Trash Humpers (2009)

Trash Humpers is a 2009 experimental black comedy-drama horror film written and directed by Harmony Korine. Shot on worn VHS home video, the film features a "loser-gang cult-freak collective" living in Nashville, Tennessee.

Skinheads (1989)

Skinheads is a 1989 American thriller film, directed, written and produced by Greydon Clark.

Autopsy (1975)

When the city of Rome is rocked by a wave of violent suicides, a young forensic pathologist (Mimsy Farmer of FOUR FLIES ON GREY VELVET), wracked by hallucinations of the living dead, and a priest (Barry Primus of NEW YORK, NEW YORK), running from his dark past, begin an investigation. Together they uncover a deadly secret... and a chilling slab of unspeakable horror. Directed by Armando Crispino (THE DEAD ARE ALIVE) and featuring a sinister score by Ennio Morricone (THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE), this Euro Horror classic was cut by over 15 minutes upon its 1975 American release. Now AUTOPSY has been restored from the original negative materials and presented uncut and uncensored.

The Bleeding House (2011)

The Bleeding House is a 2011 horror film directed by Philip Gelatt starring Alexandra Chando, Patrick Breen and Charlie Hewson.

Desire (2011)

A screenwriter's main character threatens to take over his life and sanity.

The Kite (2003)

The Kite is a 2003 Lebanese film by the director Randa Chahal Sabag. It tells the story of a fifteen-year-old Lebanese girl, from a Druze community, who is forced to marry her cousin across the Israeli border, but finds herself in love with an Israeli soldier. Le Cerf-volant was Sabag's most commercially and critically successful movie, and her last; she died in 2008. The film was Lebanon's official submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 76th Academy Awards. Although it never received a theatrical release in the United States, the film was released to DVD in 2009 by First Run Features.

13th Sign (2011)

Waylan and Jeff lure 12 people to an underground chamber, where they torture and dismember them one by one and use the bodies to build an altar for the devil.

Cyberstalker (1996)

In n ge hen veryone as ccess o computer the omputers ave ccess o veryone.

Orphans of Apollo (2008)

Orphans of Apollo is a documentary film directed and produced by Michael Potter, co-directed by Becky Neiman and edited by Todd Jones, which describes how a band of entrepreneurs tried to privatize the space station Mir and tells the story that led to the development of MirCorp. It features prominent NewSpace entrepreneurs and space advocates (Rick Tumlinson, Jeffrey Manber), backed financially by Walter Anderson.

Cyber Bandits (1995)

A navigator aboard a millionaire's yacht, Jack Morris discovers that the millionaire's mistress has stolen the data for his secret Virtual Reality. To escape, they encrypt, miniaturize, and tattoo the data onto Jack's PL:back. The pair share a VR adventure on the run from the Millionaire's thugs, meeting up with a wild series of characters.

Straight Forward (2005)

In 1940s Hollywood, a writer and his starlet wife involve a dangerous loner in their scheme to have a child.

Arizona Terror (1931)

Arizona Terror is a 1931 American Pre-Code western film directed by Phil Rosen and starring Ken Maynard, Lina Basquette and Hooper Atchley.

The Maneater (2014)

Jezabel, a rebellious young woman, lives for extreme life experiences until she almost hits rock bottom. She hides her fragility and fear of love until she crosses paths with a young priest.

Blackwood (1976)

Blackwood is a 1976 Canadian short documentary film about Newfoundland artist David Blackwood, directed by Tony Ianzelo and Andy Thomson. Narration is provided by Gordon Pinsent. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

Moebius (1996)

Moebius is a 1996 Argentine science fiction film directed by Gustavo Mosquera and starring Guillermo Angelelli, Roberto Carnaghi and Annabella Levy. It is based on the classic short story A Subway Named Mobius, by Armin Joseph Deutsch. The film is set in the Buenos Aires Underground, in a dark and dystopian Buenos Aires.

Accidental Meeting (1994)

Accidental Meeting is a 1994 made-for-TV thriller film directed by Michael Zinberg, and starring Linda Gray and Linda Purl. The film was promoted as 'the female version of Strangers on a Train (1951)'.

Se nos armó la gorda (2015)

A husband has to rescue his wife from a chubby girls trafficking ring.

Unacceptable Levels (2013)

Unacceptable Levels is a 2013 documentary film about the widespread use of artificial chemicals and their effects on the natural environment and human health.

Windcroft (2007)

A history of violence and deception surrounds a man's childhood home.

For 80 Days (2010)

As young people in a more-repressive era, Axun and Maite never allowed their relationship to develop, then they meet again 50 years later.

Pop-U-Larity! (2012)

Performers compete in an annual singing contest to be crowned champion.

Who Done It? (1942)

Who Done It? is a 1942 comedy-mystery film starring Bud Abbott and Lou Costello.

In the Beginning (2009)

In the Beginning (French: À l'origine) is a 2009 French drama film directed by Xavier Giannoli. The film competed in the main competition at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival.

Dialogue with a Woman Departed (1982)

A film concerns the director's deceased wife.

The San Antonio Kid (1944)

The San Antonio Kid is a 1944 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton starring Wild Bill Elliott in the role of Red Ryder. It was the fourth of twenty-three Red Ryder feature films that would be produced by Republic Pictures and the first shot without George "Gabby" Hayes who had starred with Elliott since he relocated to Republic Pictures. The picture was shot on the studio’s back lot along with outdoor locations at Iverson Ranch, 1 Iverson Lane, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA, USA.

Jack The Ripper (1976)

Jack the Ripper (German: Der Dirnenmörder von London) is a 1976 German thriller film directed by Jesús Franco and starring Klaus Kinski. In this Swiss-German film Klaus Kinski portrays Jack the Ripper.

A Safe Investment (1915)

A wife unknowingly uses her husband's fake stock money to invest in his scam.

Carmen, Jr. (1923)

Carmen Jr. is a 1923 silent film short from 1923 starring Baby Peggy and directed by Alfred Goulding. The film is about 11 minutes in length. A foreign copy of the film exists with English subtitles.

In the Shadow of Bigfoot (1977)

Tom Biscardi, Ivan Marx and Dr. Warren Cook present evidence of Bigfoot's existence.

The Ape Woman (1964)

The Ape Woman (Italian: La donna scimmia, French: Le Mari de la femme à barbe) is a 1964 Italian-French drama film directed by Marco Ferreri. It was entered into the 1964 Cannes Film Festival. The film was inspired by the real-life story of Julia Pastrana a 19th-century woman exploited as a freak show attraction by her manager Theodore Lent. In 2008 the film was selected to enter the list of the 100 Italian films to be saved.

Awaking from a Dream (2010)

Awaking from a Dream (Spanish: Amanecer de un sueño) is a 2008 Spanish drama film written and directed by Freddy Mas Franqueza. It was entered into the 30th Moscow International Film Festival.

Perfect Exchange (1993)

Perfect Exchange, also known as The Sting II, is a 1993 Hong Kong action comedy film written and directed by Wong Jing and starring Andy Lau and Tony Leung. The film was rated Category III by the Hong Kong motion picture rating system.

Are You There? (1930)

Are You There? is a 1931 American comedy film directed by Hamilton MacFadden and written by Harlan Thompson. The film stars Beatrice Lillie, John Garrick, Olga Baclanova, George Grossmith Jr., Roger Davis and Jillian Sand. The film was released on May 3, 1931, by Fox Film Corporation.

Stories We Tell (2012)

For her third feature and first documentary, the gifted actor-turned-filmmaker Sarah Polley (Away from Her, Take This Waltz) has chosen to focus on her parents: Canadian actor and casting director Diane and British-born actor Michael. Like any married couple, they experienced their fair share of happiness and disappointment. Diane in particular, is seen to have been a very private figure behind her outgoing veneer. Through interviews with family members and friends, as well as employing archive footage and brilliantly staged Super-8 reconstructions, Polley’s riveting investigation into Michael and Diane’s life, as individuals and a couple, becomes an exploration of the role of memory, questioning its ownership and also the veracity of recollection. Can we ever uncover every facet of those closest to us and, ultimately, do we want to? Stories We Tell is an intelligent, generous and deeply satisfying experience.

Dawn Of The Dragonslayer (2011)

After a dragon kills his father, a young man (Richard McWilliams) uses a mysterious family connection to become a former knight's squire so that he can learn how to slay the creature and avenge his father's death.

Back to Back (1989)

Bill Paxton stars in this slam-bang action thriller about two sons who face opposition in a small town after they return to prove their father's innocence of a crime that took place 25 years ago.

Highway West (1941)

A killer bank robber (Arthur Kennedy) flees with his wife (Brenda Marshall), who thought he was a businessman.

Till Death (1978)

A man (Keith Atkinson) loses his bride (Belinda Balaski) in a car crash, then becomes her prisoner in her tomb.

Curse of the Blue Lights (1988)

Small-town teens ask a witch (Bettina Julius) for help against a primitive kind of ghoul, Muldoon man.

25 Carat (2009)

A debt collector meets a woman living on the edge of the law, and they become involved with her father in a scheme to make money.

Rufus Jones for President (1933)

Rufus Jones for President is a 1933 American Pre-Code satirical musical-comedy, clocking in at 21 minutes. The film was directed by Roy Mack, and starred Ethel Waters and Sammy Davis, Jr., in his first onscreen appearance, as the title character. Despite its tone that appears to today's audience as racist, it is still considered an important musical short.

Lillian Russell (1940)

Lillian Russell is a 1940 biographical film of the life of the singer and actress. The screenplay was by William Anthony McGuire. The film was directed by Irving Cummings and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck. It stars Alice Faye in the title role, Don Ameche, Henry Fonda and Edward Arnold as Diamond Jim Brady. Richard Day and Joseph C. Wright were nominated for an Academy Award for Best Art Direction, Black-and-White.

Normal Love (1963)

Normal Love is an experimental film project by American director Jack Smith. It shows the adventures of an ensemble of glamorously dressed monsters. Smith filmed the project in 1963 and began screening the work in pieces in 1964.

Adventure's End (1937)

Adventure's End is a 1937 American adventure film directed by Arthur Lubin and starring John Wayne.

Hana, dul, sed ... (2009)

A glimpse into the workings of society in Pyongyang shows the way ideology affects citizen's lives.

The Affairs of Julie (1957)

The Zurich Engagement (German:Die Zürcher Verlobung) is a 1957 West German comedy film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Liselotte Pulver, Paul Hubschmid and Bernhard Wicki. A young woman working at a dentist's office falls in love with one of the patients. She writes down her fantasies about him, but problems arise when her words are discovered and are turned into a screenplay for a new film. It is also known by the alternative title The Affairs of Julie.

Prisoners of the Dead (2011)

Convicts band together to fight a group of flesh-eating zombies.

The Music Master (1908)

Two estranged brothers walk different paths in life; one becomes a poor but beloved musician, the other a wealthy but lonely industrialist.

Ninah's Dowry (2012)

Ninah runs away from her husband, and he goes to find her when he learns she is pregnant.

Eating Alabama (2012)

Filmmaker Andrew Beck Grace and his wife move back to Alabama and decide to eat a diet composed of local seasonal food, but they soon find that accomplishing that goal is not as easy as they first thought.

O Amor Natural (1996)

O Amor Natural is a 1996 Dutch documentary film directed by Heddy Honigmann. The film was shot in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in Portuguese and examines Brazil's relationship with the poetry of Carlos Drummond de Andrade, and their own sexuality.

Catnapped! The Movie (1995)

Totsuzen! Neko no Kuni Banipal Witt , known outside Japan as Catnapped!, is a 1995 Japanese anime feature film, directed, created and written by Takashi Nakamura, who was also its character designer. The animation was produced by Triangle Staff. The theme song of the film was performed by Mayumi Iizuka.

Maxwell's Demon (1968)

A man in a room, waves of colors and avant-garde music.

Airborne (1962)

Airborne is a 1962 American film written and directed by James Landis and starring Bobby Diamond. As of 2009 it is in the Public Domain and can be streamed on YouTube or downloaded via the Internet Archive. The film tells the story of a young man (Diamond) and his journey to become a US paratrooper. It was made with the co-operation of the US Army and was filmed entirely on location in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, the training ground of the US 82nd Airborne Division.

Rapture (1979)

Arrebato is a 1980 Spanish art house film written and directed by Iván Zulueta.

East Side, West Side (1927)

East Side, West Side is a 1927 American drama film directed by Allan Dwan and starring George O'Brien (in the same year that he played the lead in Murnau's Sunrise), Virginia Valli, and June Collyer. The supporting cast includes J. Farrell MacDonald and Holmes Herbert. The epic film was shot extensively on various locations in New York City and includes a sinking ship loosely based upon the RMS Titanic. The film is preserved at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The film was remade in 1931 as Skyline with Thomas Meighan and Hardie Albright.

Invisible (2006)

A couple take a vacation to stave off divorce and become the target of two backwoods killers.

Kings Of Pastry (2009)

Kings of Pastry is a film by D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus that follows a group of world-class French pastry chefs as they compete for France's most prestigious craftsmen award: Meilleur Ouvrier de France, awarded by French President Nicolas Sarkozy. The competition, which takes place in Lyon, France, features a diverse range of creative trade professions, from carpentry to jewelry design to pastry making. The honor of wearing the blue, white and red striped collar given to the winners is considered to be the ultimate recognition of excellence in the pastry field. The film focuses primarily on Chef Jacquy Pfeiffer, co-founder of Chicago’s French Pastry School, and one of the sixteen finalist chefs competing — the sixteen finalists were selected from eighty semi-finalists during the semi-final rounds that took place in the months prior to the final competition.

Total Badass (2010)

Total Badass is a 2010 documentary by American director / producer Bob Ray that first premiered on May 19, 2010. Forgoing the usual route of signing a deal with a film distributor, the film will instead be showcased at different venues around the United States, along with some of the filmmaker's other independent films; such as the 2007's documentary Hell on Wheels.

The Tenant (2011)

A diabolical nurse carries on her employer's work in secret and creates a hideously deformed creature.

Zion Canyon: Treasure of the Gods (1996)

Filmmaker Douglas Memmott explores the history and beauty of the Zion Canyon area.

Notorious Gentleman (1945)

The Rake's Progress is a 1945 British comedy-drama film. In the United States, the title was changed to Notorious Gentleman. The film caused controversy with U.S. censors of the time, who trimmed scenes for what was considered graphic amoral and sexual content.

Bubblegum & Broken Fingers (2011)

A mysterious silver suitcase witnesses each of its owner's personal disasters.

Slasher (2004)

Slasher: an IFC Original is a 2004 documentary directed by John Landis, produced by Chris Kobin, Stephen Cantor, and Daniel Laikind. The film chronicles the exploits of Michael Bennet, one of America's top used car salesmen, as he travels to Memphis, Tennessee to stage a slasher sale. The film is a compelling look at a conflicted man and a shady business. It premiered at the 2004 South by Southwest Film Festival before playing on the Independent Film Channel.

Perfect Number (2012)

Perfect Number is a 2012 South Korean mystery-drama film directed by Bang Eun-jin. Adapted from Keigo Higashino's novel The Devotion of Suspect X, it centers around a mild-mannered mathematics teacher who plans the perfect alibi for the woman he secretly loves when she unexpectedly murders her abusive ex-husband. Cho Jin-woong received a Best Supporting Actor nomination at the 49th Baeksang Arts Awards in 2013.

Heart of Light (1998)

Qaamarngup uummataa (Danish: Lysets hjerte) (English title: Heart of light) is a 1998 Greenlandic and Danish produced drama film directed and written by Jacob Grønlykke. It is the first major production for a film to be completely shot in Greenland. The film is about an Innu alcoholic, who has to come to terms with his criminal son. He leaves his village and seeks recovery, and returns a new man, refreshed. One of the central themes of the film is the conflict between modernity and tradition.

Icharus Broken (2007)

An ex-convict tries to help troubled loves ones.

Fear of Falling (2012)

Marcin, who is an expectant father, reaches out to his estranged and schizophrenic dad.

Stand Up and Fight (1939)

Stand Up and Fight is a 1939 film starring Wallace Beery and Robert Taylor. The supporting cast includes Florence Rice, Helen Broderick, Charles Bickford, Barton MacLane, Charley Grapewin, and John Qualen, and the movie was directed by W.S. Van Dyke. Playwright Jane Murfin and novelists Harvey Fergusson and James M. Cain shared screenwriting credit.

Hand Held (2010)

Hand Held is a 2010 documentary feature film about photojournalist Mike Carroll, one of the first photographers to travel to Romania after the fall of the communist regime of Nicolae Ceaușescu in 1989. When he arrived, he walked into one of the most horrific scenes of the 20th century. His photographs and heart wrenching stories of the pediatric AIDS epidemic in Romania ran in the Boston Globe and New York Times and opened the eyes of the western world to the plight of Romanian children. The film chronicles Carroll's twenty-year journey to bring aid to children in a country he hardly knew, through the organization he founded, Romanian Children's Relief (RCR).

Modisto de señoras (1969)

A designer makes women feel beautiful, always putting where needed and removing where there is in abundance.

Fighting With Kit Carson (1933)

Fighting with Kit Carson is a 1933 American Pre-CodeMascot Pictures movie serial.

The Forest (2011)

Forest of the Living Dead, also known outside of the United States as The Forest, is a 2010 American psychological horror film directed by American writer and director Shan Serafin and produced by 611 Films. It depicts the enacted vengeance of a jilted covergirl who supernaturally transforms into a demonic spirit when she kills herself in the famed suicide forest of Aokigahara, in Japan's Mount Fuji, enabling herself to wreak a violent revenge, one by one, upon those who helped her ex-boyfriend leave her.

Mystery on Monster Island (1981)

Loosely based on a Jules Verne tale, this creature feature follows a group of international explorers who become stranded on a remote island while sailing around the world. The shipwrecked crew must not only find a way off the unaccommodating isle, they also have to deal with its ferocious inhabitants, which include dinosaurs and other aggressive animals. Also appearing is the enigmatic and villainous Skinner (Terence Stamp), who has his own devious agenda.

Crackpot (2006)

An eccentric homeless man inspires others.

Irish Eyes Are Smiling (1944)

Irish Eyes Are Smiling is a 1944 musical film which chronicles the life of popular Irish song composer Ernest R. Ball. The screenplay by Earl Baldwin and John Tucker Battle is based on a story by E. A. Ellington. The film was directed by Gregory Ratoff and produced by Damon Runyon for 20th Century Fox. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Score in 1944.

The Journey (2007)

A couch potato (Andres Londono) follows his ex-girlfriend to Mexico.

Just for the Hell of It (1968)

Just for the Hell of It is a 1968 exploitation film directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis.

Spin a Dark Web (1956)

Soho Incident, released in the United States as Spin a Dark Web, is a 1956 British film noir directed by Vernon Sewell starring Faith Domergue and Lee Patterson. The screenplay is based on Wide Boys Never Work, a novel by Robert Westerby.

The Centrifuge Brain Project (2012)

The Centrifuge Brain Project is a 2011 German short mockumentary fantasy film written and directed by Till Nowak. The film incorporates computer-generated imagery to create seven real-seeming fictional amusement park rides used in a faux documentary film about the construction of physics-defying rides intended for use in research efforts to improve human cognitive function. Nowak was inspired to create the project when visiting an amusement park in 2008.

Car Bomb (2008)

Ex-CIA agent Robert Baer researches the bombing method that terrorists use most often.

Island Etude (2007)

Island Etude is a 2007 Taiwanese film directed by Chen Hwai-en. It was Taiwan's submission to the 80th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Blood Runs Cold (2011)

An ax-wielding maniac turns a quiet retreat into a grisly nightmare for a woman (Hanna Oldenburg) and her friends.

Imagine This (2009)

Actors in the Warsaw Ghetto stage a play to inspire their community.

Blondie's Lucky Day (1946)

Blondie's Lucky Day is a 1946 black and white comedy film and is the seventeenth of the 28 Blondie films.

Storm (2013)

Freddie (Marcus Rnnov) rescues a dog from its volatile owner, but when his dad finds out, he has to return it.

The Creator (1999)

The Creator (Le créateur) is a 1999 French film written and directed by and starring Albert Dupontel.

Bunny (2000)

Eastern European refugees try to adapt to new lives in Los Angeles.

Planeat (2010)

'PLANEAT' tells the story of the scientists, farmers and chefs tackling one of the greatest problems of our age, the West's love affair with meat and dairy. Through an extraordinary personal and mouthwatering culinary journey we discover why it's bad for our health, the environment, and our planet's future. The film features the ground-breaking work of Dr. T Colin Campbell in China exploring the link between diet and disease, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr's use of diet to treat heart disease patients, and Professor Gidon Eshel's investigations into how to feed an ever-burgeoning population in the midst of global warming. With the help of some innovative chefs and farmers, we are shown how the problems we face today can be solved, without simply resorting to a diet of lentils and lettuce leaves.

Rosa: The Movie (2007)

A popular teenage singer (Anna Ryrberg) learns life lessons at summer camp.

In Search Of A Golden Sky (1984)

In Search of a Golden Sky is a 1984 family drama film released by Comworld Pictures. In the film, three orphan children find solace in their uncle's wilderness home after their mother has died. Shot on location in the state of Utah, Golden Sky was completed in 1982, but not released until two years later. It received a video release in early 1987 on CBS/Fox's Playhouse label. Utah's Deseret News gave the film one and a half stars out of four. The "dreadful family picture", it commented, "[has] one of the most ridiculously contrived, unintentionally humorous endings ever".

Oddballs (1984)

A group of youths band together to convince the owner not to sell their favorite summer camp to developers.

North Dixie Drive (2011)

A small community of businesses in a section of Dayton, Ohio, fights to keep the lives and careers of employees from tanking in the failing economy.

The Man from Clover Grove (1975)

A rival toy manufacturer sends a spy to steal the creations of a toymaker whose work brings joy to the town's orphans.

Between The Canals (2011)

Between the Canals is an Irish crime film written and directed by Mark O'Connor.

Wooden Crosses (1932)

Hailed by the New York Times on its Paris release as "one of the great films in motion picture history," Raymond Bernard's Wooden Crosses, France's answer to All Quiet on the Western Front, still stuns with its depiction of the travails of one French regiment during World War I. Using a masterful arsenal of film techniques, from haunting matte paintings to jarring documentary-like camerawork in the film's battle sequences, Bernard created a pacifist work of enormous empathy and chilling despair. No one who has ever seen this technical and emotional powerhouse has been able to forget it.

Splinters (2012)

Filmmaker Adam Pesce examines the evolution and impact of surfing in a village in Papua New Guinea as residents prepare for their first-ever national surfing championship.

The Case for Israel: Democracy's Outpost (2009)

Rising in vigorous defense of the nation-state of the Jewish people, distinguished Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz presents incisive evidence from leading experts across the political spectrum to assert Israel's basic right to exist.

Les dernières fiançailles (1973)

The wife (Marthe Nadeau) of a gravely ill man (J. Lo Gagnon) secretly decides to die alongside her husband in their home.

The Invisible Men (2012)

Gay Palestinian men live under the radar in Tel Aviv.