Fighting (2014)

Can We Live with Robots? (2017)

The Red House (2013)

My House (2003)

My House is a 2003 Japanese drama film directed by Junji Sakamoto, starring Arisa Mizuki. It is based on the comic of the same name by Rieko Saibara.

AD Project (2006)

Mozart's Don Giovanni (1955)

Don Giovanni is a 1970 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Carmelo Bene. The narrative follows how Don Giovanni tries to seduce a young woman who is manically searching for Christian icons. The film is loosely based on Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly's short story "The Greatest Love of Don Juan", from the collection Les Diaboliques. The film premiered in the Directors' Fortnight section of the 1970 Cannes Film Festival.

MegaQuake: The Hour That Shook Japan (2011)

Mountain Biking: The Untold British Story (2016)

Anthony Jeselnik: Fire in the Maternity Ward (2019)

Forging his own comedic boundaries, Anthony Jeselnik revels in getting away with saying things others can't in this stand-up special shot in New York.

Feng liu tie han (1967)

Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale I (2011)

Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale is a 2011 Taiwanese historical drama film directed by Wei Te-sheng and produced by John Woo, based on the 1930 Wushe Incident in central Taiwan.

The Bull (1994)

Il toro (also known as The Bull) is a 1994 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Carlo Mazzacurati. The film entered the 51st Venice International Film Festival, where it was awarded with the Silver Lion and the Volpi Cup for best supporting actor (to Roberto Citran).

Boonie Bears: Blast Into the Past (2019)

Blood & Flesh: The Reel Life & Ghastly Death of Al Adamson (2020)

“Horror Film Director Found Slain, Buried Under Floor”, screamed the 1995 headlines read around the world. But the truth behind the wild life of Al Adamson – including the production of such low budget classics as SATAN'S SADISTS, DRACULA VS. FRANKENSTEIN and THE NAUGHTY STEWARDESSES – and his grisly death reveals perhaps the most bizarre career in Hollywood history. Told through over 40 first-person recollections from friends, family, colleagues and historians – plus rare clips and archival interviews with Adamson himself – BLOOD & FLESH is the award-winning chronicle of bikers, go-go dancers, porn stars, aging actors, freak-out girls, Charles Manson, Colonel Sanders, alien conspiracies and homicidal contractors that House Of Mortal Cinema calls “Brilliant stuff… a superb documentary and one of the top films of the year.”

Dr. Humpinstein's Erotik Castle (2011)

Kinar (2018)

Kinar, titled Keni in Malayalam, is a 2018 Indian bilingual drama film co-written and directed by M. A. Nishad. It was produced by the studio of Fragrant Nature Film Creations, and was made simultaneously in Malayalam and Tamil. Focusing on the issue of water scarcity in a town between Kerala and Tamil Nadu, the film stars Jayaprada and Revathi in the lead roles, with different sets of ensemble cast for the two versions. M. Jayachandran and Bijibal composed the soundtrack and score. Noushad Sherif was director of photography and Sreekumar Nair edited the film. Both versions were released worldwide on 23 February 2018 and received positive reviews and were box-office hits.

A Year with Armin Van Buuren (2012)

‘A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF ARMIN VAN BUUREN’ gives you a closer look at the person behind the Dutch DJ. Taking one year out of his roaring life, and a special year it is…

Dharmapuri (2006)

Dharmapuri is a 2006 Indian Tamil action drama film directed by Perarasu and produced by A. M. Rathnam. It stars Vijayakanth and Raai Laxmi in the lead roles, while an ensemble supporting cast includes Manivannan, Raj Kapoor, Bobby, Vijayakumar, and M. S. Bhaskar. The songs were composed by Srikanth Deva. The film opened to mixed reviews from critics.

The Wacky World of James Tont (1966)

James Tont operazione D.U.E. or The Wacky World of James Tont is a 1966 French/Italian international co-production spy film spoof based on James Bond's Thunderball and featuring elements predating the release of You Only Live Twice. Directed by Bruno Corbucci, the Eurospy spy-fi comedy adventure is the sequel to James Tont operazione U.N.O. (1965) with Lando Buzzanca repeating his role as 00 Agent James Tont, a satire of James Bond and Loris Gizzi as the black monocle wearing supervillain spoof of Emilio Largo. Following this film Corbucci wrote a parody of Our Man Flint called Il vostro super agente Flit (1966).

Un'anima divisa in due (1993)

A Soul Split in Two (Italian: Un'anima divisa in due, also known as A Soul Divided in Two) is a 1993 Italian romance-drama film directed by Silvio Soldini. The film entered into the 50th Venice International Film Festival, where Fabrizio Bentivoglio was awarded with the Volpi Cup for best actor.

Happiness Is... (1975)

A Menina Índigo (2017)

Nobody's Home (2017)

Pati Parameshwar (2014)

Pati Parameshwar is a Bengali comedy film directed by Jayasree Bhattacharyya based on a story written by Subhranil Biswas. This film is being produced and presented by Anjan Kumar Roy. The film features Rituparna Sengupta, Rajatava Dutta, Rahul Arunodoy Banerjee, Bobby Chakraborty and Sudipta Chakraborty. Music of the film is composed by Surojit Chatterjee.

Free (2014)

On an Unknown Beach (2016)

Westall '66: A Suburban UFO Mystery (2010)

Marilyn Manson: Inner Sanctum (2009)

The self-proclaimed Antichrist Superstar, Marilyn Manson became one of the most controversial stars of the '90s. His shocking performances took him to the top of the charts and sold out tours. Manson shares his views of sex, drugs and rocknroll.

Noemí Gold (2019)

My Favorite Shapes by Julio Torres (2019)

Comedian and “Space Prince” Julio Torres (Los Espookys; Saturday Night Live) examines his favorite shapes — yes, that’s right — which include a plexiglass square, an oval that wishes he were a circle, a self-conscious cactus and a Ferrero Rocher chocolate. Each of his shapes contains multitudes, which Torres explores with fantastical stories and humorous anecdotes.

The Incredible Shrinking Wknd (2019)

A Son (2004)

For a Few Zombies More (2015)

Three Summer Nights (2015)

A Chorus of Angels (2012)

Valentino (2013)

Die mit dem Bauch tanzen (2013)

End of the Line (2014)

Uomini uomini uomini (1995)

Four middle-aged homosexuals (Christian De Sica, Massimo Ghini, Leo Gullotta) deal with problems while pondering their futures.

The Tattoo Connection (1978)

Trobriand Cricket (1975)

End of the Road: How Money Became Worthless (2012)

Facebook Follies (2011)

Nun's Deadly Confession (2019)

A troubled psychiatrist finds himself in the hot seat, when a patient that happens to be a detective begins to unravel a dark mystery, but will he put the pieces together before he too becomes a victim of these twisted mind game.

Pelle Politibil på sporet (2013)

Task Force 2001 (2000)

Invasion, U.S.A. (1952)

Invasion, U.S.A. (aka Invasion USA) is a 1952 film based on a story by Robert Smith and Franz Spencer and directed by Alfred E. Green. The film stars Gerald Mohr, Peggie Castle and Dan O'Herlihy. Invasion, U.S.A. is set in the Cold War and portrays the invasion of the United States by an unnamed Communist enemy meant to be taken as the Soviet Union. The film is unrelated to the 1985 Chuck Norris film of the same name, although bearing some slight similarities.

Battery Man (2012)

Christmas with Cookie: The Watching (2018)

Mukasurat Cinta (2014)

Grateful Dead Truckin' Up to Buffalo (1989)

Marilyn, dernières séances (2008)

Les filles du roy (1974)

Don't Be Nice (2018)

The upstart Bowery Slam Poetry Team from NYC prepares for the National Poetry Slam Championship. As their coach pushes them to write from a painfully honest place, the poets break down, break through, and write their masterpiece.

The Prado Museum. A Collection of Wonders (2019)

Stalker's Prey 2 (2020)

One Heart: The A.R. Rahman Concert Film (2017)

One Heart is a concert film featuring 15 most-loved and popular songs by A R Rahman. The film is punctuated by a series of in-depth interview with A R Rahman and unseen personal clips who shares with us his thoughts about performing on-stage, how he came to choose the band that toured with him in 14 cities in America and the humility he feels when armies of his fans shower love on him. Through his performance, AR brings the arena alive, evoking old memories and exciting his fans across generations. In One Heart you see AR Rahman up-close, the very private man behind his iconic figure. The proceeds from the movie will go to Rahman's One Heart foundation to help old musicians and their families.

Ordinary Happiness (2019)

The Accordionist's Son (2019)

The Man Who Killed Richard III (2015)

Jolly Old St. Nicholas (1994)

Fantastic Dinosaurs of the Movies (1990)

Los autómatas de la muerte (1962)

The Magnificent Obsession of Michael Reeves (2019)

Saverio Raimondo: Il Satiro Parlante (2019)

Rocca verändert die Welt (2019)

Marcel Duchamp: Art of the Possible (2019)

Marcel Duchamp: Art of the Possible explores the life, philosophy and impact of one of the most influential early 20th century modernists, Marcel Duchamp. The film breaks down Duchamp’s ideas and applies them to both historical events and the modernist explosion that blanketed the early 20th century. Art of the Possible isn’t simply a biopic; rather, the film shows how Duchamp’s ideas changed the public consciousness, and our understanding of aesthetics, art, and culture. The film highlights the singular impact of Duchamp’s philosophy on art, and, more importantly, examines how Duchamp’s revolutionary ideas from the early 20th century have shaped the 21st century and modern day. Ultimately, Marcel Duchamp: Art of the Possible is a guide to exploring the possibilities in every art endeavor and showcasing how Duchamp’s ideas gave generations of artists the intellectual backing to pursue new ideas.

Bougainville: Our Island, Our Fight (1998)

Bougainville – Our Island Our Fight is a 1998 Australian documentary film. It was produced and directed by Wayne Coles-Janess.

Marriages (1998)

Marriages (Italian: Matrimoni) is a 1998 Italian romantic comedy film directed by Cristina Comencini. For her performance Cecilia Dazzi won the David di Donatello for best supporting actress.

Geld her oder Autsch'n! (2013)

Wir können auch anders... (1993)

No More Mr. Nice Guy (German: Wir können auch anders …) is a 1993 German comedy film directed by Detlev Buck. It was entered into the 43rd Berlin International Film Festival where it won an Honourable Mention.

Cine Holliúdy 2: A Chibata Sideral (2019)

One Day with the Devil (1945)

A Day with the Devil (Spanish: Un día con el Diablo) is a 1945 Mexican comedy film directed by Miguel M. Delgado and starring Cantinflas, Andrés Soler and Miguel Arenas.

The Three Musketeers (1942)

The Three Musketeers (Spanish:Los tres mosqueteros) was a 1942 Mexican film.

Amphibious Creature of the Deep (2010)

Amphibious is a 2010 creature thriller film which is directed by Brian Yuzna and written by Yuzna, John Penney, Somtow Sucharitkul and San Fu Maltha. It stars Francis Magee, Janna Fassaert and Michael Paré.

Enjoy Your Trip to Hell (2017)

Bakit dilaw ang gitna ng bahag-hari? (1994)

Why Is Yellow the Middle of the Rainbow? is a 1994 Filipino collage film edited, shot, co-written, and directed by Kidlat Tahimik.

So Evil, My Sister (1974)

So Evil, My Sister is a 1972 American film.

Our Ladies (2020)

Wonder Girls (2012)

Three Golden Serpents (1969)

Kommissar X – Drei goldene Schlangen is a 1969 international co-production Eurospy film directed by Roberto Mauri and starring Tony Kendall and Brad Harris that was shot in Thailand. It is the sixth of seven films, loosely based on the Kommissar X detective novels from the Pabel Moewig publishing house.

CeeLo Green is Loberace (2013)

The Christmas Carol (1949)

The Christmas Carol is a 1949 low-budget, black and white television special narrated by Vincent Price. Compressing the Charles Dickens classic story into a half-hour, it is stated to be "the oldest extant straight adaptation of the story" for television. It was originally produced as a syndicated production for airing on 22 stations across the United States on Christmas Day in 1949. It was sponsored by Magnavox and represented that company's first use of television advertising. In 1952 the show was acquired by Consolidated Television Sales for further syndication.

Fashion King (2014)

Fashion King is a 2014 South Korean film that comically depicts the coming of age of a high school student as he matures into adulthood and discovers a passion for fashion design.

420 Friendly Comedy Special (2013)

Mouse and Mole at Christmas Time (2013)

Mouse and Mole is a British television series devised by Joy Whitby's Grasshopper Productions. It was based on the series of children's books written by Joyce Dunbar and illustrated by James Mayhew which were first published in 1993. Originally envisaged as 26 x 5 minute episodes, only 19 were ever finished, although the soundtracks for the remaining seven episodes, created by Ben Baird at Aquarium Studios are still in existence.

Jump In (2012)

Falling Up (2012)

Wonderful Radio (2012)

Wonderful Radio is a 2012 South Korean romantic comedy film, starring Lee Min-jung and Lee Jung-jin. It is about a has-been pop star who is now a radio DJ struggling to boost listener ratings. It was released in theaters on January 5, 2012 by distributor Showbox/Mediaplex, and ran for 120 minutes.

Other Side of the Cell (2006)

What Happened on the Moon? - An Investigation Into Apollo (2000)

The Strange Case of Dr. Meade (1938)

The Strange Case of Dr. Meade is a 1938 American drama film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Jack Holt, Beverly Roberts and Noah Beery Jr.

O Olho Mágico do Amor (1982)

O Olho Mágico do Amor is a 1982 Brazilian film directed by José Antônio Garcia and Ícaro Martins.

Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same. (2012)

Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same is a 2012 American stand-up comedy film directed by Jay Karas and written by and starring Bill Burr, the first stand-up comedy special exclusively for Netflix. In You People Are All the Same, filmed at Washington, D.C.’s Lincoln Theater, Bill Burr talks about race, gun politics, the politics of domestic relationships and more.

Iliza Shlesinger: Elder Millennial (2018)

Newly engaged comic Iliza Shlesinger dives into undeniable truths about life at age 35, the insanity of the road traveled and what's to come.

Ray Romano: Right Here, Around the Corner (2019)

Ray Romano cut his stand-up teeth at the Comedy Cellar in New York. Now, in his first comedy special in 23 years, he returns to where it all began.

Nadodi Mannan (2013)

False Positive (2020)

False Positive is an upcoming American horror film, directed by John Lee, from a screenplay by Lee and Ilana Glazer. It stars Glazer, Justin Theroux, Sophia Bush, Josh Hamilton, and Pierce Brosnan.

Between Heaven And Ground Zero (2012)

The Malay Chronicles: Bloodlines (2011)

The Malay Chronicles: Bloodlines is a 2011 Malaysian epic action film loosely based on the 16th century document Hikayat Merong Mahawangsa, which is also its title as released in Malaysia. The film is directed, co-written, and co-produced by Yusry Abdul Halim. Narrating the early history of the state of Kedah, it stars Stephen Rahman Hughes as Merong Mahawangsa, who escorts Prince Marcus Carprenius of the Roman Empire to Langkasuka to marry Princess Meng Li Hua from the Han Dynasty of China, thus uniting the two powers of East and West. The film was produced and distributed by KRU Studios.