Bloodlines: The Art and Life of Vincent Castiglia (2018)
In the privacy of his studio, Vincent Castiglia practices a kind of modern-day phlebotomy, siphoning the life force which contains his own psychic energy, while giving it an outlet and form. Castiglia is the first American artist to receive a solo exhibition invitation from Oscar Award-winning artist H.R. Giger to exhibit in the H. R. Giger Museum Gallery. “Remedy for the Living”, the first solo exhibition of paintings by Castiglia opened on November 1, 2008 and ran for six months, closing in April of 2009. Vincent Castiglia’s impressive work has seen many sides of the entertainment world, as well. MTV New Media's Horror-Slasher Film, Savage County, featured his art as its official movie poster, depicting the three murderers in the film. Prior to the film, Vincent painted album art for heavy metal band Triptykon's 2010 debut release, Eparistera Daimones.Triptykon is founded by former Hellhammer / Celtic Frost singer and guitarist Tom Gabriel Fischer. Vincent also painted the DVD cover for Fangoria Presents film, Corpsing. His work has been featured on The National Geographic Channel (NatGeo), FOX News, CNBC, BBC, New York 1 News, Spike TV, The Discovery Channel, and The Science Channel. Castiglia was also recently a guest on the Jay Thomas Show on Sirius XM Radio. His work has been explored by countless art and culture publications, in the US and internationally, including the New York Post, New York Daily News, The Huffington Post, Art Business News, International Business Times, Bizarre Magazine, as well as Lexikon Der Phantastischen Künstler “The international encyclopedia of fantastic, surrealistic, symbolist, & visionary artists”. His work hangs in many distinguished collections internationally, among them, the collection of Rock legend Gregg Allman. Vincent’s paintings have been exhibited at museums and galleries in the US, and internationally.
Enjoy Your Trip to Hell (2017)
The Perished (2019)
Beneath the Blue Suburban Skies (2019)
The Coronation (2018)
Hentai Kamen: The Abnormal Crisis (2016)
Maria Mafiosi (2017)
GHB: To Be or Not to Be (2014)
Brittle Glory (1997)
Jacob on the Road (2013)
Abdul The Damned (1935)
Abdul the Damned is a 1935 British drama film directed by Karl Grune and starring Fritz Kortner, Nils Asther and John Stuart. It was made at the British International Pictures studios by Alliance-Capitol Productions. It is set in the Ottoman Empire in the years before the First World War, where the eponymous absolutist Sultan Abdul Hamid II and the republican Young Turks battle for power. It is also known as Abdul Hamid.
Hymn to Love (2009)
José Martí: el ojo del canario (2010)
Fist of Glory (1991)
Disparaissez les ouvriers! (2012)
Can't Say No (2009)
Horowitz In Moscow (1986)
The Party Crashers (1998)
Saturday Sunday Monday (1978)
Napoletans is a 2011 Italian film directed by Luigi Russo.
The Student (2011)
The Student (Spanish: El estudiante) is a 2011 Argentine drama film written and directed by Santiago Mitre.
Star Runner (2003)
Star Runner, , is a 2003 Hong Kong action/romance film co-written and directed by Daniel Lee. It is rated PG-13; "For intense sequences of martial arts action violence" by the MPAA.
Cin Kuyusu (2015)
Year of Grace (2011)
The New Monsters Today (2009)
Journey To The Center Of The Earth (1988)
Journey to the Center of the Earth is a 1989 science fiction film. It was a nominal sequel to the film Alien from L.A., both of which are (very) loosely based on the novel Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne.
The Children's Orchestra (2008)
The Almost Perfect Man (2013)
Down to Earth (1994)
Down to Earth (Portuguese: Casa de Lava) is a 1995 Portuguese drama film directed by Pedro Costa. The film is set in Cape Verde Islands, a former Portuguese colony. The drama is characterized by its reduced narrative, and photographies of the volcano in the Cape Verde islands. The title literally means "a house of lava". The film has been described[who?] as Costa's remake of Jacques Tourneur's 1943 film, I Walked with a Zombie. Costa's work has often been compared[who?] to modern updates to classical Hollywood auteurs, with Jonathan Rosenbaum pointing out that Colossal Youth may be viewed as Costa's remake of John Ford's 1960 film Sergeant Rutledge. Casa de Lava was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at 1994 Cannes Film Festival.
Living in Emergency (2008)
Living in Emergency: Stories of Doctors Without Borders is a 2008 American documentary film directed by Mark N. Hopkins. It was among the 15 documentaries shortlisted for the Best Documentary Oscar by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the 82nd Academy Awards.
It is the first uncensored film about Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF or Doctors Without Borders) and seeks to viscerally portray the real life of western doctors in the field as they confront the many difficulties and dilemmas of working in extreme conditions with limited resources. Although Living in Emergency is a cinema verité documentary film, it has been compared to fictional films like M*A*S*H and the TV series House.
Aussie Park Boyz: The Next Chapter (2011)
La misura del confine (2011)
KJB: The Book That Changed The World (2011)
Acclaimed actor John Rhys-Davies visits landmarks, explains relics and leads us back into a darker time to discover this fascinating tale of saints and sinners, power and passion, as the greatest translation of Holy Scripture emerges into a world and culture that would never be quite the same again.
Tiro En LA Cabeza (2008)
A Greek Type of Problem (2013)
American Tragedy (2000)
American Tragedy is a 2000 TV movie broadcast on CBS from November 12, 2000 to November 15, 2000, that is based on the O. J. Simpson murder case for the 1994 murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman. Ving Rhames starred as defense attorney Johnnie Cochran. It was directed by Lawrence Schiller, and the screenplay was adapted from Schiller's book, American Tragedy: The Uncensored Story of the Simpson Defense, by novelist Norman Mailer, who had previously collaborated with Schiller on The Executioner's Song. It was produced by Fox Television Studios. Mailer publicly criticized CBS for its promotion of the miniseries, which used ads that focused on the fact that Simpson tried unsuccessfully to have the courts block its broadcast. It won a Satellite Award and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award.
The White Seal (1975)
Between Night and Day (2013)
National Theatre Live: Obsession (2017)
Jude Law (The Young Pope, Closer, The Talented Mr Ripley) stars in the stage production of Obsession, broadcast live from the Barbican Theatre in London. Ivo van Hove (NT Live: A View from the Bridge, Hedda Gabler) directs this new stage adaptation of Luchino Visconti’s 1943 film.
Gino is a drifter, down-at-heel and magnetically handsome. At a road side restaurant he encounters husband and wife, Giuseppe and Giovanna. Irresistibly attracted to each other, Gino and Giovanna begin a fiery affair and plot to murder her husband. But, in this chilling tale of passion and destruction, the crime only serves to tear them apart.
Faust 2.0 (2014)
Faust 2.0 is a Swedish horror anthology film produced by NjutaFilms. It's a modern spin on the story of Faust, the premise being that people accept the End-user license agreement of iPhone application without reading it through, allowing the Devil to easier trick people into selling their souls for mundane needs.
The First Emperor Of China (1989)
Love of Man (1997)
Amor de Hombre (also known as Love of a Man in English-speaking markets) is a 1997 Spanish gay-themed drama film. An intimate, warm and tender Spanish film about the very close friendship between a gay man and a straight woman.
The writer/directors of Km. 0 collaborated on this comedy/drama. The film won both the Audience and Jury awards at the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and Narrative Feature at the Austin Gay & Lesbian Film Festival.
Da muss Mann durch (2015)
Flick is a 2000 Irish film. The plot is centres on a small-time drug dealer as he goes about his business in the bars and clubs of Dublin. The film is written and directed by Fintan Connolly and features David Murray, Isabelle Menke, David Wilmot and Gerard Mannix Flynn.
The Last Reef 3D (2012)
Tormenti - Film disegnato (2011)
She's Got It (2007)
Je Te Survivrai (2014)
One Nation Under Stress (2019)
Dr. Sanjay Gupta explores how advances in neuroscience are shedding light on the origins and impact of stress.
The Vicious Sweet (1997)
Barbie Diaries (2006)
The Barbie Diaries is a 2006 motion capture film featuring popular Mattel character Barbie, and directed by Eric Fogel (the director of My Scene films). It is part of the Barbie film series featuring the voice of Kelly Sheridan as Barbie, and Skye Sweetnam as the singing Barbie.By the Curious Pictures's Movie. This is the last Barbie film made by Lionsgate before Barbie film series was sold to Universal.
Teatro Alla Scala: The Temple of Wonders (2015)
Terror Stalks The Class Reunion (1992)
Die Wirklichkeit Kommt (2014)
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom (1999)
In this lively alphabet rhyme, all the letters race each other up the coconut tree. The bold illustrations and lively music make this merry alphabet parade fun and educational.
Circle Unbroken: A Gullah Journey from Africa to America (2014)
Unter Dir Die Stadt (2010)
The City Below (German: Unter dir die Stadt) is a 2010 German film directed by Christoph Hochhäusler. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.
For This Is My Body (2016)
Bloodmoon is a 1990 Australian slasher film directed by Alec Mills. It was featured in the famous documentary Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation!.
Breathless (Hangul: 똥파리; RR: Ddongpari; literally "shitfly") is a 2008 South Korean film by Yang Ik-june and the story revolves around child abuse and loan sharking. A loan shark named Sang-Hoon finds himself striking a friendship with a troubled schoolgirl, Yeon-Hee, as he faces his own troubled past with his abusive father.
Breathless has won the Grand Prize at the 2009 Tokyo Filmex, the Silver Screen Award at the 2009 Singapore International Film Festival the Tiger Prize at the 2009 Rotterdam International Film Festival and the 30th Blue Dragon Awards for Best New Actor (Yang Ik-june) and Best New Actress (Kim Kkot-bi tied with Park Bo-young From Scandal Makers). It saw over 100,000 admissions in South Korea.
For Better or For Worse: The Bestest Present (1985)
Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles (2012)
Makoy, a soon-to-be-father, is suddenly forced to protect his pregnant wife from an onslaught of hungry monsters. He must not just fight for his love, but fight for their very survival when running into trouble with a group of gypsies who transform into TikTik – horrific, man-eating creatures with a taste for newborn children and a hunger for revenge! - - The first full-length Filipino film to be shot using green screen, with stylised sets and a comic book look.
Live Life Dearest (2014)
Fifteen years ago, Talia Medici was infamous for her beauty and picture perfect life. Every girl wanted to be Talia and every guy wanted to be with Talia. Respect, popularity, admiration, and powerful positions such as Cheerleading Squad Captain came with the territory. When Talia speaks, everyone listens. Everything she says will cause great impact within and outside of her inner circle of friends. She is loved by many, envied, admired and idolized by all, except one- Elle Wurthmore. All that Elle ever wanted was to be in the cheerleading squad and a part of Talia's entourage. A scar across Elle’s face would deny her that chance. She became, instead, the laughing stock of the group- the very subject for all ridicule. She would no longer be known as Elle Wurthmore. They gave her a new name. “Worthless”. The very next day, Elle was never to be heard from again. Fifteen years later, karma would finally track down Talia and redeem the meaning of “Worthless”. With no way to escape, Talia must experience the unthinkable- a terrifying nightmare she could have never imagined, in memory of Elle Wurthmore.
Lego Star Wars: The Padawan Menace (2011)
Northville Cemetery Massacre (1976)
Northville Cemetery Massacre is a 1976 outlaw biker film written and directed by William Dear and Thomas L. Dyke. Nick Nolte did an uncredited voice over for the film's lead actor, David Hyry.
Slayers Gorgeous (1998)
Slayers Gorgeous is a 1998 comic fantasy anime film written by Hajime Kanzaka and directed by Hiroshi Watanabe. Gorgeous is the fourth film in the Slayers saga and the final anime entry in the prequels to the main series. It received mostly favorable reviews, and was followed by the short Slayers Premium in 2001.
Hardcover is a 2008 German comedy film directed by Christian Zübert.
Becks letzter Sommer (2015)
The Other One (1946)
La Otra ("The Other" (feminine)) is a 1946 Mexican drama film directed by Roberto Gavaldón and starring Dolores del Río. The film inspired the movie Dead Ringer, starred by Bette Davis.
The Narnia Code (2009)
Rockabilly Requiem (2016)
Las Dos Michoacanas (2011)
Scrapbooks from Africa and Beyond (1998)
Piccolo, Saxo et compagnie (2006)
The Alphabet Conspiracy (1959)
Violent City (1970)
Violent City (Italian: Città violenta), also known as The Family, is a 1970 Italian-French film directed by Sergio Sollima and starring Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland and Telly Savalas. Set and shot in the city of New Orleans, the film is an urban crime thriller with a plot of hitman revenge.
Tales of Washington Irving (1970)
The Midas Touch (2013)
The Midas Touch is a 2013 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Andrew Fung and starring Chapman To and Charlene Choi as talent managers.
Le Chemin Noir (2012)
T.J. Miller: Meticulously Ridiculous (2017)
T.J. Miller stars in his first HBO comedy special. T.J. Miller: Meticulously Ridiculous
A Ripper in Canada: Paranormal Encounters from the Great White North (2014)
My Stupid Boss (2016)
My Stupid Boss is a 2016 Indonesian-Malaysian comedy film directed and written by Upi Avianto, and Farid Kamil based on a four-part novel series of the same name by Chaos@Work.The film stars Reza Rahadian, Bunga Citra Lestari, Alex Abbad, Anuar Chew, Atikah Suhaime and Bront Palarae. The film was released simultaneously in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei on 19 May 2016 by Falcon Pictures and Metrowealth Movies Production.
Beatles Diary (1996)
Cherry on the Cake (2012)
Cherry on the Cake (French: La cerise sur le gâteau, Italian: Ciliegine) is a 2012 French-Italian romantic comedy film. It marked the directorial debut of actress Laura Morante, who also co-wrote the screenplay and starred in the film. It was nominated for Nastro d'Argento for best comedy film, while Morante was nominated for David di Donatello for best new director.
¿Para qué sirve un oso? (2011)
¿Para qué sirve un oso? (English: What's a Bear For?) is a 2011 Spanish eco-comedy film written and directed by Tom Fernández. The film stars Javier Cámara, Gonzalo de Castro and Emma Suárez. It also stars Geraldine Chaplin and her real-life daughter, Oona. The film premiered on 26 March 2011 at the Málaga Film Festival, this was soon followed by a theatrical release in Spain on 1 April.
Einstein is a 2008 Italian television movie written and directed by Liliana Cavani. The film is based on real life events of scientist Albert Einstein and it stars Vincenzo Amato in the title role.
Hans Christian Andersen: My Life As A Fairy Tale (2003)
Art of Fighting (1993)
Cellmates is a 2011 American comedy film starring Tom Sizemore, and Olga Segura and was directed and written by producer, director, and writer Jesse Baget.
I Love Miami (2006)
The Sound of Belgium (2012)
The Sound of Belgium is a 2012 documentary film produced and directed by independent Belgian film crew Visualantics.
This film premiered 19 October 2012 at Club Decadance in Ghent. The film is entirely spoken in Flemish and French, but English subtitles are shown. The film was featured at the Cork International Film Festival on 8 November 2014 in Cork, Ireland and the IN-EDIT film festival in Greece on 22 February 2015. It was nominated for Best Documentary Film at the 2013 Magritte Awards.
Gumball 3000: Coast to Coast (2009)
Yôkai hyaku monogatari (1968)
Yokai Monsters: One Hundred Monsters is a Japanese horror/fantasy film directed by Kimiyoshi Yasuda. It is the first in a trilogy of films produced in the late 1960s, which focus around Japanese monsters known collectively as yōkai.
White Nights on the Pier (2014)
Eternal Blood (2002)
Eternal Blood is a 2002 Chilean vampire-horror film directed by Jorge Olguín, written by Carolina García and Olguín, and starring Blanca Lewin, Juan Pablo Ogalde, Patricia López, and Claudio Espinoza. A group of vampire enthusiasts become convinced that their subculture has been infiltrated by real vampires.