Half Moon (2010)

A prostitute's (Tori Black) latest client (Marek Matousek) is a man who turns into a werewolf.

Arizona (2004)

Phoebe holds her own as the only female resident of an Old West town, until she meets drifter Peter Muncie, whose rugged charm softens her gruff exterior.

The Sky Calls (1959)

Nebo Zovyot (Russian: Небо зовет, translit. Nebo zovet, lit. The Sky Beckons or The Heavens Beckon) is a Soviet science-fiction feature film, produced by Aleksandr Kozyr and Mikhail Karyukov, and filmed at the Dovzhenko Film Studios in 1959. It premiered September 12, 1959.

Killers of Kilimanjaro (1959)

In colonial Africa, American railroad engineer Robert Adamson (Robert Taylor) sets out from Mombasa, Kenya, to Lake Victoria to plot out a route for Africa's first transcontinental railroad. He is accompanied on this treacherous task by Jane Carlton (Anne Aubrey), whose father and fianc have both disappeared in the wilds of the African veldt, and a spunky young Arab boy, Pasha (John Dimech), whose slave-trader father, Ben Ahmed (Grgoire Aslan), is working with a rival railroad firm.

Exposed (1947)

A private eye (Adele Mara) and her sidekick solve the case of a dead client.

The Alien Dead (1980)

The Alien Dead is a 1980 American horror film directed by Fred Olen Ray. Ray co-wrote the script with Martin Nicholas.

Mars (1997)

After his brother, a corporate security captain for a Mars-based mining company, mysteriously winds up dead, an Earth man journeys to the Red Planet to clean house and gain vengeance.

Solo Sunny (1980)

Solo Sunny is a 1980 East German drama film directed by Konrad Wolf and Wolfgang Kohlhaase. It was entered into the 30th Berlin International Film Festival, where Renate Krößner won the Silver Bear for Best Actress. Solo Sunny was the last completed film directed by Konrad Wolf.

The Lone Rider and the Bandit (1942)

Tom disguises himself as a musician to find out who is terrorizing miners into selling their claims at a low price.

Arizona Days (1937)

Arizona Days (1937) is the third Western singing cowboy Tex Ritter made for producer Edward Finney for Grand National Pictures. Many public domain prints are missing sequences from the original release.

The Prisoner of Shark Island (1936)

The Prisoner of Shark Island is a 1936 film loosely based on the life of Samuel Mudd, produced by Darryl F. Zanuck, directed by John Ford, and starring Warner Baxter and Gloria Stuart. Twentieth Century Pictures, before they merged with Fox, purchased the rights to the book The Life of Dr. Mudd by Nettie Mudd Monroe, doctor's daughter. The film's credits, however, make no reference to Monroe or her book. Modern sources state that Darryl Zanuck, Twentieth Century's vice-president in charge of production, got the idea to make the film after he read an article in Time magazine about the prison camp for political prisoners on the Dry Tortugas island.

The Honor of the Press (1932)

The Honor of the Press is a 1932 American Pre-Code film directed by B. Reeves Eason.

8.5 Hours (2008)

8.5 Hours is a 2008 Irish film written and directed by Brian Lally. The film tells the story of one frantic day in the lives of four Dublin software workers during the final months of Ireland's Celtic Tiger boom years. The film stars Lynette Callaghan, Art Kearns, Victor Burke and Jonathan Byrne. The film won several awards on the Irish film festival circuit, including Best Irish Feature Film at the International Film Festival Ireland in Clonmel (2009), Best Actress award for Lynette Callaghan at the Yellow Fever Independent Film Festival in Belfast (2009) and was awarded 2nd place in the Best Feature category at the Waterford Film Festival. 8.5 Hours went on a limited Irish cinema release in January 2010 and was released on DVD throughout Ireland in November 2010. It was released on DVD and VOD in North America by the American distributor Breaking Glass Pictures in March 2011. The film was the first feature produced by the Irish production company Instigator Films.

I Vicerè (2007)

Following the funeral of a princess, members of a family fight over the inheritance.

Cremaster 5 (1997)

The Queen of Chain (Ursula Andress) sings a mournful aria while watching a past lover (Matthew Barney) leap into the Danube and become transformed.

SOS Coast Guard (1937)

S O S Coast Guard (1937) is a Republic film serial. It was the seventh of the sixty-six serials made by Republic. The plot concerns the mad scientist Boroff (Bela Lugosi) attempting to sell a superweapon to the highest bidder, opposed by Coast Guard Lieutenant Terry Kent (Ralph Byrd), for both personal and professional reasons. The main stars were Bela Lugosi and Ralph Byrd. It was made during the 2-year period when the Hayes Office put a moratorium on horror movies, Lugosi's usual genre, and in the midst of Byrd's notoriety for the highly popular Dick Tracy serials.

Ma and Pa Kettle at the Fair (1952)

Ma and Pa Kettle at the Fair is a 1952 American comedy film directed by Charles Barton. It is the fourth installment of Universal-International's Ma and Pa Kettle franchise starring Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride.

Losing Ground (1982)

Losing Ground is a semiautobiographical 1982 film written and directed by Kathleen Collins starring Seret Scott, Bill Gunn, and Duane Jones. It is the first feature-length drama directed by a black American woman, or at least one of the first, and won First Prize at the Figueroa International Film Festival in Portugal.

Ma and Pa Kettle at Home (1954)

Ma and Pa Kettle at Home is a 1954 American comedy film directed by Charles Lamont. It is the sixth installment of Universal-International's Ma and Pa Kettle franchise starring Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride.

Ridin' the Cherokee Trail (1941)

Two cowboys (Tex Ritter, "Arkansas Slim" Andrews) and a resourceful heroine come to the aid of ranchers being victimized by a villain.

Lucky Star (1929)

Lucky Star is a 1929 American romantic drama silent film starring Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, and directed by Frank Borzage. The plot involves the impact of World War I upon a farm girl (Gaynor) and a returning soldier (Farrell). The movie was produced by William Fox with cinematography by Chester A. Lyons and William Cooper Smith, and the supporting cast includes Paul Fix and Guinn "Big Boy" Williams. In the previous two years, Borzage had also directed Gaynor in 7th Heaven and Street Angel, two of the three films (along with F.W. Murnau's Sunrise) for which Gaynor won the first Academy Award for Best Actress. The film was produced in two versions- a silent version for the foreign market, and a partly talking version with sound effects and some dialogue for American release. Both versions were thought lost until the silent film was rediscovered overseas in the late 1980s and subsequently restored. The talking version of the film remains lost.

Juke Girl (1942)

Juke Girl is a 1942 drama film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and written by A.I. Bezzerides. The film stars Ann Sheridan and future President of the United States Ronald Reagan. The supporting cast includes Richard Whorf, George Tobias, Gene Lockhart, Alan Hale, Sr., Howard Da Silva, Donald MacBride, Faye Emerson, Willie Best, and Fuzzy Knight. The plot focuses on the plight of exploited farmers and farmworkers in the South.

My Girlfriend's Boyfriend (1999)

My Girlfriend's Boyfriend is an American 1998 screwball comedy film written and directed by Kenneth Schapiro, with singer-songwriter Deborah Gibson as the top-billed star. It was filmed on Long Island.

Je sens le beat qui monte en moi (2012)

Rosalba suffers from a strange affliction -- whenever she hears music she begins to dance.

Wicked (1931)

A pregnant woman (Elissa Landi) comes before a jury for attempted manslaughter in an accidental incident.

The Tell-Tale Heart (1953)

The Tell-Tale Heart is a 1953 American animated short film directed by Ted Parmelee and narrated by James Mason. The screenplay by Bill Scott and Fred Grable is based on the 1843 short story of the same title by Edgar Allan Poe. The UPA short is known as the first cartoon to be rated X in film history.

Alien Zone (1978)

A psychotic photographer, a modern-day Scrooge and a pack of evil children dominate this collection of macabre tales.

The Headhunter's Sister (1997)

Visits by a sibling (Elizabeth Schofield) spur a middle-aged New Yorker's (Bob McGrath) contemplation of his relationships and lifestyle.

The Porcelain Horse (2012)

Paco spends his days smoking crack with his brother, Luis. When Luis decides to steal from his parents, a violent fight erupts between them and their father, with tragic consequences.

Le Quattro Volte (2010)

Inspired by Pythagoras’s belief in four-fold transmigration — by which the soul is passed from human to animal to vegetable to mineral — Michelangelo Frammartino’s wondrous docu-essay traces the cycle of life through the daily rituals of life in the southern Italian region of Calabria.

Ánima Buenos Aires (2012)

Various characters explore the evolution of Buenos Aires in one of four tales utilizing different animation techniques.

Life's a Jungle: Africa's Most Wanted (2012)

A pampered pup must reluctantly adapt to a new way of life after becoming separated from his family during an African safari.

The Widows of Thursdays (2009)

The Widows of Thursdays (Spanish: Las viudas de los jueves) is a 2009 Argentine-Spanish crime drama film directed by Marcelo Piñeyro and based on the novel of the same name by Claudia Piñeiro. It stars an ensemble cast consisting of Pablo Echarri, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Juan Diego Botto, Ernesto Alterio, Ana Celentano, Juana Viale, Gabriela Toscano and Gloria Carrá. The story focuses on a crime commited in a gated community and the secrets surrounding wealthy families who reside there.

De martes a martes (2012)

A man (Pablo Pinto) witnesses a terrible crime, and the incident changes his outlook on life forever.

Merry Wives of Reno (1934)

Merry Wives of Reno is a 1934 American pre-Code comedy film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and starring Guy Kibbee, Glenda Farrell, Donald Woods, Margaret Lindsay, Hugh Herbert, and Frank McHugh. The film was released by Warner Bros. on May 12, 1934.

Monstro! (2010)

Killer vixens vs The Creature from the Deep in this retro-style creature feature gore-fest. Three gorgeous but deadly assassins land in a sleepy seaside town, and are warned not to go in the water, for fear of awakening a vicious sea creature. When they don t listen, and they take a booze-fuelled dip, they are soon left fighting for survival, along with the locals, as the creature awakes and reaps its fury on the town, culminating in a blood-soaked uber-violent finale between the girls and the monster.

Bad Man of Deadwood (1941)

Bad Man of Deadwood is a 1941 American film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers.

Vacanze in America (1984)

Vacanze in America (Holidays in America) is a 1984 Italian comedy film directed by Carlo Vanzina.

Super Nothing (2013)

Super Nada is a 2012 Brazilian-Mexican comedy-drama film directed by Rubens Rewald. The film features the musician Jair Rodrigues in its cast. For his participation in the film, Jair Rodrigues received the Special Award at the Festival do Rio. The actor Marat Descartes was also praised for his work in the role of Guto, the protagonist, having received the best actor award at the Festival de Gramado.

Purgatorium (2010)

Five strangers wake up in an abandoned house and realize if they want to escape, they will have to work together to solve a puzzle of murder and mayhem.

Greaser's Palace (1972)

Cult writer-director Robert Downey's surreal, scatological parable of the life of Christ takes place in a rundown Wild West town run by the perpetually angry and severely constipated Seaweedhead Greaser (Albert Henderson). When Seaweedhead accuses his son, Lamy (Michael Sullivan), of homosexuality and kills him, mysterious stranger Jessy (Allan Arbus) raises the son from the dead. Meanwhile, an unnamed woman (Elsie Downey) struggles to reach the town after her husband and son are murdered.

Marisa la civetta (1957)

A woman finds herself in a predicament after she promises to marry each of the four suitors who have proposed to her.

The Lodger (1927)

The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog is a 1927 British silent film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Marie Ault, Arthur Chesney, June Tripp, Malcolm Keen, and Ivor Novello. The film was released on 14 February 1927 in London and on 10 June 1928 in New York City. Based on a story by Marie Belloc Lowndes and a play Who Is He? co-written by Belloc Lowndes, the film is about the hunt for a "Jack the Ripper" type of serial killer in London.

Las cosas como son (2012)

Things as They Are (Spanish: Las Cosas Como Son) is a 2012 Chilean film directed and written by Fernando Lavanderos and filmed in Santiago, Chile. It premiered in Chile at the 2012 Festival Internacional de Viña del Mar (International Festival of Viña del Mar) and internationally at the Festival Internacional de Cine de Mar del Plata (International Film Festival Mar del Plata) in Argentina.

Adelheid (1970)

Adelheid is a 1970 Czechoslovak drama film directed by František Vláčil, based on a 1967 novel of the same name by Czech writer Vladimír Körner. The story is about the complicated relationship between Czech man Viktor and German woman Adelheid, and about relationships between Czechs and Germans in postwar Czechoslovakia in general.

Blood and Sand (1922)

Juan is the son of a poor widow in Seville. Against his mother's wishes he pursues a career as toreador. He rapidly gains national prominence, and takes his childhood sweetheart Carmen as his bride. He meets the Marquis' daughter Dona Sol, and finds himself in the awkward position of being in love with two women...

The Outsider (1980)

The Outsider is a 1980 film thriller set largely in Belfast during The Troubles; it was the first film directed by Italian-American Tony Luraschi. The film is based on the book The Heritage of Michael Flaherty by Colin Leinster, and details the fictional experience of an idealistic Irish-American who travels to Ireland and joins the Irish Republican Army in the 1970s. Luraschi, who had worked as an assistant director with Stanley Kramer and Roger Vadim, had never been to Ireland until 1976. The company was unable to film in Northern Ireland, so instead made arrangement with a local residents' association to film the exterior scenes in the Dublin suburb of Ringsend.

The Scar (2013)

Richard returns to the barn where his life changed 30 years earlier to exact revenge.

Shaolin Temple 2: Kids from Shaolin (1984)

Kids from Shaolin, also known as Shaolin Temple 2: Kids from Shaolin, is a 1984 Hong Kong-Chinese kung fu comedy film directed by Chang Hsin-yen.

20,000 Men a Year (1939)

20,000 Men a Year is a 1939 American action film directed by Alfred E. Green and written by Lou Breslow and Owen Francis. The film stars Randolph Scott, Preston Foster, Margaret Lindsay, Mary Healy, Robert Shaw and George Ernest. The film was released on October 27, 1939, by 20th Century Fox.

Cheech & Chong's The Corsican Brothers (1984)

In this parody adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas novel, a boisterous but unappreciated rock band is kicked out of a quaint French town, only to cross paths with a mystical gypsy, who unfolds the strange tale of two brothers (Cheech Marin, Thomas Chong) from the Corsican family who, although separated at birth, could feel each other's physical pleasures and pains. When the oddly powered pair reunite, their misguided misadventures spark the beginning of the French Revolution.

Cryptic (2009)

People endure puzzles, ghosts, time-travel, evil plots and twists that fold back on themselves.

Tiger Team: The Mountain of the 1000 Dragons (2010)

Adventure follows three young sleuths (Helena Siegmund-Schultze, Bruno Schubert, Justus Kammerer) when they discover a mysterious key.

Down Twisted (1987)

Down Twisted is a 1987 thriller film, directed by Albert Pyun, starring Carey Lowell, Charles Rocket, Courteney Cox, Norbert Weisser Linda Kerridge, Trudi Docterman and Nicholas Guest.

Jingles the Clown (2009)

Jingles the Clown is a 2009 horror film directed by Tommy Brunswick, and written by Todd Brunswick. It is a reboot of the 2006 film Mr. Jingles, also created by the Brunswicks.

Baadshah (2013)

For disambiguation, See Baadshah.

Rififi in Tokyo (1963)

Two gangs of crooks compete to heist a precious jewel from its safe spot in a Tokyo bank.

Language Of The Enemy (2008)

Cultures clash when a Jew (Eion Bailey) returns to Jerusalem and falls in love with a young Arabian doctor (Linda Hardy).

Gun Glory (1957)

Gun Glory is a 1957 Western feature film starring Stewart Granger.

The Triumph of Dingus McGraw: Village Idiot (2010)

Hoping to steal his girlfriend (Hailey Birnie), a sleazy mayor (Gord Rand) hatches a scheme to embarrass an Olympic hopeful (Kristopher Turner).

Kidnap (1974)

Kidnap is a 1974 Italian poliziottesco film. It stars actor Gabriele Ferzetti.

Operation X (1950)

A financier (Edward G. Robinson) plots to become the richest man in the world by marrying off his daughter (Peggy Cummins) to the son of an Arab sheik.

House of Darkness (1948)

A young man visiting a house that turns out to be haunted is terrorized by the ghost of a man who had been murdered there years before.

Bang! You're Dead (1954)

Police arrest an innocent man after two British youngsters rob and accidentally shoot a neighbor.

Ordered to Love (1961)

A woman (Maria Perschy) chosen by the Nazis to take part in a notorious breeding program falls in love with a man posing as an SS agent.

The Hill (1965)

North Africa, World War II. British soldiers on the brink of collapse push beyond endurance to struggle up a brutal incline. It's not a military objective. It's The Hill, a man-made instrument of torture, a tower of sand seared by a white-hot sun. And the troops' tormentors are not the enemy, but their own comrades-in-arms. Sean Connery headlines this stark tale of war inside military prison walls. The inmates are soldiers who once defied, rebelled, talked back. The wardens are sadists who perpetrate cruelty in the name of discipline. The result is shattering as director "Sidney Lumet nails the action...into so taut a frame that an audience can feel every jab in the belly, taste every mouthful of dust" (TIME).

OSS 117 is Unleashed (1963)

A suave superspy (Kerwin Mathews) battles Russian agents who plan to knock America's atomic submarine fleet out of commission.

Valley of Hunted Men (1942)

Valley of Hunted Men is a 1942 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by John English.

Johnson Family Dinner (2008)

Parents and their five adult children hash out their problems at a weekly meal in which equal portions of heartbreak and joy are served.

Bar 20 (1943)

Bar 20 is a 1943 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Morton Grant, Michael Wilson and Norman Houston. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, George Reeves, Dustine Farnum, Victor Jory, Douglas Fowley, Betty Blythe, Robert Mitchum and Francis McDonald. The film was released on October 1, 1943, by United Artists.

Men In Exile (1937)

A wrongfully accused American finds love and conflict on a Caribbean island populated by fugitives from the law.

Not of This Earth (1957)

Not of This Earth is a 1957 American black-and-white science fiction film produced and directed by Roger Corman for his Los Altos Productions, starring Paul Birch, Beverly Garland, Morgan Jones, and William Roerick. The film was written by Charles B. Griffith and Mark Hanna and was distributed by Allied Artists Pictures Corporation. Prints ran 67-minutes; others were expanded by the distributor to 71-minutes. Not of This Earth depicts the dark deeds of an alien intruder who hides under the name of Mr. Johnson. After a nuclear war, the people of his home planet, Davanna, have developed an incurable blood disease. Johnson's mission to Earth is to test the blood of humans for its usefulness in saving his species from extinction.

Watch Me When I Kill (1977)

Watch Me When I Kill is a 1977 Italian giallo film co-written and directed by Antonio Bido. The American prints have an additional short credit sequence that was filmed in the USA, slightly different from the other versions. It was released also as Terror in the Lagoon (France) and The Vote of Death (Germany).

The Manor (2013)

Jewish family members running a small-town strip club try to nurse themselves and their relationships back to health.

Undercover Agent (1953)

An auditor comes into possession of an envelope containing prints and drawings which the British government is anxious to obtain and also a great many other people, all of whom try to get them from him by any means. He escapes many of the traps set for him by the villains, but is finally captured and is tied to an operating table where the gang leader is set to do some scalpel work on him.

Battling Butler (1926)

Based on the Broadway play, the story revolves around a case of mistaken identity between two Alfred butlers - one a millionaire, the other a heavyweight champion of the world. Coincidence brings them to the same backwoods Kentucky neighbourhood, where Butler-the-fop finds love with a mountain girl, but not before antagonising Butler-the-Brute into a Madison Square Gardens grudge match.

A Man and a Woman: 20 Years Later (1986)

In a sequel to the 1966 film, a Frenchwoman (Anouk Aimée) contacts her ex-lover (Jean-Louis Trintignant) to make a film about their romance.

Registered Nurse (1934)

Registered Nurse is a 1934 American Pre-Code film produced by First National Pictures and released through its parent company Warner Bros. The film was directed by Robert Florey and stars Bebe Daniels in her final role for Warner Bros.

Seasons of Gray (2013)

Hated by his brothers, a man goes to prison for a crime he didn't commit. He finds redemption by winning back the woman of his dreams, but his brothers hold his salvation in their hands.

Friends and Lovers (1931)

Friends and Lovers (1931) is an American Pre-Code drama film released by RKO Radio Pictures, directed by Victor Schertzinger, and starring Adolphe Menjou, Lili Damita, Laurence Olivier, Erich von Stroheim, and Hugh Herbert. The film recorded a loss of $260,000.

Desert Nights (1929)

A con man with his beautiful accomplice and a hostage steals a half million dollars worth of diamonds but finds they're all lost in the desert without water.

It! (1966)

It! (aka Anger of the Golem, Curse of the Golem) is a 1967 British/American horror film made by Seven Arts Productions and Gold Star Productions, Ltd. that features the Golem of Prague as its main subject. Herbert J. Leder is a producer, screenwriter, and director. Leder also produced, wrote, and directed Nine Miles to the Moon (1963), The Frozen Dead (1966), and The Candy Man (1969). The film was made in the style of the Hammer Studios films both in sound and cinematography. It! stars Roddy McDowall as the mad assistant museum curator Arthur Pimm, who brings the golem to life.

Los tres calaveras (1965)

A singer feigns being an Argentine in order to perform, then meets two other men and forms a musical trio.

Thin Ice (1995)

Tensions rise when a weekend skiing trip turns into a debate about God.

Razzia (1955)

Razzia Sur La Chnouf is based on a novel by the legendary writer Auguste Le Breton (Rififi, Bob Le Flambeur) with direction by Henri Decoin (One Step to Eternity) — After a spell in the U.S.A., master criminal Henri Ferré dit ‘Le Nantais’ (Jean Gabin, Touchez Pas Au Grisbi) returns to Paris and is recruited by Paul Liski (Marcel Dalio, To Have and Have Not), head of a major narcotics ring, to oversee and improve the efficiency of their distribution. Merchandise has been disappearing and unreliable dealers must be eliminated. For the latter, Henri is assigned two hitmen, Roger le Catalan (Lino Ventura, The Sicilian Clan) and Bibi (Albert Rémy, The Train). Released as Razzia in the U.S., Razzia Sur La Chnouf thrillingly explores the criminal underworld of 1950s Paris.

Dead End Drive-In (1986)

Dead End Drive-In is a 1986 Australian action-horror film about a teenage couple trapped in a drive-in theater which is really a concentration camp for societal rejects. The inmates, many of whom sport punk fashion, are fed a steady diet of junk food, new wave music, drugs, and bad films. The film was directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith. It stars Ned Manning and Natalie McCurry as the captive couple, and Peter Whitford as the manager of the drive-in. Mad Max 2 stuntman Guy Norris did some of the stunts. The soundtrack includes contemporary popular music performed by such bands as Kids in the Kitchen and Hunters and Collectors. The song during the rolling credits is "Playing With Fire" by Lisa Edwards. It was included in Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation!, a documentary film about Ozploitation.

American Casino (2009)

A look into how the Wall Street meltdown affected workers.

Empire Of Silver (2009)

Empire of Silver is a 2009 historical epic film written and directed by Christina Yao, based on the novel The Silver Valley by Cheng Yi. It focuses on a wealthy banking clan in Pingyao, Shanxi and its fortunes during the turn-of-the-century Chinese economic and political turmoil. The film stars Aaron Kwok and Jennifer Tilly.

The Ghost That Walks Alone (1944)

The Ghost That Walks Alone is a 1944 American comedy mystery film directed by Lew Landers and starring Arthur Lake, Janis Carter and Lynne Roberts.

Jesse James, Jr. (1942)

Jesse James, Jr. is a 1942 American Western film directed by George Sherman and written by Richard Murphy, Doris Schroeder and Taylor Caven. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Lynn Merrick, Al St. John, Douglas Walton, Karl Hackett and Lee Shumway. The film was released on March 25, 1942, by Republic Pictures.

White Cargo (1942)

An English magistrate (Walter Pidgeon) warns a colonial newcomer (Richard Carlson) about a dark temptress (Hedy Lamarr) in West Africa.

Requiescant (1967)

Requiescant, also known as Kill and Pray, is a 1967 Spaghetti Western film directed by Carlo Lizzani.

All The Rage (1997)

All the Rage is a 1997 film by New York City-based writer Roland Tec. It was released theatrically in the U.S., was widely reviewed in numerous publications and continues to be a top-grossing film among gay-themed titles on Netflix and Amazon.[citation needed] All the Rage had its world premiere at the Castro Theatre during the San Francisco International Film Festival of 1997 after which it was released theatrically in the U.S. by Jour de Fete, a division of Rialto Pictures. In 2001, Strand Releasing brought the film out on DVD and in 2003, it was released internationally by Media Luna, GHB. Hailed by Los Angeles Times film critic Kevin Thomas as "One of the sharpest, sexiest and most amusing satires of gay life and values ever filmed," it widely considered a hallmark of the Queer Independent Film movement of the late 1990s. This unique aspect of the film was highlighted in one of its first reviews by Dennis Harvey, writing about the film for Variety. The film features music by a number of indie artists, including Merle Perkins, who recorded the song "Military Man".

The Call (2013)

In this heart-pounding, edge-of-your-seat thriller, veteran 911 operator Jordan (Academy Award® Winner Halle Berry, Monster’s Ball, 2001) takes a life-altering call from a teenage girl (Academy Award® nominee Abigail Breslin, Little Miss Sunshine, 2006) who has been kidnapped and thrown into the trunk of a madman’s car. But with the clock ticking, Jordan soon realizes she must confront a killer from her past to put an end to a serial killer’s haunting rampage. Also starring Morris Chestnut.