Doglegs (2015)

In an underground scene, the disabled battle the able-bodied to destroy stereotypes.

There's Gonna Be a God Damn Riot in Here (2008)

There's Gonna Be a God Damn Riot in Here is a film documenting the last live poetry reading given outside the US by Charles Bukowski, even though he lived and wrote for another 14 years. The reading was given at the Viking Inn, a small concert hall in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on October 12, 1979. It is produced by Dennis Del Torre and directed by Jon Monday for mondayMEDIA distribution.

Las Vegas Hillbillys (1966)

A country singer (Ferlin Husky) and a barmaid (Mamie Van Doren) turn an old Las Vegas casino into a showcase for down-home music.

Cubamerican (2012)

Filmmaker José Enrique Pardo examines causes leading to the exile of millions of Cubans to the United States.

Mr. Art Critic (2008)

A harsh art critic learns humility the hard way.

Phantom from Space (1953)

Phantom from Space is a 1953 independently made American science fiction film produced and directed by W. Lee Wilder from an original screenplay written by William Raynor and Myles Wilder, starring Ted Cooper, Noreen Nash, Dick Sands, and Burt Wenland. Working with most of the same crew, this was one of several early 1950s films made by Wilder and son Raynor on a financing-for-distribution basis with United Artists and, on occasion, RKO Radio Pictures.

Elvis Through the Years (2007)

This highly entertaining documentary offers a behind-the-scenes look at the life of Elvis Presley, including rare film footage, press conferences, interviews, outtakes and more!

A Town Without Christmas (2001)

A Town Without Christmas is a made-for-TV movie, broadcast on CBS on December 16, 2001. The film was the first of a trilogy with subsequent sequels, Finding John Christmas (2003) and When Angels Come to Town (2004) also being aired on CBS. Peter Falk returned to play the role of the angel Max for both sequels.

War Babies (1932)

War Babies is a 1932 American comedy short film directed by Charles Lamont. It is the second in a series of eight one-reelers that satirized adult films and themes called Baby Burlesks. The casts in the series are pre-schoolers dressed in adult costumes on top and diapers fastened with large safety pins on the bottom. In her autobiography, Shirley Temple Black describes the Baby Burlesks series as "a cynical exploitation of our childish innocence," and notes the short films were sometimes racist or sexist.

Ancient Alien Question: From UFOs to Extraterrestrial Visitations (2012)

Join Philip Coppens, star of the History Channel's "Ancient Aliens" series, as he provides proof that UFO's helmed by Extraterrestrials from other worlds came to Earth millennia ago.

Crawl (2011)

Crawl is a 2011 Australian suspense-thriller written, produced and directed by Paul China and Benjamin China. The film is the China Brothers debut feature, and stars George Shevtsov, Georgina Haig and Paul Holmes.

Audrey Hepburn: In the Movies (2012)

One of a kind documentary focusing on 15 of Hepburn's best known films

Marilyn Monroe: In the Movies (2012)

Tracing Marilyn's film career from her first role to her last, complete with more than 50 of her most acclaimed scenes from more than a dozen of her best films

Ghost Hunt: Paranormal Encounter at Burlington County Prison (2012)

Is the Burlington County Prison Museum haunted by the spirits of executed prisoners? A group of paranormal enthusiasts entered the Burlington County Prison, in Mount Holly, New Jersey, and the answer is revealed in this shocking documentary.

Homeless in Los Angeles (2011)

People discuss the realities and conditions of living homeless in Los Angleles.

Repeaters (2010)

Repeaters is a 2010 Canadian thriller film directed by Carl Bessai, written by Arne Olsen, and starring Dustin Milligan, Amanda Crew, and Richard de Klerk as young drug addicts who find themselves stuck in a time loop.

Joe Piscopo: A Night at Club Piscopo (2012)

Joe Piscopo brings his variety of talents to Atlantic City for an intimate night of entertainment, join Joe for an unforgetable night at Club Piscopo.

The Punk Syndrome (2012)

The Punk Syndrome is a film about Finnish punk rock band Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät. Its original Finnish title is Kovasikajuttu. The film is directed by Jukka Kärkkäinen and J-P Passi and premiered in cinemas in Finland on 4 May 2012.

Zatoichi and the One-Armed Swordsman (1971)

Zatoichi and the One-Armed Swordsman , also known as Zatoichi Meets the One-Armed Swordsman, is a 1971 Hong Kong-Japanese wuxia/chambara crossover film by Chinese film director Hsu Tseng Hung and Japanese film director Kimiyoshi Yasuda. The film stars Jimmy Wang Yu as the "One-Armed Swordsman" Wang Gang and Shintaro Katsu as the blind masseur Zatoichi. It is a crossover of the One-Armed Swordsman and Zatoichi film series.

Bill Bellamy's Ladies Night Out Comedy Tour (2013)

Bill Bellamy's groundbreaking, "Ladies Night Out," Comedy Tour brings together some of today's hottest male comics to showcase to the ladies of America, starring Ali Siddiq, Jay Reid and D’Lai.

Bob Saget: That's What I'm Talkin' About (2013)

In "That's What I'm Talkin’ About," Bob Saget tells his favorite dirty jokes, and stories of his dad, the guy who made him like this. He also pulls out a guitar for some songs that will make you roll in the aisles.

Gary Gulman: In This Economy? (2012)

Blockbuster is dead, and Gary Gulman couldn't be happier. The Last Comic Standing alum delivers a hilarious tirade about these absurd economic times that inspire "buffet mentality" in all of us.

The Grand Heist (2012)

The Grand Heist (Hangul: 바람과 함께 사라지다; RR: Baramgwa Hamkke Sarajida; lit. "Gone With the Wind") is a 2012 South Korean historical comedy film about a gang of 11 thieves who try to steal ice blocks from the royal storage, Seobingo, during the last years of the Joseon era. It was released on August 8, 2012.

Medal of Honor: The History (2014)

Narrated by Gary Sinise, this documentary illustrates how the Medal of Honor rose from a decoration no one wanted, to becoming the nation’s highest honor. The film is the first time a history of the medal has been assembled anywhere.

American Jihadist (2010)

The motivations of soldiers willing to kill and die for God.

A World Ruled by Evil (2015)

A group of extremely powerful people control the world through manipulation, marketing, propaganda and force. These are not the usual suspects. Welcome to the world of a very real and powerful secret society.

Brian Gaar: Jokes I Wrote At Work (2015)

In his first hour-long comedy special, Twitter sensation Brian Gaar tackles everything from the challenges of fatherhood to trying to keep his gamer cred in his 30s. Filmed live at the Spider House Ballroom in Austin, Texas.

Dusty's Trail: Summit of Borneo (2013)

Mountain climbers raise money to help a young man who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

Vampiyaz (2004)

A hip-hop, ex-con returns to his former neighborhood and must team up with a group of vampire hunter-killers to rid the area of vampires whom have taken over the area.

SILA (2015)

The concept of SILA – a term that encompasses weather, balance, consciousness – frames a story in the world’s northernmost inhabited village. Situated above the Arctic Circle in Greenland, Inuit subsistence hunters and a team of polar scientists bear witness to the transforming environment. As international researchers on Greenland’s Inland Ice Cap track the effects and far-reaching consequences of the warming Arctic, drastic changes in weather patterns are also spelling an end to the Inuit’s centuries-old way of life.

Border River (1954)

Border River is a 1954 American Western film directed by George Sherman starring Joel McCrea, Yvonne De Carlo, and Pedro Armendáriz. It was filmed on location in Moab, Utah, in three-strip Technicolor.

Karmageddon (2011)

A devotee of Bhagavan Das tries to navigate the gap between the 1960s and contemporary spirituality.

Low: Movie - How to Quit Smoking (2013)

The career of the band Low and its relationship with director Philip Harder.

Peak (2013)

Technology overtakes the ever-changing nature of the Alps.

Krampus: The Christmas Devil (2013)

A cop (A.J. Leslie) must find and destroy a yuletide demon who kills naughty children before the creature steals his daughter.

Road Gang (1936)

Road Gang is a film released in 1936, showing economic and social injustice due to political corruption. It was directed by Louis King, written by Dalton Trumbo, produced by Bryan Foy, and stars Donald Woods and Kay Linaker.

The Pa Boys (2014)

Danny, Cityboy and Tau form a three piece-band and set off on a tour of small-town pubs.

Déjà Vu (2013)

Def: noun. deja vu - “The experience of thinking that a new situation had occurred before.” This is how it feels to us, like it was meant to happen to the point it already has.

Six Men Getting Sick (1967)

Six Men Getting Sick is a 1967 experimental animated short film, directed by David Lynch. A student project that was developed over the course of a semester, it is Lynch's first film and was shot while he was attending the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The film consists of an animated painting, depicting six dysmorphic figures regurgitating in sequence with the sound of a siren loop.

Une visite au Louvre (2004)

Danile Huillet and Jean-Marie Straub visit the Louvre to discuss the presentation and preservation of art in museums.

Blondie Has Servant Trouble (1940)

Blondie Has Servant Trouble is a 1940 American film, the sixth of the series of 28 Blondie movies.

The Mad Doctor (1940)

The Mad Doctor is a 1941 thriller film starring Basil Rathbone as a physician whose wealthy wives keep dying. Ellen Drew plays his latest bride.

Torture Ship (1939)

Torture Ship is a 1939 American film directed by Victor Halperin.

My Father is a Hero (1995)

My Father Is a Hero (simplified Chinese: 给爸爸的信; traditional Chinese: 給爸爸的信, released in the United States as The Enforcer and Jet Li's The Enforcer) is a 1995 Hong Kong action film starring Jet Li and directed by Corey Yuen, who also co-stars in the film. The film was released in the Hong Kong on 2 March 1995.

The Lonesome Trail (1955)

The Lonesome Trail is a 1955 American film starring Wayne Morris and John Agar. It was made for Lippert Pictures.

Mutilations (1987)

Professor Jim McFarland has been noticing a string of cattle mutilations that have been tormenting a small southern town. He goes with his students to investigate these bizarre happenings. What they discover is worse than any of them could of possibly imagine. Will Professor McFarland and his students attempt to escape alive when they are faced with violent invaders from another planet! Massacre Video is proud to present MUTILATIONS, one of the strangest '80s alien gore films, in its fully uncut form, sourced from the original video master.

Lost In A Harem (1944)

Lost in a Harem is a 1944 film starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello.

Netherwood (2011)

When hard-working drifter Stan enters the small town of Netherwood, he winds up facing off against locals, including a bully, a beauty and a land baron.

Levantamuertos (2013)

Ivan, a young coroner, performs his deadly routine in Mexico.

Running For Jim (2014)

Cross country coach Jim Tracy battles Lou Gehrig's disease, and his coaching accomplishments reach a global stage in 2010 when, during the championship race, his team captain collapses and crawls across the finish line to win the title.

They All Died Laughing (1964)

A Jolly Bad Fellow is a 1964 British film directed by Don Chaffey. It stars Leo McKern and Janet Munro.

Theater in Trance (1981)

Filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder logs appearances at Cologne's "Theatres of the World" festival.

The New Public (2012)

In fall 2006, former DJ, point guard and teacher turned first-time principal, James O'Brien, opened a small public high school in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, where 1/3 of residents live below the poverty line and the graduation rate is 40%. Through the prism of one inner-city public school, we witness complexities faced by urban public schools and communities everywhere.

The Impatient Maiden (1932)

Impatient Maiden is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by James Whale, starring Lew Ayres and Mae Clarke, and released by Universal Pictures. The screenplay was written by Richard Schayer and Winifred Dunn, based on the novel The Impatient Virgin by Donald Henderson Clarke.

Jerked (2014)

Two best friends obsessed with making prank videos become mortal enemies when they fall for the same girl. To win her favor, they begin performing a series of dangerous and bizarre challenges.

Cannibal Rollerbabes (1997)

Cannibal Rollerbabes is a 1997 low-budget Canada horror film about cannibalism, directed by Kalman Szegvary. It is set in Los Angeles, although it was filmed in Ontario.

Aegis (2005)

An officer (Hiroyuki Sanada) must save the day when a terrorist smuggles a chemical weapon aboard a Japanese cruiser.

Natalie's Lose Lose (2012)

A woman finds herself bound to a chair and gagged. Her tormentor is in a gas mask. There's a voice on the intercom. Who are these people and why did they choose her?

There Goes Kelly (1945)

There Goes Kelly is a 1945 American film directed by Phil Karlson. It was made for Monogram Pictures.

On the Trail of the Far Fur Country (2014)

An early 20th-century documentary shows how life has changed in northern Canada over 100 years.

Lady from Chungking (1942)

Lady from Chungking is a 1942 American war film.

Dot and Santa Claus (1981)

Around the World with Dot, also known as Dot and Santa Claus is a 1981 Australian animated film. It is a sequel to Dot and the Kangaroo.

Night Driver (2005)

Double-crossed and left for dead, a professional assassin is saved by a mysterious crime-fighting organization.

The Fall Before Paradise (2004)

A man in a mental ward finds himself walking a line between dreams and reality.

Asleep in a Storm (2013)

Two college students (John Sikma, Sam Leuenberger) battle over intellectual superiority after one insults the other's pride.

Four Women (1975)

Four tales revolve around a prostitute, a virgin (Geethu Mohandas), a housewife (Manju Pillai) and an engaged woman (Nandita Das).

Battles Without Honor and Humanity (1973)

Battles Without Honor and Humanity (Japanese: 仁義なき戦い, Hepburn: Jingi Naki Tatakai) is a 1973 Japanese yakuza film directed by Kinji Fukasaku. The screenplay by Kazuo Kasahara adapts a series of newspaper articles by journalist Kōichi Iiboshi, that were rewrites of a manuscript originally written by real-life yakuza Kōzō Minō. It is the first film in a five-part series that Fukasaku made in a span of just two years. The violent, documentary-like film chronicles the underworld tribulations of Shozo Hirono (Bunta Sugawara), a young ex-soldier and street thug in post-war Hiroshima Prefecture. Starting in the open-air black markets of bombed-out Hiroshima in 1946, the film spans a period of more than ten years. The plot consists of a changing of the guard of new families and organizations with the same feuds and people, punctuated by the gritty violence. Battles Without Honor and Humanity won the 1974 Kinema Junpo Awards for Best Film, Best Actor (Bunta Sugawara) and Best Screenplay (Kazuo Kasahara). In 2009, the magazine named it fifth on a list of the Top 10 Japanese Films of All Time. Due to the series' commercial and critical popularity it was followed by another three-part series, New Battles Without Honor and Humanity. The film is often called the "Japanese Godfather," and marks a departure from traditional yakuza movies which had, for the most part, been tales of chivalry set in pre-war Japan. The overall tone of the series is bleak, violent and chaotic, expressing the futility of the struggles between yakuza families. In the western market it is also known under the titles Tarnished Code of Yakuza (Australia), War Without a Code, and The Yakuza Papers.

The Barnyard Concert (1930)

Conductor Mickey Mouse and his animal friends put on a concert.

The Remnant (2001)

Murder holds a small Georgia town in the grip of fear during the first summer of the new millennium.

There Is a Secret in My Soup (2001)

There is a Secret in my Soup is a 2001 Hong Kong horror film directed by Yeung Chi Kin and based on the Hello Kitty murder.

Tell Me I'm Pretty (2004)

To soothe her loneliness, Franny (Marina Foïs) invites her coworker, Paul (Julien Boisselier), over for dinner. Franny plans to lure her unsuspecting guest into a one-night stand, but she is not skilled in the ways of seduction. Paul doesn't pick up on her signals, and Franny becomes frustrated when he fails to respond to her advances. Over the course of the evening, the two get caught in a cycle of enticement, misunderstanding, resentment and reconciliation.

The Driller Killer (1979)

The Driller Killer is a 1979 black comedy horror film film directed by and starring Abel Ferrara, Carolyn Marz, Baybi Day, and Harry Schultz. The plot concerns Reno Miller, a struggling artist in New York City, turning insane from stress and killing derelicts with a power drill. The film was infamous for being on the list of "video nasties" in the United Kingdom, resulting the film banned from 1984 (due to new censorship laws) until 1999, when a cut version was approved for an 18 (years of age) certificate. The full uncut version was finally passed by the BBFC in November 2002. On 10 June 2010 it was re-released as video on demand (VOD).

Al Nisa: Black Muslim Women in Atlanta's Gay Mecca (2013)

Five women come together to establish a community for black Muslim lesbians in Atlanta.

The Phantom Kid (1977)

Children play all of the characters -- the good guys, bad guys and barmaids -- in this juvenile Western.

Black Magic (1992)

A New Yorker (Judge Reinhold) falls for a Southern temptress (Rachel Ward), even though his ghostly cousin (Anthony LaPaglia) says she's a witch.

The French Detective (1975)

The French Detective (French: Adieu poulet) is a 1975 French film directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre, and scripted by Francis Veber from a novel by Raf Vallet. It received two César nominations for best supporting actor, and another for editing.

Swapaanam (2014)

Swapaanam is a 2014 Indian Malayalam film directed by Shaji N. Karun and produced by M. Rajan for Horizon Entertainments. The film features Jayaram and Kadambari in the lead roles, alongside Siddique, Vineeth, Lakshmi Gopalaswamy in supporting roles. The music was composed by Sreevalsan J Menon, while the script was written by Harikrishnan and Sajeev Pazhoor, based on Shaji’s own story. The film was screened in the Dubai International Film Festival.

Honour (2014)

Honour is a contemporary thriller focusing on "honour killings".

Highway Courtesans (2005)

A young Indian woman rebels against her community's longstanding tradition of prostitution.

Gibier d'élevage (2011)

During the Vietnam War, a pilot (Cyril Gueï) survives a plane crash but becomes a prisoner of Cambodian soldiers.

Alias the Bad Man (1931)

Alias – the Bad Man, also known as Alias Bad Man, is a 1931 Pre-Code American western film, directed by Phil Rosen. It stars Ken Maynard, Virginia Brown Faire, and Frank Mayo, and was released on July 15, 1931.

Goodbye, Norma Jean (1976)

Goodbye, Norma Jean is a 1976 film by Larry Buchanan based on the life of Marilyn Monroe. Misty Rowe plays the title role.

Hair, Let the Sun Shine In (2007)

The history of Hair, the cultural and musical phenomenon of the 1960s and 1970s using interviews and archival footage.

The Last Outpost (1935)

The Last Outpost is a 1935 American adventure film directed by Charles Barton and Louis J. Gasnier and written by Charles Brackett, Frank Partos and Philip MacDonald. It is based on F. Britten Austin's novel The Drum. The film stars Cary Grant, Claude Rains, Gertrude Michael, Kathleen Burke, Colin Tapley, Margaret Swope and Billy Bevan. The film was released on October 11, 1935, by Paramount Pictures.

Underdogs (2013)

Underdogs is a 2013 football sports drama film, directed by Doug Dearth. The film is loosely based on true events which occurred in and around Canton, Ohio.

Hegira (2013)

A mother and daughter must set aside their differences and work together when they become stranded in the woods.

Of the Flesh (1983)

Of the Flesh is a 1983 Philippine drama film directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya. The film was selected as the Philippine entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 57th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Smiling Maniacs (1975)

Smiling Maniacs (Italian: Corruzione al palazzo di giustizia) is a 1975 Italian film. It stars actor Gabriele Ferzetti.

Jajantaram Mamantaram (2003)

Jajantaram Mamantaram is a 2003 Indian Hindi comedy fantasy film directed by Soumitra Ranade and produced by Arunima Roy. The film is based on the tale of Bakasura and Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels.

The Devil On Wheels (1947)

The Devil On Wheels is a 1947 drama directed by Crane Wilbur and starring Darryl Hickman. In addition to being the first film about street racing youth, it is also notable for being one of the first films to feature actresses (Terry Moore and Noreen Nash) wearing bikini tops. A few scenes from one of the street races depicted were later reused in the opening of the 1950 film Hot Rod, also about street racing in Southern California.

Agile, Mobile, Hostile: A Year with Andre Williams (2008)

A year in the life of R&B musician Andre Williams.

The Danish Poet (2006)

The Danish Poet is a 2006 animated short film written, directed, and animated by Torill Kove and narrated by Liv Ullmann. A co-production of the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and Mikrofilm AS of Norway, it has won both the Academy Award and Genie Award for best animated short film.

Maestro (2005)

Maestro is a 2005 Hungarian computer-animated short film written, produced and directed by Géza M. Tóth. It won the Amaryllis Tamás Award at the 7th Kecskemét Animation Film Festival, and was nominated for Best Animated Short Film at the 79th Academy Awards in 2007. Composer Attila Pacsay wrote the film's music.

Six-Gun Trail (1938)

Six-Gun Trail is a 1938 American film directed by Sam Newfield.

Add the Words (2014)

Filmmaker Michael D. Gough observes the social change in one of the nation's most conservative states.

Godmoney (1999)

A former New York drug dealer's past catches up with him as he tries unsuccessfully to build a new life in California.

Riptide (1934)

Riptide is a 1934 American Pre-Code romantic drama film starring Norma Shearer, Robert Montgomery and Herbert Marshall, written and directed by Edmund Goulding, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film was released a few months before the Production Code was enforced. This film had a noteworthy appearance by Mrs. Patrick Campbell, a famous stage actress known for her friendship and correspondence with playwright George Bernard Shaw and her creation of Eliza Doolittle in Shaw's play Pygmalion.

Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin I - Blue-Eyed Casval (2015)

Zeon Zum Deikun dies in the middle of an independence movement speech. In the fallout, Degwin Sodo Zabi continues to maneuver to seize control of Side 3 as Deikun's orphaned children face troubling destinies.

Crash Dive (1996)

When the American submarine "Ulysses" responds to a distress call, the Yugoslavian refugees they take onboard turn out to actually be Middle Eastern terrorists, led by Richter (Reiner Schone). They threaten to destroy Washington, D.C., using the sub's nuclear capabilities if they do not receive $100 million in gold. Former Navy SEAL James Carter (Michael Dudikoff), now a submarine designer, is brought in by Adm. Pendleton (Frederic Forrest) to sneak aboard the ship and defeat Richter.

Barbary Coast Gent (1944)

Barbary Coast Gent is a 1944 film set in 1880s San Francisco's Barbary Coast and Nevada starring Wallace Beery. The movie was directed by Roy Del Ruth and features Binnie Barnes, Beery's brother Noah Beery, Sr., John Carradine, and Chill Wills. It is also known as Gold Town, Honest Plush Brannon and The Honest Thief.