Beyond the Trek (2017)

A deep space mining vessel has been adrift for two years. It is suspected the crew brutally killed each other, but the reason for the bloodbath is unknown. A rescue crew is sent to find if there are any survivors, what happened and why, but what they discover might make them destroy themselves and the world.

Eng nei Zäit (2015)

In February 1945, Jules Ternes returns to Luxembourg. To escape conscription, he had fled the country and joined the resistance movement in France. Back in his hometown, Jules hopes to find peace of mind and put the war behind him. But he returns to a country devastated by the Battle of the Bulge and deeply divided from four years of occupation. His sister Mathilde is now engaged to Armand, the leader of the local resistance and his girlfriend Leonie has another man in her life. Jules nevertheless resumes a relationship with her and accepts a post as an auxiliary policeman. When Leonie is assassinated along with the German farmers she works for, the life Jules was struggling to rebuild collapses. The ensuing investigation will reveal grey areas of the Occupation along with the efforts made in high places to cover them up.

Fist to Fist (1973)

Fist to Fist is a 1973 martial arts film directed by Jimmy L. Pascual, with John Woo as an assistant director. It was released in the United States by The Cannon Group in September 1973, who re-edited it to a 70 minute runtime and released it under the title "Fist of the Double K", providing the film with a new English dubbed soundtrack.

Child Eater (2016)

A boy and his sitter come to the horrifying realization that the boogeyman really is in his closet.

Malatesta's Carnival of Blood (1973)

Malatesta's Carnival of Blood is a 1973 American comedy horror film, directed by Christopher Speeth and written by Werner Liepolt. It is the only film that Speeth and Liepolt made.

Hostage (1986)

When blackmailers can't get a young businessman's cooperation, they kidnap his wife.

Fishy Stones (1990)

A poorly-executed jewelry store heist finds two amateur thugs on the run from the cops. After a chase through the countryside, they desperately stash their loot in a clump of bushes, before they're apprehended and thrown in jail. Fast forward to two teenage boys, the best of friends, heading off into the wilderness and finding a bounty of hidden diamonds on their camping expedition! Meanwhile, the two thugs make a daring escape from prison and, in a desperate search for their loot, pick up the trail of the two boys... who might need some saving.

Evil Nanny (2016)

Fay Tripp needs to go back to work, so she and her husband Tim hire a live-in nanny, Jen. Soon, Jen starts neglecting her duties. The Tripps have no choice but to fire her, but Jen refuses to leave. They learn that Jen has established residency in their home and the only way to get rid of her is through a legal eviction-- which could take months. In the meantime, Jen takes over the household, taunting the Tripps every chance she gets. On the verge of losing everything, Fay is forced to take action to save her family before Jen ruins them for good.

12 Chairs (2016)

A disparate group of characters hunts down 12 chairs that could possibly hold great treasure.

Rapid Reaction Corps (2012)

Three broke entrepreneurs stumble upon an underground organization's plan to flood the European market with counterfeit bills.

Wang Fam (2015)

A family of shape-shifting monsters transitions to a more normal way of life.

Entangled (2014)

A happy family is torn apart when an unfortunate accident leads to death of a newborn.

The Edge (2010)

The Edge (Russian: Край, translit. Kray) is a 2010 Russian drama film directed by Alexei Uchitel. The film was nominated for the 2010 Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film and was also selected as the Russian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards but it didn't make the final shortlist. Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired all U.S. rights to The Edge which was negotiated with Sergei Bespalov, president of Sunrise Films.

The Last Post (2001)

A halfwit delivers a terrible eulogy for a girl he only knew through social media.

LowerTown Paducah (2013)

Artists move to a town in the middle of America and help revitalize a troubled neighborhood.

Moonlight Boy (1993)

The spirit of a 13-year-old wanders for 30 years.

The Interrogation (2016)

In 1946, Albert, a young and successful Polish judge, is appointed to interrogate Rudolf Franz Ferdinand Höss, the longest serving commander of the Auschwitz concentration camp.

Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies (2016)

Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies is a 2016 Austrian comedy horror film directed by Dominik Hartl and based on a screenplay written by Hartl and Armin Prediger. The film had its world premiere on 4 April 2016 at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival and stars Laurie Calvert, Gabriela Marcinková, and Oscar Dyekjær Giese as three young people who must defend themselves against the undead on a snowy mountaintop.

Egomaniac (2016)

A woman is determined to make a comedy horror film.

The Long Night of Francisco Sanctis (2016)

Buenos Aires, 1977. Francisco Sanctis, a family man living an eventless life, receives information about an upcoming kidnapping and “disappearing” operation by soldiers of the ruling dictatorship. In a race against the night, he will need to make the most important decision of his life: will he try to save innocent lives by risking his own?

Karaoglan: Camoka's Revenge (1966)

The villainous Camoka returns to take revenge.

Bomber (1982)

Bomber is a 1982 comedy film directed by Michele Lupo, featuring Bud Spencer and Kallie Knoetze.

Yukinojô henge: Daiippen dainihen (1935)

A young couple's quiet life is changed when the husband starts howling uncontrollably.

18 Golden Destroyers (1985)

The legendary 18 Bronzeman of Shaolin are unearthed after a long slumber by an evil monk. They are ready to take on the modern world, but is the world ready for them? Some things don’t die quietly.

A Miracle on Christmas Lake (2016)

Sixteen-year-old Bobby Whiteside (Kristian Jackson, “Heartland”) hates the holidays. As a young boy, he was abandoned by his father (Ryan Northcott, Mystery, Alaska) two weeks before Christmas, and just recently he lost his best friend (Joe Perry, American Virgins). All he can think about is escaping his hometown. He quits his favorite game of hockey, turns his back on his high school teammates and isolates himself from his mother (Anne Hawthorne, The Other Woman).One night he makes an amazing discovery on the lake by his home—a magic, perfectly-groomed hockey rink that only he can see. But just as his nighttime hockey excursions begin to resurrect his Christmas spirit, he learns a local construction company helmed by his brother (Jayson Therrien, “Fargo”) plans to develop the land around the lake. With the help of his high school crush (Siobhan Williams, “unREAL”) and a little magic from Saint Nick, Bobby rallies the townspeople, reunites his family, and plays one last important hockey game with an unexpected friend for a true Christmas miracle!

The Royal Rodeo (1939)

The Royal Rodeo is a 1939 short American musical film starring John Payne. It was made by Warner Bros.

Durbin (2014)

A crime-obsessed youth (Rangeet) witnesses a murder through a pair of binoculars and becomes determined to catch the culprit.

Banglatown Banquet (2006)

Banglatown Banquet is a 2006 British television drama film directed by Hettie MacDonald, written by Tanika Gupta, and stars Shabana Azmi, Shobu Kapoor and Shelly King. The film is about a middle-aged Bangladeshi woman whose life is turned upside down when her husband returns from Bangladesh with a pregnant teenage bride. It was broadcast by BBC Two on 25 March 2006.

Oh My Ghost 2 (2011)

In this hilarious, campy horror-comedy, a gang of friends heads back to their old school, this time as teachers! But trouble-making ghosts are among their students, and they look hauntingly familiar…

Black Sun (2007)

Black Sun is a 2007 Italian-French revenge drama film written and directed by Krzysztof Zanussi and starring Valeria Golino. It is based on the stage drama Agata by Rocco Familiari.

Happy Birthday to John (1997)

Friends of John Lennon gather to celebrate his birthday.

No Beast So Fierce (2016)

Released after 20 years in prison, ex-con Charlie Sundstrom (Bailey Chase) returns to his hometown to find that his estranged son, who has disappeared into the criminal underworld, is being hunted by a ruthless gang leader. Charlie enlists the help of a rogue Corrections Officer (Dylan Baker), to help in the search. But the CO has a tragic past of his own. Soon their desperate lives will clash in a game-changing climax. In the tradition of films like 'Se7en', 'The Usual Suspects' and 'Angel Heart', 'No Beast So Fierce' draws much of its meaning and power from its shocking ending.

Further Ed (2017)

When Cameron's father suddenly dies, he realizes he may have to drop out of college and leave the girl of his dreams behind. Cameron and his roommate decide to manufacture their own designer drug so Cameron can stay in school, but as it gains in popularity, they attract unwanted attention from other local dealers.

Du bi quan wang yong zhan chu men jiu zi (1976)

A martial arts expert seeks revenge on the nine enemies who killed his family.

Every 40 Years (2017)

The band members of Gunhill Road chase their dreams one last time, returning to the music scene 40 years after their only Top 40 hit.

The Marilyn Diaries (1990)

Ex-lovers (Tara Buckman, Michael Rose) reunite during search for erotic diary's author (Marilyn Chambers).

Mediation (2014)

A divorce mediation spins violently out of control.

Citizen Clark... A Life of Principle (2018)

Narrated by Martin Sheen. A film on former U.S. Attorney General and human rights activist Ramsey Clark.

Bloodbath (1979)

The Sky Is Falling, also known as Las Flores Del Vicio (English: The Flowers of Vice), released in the United States as Bloodbath, is a 1979 Spanish surrealist thriller film directed by Silvio Narizzano and written by Gonzalo Suarez. It stars Dennis Hopper, Carroll Baker, and Win Wells as hopeless American expatriates living in a Spanish village where citizens are dying mysterious deaths after the arrival of a religious cult. The film has been characterized as an example of the frenetic roles played by Hopper in the 1970s.

Hole in the Forehead (1968)

A Hole in the Forehead (Italian: Un buco in fronte, also known as A Hole Between the Eyes) is a 1968 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Giuseppe Vari.

The Hunt (2012)

Alex, a journalist, is ordered to investigate a sensational story to boost his magazine's sales. He quickly becomes caught up in a gruesome game of death as he is forced to hunt down innocent people.

Letters from War (2016)

Letters from War (Portuguese: Cartas da Guerra) is a 2016 Portuguese drama film directed by Ivo M. Ferreira and based on the epistolary novel D'este viver aqui neste papel descripto by António Lobo Antunes. It was selected to compete for the Golden Bear at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival, where it had its world premiere. It was selected as the Portuguese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards but it was not nominated.

Smoke & Mirrors (2006)

Former secret agent for the Spanish government Francisco Paesa gets involved in an extortion case and is forced to leave the country. When he returns, his life is ruined. Then, the former director general of the Civil Guard and his wife offer Paesa a huge reward if he will save 1,500 million pesetas of stolen public money. Paesa seizes the chance to repair his life and get some revenge against the government and enlists his friend Jesus Camoes to help him.

Guest Room (2015)

A young couple with Down Syndrome face adulthood and complications after their relationship takes a surprise turn.

The Ghosts of Johnson Woods (2015)

A woman and an awkward man begin a relationship, only to discover neither is who they say they are.

The Incident (2015)

A young couple's sheltered and affluent world is shattered when they decide to neglect the needs of a troubled teenage girl.

Zorrita: Passion's Avenger (2000)

A masked seductress proves that her skills extend beyond swordplay as she makes a stand for pleasure in old California.

Hanna's Sleeping Dogs (2016)

In an Austrian provincial town in the 1960s, 9-year-old Johanna learns the secret of her family's Jewish past. The older townspeople know exactly which neighbors were the very worst Nazis before reinventing themselves as devout Catholics. Johanna, however, is determined not to hide. She wants to be proud of her heritage and changes her name to Hanna. But little does she know, the sleeping dogs are now awake, starting to bark and still have their teeth.

Growing Up Wild (2016)

From their first steps of exploring their world to their final steps into independence, the film reveals the triumphs and setbacks of five young animals, in which instinct, parental lessons, and trial and error ultimately define their destinies. With a little guidance from sage family members, each must figure out how and where to find food while learning to recognize the very real threat of danger.

True New York (2016)

Five distinct glimpses of New York City united by timescape footage.

Dolly Deadly (2016)

Sick of being ridiculed by his family and peers, a boy cuts a bloody swathe through a trailer park, with help from his dollies.

Dating Daisy (2016)

Two passionate 20-somethings road trip home together for the holidays.

Quality Problems (2017)

A married couple deal with Alzheimer's, breast cancer and their daughter's 8th birthday party.

Video Violence 2 (1987)

The Video Violence killers host their own TV show, allowing viewers and other aspiring psychos to send in videos of their handiwork.

A Devil's Game (2014)

When a gang's drug supply runs dry and the collectors make threats, the men start dealing in girls. The plan quickly goes to hell when they unknowingly kidnap the daughter of a retired black-ops agent.

Dowry (2015)

A wheelchair-bound woman wants her family to provide her the same dowry they gave her sister.

A Christmas Accident (1912)

A Christmas Accident is a 1911 American Christmas film.

Top Fighter 2 (1996)

The history of women in martial arts cinema.

Three Graves for a Winchester (1966)

3 colpi di Winchester per Ringo a.k.a. Three Graves for a Winchester/Three Bullets for Ringo is a 1966 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Emimmo Salvi and shot in Totalscope. It is the first and only film collaboration between Mickey Hargitay and Gordon Mitchell. The two friends appeared together in Mae West's 1950s Las Vegas stage show, then traveled to Italy where they made sword and sandal films. It was the first Western for Gordon Mitchell. Told that the Italians preferred their Western heroes lean, Mitchell dropped his weight from 220 lbs (99.79 kg) to 170 lbs (77.11 kg).

F.Hilaire (2015)

A teacher (Pharanyu Rojanawuthitham) undergoes a personal transformation while pursuing his master's degree in Thailand.

Heaven Burns (2010)

A young man (Clayton Myers) trying to save money for college becomes caught up in the dangerous prescription drug scene.

Last Pickup (2016)

Low-level gangsters are assigned one last pickup for their boss, but this pickup may mean the difference between life as free men or life behind bars.

Bloody Friday (1972)

Bloody Friday (German: Blutiger Freitag) is a 1972 German-Italian crime film directed by Rolf Olsen and starring Raimund Harmstorf, Amadeus August and Gianni Macchia. It was shot on location in Munich and other parts of Bavaria.

Trailer Horn (1950)

Donald and the chipmunks, Chip and Dale, are after each other again, this time when they come upon Donald vacationing in a trailer. When he goes swimming, they fool him by moving the diving board and end up wrecking his car. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

The Irish Gringo (1935)

An Irish gunfighter saves a little girl from outlaws who believe she's the key to a treasure.

Ferocious Pal (1934)

Ferocious Pal is a 1934 American adventure film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by Joseph Anthony Roach. The film stars Kazan the Wonder Dog, Ruth Sullivan, Gene Toler, Robert Seiter, Tom London and Harry Dunkinson. The film was released on February 2, 1934, by Principal Distributing.

Happy Log (2016)

While on a camping trip, two boys (Caleb Meadows, Brock Patrick Kaufman) cross paths with a ruthless hit man who is looking to collect on a local gambling dept.

Normal (2013)

A troubled young man (Michael Reed) who works as an apartment superintendent replays the pieces of his tortured and dark past.

Daemonium: Soldier of the Underworld (2015)

In a universe where magic and technology coexist with humans and demons, a wizard becomes involved in a full-scale war with hell and its demonic inhabitants.

Trompie (1975)

The misadventures of a mischievous kid.

Bakery in Brooklyn (2016)

Bakery in Brooklyn is a 2016 American-Spanish romantic comedy film starring Aimee Teegarden and Krysta Rodriguez.

Buddy Solitaire (2016)

A struggling comedian lands a new gig teaching stand-up to the mentally ill.

Monkey Business: The Adventures of Curious George's Creators (2017)

Curious George is the most popular monkey in the world. Since his introduction in the first publication in 1941, the beloved series has sold over 75 million books in more than 25 languages. MONKEY BUSINESS explores the lesser-known tale of George's creators, Hans and Margret Rey. Originally from Hamburg, Germany, the Reys first met when Hans was dating Margret's older sister. Years later, having heard that Hans was wasting his artistic talents as a bookkeeper in Rio, Margret traveled to Brazil to persuade him to marry her and do something creative together. After their four-week honeymoon to Paris turned into a four-year residency, they accidentally became children's book authors when a publisher suggested they create a book out of a cartoon Hans had drawn. Being German Jews, however, their life in Paris abruptly came to an end in June 1940 when the Reys were forced to escape from the Nazis by riding makeshift bicycles-a manuscript of the first Curious George book was one of the few possessions they could smuggle out with them. Arriving in New York as refugees, they started their life anew and over the next three decades they created a classic that continues to touch the hearts and minds of children around the world.

Parrot Heads (2017)

An in-depth look at the world of Parrot Heads, the loyal fan base of Jimmy Buffett.

The Man Cave (2014)

Three men have different problems with their partners. To be undisturbed, they have created a secret place inside a boiler room only for men. The Männerhort.

Double Exposure (1935)

An aspiring photographer (Bob Hope) bites off more than he can chew when he snaps a picture of a stranger.

Red Carpet (2014)

An adult-movie director tries to lure a top actress into starring in his legitimized film.

A Family Affair (2015)

Members of the Xylouris Ensemble try to keep the family together.

The Burden (2015)

An examination of society's dependence on fossil fuels.

Doing Jewish: A Story From Ghana (2016)

Residents of a small community in Ghana learn they have been practicing Judaism for centuries.

America Recycled (2015)

Two brothers ride recycled bikes through towns in America.

Children of the Night (2014)

In this darkly funny horror tale, a journalist visits a secluded orphanage where children suffer from an unknown disease only to learn that they are not children at all, but vampires aging from 4 to 120 years old, all bitten at an early age and forever stuck in that physical state. They are led by a strange and deeply religious nurse whose destiny in life is to find these ‘lost souls’ and keep them safe – until a cultish band of men from a nearby village plot to destroy the refuge.

In the Steps of Trisha Brown (2017)

The life and work of choreographer Trisha Brown.

Shelter (2015)

Shelter was a movie shot as a passion project for under $100,000 and released in 2012. It has been featured at a number of festivals including the 2013 Eerie Horror Film Festival where it won Best Director, and the 2012 Williamsburg Independent Film Festival where it won Best Narrative Feature Film.

Night of the Slasher (2015)

A teenager realizes she must commit horror movie sins, drink alcohol, do drugs, and have sex to lure a killer out to finish him off.

Community Service the Movie (2012)

Community Service The Movie is a 2012 American slasher film written and directed by Joseph Patrick Kelly and is his feature film directorial debut. The movie was released on July 21, 2012 and stars Chris Woods Marlins as a community service officer that has to deal with an escaped serial killer who dealing with his own posttraumatic stress disorder. The project was begun while the filmmaker was in college, and serves as a prequel to Bloody Island, which has a projected release date of 2016.

Yellow Fever (2012)

The effect of globalization on the African woman's definition of beauty.

Elephant's Dream (2014)

A portrait of three state-owned institutions and their workers in the Congolese capital, Kinshasa, Africa's third-largest city.

Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities (2017)

The history of black colleges and universities in America, which have educated the architects of freedom movements and cultivated leaders in every field.

The Miracle of Tekir (2015)

A young woman tries to protect her unborn child, a child that she believes is the result of immaculate conception.

Kikoriki. Legend of the Golden Dragon (2016)

The lovably simple residents of peaceful Kikoriki Island are thrown kicking and screaming into big adventure when their resident scientist invents an amazing device – a helmet called "the Improverizor" – which takes personality traits from one person and swaps them with someone else's! But when spineless young Wally tries to use the untested device to cure his cowardice, he ends up even more spineless – by getting accidentally body-switched with a squirmy little caterpillar. Now he's got more to fear than he ever dreamed, and so do his fellow villagers, as they're dragged into a madcap adventure packed with plane crashes, mistaken identities, erupting volcanoes and angry natives on the warpath. Boy, do the Kikoriki Сrew wish they could switch places now – with anyone! *Digital Copy Expires March 7, 2018

American Jihad (2017)

This exploration of homegrown Jihadism takes a look at how young men are radicalized to commit violent acts of terrorism and what can be done to prevent it.

Hard Shoulder (1990)

A group of oddball characters sets out on a road trip across Ireland to sell a job lot of stolen fire extinguishers.

A Reckless Rover (1918)

A scruffy man runs from the police and takes refuge in a Chinese laundry.

A Divorce Before Marriage (2016)

Popular music in the 20th century championed the idea that musicians are special people – magical, untouchable. But this idea didn’t last.

All-Star Vaudeville (1935)

Contortionists, a duet and comic acrobats.

Buzzin' Around (1933)

Buzzin' Around is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film starring Fatty Arbuckle.

The Great Sasuke (2016)

A year in the life of an aging Japanese professional wrestler and politician.

Within These Walls (2015)

When a woman moves into the house where her mother died, she is taunted by an evil spirit.

Noon Gun (2015)

An everyday occurrence -- the ceremonial blast from a canon -- sets off a series of events that are viewed from the perspectives of various residents.