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.

Plan for Destruction (1943)

Plan for Destruction is a 1943 American short propaganda film directed by Edward Cahn. It looks at the Geopolitik ideas of the ex-World War I professor, General Karl Haushofer, who is portrayed as the head of a huge organisation for gathering information of strategic value and the mastermind behind Hitler's wars and plans to enslave the world. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

R&B Chick (2008)

Sterling travels to Los Angeles to make her dreams of becoming an R&B singer come true. She ends up living out of her car until a music producer makes her ambitions possible.

The Fall of Night (2007)

A hunted musician has to confront his past life while trapped in the high desert.

The Legends Of Nethiah (2012)

A troubled boy's grandfather (Robert Picardo) tells him stories about a great hero (Jeremiah Sayys) in a far-off fantasy land.

Puttin' on the Ritz (1930)

Puttin' On the Ritz is a 1930 musical film directed by Edward Sloman and starring Harry Richman, Joan Bennett, and James Gleason. The screenplay was written by Gleason and William K. Wells based on a story by John W. Considine, Jr. It was the first of many films to feature the popular song "Puttin' On the Ritz", which was written and published by Irving Berlin in 1929.

Merry In-Laws (2012)

A surprise awaits a single mother (Kassia Warshawski) when she becomes engaged to the son (Lucas Bryant) of Santa Claus (George Wendt).

Candidate for Murder (1962)

The professional killer Kersten arrives in England and is hired by Donald Edwards to murder his wife Helene. But Helene's lover Robert Vaughan discovers the plot and he trails Kersten and Edwards to a country cottage.

Devils Racecourse (2009)

A group of college students on a hiking trip stumble into the middle of a government conspiracy and have to fight or flee from those determined to keep the secret from ever getting out.

Three Ruthless Ones (1964)

Three brothers (a sheriff, an outlaw and a rancher), all independently seek justice for the murder of their father in this violent tale of revenge.

The Mark: Redemption (2013)

Chad (Craig Sheffer) and Dao (Sonia Couling) parachute from Flight 777 and descend into a world of madness. They are hunted by mercenaries searching for a biochip, and Chad is forced to use all of his elite skills to outrun and outlast his enemies.

Wild Brian Kent (1936)

Wild Brian Kent is a 1936 American drama film directed by Howard Bretherton and starring Ralph Bellamy, Mae Clarke and Helen Lowell.

Bicycling With Moliere (2013)

Bicycling with Molière (French: Alceste à bicyclette) is a 2013 French comedy-drama film directed by Philippe Le Guay. In January 2014, the film received three nominations at the 39th César Awards.

Children of Nature (1991)

Children of Nature (Icelandic: Börn náttúrunnar) is a 1991 Icelandic film directed by Friðrik Þór Friðriksson. It was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar at the 64th Academy Awards.

Vapid Shallow Models Must Die! (2006)

A fat photographer murders beautiful models after his dreams of being a runway star are dashed.

The Inn on Dartmoor (1964)

A young artist aids a policeman in discovering what became of six prison escapees who disappeared without a trace.

Das Geheimnis der schwarzen Witwe (1963)

The Secret of the Black Widow (German: Das Geheimnis der schwarzen Witwe) is a 1963 German crime film directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb and starring O. W. Fischer.

Bowling (2012)

Four women team up to stop the local maternity ward from closing.

People of No Importance (1956)

People of No Importance (French: Des gens sans importance) is a 1956 French drama film directed by Henri Verneuil.

Cryptz (2002)

Three rap artists are lured into a nightclub populated by female vampires who want to add them to their menu.

The Panther Squad (1984)

Future united nations pit a commando (Sybil Danning) and her squad against a terrorist group called Clean Space.

Tout ce que tu possèdes (2012)

All That You Possess (French: Tout ce que tu possèdes) is a Canadian drama film, released in 2012. Written and directed by Bernard Émond, the film stars Patrick Drolet as Pierre Leduc, a doctoral student and university lecturer in Quebec City who dreams of abandoning his academic career to translate the poetry of Edward Stachura. The film garnered three nominations at the 1st Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Director and Best Original Screenplay nods for Émond and Best Actor for Drolet.

Sweet Destiny (2004)

Pink Ludoos (English: Pink Laddu) is a 2004 film about a Sikh family in Canada. The film deals with gender and caste issues.

The Suspect (1998)

The Suspect is a 1998 Hong Kong action film written and directed by Ringo Lam and starring Louis Koo, Julian Cheung, Simon Yam, Ray Lui, Ada Choi and Eric Moo

Un amore in prima classe (1980)

Un amore in prima classe (internationally released as Love in First Class) is a 1980 Italian comedy film directed by Salvatore Samperi.

Not My Kid (1985)

Not My Kid is a 1985 American made-for-television drama film directed by Michael Tuchner, which was based on a 1984 book of the same name by Beth Polson and Miller Newton. The movie aired on CBS in the United States, and had a VHS release both there and in the United Kingdom, with ITC handling distribution rights.

3 Backyards (2012)

From writer-director Eric Mendelsohn, the only two-time winner of the directing prize at Sundance (first for JUDY BERLIN, also starring EDIE FALCO) comes 3 BACKYARDS, the story of three residents of the same town over the course of one seemingly perfect Autumn day.

Treasure of the Aztecs (1965)

Der Schatz der Azteken (Treasure of the Aztecs) is a 1965 West German, French and Italian western film adventure directed by Robert Siodmak.

Le brasier ardent (1923)

Elle is unhappy with her husband and tries to seduce a man he resists her attentions, and she stays with her husband.

Every Day Is a Holiday (2010)

Every Day Is a Holiday is a 2009 film by the Lebanese director Dima El-Horr. The film is on the official selection of 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. It is the first feature film by Dima El-Horr.

Taken By Storm: The Art Of Storm Thorgerson And Hipgnosis (2011)

Artist Storm Thorgerson has designed some of rock music's most iconic album covers, including Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon."

Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman (2012)

Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman, also known under its original release title of Tráiganme la cabeza de la mujer metralleta, is a 2012 Chilean action comedy that was directed by Ernesto Díaz Espinoza. The film had its world premiere on 23 September 2012 at the Austin Fantastic Fest and was released in Chile on 23 May 2013.

Love Her Madly (2000)

Three obsessed men are suspects in the murder of a sexy college coed.

Smoked (2012)

After three stoners try to rob a pot club, they are hunted by notorious killers.

The Newcomers (2000)

The Newcomers is a 2000 American family drama film directed by James Allen Bradley and starring Christopher McCoy, Kate Bosworth, Paul Dano and Chris Evans. Christopher McCoy plays Sam Docherty, a boy who moves to Vermont with his family, hoping to make a fresh start away from the city. It was filmed in Vermont, and released by Artist View Entertainment and MTI Home Video.

Running Out of Time (1999)

Running Out of Time is a 1999 Hong Kong action thriller film produced and directed by Johnnie To and starring Andy Lau as a cancer-ridden criminal who challenges a police negotiator, played by Lau Ching-wan, to a 72-hour battle of wits and courage. Andy Lau won his first Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor in 2000 for his performance in the film. The film was followed by a sequel, Running Out of Time 2, which was released in 2001.

Underground (2010)

After his parents die, a young man realizes how cruel life can be.

Lunch (2012)

Sid Caesar, Carl Reiner, Arthur Hiller, Monty Hall and other legends of TV comedy gather twice monthly at Factor's Famous Deli for an invitation-only luncheon.

On the Mat (2012)

Wrestlers at Lake Stevens High School face a tumultuous season as they take aim at their fourth state title in five years.

When the Tenth Month Comes (1984)

A young Vietnamese woman hides her husband's wartime death from her in-laws.

Farmageddon (2011)

A filmmaker explores the assertion that government regulations benefit agri-business and threaten small farms.

Montand (1994)

Filmmaker Jean Labib profiles Yves Montand, a singer who gained critical attention as a serious actor.

Charge of the Black Lancers (1962)

Charge of the Black Lancers is a 1962 adventure film directed by Giacomo Gentilomo and starring Mel Ferrer, Yvonne Furneaux and Leticia Román.

Black Midnight (1949)

Black Midnight is a 1949 American film directed by Budd Boetticher.

Koch (2013)

Former Mayor Ed Koch was the quintessential New Yorker. Ferocious, charismatic, and hilariously blunt, Koch, who died in February at the age of 88, ruled New York from 1978 to 1989—a down-and-dirty decade of grit, graffiti, near-bankruptcy and rampant crime. First-time filmmaker (and former Wall Street Journal reporter) Neil Barsky has crafted an intimate and revealing portrait of this intensely private man, his legacy as a political titan, and the town he helped transform. The tumult of his three terms included a fiercely competitive 1977 election; an infamous 1980 transit strike; the burgeoning AIDS epidemic; landmark housing renewal initiatives; and an irreparable municipal corruption scandal. Through candid interviews and rare archival footage, Koch thrillingly chronicles the personal and political toll of running the world’s most wondrous city in a time of upheaval and reinvention.

Mo fa a ma (1998)

This Taiwanese animated film follows a young boy named Dou-Dou as he adjusts to life with his grandmother while his mother is away. While initially bored with his new surroundings, he discovers that his grandma is a supernatural expert who regularly contends with ghosts. Soon circumstances make it possible for Dou-Dou to see and interact with spirits, too, resulting in plenty of paranormal adventures as he meets specters of various dispositions, including the gentle apparition of a young girl.

The Destiny of Lesser Animals (2011)

Inspector Koomsin (Yao B. Nunoo) begins a crime-laden journey to escape his past and return to America.

Family Affair (2010)

Family Affair is a documentary film directed by Chico Colvard, exploring a history of abuse that had gone on inside his family, as a child. The movie was produced by Chico Colvard and Liz Garbus. It opened theatrically in Los Angeles on July 30, 2010 and opened in New York City on August 13, 2010 at the 14th Annual DocuWeeks. The film is a joint venture between OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network and Discovery Communications.

Radiostars (2012)

Radiostars is a 2012 French comedy film co-written and directed by Romain Levy.

The Black Parachute (1944)

The Black Parachute is a 1944 American film starring John Carradine and Larry Parks.

NoNAMES (2010)

Kevin fights to find a new life after 30 years of going nowhere.

Way of the Morris (2011)

Way of the Morris is a 2011 64-minute documentary about Morris dancing by Tim Plester and Rob Curry.

Tribu (2007)

Tribu is a 2007 Filipino crime drama film directed by Jim Libiran, released in its home country of the Philippines. It stars real life gang members from the film's setting in Tondo, Manila. The tagline is: "Every night, juvenile tribes prowl the streets of Tondo. An explosive hiphop, freestyle gangsta celebration of inner city Manila."

Play In The Gray (2009)

All the King's Men, a Boston-based drag-king troupe, is a theatrical group of women.

Stella Dallas (1925)

Stella Dallas is a 1925 American silent film that was produced by Samuel Goldwyn, adapted by Frances Marion, and directed by Henry King. The film stars Ronald Colman, Belle Bennett, Lois Moran, Alice Joyce, Jean Hersholt, and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Prints of the film survive in several film archives.

Toughlove (1985)

Toughlove is a 1985 American TV movie starring Lee Remick and directed by Glenn Jordan.

Blind Spot (1947)

Blind Spot is a 1947 American mystery thriller film noir directed by Robert Gordon, and starring Chester Morris, Constance Dowling and Steven Geray.

The Cosmic Man (1959)

The Cosmic Man is a 1959 independently made black-and-white science fiction film, produced by Harry Marsh and Robert A. Terry, directed by Herbert S. Greene, that stars John Carradine and Bruce Bennett. The film was distributed by Allied Artists.

Allons z'enfants (1981)

A former soldier sends his reluctant son (Lucas Belvaux) to a military school where the cadet clashes with the commanding officers.

Border Wolves (1938)

Border Wolves is a 1938 American Western film directed by Joseph H. Lewis and written by Norton S. Parker. The film stars Bob Baker, Constance Moore, Fuzzy Knight, Dick Jones, Willie Fung, Oscar O'Shea and Frank Campeau. The film was released on February 25, 1938, by Universal Pictures.

Sword of Heaven (1985)

A Japanese cop/martial arts expert is on vacation in Los Angeles when he receives an ancient samurai sword with mystical powers. Utilizing the power of the sword, he breaks up an extortion ring operated by a corrupt cop and a ruthless commando.

Dive! (2010)

Dive! is an American documentary film directed by Jeremy Seifert.

Make a Fake (2011)

Make a Fake (Italian: Senza arte né parte) is a 2011 Italian comedy film written and directed by Giovanni Albanese. For his performance, Giuseppe Battiston won the Nastro d'Argento for Best Supporting Actor. The film was also nominated for the Nastro d'Argento for best comedy film.

A Light in the Forest (2003)

A Light in the Forest is a 2003 film directed by John Carl Buechler, an adaptation of Frank Latino's award-winning children's book, The Legend of Hollyboy. It stars Lindsay Wagner.

Another Man's Wife (2011)

Hadley (Rena Sofer), Brian (Dylan Neal) and their daughter, Skylar,vacation in a remote cabin. A firefighter named Al pays special attention to Hadley, and after a series of suspicious events, the family must come together to survive.

Which Way Home (1991)

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

Forgotten Prisoners: The Amnesty Files (1990)

Amnesty International sends a professor (Ron Silver) and a lawyer (Hctor Elizondo) to fight for human rights of prisoners in Turkey.

Boss of Bullion City (1940)

Boss of Bullion City is a 1940 Western film starring Johnny Mack Brown. Maria Montez appears as the female lead. It was the first time she played a leading role and was the only one of her film roles where she speaks some Spanish.

Moosie (1999)

As a storm approaches, a man (Jack Casperson) on a mule searches for his granddaughter (Aaryn Smith), lost in a forest where a mountain lion roams.

About Time (2013)

About Time is a 2013 British romantic comedy-drama film about a young man with the special ability to time travel who tries to change his past in order to improve his future. The film was written and directed by Richard Curtis, and stars Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams and Bill Nighy. It was released in the United Kingdom on 4 September 2013.

Biography of a Bachelor Girl (1935)

Biography of a Bachelor Girl is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Edward H. Griffith and written by Horace Jackson and Anita Loos. The film stars Ann Harding, Robert Montgomery, Edward Everett Horton, Edward Arnold, Una Merkel and Charles Richman. The film was released on January 4, 1935, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

On Tour with Pina Bausch (1983)

Filmmaker Chantal Akerman documents choreographer Pina Bausch and her dance company for five weeks while they are on tour in Germany, Italy and France.

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.

Shadows of the Past (2009)

Hoping to exorcize the demons of his past, an Australian cowboy (Marcus Pointon) decides to take another ride on the infamous bull that ended his rodeo career.

Down To The Sea In Ships (1923)

Newly mastered from an archival 35mm print, Down to the Sea in Ships is an adventure film that conveys the dangers and excitement aboard the whaling ships of New England. Produced on location by the short-lived Whaling Film Corp., Down to the Sea in Ships is not only an engaging romance and rousing adventure film, it is a fascinating (and remarkably authentic) record of the 19th century whaler.

The Child and the Killer (1959)

The Child and the Killer is a British low budget 1959 crime film. It was also known as The Man in the Shadows.

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.

Saving Face (2008)

Matt Kern is followed through the Florida Criminal Justice System.

small roads (2011)

Filmmaker James Benning films 47 roads across the United States.

Route 132 (2010)

Route 132 is a Canadian drama film from Quebec, released in 2010. Directed by Louis Bélanger and written by Bélanger and Alexis Martin, the film stars Martin and François Papineau as Bob and Gilles, two men who embark on a road trip and crime spree along Quebec Route 132 following the death of Gilles' son. The film garnered three Genie Award nominations at the 31st Genie Awards, including Best Actor for Papineau, Best Supporting Actor for Martin and Best Original Screenplay for Bélanger and Martin.

Pay As You Exit (1936)

Pay as You Exit is a 1936 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Gordon Douglas. It was the 148th Our Gang short that was released.

Babe's and Ricky's Inn (2013)

Babe's & Ricky's Inn is a documentary film directed by Ramin Niami about the famed blues club, Babe's & Rickey's Inn. The film premiered April 5, 2013 at Laemmle Monica in Santa Monica, California.

Bobby Ware Is Missing (1955)

Bobby Ware Is Missing is a 1955 American crime film directed by Thomas Carr and written by Daniel B. Ullman. The film stars Neville Brand, Arthur Franz, Jean Willes, Walter Reed, Paul Picerni and Kim Charney. The film was released on October 23, 1955, by Allied Artists Pictures.

Midnight Cabaret (2012)

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

Snuf de Hond in Oorlogstijd (2008)

A young man (Tom van Kalmthout) bonds with a German shepherd while trying to protect his girlfriend from the Nazis.

Tutti giù (2012)

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

Kill Squad (1982)

Kill Squad is a 1982 American martial arts action film written and directed by Patrick G. Donahue and starring Jean Glaudé, Cameron Mitchell .

Getting Back to Abnormal (2014)

Race, politics and culture collide in post-Katrina New Orleans as Councilwoman Stacy Head -- a self-styled corruption fighter -- fights to maintain her seat in a black majority district.

Nosferatu's Crush (2006)

Vladimir Dracula III (Mike M. Burke) is blamed for deaths around his town, so he hires a lawyer to clear his name.

Virgin Beasts (1991)

Twisted animation is combined with live action footage in this bizarre sci-fi comedy from Australian animater Toby Zoates.

Must Love Death (2009)

A suicidal man attends a support meeting filled with killers looking for a victim.

Faunovo velmi pozdní odpoledne (1983)

The Very Late Afternoon of a Faun is a 1983 Czechoslovak comedy film adapted from the Jiří Brdečka 1966 novel of the same name; directed by Věra Chytilová. This was Chytilová's only post Soviet invasion collaboration with screenwriter Ester Krumbachová.

New York Says Thank You (2011)

A child from New York inspires the country to donate toys and other goods to the victims of wildfires in Southern California.

The Mugger (1958)

The Mugger is a 1958 American crime film about a police psychiatrist who is attempting to catch a mysterious mugger that has been attacking women in his city, stealing their purses and slashing their left cheek. The film is a police procedural in structure, focusing on psychiatrist Dr. Pete Graham's investigation into the title character's identity. The film's screenplay, written by Henry Kane, is based on the novel of the same name by Evan Hunter (writing under the pen name Ed McBain). William Berke directed the film, the second of two adaptions of Hunter's 87th Precinct novels he released in 1958 (following Cop Hater). It was Berke's final completed film as a director; he died the same year.i Filmed in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, New York. Several of the car scenes were filmed on the Belt Parkway. The Veterans Hospital located on the Fort Hamilton Army Base with no Verazzano Bridge can be seen during the first car scene. The restaurant scene was filmed on 67th Street and 4th Avenue right next to the subway exit. Other Bay Ridge locations can be seen throughout the movie as well.

Colorado Ambush (1951)

Colorado Ambush is a 1951 American western film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Johnny Mack Brown, Myron Healey and Lois Hall.

Mean Mother (1974)

Two soldiers (Clifton Brown, Dennis Safren) land in trouble when they go AWOL during the Vietnam War.

Dead Women In Lingerie (1991)

Scantily clad models turn up dead at a lingerie factory staffed almost exclusively by illegal aliens.

Come Closer, Folks (1936)

Come Closer, Folks is a 1936 American comedy film directed by D. Ross Lederman. A print is preserved in the Library of Congress collection.

Science Crazed (1989)

A bandaged fiend (Tony Dellaventura) walks the halls of an institute, looking for women to kill.

My X-Girlfriend's Wedding Reception (1999)

My X-Girlfriend's Wedding Reception is a 1999 comedy film directed by Martin Guigui.