Wesley Willis's Joyrides (2008)
The life and work of rock musician Willis.
Little Black Spiders (2012)
In 1978, Katja, a pregnant 16-year-old, arrives at a Catholic facility for unwed pregnant teenagers. She makes friends with the other teens and discovers the nuns have secret plans for their babies.
Beyond the Rocks (1922)
Beyond the Rocks is a 1922 American silent romantic drama film directed by Sam Wood, starring Rudolph Valentino and Gloria Swanson. It is based on the 1906 novel of the same name by Elinor Glyn. Beyond the Rocks was long considered lost but a nitrate print of the film was discovered in the Netherlands in 2003. The film was restored and released on DVD by Milestone Film & Video in 2006.
Sobre ella (2013)
For some, life is a party full of joy, music and dance. Sobre Ella is just that: a colorful photograph, with textures, lights and shadows.
The Young Rajah (1922)
The Young Rajah is a 1922 silent film starring Rudolph Valentino. The film was based on the book Amos Judd by John Ames Mitchell.
So Long at the Fair (1950)
So Long at the Fair (US re-release title The Black Curse) is a 1950 British thriller film directed by Terence Fisher and Antony Darnborough, and starring Jean Simmons and Dirk Bogarde. It was adapted from the 1947 novel of the same name by Anthony Thorne. The general story is a version of what appears to be a 19th-century urban legend, which has inspired several fictional works. "Maybe You Will Remember" told in Alvin Schwartz's Scary Stories 3, the episode "The Disappearance" of the TV series The Big Valley, and the episode "Into Thin Air" of the TV anthology series Alfred Hitchcock Presents were based on the same tale. The German film Verwehte Spuren (Covered Tracks) was also based on the story, and produced in 1938, with a script by Thea von Harbou.
The title derives from the nursery rhyme "Oh Dear! What Can the Matter Be?"
Arizona Sky (2008)
Arizona Sky is a 2008 independent gay-themed romantic drama that was written, directed, and produced by Jeff London. Filmed in Lake Havasu City, Arizona and Bakersfield, California in the spirit of Brokeback Mountain, Arizona Sky follows the lives of two young men from rural America who fall in love as teenagers and find a way to rekindle that love later in life.
Ride a Violent Mile (1957)
Ride a Violent Mile is a 1957 American Western film directed by Charles Marquis Warren and written by Eric Norden. The film stars John Agar, Penny Edwards, John Pickard, Bing Russell, Richard Shannon and Charles H. Gray. The film was released on November 24, 1957, by 20th Century Fox.
Lucky Loser (2012)
Filip ruins everything he touches but sets out with a compulsive liar to find a better fortune. The journey is muddled by all the lies until Filip saves his beloved Hanicka from an evil man.
The Complexity of Happiness (2015)
The Complexity of Happiness (Italian: La felicità è un sistema complesso Italian pronunciation: [la felitʃiˈta ɛ un siˈstɛːma comˈplɛsso]) is a 2015 comedy film written and directed by Gianni Zanasi and starring Valerio Mastandrea and Giuseppe Battiston. It premiered at the 2015 Turin Film Festival.
A Life Without Pain (2005)
A Life Without Pain is a 2005 documentary film by Melody Gilbert about children who can't feel pain.
Dark Passions of a Sexual Serial Killer (2013)
Elle-Anne has everything she desires, until the dreams start to change - the sensual turning to blood chilling visions of pain,
torture and death. In an effort to understand these nightmare visions, she seeks the advice of a Psychiatrist. With his help
she begins to explore the meaning behind these tortuous images, but even he cannot be prepared for the shocking truth
that lies behind them.
The Mystery of Oberwald (1981)
The Mystery of Oberwald is a 1980 Italian drama film written, directed, and edited by Michelangelo Antonioni and starring Monica Vitti, Paolo Bonacelli, and Franco Branciaroli. Based on the 1946 play L'Aigle à deux têtes by Jean Cocteau, the film is about a man who breaks into the castle at Oberwald to kill the queen but faints before doing so. The man's physical resemblance to the murdered king leads to a strange turn of events. The Mystery of Oberwald received the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Silver Ribbon in 1982.
Of Dice and Men (2014)
When a member of a role-playing group enlists to go to Iraq, the lives of the entire group are affected.
Hell's Crossroads (1957)
Hell's Crossroads is a 1957 American western film directed by Franklin Adreon and starring Stephen McNally, Peggie Castle, and Robert Vaughn. The film's sets were designed by the art director Frank Arrigo.
The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane? (2010)
A lucrative association has developed between pharmaceutical manufacturers and the psychiatric profession.
A house populated by eight lovely ladies can be spied upon at all times.
Rolling Caravans (1938)
Rolling Caravans is a 1938 American Western film directed by Joseph Levering and written by Nate Gatzert. The film stars Jack Luden, Eleanor Stewart, Harry Woods, Lafe McKee, Buzz Barton and Slim Whitaker. The film was released on March 7, 1938, by Columbia Pictures.
The Village (1953)
The Village is a 1953 Swiss drama film directed by Leopold Lindtberg.
Wanted: Perfect Mother (1996)
A widower who has three children meets a high-spirited music tutor.
On his wedding day a man must flee through several countries to safety.
Fire! is a 1991 Malian drama film directed by Adama Drabo. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1991 Cannes Film Festival.
The Red Queen (2009)
A young woman's search for information about her long-dead mother yields a startling revelation.
Last Hurrah for Chivalry (1979)
Last Hurrah for Chivalry is a 1979 Hong Kong martial arts film written, produced and directed by John Woo, and starring Damian Lau and Wei Pai. The film is a precursor to Woo's heroic bloodshed films. The film was released in the Hong Kong on 11 November 1979.
When the ominous paintings of an obsessed artist begin to manifest themselves in the physical realm, the increasing realism of the bizarre manifestations find the artist and his girlfriend transported to a terrifying South American castle.
The High Commissioner (1968)
Scobie, an Australian detective, is sent to London to arrest a High Commissioner, on a charge of murdering his first wife 25 years previously. Although the Commissioner admits his guilt, Scobie senses that there is actually more to the case. Someone is attempting to kill the Commissioner and Scobie finds himself increasingly involved with him as he attempts to find out who it is. Is it his glamorous wife, his attractive secretary, or a mysterious foreign woman who is evidently his close friend? Scobie finds himself increasingly attracted to one of the women and as the situation becomes more grave, will he be able to save those he cares for?
Leaving on the 15th Spring (2013)
Yuno worries for her father as she prepares to leave Minamidaito Island to attend high school.
The Delivery Guy (2013)
Alexey (Alexander Plaksin), a pizza deliverer, is offered a large sum of money to pay for his father's medical treatments by carrying out a mob hit.
Brick and Mortar and Love (2012)
Filmmaker C. Scott Shuffitt examines the fate of independent record stores.
What's Eating Todd? (2016)
When a birthday boy goes missing from a campout, his friends fear he has been taken by a flesh-eating freak.
Rolling Family (2004)
Familia rodante is a 2004 comedy drama film, written and directed by Pablo Trapero, and produced by various countries, including Argentina. The film's executive producers were Hugo Castro Fau and Martina Gusman, and it was produced by Pablo Trapero, Robert Bevan, and Donald Ranvaud.
Night Ripper! (1986)
A maniac stalks and murders models.
Los Bañistas (2014)
Anna travels to Serbia to make a photo documentary on refugees.
The Frontline (1993)
James rekindles his relationship with Marion after his release from a mental hospital.
The Fragility of Seconds (2008)
Three strangers find their fates fused together by a tragedy during a Revolution Day parade in Ojinaga, Mexico.
At the Villa Rose (1920)
At the Villa Rose is a 1920 British silent detective film based on the 1910 novel At the Villa Rose by British politician and author A.E.W. Mason. The feature was directed by Maurice Elvey and stars Manora Thew and Langhorn Burton. A print of the film survives at the British Film Institute archives.
One Of Our Own (2007)
One of Our Own is a 2007 independent drama film directed by Abe Levy.
Les violons du bal (1974)
Violins at the Ball (French: Les Violons du bal) is a 1974 French drama film directed by Michel Drach. It was entered into the 1974 Cannes Film Festival where Marie-José Nat won the award for Best Actress.
The Unwinking Gaze: The Inside Story of the Dalai Lama's Struggle for Tibet (2008)
The Dalai Lama struggles to negotiate Tibetan peace with China and ponders a successor.
Dans une galaxie près de chez vous 2 (2008)
A space crew must recover a vital machine from aliens.
Money to Burn (1973)
A convict (E.G. Marshall) fakes $1 million on the prison printing press and gives it to his wife (Mildred Natwick) to swap.
Not of this World (1991)
Only a divorced electrical engineer (Lisa Hartman) can stop an energy-eating alien heading for her power plant.
Quelqu'un de bien (2002)
In need of a liver transplant to save his life, an engaged man (Patrick Timsit) asks his estranged brother (Jos Garcia) for help.
The Hunt for the Hidden Relic (2002)
The Hunt for the Hidden Relic is a 2002 TV-film. The film is directed by Sebastian Niemann which stars Matthias Koeberlin, Naike Rivelli and Manou Lubowski.
It is based on the novel Jesus Video, by Andreas Eschbach.
Death Metal Angola (2014)
Death Metal Angola is a 2012 Portuguese music biographical film directed by Jeremy Xido.
The Offenders (1980)
Young men kidnap a performer and her father in this punk savage satire.
The Man in the Brown Suit (1989)
An American tourist (Stephanie Zimbalist) and her partner (Rue McClanahan) solve a robbery and a murder in Egypt.
The Perfect Clown (1925)
The Perfect Clown is a 1925 American silent slapstick comedy motion picture starring Larry Semon and Kate Price. It features an early screen appearance by Oliver Hardy. Directed by Fred C. Newmeyer, the screenplay was written by Thomas J. Crizer, who also wrote the subtitles along with Charlie Saxton.
A survey of the physical qualities and metaphysical quandaries of the border with Mexico.
Carlo Giuliani, Boy (2002)
Carlo Giuliani, Boy (Italian: Carlo Giuliani, ragazzo) is a 2002 Italian documentary film directed by Francesca Comencini. It was screened out of competition at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival. It details the death of Carlo Giuliani, who was shot dead by a police officer during the demonstrations against the Group of Eight in 2001.
During a search for ghosts, Chris and Ricky find themselves.
Nedunchalai is a 2014 Tamil docudrama crime thriller film written and directed by N. Krishna and produced by Aaju and C. Soundarajan. The film features Aari and Sshivada in the lead roles, with Prashant Narayanan in another pivotal role. The film released on 28 March 2014.
The Undead (1957)
The Undead is a 1957 horror film directed by Roger Corman starring Pamela Duncan, Allison Hayes, Richard Garland and Val Dufour. It follows the story of prostitute, Diana Love (Duncan), who is put into a hypnotic trance by psychic Quintis (Dufour), thus causing her to regress back to a previous life. Hayes later starred in Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958). The film was released by American International Pictures as a double feature with Voodoo Woman.
The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger (2014)
Dinosaurs invade Earth from outer space, but neither Tommy nor Stacey care, now that they've found each other. They escape the war, but wherever they go, conflict seems to follow.
The Crimson Blade (1963)
The Scarlet Blade (released in the United States as The Crimson Blade) is a 1963 British adventure film directed by John Gilling for Hammer Film Productions.
It is a period drama set during the English Civil War and stars Oliver Reed and Lionel Jeffries.
Shadow of the Hawk (1976)
Shadow of the Hawk is a 1976 American horror film directed by George McCowan and written by Norman Thaddeus Vane and Herbert Wright. The film stars Jan-Michael Vincent, Marilyn Hassett, Chief Dan George, Pia Shandel, Marianne Jones and Jacques Hubert. The film was released on July 14, 1976, by Columbia Pictures.
A political prisoner in the 18th Century Caribbean is sent to work out his sentence in back-breaking labor on an island plantation. But his love for the plantation owner's wife and his lust for freedom soon lead him to start an uprising against the brutal regime which enslaves the island's people. A commentary on dictatorship the world over this melodrama is rich with historical detail, and spiced with sex and sadism.
The Almost Guys (2006)
The Almost Guys is a 2004 American comedy film written and directed by Eric Fleming, produced by Andrea Michaud and starring an ensemble cast. It was filmed on 35mm in Southern California. Film locations included Los Angeles, Lancaster, Long Beach, Upland and Downey. Worldwide rights to the independently produced film were acquired by National Lampoon.
Instructions for a Light and Sound Machine (2006)
An attempt to transform a Roman Western into a Greek tragedy.
Infected is a 2008 Canadian made-for-television Action adventure science-fiction horror-thriller film, which was directed by Adam Weissman. The movie has been given extremely negative reviews by critics and criticized by local television viewers for its B-movie/Z-movie-style elements and low-grade cinematography, extremely cheap budget, lack of coherence, and fast-paced and improper storytelling. The film however, has developed a strong cult following among Google users who have seen the film. The film received an R-rating from the MPAA before its scheduled release in the United States in 2009.
Legacy is a 1998 action film starring David Hasselhoff and Donita Rose. It was directed by T. J. Scott and written by James Grady and Kevin Lund. It was released on October 9, 1998.
World Without Sun (1964)
World Without Sun (French: Le Monde sans soleil) is a 1964 French documentary film directed by Jacques-Yves Cousteau. The film was Cousteau's second to win an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, following The Silent World in 1956.
Sundown Saunders (1935)
Sundown Saunders is a 1935 American film directed by Robert N. Bradbury.
Call Me Marianna (2015)
Marianna prepares for gender reassignment surgery.
Feeding Mr. Baldwin (2013)
Worried that an inconvenient corpse will ruin his chance at full-time employment, a house-sitter (Dalton Leeb) coerces his friend (Anil Margsahayam) into helping him dispose of the body before the homeowner returns.
When Clouds Clear (2008)
Ecuadoran farmers oppose a Canadian company's plans to mine copper on their land.
A Winter of Cyclists (2013)
A Winter of Cyclists is a 2013 documentary film by Mike Prendergast. The film chronicles a group of Colorado participants as they attempt to complete a 52-day winter bicycle commuting challenge created by Scot Stucky.
The challenge, known as “The Icy Bike Winter Commuting Challenge”, was created to encourage people to cycle to work from October to March, during the darker, colder and the snowier months of the year.
The film captures the wide diversity in which riders adapt to new commuting logistics, adverse weather conditions and riding in the dark. And when the Colorado riders encounter an unexpected solidarity across the American continent and into Europe via Facebook, the film provides glimpses into a broader global winter cycling community that is just becoming aware of each other. Facebook Group members encourage each other, share weather reports, gear tips, and inspirational and touching personal stories. The film concludes with the results of the challenge and the riders reflection on their winter of cycling.
Tomorrow Is Always Too Long (2014)
A symphony orchestra performs a musical love letter to the city of Glasgow.
Paris of the North (2014)
Hugi, a recovering alcoholic, teaches in a remote village and quickly regrets letting his estranged hard-drinking father come to visit.
Above Us The Waves (1955)
Sir John Mills and Donald Sinden head a British cast in this World War II drama. The Battle of the Atlantic is raging and British ships are desperately needed. Most, however, are surrounding the deadly German battleship, Tirpitz. A plan is formulated to destroy it, but the only way is to use midget submarines. Will they succeed, and if so, at what cost? A gripping, action-packed battle from beginning to end.
Emotional Backgammon (2003)
Emotional Backgammon is a 2003 British independent comedy-drama about couples strategizing to repair relationships, with unexpected results. The film was written by Leon Herbert and Matthew Hope, directed by Herbert, and stars Herbert, Wil Johnson, Daniela Lavender, and Jacqueline de Peza. It is Herbert's first feature-length film. During its development it was featured on UK Channel 4's Movie Virgins series; upon its release, it received mixed reviews.
A Whale of a Tale (1976)
Young Joey wants to be an animal trainer so badly that he sneaks into off-limits areas of Marineland.
Meera is a 1979 Hindi language film by Gulzar. The film is based on the life of Meera, a Hindu saint-poet who renounced princely comforts in pursuit of her love for Lord Krishna. The film portrays the life and times of Meera from a historical perspective rather than a mythological one. Through Meera's life, Gulzar has shown a woman's struggle to find her independence, dignity and spiritual satisfaction in a society where women are supposed to be worthy of only taking care of the household chores. The epic soundtrack by Pt. Ravi Shankar features the lilting dulcet tones of the award-winning playback singer Vani Jairam, the tunes of which resound in every memory that reveres this winning combination of film music.
EDSA XXX: Nothing Ever Changes in the Ever-Changing Republic of Ek-Ek-Ek (2012)
In the year 2030, an island nation called Ek-Ek-Ek is embroiled in its 30th revolution.
The Shadow of the Cat (1961)
The Shadow of the Cat is a 1961 British horror film directed by John Gilling for Hammer Film Productions. It stars André Morell and Barbara Shelley. It was photographed in black-and-white by Arthur Grant.
Gasoline (Italian: Benzina) is a 2001 Italian crime film directed by Monica Stambrini. It is based on a novel by Elena Stancanelli.
Bienvenido Paisano (2006)
A man brings his two children to Mexico to show them their heritage.
Dato, a young filmmaker, has no money to make a movie, so he hangs out brooding all day.
Uneasy Terms (1948)
Uneasy Terms is a 1948 British thriller film directed by Vernon Sewell and starring Michael Rennie, Moira Lister and Faith Brook. It is based on a novel of the same name by Peter Cheyney.
Blood Sisters: Vamps 2 (2002)
The sisterhood of a happily married vampire threatens her life of stripping, dancing and blood smoothies.
Bad Blonde (1953)
The Flanagan Boy (released in the United States as Bad Blonde) is a 1953 British film noir directed by Reginald Le Borg. It was made by Hammer Film Productions and stars Barbara Payton, Tony Wright, Frederick Valk and Sid James. The Flanagan Boy was based on the novel of the same name by Max Catto.
The Bushwhacker (1968)
Plane crash survivors attempt to navigate their way to civilization while being mercilessly hunted by the murderous survivalist.
Brides is a 2014 Georgian-French film directed by Tinatin Kajrishvili. and produced by Gemini, Millimeter Films and ADASTRA Films.
Spirit of the Bull (2016)
The history and bloodline of famed fighting bull El Toron, responsible for goring two matadors.
Killing Moon (1999)
A scientist and a dishonest agent work toward different ends as a mysterious virus afflicts passengers on a flight to Hawaii.
Patrolman P (2013)
Exposing corruption within the New York Police Department.
A family man's obsession with a seductive beauty threatens to undo everything he has worked toward over the last 20 years.
The Land of College Prophets (2005)
The Land of College Prophets is a 2005 independent comedy film produced by the Hale Manor Collective, a trio of Connecticut filmmakers consisting of Mike Aransky, Phil Guerrette and Thomas Edward Seymour. The film mixes comedy with science-fiction in a tale of two brawling college students (Guerrette and Seymour) who accidentally reactivate a dormant well that spews toxic liquids into the surrounding community, resulting in abrupt and deadly changes within nature and people. The Land of College Prophets was shot in digital video on locations across Connecticut in 2003. The film premiered in New York in 2005,and later won five awards at the 2005 B-Movie Film Festival, including Best Picture. It also won the Best Picture Award at the 2005 New Haven Underground Film Festival and the Best Ensemble Award from Bare Bones International Film Festival. Reviews were generally positive, with Rick Curnutte of The Film Journal proclaiming that it “could easily become the first genuine cult hit of the DV era.” The film was released on DVD in 2005 by York Entertainment.
Kryptonita (English: Kryptonite) is a 2015 Argentine action-drama fantasy film co-written and directed by Nicanor Loreti and starring Pablo Rago, Lautaro Delgado, Juan Palomino and Diego Capusotto and based on the novel of the same name by Leonardo Oyola. The story uses Elseworlds' famous structure of alternative stories to adapt DC's Justice League superheroes to a suburban setting in Argentina, where Superman and his team are a gang with a low class background battling a corrupt police force and local versions of Doomsday and the Joker. It was officially released in the 2015 edition of the Mar del Plata International Film Festival.After the success of the film, it was announced that the story would be adapted as a TV series sequel for the Argentine cable television channel Space. The series is titled Nafta Super and it premiered on November 16 of 2016. Nafta Super is a direct sequel to the film, picking up a few months after the story for Kryptonita ended, and with most of the original cast returning for a total of eight episodes.
Game Show Dynamos (2015)
Bernard and Claire appear on national television game shows 28 times.
The Serpent's Egg (1977)
The Serpent's Egg is a 1977 American-West German drama film directed by Ingmar Bergman and starring David Carradine and Liv Ullmann. The story is set in 1920s Berlin and features English and German dialogue. It was Bergman's only Hollywood film. The title is taken from a line spoken by Brutus in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar: And therefore think him as a serpent's egg / Which hatch'd, would, as his kind grow mischievous; / And kill him in the shell.
The Serpent's Egg is considered one of Bergman's weaker efforts.
The Old Texas Trail (1944)
The Old Texas Trail is a 1944 American Western film directed by Lewis D. Collins and written by William Lively. The film stars Rod Cameron, Eddie Dew, Fuzzy Knight, Ray Whitley, Virginia Christine, Joseph J. Greene, Marjorie Clements, George Eldredge and Edmund Cobb. The film was released on December 15, 1944, by Universal Pictures.
Godmonster of Indian Flats (1973)
The mayor of a remote town schemes to profit from a sheep's monstrous offspring by putting it on display.
Rain of the Children (2008)
Rain of the Children is a 2008 feature film written, directed and produced by Vincent Ward.
In Rain of the Children, Ward further explores the subject of his earlier film, In Spring One Plants Alone when, as a young film student he travelled to the Ureweras and documented the lives of an elderly Māori woman (Puhi) and her schizophrenic son (Niki).
X-Rated Girl (1971)
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Ouija is a 2003 horror film set in Barcelona, Spain. A group of friends play with an Ouija board and make contact with spirits. Produced by Eleven Dreams, S.L.U.
The Eddie Black Story (2009)
A street-smart college freshman gets trapped in a world of crime after falling back in with a troubled childhood friend, who is second in command of a violent street gang.
After the Last River (2015)
In the shadows of a diamond mine, an indigenous village sees its community transform into a modern frontier.
Yesterday's Enemy (1959)
Yesterday's Enemy is a 1959 Hammer Films British war film in MegaScope directed by Val Guest and starring Stanley Baker, Guy Rolfe, Leo McKern and Gordon Jackson set in the Burma Campaign during World War II. It is based on a 1958 BBC teleplay by Peter R. Newman, who turned it into a three-act play in 1960. Gordon Jackson repeated his role from the BBC teleplay as Sgt. Ian Mackenzie. Columbia Pictures co-produced the film with Hammer Films in an agreement for five co-productions a year with Columbia providing half the finance. The film was shot on indoor sets in black and white and Megascope. The film has no musical score. Director Val Guest later said that Yesterday's Enemy was one of his films of which he was the most proud. In 2013, film magazine Total Film included Yesterday's Enemy in their list of 50 Amazing Films You've Probably Never Seen.
The TV play was reportedly based on a war crime perpetrated by a British army captain in Burma in 1942.
Rawhide Mail (1934)
Rawhide Mail is a 1934 American western film directed by Bernard B. Ray and starring Jack Perrin, Nelson McDowell and Chris-Pin Martin.