The Berlin Conspiracy (1992)

A CIA agent (Marc Singer) and an East German agent (Stephen Davies) thwart a terrorist germ plot as the Berlin Wall falls.

My Way (2012)

This documentary.examines the appeal and staying power of the phenomenally popular anthem to individualism.

The Right Hand Man (1987)

The Right-Hand Man is a young adult historical novel by K. M. Peyton, first published in 1977. The book is set in 1818 in Essex and London, during the Georgian era. It tells the story of Ned Rowlands, a talented stagecoach driver who meets the three creatures he loves best on the same day: a horse, a woman, and the man who will become his employer, (Lord Ironminster). Lord Ironminster was a renowned and daring dragsman until he lost his right arm and his father in an accident. He is sick with consumption (tuberculosis) and under pressure from his mother to marry a suitable wife, settle down and produce an heir. Lord Ironminster is more interested in winning a wager of 5,000 pounds to race from his home to Whitechapel Church in less than 75 minutes. His cousins (who will inherit on his death) are also keen to win the wager. The story details how Lord Ironminster tricks Ned Rowlands into coming to work for him as his coachman (his right-hand man), their efforts to win the wager, and the friendship that develops between them.

Night of the Naked Dead (2012)

Night of the Naked Dead is a 2013 American paranormal film written and directed by Junius Podrug. The film stars Emma Gruttadauria, Joshua Koopman, Alexandra Creteau, Nick Apostolides, Carl S. Back in the lead roles. The film was an Official Selection of the 2012 Killer Film Fest. It is a micro-budget independent production that was released via DVD (including Netflix DVD), cable network VOD services, and Internet streaming on December 3, 2013.

Glorious Betsy (1928)

Glorious Betsy is a 1928 silent film with talking sequences. It is based on a play of the same name by Rida Johnson Young and starring Dolores Costello. It was produced by Warner Bros. and was nominated for (but did not win) an Academy Award for Best Writing, Adaptation in 1929. The film was directed by Alan Crosland with cinematography by Hal Mohr. A mute print of this film survives in the Library of Congress, and while their copy of this film is missing some of the sound reels, it is unknown whether other copies of the sound have been preserved elsewhere. Vitaphone track survive incomplete at UCLA Film and Television Archive. Although the film was written by both Anthony Coldeway and Jack Jarmuth (the latter credited only for title cards), only Coldeway was nominated for the Academy Award.

Kentucky Moonshine (1938)

Kentucky Moonshine is a 1938 film directed by David Butler and released by 20th Century Fox.

The Lies of the Victors (2014)

After he loses a story, Fabian is assigned a young female intern. He has her investigate a death at a zoo, and is shocked when his story links up with her investigation.

Two Living, One Dead (1961)

Two Living, One Dead is a 1961 British-Swedish existentialist thriller film directed by Anthony Asquith and starring Patrick McGoohan, Virginia McKenna and Bill Travers. The film is a remake of the 1937 Norwegian film To levende og en død, which in turn was adapted from the novel of the same name by author Sigurd Christiansen. The Scandinavian small-town setting of the earlier film was kept but the action was moved to Sweden.

Unspoken (2006)

A young woman (Ashley Jensen), her boyfriend (Justin Allen) and his brother (Matt Siegan) make a pact to commit suicide.

To Life! (2014)

Aging cabaret singer Ruth and terminally ill Jonas form an intense bond that gives them a reason and purpose to live.

The Wizard of Oz (1982)

The Wizard of Oz (オズの魔法使い, Ozu no Mahōtsukai) is a 1982 anime feature film directed by Fumihiko Takayama, from a screenplay by Yoshimitsu Banno and Akira Miyazaki, which is based on the 1900 children's novel by L. Frank Baum, produced by Yoshimitsu Banno and Katsumi Ueno for Toho Co., Ltd. The film was originally shown at the Cannes Film Festival, but did not have a regular run in U.S. theatres. In the 1980s, a re-edited version of the film was released in Czechoslovakia. The film was dubbed into the Slovak language except for the songs, which were performed by Japanese singers (from the original Japanese music version). Some other foreign dubs, such as the Italian and Greek versions, had this premise edit as well.

Judith of Bethulia (1914)

Judith of Bethulia (1914) is a film starring Blanche Sweet and Henry B. Walthall, and produced and directed by D. W. Griffith, based on the play of the same name by Thomas Bailey Aldrich. The film was the first feature-length film made by pioneering film company Biograph, although the second that Biograph released.Shortly after its completion and a disagreement Griffith had with Biograph executives on making more future feature-length films, Griffith left Biograph, and took the entire stock company with him. Biograph delayed the picture's release until 1914, after Griffith's departure, so that it would not have to pay him in a profit-sharing agreement they had.

Claude (1992)

A dizzy French emigrant (Irne Jacob) picks a hapless fellow (Mark Evan Jacobs) to look out for her and her Cambodian child.

Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks (1974)

In this "Frankenstein" story, the mad doctor endeavors to build a human from spare parts. He assigns his servant, one of which is a dwarf named Genz, the task of finding a suitable human brain. They fail at the job, and Genz is exiled from the castle. Disgruntled by the turn of events, Genz enlists a Neanderthal to help exact revenge on the doctor and the inhabitants of the castle.

Summer in the City (1971)

Summer in the City is the first full-length feature film by director Wim Wenders, released in 1970 and starring Hanns Zischler. Wenders' first full-length film was produced as his graduation project at the Academy of Film and Television in Munich ("Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film München") which he attended from 1967 to 1970. Shot in 16 mm black and white by subsequent long-time Wenders collaborator Robby Müller, the movie exhibited many of Wenders' later trademark themes of aimless searching, running from invisible demons, and persistent wandering toward an indeterminate goal. In this case the journey is that of protagonist Hans (Zischler) after he is released from prison. Searching through seedy West German streets and bars, he finally winds up visiting an old friend in Berlin. According to Wenders, the title of the film relates to the song from the band The Lovin' Spoonful, which was also included in the film, although a painting by Edward Hopper might have influenced Wenders as well. Wenders was a fan of both The Lovin' Spoonful and Hopper, references to whom he has included in several of his films.

The Yum Yum Girls (1976)

A young woman (Tanya Roberts) moves to New York and joins others who hope to become models.

Final Impact (1992)

Final Impact is a 1991 martial arts film starring Jeff Langton, Mimi Lesseos, Lorenzo Lamas and Michael Worth. It was directed by Joseph Merhi. The film was shot in 18 days.

Jan Saudek: Trapped by His Passions, No Hope for Rescue (2007)

The truthful, yet harsh, life story of a hero and dropout.

Soft Vengeance: Albie Sachs and the New South Africa (2014)

The life of Albie Sachs, a lawyer, writer, and freedom fighter during the overthrow of apartheid in South Africa.

Calaboose (1943)

Calaboose is a 1943 sequel to Dudes are Pretty People (1942), a Western film featurette from "Hal Roach's Streamliners," a series of approximately 50-minute comedic movies, in this case directed by Hal Roach, Jr. and starring Jimmy Rogers as "Jimmy" and Noah Beery, Jr. as "Pidge Crosby" (Beery's real-life nickname was "Pidge"). The film runs 45 minutes and features Mary Brian in the supporting cast. Another sequel followed later the same year, with Rogers and Beery playing the same characters, entitled Prairie Chickens.

Paradise in Harlem (1939)

Paradise in Harlem is a 1939 American musical comedy-drama film written by Frank L Wilson and directed by Joseph Seiden. It was first shown in 1939 starring Frank H Wilson. It was released by Jubilee Production Co.

Lucifer Rising (1972)

Lucifer Rising is a short film by director Kenneth Anger. Although virtually completed in 1972, the film was only widely distributed in 1980, after Bobby Beausoleil delivered the finished soundtrack master.

Back on Board: Greg Louganis (2014)

Filmmaker Cheryl Furjanic chronicles the complex life of Olympic champion Greg Louganis as he re-emerges to return to the diving world and act as a mentor to up-and-coming athletes.

Private Pluto (1943)

Private Pluto is a cartoon made by Walt Disney Productions in 1943. In this cartoon Pluto is in the army and he gets antagonized by two chipmunks, later known as Chip 'n' Dale, in their first appearance.

Dimensions (2011)

Dimensions is a 2011 science fiction-love story film set in the 1920s and 1930s. The film was directed by Sloane U’Ren and written by Ant Neely, who are a married couple. The film is U’Ren’s feature film directorial debut and is also known as Dimensions: A Line, A Loop, A Tangle of Threads. Dimensions premiered as part of the 2011 Cambridge Film Festival (U.K.) and outsold, per screen, the U.K. premieres of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Help and Midnight in Paris. After the Cambridge screenings, the film underwent a minor re-edit and was finished in early 2012. Dimensions was voted Best Film 2012 at the 37th Boston Science Fiction Film Festival and awarded the Gort Award. Previous Gort Award winners have included Duncan Jones' Moon. The film went on to win Best Film at the London Independent Film Festival and Best Film at the Long Island International Film Expo. Director Sloane U'Ren was also awarded Best Director at the Long Island International Film Expo.

You're Telling Me (1942)

You're Telling Me is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Charles Lamont and written by Frances Hyland and Brenda Weisberg. The film stars Hugh Herbert, Anne Gwynne, Robert Paige, Edward Ashley-Cooper, Ernest Truex and Esther Dale. The film was released on May 3, 1942, by Universal Pictures.

The Cold Room (1984)

The Cold Room is a 1984 cable television film by James Dearden. Based on an eponymous 1978 science fiction novel by Jeffrey Caine, the film stars George Segal, Amanda Pays (in her film debut), Anthony Higgins, Renée Soutendijk, and Warren Clarke. The original film score is by Michael Nyman. It was a production of MCEG/Sterling Entertainment and released on VHS by Charter Entertainment.

Luther the Geek (1989)

Luther the Geek is a 1990 horror film that was released by Troma Entertainment. It was directed by Carlton J. Albright and stars Edward Terry in the titular role, with Stacy Haiduk and Joan Roth playing supporting roles.

The Meaning of Tea (2008)

Filmmaker Scott Chamberlin Hoyt sheds light on the character of tea.

Long fa wei (1985)

When they kill his beloved granny, Doggy vows revenge against the Master of Doom and his henchmen.

Hot Wings (2014)

A man discovers that an organ trafficking ring murdered his father for his heart, and he starts tracking down its members.

Lissi and the Wild Emperor (2007)

Lissi und der wilde Kaiser is a 2007 German animated film comedy parody of the Sissi films.

Robin Hood of Monterey (1947)

Robin Hood of Monterey is a 1947 American adventure film directed by Christy Cabanne and starring Gilbert Roland, Chris-Pin Martin and Evelyn Brent. The film was part of the long-running Cisco Kid series produced by Monogram Pictures. The Cisco Kid travels to Monterey, California (then part of Mexico), where he clears the son of an old friend of a charge of murder.

Red Rover (2003)

Red Rover (also known as The Haunting Within) is a 2003 horror / thriller film directed by Marc S. Grenier. It is about two siblings played by William Baldwin and Jodi Lyn O'Keefe who travel to their families old, ancestral estate upon the death of their father. They soon find out the hard way about their family's ancient secret of witchcraft and the occult.

Bratan (1991)

Seventeen-year-old Farukh (Firus Sasaliyev) and his younger brother, Pontsjik (Timur Tursunov), are totally dependent on one another. One day, they decide to hop a freight train and travel through the deserted countryside to visit their long-lost father in hopes of securing a better life. The brothers encounter strangers and obstacles along the way, and grow closer during their shared journey. They face their biggest obstacle when they finally meet their father, who is now a successful doctor.

The Brig (1964)

Brutality in a Marine Corps brig at a base in 1957 Japan prompts the degeneration of its prisoners.

The Snow Creature (1954)

The Snow Creature is a 1954 black-and-white sci-fi monster movie produced and directed by W. Lee Wilder, written by Myles Wilder, and starring Paul Langton and Leslie Denison.

All In The Game (2006)

All in the Game is a 2006 British one-off television drama, made by Tightrope Pictures for Channel 4.

Satan Claus (1996)

A killer Santa Claus hunts the streets of New York.

The Girl from the South (2013)

Sukyung Lim attends a youth festival in North Korea and crosses the heavily fortified border on foot.

Die gläserne Zelle (1978)

The Glass Cell (German: Die gläserne Zelle) is a 1978 West German crime film directed by Hans W. Geißendörfer. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 51st Academy Awards.

Gebissen wird nur nachts - das Happening der Vampire (1971)

The Vampire Happening (German: Gebissen wird nur nachts) is a 1971 West German comedy and horror film directed by Freddie Francis.

Little Lise (1930)

Little Lise (French: La petite Lise) is a 1930 French drama film directed by Jean Grémillon and starring Nadia Sibirskaïa. The film's sets were designed by Guy de Gastyne.

Show of Hands (2008)

Show of Hands is a feature film written and directed by Anthony McCarten. It stars Melanie Lynskey, Craig Hall Stephen Lovatt and Matt Whelan. Based on true events, the story concerns an endurance competition where the person who can keep their hand on a new car the longest wins the car. The world record for such a competition is over five days. Filming took place in New Plymouth, New Zealand between November and December 2007. The film premiered at the Montreal Film Festival on 28 August 2008, and was released theatrically in New Zealand on 13 November.

War and Peace (2002)

War and Peace is a 2002 Indian documentary film directed by Anand Patwardhan. The film covers the Indian and Pakistani nuclear weapons tests in 1998, as well as the nationalist rhetoric that accompanied these tests. It also explores the ill-effects of the Indian test on the surrounding population and the reactions to the test among the government and the public. The latter part of the film also covers the perception of nuclear weapons in Japan and the United States. Upon the film's completion, the Indian censor board demanded that Patwardhan make 21 cuts before it could be released, including cutting all speeches by politicians. Patwardhan refused and took the matter to court; the Bombay high court ruled in his favor a year later, and the film was released without any cuts.

You're Only Young Once (1937)

You're Only Young Once (1937) is the second Andy Hardy movie, with Lewis Stone permanently replacing Lionel Barrymore as Judge Hardy, and Mickey Rooney appearing as his son Andy. MGM replaced Barrymore and Spring Byington (with Fay Holden), since both were too expensive for the sequel's modest budget. Only Rooney, Cecilia Parker and Sara Haden, as Aunt Milly, remained from the original cast.

Promises Written in Water (2010)

Promises Written in Water is a 2010 drama film written, directed, edited, and produced by Vincent Gallo. The cast includes Vincent Gallo, Delfine Bafort, Sage Stallone, Lisa Love and Hope Tomaselli.

The Internet's Own Boy: The Story Of Aaron Swartz (2014)

The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz is a 2014 American biographical documentary film about Aaron Swartz written, directed, and produced by Brian Knappenberger. The film premiered in the US Documentary Competition program category at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2014. After its premiere at Sundance, Participant Media and FilmBuff acquired distribution rights of the film. The film was released to theatres and VOD on June 27, 2014, in United States. It will be followed by a broadcast television premiere on Participant's network Pivot in late 2014. The film also played at the 2014 SXSW on March 15, 2014. It served as the opening film at the 2014 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival on April 24, 2014. The film's UK premiere took place at Sheffield Doc/Fest in June 2014. In August 2014, the film was screened at the Barbican Centre in London as part of Wikimania 2014. The BBC also aired the film in January 2015 as part of its Storyville documentary brand. It was also released on the Internet with a Creative Commons license.

Blondie's Secret (1948)

Blondie's Secret is a 1948 black and white comedy film and the twenty-fourth of the 28 Blondie films.

The Guy Who Came Back (1951)

The Guy Who Came Back is a 1951 film made by 20th Century Fox, directed by Joseph M. Newman, and starring by Paul Douglas, Joan Bennett and Linda Darnell. The screenplay was written by Allan Scott, based on story by W.G. Fay.

13 Lakes (2004)

13 Lakes is a 2004 16mm film by American independent filmmaker James Benning. It is an instance of slow cinema, placing emphasis on introspection and contemplation. The film was added to the US National Film Registry as a "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant film" in 2014.

The White Sister (1923)

The White Sister is a 1923 American drama film starring Lillian Gish and Ronald Colman, directed by Henry King, and belatedly released by Metro Pictures. It was based on the 1909 novel of the same name by Francis Marion Crawford. It is the second of four adaptations of the novel, preceded by a 1915 production and followed by a 1933 sound film, starring Helen Hayes and Clark Gable, and a 1960 Mexican production.

Smashing Pumpkins: If All Goes Wrong (2008)

The band performs a full concert.

The Sacred Family (2005)

While on vacation with his family, a man (Sergio Hernndez) develops an attraction to his son's (Nstor Cantillana) girlfriend.

Parade (2010)

Parade (パレード) is a 2009 Japanese drama film directed by Isao Yukisada.

Eccomi Qua (2003)

A carefree bachelor (Andrea Sartoretti) tries to decide if he is ready for fatherhood after an ex-lover shows up with their son in tow.

Razing the Bar: A Documentary About the Funhouse (2014)

Filmmaker Ryan Worsley documents the development and demolition of The Funhouse, a Seattle venue for musicians.

Sringaravelan (2013)

Sringaravelan is a 2013 Malayalam comedy film directed by Jose Thomas and scripted by Udayakrishna-Siby K. Thomas. It stars Dileep and Vedhicka in her debut in Malayalam cinema. The film released in Onam, and was a commercial success at the box office.

You Can't Kill Stephen King (2012)

A campy horror film about a group of friends who make a clueless and ill-fated decision to visit the lake where horror author Stephen King lives.

Loot (1970)

Loot is a 1970 British comedy film directed by Silvio Narizzano which is based on the play of the same name by Joe Orton. It was entered into the 1971 Cannes Film Festival.

Sellâle (2001)

The Waterfall is a 2001 Turkish comedy-drama film, written and directed by Semir Aslanyürek, about a famous painter returning to his hometown to remember his childhood in a politically divided home just before the 1960 military coup d'état. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 16, 2001, was described by author Rekin Teksoy as a "lively, fresh look at the director's childhood."

They Got Me Covered (1943)

They Got Me Covered (1943) is a comedy film starring Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour. The comedy movie was directed by David Butler. Otto Preminger appears in a supporting role. It is also known as Washington Story and The Washington Angle.

The Shaft (2008)

A father, son and daughter fight to keep hope as they face harsh realities.

Cash on Demand (1961)

Cash on Demand is a 1961 British thriller film directed by Quentin Lawrence and starring Peter Cushing and André Morell. The film company Hammer Film Productions invested the equivalent of £37,000 in 2009 currency to produce the film. Columbia Pictures began distribution of the film in the United States on 20 December 1961, and screenings continued until April in some major cities.

Legend of the Hillbilly Butcher (2012)

Legend of the Hillbilly Butcher is a 2012 horror film that was written and directed by Joaquin Montalvan. The film was released to DVD and VOD on 23 September 2014 and stars Paul E. Respass as a hillbilly with a taste for human flesh.


Discopath (French: Discopathe) is a 2013 Canadian film directed by Renaud Gauthier. The film is about Duane Lewis, a New York cook who becomes insane when hearing disco music. After murdering a woman in a club, Duane travels to Montreal where he continues his killing spree. Discopath premiered in Canada at the Fantasia Film Festival.

The Americano (1916)

The Americano is a 1916 American silent adventure / romantic comedy film directed by John Emerson and stars Douglas Fairbanks in his last production for Triangle Film Corporation. Based on the novel Blaze Derringer, by Eugene P. Lyle, Jr., the scenario was written by John Emerson and Anita Loos who also wrote the film's intertitles. The film was re-released by S.A. Lynch Enterprises on August 21, 1923. Three 16mm prints and one 8mm print of the film still exists. Set in a fictional South American country of Paragonia, it has been described as one of a group of films that supported United States imperialism by providing support to the idea of manifest destiny.

The Lineup (1958)

The Lineup is a 1958 American film version of the police procedural television series of the same name that ran on CBS radio from 1950 until 1953, and on CBS television from 1954 until 1960. The film was directed by Don Siegel. It features a number of scenes shot in locations in San Francisco during the late 1950s including shots of the Embarcadero Freeway (then still under construction) and the Sutro Baths.

Bicycle (2014)

Filmmaker Michael B. Clifford explores the history and current popularity of bicycles.

Guns for Dollars (1971)

They Call Me Hallelujah (Italian: Testa t'ammazzo, croce... sei morto - Mi chiamano Alleluja, also known as Guns for Dollars, Deep West and Heads I Kill You, Tails You're Dead! They Call Me Hallalujah) is a 1971 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Giuliano Carnimeo and starring George Hilton.

The Way to the Gold (1957)

The Way to the Gold is a 1957 drama film directed by Robert D. Webb. It stars Jeffrey Hunter and co-stars Sheree North and Barry Sullivan, and was released by 20th Century-Fox.

The Neighbor (1992)

Townspeople begin to disappear after a doctor takes an unusual interest in the affairs of a newly arrived couple.

Hempsters: Plant the Seed (2008)

Hempsters: Plant the Seed is a 2003 Michael Henning documentary concerning cannabis legalization. It includes footage of the 1996 arrest of Woody Harrelson for planting four hemp seeds in an act civil disobedience in Kentucky, and the ensuing legal proceedings. Also covered is eradication of cannabis at the Lakota Sioux reservation. The film was shown at the Bend Film Festival in 2010.

Je suis Charlie (2015)

Je suis Charlie (original title: L'humour à mort) is a 2015 French documentary film directed by Emmanuel Leconte and Daniel Leconte about the 2015 Île-de-France attacks. It was shown in the TIFF Docs section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. The documentary has been nominated for the F:ACT Award at the 2015 Copenhagen International Documentary Festival and for Best Documentary at the 2016 Jerusalem Film Festival.

A Friend Indeed: The Bill Sackter Story (2008)

Filmmaker Lane Wyrick documents the story of Bill Sackter, who, after being institutionalized for 44 years, became a hero to people with disabilities.

Barge (2015)

People find direction 28 days at a time working as deckhands on towboats bound for the port of New Orleans.

Films to Keep You Awake: The Christmas Tale (2006)

After finding an injured thief, a group of young friends decides to torture her into revealing the location of her stolen money.

The Sister-in-Law (1995)

A lounge singer (Kate Vernon) schemes to get revenge on the tycoon she holds responsible for her parents' deaths.

Death Smiles on a Murderer (1973)

Death Smiles at a Murderer (Italian: La morte ha sorriso all'assassino) is a 1973 Italian horror film directed by Joe D'Amato, starring Klaus Kinski and Ewa Aulin.

The Memory of Us (1974)

A young housewife (Ellen Geer) and mother of two has an uneasy marriage with an unfaithful husband (Jon Cypher).

A Life in Dirty Movies (2013)

Wiktor Ericsson crafts a portrait of sexploitation filmmakers Joe and Peggy Sarno as the elderly couple try to get one last film project off the ground.

Penitentiary Angel (1996)

Penitentiary Angel (also known as Behind the Wall of Shame, is a 1994 Chinese drama film starring Zhao Wei and directed by Jin Xie. The film was adapted from the same name novel. Official selection of 1995 UN's Women Conference.

Jánosík (1921)

Jánošík is a Slovak black-and-white silent film from 1921. It relates the popular legend of the highwayman Juraj Jánošík. It shows the filmmakers' experience with early American movies in camera work, in the use of parallel narratives, and in sequences inspired by Westerns. Jánošík placed Slovak filmmaking as the 10th national cinema in the world to produce a full-length feature movie.

The Loves of Mary, Queen of Scots (1924)

The Loves of Mary, Queen of Scots is a 1923 British silent historical film directed by Denison Clift and starring Fay Compton, Gerald Ames and Ivan Samson. The film depicts the life of Mary, Queen of Scots and her eventual execution. It was one of the final films made by Ideal, one of the leading British studios, before they were hit by the Slump of 1924.

The Mad Monster (1942)

The Mad Monster is an American horror film produced and distributed in 1942 by "Poverty Row" studio Producers Releasing Corporation, directed by Sam Newfield, written by Fred Myton, and starring George Zucco, Glenn Strange, Johnny Downs and Anne Nagel. The plot involves a mad scientist who has been discredited by his peers. He attempts to kill them off after he develops a secret formula that transforms his gardener into a murderous wolfman.

Mabel Lost and Won (1915)

Mabel Lost and Won is a 1915 American short comedy film directed by and starring Mabel Normand. The supporting cast includes Owen Moore as her love interest, Alice Davenport as her mother, and Fontaine La Rue as a vamp.

Backwater (2013)

Cass (Liana Werner-Gray) and Mark (Justin Tully) travel to a secluded area for a long weekend and suspect someone is stalking them.

Round Numbers (1992)

The wife (Kate Mulgrew) of "Big Al the Muffler King" (Marty Ingels) aims to fix his spokesmodel at a weight-loss health spa.

Talk of the Town (1995)

Talk of the Town (German: Stadtgespräch) is a 1995 German comedy film directed by Rainer Kaufmann.

The Children in the House (1916)

A woman is stuck with an unfaithful husband until he is killed robbing a bank.

Shiver (2008)

Eskalofrío is a 2008 horror-thriller film directed by Isidro Ortiz and produced by Guillermo Del Toro.

Chez Schwartz (2007)

Filmmaker Garry Beitel spends a year chronicling the lives of the staff, customers and panhandlers at Schwartz's Deli, a legendary Montreal eatery.

Pursuit of Vengeance (1977)

Six fighters gather at a mansion and battle to the death.

God Willing (2006)

God Willing (Swedish: Om Gud vill) is a 2006 Swedish romance film directed by Amir Chamdin. The soundtrack for this film composed by Nathan Larson contains two songs by Nina Persson.

Ghost Stories: Unmasking the Dead (2008)

Filmmaker Dan T. Hall explores the Cliff House, the Whispers Estate, the Tuckaway House and other reportedly haunted sites in Indiana.

Golden Gate Girls (2013)

Golden Gate Girls is a 2013 documentary film focusing on the life and works of Esther Eng (1914-1970), once honored as the first woman director of Southern China. She crossed boundaries of both gender and culture by making Cantonese language films for Chinese audiences during and after WWII. She was in fact the only woman directing feature-length films in America after Dorothy Arzner’s retirement in 1943 and before Ida Lupino began directing in 1949. After her film career, she pioneered in establishing fine dining Chinese Restaurants in New York City. She left her mark in both the Chinese and English press enabling director S. Louisa Wei to recover some of her lost stories. Clips from her two extant films, stills from her eight other motion pictures, photos from her six albums, newsreels of San Francisco as she saw them, as well as hundreds of archival images are collected to present her life and work in the most stunning visuals.

Carry On Teacher (1959)

Carry On Teacher is the third in the series of Carry On films, with 31 entries. It was released in 1959. It features Ted Ray in his only Carry On role, alongside series regulars; Kenneth Connor, Charles Hawtrey, Kenneth Williams and Hattie Jacques. Leslie Phillips and Joan Sims make their second appearances in the series here, having made their debuts in the previous entry, Carry On Nurse. A young Richard O'Sullivan and a young Larry Dann – making the first of his four Carry on appearances – turn up as pupils.

The Aztec Mummy Against the Humanoid Robot (1958)

The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy is a Mexican horror film, the third in a trilogy, directed by Rafael Portillo, starring Ramón Gay and Rosa Arenas. It blends elements of science fiction and horror. The film is the sequel to The Aztec Mummy and The Curse of the Aztec Mummy, and a large portion of it consists of an extended recap of the events from the first two films in the series. The three films were all shot in 1957, one after another without a break in the production schedule.

Residue (2015)

Residue is a British science fiction supernatural horror miniseries created and written by John Harrison and directed by Alex Garcia Lopez. The first series, which consists of three episodes of 44 minutes each, entirely premiered on 31 March 2015 on the streaming service Netflix. Residue revolves around the aftermath of an explosion in an English futuristic metropolis nightclub and the unreliable quarantine zone built by the government, who is hiding what is really happening inside it. In the meantime, a photojournalist stumbles upon paranormal events triggered either by or after the bombing.

Soho Conspiracy (1950)

The plans to put on a charity concert are nearly wrecked by a lawyer who wants to take over a restaurant.