The Generator (2017)
Two people get trapped in a virtual reality game of mind control, cyber fantasies and murder.
Love and Bullets (2017)
A neighborhood struggle between the splendid scenery of the alleys of Naples and the gulf sea. Between music and action, love and bullets.
CandyFlip is an Indian English/Hindi psychedelic thriller film directed by Shanawaz NK. This directorial debut film is produced by 23 Entertainment.
One near-death experience at a dinner party drastically alters the lives of everyone in attendance.
Secondo Me (2016)
Three wardrobe workers from La Scala di Milano, the State Opera in Vienna and the Odessa Opera share stories and opinions on the productions.
Loose Screws (2016)
When Cory gets put out for cheating he ends up living with his cousin Lance who just broke up with his gold digging girlfriend. Thinking they will be some female magnets the two can't get a decent date to save their lives until they find RIGHTMATCH.COM
A freelance copywriter in his mid-20s struggles to overcome his self-doubt about his artistic abilities.
Chameleon Shadow (2017)
A young photographer seeking relief from his recurring nightmares is shocked when his nightmares materialize in the real world.
Kings Bay (2017)
Wasao (わさお) is a 2011 Japanese film that is based on a true story of an abandoned Akita Dog.
Little Forest: Winter/Spring (2015)
Za Karate (1974)
Yo necesito amor (2019)
Venise n'est pas en Italie (2019)
Precure Miracle Universe Movie (2019)
This Is Cristina (2019)
Soreike! Anpanman: Buruburu no takarasagashi daibouken! (2017)
Grace Kelly: The American Princess (1987)
Beware of the Jönsson Gang (1981)
Varning för Jönssonligan (English: Beware of the Johnson Gang) is a Swedish film about the gang Jönssonligan made in 1981. Filming dates: July 1981 – September 1981
It was the first Swedish adaptation of one of the original Danish Olsen Gang movies. Somewhat ionically, it was based on the sixth Olsen Gang movie, Olsen-bandens sidste bedrifter, which was intended as the last one when it was made.
Nionde kompaniet (1987)
The Galahs (2016)
Sunny Side (2017)
Brammetje Baas (2012)
Brammetje Baas is a 2012 Dutch film, directed by Anna van der Heide, based on a picture book written by Tamara Bos, who also wrote the scripts for the film.
Amor y muerte (2013)
Heroes Like Us (1999)
Rúcula com Tomate Seco (2017)
A Farra do Circo (2014)
Mundo Deserto de Almas Negras (2016)
O Shaolin do Sertão (2016)
O Shaolin do Sertão is 2016 Brazilian comedy film, directed by Halder Gomes and starring Edmilson Filho, Fábio Goulart and Bruna Hamú.
Un Debut Prometteur (2015)
Amy Schumer Presents Mark Normand: Don't Be Yourself (2017)
Mark Normand explores the problem with modern manliness, the struggles faced by introverts and how watching your parents have sex would be the most effective punishment.
Varun Thakur: Vicky This Side, Varun That Side (2017)
David & Goliath (2005)
Culture Club: Live in Sydney (2006)
From The Earth To The Moon (1979)
Counter Histories: Rock Hill (2017)
Goya - oder Der arge Weg der Erkenntnis (1971)
Goya or the Hard Way to Enlightenment (German: Goya – oder der arge Weg der Erkenntnis) is a 1971 East German drama film directed by Konrad Wolf. It was entered into the 7th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Special Prize. It is based on a novel with the same title by Lion Feuchtwanger.
The Stork Pays Off (1941)
The Stork Pays Off is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Lew Landers and written by Fanya Foss and Aleen Leslie. The film stars Victor Jory, Rochelle Hudson, Maxie Rosenbloom, Horace McMahon, George McKay and Ralf Harolde. The film was released on October 6, 1941, by Columbia Pictures.
Trio - Jakten på Olavsskrinet (2017)
The Beloved Son of God (1988)
L'Chaim!: To Life! (2015)
Vavien is a 2009 Turkish comedy film directed by the Taylan Brothers.
Successive Slidings of Pleasure (1974)
Successive Slidings of Pleasure (French: Glissements progressifs du plaisir) is a 1974 French fantasy art film directed by Alain Robbe-Grillet.
Assassins Revenge (2018)
The Moody Blues: Days of Future Passed Live (2017)
Finsteres Glück (2016)
Bollywood Dream (2011)
Bollywood Dream (Portuguese: Bollywood Dream - O Sonho Bollywoodiano) is a 2010 Brazilian–Indian adventure-comedy film written and directed by Beatriz Seigner. It's the first co-production between Brazil and India, and the film debut of Beatriz Seigner as director.
The film follows the story of three Brazilian actresses who decide to try their luck in Bollywood, India's film industry, but once entered into the heart of Indian culture and mythology, their dreams are modified by the contrast between East and West.
Shoot First... Ask Questions Later (1975)
The White, the Yellow, and the Black (Italian: Il bianco, il giallo, il nero), also known as Samurai and Shoot First... Ask Questions Later, is a 1975 Spaghetti Western comedy film.
It is the last spaghetti western directed by Sergio Corbucci. Differently from his previous western films, this is openly parodic, acting as a spoof of Red Sun. It was generally poorly received by critics. The character of Milian will be reprised by the same actor, with slight changes, in the comedy film Delitto al ristorante cinese.
Four Fingers (2019)
Black Veil Brides: Alive and Burning (2015)
Washington Capitals 2018 Stanley Cup Champions (2018)
Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter (2012)
So auf Erden (2017)
Heißes Pflaster Köln (1967)
Caroline Vigneaux Quitte La Robe (2015)
Maria Sharapova: The Point (2017)
Djinns (also known by the title: Stranded) is a 2010 French film written and directed by Hugues Martin and Sandra Martin. It stars Saïd Taghmaoui, Cyril Raffaelli and Aurélien Wiik.
Shangri-La: Near Extinction (2018)
The Love Europe Project (2019)
The Last Wild (2018)
In a man-made world hewn from nature, the exploitation of both living and inorganic resources is shaping the planet beyond recognition. For many animals, such human activity is gradually altering their land beyond habitable existence. Hunting in Africa for food, sport, and anger is drastically reducing animal populations. But there is still time to save and reconnect with nature. With governments protecting wild land, and through the Khoisan peoples' example of how to share life with other predatory animals, this ruminative doc explores how humans and animals might one day coexist in peace. "We never gaze at the stars or a tree without seeing ourselves, without seeing our reflection in them." Across Africa there is growing concern that our relationship with nature has become all take and no give. Our unsustainable, selfish opportunism is ruining what could be a far more beneficial co-existence.
We know that the ever-expanding boundaries of 'modern' civilisation are encroaching upon the wilderness of Africa. But there is also concern that major damage is being done by the continent’s more isolated communities. Donovan Darrington Prince, a wildlife guide, is frustrated: “I honestly don’t believe that people has respect for nature, animals or wildlife, especially in rural areas”.
Biological conservationists like Matt Claverley defend locals attacking wildlife: “if a wild animal is considered a threat to their children or livelihood, then of course their immediate need is for their family”. Yet this is not the whole story. Animals are also killed “to let off steam, because of contempt for animals or because of profit”. Poachers illegally sell horns, ivory and skins for easy money. They even hunt in land which governments have designated as nature reserves since the late nineteenth century. What’s more, poachers poison their carcasses. “The poachers often don’t want the vultures to give them away,” Ortwin Aschenborn elaborates, “so there is an active poisoning of vultures at the moment”.
“Technology has made people so impersonal and they are getting addicted to that,” thinks Christo Snyman, a wildlife writer and photographer. Our relationship with technology is blamed for ruining the miraculous bond with the wild that only a few tribes, like the Khoisan peoples of Southern African, retain today. Rather than killing lions, they prefer to talk to them in order to share some of their prey. “It will not kill the human being,” says Steve Kunta, a local wildlife guide. “They will move away and then a person can come and get the meat.”
Over the course of this passionate documentary, questions are raised over the capacity for larger mammals, like the elephant, to think like we do, even contemplate death. “They are very social animals, extremely like humans,” says Donovan. This meditative exploration of African ecosystems teaches us that if we learn to share our environments with the creatures we live amongst, there will be no need for the African plains to become the last wild.
Rich Piana Chronicles (2018)
Justice - Verstrickt im Netz der Macht (2019)
1964: O Brasil Entre Armas e Livros (2019)
Sex, kofe, sigarety (2014)
The Queen of Crime (2016)
World War Four (2019)
Hello Carbot the Movie: The Secret of Omphalos Island (2019)
Kedi is a 2006 Indian Tamil film written and directed by Jyothi Krishna, who earlier directed the 2003 Tamil film Enakku 20 Unakku 18. Starring his brother Ravi Krishna in the lead role, the film marks the Kollywood debut of the female actress Tamannaah Bhatia and Ileana. Where Tamannaah plays a character with negative shade and Ileana plays love interest of Ravi Krishna whilst Ramesh Khanna, Atul Kulkarni, Adithya, M. S. Baskar and Suman Setty played supporting roles in the film. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film released on 24 September 2006 and was later dubbed into Telugu and released as Jadoo.The film earned mixed to positive reviews in both Tamil and Telugu and commercial success.
América or América - A Portuguese Story is a 2011 Portuguese-Brazilian-Russian drama film, directed, written, co-produced and co-edited by the portuguese director João Nuno Pinto. It is a story about ilegal immigration, crime and drug dealing. It is considered one of the most successful portuguese films of all time, film, which marked the debut of director João Nuno Pinto and, at the time, the actor Manuel Custódia.
Devil and the Deep (1932)
Devil and the Deep is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Marion Gering and starring Tallulah Bankhead, Gary Cooper, Charles Laughton, and Cary Grant. Based on the novel Sirenes et Tritons by Maurice Larrouy, the film is about a Naval commander who has alienated his wife due to his insane jealousy over every man she speaks to. After his obsessive behavior drives her to the arms of a handsome lieutenant, tragic drama ensues.
Karol: A Man Who Became Pope (2005)
Karol: A Man Who Became Pope is a 2005 TV miniseries written and directed by Giacomo Battiato, and created as a Polish-Italian-French-German and Canadian joint cooperation project. Karol is a biography of Karol Wojtyła, later known as Pope John Paul II, beginning in 1939 when Karol was only 19 years old and ending at the Papal conclave, October 1978 that made him Pope.
Cybernetics Guardian (1989)
Boom Boom Sabotage (2006)
Tony Hawk in Boom Boom Sabotage is a computer-animated feature-length film starring Tony Hawk produced by Mainframe Entertainment. FUNimation Entertainment distributed the movie in USA and Japan, while Alliance Atlantis distributed it in Canada. In Mainframe's early productions, the movie was titled Tony Hawk in 'Boom Boom Goes the Circus', which uses cel-shading characters. Some of the early designs can still be seen in Mainframe's web site.
The Sandwich Man (1983)
The Sandwich Man is a 1983 Taiwanese film jointly directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien, Wan Jen, and Tseng Chuang-hsiang. The script by Wu Nien-jen is based on a story by Huang Chunming entitled "His Son's Big Doll".
Within the Woods (2005)
Within the Woods is a 1978 horror short film written, directed and produced by Sam Raimi. Raimi drew inspiration from his earlier short film Clockwork, deciding to produce a "prototype" horror film to help build the interest of potential investors. Raimi cast his friends Bruce Campbell and Ellen Sandweiss as the two protagonists and produced the film for $1,600. Shot on location in a remote cabin in the woods, production was a difficult process because of the low budget. Several of the special effects presented in the film were done in a severely low budget manner, some of which were improvised on set. The film centers around demonic possession and mysterious forces originating from the woods.
Go Go 70's (2008)
Go Go 70s (Korean: 고고70) is a 2008 South Korean musical drama film set in the 1970s.
Chromartie High - The Movie (2005)
Cromartie High - The Movie is a 2005 Japanese live-action film directed by Yūdai Yamaguchi and starring Takamasa Suga. The film is based on the manga Cromartie High School by Eiji Nonaka which had also been previously adapted as an anime series.
Tokyo Mafia: Wrath of the Yakuza (1996)
Tokyo Mafia (1995)
Massage Parlor Murders! (1973)
Massage Parlor Murders is a 1973 exploitation horror film directed by Chester Fox and Alex Stevens. The film stars Sandra Peabody, George Spencer, John Moser and George Dzundza. The film is about a killer that starts killing the staff of New York’s massage parlors. Despite having a successful run in the grindhouse circuit, the film nearly became a lost film and didn't have a home video release until 2013.
La revolución de Juan Escopeta (2011)
Isabella Rossellini's Green Porno Live (2015)
Extra Terrestrial Visitors (1983)
The Pod People (original title Los nuevos extraterrestres, literally The New Extraterrestrials) is a 1983 French-Spanish science fiction film directed by Juan Piquer Simón. The film's original draft was meant to be a straightforward horror film about an evil alien on a murderous rampage, but the producers demanded script alterations in order to cash in on the success of Steven Spielberg's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial by featuring a child and a cute, lovable alien. Director Juan Piquer Simón was dissatisfied with the final result. The film was largely forgotten until 1991, when it was lampooned by the famed B movie-mocking television show Mystery Science Theater 3000. The opening and closing credits used footage from an unrelated film, The Galaxy Invader, apparently without permission. It is likely only in the re-released edition as The Galaxy Invader was released nearly two years after The Pod People.
The Daughter: I, a Woman Part III (1970)
City of the Vampires (1993)
I.C.U is a 2009 Australian thriller film directed by Aash Aaron. Filmed in 2007, it is Margot Robbie's debut film but wasn't released until 2009. It tells the story of three bored teenagers who, after filming and spying on their neighbours, are targeted by a serial killer.
The Belle Star Story (1968)
The Belle Starr Story/Il mio corpo per un poker is a 1968 Italian made episodic Bonnie and Clyde type spaghetti western co-written and co-directed by Lina Wertmüller and starring Elsa Martinelli who also sings the title song. It is the only spaghetti western directed by a woman and one of the few which stars a woman in the title role. Wertmüller replaced after a few days Piero Cristofani, who was at his directorial debut.
Si yiu (1981)
Adventures Into the Woods: A Sexy Musical (2012)
Animation Runner Kuromi 2 (2004)
The Dirty Outlaws (1967)
The Dirty Outlaws, also known as Big Ripoff, King of the West and The Desperado (in original Italian, El desperado), is a 1967 Italian spaghetti western starring Andrea Giordana.
Quentin Tarantino ranked the film 13th in his personal "Top 20 favorite Spaghetti Westerns".