The Hot Box (1972)

The Hot Box is a 1972 women in prison film from Joe Viola and Jonathan Demme, who had previously made Angels Hard as They Come (1971) for New World Pictures. It was shot in the Philippines and was originally known as The Prescription Revolution.

Endgame (2001)

A couple (Corey Johnson, Toni Barry) befriends a violent gangster who keeps a young man (Daniel Newman) in his apartment for sexual reasons.

Under Capricorn (1949)

Under Capricorn is a 1949 British historical thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock about a couple in Australia who started out as lady and stable boy in Ireland, and who are now bound together by a horrible secret. The film was based on the novel Under Capricorn (1937) by Helen Simpson, with a screenplay by James Bridie. It was adapted to the screen by Hume Cronyn. This was Hitchcock's second film in Technicolor, and like the preceding color film Rope (1948), it also featured 10-minute takes. The film is set in colonial Sydney, New South Wales, Australia during the early 19th century. Under Capricorn is one of several Hitchcock films that are not typical thrillers; instead it is a mystery involving a love triangle. Hitchcock considered it to be one of his worst films and a disaster. Although the film is not exactly a murder mystery, it does feature a previous killing, a "wrong man" scenario, a sinister housekeeper, class conflict, and very high levels of emotional tension, both on the surface and underneath. The title "Under Capricorn" references the Tropic of Capricorn, which bisects Australia. Capricornus is a constellation; Capricorn is an astrological sign dominated by the goat, which is a symbol of sexual desire.

The Flying Saucer (1950)

The Flying Saucer is a 1950 independently made American black-and-white science fiction spy film, written by Howard Irving Young from an original story by Mikel Conrad who also produced, directed, and stars with Pat Garrison and Hantz von Teuffen. The film was distributed in the United States by Film Classics Inc. The Flying Saucer was re-released in 1953 in the U.S. by Realart Pictures Inc., on a double-bill with Atomic Monster, the retitled-reissue of Man Made Monster, originally released in 1941 by Universal Pictures. The Flying Saucer is the first feature film to deal with the (then) new and hot topic of flying saucers. Flying saucers, or alien craft shaped like flying disks or saucers, were first identified and given the popular name on June 24, 1947, when private pilot Kenneth Arnold reported nine silvery, crescent-shaped objects flying in tight formation. A newspaper reporter coined the snappy tagline, "flying saucers", which captured the public's imagination. The film has no relationship and should not be confused with the later Ray Harryhausen science fiction film Earth vs. the Flying Saucers, released by Columbia Pictures.

Stalingrad: Dogs, Do You Want to Live Forever? (1959)

Stalingrad: Dogs, Do You Want to Live Forever? (German: Hunde, wollt ihr ewig leben) is an 1959 West-German film, directed by Frank Wisbar and based on the eponymous novel by Fritz Wöss. The movie revolves around the Battle of Stalingrad. The title is drawn from Friedrich the Great's words when he saw his soldiers fleeing at Kolin: "You cursed rascals, do you want to live forever?"

Arizona Trail (1943)

Arizona Trail is a 1943 American Western film directed by Vernon Keays and starring Tex Ritter.

Thillana Mohanambal (1968)

Thillana Mohanambal is a 1968 Indian Tamil-language musical drama film written, directed and produced by A. P. Nagarajan. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Padmini and T. S. Balaiah in the lead roles, with A. V. M. Rajan, Nagesh and Manorama in supporting roles. It tells the story of Shanmugasundaram, a nadaswaram player who falls in love with Mohanambal, a Bharatanatyam dancer who reciprocates his feelings, but unfortunate circumstances and their egoistic nature prevents them from confessing their love for one another. How they overcome their self-created obstacles and those created by the people around them forms the rest of the story.

Vice Academy Part 3 (1991)

Two policewomen (Ginger Lynn Allen, Elizabeth Kaitan) must save the city from a green-haired woman (Julia Parton) out to harm the environment.

Forbidden (1954)

Proibito (English: Forbidden) is a 1954 Italian drama film directed by Mario Monicelli and starring Mel Ferrer.

Utah Blaine (1957)

Utah Blaine is a 1957 American Western film directed by Fred F. Sears and starring Rory Calhoun. It was based on a novel by Louis L'Amour.

Mehbooba (2008)

Mehbooba is a Bollywood romance film written, produced and directed by Afzal Khan. The story of the movie is based on a love-triangle, lead protagonists being Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt and Manisha Koirala. Music of the film was composed by Ismail Darbar. The film was released in India on 11 July 2008. The film was shot in 2000, but got delayed and released in 2008, 8 years after it was shot.

Customs Agent (1950)

Customs Agent is a 1950 American thriller film directed by Seymour Friedman and starring William Eythe, Marjorie Reynolds and Griff Barnett.

Forced Landing (1935)

Forced Landing is a 1935 American mystery film directed by Melville W. Brown and written by William Scott Darling. The film stars Esther Ralston, Onslow Stevens, Sidney Blackmer, Toby Wing, Edward Nugent and Barbara Pepper. The film was released on November 2, 1935, by Republic Pictures.

12 Hours of Terror (1990)

The Last Blood is a 1991 Hong Kong action film directed by Wong Jing and starring Alan Tam, Andy Lau, Eric Tsang and Bryan Leung. The film was released in the UK as Hard Boiled 2, although the film was made a year before John Woo's Hard Boiled and is otherwise unrelated to that film.

The Forger of London (1961)

The Forger of London (German:Der Fälscher von London) is a 1961 West German crime film directed by Harald Reinl and starring Karin Dor, Hellmut Lange and Siegfried Lowitz. It is an adaptation of Edgar Wallace's novel The Forger, and part of a long-running series of German Wallace films made during the decade.

Bear Raid Warden (1944)

As an overzealous air-raid warden, Barney Bear contends with a noisy owl and a pesky firefly while patrolling the woods.

A Line in the Sand (2014)

Assassins track down a former spy who used to report on Iranian weapons programs for the British government.

Undefeated (2011)

Chronicles three underprivileged students from inner-city Memphis and their volunteer coach who tries to help them beat the odds on and off the field.

Surrender (2003)

Na�ve newcomer, Georgia, is thrust into the intoxicating life of her charismatic lesbian housemate. Salene is a struggling writer trying to escape a haunted past by submerging herself into research about S/M. As their mutual attraction ignites, Georgia joins Salene in a tour of the S/M underground scene. When a murder occurs in an underground club, Salene is the prime suspect. While the shock of the murder, accusation brings Salene back to the mainstream, roles are reversed and Georgia takes in the role of the dominatrix. The two embark on an underground journey of whippings, submission and hot lesbian sex at bath time.

First Love, Last Rites (1998)

First Love, Last Rites is a 1997 American romantic drama film directed by Jesse Peretz and starring Natasha Gregson Wagner and Giovanni Ribisi. It is based on the short story of the same name by Ian McEwan.

Baat Ban Jaye (1986)

Baat Ban Jaye is a 1986 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Bharat Rangachary, starring Sanjeev Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, Utpal Dutt, Raj Babbar, Zeenat Aman, Amol Palekar, Aruna Irani and Shakti Kapoor.This film is Inspired from the 1964 Hollywood film "What a way to go".

The Gift (2003)

The Gift is a 2003 documentary film by filmmaker Louise Hogarth documenting the phenomenon of deliberate HIV infection; bugchasing. The film follows the stories of two "bug chasers" who are seeking "the gift" of HIV infection. Interviews are also conducted with AIDS activist and author, Walt Odets, PhD, and HIV positive and negative men. The film explores the normalization and glamorization of HIV/AIDS and discusses the isolation and division caused by HIV status in the gay community.

Room to Breathe (2013)

At-risk students at a San Francisco middle school try mindfulness meditation to improve their grades and lessen behavioral problems.

Here Comes Elmer (1943)

Here Comes Elmer is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Joseph Santley and written by Stanley Davis and Jack Townley. The film stars Al Pearce, Dale Evans, Frank Albertson, Gloria Stuart, Wally Vernon and Nick Cockrane. The film was released on November 15, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

Romance Rides the Range (1936)

A former opera singer (Fred Scott) heads West to prevent outlaws from acquiring land that holds buried treasure.

Diner en Blanc: the World's Largest Dinner Party (2013)

The evolution, orchestration and challenges of organizing the world's largest dinner.

Rocky Rhodes (1934)

Rocky Rhodes is a 1934 American Western film directed by Alfred Raboch and written by Edward Churchill. The film stars Buck Jones, Sheila Terry, Stanley Fields, Walter Miller, Alfred P. James and Paul Fix. The film was released on September 24, 1934, by Universal Pictures.

The Rose King (1986)

A mentally unstable woman (Magdalena Montezuma) and her son move to a sprawling mansion in Portugal to grow roses.

Buddha Heads (2002)

An ex-convict (Calvin Jung) tries to convince his younger brother (Eddie Mui) to quit a vicious gang.

Best Man: 'Best Boy' and All of Us Twenty Years Later (1998)

Filmmaker Ira Wohl's follow-up to his Oscar-winning "Best Boy" profiles his mentally impaired cousin at age 70.

San Francisco Docks (1941)

The San Francisco Docks is a 1940 film directed by Arthur Lubin and starring Burgess Meredith, Barry Fitzgerald, and Irene Hervey.

Invitation Only (2009)

Invitation Only (絕命派對 or Jue ming pai dui) is a Taiwanese horror film directed by Kevin Ko and released in April 2009. The film was billed as "Taiwan's First-Ever Slasher Horror".

Hyperfutura (2013)

Hyperfutura is a 2013 science fiction film from American filmmaker James O'Brien, starring Eric Kopatz, Karen Corona, Gregory Kiem, Scott Donovan, Celine Brigitte, Alysse Cobb, Lionel Heredia, Gary Kohn, Edward Romero and William Moore. It draws elements from the mashup video movement, Ed Wood, time travel and transhumanism, and pays homage to such counterculture works as The Church of the SubGenius and the fictional experimental filmmaker James Orin Incandenza from the David Foster Wallace novel Infinite Jest. Utilizing both stock footage and a live action narrative, it takes the viewer on a psychedelic voyage into the subconscious of a hybrid robot human sent back in time. The film is based on the epic poem Hyperfutura by Eric Kopatz. The screenplay is by James O'Brien. The film was edited by Brando McClure and Ron Soha, with cinematography by Ama MacDonald, visual effects by John Younger and sound design by Jesse Bilson. It has been compared to Spectres of the Spectrum by experimental filmmaker Craig Baldwin, Eraserhead by David Lynch and the cinema of Andy Warhol. Hyperfutura premiered in Santa Monica, California, in July 2012 at the video store Vidiots. It was released by PanGlobal Entertainment worldwide in 2013.

Arctic Flight (1952)

Arctic Flight is a 78-minute 1952 drama film , directed by Lew Landers and produced by Monogram Pictures. The film stars Wayne Morris, Alan Hale Jr. and Lola Albright. Arctic Flight depicts bush pilot flying in the Arctic on the edge of the International Date Line, involving Soviet intrigue.

Storm Over Bengal (1938)

Storm Over Bengal is a 1938 adventure film that was nominated at the 11th Academy Awards for Best Score, the nomination was for Cy Feuer. Set during the British Raj, the film's working title was Bengal Lancer Patrol. The film was shot in Owens Valley, California. The film stars Patric Knowles in his first film after leaving Warner Bros. as well as Richard Cromwell and Douglass Dumbrille who played similar roles in Lives of a Bengal Lancer.

Oi dau dai (2008)

Internet users decide the fate of a love triangle involving two friends who fall for the same guy.

Wharf Angel (1934)

Wharf Angel (1934) is an American drama film directed by William Cameron Menzies and George Somnes and starring Victor McLaglen, Dorothy Dell, David Landau, and Preston Foster. Wharf Angel was the first screenplay of Stephen Morehouse Avery.

Youth Will Be Served (1940)

Youth Will Be Served is a 1940 American musical film, directed by Otto Brower. It stars Jane Withers, Kent Taylor, and Kay Aldridge.

The Cleaner (2012)

The Cleaner (Spanish: El limpiador) is a 2012 Peruvian drama film written and directed by Adrián Saba. The film was selected as the Peruvian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

Penthouse Rhythm (1945)

Penthouse Rhythm is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Edward F. Cline and written by Stanley Roberts and Howard Dimsdale. The film stars Kirby Grant, Lois Collier, Edward Norris, Maxie Rosenbloom, Eric Blore, Minna Gombell and Edward Brophy. The film was released on June 22, 1945, by Universal Pictures.

Brides of Blood (1968)

Brides of Blood is a 1968 Filipino horror film, directed by Eddie Romero. It was the first movie actor John Ashley made in the Philippines, beginning a long association between Ashley and that country.

Midnight Cabaret (2012)

A college senior embarks on a journey of self-discovery after an encounter with his high school bully.

Esther and the King (1960)

Ester e il re (English Translation: Esther and the King) is a 1960 Italian / American international co-production religious epic film directed (with Mario Bava, the film's director of photography, who was credited as a co-director on Italian prints of the film), written, and produced by Raoul Walsh. It was made in Cinemascope and DeLuxe Color, and produced at 20th Century Fox/ Raoul Walsh Productions, and was released by 20th Century Fox. Joan Collins stars as Esther. Based on the Old Testament, this epic recreates the Book of Esther, the tale that is the basis for the Jewish celebration of Purim.

Tutti giù (2012)

Three sports-oriented teenagers (Lara Gut, Yanick Cohades, Nicola Perot) come to a realization about their lives.

The Revenant (2009)

This breakout horror comedy centers around a fallen soldier who somehow finds he has joined the ranks of the living dead. Bart Gregory (Anders) has just recently been laid to rest - so why is he still up and walking around? The only way he can keep himself from diminishing to dust is to supply himself with a constant supply of fresh blood. He quickly decides to do law enforcement a favor by cleaning up the streets.

My Brothers (2010)

Three young siblings (Timmy Creed, Paul Courtney, TJ Griffin) hop a decrepit bakery van and embark on a journey across Ireland to find a new watch for their dying father.

The Raftman's Razor (2005)

Two teenage boys follow a superhero's story.

Crime on a Summer Morning (1965)

Crime on a Summer Morning (French: Par un beau matin d'été) is a 1965 French crime film directed by Jacques Deray and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo. The film is based on the 1963 novel One Bright Summer Morning written by James Hadley Chase.

The Crime Patrol (1936)

The Crime Patrol is a 1936 American film directed by Eugene Cummings.

Boy (1969)

Boy (少年, Shōnen) is a 1969 Japanese film directed by Nagisa Oshima, starring Tetsuo Abe, Akiko Koyama and Fumio Watanabe.

Crime Takes a Holiday (1938)

Crime Takes a Holiday is a 1938 American crime film directed by Lewis D. Collins and written by Jefferson Parker, Henry Altimus and Charles Logue. The film stars Jack Holt, Marcia Ralston, Russell Hopton, Douglass Dumbrille, Arthur Hohl, Thomas E. Jackson and John Wray. The film was released on October 5, 1938, by Columbia Pictures.

Heerak Rajar Deshe (1980)

Hirak Rajar Deshe is an Indian Bengali dystopian film, sequel to the 1969 film Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne and the second installment of Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne series directed by Satyajit Ray. A unique aspect of the film is that most of the dialogues exchanged by the protagonists of the film are rhyming. The only person who did not speak in rhyme was the teacher, symbolizing that though the thoughts of everybody else are bound, the teacher was a free-thinker. The film was followed by the third film of the series directed by Satyajit Ray and assisted,camera and colourotography by his son Sandip Ray.

TT3D: Closer to the Edge (2011)

TT3D: Closer to the Edge is a British documentary film by first time director Richard de Aragues. The film is narrated by Jared Leto and charts the Isle of Man TT motorcycle race that takes place on the Isle of Man every year. It follows the leading riders in the 2010 race, most notably Guy Martin and Ian Hutchinson. It was shot in 3D, and charts the racers' dedication and the risks involved in their bid to become King of the Mountain. The film was released to the public in 2011 to critical acclaim and was a financial success. Grossing $2 million, it is the seventh highest-grossing documentary in the United Kingdom.

Night Runner (2009)

Based on the novel by Hugo Burel.

Final Take: The Golden Age of Movies (1986)

Final Take is a 1986 Japanese drama film directed by Yoji Yamada. It was Japan's submission to the 59th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Stations of the Elevated (1981)

Stations of the Elevated is a 1981 documentary film by Manfred Kirchheimer about graffiti in New York City. It debuted at the New York Film Festival. It was re-released June 27, 2014 and shown at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and will be re-released throughout the United States in the fall of 2014. Reviews were generally positive.

Korolevskaya regata (1966)

Rowers prepare for an international competition.

The Falls (2012)

Two missionaries travel to a small town to preach the words of Joseph Smith and fall in love during their stay.

I Love Beijing (2001)

I Love Beijing is a 2000 Chinese film directed by Ning Ying. It constitutes the third film in Ning's "Beijing Trilogy," a loose coterie of films detailing the rapid changes that have befallen Beijing in recent decades. In this final installment, a recently divorced cabdriver, Desi feels disconnected from the modern city of Beijing as he picks up fares around the city, all while engaging in a series of short-term relationships with the various women he meets.

Where the Sky Meets the Land (2000)

Where the Sky Meets the Land (German: Wo der Himmel die Erde berührt) is a 2000 documentary film written and produced by Frank Müller. The film features Kyrgyzstan, the home of poet Tschingis Aitmatov and his characters, encounters with nomads, Kyrgyz traditions and the impressive scenery.

Take Care of Your Scarf, Tatiana (1994)

Take Care of Your Scarf, Tatiana (Finnish: Pidä huivista kiinni, Tatjana), also translated as Take Care of Your Scarf, Tatjana, is a 1994 Finnish/German film directed, produced and co-written by Aki Kaurismäki. The film tells the story of two shy and unaccomplished middle-aged men who run away from their mothers' homes and drive aimlessly on the back roads of Finland.

Bottled Life: Nestle's Business with Water (2012)

Nestlé dominates the global business in bottled water. Swiss journalist Res Gehringer has investigated this money-making phenomena. His journey reveals the schemes and strategies of the most powerful food and beverage company on our planet.

The Dead One (1961)

The Dead One, also known as Blood of the Zombie, is a 1961 independent film created and directed by Barry Mahon. It starred John McKay and Linda Ormond.

A Dangerous Adventure (1937)

A Dangerous Adventure is a 1937 American drama film directed by D. Ross Lederman.

Titeuf: The Movie (2011)

Titeuf (French: Titeuf, le film) is a 2011 French 3D animated family comedy film directed by Zep, based on his Titeuf comic books. The film was released on April 6, 2011.

Semisweet: Life in Chocolate (2012)

Three people from around the world share a connection through chocolate.

Friends and Family (2001)

Friends & Family is a 2001 gay-themed comedy film.

Just Like Us (2011)

Just Like Us is a 2010 documentary about a comedy tour of international comedians throughout the middle east. Directed by Egyptian-American actor/comedian, Ahmed Ahmed, the film premiered at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival.

Dangerous Nan McGrew (1930)

Dangerous Nan McGrew is a 1930 Pre-Code American comedy starring Helen Kane, Victor Moore and James Hall.

Dangerous Paradise (1930)

Dangerous Paradise is a 1930 American Pre-Code drama film directed by William A. Wellman and starring Nancy Carroll, Richard Arlen and Warner Oland. The film is an adaptation of Joseph Conrad's 1915 novel Victory, with the significant change of a happy ending introduced to the plot which acknowledged a similar change made in the 1919 silent film Victory directed by Maurice Tourneur. As was common in the early years of sound, Dangerous Paradise was remade in several different languages by Paramount at the Joinville Studios in Paris.

Noroît (1976)

Noroît (Une vengeance) is a 1976 experimental adventure fantasy drama directed by Jacques Rivette. The title is an alteration of nord-ouest (north-west), meaning the direction or the wind from that direction (in English, a "nor'wester"). The story is loosely based on Thomas Middleton's The Revenger's Tragedy. The film stars Geraldine Chaplin and Bernadette Lafont as pirates. Noroît would have followed Duelle (1976) as the third episode of the intended four-film series Scènes de la vie parallèle (the first being a supernatural love story and the fourth a musical).

I Love Budapest (2001)

Aniko (Gabriella Hamori) is a small-town girl with big-city dreams. She arrives in Budapest, Hungary, seeking excitement and aspiring to glamour but soon has to settle for an inauspicious factory job. She and her blue-collar boyfriend, Miki (Sndor Csnyi), often carouse with her friend Moni (Martina Kovacs) and her wealthy beau, Krisztian (Tamas Lengyel). Before long, Aniko and Miki grow jealous of their rich pals. So to make some fast cash, Miki takes to the treacherous world of drug dealing.

Fatty Finn (1980)

Fatty Finn is a 1980 Australian film, directed by Maurice Murphy and starring Ben Oxenbould with Rebecca Rigg. It is based on the 1930s cartoon-strip character, Fatty Finn, created by Syd Nicholls and is loosely based on the 1927 silent film, The Kid Stakes.

Landscape Suicide (1987)

Landscape Suicide is a 1987 American crime and drama film directed and produced by James Benning. The film starring Rhonda Bell and Elion Sucher in the lead roles.

The Interval (2012)

Two teenagers are forced together in an abandoned building in Naples.

Whang long xue bei (1977)

Employees of a Japanese transportation company and a Chinese forwarding agency clash in a bloody conflict.

Pata Nahi Rabb Kehdeyan Rangan Ch Raazi (2012)

Pata Nahi Rabb Kehdeyan Rangan Ch Raazi is a 2012 Punjabi film starring Neeru Bajwa, Tarun Khanna, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Amar Noorie in lead roles. It's directed by Ravinder Peepat and Produced by Harman and Jasmeet Singh Judge Films Production Pvt. Ltd. The film is released by Kapil Batra Films Production House.

Disc Jockey (1951)

Disc Jockey is a 1951 American film.

Night Wind (1999)

Le Vent de la nuit (Night Wind in English) is a French drama film that came out in 1999, starring Catherine Deneuve and directed by Philippe Garrel, with a score by John Cale. It tells a story of transient loves and willed deaths, in which a callow young man abandons an older woman and loses a wiser friend.

Borrowed Hero (1941)

Borrowed Hero is a 1941 American film directed by Lewis D. Collins.

Which Way Home (1991)

Which Way Home is a 1991 mini series about a nurse who flees Cambodia.

Boss of Boomtown (1944)

Boss of Boomtown is a 1944 Western film directed by Ray Taylor. It stars Rod Cameron, Tom Tyler and Fuzzy Knight.

The Great Squeeze (2009)

An investigation of our dependence on cheap energy.

Life in Stills (2011)

The owner of a photo shop and her grandson fight to save their business and nearly 1 million negatives that document Israel's history.

H (1990)

H is a 1990 Canadian film written, directed, and produced by Darrell Wasyk.

You Got to Move (1985)

In 1932 the Highlander Folk School was founded in rural Tennessee to provide a focal point for the burgeoning Appalachian labor movement. Years later, in the 1950s, the center would play a pivotal role in the American Civil Rights Movement, training a number of famous and lesser-known advocates for social change. Using interviews and footage from the era, documentarians Lucy Massie Phenix and Veronica Selver chronicle the lives of people who have benefited as a result of efforts by the school.

Bromo and Juliet (1926)

Bromo and Juliet is a 1926 American silent comedy film starring Charley Chase with an appearance by Oliver Hardy. A print of the film survives in the film archive at the Library of Congress. The title refers to Romeo and Juliet and Bromo-Seltzer a brand of antacid.

Cheer Up (1936)

A couple of out of work songwriters try to persuade a wealthy stockbroker to back them. But he turns out to be broke as they are. A series of mistaken identities, misunderstandings and general confusion as our heroes attempt to make a living as songwriters in 1930s Britain.

The Impersonator (1960)

The Impersonator is a 1961 low-budget black and white British thriller film directed and co-written by Alfred Shaughnessy. An American angle and U.S. character actor John Crawford were incorporated to give this second feature some transatlantic box office appeal.

Rolie Polie Olie: The Great Defender of Fun (2002)

It's little sister Zowie's birthday party, and everybody's gearing up for the party. But there's a storm cloud overhead: space pirate Gloomius Maximus is out to plunder all the happiness out of the whole galaxy. Can Olie and his friends find a way to defeat Gloomius's evil plot and save the universe from being "un-fun-erated?"

Possessed (2009)

Living Death is a 2009 South Korean horror film written and directed by Lee Yong-ju. The film received 248,503 admissions in South Korea.

The Pirate's Curse (2005)

A mercenary is caught up in a mysterious woman's quest to find buried treasure before her rival twin does.

Father, Son & Holy Cow (2011)

Bogdan retires from playing the piano and moves to his mother's little farm.

Chicago Calling (1952)

Chicago Calling is a 1951 film noir directed by John Reinhardt. It centers on a man trying to find enough money to continue a phone call from his wife telling him about the current state of their daughter.

Desperation Highway (1998)

A sheriff pursues the obsessed assailant who tried to murder a local woman.

Night Of The Ghouls (1984)

Night of the Ghouls is a 1958 horror film (not released until 1984), written and directed by Ed Wood, and a sequel of sorts to the 1955 film Bride of the Monster. Tor Johnson returned to the role of Lobo, first seen in Bride, Paul Marco plays the familiar character of Kelton, while the Amazing Criswell plays himself in the frame story of the film. Another returning character is Police Captain Robbins of Homicide (although he is played Harvey B. Dunn in Bride, and by Johnny Carpenter in Night. However Dunn does appear in Night, albeit playing a different character). Although the film was shot in 1958, it was not released theatrically or on television, and was thought to be lost. It was finally released directly to video in 1984.

The Last Soul on a Summer Night (2012)

A man moves into a Chicago Heights boarding house filled with lost and lonely souls struggling with their personal demons.

Teenage Cave Man (1958)

Teenage Caveman (a.k.a. Out of the Darkness in the UK) is an independently made 1958 black-and-white science fiction adventure film, produced and directed by Roger Corman, that stars Robert Vaughn and Darah Marshall. Teenage Caveman was released theatrically on a double bill with How to Make a Monster. The film was originally shot as Land of Prehistoric Women, but the title was changed by its distributor, American International Pictures. Years later, Corman stated in an interview, "I never directed a film called Teenage Caveman". Lead actor Vaughn stated in an interview that he considered Teenage Caveman to be the worst film ever made. It was later featured on the mocking television series Mystery Science Theater 3000.

The Black Widow (1951)

Vernon Sewell, a mercurial filmmaker who preferred to lens his pictures on chunks of his own property, was the director of Black Widow. We don't know which of Sewell's real estate holdings served as the locale for this amnesia meller. We can, however, tell you that the film was inspired by the BBC radio serial "Return from Darkness." Returning from you-know-where is Robert Ayres, who learns that his wife (Christine Norden) is planning to bump him off with the help of her boyfriend (Anthony Forwood). Ayres continues feigning a loss of memory until he is able to get the drop on his would-be murderers.

Putty Hill (2010)

Putty Hill is a 2010 American independent drama film directed by Matthew Porterfield, and starring Sky Ferreira, Zoe Vance, and James Siebor. The plot focuses on friends and family who gather to remember a young man in the aftermath of his death and attempt to reconstruct his last days.