuit, Colonel Mara Shryyke finds herself stranded on an inhospitable planet, and discovers a weapon of mass destruction set to destroy her home planet in less than 42 hours.

Abrupt Decision (2011)

Newly unemployed and his relationship with his longtime partner on the rocks, a man (Steve Callahan) devotes himself to saving shelter dogs whose time is up.

Scratch (2003)

Hip-hopper Sami moves into the harsh atmosphere of a concrete youth hostel, and trouble starts when Mille falls for the new tenant.

Bardaasht (2004)

Bardaasht is a 2004 Indian Hindi-language vigilante action-thriller film Produced by Vijay galani & directed by E. Nivas. It is based on the screenplay written by Vikram Bhatt. The film stars Bobby Deol, Ritesh Deshmukh, Tara Sharma, Lara Dutta and Rahul Dev in lead roles, with Vishwajeet Pradhan, Ganesh Yadav and Virendra Saxena in important supporting roles.

Nina Frisk (2007)

Nina Frisk is a Swedish comedy film from 2007, written and directed by Maria Blom. Nina Frisk is an air hostess with a dysfunctional family that she tries to help.

The Three Gifts (2009)

Three orphaned boys temporarily stay with a couple (Dean Cain, Jean Louisa Kelly) during the holidays.

Zeinek gehiago iraun (2011)

Ander is injured by a train while playing a game and spends the rest of his life with physical and neurological injuries.

When Heaven Falls (2009)

Sara grew up in foster care and, when she turns 28, she receives word that her biological mother has died. She is hesitant to dig into her past, but she attends the funeral to see her older brother.

My Brother Jack (2001)

An Australian (Simon Lyndon) dreams of fighting for his country, while his ambitious sibling (Matt Day) chooses a different path.

Fate Is the Hunter (1964)

Fate Is the Hunter is a 1964 black-and-white aviation disaster film from 20th Century Fox, produced by Aaron Rosenberg, directed by Ralph Nelson, that stars Glenn Ford, Nancy Kwan, and Rod Taylor. Fate is the Hunter also features Jane Russell (playing herself entertaining for the USO in a flashback sequence), Nehemiah Persoff, Wally Cox, and Mark Stevens. Dorothy Malone also makes an uncredited appearance. The film features an early film score by composer Jerry Goldsmith. The film's storyline concerns the crash of a passenger airliner that killed all its passengers, with only one of its crew surviving. Pilot error seems to be the cause, until an airliner executive ramps up the investigation, refusing to believe that conclusion.

Reggae (1971)

Filmmaker Horace Ov records reggae performances and highlights the poverty of the West Indies.

Redención (2010)

A young businessman buys a slum with the intention of modernizing it to establish a bar and sees 70 years of history pass before his eyes.

Sat Sri Akal (2008)

Various people live traditional Punjabi lives.

Satan's Blood (1978)

A couple is tricked into entering a sinister house full of devil worshipers.

Cocktail (2006)

Cocktail is a 2006 Hong Kong film produced and directed by Herman Yau and Long Ching.

Danger Patrol (1937)

Danger Patrol is a 1937 American drama film directed by Lew Landers from a screenplay by Sy Bartlett based on a story by Helen Vreeland and Hilda Vincent. Produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, it was released on December 3, 1937 and stars Sally Eilers, John Beal, and Harry Carey.

The Keyhole (1933)

The Keyhole is a 1933 American pre-Code comedy-drama film directed by Michael Curtiz.

The Skin Game (1931)

The Skin Game (1931) is a British feature film by Alfred Hitchcock, based on a play by John Galsworthy and produced by British International Pictures. The story revolves around two rival families, the Hillcrists and the Hornblowers, and the disastrous results of the feud between them. After being thought to be in the public domain for decades, the film's rights were obtained by French media company Canal+ in 2005. A restored and remastered print of the film was released on DVD by Lionsgate Home Entertainment in 2007.

Love in Between (2010)

Love, In Between is a 2010 South Korean film based on the Finnish film Black Ice (2007)..

Sumurun (1920)

Sumurun is a 1920 German silent film directed by Ernst Lubitsch based on a pantomime by Friedrich Freksa.

On the Corner (2003)

On the Corner is a Canadian drama film, directed by Nathaniel Geary and released in 2003. Set in the troubled Downtown Eastside neighbourhood of Vancouver, British Columbia, the film stars Alex Rice and Simon Baker as Angel and Randy Henry, a brother and sister struggling with poverty and drug addiction.

Roadside Massacre (2012)

Five teens fight for their lives after they become stranded in a cannibal-infested mountain town.

The Treasure Of Painted Forest (2006)

Two gangs of kids wage paintball battles for control of some woodlands.

South of Dixie (1944)

South of Dixie is a 1944 American comedy film directed by Jean Yarbrough and written by Clyde Bruckman. The film stars Anne Gwynne, David Bruce, Jerome Cowan, Ella Mae Morse, Joe Sawyer and Samuel S. Hinds. The film was released om June 23, 1944, by Universal Pictures.

Women in Hiding (1940)

Helpless unwed mothers go to clinics run by shady individuals.

Lady Cocoa (1975)

Lady Cocoa (also known as Pop Goes the Weasel) is a 1975 low-budget American blaxploitation crime drama that was directed by Matt Cimber. With Lola Falana in the title role, the film also featured Millie Perkins, Alex Dreier, Gene Washington and Joe Greene. It was released by Moonstone Entertainment, and written by George Theakos.

La califfa (1970)

La califfa (English: Lady Caliph) is a 1970 Italian drama film directed by Alberto Bevilacqua. It was entered into the 1971 Cannes Film Festival.

The Prairie (1947)

The Prairie is a 1947 film based on the novel The Prairie by James Fenimore Cooper.

Atomic Brain Invasion (2010)

Atomic Brain Invasion is a 2010 American sci-fi/horror film directed by Richard Griffin.

Desolation Sound (2005)

A man's (Ed Begley Jr.) mistress (Jennifer Beals) is found dead after his wife (Helene Joy) learns about the affair.

The Kid from Amarillo (1951)

A Treasury agent (Charles Starrett) and his sidekick (Smiley Burnette) go after silver smugglers near the Mexican border.

So You Want to Hold Your Wife (1947)

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

Monster (2008)

Monster is a 2008 direct-to-DVD Japanese daikaiju film. The film is a mockbuster created to capitalize on the release of Cloverfield. It was released direct-to-DVD on January 15, 2008. Cloverfield was released theatrically three days later on January 18, 2008.

The 6th Extinction (2012)

Four strangers band together in a desperate attempt to survive in a world overrun with bloodthirsty vampires.

Shuttlecock Boys (2012)

Shuttlecock Boys is an independent film directed by Hemant Gaba & produced by Pankaj Johar and Hemant Gaba. It's a film made by all first timers in the cast and crew. Most cast are non-actors and didn't have any formal training. The film was shot handheld on 16 mm with sync sound using real locations in Delhi, Noida & Gurgaon.

The Lost Tape: Andy's Terrifying Last Days Revealed (2004)

A man creates a video journal inside his gun store of his last days during a zombie outbreak.

This Is Cinerama (1952)

This is Cinerama is a 1952 full-length film designed to introduce the widescreen process Cinerama, which broadens the aspect ratio so the viewer's peripheral vision is involved. This is Cinerama premiered on September 30, 1952 at the Broadway Theatre, in New York City.

I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse (1973)

I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse is a 1973 French surreal drama film directed by Fernando Arrabal. The movie first released on November 22, 1973 in France and stars George Shannon as an epileptic boy who, falsely suspected of murdering his mother, flees to the desert where he meets a hermit and brings him back to the city where the hermit becomes a circus performer.

Ian Harvie Superhero (2014)

Transgender stand-up comedian Ian Harvie looks back on his transition.

De Prof (2006)

Bona and Daniel are blood brothers.

Germ (2013)

Germ Z, also billed as Germ, is a 2013 American horror film. It depicts the residents of a small town who become infected with a bacterium that has fallen to Earth from space. It was produced by Two Thirds Productions.

Colorado Pioneers (1945)

Colorado Pioneers is a 1945 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, Robert Blake, Alice Fleming, Roy Barcroft, Bud Geary and Billy Cummings. The film was released on November 14, 1945, by Republic Pictures.

The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom (2011)

The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom is a 2011 documentary film directed by Lucy Walker. The film was nominated for the 2012 Academy Award for Best Documentary.

The Drop (2000)

A criminal faces a series of betrayals after the murder of his girlfriend.

Absolute Deception (2013)

Absolute Deception (also known as Deception) is a 2013 Australian/Canadian international co-production action thriller film directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith, and starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Emmanuelle Vaugier. The film was released on direct-to-DVD in the United States on June 11, 2013.

A Private Enterprise (1975)

A Private Enterprise is a 1974 British film directed by Peter K Smith. It stars Salmaan Peerzada as Shiv Verma, an Indian immigrant in Birmingham who attempts to start his own business. It is regarded as the first British Asian film.

Earth Madness (2010)

Luc Moullet explores the causes and consequences of cases of mental disorders in the Southern Alps.

Homicide Bureau (1939)

Homicide Bureau is a 1939 American action film, directed by Charles C. Coleman. It stars Bruce Cabot, Rita Hayworth, and Marc Lawrence.

Soodhu Kavvum (2013)

Soodhu Kavum is a 2013 Tamil language black comedy crime film directed by Nalan Kumarasamy. It features Vijay Sethupathi, Bobby Simha, Ashok Selvan, Ramesh Thilak, Karunakaran and Sanchita Shetty in the lead roles. The film was released on 1 May. The main concept is about how silly talk has engulfed people's day-to-day life and modern society. Soodhu Kavvum received positive reviews from critics and became a commercial success.