A Murder of Quality (1991)
A Murder of Quality is a 1991 television film directed by Gavin Millar and a screenplay written by John le Carré, based on his 1962 novel A Murder of Quality, first screened on 10 April 1991 on ITV in the United Kingdom and shown in the United States of America on 13 October 1991 on the A&E network.
The Vulture's Eye (2004)
The Vulture's Eye is a 2004 horror film inspired by Bram Stoker's novel Dracula set in Virginia.
Forbidden Territory (1934)
Forbidden Territory is a 1934 British thriller film directed by Phil Rosen and starring Gregory Ratoff, Ronald Squire and Binnie Barnes. It was based on the 1933 novel The Forbidden Territory by Dennis Wheatley. An Englishman and his son travel to the Soviet Union to rescue a family member being held in prison. It was made at the Lime Grove Studios in Shepherd's Bush.
24 Hours to Midnight (1985)
24 Hours to Midnight is a 1980s action film directed by Leo Fong and starring Juan Chapa, Stephen Moore, Stack Pierce, Bernie Pock, De'Ann Power and Cynthia Rothrock. It is about a woman who takes revenge on the people that killed her husband.
Husbands In Goa (2012)
Husbands in Goa is a 2012 Malayalam comedy film directed by Saji Surendran and written by Krishna Poojapura, starring Jayasurya, Indrajith, Lal, Asif Ali, Rima Kallingal, Bhama, Remya Nambeesan and Praveena.
I'm Not Jesus Mommy (2011)
I'm Not Jesus Mommy, also called Devil's Angel, is a preternatural thriller motion picture. The film is an interpretation of the Book of Revelation and the End Times and centers around a secret human cloning project which attempts to reproduce the Second Coming of Christ, but the child is born without a soul and is, instead, the Antichrist.
Billy the Kid Outlawed (1940)
Billy the Kid Outlawed is a 1940 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Oliver Drake. The film stars Bob Steele as gunfighter "Billy the Kid", Al St. John as his sidekick "Fuzzy" Jones and Carleton Young as Jeff Travis, with Louise Currie and John Merton. The film was released on July 20, 1940, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
The Honour of the House (1999)
The Honour of the House (Icelandic: Ungfrúin góða og húsið) is a 1999 Icelandic film directed by Guðný Halldórsdóttir. It was Iceland's official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination.
Please Teacher (1937)
Not to be confused with the anime series Please Teacher!.
Please Teacher was a 1937 British comedy film, based on a musical play by KRG Browne, Bert Lee and RP Weston. This was adapted into a screenplay by Stafford Dickens, who also directed.
Penny Gold (1973)
Penny Gold is a 1973 British drama film directed by Jack Cardiff and starring James Booth, Francesca Annis, Nicky Henson and Joss Ackland. The screenplay concerns two policemen who investigate a series of murders.
Maangamizi: The Ancient One (2001)
Maangamizi: The Ancient One is a 2001 American / Tanzanian drama film directed by Martin Mhando and Ron Mulvihill and executive produced by Jonathan Demme. It premiered at the Pan African Film Festival and has played in over 55 Film Festivals worldwide. It was the Tanzanian submission for the Academy Award for Best foreign language film, the first, and as of 2016, only, film to be submitted from that country, but was not nominated.
May I Kill U? (2013)
After Baz (Kevin Bishop), a cycle cop, suffers a head injury, he begins executing criminals on the streets.
The Way to Dusty Death (1995)
A former race-car driver (Simon MacCorkindale) discovers his new bosses have links to Eastern European mobsters.
The Flute and the Arrow (1957)
The Flute and the Arrow (Swedish: En djungelsaga) is a 1957 Swedish drama film directed by Arne Sucksdorff. It was entered into the 1958 Cannes Film Festival.
Georgica is a 1998 Estonian drama film directed by Sulev Keedus.The film takes its name from Virgil's poem of the same name.
The Silencer (1992)
Out of retirement comes a top-secret hit woman (Lynette Walden) to hunt the leaders of a child-slave ring.
Flying Cadets (1941)
Flying Cadets is a 1941 American adventure film directed by Erle C. Kenton and written by George Waggner, Roy Chanslor and Stanley Rubin. The film stars William Gargan, Edmund Lowe, Peggy Moran, Frank Albertson, Frankie Thomas and Riley Hill. The film was released on October 24, 1941, by Universal Pictures.
Barney Bear's Victory Garden (1942)
A bear finds it hard to do his patriotic duty by growing a victory garden when a hungry gopher enters the picture.
Bar-Rac's Night Out (1937)
A playful raccoon encounters other forest animals during his search for food.
Do Elephants Pray? (2013)
The life of advertising executive Callum Cutter (Jonnie Hurn) turns chaotic after he meets a free-spirited French seductress (Julie Dray).
Evenings for Sale (1932)
Evenings for Sale is a 1932 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Stuart Walker and written by S.K. Lauren, Agnes Brand Leahy and I. A. R. Wylie. The film stars Herbert Marshall, Sari Maritza, Charlie Ruggles, Mary Boland, George Barbier and Bert Roach. The film was released on November 12, 1932, by Paramount Pictures.
La mansión de los Cthulhu (1991)
Fugitive teens hide out in a carnival magician's mansion, stirring ancient soldiers of Satan.
A Not So Still Life (2010)
Artist Ginny Ruffner inspires people in and out of the art world with her indefatigable spirit.
Eik Dasttak (2007)
Kshitij discovers his partner, Ankita, is on the take, and he tries to persuade her to give up her corrupt lifestyle.
Moon Over Harlem (1939)
Moon Over Harlem is a 1939 American race film directed by Edgar G. Ulmer.
Running Scared (1972)
Running Scared is a 1972 film directed and co-written by David Hemmings. This was Hemmings' only film as a writer, and his first time directing. It was based on a 1964 novel of the same name written by Gregory Mcdonald.
Charlie Chan in Panama (1940)
Charlie Chan in Panama is a 1940 mystery film starring Sidney Toler. It is an unaccredited remake of Jacques Deval's novel "Marie Galante", produced by 20th Century Fox in 1934, directed by Henry King.
The Eye of the Monocle (1962)
The Eye of the Monocle (French:L'oeil du monocle) is a 1962 French comedy thriller film directed by Georges Lautner and starring Paul Meurisse, Elga Andersen and Gaia Germani. It is the sequel of The Black Monocle (1961).
Straight Through the Heart (1983)
Anna Blume (Beate Jensen) is a 20-year-old woman who grows weary of her dead-end job at the supermarket. She meets a middle-aged dentist named Armin (Sepp Bierbichler) who offers her a bizarre but alluring proposition: He will pay her to live with him, and she will have no specific duties because all he wants is a female presence in his house. But when she moves in with the emotionally detached dentist, she falls in love with him, and together the two neurotics drift toward tragedy.
Escape to Paradise (2001)
Escaping torture in Turkey, Kurdish man Sehmuz (Duzgun Ayhan) and his wife, Delal (Fidan Firat), escape with their children to Switzerland, where they apply for asylum. Aziz (Nurettin Yildiz), a friend, tells Sehmuz that his story may not impress the Swiss authorities. Aziz and Sehmuz then decide to pay a mysterious local (Walo Lnd), known as a "storyteller," to concoct a different tale. But Aziz goes before the authorities first, and things look grim for the family after he's denied asylum.
The First Movie (2009)
Director Mark Cousins travels to a small Kurdish village in Iraq and gives hand-held cameras to the children so that they can document their daily lives.
Sunny is a 1930 all-talking Pre-Code musical comedy film, produced and released by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Brothers. The movie was based on the Broadway stage hit, Sunny, produced by Charles Dillingham, which played from September 22, 1925, to December 11, 1926. Marilyn Miller, who had played the leading part in the Broadway production, was hired by Warner Brothers to reprise the role that made her the highest-paid star on Broadway. The film starred Lawrence Gray, O. P. Heggie and Inez Courtney.
Adventures of Popeye (1935)
Popeye the Sailor comes to life from the pages of a comic book to regale a bullied child with tales of his past adventures.
Zan Boko (1988)
Tinga Yerbanga (Joseph Nikiema) lives in a small village in Burkina Faso with his family. But his quiet, rural life is disrupted by the onslaught of urbanization: namely, the burgeoning metropolis of Ouagadougou, which has expanded all the way to his family's ancestral home. When a well-to-do city dweller makes him an offer on his property, Tinga refuses. Unwilling to take no for answer, the urbanite colludes with the government to rob Tinga of his birthright.
Lone Star Raiders (1940)
Lone Star Raiders is a 1940 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by George Sherman.
60 Second Assassin (1978)
Growing weary of his assignments, a contract killer known for his brisk efficiency becomes a marked man, himself, when his boss decides his time is up.
Black Jesus (1968)
Black Jesus (Italian: Seduto alla sua destra) is a 1968 Italian drama film directed by Valerio Zurlini based on the life of Patrice Lumumba. It was listed to compete at the 1968 Cannes Film Festival, but the festival was cancelled due to the events of May 1968 in France.
Four Days In July (1985)
Four Days in July is a 1985 television film by Mike Leigh. Set and filmed in Belfast, the film explores the Troubles by following the daily lives of two couples on either side of Northern Ireland's religious divide, both expecting their first children. The film's action unfolds over 10–13 July 1984; the two couples' children are both born on 12 July, the date of a Protestant celebration in Northern Ireland known as the Twelfth. Despite the politically charged setting, the film is uniquely uneventful, at least on the surface; Paul Clements writes that "It is hard to identify any full length work by Leigh in which less of consequence seems to happen." Broadcast once in January 1985, it was Leigh's last film for the BBC.
Talentime is a 2009 Malaysian drama film written and directed by Yasmin Ahmad. Yasmin, in her blog, has described it "as a story full of joy and pain, hope and despair, a host of beautifully-written songs, and rich, rich characters". A Hindu open cremation and a scene reminiscent of the 2001 Kampung Medan riots are included in the film.
The film was released on 26 March 2009 in Malaysia and marks Yasmin's last feature film prior to her death on 25 July 2009.
A Gentle Gangster (1943)
A Gentle Gangster is a 1943 black-and-white drama film, directed by Phil Rosen and written by A. W. Hackel.
Filmmaker Susana Sousa Dias traces Portugal's period of fascism from 1926 until 1974.
The Wicked Go to Hell (1955)
Based on the play by Frdric Dard.
Outlaw's Highway (1934)
A lawman, his dog and his trusty white stallion fight a gang of outlaws.
Enjo-kôsai monogatari: shitagaru onna-tachi (2005)
Frog Song originally released as Paid Companionship Story: Girls Who Want to Do It is a 2005 Japanese Pink film directed by Shinji Imaoka. It was chosen as Best Film of the year at the Pink Grand Prix ceremony. According to author Jasper Sharp, the title, "Frog Song" is a pun referring both to a full-sized frog costume found outside a train station and worn by one of the characters, and to the Japanese verb kaeru "to go home". The translation of the title of the film could thus also be "Going Home Song".
Sea Rex 3D: Journey to a Prehistoric World (2010)
An underwater journey through the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
The Untamed Breed (1948)
The Untamed Breed is a 1948 Western film starring Sonny Tufts.
Running on the Sun: The Badwater 135 (2000)
Running on the Sun: The Badwater 135 is a 2000 documentary film directed by Mel Stuart. The film follows athletes as they run 135 miles in the 1999 Badwater Ultramarathon, starting in California's Death Valley and ending at Whitney Portal, the trailhead to Mount Whitney.
The winner for the 1999 race was Eric Clifton with a time of 27 hours and 49 minutes, beating the previous year winner, Gabriel Flores.
Finding Cooper's Heaven (2008)
After the death of their brother, two siblings (Ethan Collins, Kierna Conner) embark on a search to find heaven.
Nights, Gambled Away (1997)
A Greek woman (Viki Volioti) travels to Berlin to find her sister (Jasmin Tabatabai) when she doesn't come to their father's funeral.
All About Women (2008)
All About Women, originally titled She Ain't Mean and Not All Women Are Bad, is a 2008 Chinese romantic comedy-drama film directed by Tsui Hark. Starring Zhou Xun, Kitty Zhang and Gwei Lun-mei, the film tells a series of interwoven stories as it focuses on the lives of three women and their romantic relationships. Zhou plays a clumsy woman who secretly develops a pheromone drug patch, which serves as a plot device for the film; Kwai plays a punk rock band singer, who is also a boxer and novelist; and Zhang plays a wealthy attractive woman.
The Wolves (1971)
The Wolves is a 1971 Japanese crime film directed by Hideo Gosha.
Witchcraft IV: The Virgin Heart (1992)
Julie Strain stars as a satanic stripper in the fourth chapter of the Witchcraft series.
The Fourth Portrait (2010)
Xiang is saved from life in an orphanage by his estranged mother.
Consenting Adult (1985)
Consenting Adult is a 1985 American made-for-television drama film directed by Gilbert Cates and starring Marlo Thomas and Martin Sheen as parents who must come to terms with their teenage son's coming out. The film is based on the 1975 novel of the same name written by Laura Z. Hobson.
Summer Children (1965)
Two young men compete for a woman's affections during a sailing trip.
Finn and Hattie (1931)
Finn and Hattie is a 1931 American pre-Code film directed by Norman Taurog, starring Leon Errol and ZaSu Pitts.
Wild Horse, Wild Ride (2012)
Each year, through the Extreme Mustang Makeover Challenge, 100 people across the country attempt to tame a wild mustang in 100 days. Following this dangerous and harrowing feat performed by everyday people from every walk of life, is a public showcase that determines whether these horses can be saved from a life in captivity. Complete with first-hand footage and interviews, Wild Horse Wild Ride provides an in-depth look at the incredible relationship that blossoms between man and animal.
Passages from James Joyce's Finnegans Wake (1966)
In this inventive attempt to bring to the big screen James Joyce's "unfilmable" final masterpiece, which circles through the dreams and subconscious of a man over the course of one night, characters read passages from the novel itself. With visual and other stylistic devices -- some readings are accompanied by subtitles and occasionally the film switches into animation -- this experimental work offers an accessible entry point into a difficult text.
Midnight Chronicles (2008)
A man (Charles Hubbell) uncovers a town's forbidden legacy while investigating the disappearance of a fellow cleric.
Homo Heights (1998)
"Homo Heights" is a feature length narrative film that weaves farce and satire with romance and comedy. It is a slice of gay life in cartoon dimensions, with completely recognizable characters and situations pushed to their limits. 85 year old Malcolm (Quentin Crisp) is ready for "a surprise - or to die." The resident guru has grown weary of being "kept" by his one time protg, Maria "The Donna" Callous (Stephen Sorrentino), heavyweight drag queen and leader of the gay mafia.
Easy Money II: Hard to Kill (2012)
Easy Money II: Hard to Kill (Swedish: Snabba Cash II) is a Swedish thriller film directed by Babak Najafi that was released on 17 August 2012. The film is a sequel to the 2010 film Easy Money, and is based on Jens Lapidus' books Easy Money and Aldrig fucka upp. It's the second part in a trilogy, and is followed by Easy Money III: Life Deluxe (2013). The screenplay is written by Peter Birro and Maria Karlsson.
Arthur Takes Over (1948)
Arthur Takes Over is a 1948 American comedy film directed by Malcolm St. Clair and written by Mauri Grashin. The film stars Lois Collier, Richard Crane, Skip Homeier, Ann E. Todd and Jerome Cowan. The film was released on April 7, 1948, by 20th Century Fox.
Dream Stalker (1991)
“It fits right in with THINGS and SLEDGEHAMMER”, raves Outpost-Zeta.com. “DREAM STALKER is something special!” When a Sacramento supermodel is haunted by the super-mulleted corpse of her dead motocross-racer boyfriend, it will unleash an erratically ambitious nightmare of cheap lighting, bad sound, bizarre plotting, gratuitous nudity and grisly effects that Bleeding Skull says is “guaranteed to make you feel like you're trapped in a lo-fi psychedelic abyss of fun!”
Hard Revenge, Milly (2008)
A grieving woman (Miki Mizuno) uses a sword to dispatch the vicious gangsters who killed her family.
Gen Silent (2010)
Professional group helps older members of LGBT community.
Smokescreen is a 1964 British crime drama film, written and directed by Jim O'Connolly and starring Peter Vaughan.
Babes in the Goods (1934)
Two women (Thelma Todd, Patsy Kelly) hired to demonstrate washing machines in a department-store window get locked in overnight.
Just for the Time Being (2000)
A beautiful woman (Eva Herzigova) catches the eye of a man (Grainger Hines) and his son (Patrick O'Neal).
Somewhere West (2011)
Ian is terminally ill and stops getting treatment so he can head out on the road to find solitude and the right place to spend his final moments.
Public Enemy (1999)
Four past members of the Black Panther Party -- playwright and former prisoner Jamal Joseph; renowned musician and record producer Nile Rodgers; law professor and lecturer Kathleen Cleaver; and founding party member Bobby Seale -- share their personal memories and thoughts on the historic, militant civil rights group that caused a stir in America during the 1960s and '70s. The subjects also reflect on the organization's impact on contemporary American society.
Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory (1961)
Twisted Italian horror meets lurid German krimi in the 1961 EuroShocker
fIlled with “genuinely eerie scenes and rather graphic maulings” (DVD Drive-In),
now restored like you’ve never seen or heard it before: When an all-girl reform
school is rocked by a series of grisly murders, it will unleash a nightmare of
sexual corruption and lupine depravity. Carl Schell (THE BLUE MAX), Barbara Lass
(aka Roman Polanski’s first wife Barbara Kwiatkowska) and Luciano Pigozzi
(CASTLE OF THE LIVING DEAD) star in this infamous Italian/Austrian co-production
– originally titled LYCANTHROPUS – directed by Paolo Heusch (THE DAY THE SKY
EXPLODED) from a screenplay by giallo maestro Ernesto Gastaldi (ALL THE COLORS
OF THE DARK) with a classic score by Armando Trovajoli (STRANGE SHADOWS IN AN
EMPTY ROOM), newly scanned in 2k from archival elements recently discovered in a
Rome lab vault.
The Fearless Young Boxer (1979)
A youth studies the martial arts in order to avenge his father's death and retrieve a sacred golden plate.
King's Man (2010)
Human traffickers plan to sell three young girls into the sex trade.
Der var engang (1922)
Based on the play by Holger Drachmann.
If You Love This Planet (1982)
If You Love This Planet is a 1982 short documentary film recording a lecture given to SUNY Plattsburgh students by physician and anti-nuclear activist Dr. Helen Caldicott about the dangers posed by nuclear weapons. The movie was directed by Terre Nash and produced by Edward Le Lorrain for Studio D, the women's studio of the National Film Board of Canada. Studio D head Kathleen Shannon was executive producer.
Tokyo Gore School (2009)
Tokyo Gore School is a 2009 Japanese horror film directed by Yōhei Fukuda.
American Backwoods: Slew Hampshire (2015)
Several teenagers become victims of four clans vying for supremacy and survival in the forests of New Hampshire.
San Yuan Li (2003)
San Yuan Li is a 2003 experimental independent Chinese documentary directed and produced by artists Ou Ning and Cao Fei. Focusing on the modern paradox of China's rapid economic growth and social marginalization, the film was shot in San Yuan Li, a rural village nestled in the industrial skyline of Guangzhou. The film examines the effects of development on traditional agrarian lifestyles. San Yuan Li was commissioned for and exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 2003.
Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film (2009)
NIGHTMARES IN RED, WHITE AND BLUE is a comprehensive history of the American horror film. Starting with Thomas Edison’s version of Frankenstein and slashing its way through to Saw and beyond, this incisive documentary examines how these monstrous creations were gruesome reflections of their time.
The International Space Orchestra (2013)
Nelly Ben Hayoun assembles the world's first orchestra made up of space scientists.
The Moving Creatures (2013)
In Caetano Gotardo’s lyrical omnibus film The Moving Creatures, three very different mothers are confronted, through three very different trials-by-ordeal, with the limits of what a mother “just knows”.
An aimless man (Marc-Andr Grondin) spends his days taking cars, then returning them at his convenience.
The Brute and the Beast (1966)
Massacre Time (Italian: Le colt cantarono la morte e fu... tempo di massacro, lit. "The Colt sang death and it was... time of massacre"), known in the US as The Brute and the Beast, is a 1966 Spaghetti Western film starring Franco Nero. It is noteworthy as the first of a very few Westerns directed by horror icon Lucio Fulci. The film was released on the heels of Nero's hit Django; for this reason it was marketed in some areas as a Django film.
Death Occurred Last Night (1970)
La morte risale a ieri sera is a 1970 giallo film directed by Duccio Tessari. Written by Biagio Proietti, the film is based on the novel I milanesi ammazzano al sabato by Giorgio Scerbanenco.
Kissing Time (1933)
A South American rebel has an eye for the ladies.
Die große Liebe (1942)
Die große Liebe (The Great Love) is a German drama film of the National Socialist period, made by Rolf Hansen, starring Zarah Leander and Viktor Staal. It premiered in Berlin in 1942 and went on to become the most commercially successful film in the history of the Third Reich.
Mate doma lva? (1964)
Two boys experience a number of delightful adventures as they travel through the streets of Prague, Czechoslovakia.
One in the Gun (2010)
A struggling artist (Steven Man) and his lover (Katherine Randolph) plot against her abusive spouse.
Occupation: Fighter (2012)
Filmmaker Andre Enzensberger explores what it takes to become a mixed-martial-arts competitor through his profile of a dedicated fighter who is on his way to the top.
Sailors on Leave (1941)
Sailors on Leave is a 1941 American musical film directed by Albert S. Rogell and written by Art Arthur and Malcolm Stuart Boylan. The film stars William Lundigan, Shirley Ross, Chick Chandler, Ruth Donnelly, Mae Clarke and Cliff Nazarro. The film was released on September 30, 1941, by Republic Pictures.
Sturmtruppen is a 1976 comedy film directed by Salvatore Samperi. It is based on the eponymous Sturmtruppen comic books created by Bonvi.
Def-Con 4 is a 1985 Canadian post-apocalyptic film, portraying three astronauts who survive World War III aboard a space station and return to earth to find greatly changed circumstances.
Journey Among Women (1977)
Journey Among Women is a 1977 film directed by Tom Cowan.
Take Off (2009)
Take Off (Hangul: 국가대표; RR: Gukgadaepyo, Hanja:國家代表, literally "National Representative" or "National Athlete" or "National Team") is a 2009 South Korean film written and directed by Kim Yong-hwa. The film was the 2nd most attended film of the year in South Korea with 8,392,953 admissions.
Fall Guy (1947)
Fall Guy is a 1947 American crime film noir directed by Reginald Le Borg. The drama features Leo Penn, Robert Armstrong and Teala Loring. The film is based on Cornell Woolrich's short story, "Cocaine."
Alila is a 2003 Israeli film directed by Amos Gitai and starring Yaël Abecassis, Uri Klauzner, and Hanna Laslo. The drama follows half a dozen very different characters through their lives in modern day Israel, giving Gitai an opportunity to comment on his country's top social issues. The film received mixed reviews. Newsday called it, "sexy, colorful, courageous and boldly entertaining," and the Village Voice called the director "Israel's one man new wave"; Stephen Holden of the New York Times stated: "There really isn't a likable character in the movie, which opens today in Manhattan. The filmmaker's jaundiced view of humanity is matched by his eye for the ugly".
Law of the Texan (1938)
Law of the Texan is a 1938 American Western film directed by Elmer Clifton and written by Monroe Shaff and Arthur Hoerl. The film stars Buck Jones, Dorothy Fay, Kenneth Harlan, Don Douglas, Matty Kemp and Joe Whitehead. The film was released on October 24, 1938, by Columbia Pictures.
Mondays At Racine (2012)
Mondays at Racine is a 2012 short documentary film directed by Cynthia Wade, about two sisters who open their Long Island hair salon to women diagnosed with cancer, every third Monday of the month. The film was nominated for the 2013 Academy Award for Best Documentary.
Zero in the System (2013)
Earl (Mike Simmons) intends to protect his neighborhood while pursuing revenge for the death of his sister. He meets Keisha, a single mother who struggles to raise her son, and tries to build a future with her by leaving his past behind.
My Girl and I (2005)
My Girl and I is a 2005 South Korean film directed by Jeon Yun-su. It is a remake of the Japanese film Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World, adapted from the novel Socrates in Love by Kyoichi Katayama.