Venus in Furs (1967)

Venus in Furs is a 1967 sexploitation film, directed by Joe Marzano, and starring Barbara Ellen. The script was written by Marzano and Ellen, suggested by the novel of the same name by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch.

Beyond the Walls (1984)

Beyond the Walls is a 1984 Israeli film directed by Uri Barbash and written by his brother Benny Barbash and Eran Preis. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Sweet War, Farewell (1991)

A visit to his family's old home prompts a man's memories of his childhood during World War II.

She Alien (2009)

Scientists working in a lab create a flirty female from alien molecules.

Junkfood Horrorfest (2007)

A junkie and her new friend watch a tape filled with six twisted tales.

The Outer Edges (2013)

Filmmaker Kieran Evans charts a course along the invisible edges of North Essex to the River Thames.

Crying With Laughter (2010)

Joey Frisk's foul-mouthed stand-up routine draws interest from people in high places. He tells a joke about an old school friend, who just happens to be in the audience, then his life begins to unravel when the friend shows up everywhere Joey goes.

Marty Jenkins and the Vampire Bitches (2006)

A nerdy video-store clerk (Shawn A. Green) gets a chance to earn some respect when he sets out to slay female bloodsuckers that have come to feed on the residents of Dayton, Ohio.

In the Name of... (2013)

In the Name Of (Polish: W imię...) is a 2013 Polish drama film directed by Małgorzata Szumowska. The film won the Teddy Award for Best Feature Film on LGBT topics at the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival and was screened at the Frameline Film Festival at the Castro Theater in San Francisco on 25 June 2013. The film focuses on a closeted gay Catholic priest living in rural Poland.

Anne Perry: Interiors (2009)

A murder that happened when she was 15 greatly impacted the author of crime fiction.

Shadow Valley (1947)

A mysterious murder catches the attention of U.S. Marshal Eddie Dean (Eddie Dean), who, with sidekick Soapy Jones (Roscoe Ates), enters the town where the crime was committed and begins investigating. Meanwhile, he meets young Mary Ann Jarvis (Jennifer Holt), who has inherited a ranch, and sleazy lawyer Ben Gunnison (George Chesebro), who wants the rights to the land because he's started up a secret gold mine on it. Eddie then sets out to thwart Gunnison while trying to solve the murder case.

Love And Other Anxieties (2011)

Filmmaker Lyda Kuth becomes anxious when her daughter heads to college, and she decides to query experts and nonexperts on love, marriage and commitment.

Mystikal (2010)

A magician's (Maite Agirre) apprentice (Iban Garate) must save the world after accidentally unleashing the forces of evil.

Heaven's Story (2010)

Heaven's Story is a 2010 Japanese film directed by Takahisa Zeze. It was screened in the Main Programme of the Forum section at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the FIPRESCI Prize. It has also won the Séquences Prize at the Fantasia International Film Festival.

Emergency Squad (1940)

Emergency Squad is a 1940 American adventure film directed by Edward Dmytryk.

Varg Veum: Woman in the Fridge (2008)

A private investigator (Trond Espen Seim) gets mixed-up in the case of a missing, headless body.

Goldy: The Last of the Golden Bears (1984)

A prospector (Jeff Richards), an orphan girl (Jessica Black) and a grizzly cub team up in California.

Stress Position (2013)

A psychological experiment between two friends goes horribly awry.

That's It (2009)

Apenas o Fim is a 2008 Brazilian comedy-romance film directed by Matheus Souza, his directorial debut, and starring Gregório Duvivier, Érika Mader, Nathalia Dill and Marcelo Adnet. The film is the result of a project by students of the film school of PUC-Rio, and it was all filmed at the university, with the support of the Department of Social Communication.

The Guide (2011)

An architecture guide (Mihalis Oikonomou) in Athens is conflicted when he meets an old flame (Katerina Mavrogiorgi) and begins losing interest in his career choice.

Shadow Of Terror (1945)

Shadow of Terror is a 1945 American thriller film directed by Lew Landers and written by Arthur St. Claire. The film stars Richard Fraser, Grace Albertson, Cy Kendall, Emmett Lynn, Kenneth MacDonald and Eddie Acuff. The film was released on October 5, 1945, by Producers Releasing Corporation.

That's My Gal (1947)

That's My Gal is a 1947 American comedy film directed by George Blair and written by Joseph Hoffman. The film stars Lynne Roberts, Don "Red" Barry, Pinky Lee, Frank Jenks, Edward Gargan and Judy Clark. The film was released on May 15, 1947, by Republic Pictures.

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.

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.

Broadway (1929)

Broadway is a 1929 film directed by Paul Fejos from the play of the same name by George Abbott and Philip Dunning. It stars Glenn Tryon, Evelyn Brent, Paul Porcasi, Robert Ellis, Merna Kennedy and Thomas E. Jackson. This was Universal's first talking picture with Technicolor sequences. The film was released by the Criterion Collection on Blu-ray and DVD with Paul Fejo's Lonesome on August 2012.

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.

The Drop (2000)

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

Ten Minutes of Silence for John Lennon (1980)

A documentary records a ceremony dedicated to Lennon.

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.

Tomie: Another Face (1999)

Tomie: Another Face is a 1999 Japanese horror film directed by Toshirō Inomata. It is based on a manga of the same name by Junji Ito. The film was originally a TV series consisting of three V-cinema episodes, later spliced into a feature film.

Skew (2011)

Creepy occurrences plague three friends (Rob Scattergood, Amber Lewis, Richard Olak) on a road trip.

Killer Bride's Perfect Crime (2009)

On her wedding day, a bride (Juri Ueno) accidentally kills her landlord, then goes on the run with a suicidal woman (Yoshino Kimura) who offers to help her dispose of the body.

Guilt & Sentence (2010)

Janis and Peter are both lost souls who become entwined forever by a tragic event.

Her First Mate (1933)

Her First Mate is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by William Wyler and written by Clarence Marks, Earle Snell and H. M. Walker. The film stars Slim Summerville, ZaSu Pitts, Una Merkel, Warren Hymer, Berton Churchill and George F. Marion. The film was released on August 3, 1933, by Universal Pictures.

HalloweeNight (2009)

HalloweeNight is a 2009 American horror film who was directed by Mark Polonia of the indie film duo, the Polonia brothers and longtime collaborator Matt Satterly.

I Am a Director (2012)

Carlos returns to Puerto Rico -- after spending five years in Hollywood -- to make a feature film.

Serving Up Richard (2011)

Cannibals (Susan Priver, Jude Ciccolella) lure a new victim to their home, but the man (Ross McCall) has no intention of becoming their meal.

What Did You Expect? The Archers Of Loaf Live At Cat's Cradle (2012)

What Did You Expect? is a live concert documentary capturing the Archers of Loaf reunion tour. Directed by Gorman Bechard, it made its film festival debut in June, 2012.

Rich (1983)

A young man has a conflict with his mother when he pursues a college education instead of working.

Porgy & Me (2010)

Filmmaker Susanna Boehm profiles the work and emotions of the black singers in a touring company performing George Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess."

En fuera de juego (2012)

Two men (Fernando Tejero, Diego Peretti) work together to help an Argentine soccer player achieve stardom.

Black Rodeo (1972)

Black Rodeo is a 1972 documentary by filmmaker Jeff Kanew.

Becoming Eduardo (2009)

A teenage boy struggles with school.

Peck's Bad Boy (1921)

Peck's Bad Boy is a 1921 American silent comedy film directed by Sam Wood and starring Jackie Coogan, Wheeler Oakman, Doris May, Raymond Hatton, James Corrigan, and Lillian Leighton. It is based on the series of books by George W. Peck. The film was released by Associated First National Pictures on April 24, 1921.

Hoosier Holiday (1943)

Hoosier Holiday is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Frank McDonald and written by Dorrell McGowan and Stuart E. McGowan. The film stars George D. Hay, Isabel Randolph, Shug Fisher, Lillian Randolph, Dale Evans and George Byron. The film was released on September 13, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

Paranormal Occult: Magick, Angels and Demons (2013)

An investigation delves into the occult's connection with demonic possession and satanic worship through a deeper reality that extends beyond the physical sciences.

Roadside Picnic (2010)

Two stranded men in rural New Jersey are desperate to get home at any cost.

Texas Masquerade (1944)

Texas Masquerade is a 1944 American Western film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Jack Lait Jr. and Norman Houston. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Jimmy Rogers, Don Costello, Mady Correll and Francis McDonald. The film was released on February 8, 1944, by United Artists.

Phobidilia (2009)

A young man does not leave his apartment for years until Daniela comes into his life.

The Super Fight (1970)

The Super Fight was a fictional boxing match between Rocky Marciano and Muhammad Ali shot in 1969. At the time, Ali and Marciano were the only undefeated heavyweight champions in history and fans often debated who would win had they met in their primes. Ali and Marciano were filmed acting out every possible scenario in a fight and the result was then determined using probability formulas entered into a computer. The final fight was only shown once in select cinemas around the world and released as a DVD over three decades later.

Young Guns of Texas (1962)

Young Guns of Texas is a 1962 CinemaScope DeLuxe Color Western directed by Maury Dexter, starring James Mitchum, Alana Ladd, Jody McCrea and Chill Wills. This movie was filmed in Big Bend National Park, Texas. Saguaro cacti which is seen throughout the film only grow in Arizona. None grow in Big Bend in Texas. It is known for featuring the offspring of Robert Mitchum, Alan Ladd, Joel McCrea and Chill Wills, the last also appearing in the film.

Men of Action (1935)

A man (Frankie Darro) must prevent saboteurs from destroying a dam.

Playground (2009)

Playground is a 2009 documentary directed by Libby Spears. The film focuses on the child sex trade in the United States. Playground challenges the notion that the sexual exploitation of children is limited to back-alley brothels in developing countries and traces the epidemic of exploitation to its disparate, and decidedly American, roots — among them the way children are educated about sex, and the problem of raising awareness about a crime that inherently cannot be shown. The film includes interviews with Ernie Allen, President of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and Judge Sanford "Sammy" Jones, Former Chief Judge of the Fulton County Juvenile Court and unfolds as a search for Michelle, an everyday American girl who was lost to the underbelly of sexual exploitation as a child and has yet to resurface a decade later. Playground features original artwork by Japanese pop artist, Yoshitomo Nara, and animation by Heather Bursch.

The Long December (2011)

December survives her family's murder and decides to become a vigilante to hunt down the killers and rid the world of evil people.

Milwaukee, Minnesota (2003)

Milwaukee, Minnesota is a 2003 American drama film starring Troy Garity, Alison Folland, Bruce Dern and Randy Quaid.

The West Side Kid (1943)

The West Side Kid is a 1943 American crime film directed by George Sherman and written by Albert Beich and Anthony Coldeway. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Henry Hull, Dale Evans, Chick Chandler, Matt McHugh and Nana Bryant. The film was released on August 23, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

Funeral March (2001)

A terminally ill woman arranges her funeral with a man who wants her to seek therapy.

Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974)

A cop chases two hippies suspected of a series of Manson family-like murders; unbeknownst to him, the real culprits are the living dead, brought to life with a thirst for human flesh by chemical pesticides being used by area farmers.

Bon appétit (2010)

Bon Appétit is a 2010 romantic drama film directed by David Pinillos and written by Juan Carlos Rubio, David Pinillos and Paco Cabezas. The story is based on a young Spanish chef working at a prestigious restaurant in Zurich, Switzerland. He falls in love with a work-partner but she is in love with their boss. The film features Unax Ugalde and Nora Tschirner.

Michael Jackson (2009)

The timeless music of the artist spans his first recordings with the Jackson 5 through his hits over three decades.

Money Is Not Everything (2001)

A winery owner (Marek Kondrat) becomes the unexpected ally of unemployed Polish farmers who are holding him hostage.

Le Café du pont (2010)

Pierrot and his brother Jeannot grow up in an apartment above a cafe.

A Life Ascending (2010)

The life of acclaimed mountaineer and guide Ruedi Beglinger.

The Ideal (2011)

An evil presence at a nearly empty school captures two students and a teacher in its grip.

I sette magnifici gladiatori (1983)

The Seven Magnificent Gladiators (Italian: I sette magnifici gladiatori) is an Italian peplum film directed by Claudio Fragasso and Bruno Mattei.

Sing Sinner Sing (1933)

Sing Sinner Sing is a 1933 American pre-Code romantic drama film directed by Howard Christie.

The Dark Harbour (2009)

A psychic who is dying corrupts the residents of a seaside village.

I Am the Queen (2010)

Transgendered beauty contestants compete in a pageant.

The Ramparts We Watch (1940)

The Ramparts We Watch is a 1940 American drama film, the first of four full-length features produced by The March of Time, which was much more well known for the series of newsreels they produced from 1935 to 1951. The picture was produced and directed by Louis de Rochemont, from a screenplay by Robert L. Richards and Cedric R. Worth, and was distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, who released it on August 16, 1940. The film used no professional actors, instead relying on residents of the town where most of the filming took place: New London, Connecticut.

The Killer Bra (2010)

A ghost lives inside a bra and kills whoever wears it.

Her Private Affair (1929)

Her Private Affair is a 1929 drama film directed by Paul L. Stein and starring Ann Harding. It was produced and distributed by the Pathé Exchange company. A silent film with sound effects and talking sequences.

Nobody (2009)

Lindeman struggles to find inspiration and puts himself into ridiculous situations.

High-Rise (2009)

Wealthy residents who live above the slums discuss a life where privilege creates its own reality.

Marshal of Laredo (1945)

Marshal of Laredo is a 1945 American film directed by R.G. Springsteen starring Wild Bill Elliott in the role of Red Ryder and costarring as Little Beaver, actor (Bobby) Robert Blake. It was the eleventh of twenty-three Red Ryder feature films that would be produced by Republic Pictures. The picture was shot on the studio’s back lot along with outdoor locations at Iverson Ranch in Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA, USA.

Screams of a Winter Night (1979)

Screams of a Winter Night is a 1979 American anthology horror film directed by James L. Wilson and starring Matt Borel, Gil Glasgow, and Mary Agen Cox.

The No Mercy Man (1973)

The No Mercy Man (also known as Bad Man, Trained to Kill, and Trained to Kill USA) is a 1973 action film with elements of a modern-day Western starring Steve Sandor, Rockne Tarkington, Sid Haig, Ron Thompson, Mike Lane, and Richard X. Slattery. The film was co-written (with Michael Nolin) and directed by Daniel Vance in his first and last feature film. The film was shot in Todd-AO by Dean Cundey in his first feature film with Buddy Joe Hooker arranging the stunt work and acting as second unit director. Master Jerry Druckerman acted as the film's martial arts technical advisor. Film director Quentin Tarantino programmed The No Mercy Man as part of a March 2011 revenge film triple feature at the New Beverly Cinema, which Tarantino took over in March 2007.

Straight Up: Helicopters In Action (2002)

Straight Up will take audiences on a series of aerial adventures. Fly along with skilled helicopter crews as they carry out sea and mountain rescues, apprehend drug smugglers, repair high voltage lines, save endangered animals, deliver humanitarian aid, and undertake a reconnaissance mission. Learn how helicopters are flown. Straight Up! Helicopters in Action is narrated by Martin Sheen and directed by David Douglas for the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum.

Toute la mémoire du monde (1956)

Toute la mémoire du monde is a documentary short film by Alain Resnais released in 1956.

The Old Maid (1939)

The Old Maid is a 1939 American drama film directed by Edmund Goulding. The screenplay by Casey Robinson is based on the 1935 Pulitzer Prize-winning play of the same title by Zoë Akins, which was adapted from the 1924 Edith Wharton novella The Old Maid: the fifties (taken from the collection of novellas Old New York).

Guardians of the Lost Code 3D (2010)

Guardians of the Lost Code (Spanish: Brijes 3D) is a 2010 animated adventure film, created by Ricardo González Duprat. distributed by Videocine. the developer of television and animated: Santo Domingo Animation.

Murder of Couriers (2012)

Bike messengers in Vancouver share their love and hatred for the roads.

Cherrybomb (2009)

Cherrybomb is a drama film released in the United Kingdom in 2009, starring Kimberley Nixon, Rupert Grint, James Nesbitt, and Robert Sheehan. Filming began on location in Belfast on 7 July 2008, and lasted four weeks. The film includes nudity, drinking, drugs, shop-lifting and car theft. It was released to DVD on 23 August 2010 in the UK. It premiered in the US in September 2009 at the Los Angeles Irish Film Festival. The film's theme song is "Cherry Bomb" by The Runaways. Cherrybomb premiered at the 2009 Berlin International Film Festival, but was initially unable to find a distributor. An online campaign by Grint's fans was credited with helping to secure a deal for distribution in the United Kingdom.

Bloody Fight in Iron-Rock Valley (2011)

Bloody Fight in Iron-Rock Valley is a 2011 South Korean film directed by Ji Ha Jean.

Dunsmore (2003)

An investigator (Kadeem Hardison) probes the murder of a hated thug (W. Earl Brown) in a small Southern town.

Schlock! The Secret History of American Movies (2001)

A history of exploitation and sexploitation movies from the drive-in days.

Malay Nights (1932)

The owner of a pearl bed falls in love with a bitter young woman.

Brittown (2008)

Meatball, a master mechanic, spends several months racing, playing gigs and turning an old motor into a road-ready screamer.

American Mullet (2001)

American Mullet (also known as The Mullet Chronicles) is a 2001 documentary film directed by Jennifer Arnold. The film documents the phenomenon of the mullet hairstyle and the people who wear it. Through their discussion of the mullet, the viewer comes to know the backgrounds of the people featured in the film.

The Magic Weaver (1960)

The Magic Weaver (Russian: Марья-искусница, "Maria the Weaver") is a 1960 Soviet children's fantasy film directed by Aleksandr Rou and filmed at Gorky Film Studio. The film was imported to the West in the 1960s and ran in the U.S. in 1966 with English dubbed, on distribution from Allied Artists Pictures.

Guns of the Law (1944)

Guns of the Law is a 1944 American film directed by Elmer Clifton.

The Exhibitionists (2012)

An exploration of the tipping point between documentary and pornography, with its participants exposing their darkest secrets and sexual perversions. Follow filmmaker Walter Todd over 36 deadly hours as he exploits his closest friends and family during a New Year’s Eve party.

Death and Texas (2004)

The governor of Texas offers a prisoner (Charles Durning) a furlough from death row so he can play for a football team.

JoJo Baby (2010)

The life and work of the Chicago artist.

Arise (2012)

Women around the world share a profound intellectual and spiritual understanding of what it takes to live in harmony with nature.

Fake Orgasm (2010)

An investigation of people who feign sexual pleasure.

Tora-san's Grand Scheme (1970)

Tora-san's Grand Scheme is a 1970 Japanese comedy film directed by Shun'ichi Kobayashi. It stars Kiyoshi Atsumi as Kuruma Torajirō (Tora-san), and Komaki Kurihara as his love interest or "Madonna". Tora-san's Grand Scheme is the fourth entry in the popular, long-running Otoko wa Tsurai yo series.

Tortillas Again? (2006)

For ten years, Alejandro has been playing the lottery religiously, playing the same numbers twice a week. Today, after buying the ticket, he stuffs it in his shirt pocket on his way home. Forgetting about the ticket, he throws the shirt in the washer. A comedy of errors follows as Alejandro finds out that his lottery ticket has the winning numbers, and he desperately searches for it to no avail. In the end, Alejandro realizes that he already had won the most important prize of all: his loving family.

Ori (2011)

A young Georgian woman tries to push her life forward.

Kick Off (2009)

Eight homeless people in Austria compete in a soccer game.

The Great Hotel Murder (1935)

The Great Hotel Murder was a 1935 20th Century Fox film directed by Eugene Forde, based on Recipe for Murder a 1934 story by Vincent Starrett. The film starred Edmund Lowe and Victor McLaglen as rival sleuths, with supporting roles for Lynn Bari, Ernest Palmer (actor) and Madge Bellamy.