Wheels on Meals (1984)
Wheels on Meals (traditional Chinese: 快餐車; simplified Chinese: 快餐车) is a 1984 Hong Kong martial arts comedy film written and directed by Sammo Hung, who also starred in the film. The film co-stars Jackie Chan and Yuen Biao.
Back Stage (1919)
Back Stage is a 1919 American two-reel silent comedy film directed by and starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and featuring Buster Keaton and Al St. John.
Dealing: Or the Berkeley-to-Boston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues is a 1972 film based on the 1970 novel of the same name by Michael Crichton and Douglas Crichton, published under the pseudonym Michael Douglas.
It was American independent film directed by Paul Williams and starred Robert F. Lyons and John Lithgow in his film debut in the supporting role of John, the campus drug dealer. Barbara Hershey appears in the role of the novice drug-courier, Susan, who loses the bag of bricks on a cross-country flight from Berkeley to Boston.
The Groundstar Conspiracy (1972)
The Groundstar Conspiracy is a 1972 film directed by Lamont Johnson. It stars George Peppard and Michael Sarrazin. Douglas Heyes' screenplay (written under his frequent pseudonym, Matthew Howard) was adapted very freely from L. P. Davies' 1968 novel, The Alien. It was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia and produced by Hal Roach Productions in Canada.
Pete St. John is a powerful and successful political consultant, with clients spread around the country...
Terror from the Year 5000 (1958)
Terror from the Year 5000 (UK title: Cage of Doom) is a 1958 American science fiction film directed by Robert J. Gurney Jr. starring Ward Costello, Joyce Holden, John Stratton, Salome Jens and Fred Herrick. American International Pictures released the film as a double feature with The Screaming Skull.
Gidget Gets Married (1972)
Gidget Gets Married is a 1972 American made-for television comedy film produced by Screen Gems for ABC. It was written by John McGreevey and directed by E.W. Swackhamer and starred Monie Ellis as Gidget.
Remember Last Night? (1935)
Remember Last Night? is a 1935 American mystery comedy film directed by James Whale. The film, based on the novel The Hangover Murders, is about the investigation of the murder of one of a group of friends. The survivors are unable to recall the events of the night of the murder because they were all too drunk. Remember Last Night? features an ensemble cast headed by Edward Arnold, Constance Cummings, and Robert Young.
Whale convinced Universal Studios head Carl Laemmle, Jr. to buy the screen rights to the novel so Whale could avoid directing Dracula's Daughter, as he wished not to direct another horror film so soon after shooting Bride of Frankenstein. Initial drafts of the screenplay were deemed unsuitable under the Production Code because of the focus on excessive drinking. The novel's original title was also unsuitable because of the word "hangover". Following revisions, the film was approved and was released on November 4, 1935 to mixed reviews and poor box office results.
Star Hunter (1996)
A busload of teenagers becomes the quarry of evil extraterrestrials on an intergalactic hunting trip.
Torpedo Bay (1963)
Torpedo Bay is a 1963 war film directed by Charles Frend and Bruno Vailati and starring James Mason. The story is based on events that took place at Betasom, a submarine base established at Bordeaux by the Italian Navy during World War II.
The film was released as Beta Som, the Italian language acronym meaning Bordeaux Sommergibile. Phonetically B (for Bordeaux) is Beta and SOM is an abbreviation for 'Sommergibile' which is the Italian for submarine in the UK. In the United States American International Pictures released it as a double feature with Commando (1964).
The Ring Virus (1999)
The Ring Virus (Hangul: 링) is a South Korean horror film adapted from the Japanese novel Ring by Koji Suzuki. A joint project between Japan and Korea, this version has Park Eun-Suh as the creator of the cursed videotape. Although the filmmakers claimed that the film was adapted from the novel, there are various scenes in the film that match the 1998 film Ring, such as the sex of the lead character, some of the scenes on the videotape as well as copying other film scenes directly from the original film, including the film's climax.
Santo vs. the Vampire Women (1962)
Santo vs. las Mujeres Vampiro (also known as Samson vs. the Vampire Women) is a 1962 horror film starring the wrestling superhero Santo. The film was featured on a 1995 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000. The film was also featured on the television show Cinema Insomnia.
George White's Scandals (1934)
Producer White's latest show suffers from the backstage dallying of its stars (Rudy Vallee, Jimmy Durante, Alice Faye).
To Live and Die in Mongkok (2009)
To Live and Die in Mongkok (simplified Chinese: 旺角监狱; traditional Chinese: 旺角監獄 is a 2009 Hong Kong drama thriller film directed by Wong Jing and Billy Chung.
Rage at Dawn (1955)
Rage at Dawn is a 1955 Technicolor Western film directed by Tim Whelan, and starring Randolph Scott, Forrest Tucker, Mala Powers, and J. Carrol Naish. It purports to tell the true story of the Reno Brothers, an outlaw gang which terrorized the American Midwest, particularly Southern Indiana, in the period immediately following the American Civil War.
A more successful version of the Reno brothers' story was released the following year as Love Me Tender, starring Elvis Presley as Clint Reno.
The Big Dis (1989)
A Long Islander on his first weekend pass from the military spends his few days of freedom looking for women.
Boots Malone (1952)
Boots Malone is a 1952 drama film starring William Holden as a down-on-his-luck sports agent and Johnny Stewart as a rich runaway who wants to become a jockey.
The Curious Female (1970)
In a society where sex without love is the norm, filmgoers are arrested for viewing a movie about sexual morality.
A single mother (Kelli Williams) fights temptation when she encounters an old married flame in her hometown.
Breath Made Visible (2009)
Breath Made Visible is a 2009 documentary film about modern dance legend Anna Halprin. It is produced and directed by filmmaker Ruedi Gerber. The film premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival where it received the Audience Award Certificate of Excellence and at the Locarno Film Festival in 2009.
Prior to directing his first U.S. feature film, Heartbreak Hospital, Gerber had a number of award-winning documentaries to his credit, including Meta-Mecano and Living With the Spill, a documentary about the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Gerber is a former Halprin student and a graduate of the New York University film school, Tisch School of the Arts in 1990. Before he became a film director, Gerber acted in over 30 plays at theaters throughout Europe including the German State theaters of Mannheim, Dortmund, Wuppertal, and in Vienna and Basel.
Fran Morrison (Lee Remick), a reporter for a New York City magazine, starts working on an in-depth expose uncovering the dangerous world of street prostitutes in the city. She investigates how the prostitutes work, who their pimps are and even who their clients are. As she learns more and more about the world of the sex workers, she discovers that many of them have powerful ties in the city's police department and even in city hall. This is based on the book by Gail Sheehy.
Belle Starr (1941)
Belle Starr is a 1941 American drama film directed by Irving Cummings and starring Randolph Scott, Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, and Shepperd Strudwick. Written by Lamar Trotti and based on a story by Niven Busch and Cameron Rogers, it was produced by Kenneth Macgowan for 20th Century Fox, and shot in Technicolor.
The film is very loosely based on the life of 19th-century American outlaw Belle Starr. It was the second film and the first sound film to portray Starr on the screen, and its success led to many more such portrayals, although she was fairly obscure during her lifetime.
The Funeral (1984)
The Funeral is a 1984 Japanese comedy film by director Juzo Itami.
Kitty is a 1945 film, a costume drama set in London during the 1780s, directed by Mitchell Leisen, based on the novel of the same name by Rosamond Marshall (published in 1943), with a screenplay by Karl Tunberg. It stars Paulette Goddard, Ray Milland, Constance Collier, Patric Knowles, Reginald Owen, and Cecil Kellaway as the English painter Thomas Gainsborough. In a broad interpretation of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion story line, the film tells the rags-to-riches story of a young guttersnipe, cockney girl.
Her Third (1972)
Her Third (German: Der Dritte) is a 1972 East German (then GDR) film directed by Egon Günther and starring Jutta Hoffmann, Barbara Dittus, Rolf Ludwig and Armin Mueller-Stahl. The film is based on the short story Unter den Bäumen regnet es zweimal by Eberhard Panitz and tells the story of the single mother Margit looking for a new partner. The film was produced in 1971 by the DEFA film studio and premiered on 16 March, 1972 in East Berlin.
The House That Screamed (1970)
The House That Screamed is a 1970 Spanish horror film written and directed by Narciso Ibáñez Serrador. The film stars Lilli Palmer as Señora Fourneau, the headmistress of a nineteenth-century French boarding school for girls where the students begin to disappear under unusual circumstances. The film was also released under the title The Boarding School.
Under My Skin (1950)
Under My Skin is a 1950 American film directed by Jean Negulesco, starring John Garfield and Micheline Presle. It is based on the short story "My Old Man", by Ernest Hemingway, about a jockey being threatened by a mobster after winning a race he had agreed to throw. The Hemingway story was later adapted for a 1979 CBS television movie, My Old Man, starring Kristy McNichol, Warren Oates, and Eileen Brennan.
Timber Terrors (1935)
A Mountie (John Preston) with a dog tracks the killers of his partner.
The Gay Bride (1934)
The Gay Bride is a 1934 black-and-white gangster screwball comedy starring Carole Lombard as a wisecracking gold-digger and Chester Morris as the poor man she despises. It was directed by Jack Conway and written by the husband-and-wife team of Sam and Bella Spewak, based on the story "Repeal" by Charles Francis Coe.
Bridge to Hell (1986)
Allied prisoners (Andy J. Forest, Jeff Connors, Francesca Ferre) escape and fight their way back, over a bridge and Nazis.
Mystery of the Maya (1995)
The Mayans live in Central America and develop a written language, mathematics and astronomy.
An expatriated English arms dealer and his mistress learn of an amazing treasure buried during World War II.
Naked Among Wolves (1963)
Naked Among Wolves (German: Nackt unter Wölfen) is a 1963 East German film directed by Frank Beyer and starring Erwin Geschonneck and Armin Mueller-Stahl. The film is based on author Bruno Apitz's 1958 novel by the same name. The film was remade in 2015 under the direction of Philipp Kadelbach.
Mr. Belvedere Goes to College (1949)
Mr. Belvedere Goes to College is a 1949 American comedy film directed by Elliott Nugent. The screenplay written by Mary Loos, Mary C. McCall, Jr., and Richard Sale was based on characters created by Gwen Davenport. It follows on from Sitting Pretty (1948), and had a sequel, Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell (1951). The film focuses on prickly genius Lynn Belvedere (Clifton Webb) who enrolls in a major university with the intention of obtaining a four-year degree in only one year.
The Daniel Project (2012)
Voice artist and self-proclaimed atheist Jeremy Hitchen talks with various experts and investigates the plausibility of ancient prophecies, especially those regarding the end of the world.
Wake Me When the War Is Over (1969)
Wake Me When the War Is Over is a 1969 American made-for-television comedy film directed by Gene Nelson and starring Ken Berry and Eva Gabor. It first aired as the ABC Movie of the Week on October 14, 1969.
Code Two (1953)
Code Two is a 1953 film about men training to be motorcycle cops. It stars Ralph Meeker, Sally Forrest, Elaine Stewart and Robert Horton and was directed by Fred M. Wilcox.
Manslaughter (Danish: Drabet) is a 2005 Danish film written and directed by Per Fly. The film stars Jesper Christensen, Beate Bille and Pernilla August as well as Fly's wife Charlotte Fich. Manslaughter won the Nordic Council Film Prize in 2005, multiple awards at the 2006 Bodil Awards — including Best Actor, Best Film and Best Supporting actress — as well as being nominated for several other major film awards. Beate Bille also received a Shooting Star Award at the 2006 Berlin International Film Festival for her role in the film. The film is part of a trilogy by Fly about the Danish society. Bænken is about the underclass, Arven about the upperclass and Drabet about the middleclass.
The Shadow Strikes (1937)
The Shadow Strikes is a 1937 American film directed by Lynn Shores and starring Rod La Rocque as Lamont Cranston, The Shadow. Both this film and its sequel, International Crime, were released by Grand National Pictures.
Under Eighteen (1931)
Under Eighteen is a 1931 American pre-Code romantic drama film starring Marian Marsh, Anita Page, Regis Toomey, and Warren William. It is based on the short story "Sky Life" by Frank Mitchell Dazey and Agnes Christine Johnston. A wealthy Broadway producer tries to take advantage of a poor young seamstress who needs money to help her sister divorce her worthless husband.
The Widow From Chicago (1930)
The Widow from Chicago is a 1930 American pre-Code crime drama film released by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Bros. and directed by Edward F. Cline. The movie stars Alice White, Edward G. Robinson, Neil Hamilton and Frank McHugh. Planned as a full-scale musical, the songs were cut from the film before release due to the public's aversion for musicals.
Cinderella Jones (1946)
Cinderella Jones is a 1946 American musical comedy film directed by Busby Berkeley and written by Charles Hoffman. The film stars Joan Leslie, Robert Alda, Julie Bishop, William Prince, S. Z. Sakall and Edward Everett Horton. The film was released by Warner Bros. on March 9, 1946.
Free And Easy (1930)
For the 1941 MGM film of the same name, see Free and Easy (1941 film).
Free and Easy is a 1930 American Pre-Code comedy film starring Buster Keaton. It was Keaton's first starring talkie vehicle.
The Man (1972)
A U.S. senator (James Earl Jones) runs the White House because the president, vice president and speaker of the house cannot.
A Million Colours (2012)
A Million Colours is a 2011 film directed by Peter Bishai and co-written with Andre Pieterse. It is based on the lives of Muntu Ndebele and Norman Knox, actors in the film Forever Young, Forever Free, also known as e'Lollipop. It follows them from the success of the film around the time of the Soweto Uprising, through to the election of Nelson Mandela.
Bad Bascomb (1946)
Bad Bascomb is a 1946 western film starring Wallace Beery and Margaret O'Brien. The movie was directed by S. Sylvan Simon. The supporting cast features Marjorie Main, J. Carrol Naish, Frances Rafferty, Marshall Thompson and Henry O'Neill.
My Wife's Murder (2005)
My Wife's Murder is a 2005 Indian Hindi crime thriller film. It was directed by Jijy Philip. The cast includes Anil Kapoor, Suchitra Krishnamurti, Boman Irani and Nandana Sen. The film is a remake of Telugu film, Madhyanam Hathya directed by Ram Gopal Varma himself. The movie seems to closely follow the story of Horace William Manton, the main accused in the Luton Sack Murder Case.
Sweet Jesus, Preacherman (1973)
Sweet Jesus, Preacherman is a 1973 American action film directed by Henning Schellerup and written by John Cerullo, M. Stuart Madden and Abbey Leitch. The film stars Roger E. Mosley, William Smith, Michael Pataki, Tom Johnigarn, Joe Tornatore and Damu King. The film was released on May 25, 1973, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Bar, El Chino (2003)
Two aspiring filmmakers make a documentary about their favorite pub.
Bal Ganesh (2007)
Bal Ganesh is a 2007 computer-animated musical feature film directed by Pankaj Sharma. The film is about the adventures and hijinks of Lord Ganesh, the Hindu elephant-headed god, when he was a baby.The film ended it's amazing run with total worldwide gross of ₹6.2 crores This film have sequel is Bal Ganesh 2
Alyah is a 2012 French drama film directed by Elie Wajeman.
Ghosthouse (Italian: La Casa 3) is a 1988 Italian-American horror film directed by Umberto Lenzi and produced by exploitation film auteur Joe D'Amato. It co-starred Lara Wendel and Donald O'Brien.
Its plot focuses on a deserted house where the visions of a ghostly girl and her haunted doll wreak havoc on those who enter it. The film is the unofficial Italian sequel to Evil Dead II (released as La Casa 2 in Italy).
In Italy, The Evil Dead was released under the title La Casa, and Evil Dead II became La Casa II; these were followed by three other unrelated horror films, branded with consecutive titles so as to appear as part of a series: La Casa 3, La Casa 4 (also known as Witchery), and La Casa 5 (Beyond Darkness). In the United States, La Casa 3 was released as Ghosthouse, with director Lenzi being credited under the alias "Humphrey Humbert".
High Pressure (1932)
High Pressure is a 1932 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Mervyn LeRoy and starring William Powell and Evelyn Brent. It is based on the play Hot Money by Aben Kandel.
The Carrier (1988)
Panicked townsfolk hunt the carrier (Gregory Fortescue) of an unknown disease whose victims sizzle to death.
Skeleton Coast (1988)
Ernest Borgnine and Robert Vaughn head up an all-star cast in this war epic that follows a squad of retired mercenaries as they go behind enemy lines to rescue an American soldier.
5 Card Stud (2002)
5 Card Stud is a 2002 American romantic film starring Khrystyne Haje, Lawrence H. Toffler, Brian Everett, Doris Hess, Steven Houska, Kevin McClatchy, Jeffrey Vincent Parise, Brian Everett and directed by Hank Saroyan.
Tan Lines (2005)
After the death of their father, three sisters embark on a holiday in France.
Like a Puppet Out of Strings (2006)
Two brothers (Felipe Rodriguez, Tom Rodriguez) wind up on opposite sides of the law.
Pioneers of the Frontier (1940)
A cowboy (Bill Elliott) and his partners rope a land-grabber.
Navy Wife (1956)
Navy Wife is a 1956 comedy film directed by Edward Bernds (who also directed "Three Stooges" and "Bowery Boys"), and starring Joan Bennett, Gary Merrill, Shirley Yamaguchi. The screenplay was written by Kay Lenard, based on the novel Mother Sir by Tats Blain. The film was produced by Walter Wanger, who was Bennett's husband in real life.
Blonde Bait (1956)
Washington and Scotland Yard let a killer's girlfriend (Beverly Michaels) escape, then watch where she goes.
The Vanishing American (1955)
The Vanishing American is a 1955 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and written by Alan Le May. It is based on the novel The Vanishing American by Zane Grey. The film stars Scott Brady, Audrey Totter, Forrest Tucker, Gene Lockhart, Jim Davis and John Dierkes. The film was released on November 17, 1955, by Republic Pictures.
A young married couple's decision to obtain a child illegally threatens their future together.
Doing Life (1986)
Murderer Jerry Rosenberg (Tony Danza) studies law in prison and has his sentence changed from death to life.
Her Own Rules (1998)
Meredith Sanders (Melissa Gilbert) is a successful writer who nonetheless feels lonely and unfulfilled. She sets out for England, where she was born but has not visited since being adopted in America as a young girl. Grappling with her distant memories, she undertakes a search for her birth mother's grave, only to discover something incredible -- her mother is alive. As she struggles to cope with this information, she meets and falls for an attractive architect (Jeremy Sheffield).
Whipsaw is a 1935 American crime drama film directed by Sam Wood and starring Myrna Loy and Spencer Tracy. Written by Howard Emmett Rogers, based on a story by James Edward Grant, the film is about a government agent working undercover traveling across the country with an unsuspecting woman, hoping she will lead him to her gang of jewel thieves. The film was produced by Harry Rapf for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and was released on December 18, 1935, in the United States.
It's the Earth not the Moon (2012)
A portrait of life on the island of Corvo, which has fewer than 500 inhabitants in its one town.
Where Love Has Gone (1964)
Where Love Has Gone is a 1964 American Technicolor drama film in Techniscope made by Embassy Pictures, Joseph E. Levine Productions and Paramount Pictures. It was directed by Edward Dmytryk and produced by Joseph E. Levine from a screenplay by John Michael Hayes based on the novel of the same name by Harold Robbins. The music score was by Walter Scharf, the cinematography by Joseph MacDonald and the costume design by Edith Head.
The film stars Susan Hayward and Bette Davis with Mike Connors, Joey Heatherton, Jane Greer, DeForest Kelley, Anne Seymour and George Macready.
Holy Water (2009)
Holy Water (Hard Times) is a 2009 Irish comedy film directed by Tom Reeve and starring John Lynch, Linda Hamilton, Cornelius Clarke and Lochlainn O'Mearain. It tells the story of a group of men in a rural Irish village who hijack a truck containing Viagra with the intention of selling the drug in Amsterdam.
A Distant Thunder (1978)
A Distant Thunder is a 1978 evangelical, Christian film by Russell S. Doughten and directed by Donald W. Thompson. The film is a sequel to the 1972 film A Thief in the Night, which portrayed the event in Christian eschatology sometimes called the Rapture. These films are part of a four-part series; the story is continued in Image of the Beast (1980) and The Prodigal Planet (1983).
Dead Letter Office (1998)
Dead Letter Office is a 1998 Australian film starring Miranda Otto.
Baby Needs a New Pair of Shoes (1974)
In 1950s Harlem a vicious Italian gangster (Frank deKova) tries to muscle in on a black racketeer's (Paul Harris) numbers game.
Birds Do It (1966)
A janitor blunders into an experiment that gives him the power of flight and makes him irresistible to women.
Flirtation Walk (1934)
Flirtation Walk is a 1934 romantic musical film written by Delmer Daves and Lou Edelman, and directed by Frank Borzage. It focuses on a soldier (Dick Powell) who falls in love with a general's daughter (Ruby Keeler) during the general's brief stop in Hawaii, but she leaves with her father for the Philippines before their relationship can blossom. They are re-united several years later when the soldier is about to graduate from West Point and the general becomes the Academy's Commandant. The film's title refers to a path near Trophy Point named "Flirtation Walk", where cadets often take dance dates for some time alone.
Angèle is a 1934 French drama film directed, produced and written by Marcel Pagnol, based on the novel Un de Baumugnes by Jean Giono. It stars Orane Demazis.
Out of It (1978)
La Carapate is a 1978 French comedy film directed by Gérard Oury.
The Exterminator (1980)
When John Eastland’s best friend is randomly beaten one night by a brutal gang, the Vietnam veteran brings the war to the streets. Now, no one is safe as The Exterminator reaps his bloody vengeance!
Beau Geste (1966)
Beau Geste is a 1966 film based on the novel by P. C. Wren filmed by Universal Pictures in Technicolor and Techniscope near Yuma, Arizona and directed by Douglas Heyes. This is the least faithful of the various film adaptations of the original novel. In this version, there are only two brothers, rather than three, and there are no sequences showing Beau's life prior to his joining the Legion.
Buried Loot (1935)
An embezzler breaks out of prison and returns to the spot where he hid his stolen money.
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1966)
Legendary outlaw of the Old West Jesse James, on the run from Marshal MacPhee, hides out in the castle of Baron Frankenstein's granddaughter Maria, who proceeds to transform Jesse's slow-witted pal Hank into a bald zombie, which she names Igor.
All's Fair (1989)
All's Fair (also known as Skirmish) is a 1989 American comedy film directed by Rocky Lang and starring George Segal, Sally Kellerman and Robert Carradine.
A Tale of Two Critters (1977)
A Tale of Two Critters is a 1977 live-action adventure featurette produced by Walt Disney Productions about a bear cub and a young raccoon accidentally thrown together who become friends. It was written and directed by Jack Speirs and released theatrically by Buena Vista Distribution as a double feature with The Rescuers on June 22, 1977.
Le dernier souffle (1999)
The Last Breath (French: Le Dernier souffle) is a Canadian drama film, released in 1999. Written by Joanne Arseneau and directed by Richard Ciupka, the film stars Luc Picard as Laurent Vaillancourt, a police officer from Montreal who travels to Arkansas to solve the murder of his brother Martin (Michel Goyette).
The film's cast also includes Julien Poulin, Serge Houde, Anik Matern and Paul Ahmarani.
The Butcher Boy (1917)
The Butcher Boy is a 1917 American short comedy film starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Buster Keaton. This was the first in Arbuckle's series of films with the Comique Film Corporation, and Keaton's film debut.
Coney Island (1917)
Coney Island (also known as Fatty at Coney Island) is a 1917 American silent short comedy film written and directed by Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, and starring Arbuckle and Buster Keaton.
Like a Fish Out of Water (1999)
In Israel, an Argentine actor looks to his Hebrew teacher for help in perfecting his accent so that he can win a role on an Israeli soap opera.
The Rough House (1917)
The Rough House is a 1917 American two-reel silent comedy film written by, directed by, and starring both Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Buster Keaton. The Rough House was Keaton's first film as a director.
The Day the Fish Came Out (1967)
The Day the Fish Came Out (Greece: Otan ta psaria vgikan sti steria) is a 1967 Greek-British comedy film directed and written by Michael Cacoyannis who also designed the film's costumes. The film stars Tom Courtenay, Colin Blakely and Sam Wanamaker.
Old friends get together for a weekend in a remote cabin, but lurking behind the laughter is a murky episode from their past. When an apocalyptic event threatens their lives, a new natural order is unveiled to them.
Count Dracula's Great Love (1973)
Four women spend the night in an old deserted sanitarium on a mountain. They each in turn fall into the the evil hands of a doctor who forces them to suck each others blood and to whip innocent village virgins so they can lick the oozing cuts clean.
The Annihilators (1985)
Brand New 2K Master! South Point, Georgia is in the stranglehold of Roy Boy Jagger (Paul Koslo, Mr. Majestyk) and his sadistic gang of extortionists and murderers armed to the hilt with sophisticated weaponry. Enter The Annihilators—an elite and synchronized fighting machine weaned on the impossible and hardened by the cruel realities of war. Now back in the States, they face a challenge every bit as vicious as their commando raids… and twice as urgent. They are called upon by the citizens of South Point in a moment of desperation to single-handedly stop the maniacal Roy Boy. They must fight fire with fire—for The Annihilators, the war is over, but the battle has just begun. Stylishly directed by cult director Charles E. Sellier Jr. (Silent Night, Deadly Night) and starring Gerrit Graham (National Lampoon’s Class Reunion) and Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs (Freddie ‘Boom Boom’ Washington of Welcome Back, Kotter).
The Light Touch (1951)
The Light Touch is a 1951 film starring Stewart Granger, Pier Angeli, and George Sanders, written and directed by Richard Brooks.
Touch Me in the Morning (1999)
Touch Me in the Morning is a 1999 independent film written and directed by Giuseppe Andrews. Andrews, who is better known for his roles in films such as Cabin Fever (in which he played the memorably quirky deputy) and Detroit Rock City, made the film with his friends and neighbors from the trailer park community he lives in, he has since made numerous films and shorts with this same group of people as his regular cast. In early 2006, Troma Entertainment released "Touch Me in the Morning" on DVD including other short films by Andrews and an interview with Andrews by Lloyd Kaufman.
The film is very gratuitous and is reminiscent of films such as Pink Flamingos and Gummo due to its collection of oddball characters and its blunt depiction of the grotesque living standards of its characters.
Blue Eyelids (2007)
A woman invites a male stranger along on a vacation, and they find that compatibility leads to love.
The Spell of Amy Nugent (1941)
Spellbound (1941) is a British drama film directed by John Harlow. The film is based on the novel The Necromancer by Robert Hugh Benson. The film was released in the US in 1945 under the titles of Ghost Story and The Spell of Amy Nugent to avoid confusion with Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound, released later in 1945.
The Lash (1930)
The Lash is a 1930 American Pre-Code drama film produced and distributed by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Bros. It had an alternate title of Adios. The film was directed by Frank Lloyd and stars Richard Barthelmess, Mary Astor, James Rennie and Marian Nixon. The film was issued in two formats: Warner Bros. 65mm Vitascope wide screen and regular 35mm. The Vitaphone sound system was used for recording. Exteriors were filmed at the current Westlake Village, California and Russell Ranch of Thousand Oaks, California areas near Los Angeles. It was adapted for the screen by Bradley King from a story Adios by Fred Bartlett and Virginia Stivers Bartlett.
Girl From Tenth Avenue (1935)
The Girl from 10th Avenue is a 1935 American drama film directed by Alfred E. Green. The screenplay by Charles Kenyon is based on the 1914 play Outcast by Hubert Henry Davies. The film was released in the United Kingdom as Men on Her Mind.
Lamb of God (2008)
Lamb of God (Spanish: Cordero de Dios) is a 2008 Argentine drama film directed by Lucía Cedrón.