Cromossomo 21 (2017)

The Facts of Murder (1959)

Un maledetto imbroglio also known as The Facts of Murder is a 1959 Italian crime film mystery directed by and starring Pietro Germi with Claudia Cardinale. The film is based on the novel by Carlo Emilio Gadda Quer pasticciaccio brutto de via Merulana. The film was restored and re-released in 1999 both in Italy and the USA.

Vampire Cop (1990)

The Captive (1915)

The Captive is an American silent-era film released on April 22, 1915. It was released on five reels. The film was written, directed, edited, and produced by Cecil B. DeMille. Jesse L. Lasky was another producer and Jeanie MacPherson worked with DeMille to write the screenplay. The film is based on a play written by Cecil B. DeMille and Jeanie MacPherson. The Captive grossed just over $56,000. On a budget of only $12,154. Blanche Sweet stars as Sonia Martinovich, alongside House Peters who stars as Mahmud Hassan. The film details the romantic war-era plight of Montenegrin protagonist, Sonia Martinovich, and her Turkish lover, Mahmud Hassan.

Running Wild (1927)

A browbeaten W.C. Fields gains the roaring courage of a lion thanks to a vaudeville hypnotist in RUNNING WILD (1927), a raucously funny silent comedy. Fields Stars as Elmer Finch, a meek accountant nagged by his wife, harassed by his children, and awed by his boss. After he accidentally throws a horseshoe through a window, the cops are on his tail, and a suitably ridiculous chain of events puts him under the thrall of hypnosis, where he believes himself to be a lion. With newly leonine strength he visits all those who shamed and bullied him, and tries to get a raise in the process. Written and directed by the legendarily witty Gregory La Cava (My May Godfrey), RUNNING WILD is a non-stop laugh riot.

Brimstone & Treacle (1982)

A strange young man has a sinister effect on the family of a middle-aged writer. Written by Dennis Potter.

Burn Up! (1991)

Eleven Samurai (1967)

The lord of the Oshi fief is killed by his trespassing neighbor, the cruel and cowardly Nariatsu. But when the Oshi clan is blamed for the incident, eleven of their best warriors decide to trade their lives for justice!

King of Kong Island (1968)

Kong Island (Original Italian title: Eva, la Venere selvaggia; translated as Eve, the Wild Woman) is a 1968 jungle adventure film (with a science fiction element) directed by Roberto Mauri (billed as Robert Morris). The film was promoted in the U.S. as King of Kong Island.

American Nightmare (1983)

American Nightmare is a 1983 Canadian horror/thriller film directed by Don McBrearty and starring Lawrence Day, Neil Dainard, and Michael Ironside.

Full Metal gokudô (1997)

Full Metal Yakuza is a 1997 Japanese action and satire film directed by Takashi Miike. It was written by Itaru Era and based on a story by Hiroki Yamaguchi.

Banjo the Woodpile Cat (1979)

Banjo the Woodpile Cat is a 1979 animated short film directed by Don Bluth. It follows the story of Banjo, an overly curious and rebellious kitten who, after getting into trouble for falling from a house to see if he could land on his feet, runs away from his woodpile home in his owners' farm in Payson, Utah by catching a truck to Salt Lake City. Produced in a shoestring budget, and created in Bluth's garage, the film took four years to make and it was the first production of Don Bluth Productions, later Sullivan Bluth Studios. It premiered theatrically in 1979, and at the USA Film Festival one year later. It was released on DVD in 2009.

The Cinema Snob Movie (2012)

Fangs of the Wild (1939)

Fangs of the Wild is a 1939 American film directed by Bernard B. Ray.

King of the Wild (1931)

King of the Wild is a 1931 American Pre-Code Mascot movie serial.

Dracula, Prisoner of Frankenstein (1972)

Reversed (2013)

The Devil to Pay! (1930)

An early talkie with a fine performance by Ronald Colman as a playboy in this Frederick Lonsdale drawing-room comedy.

St. John's Wort (2001)

Otogirisou is a Japanese horror movie directed by Ten Shimoyama and released in 2001. It is based on the visual novel Otogirisō by Chunsoft featured on the SNES gaming console.

The Weight of Honor (2017)

Filmed over five years, THE WEIGHT OF HONOR follows the lives of the caregivers of veterans who have been catastrophically wounded in America's longest war.

The Everlasting Flame (2009)

The Adult Version of Jekyll & Hide (1972)

Final Examination (2003)

Final Examination is a 2003 American Horror-thriller film which was directed by Fred Olen Ray (credited as Ed Raymond) and stars Kari Wührer, Brent Huff and Debbie Rochon.

Malice@Doll (2001)

Malice@Doll is a 2001 Japanese computer generated original video animation directed by Keitarou Motonaga and written by Chiaki Konaka.

Susan Lenox (Her Fall and Rise) (1931)

Fleeing her cruel uncle and an arranged marriage Susan Lenox falls in love with a kind stranger but circumstances force her to become a woman of easy virtue.

If You Were Me (2003)

If You Were Me is a 2003 South Korean omnibus film, comprising six short films directed by six prominent Korean directors, including Park Chan-wook. Commissioned by the National Human Rights Commission of Korea for ₩50 million each, the shorts deal with discrimination in Korea and the directors were given free rein with regards to subject and style. The film has spawned three live-action sequels, as well as two animated films, which deal with similar themes.

Zombie Cheerleading Camp (2007)

Dragons: Fire & Ice (2004)

Dragons: Fire & Ice is a 2004 computer-animated CGI adventure film and the first of a two-part series based on the Mega Bloks toyline. The film was released directly to DVD and is the story of two unlikely heroes, Prince Dev of the Norvagen and Princess Kyra of the Draigar. These two band together along with their dragons, Targon and Aurora, to help save Dragon World and their world from evil. A sequel, Dragons II: The Metal Ages, was released in 2005.

Police Woman (1973)

Police Woman is a 1973 Hong Kong crime film written, produced and directed by Hdeng Tsu, who also co-stars in the film. The film stars Lin Chiu, Charlie Chin and Jackie Chan. The film is also known as Young Tiger.

Every-Night Dreams (1933)

In the formally ravishing Every-Night Dreams, set in the dockside neighborhoods of Tokyo, a single mother works tirelessly as a Ginza bar hostess to ensure a better life for her young son—until her long-lost husband returns.

Brutes and Savages (1978)

Fascinated by forbidden rituals and ceremonies, world explorer Arthur Davis takes a crew with hidden cameras to Africa and South America to secretly record the beauty and horror of the "law of the jungle". Brutes and Savages is the filmed document of his death-defying adventures. Shocking, brutal and repulsive, this film mixes bizarre authentic footage with incredibly exploitive (and often hilarious) "reenactments" of his findings. Animal sacrifices, bizarre tribal ceremonies, mating rituals and even brain surgery, it's all here!

Utopia (1951)

Atoll K (1951) is a French-Italian co-production film—also known as Robinson Crusoeland in the United Kingdom and Utopia in the United States – which starred the comedy team of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in their final screen appearance. The film co-stars French singer/actress Suzy Delair and was directed by Léo Joannon, with uncredited co-direction by blacklisted U.S. director John Berry.

The Last Warning (1928)

The Last Warning is a 1929 American silent mystery film directed by Paul Leni. It is a companion piece to Universal Pictures 1927 production of The Cat and the Canary. The film was adapted from the 1922 Broadway melodrama mystery The Last Warning written by Thomas F. Fallon based on the story The House of Fear by Wadsworth Camp, the father of the writer Madeleine L'Engle. The play ran for 238 performances from October 23, 1922, until May 1923 at the Klaw Theatre. This was the last film directed by Leni before his death from blood poisoning in Los Angeles on September 2, 1929.

Split (1989)

Split is a 1989 film directed by Chris Shaw, starring Timothy Dwight and Joan Bechtel. Starker (Dwight) attempts to counter the oppressive message of a big brother media and is forced to go into hiding. The film was notable for its early use of CGI. This was the final film appearance of Gene Evans.

Snow White and the Magic Mirror (1994)

Imaginum (2005)

Imaginum is a Mexican animated sci-fi-comedy film, produced by Ánima Estudios and released in theaters on August 19, 2005. It features the voices of Eugenio Derbez and Ilse. The film took 18 months to develop, in contrast to other animated films, which take up to 40 months to develop. The film was later released direct-to-video in the United States on 9 December 2008 in both English and Spanish languages.

Hot Ticket (1996)

Torah Codes End to Darkness (2015)

Moongirl (2005)

Moongirl is an animated short produced in 2005 by Laika. It was written and directed by Henry Selick and features a score by They Might Be Giants. It is the first film, and currently the only short film, produced by the company.

Suzanne Westenhoefer: A Bottom on Top (2007)

The Woman Hunt (1973)

The Woman Hunt is a 1972 film directed by Eddie Romero. It was the last of several films Romero made for Roger Corman's New World Pictures and is an unofficial remake of the short story "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell. John Ashley said the film was originally called Women for Sale.

La barraca (1945)

The Shack or The Hut (Spanish:La barraca) is a 1945 Mexican drama film directed by Roberto Gavaldón and starring Domingo Soler, Anita Blanch and Amparo Morillo. It is based on the 1898 novel of the same title by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez. The film's art direction was by Francisco Marco Chillet and Vicente Petit.

The Sinful Bed (1973)

AM1200 (2008)

AM1200 is a 2008 thriller film starring Eric Lange, John Billingsley and Ray Wise. It focuses on Sam Larson, an executive who is on the run after the suicide of his friend and co-conspirator in a scheme, Harry Jones. While driving along at night and trying to stay awake, Sam turns on his car radio to the A.M. band. While tuning through frequencies, he stops on 1200 kHz when he hears a call for help due to a medical emergency at radio station KBAL, transmitting from Mount Zaphon. He unwittingly drives to the radio station and when his car breaks down on the road, he ventures inside to use the telephone. There he finds a man handcuffed to a pole.

Les vampires (1915)

Les Vampires is a 1915–16 French silent crime serial film written and directed by Louis Feuillade. Set in Paris, it stars Édouard Mathé, Musidora and Marcel Lévesque. The main characters are a journalist and his friend who become involved in trying to uncover and stop a bizarre underground Apache gang, known as The Vampires (who are not the mythological beings their name suggests). The serial consists of ten episodes, which vary greatly in length. Being roughly 7 hours long, it is considered one of the longest films ever made. It was produced and distributed by Feuillade's company Gaumont. Due to its stylistic similarities with Feuillade's other crime serials Fantômas and Judex, the three are often considered a trilogy. Fresh from the success of Feuillade's previous serial, Fantômas, and facing competition from rival company Pathé, Feuillade made the film quickly and inexpensively with very little written script. Upon its initial release Les Vampires was given negative reviews by critics for its dubious morality and its lack of cinematic techniques compared to other films. However, it was a massive success with its wartime audience, making Musidora a star of French cinema. The film has since come under re-evaluation and is considered by many to be Feuillade's magnum opus and a cinematic masterpiece. It is recognised for developing thriller techniques, adopted by Alfred Hitchcock and Fritz Lang, and avant-garde cinema, inspiring Luis Buñuel and others. It is included in the book 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die.

The Whip and the Body (1963)

The Whip and the Body (Italian: La frusta e il corpo) is a 1963 Italian-French gothic horror film directed by Mario Bava. The film is about Kurt Menliff (Christopher Lee) who is ostracized by his father for his relationship with a servant girl. He later returns, but falls madly in love with his brother's wife Nevenka (Daliah Lavi). Menliff is later found murdered, but the locals believe his ghost has returned to haunt the castle for revenge. Italian censors removed the film from cinemas due to its sadomasochistic themes. The international cut features some significant changes, and runs for 77 minutes. It was released theatrically as What and Night is the Phantom in the United States and United Kingdom, respectively.

Night Howl (2017)

Karmma, el peso de tus actos (2006)

Canine Soldiers (2016)

Love & Bananas (2018)

Elephant rescues in Thailand are rare, unpredictable and often life threatening. After waiting 2.5 years, actor/director Ashley Bell and a team of elephant rescuers led by world renowned Asian elephant conservationist and TIME Magazine's Hero of Asia, Lek Chailert, embark on a daring mission 480 miles across Thailand to rescue Noi Na, a 70-year old partially blind trekking elephant and bring her to freedom. African elephants are slaughtered for their ivory, but sadly the plight of the Asian Elephant has been completely overlooked even though they are the elephant we are most familiar with in zoos, circuses and elephant rides. L&B exposes the cruel secret that every Asian elephant has had to endure to become a service animal; a process knows as Pajan, aka The Crush Box. LOVE & BANANAS aims to ignite a new way of thinking about this species and shows what can be done to prevent the extinction of Asian elephants.

Louie Anderson: Mom! Louie's Looking at Me Again (1989)

We're Doing Fine (2017)

Listopad: A Memory of the Velvet Revolution (2014)

Ramon the Mexican (1966)

Bhaiyyajaan (2016)

Where North Holds Sway (1927)

Sea Tomorrow (2016)

I Dared You! Truth or Dare Part 5 (2017)

The Final Resolution (2016)

The Final Resolution is an in-depth examination of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 666 and how it parallels Revelation 13:16-18. Instead of interviewing politicians, reality stars, athletes, and scientists, everyday people from different backgrounds are interviewed, revealing how people like you feel about the relationship between the resolution and the biblical passage.

The Village Shoemakers (1923)

A bachelor's failed attempts at finding love lead him to drink.

Saura(s) (2017)

Director Felix Viscarret plans to make a make a documentary about the director and artist Carlos Saura. He intends to film conversations between Saura and his seven children, but Saura doesn't want to talk about the past.

Chicken Skin (2002)

A man dies when he's on the verge of getting a credit card, and his family tries to hide his death to collect money.

Split Lip (2019)

A brutal mercenary embarks on a treacherous mission to clear her name after she makes a mistake.

Jiao Yulu (1990)

Jiao Yulu is a 1990 Chinese biographical film directed by Wang Jixing and written by Fang Yihua. It stars Li Xuejian, Li Rentang, and Zhou Zongyin. The film tells the story of Jiao Yulu overseeing the development of Lankao County in Henan province from 1962 to 1964. The film premiered in China in April 1990.

Final Whistle (2011)

A director learns her young assistant is trying to sell her kidney to pay for her mother's defense in a murder trial.

Between the Trees (2019)

Steve, suffering from a collapsing marriage, invites his three closest friends on a weekend retreat to the mountains only to discover his real troubles are in the trees that surround them. They encounter a deranged killer and their fun weekend becomes a deadly fight for survival.

Integral Man (2017)

Commissioned by Jim Stewart, the most-published mathematician since Euclid, the Integral House is designed around an internal concert hall and has been hailed as a masterpiece by some of the greatest architecture and design critics in the world.

Ciao marziano (1980)

Ciao marziano is a 1980 Italian science fiction-comedy film directed by Pier Francesco Pingitore.

The Woman of My Life (2015)

As a child in Kurdistan, Azad pledges to marry his cousin Vian, but war separates them. As an adult, Azad is forced to flee to Europe, where he falls in love with a beautiful woman and doesn't realize that she is the long-lost Vian.

Olsenbanden jr. Mestertyvens skatt (2010)

Den anden side (2017)

Under overfladen (1999)

Taal Is Zeg Maar Echt Mijn Ding/Speech (2018)

Crumb at a Gallop (1992)

Kun en pige (1995)

Far til fire i sneen (1954)

Father of Four in the Snow (Danish: Far til fire i sneen) is a 1954 Danish family film directed by Alice O'Fredericks. It was produced under the ASA Film banner.

Als je verliefd wordt (2012)

Little Anna and the Tall Uncle (2012)

Welcome, or No Trespassing (1964)

Welcome, or No Trespassing (Russian: Добро пожаловать, или Посторонним вход воспрещён, translit. Dobro pozhalovat, ili Postoronnim vkhod vospreshchyon) is a Soviet movie by Elem Klimov made in 1964. It is a satirical comedy about the excessive restrictions that children face during their vacation in a Young Pioneer camp, imposed by their masters. Most of the actors are children, while the protagonist is the director Dynin, played by Yevgeniy Yevstigneyev. The film was selected to be screened in the Cannes Classics section of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.

The Wiggles: Wiggle Around Australia (2017)

Verpiss Dich, Schneewittchen (2018)

Bright Nights (2017)

Bright Nights (German: Helle nächte) is a 2017 German drama film directed by Thomas Arslan. It was selected to compete for the Golden Bear in the main competition section of the 67th Berlin International Film Festival. At Berlin, Georg Friedrich won the Silver Bear for Best Actor award.

Beate Uhse - Das Recht auf Liebe (2011)

Tokyo Grand Guignol (2015)

Voll Normaaal (1994)

Sorria, Você Está Sendo Filmado (2014)

Boleiros 2: Vencedores e Vencidos (2006)

The Absence (1992)

The Absence is a 1992 French-German-Spanish drama film directed by Peter Handke. It follows the journey of four nameless people: the old man, the woman, the soldier, and the gambler. The film is based on Handke's novella with the same name. It premiered in competition at the 49th Venice International Film Festival.

Mulheres Alteradas (2018)

Astrogauchos (2019)

Asgar Cin Vadisi (2019)

Watching This Movie Is a Crime (2019)

Akkadokaduntadu (2019)

Sugartown - for a fistful of votes (2019)

0009: The Sharks Make Contact (2019)

By Player (2000)

By Player is a 2000 Japanese biographical film directed by Kaneto Shindo based on the life of actor Taiji Tonoyama.

The Way to Mandalay (2018)

The Cartel (2014)

The Sun King (2005)

The Sun King is a 2005 Danish comedy film directed by Tomas Villum Jensen.

Happier Times, Grump (2018)