In Search of Voodoo: Roots to Heaven (2018)

Actor Djimon Hounsou returns to his home country of Benin to study the roots of Voodoo.

Fires of Kuwait (1992)

Fires of Kuwait is a 1992 American documentary film on the Kuwaiti oil fires directed by David Douglas. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.. The film was the winner of the 2005 Hall of Fame Award from Giant Screen Cinema Association.

Ang tanging Ina (2003)

Ang Tanging Ina (lit: "The Only Mother") is a 2003 Filipino comedy film, starring Ai-Ai de las Alas and Eugene Domingo. The movie was the highest grossing Filipino film until it was surpassed by Sukob in 2006. It currently ranks No. 6 after You Changed My Life (2009), Sukob (2006), its sequel Ang Tanging Ina Ninyong Lahat (2008–2009), Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo (2006–2007), and A Very Special Love (2008). Each film was produced or co-produced by Star Cinema. The film is followed by a television series of the same name and three sequels entitled Ang Tanging Ina N'yong Lahat, Ang Tanging Ina Mo (Last na 'To!), and Enteng Ng Ina Mo.

Dosti (1964)

Dosti is a 1964 Indian black-and-white Hindi film directed by Satyen Bose and produced by Tarachand Barjatya under his Rajshri Productions banner. It was Sanjay Khan's debut film and had Sudhir Kumar Sawant, and Sushil Kumar Somaya in lead roles. The film focuses on the friendship between two boys, one blind and the other a cripple. Dosti was amongst the top 10 grossers of 1964 and was declared a "Super Hit" at the box office. It was entered into the 4th Moscow International Film Festival. The film was remade in Telugu as Sneham (1977).

Carlos Mencia: No Strings Attached (2006)

Meet Carlos Mencia. He has quite a few opinions... on just about everything. In this extended and uncensored comedy performance, Carlos' take on race relations, immigration, religion, and the...

Sugar Creek Gang: Swamp Robber (2004)

Bill Collins' relaxing afternoon at Sugar Creek turns into more than he bargained for when Poetry stumbles upon a disguise hidden in the swamp. Reports of a bank robber on the loose soon surface, and as the gang investigates they discover a map that leads to more than just treasure. During a campout near the hollow tree the kids must survive an encounter that leaves them wondering if a nearby cabin is really abandoned. If they can piece together the clues that confront them, mystery and adventure await the gang in their own backyard! Look for the additional films in this five part series to complete your set: The Great Canoe Fish, Revivial Villains, Secret Hideout, and Teacher Trouble!

Race Against Nightfall (2005)

This is the third film in The Sugar Creek Gang series. Finally the first day of Sugar Creek's highly anticipated revival celebration arrives! But for some of the town's residents, the morning begins on a sour note... which leads to sour thoughts and the possibility of sour plans. The gang anticipates the upcoming evening's events together with a swim in the creek... until the bullies show up. After a water scuffle, Big Bob Till tips off the gang to the possibility that the celebration might be in great jeopardy. Upon arrival at the revival, the gang members don their thinking caps and scour the area searching for clues. Join the gang in their race against nightfall to discover if there's any truth to Big Bob's threat... before the threat comes true! Look for the other films in the five part Sugar Creek Gang series: Swamp Robber, The Great Canoe Fish, Secret Hideout, and Teacher Trouble!

Van Halen Live Without a Net (1986)

Arguably one of the most popular heavy metal bands in the history of rock, Van Halen has come to epitomize the flamboyant style that they first brought to the stage in 1978. This vide offers a glimps into the rock n' roll lifestyle as lived out on stage by Sammy Hagar and Eddie Van Halen, performing all of the high energy hits that have established them as an icon for generations of metal fans.

Elenore Makes Love (2014)

A lesbian photographer meets a sexy model in an upscale hotel suite. The two women may have a past that is more present than we think.

Hemp for Victory (1943)

Hemp for Victory is a black-and-white United States government film made during World War II and released in 1942, explaining the uses of hemp, encouraging farmers to grow as much as possible. During World War II, the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937 was lifted briefly to allow for hemp fiber production to create ropes for the U.S. Navy but after the war hemp reverted to its de facto illegal status.

Vegucated (2011)

Vegucated is a 2011 American documentary film that explores the challenges of converting to a vegan diet. It "follows three meat- and cheese-loving New Yorkers who agree to adopt a vegan diet for six weeks." The director interviewed a number of people to participate in this documentary and chose Brian, who likes to eat meat and eat out; Ellen, a psychiatrist, part-time comedian and single mother; and Tesla, a college student who lives with her family. In the film Dr. Joel Fuhrman and Professor T. Colin Campbell discuss the benefits of a plant-based diet consisting of whole foods. The film also features Howard Lyman and Stephen R. Kaufman. Kneel Cohn makes a cameo appearance. The documentary addresses the resistance that some people feel towards vegetarianism and veganism, the disconnect between farm animals and the purchasing of meat, the origins of omnivorism and the ethical, environmental and health benefits of a vegan diet. During the filming, participants visited an abandoned slaughterhouse and investigated the reality of intensive animal farming in the US. Of their own accord, they chose to trespass on a factory farm to see for themselves, and became passionate about their new-found cause.

Row Hard No Excuses (2007)

Two middle-aged New Englanders set out to win the Atlantic Rowing Challenge, a grueling 3,000-mile event in which contestants row homemade boats from the Canary Islands to Barbados.

Eyes of the Prey (1992)

A young woman (Peggy Dunne) takes revenge upon her assailants when she is brutally raped.

Bombs Away (1985)

An atomic bomb is sent by accident to an Army surplus store in Seattle instead of to an arsenal in Texas. Now the desperate search begins.

The Night Seekers (2014)

Friends go on their yearly retreat to Astro Island, and upon their arrival, they are told not to go into a forbidden zone. They take a risk and explore the area, and during the night, something happens to them all.

Multiplex (2013)

A sheltered college student's summer is turned upside down after starting a job at a movie theater.

Throttle (2005)

Throttle (also known as No Way Up) is a 2005 American thriller film starring Grayson McCouch. Other cast members include Adrian Paul and Amy Locane. It was filmed entirely in Denver, Colorado.

Secret Ninja (1982)

A young man (Dragon Lee) prepares to fight a corrupt martial-arts master who savagely beat him.

Cry Wilderness (1987)

Cry Wilderness is a 1987 family adventure film in which Bigfoot befriends a young boy whose park ranger father is tracking an escaped tiger. Location shooting occurred at Mono Lake in Mono County, California and Devils Postpile National Monument in Madera County, California. The film was re-released on DVD in 2014 along with the 1970s documentary In Search of Bigfoot. In 2017, the film was the subject of parody by Mystery Science Theater 3000, as the second episode of Season 11.

The Effects of Magic (1998)

A boy finally meets his long-lost father, and together they must keep the secrets of magic out of a criminal's hands.

The Ace of Spades (1935)

The wife of a candidate for Parliament is having an affair with the brother of her husband's rival. Her lover is running for election on a promise of building a railway that the community ...

Wagon Team (1952)

Wagon Team is a 1952 American Western film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Gerald Geraghty. The film stars Gene Autry, Gail Davis, Dick Jones, Gordon Jones, Harry Harvey Sr. and Henry Rowland. The film was released on September 30, 1952, by Columbia Pictures.

The Hills of Utah (1951)

The Hills of Utah is a 1951 American western film directed by John English and starring Gene Autry, Elaine Riley and Donna Martell. The film's sets were designed by the art director Charles Clague.

Hidden Hawaii (1993)

Explore Hawaii's secrets. Witness the fiery birth of Loihi, the newest Hawaiian island, 4,000 feet beneath the surface of the ocean, and scale the highest sea cliffs in the world in search of the rare Alula plant.

Swamp Fire (1946)

Swamp Fire is a 1946 American film directed by William H. Pine.

The Club (1980)

The Club is a satirical play by Australian playwright David Williamson. It follows the fortunes of an Australian rules football club over the course of a season, and explores the clashes of individuals from within the club. It was inspired by the backroom dealings and antics of the Victorian Football League's Collingwood Football Club. The play was first staged by the Melbourne Theatre Company on 24 May 1977 at the Russell Street Theatre. It toured Australia-wide, breaking all previous box office records, and had seasons in Germany, the United States (where it ran under the name Players) and the United Kingdom. It is popular with amateur theatre groups and secondary school students, having been in the senior English syllabi for four Australian states for many years. In 2007, The Club was re-produced and toured throughout Australia, starring John Wood.

The Borgia Stick (1967)

The Borgia Stick is a 1967 American TV film starring Don Murray and Inger Stevens. It featured Fritz Weaver, Barry Nelson, Barnard Hughes, Conrad Bain, and Sorrell Booke in supporting roles, and was directed by David Lowell Rich. Shot in New York City, the film was one of the highest-rated events of the 1966–1967 season. The film was the first-ever "made-for-TV" movie. The story of a couple trying to break free from a crime syndicate, it was made by Universal Studios.

Sweet Lies (1987)

An insurance investigator (Treat Williams) tracks a fraud to Paris, where three beauties vie to be his lover.

Sunset Range (1935)

Sunset Range is a 1935 American Western film directed by Ray McCarey.

Niagara: Miracles, Myths And Magic (1986)

Niagara: Miracles, Myths and Magic is a 1986 IMAX film directed and produced by Kieth Merrill. The film, currently shown hourly at Niagara Falls State Park's Adventure Theater on the American side of the border and multiple times daily at the IMAX Theatre located on the Canadian side of the border, shows the history of the Niagara Falls, dating back to the earliest legends.

Sacred Site (1986)

View the amazing color and motion of the night sky as only large-format film can capture it. Filmed primarily over mystical Ayers Rock in Australia, "Sacred Site" follows the path of Halley's Comet in a once-in-a-lifetime view.

Film Adventurer Karel Zeman (2015)

Film Adventurer Karel Zeman is a 2015 Czech documentary film about Karel Zeman. Film focuses on Zeman's life and work. The film also features reconstruction of famous scenes of Zeman's films made by animation students. The film primarily documents creation of Zeman's films.

Unruly Friends (2012)

When unexpected events surprise her, Mona discovers that family problems and past traumas can be difficult to leave behind.

Game Box 1.0 (2004)

Gamebox 1.0 (2004) is a film starring Nate Richert and Danielle Fishel about a video game that traps the player inside it when started. The only escape is to win the game. It was directed by the brothers David and Scott Hillenbrand, who wrote it with Patrick Casey and Worm Miller. It was released on DVD in the United States on April 10, 2007.

Time of the Apes (1987)

After taking refuge in a capsules to escape an earthquake, a woman and her children emerge into a future ruled by apes.

Zombies Gone Wild (2007)

Three friends go on a trip and hope to hook up with frisky coeds, only to find their erotic quest ruined by the an outbreak of cannibalistic corpses.

Gobshite (2005)

A gangster (Andy Curtis) lands in trouble when he tries to take over a pub and double-crosses a crime boss (Brendan Dempsey).

Wild Zone (1989)

Set in the outback of Africa's Okavango Delta, Wayne Garrison, a former Green Beret, dedicated to the conservation of the region, finds himself forced back into action. When his father and female associate are kidnapped by a desperate band of diamond thieves, Wayne must use every trick in the Green Beret Manual to get them back.

Lamia: The Zombie Slayer (2018)

A vampire queen fights a horde of zombies.

Suicide Club (2018)

A reclusive woman discovers an online web community that helps people commit suicide, but soon learns that if she signs up, everyone around her will be in danger as well.

Touchless (2013)

A young woman's unendurable situation goes from bad to worse when her flight from her abusive stepfather ends with her working in a brothel.

Bathing Beauties and Big Boobs (1918)

A man stages a fake robbery in front of his girlfriend's father, hoping it will make the father change his poor opinion of him.

Agent 2000: Die Laksman (2014)

A secret agent is hired to find a school bully who is terrorizing a school.

Ullam Ketkumae (2005)

Ullam Ketkumae is a 2005 Tamil romantic drama film directed and co-written by Jeeva, with dialogues by Sujatha. The film features Shaam, Arya, Laila, Asin and Pooja in the lead roles as five college students. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Harris Jayaraj, while Vairamuthu penned the lyrics for the songs. The film tells the reunion of five friends who were together at college and exploring their relationships during the years. The film released after several delays in 2005 and went on to win critical and commercial success.

A Fiend's Love (2019)

A resentful entity returns to the world to find its lost love while battling the guardians of the world.

Soul on Ice: Past, Present and Future (2017)

The unknown contributions of black athletes in ice hockey.

The Source Park (2018)

Filmmaker Tom Pickard follows two brothers, Marc and Richard Moore, who have undertaken an extensive restoration project based in the East Sussex coastal town of Hastings. Their idea was simple: to build the world's largest underground skate park.

The House Cleaner (2013)

A house cleaner with a phobia of germs is given a chance to delve into the private lives of Australian TV stars and somehow manages to make their lives a misery.

Contract (2008)

Contract is a 2008 Bollywood spy film written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma. The film is setup in the backdrop of terrorism, and the infiltration by R.A.W. and Intelligence Bureau.

Looking for Zion (2018)

A filmmaker uses her grandfather's photographs to explore the history of Israeli society.

Old Dog (2017)

A retired farmer and dog trainer passes his knowledge on to the next generation of shepherds.

Made Me Do It (2017)

“MADE ME DO IT is the love child of John Carpenter’s Halloween and Natural Born Killers, with a little Psycho thrown in the mix.” Take a visceral journey into insanity as MADE ME DO IT dives into the supernatural mythology behind your favorite “slasher” characters. Enter the fragmented mind of serial killer Thomas Berkson. After a lifetime of abuse and rejection, Thomas has finally found someone who loves him unconditionally, the evil mask, Barbara. Following her maternal influence, Thomas blindly obeys Barbara’s every command as she takes retribution on all those who’ve hurt her precious boy. Distorting Thomas’ mind, she uses him as a vessel for her bidding. Barbara’s rage descends on the unsuspecting Ali Hooper, her teenage brother, Nick and her ex-boyfriend Jason. In a throwback to the classic 80’s slasher genre, the night twists and turns into a race for survival through an acid trip exploration of Thomas’ splintered memory. Coming face to face with the unstoppable force of Barbara, the question is asked who or what is the source of Thomas’ power.

The Songs of Rice (2014)

A visual record of the lifecycle of rice.

Eternity (2011)

A man dies and returns to his younger years to relive a moment.

The Head Hunter (2019)

On the outskirts of a kingdom, a quiet but fierce medieval warrior protects the realm from monsters and the occult. His gruesome collection of heads is missing only one - the monster that killed his daughter years ago. Driven by a thirst for revenge, he travels wild expanses on horseback, using sorcery to aid in his quest. When his second chance arrives, it’s in a way far more horrifying than he ever imagined. A heartbreaking fairytale with a black soul, the film is constructed with very few elements, minimalistic and epic at the same time, where fantasy and horror find their more physical and gory incarnations.

8 Ball Clown (2018)

A tormented clown unleashes his anger on the children who have been prank calling him.

Balloon Land (1935)

Balloon Land, also known as The Pincushion Man, is a 1935 animated short film produced by Ub Iwerks as part of the ComiColor Cartoons series. The cartoon is about a place called Balloon Land, whose residents (including popular entertainment figures such as Laurel and Hardy and Charlie Chaplin) are made entirely out of balloons. The villain in the cartoon is the Pincushion Man, a character who walks around Balloon Land popping the inhabitants with pins.

Horror 102: Endgame (2004)

A school field trip takes a group of students to an abandoned asylum where they get a lesson in paranoia, psychosis and gruesome murder.

Midnight Tango (2011)

Tango champions from around the world perform in Argentina.

Lake Michigan Monster (2018)

The crew of a ship plots revenge on a sea monster.

Online Binline (2015)

Online Binline is a 2015 Marathi language romcom film directed by Kedar Prabhakar Gaekwad. The film had its theatrical release on 3 July 2015. It stars Siddharth Chandekar, Rutuja Shinde and Hemant Dhome in lead.

Deadly Nightshade (1953)

Robert Matthews is arrested near his home in Cornwall, mistaken for John Barlow, an escaped convict. Superintendent Clements identifies him but is astounded by the physical similarities of the two men. Barlow reads of this wrongful arrest and decides to head for Matthews’ house with the intention of hiding him and assuming his identity in order to escape. All does not go according to plan, however, and Matthews puts up a struggle during which he is killed. Hiding the body, Barlow plays the part of Matthews, but when various other crimes come to light, it becomes clear that Matthews himself was not at all the man he seemed...

Daddy (2004)

Daddy is a 2004 Russian drama film directed by and starring Vladimir Mashkov. It was entered into the 26th Moscow International Film Festival.

The Society of Jesus (2004)

The Society of Jesus is a Croatian drama film directed by Silvije Petranovic. It was released in 2004.

Eyes (1970)

Filmmaker Stan Brakhage documents workers.

The Line of Destiny (1956)

Rekava is a 1956 film based on village life and their mythical beliefs in Sri Lanka. It is the first Sinhalese film which was fully shot in Ceylon and was the first in the country to be shot outdoors. It was also the first film which was free from Indian influence. Many Sinhalese films produced in that era were remakes of South Indian films which were not properly adapted to the Sri Lankan context. Even their dialogs were not natural.

The Late Night Double Feature (2014)

Bloody chaos takes place during a late-night taping of "Dr. Nasty's Cavalcade of Horror."

Father (2010)

Two caretakers do their best to keep a slowly crumbling mansion safe from the threats of time and vandalism.

Frost (2017)

Frost (Lithuanian: Šerkšnas) is a 2017 internationally co-produced drama film directed by Šarūnas Bartas. It was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. It was selected as the Lithuanian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

The Cult (2015)

A man grows bored with life in a space colony and decides to return to a ruined city on Earth.

The Killing Kind (2004)

Derail (2014)

The Killer Priest's Journey (1969)

Cerro Pelado (1966)

Zou dao di (2001)

Slon Tango (1993)

Ognisty aniol (1986)

The Bielski Brothers: Jerusalem in the Woods (2006)

Idaya Kovil (1985)

Idaya Kovil (English: Temple in Heart) is a 1985 Indian Tamil language film directed by Mani Ratnam, starring Mohan, Ambika, Radha and Goundamani. Featuring a score and soundtrack composed by Ilaiyaraaja, the film did well at the box office.

Fragmentos da vida (1929)

Side A Side B (2010)

Kekkô Kamen 3 (1993)

Amazonas, Amazonas (1966)

The Story of Ermei (2004)

Jingzhe is a 2004 Chinese film directed by Wang Quan'an. The film is Wang's second feature and sees him reuniting with actress Yu Nan. Jingzhe is also known by its original international title, The Story of Ermei. Jingzhe tells the story of Ermei (played by Yu Nan), a young villager in rural China. When Ermei's family falls on hard financial times, she is forced to marry off to an alcoholic villager so her family can collect the bride price. Unhappy in her married life, Ermei runs away to the city where she finds a work at a restaurant. She has an affair with a man named Qiao but soon returns to her drunkard husband, where an emergency forces her to take initiative in her relationship. Jingzhe was screened in several international film festivals throughout 2004, including the high profile Berlin International Film Festival on February 10, 2004, where it was part of the "Panorama" program.

The Shanghai Drama (1938)

The Shanghai Drama (French: Le drame de Shanghaï) is a 1938 French drama film directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst. The film's sets were designed by Guy de Gastyne.

Meu Compadre, Zé Ketti (2001)

Miracle Landing on the Hudson (2013)

Miracle Landing on the Hudson tells the dramatic true story of the frightening and ultimately triumphant emergency landing of Flight 1549 in the Hudson River. Featuring intimate and emotive interviews as well as large-scale dramatic reconstructions, the film reveals details from passengers and crew, and shows that the crash itself was merely the beginning of their fight for survival.

Song for Chao Phraya (1991)

Song for Chao Phraya (Thai: น้องเมีย; rtgs: Nawng mia) is a 1990 Thai drama film directed by Chatrichalerm Yukol. The film was selected as the Thai entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 62nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Unicorn Blood (2013)

Till Luck Do Us Part (2012)

Até que a Sorte nos Separe (English: Till Luck Do Us Part) is a 2012 Brazilian comedy film directed by Roberto Santucci and starring Leandro Hassum and Danielle Winits. The film is inspired by the best selling book Casais Inteligentes Enriquecem Juntos by Gustavo Cerbasi. Its sequel, Até que a Sorte nos Separe 2, was released in Brazilian theaters on 27 December 2013. The film received generally negative reviews, with critics pointing out the acting, the lack of originality and forced humor.

The Millennial Rapture (2012)

Inferno (2002)

Inferno is a 2001 28-minute-long sci-fi film directed by Paul Kousoulides, featuring UK cult actress/presenter Emily Booth.

Little Voices (2004)

Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West (2009)

Welcome to Your Funeral: Part 1 (2015)

Tribus urbanas (2006)

The Work Of Director Chris Cunningham (2003)

Watch Chris Cunningham's Trailer The Directors Label Series highlights the work of the filmmakers who have helped to redefine music videos and filmmaking over the last decade. Each volume in the Directors Label compiles music videos, shorts, commercials, documentaries, as well as a variety of exclusive features, never-before-seen rare footage, and unreleased audio and video commentary. Each release includes a 56 page book created by the Director and full of personal photos, notes, drawings, storyboards and personal insights. British director Chris Cunningham has drawn acclaim for groundbreaking music videos for the likes of Autechre, Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Bjork, and Portishead, his award-winning commercials, and his risky short films. The Work of Director Chris Cunningham is the second release in Palm's Directors Label Series.

Blunt Movie (2013)

Kent Nagano: Montreal Symphonie (2011)

Nature's Great Events: Great Milestones (1999)