Belle and Sebastian, Friends for Life (2018)
Sebastian tries to protect his beloved dog Belle from her previous owner.
Le marin masqué (2012)
Friends Laetitia and Sophie visit Laetita's hometown and face relationships past and present.
Inner Revolution (2017)
Three young men embark on a journey of self-discovery as they sail from northern Brazil to Ushuaia in Argentina.
A troubled man spends time with a prostitute.
The Mis-Education of Joy (2016)
Joy is a modern miracle who, as a child, survived a disease that should have ended her life. Now 17, she heads off to college and enrolls in the class of Professor Jim Byrnes, a man who lost his faith after a family tragedy and now espouses Atheistic principles. Joy begins to doubt the existence of God, leading her into an emotional turmoil and a state of physical deterioration. Can the teacher and student find their faith again, or is all hope lost in this emotional, thought-provoking drama.
Uncharted Waters (2013)
A look at the humble beginnings of Australian surfer Wayne Lynch in his seaside town of Lorne, the story of the path to surfing, and how he used it to run from conscription and the Vietnam War.
The Fatal Game (2006)
A mountain climber makes the difficult decision to leave his friend behind on Mount Everest.
El reporte (2006)
A young man's cross-country journey turns into an adventure.
Perfect Girl (2014)
Childhood friends reunite years after high school. The two must admit their feelings before the weight of adulthood consumes them.
The True Story of Frank Zappa's 200 Motels (1988)
The True Story of Frank Zappa's 200 Motels is a documentary film released in 1988 by Frank Zappa, detailing the making of Zappa's 1971 film 200 Motels. As of December 2013, the video has not yet been released on DVD.
Deadly Scavengers (2001)
Mercenaries battle giant man-eating insects.
The Heebie-Jeebies (2014)
Two children believe there's something under their beds.
The Last Ten Seconds (2018)
A teenage girl crashes through the last 10 seconds of her life while her family remembers her last 10 years.
Not Exactly Gentlemen (1931)
Not Exactly Gentlemen is a 1931 American pre-Code Western film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and written by Dudley Nichols and William Conselman. It is based on the 1917 novel Over the Border by Herman Whitaker. The film stars Victor McLaglen, Fay Wray, Lew Cody, Robert Warwick, Eddie Gribbon, and David Worth. The film was released on March 8, 1931, by Fox Film Corporation.
Rounding First (2005)
Three best friends embark on a trip to discover the secret their parents have been hiding.
Rise of the Trolls (2016)
The growth of the internet has brought an entirely new form of provocation to the forefront, leading internet trolls to send messages with abusive content to targeted users.
The Hollywood Kid (1924)
A screenwriter searches for the right child to play the lead in his new movie.
The Bleeding Game (2018)
When an ambitious sorcerer summons eldritch spirits from the darkness between the stars and they transform into vampires, it's up to three slayer sisters to put a stake in the lost boys and silence the sorcerer before the town gets bled dry.
Red Victoria (2008)
An undead muse forces a writer to pen a horror script.
Jack 'O' Slasher (2012)
Satanists summon an uncontrollable demon.
Pondemonium 2 (2018)
As Joe continues to wreak havoc on the pond, Bartle Bee and Cosmo are up to their own shenanigans.
Half Brothers (2015)
Half brothers try to unite their family after meeting for the first time, but complications soon arise when they discover that they have nothing in common.
The Noon Whistle (1923)
The Noon Whistle is a 1923 American silent comedy film starring Stan Laurel.
Trained To Kill (1989)
Two men pursue a crime lord to avenge their father.
Don't Let the Light In (2015)
Jack tries to convince his baby sitter that there are monsters hiding in his room.
The Coldest Kiss (2014)
The young, abused wife of a wealthy older man runs away with her husband's nephew, only to be pursued by her vengeful husband.
A woman interviews her boyfriend's exes in an effort to understand the man behind his playboy reputation.
Soul of the Demon (1991)
Two teenagers unleash a murderous demon when they unearth a buried gargoyle.
Coming of Age (2001)
A gay basher is sentenced to do community service in an AIDS hospice. He tries to do as little as possible, but as he is confronted with the reality of the disease, he becomes friends with a patient who mentors him.
The Night Bird (1928)
The Night Bird is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by Fred C. Newmeyer and starring Reginald Denny, Corliss Palmer and Sam Hardy.
Serial Killer (2002)
A horror author and a serial killer become entangled.
Honky Tonk Heaven: Legend of the Broken Spoke (2016)
The history of a legendary Texas dance hall.
Men of Bronze (1977)
An African-American regiment spends 191 days in the front-line trenches during WWI.
Pink Pajamas (1964)
The Pink Panther sneaks into a house to stay the night and has to hide from its drunk owner.
Some Prefer Cake (1998)
A woman wonders what life has to offer as she works in a warehouse while helping write jokes.
Some Girls Never Learn (2011)
A science teacher travels to the underworld to bring back his girlfriend.
The Lost Day (2016)
New Year's Eve, the turn of the Millennium. Two men's lives are derailed in mere moments, as each blinks, only to open their eyes in the body of the other.
Gap-Toothed Women (1988)
An ode to a certain type of woman.
Hoodoo for Voodoo (2008)
Hoodoo for Voodoo is a 2007 horror comedy film from Abyssmal Entertainment and Writer/Director Steven Shea.
Bleak Future (1997)
After civilization ends, a man must find The Source, a legendary oracle of ancient technology.
Be Reasonable (1921)
A woman wakes up to find a man in her house rummaging through her belongings.
Ice Cold In Phoenix (2004)
A man makes one final attempt to reconcile with his abusive father.
Wes and Ella (2010)
Two people discover the strength to change during an introspective road trip.
Heart of Glass (2016)
The early life and career of glass artist Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert.
West of Carson City (1940)
West of Carson City is a 1940 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor and written by Milton Raison, Sherman L. Lowe and Jack Bernhard. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Bob Baker, Fuzzy Knight, Peggy Moran, Harry Woods and Robert Homans. The film was released on January 19, 1940, by Universal Pictures.
Journey to the Forbidden Valley (2017)
After their plane crashes in the forest of central China, a boy and his guardian encounter an elusive ape-man known as a yeren.
My Life for Yours (2017)
A gang unit cop falls for a woman of another race who owns a family business in the middle of gang territory.
The 420 Movie (2009)
Musicians have to find marijuana before 4:20 in the afternoon.
High Desert (1993)
Campers encounter a deadly biker gang.
Inbred Redneck Alien Abduction (2004)
Aliens make the mistake of abducting a family of rednecks.
LSD: Insight or Insanity? (1967)
Experts discuss the manufacturing and effects of LSD.
Robert Kennedy Remembered (1968)
Robert Kennedy Remembered is a 1968 American short documentary film produced by Charles Guggenheim. In 1969, it won an Oscar for Best Short Subject at the 41st Academy Awards.
Trance and Dance in Bali (1952)
Trance and Dance in Bali is a short documentary film shot by Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson during their visits to Bali in the 1930s. The film was not released until 1952. In 1999 the film was deemed "culturally significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.
A Man Walks in the City (1950)
A Man Walks in the City (French: Un homme marche dans la ville) is a 1950 French drama film directed by Marcello Pagliero, and starring Jean-Pierre Kérien, Ginette Leclerc and Robert Dalban.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Maurice Colasson.
Razor's Ring (2008)
Two stoners encounter a group of cannibals.
Gun City (2018)
In 1921 Barcelona, amid unrest between anarchists and the police, a cop plays both sides to learn who stole army weapons that could ignite a civil war.
Exploding Plastic Inevitable (1967)
The Exploding Plastic Inevitable, sometimes simply called Plastic Inevitable or EPI, was a series of multimedia events organized by Andy Warhol between 1966 and 1967, featuring musical performances by The Velvet Underground and Nico, screenings of Warhol's films, and dancing and performances by regulars of Warhol's Factory, especially Mary Woronov and Gerard Malanga. Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable is also the title of an 18-minute film by Ronald Nameth with recordings from one week of performances of the shows which were filmed in Chicago, Illinois, in 1966. In December 1966 Warhol included a one-off magazine called The Plastic Exploding Inevitable as part of the Aspen No. 3 package.
Orwell Rolls in His Grave (2003)
Orwell Rolls in His Grave is a 2003 American documentary film directed by Robert Kane Pappas and written by Pappas and Tom Blackburn.
The Stick (1989)
Soldiers have to capture a wizard in Africa.
The Baby Food Dude (2008)
A man eats baby food for 40 days to lose weight.
Chagall is a 1963 short documentary film directed by Lauro Venturi which focuses on the work of artist Marc Chagall. It won an Oscar at the 36th Academy Awards in 1964 for Documentary Short Subject. The Academy Film Archive preserved Chagall in 2008.
Schizophreniac: The Whore Mangler (1997)
Schizophreniac: The Whore Mangler is 1997 exploitation film written, directed and produced by Ron Atkins. The film was followed by two sequels, Necromaniac: Schizophreniac 2 in 2003 and The Cuckoo Clocks of Hell in 2011, the latter being a crossover with Last House on Dead End Street.
Clouds is a 2000 film written and directed by Don Thompson and produced by Will Arntz.
Ravenous piranhas attack unsuspecting swimmers.
Building a Broken Mousetrap (2006)
Dutch band the Ex performs in New York.
Gender Redesigner (2007)
A transgender man reflects on transitioning.
Eleven P.M. (1928)
A poor violinist protects an orphan from hoodlums.
Red Cockroaches (2004)
Red Cockroaches (Spanish: Cucarachas Rojas) is a Cuban film released in 2003. This feature film was the debut production of Miguel Coyula and was the result of a two-year effort on a tiny budget of $2,000. Shot entirely using a portable digital camcorder and edited on a home computer, Red Cockroaches is an example of DIY cinema. In its review, Variety called it a "A triumph of technology in the hands of a visionary with know-how..." It is the first of a planned trilogy which continues with Corazon Azul (Blue Heart).
Mountain Fever (2017)
Held hostage in his own home, an incompetent Englishman is forced to team up with his captor to fight off the "survivors" of a fatal flu epidemic.
Revenge of the Lost (2017)
A group of three survivors must make their way through the dinosaur apocalypse to a military base, the last safe place on earth. Once there, they come across a plot that's more terrifying than the dinosaurs themselves.
When the Old Phone Rings (2017)
A fraternity acquires an old mansion, unaware of its gruesome past. The first night in the new house may be the last for the fraternity members, as they begin receiving sinister prank calls.
A Zombie Movie (2009)
Two inept directors battle for power while their cast rises up against them.
The Forlorned (2017)
An advertisement lured Tom Doherty to the island, offering him a job renovating the old lighthouse and ramshackle buildings. What he didn't know was that he was the only applicant. None of the locals wanted the job - no one dared. Isolated and alone, Tom soon discovers why. Messages from disembodied voices; ghostly visitations and escalating horrors draw Tom deeper into the island's evil past-a darkness that forces Tom to unbury the truth and bring demons of his own into the light.
At the Crossroads of Life (1908)
A minister's daughter leaves home to become a chorus girl.
August Underground's Penance (2007)
August Underground's Penance is a 2007 horror film written and directed by Fred Vogel, and co-written by Cristie Whiles. It is the sequel to 2003's August Underground's Mordum, and the final installment in the August Underground series, which began in 2001.
American Commando 3: Savage Temptation (1988)
Two American commandos help two orphaned children escape from drugs and prostitution.
RocKabul is a documentary film that was produced between 2009 and 2016 in Afghanistan by Australian filmmaker Travis Beard. The film had its world premiere at the 2018 Rotterdam International Film Festival. It has been featured in over 40 film festivals, and had a limited cinema release within Australia in 2019. Bill Gould from the American alternative metal band Faith No More is an Executive Producer on the film and describes it as “A coming of age documentary which deals with youth identity and freedom of expression”
A Stolen Jackpot (2013)
A man's good intentions keep getting derailed by his fiance.
Miss Brewster's Millions (1926)
Miss Brewster's Millions is a 1926 American silent comedy film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. Clarence G. Badger directed and the ever-popular Bebe Daniels starred. It was based on a novel by George Barr McCutcheon and a play adaptation of the same name by Winchell Smith and Byron Ongley, which had been filmed before in 1921 with Roscoe Arbuckle.
All I Want (2011)
A couple's marriage takes a turn when they stop seeing eye to eye.
A disturbed veteran kidnaps a woman.
Lucha VaVoom: Inside America's Most Outrageous Show (2018)
The documentary that explores the fascinating cast of characters behind Lucha VaVoom - an enthralling combination of high-octane Mexican wrestling, retro-style burlesque dancing, and witty commentary provided by Hollywood's most celebrated comedians. Discover how this family of wildly creative and passionate performers from diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, and gender orientations come together to create a unique shared experience. As the costumes, alter egos, and flamboyant performances are put on display, these masked marvels reveal their truest selves, offering up stories of perseverance, equality, and self-acceptance.
Edge of the Empire (2010)
A young warrior tries to stand up to a violent and oppressive empire in 12th-century Thailand.
Kaadu Pookkunna Neram (2016)
Kaadu Pookkunna Neram is a 2016 Indian Malayalam film written and directed by Dr. Biju. The film is produced by Sophia Paul under the film production house, Weekend Blockbusters. It stars Indrajith Sukumaran as a policeman, who is sent into deep jungles to capture the chief of a radical organization, played by Rima Kallingal, but instead finds himself trapped in it.
Princess Iron Fan (1941)
Princess Iron Fan, is the first Chinese animated feature film. The film is based on an episode of the novel Journey to the West. It was directed in Shanghai under difficult conditions in the thick of World War II by Wan Guchan and Wan Laiming and was released on January 1, 1941.
A man falls in love with a woman after his hard drive is accidentally given to her.
Ghost Source Zero (2017)
Elite operatives battle androids and cyborgs.
The Rapture of Fe (2009)
An abused woman struggles to establish her independence.
Dutch people discuss their enthusiasm for fishing.
Young Girls in Black (2010)
Two disillusioned teenagers form a suicide pact.
Dragones: Destino De Fuego (2006)
Dragones: destino de fuego (Known as its English title as: Dragons: Destiny of Fire) is a Paru Japanese CGI animated film produced by: Ana María Roca-Rey and animated and distributed by: Alpamayo Entertainment.
El regreso del vampiro (2013)
A vampire wakes up in unfamiliar surroundings.
Echoserang Frog (2014)
A movie industry veteran produces and stars in his own production.
Justin de Marseille (1935)
Tutti contro tutti (2013)
The First, the Last (2016)
Gilou (Bouli Lanners) and Cochise (Albert Dupontel) drive through the endless space. On the lookout for a lost mobile phone with sensitive information. A needle in a damn haystack.
Zero 2 (2010)
Die Geschichte Vom Brandner Kaspar (2008)
Ottokar, the World Reformer (1977)