Dead Night (2018)

James and his wife Casey load up their two teenage kids and head out to a remote cabin in Oregon for a weekend trip. When James heads into the snowy forest in search of rewood, he encounters an enigmatic woman passed out in the snow. Bringing her back to the cabin for help, the family has no way of knowing that the woman’s presence is the catalyst for a series of events that will change their lives forever. Mixing original storytelling with timeless supernatural elements, Bradford Baruh’s directorial debut features a stellar cast of genre favorites including AJ Bowen and Barbara Crampton and delivers a wild and blood-soaked weekend away.

Come Spy with Me (1967)

Come Spy with Me is a 1967 American spy film produced by Arnold Kaiser, directed by Marshall Stone, and released by 20th Century Fox.

Roller Blade (1986)

In post-apocalyptic Los Angeles, a wicked doctor wants a crystal possessed by a nun (Katina Garner) in a wheelchair.

Deadly Ransom (1998)

Specialists set out to rescue a banker and his daughter, kidnapped and taken into the jungle.

Kaidan (2007)

From the legendary director of RINGU and THE RING TWO comes this eerie tale of ghostly vengeance. The unwitting victim of a terrible curse, a young man accidentally injures his wife, a jealous teacher who soon dies from her wound. Running away with one of her students, he fails to heed the dead woman’s warning that if he remarries, she’ll haunt him to the grave. And now for an unfaithful husband, the real terror is about to begin.

The Scarlet Clue (1945)

Sidney Toler is back as the inscrutable Charlie Chan who takes on a group of fast-track media types in this '40s sendup of bad radio drama, snarling sponsors and tense thespians.

The Abduction (1996)

Nobody listens when an ex-policeman's (Robert Hays) estranged wife (Victoria Principal) accuses him of abuse, until he kidnaps her.

Four Wings And A Prayer (2010)

A study of monarch butterfly migration.

After the Last River (2015)

In the shadows of a diamond mine, an indigenous village sees its community transform into a modern frontier.

Fragmented (2014)

An American woman goes under cover to find the truth about her husband's past after he disappears in Mexico.

The Gay Cavalier (1946)

The Gay Cavalier is a 1946 black and white Western adventure starring Gilbert Roland, Helen Gerald and Tristram Coffin. It is based on a story by the author O. Henry.

5 Hour Friends (2014)

A womanizing golfer (Tom Sizemore) gets a taste of his own medicine when he meets a female lawyer (Kimberlin Brown).

Les petites couleurs (2002)

Fed up with her abusive husband, a submissive hairdresser (Anouk Grinberg) runs away and gets a job at a motel.

Bab'Aziz: The Prince That Contemplated His Soul (2005)

Bab'Aziz: Le prince qui contemplait son âme (English: Bab'Aziz: The prince who contemplated his soul), often abbreviated to Bab'Aziz, is a 2005 film by Tunisian writer and director Nacer Khemir. It stars Parviz Shahinkhou, Maryam Hamid, Hossein Panahi, Nessim Khaloul, Mohamed Graïaa, Maryam Mohaid and Golshifteh Farahani. It was filmed in Iran and Tunisia.

Océan (2002)

Ocean is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Catherine Martin and released in 2002. Centred on the Océan passenger train from Montreal to Halifax, the film mixes footage from a trip on the train with interviews on the cultural and historical significance of train travel, touching particularly on themes of memory and nostalgia for past times when long-distance travel by rail was much more common than it is in the 21st century.

Red Line (2013)

Terrified commuters are on the ride of their lives when terrorists send a subway train speeding out of control during rush hour. With the saboteur among them, a group of citizens are now trapped underground and in a race against time if they hope to see daylight again. Full of fast-paced action and suspense, Redline is a thriller that’ll have you holding on for safety.

Trona (2004)

A disillusioned man moves to a barren desert.

Jungle Cavalcade (1941)

Jungle Cavalcade is a compilation of footage from Frank Buck’s first three films depicting his adventures capturing animals for the world's zoos.

Labor on the Douro River (1931)

Douro, Faina Fluvial (Labor on the Douro River) is a 1931 Portuguese documentary short film. It was the first film directed by Manoel de Oliveira and is a portrait of his hometown of Porto and the labor and industry that takes place along the city's main river, the Douro River. It was first shown at the International Congress of Film Critics in Lisbon on September 19, 1931, where the majority of the Portuguese audience booed. However, other foreign critics and artists who were in attendance praised the film, such as Luigi Pirandello and Émile Vuillermoz. Oliveira re-edited the film with a new soundtrack and re-released it in 1934. Again in 1994, Oliveira modified the film by adding a new, more avant-garde soundtrack by Luís de Freitas Branco.Oliveira was influenced by German filmmaker Walther Ruttmann's documentary Berlin: Symphony of a City, and Douro, Faina Fluvial was made in the same genre of city symphony films.

The Chorus Kid (1928)

The Chorus Kid is a lost 1928 silent film comedy drama directed by Howard Bretherton and starring Virginia Brown Faire and Bryant Washburn. It was produced and released by independentsts Gotham Productions and Lumas Film respectively.

Clubhouse Detectives in Scavenger Hunt (2003)

Young sleuths (Jonathan Cronin, Brittany Armstrong) investigate the robbery of an art gallery after they find a stolen painting at a birthday party.

Lost for Life (2013)

Filmmaker Joshua Rofé talks to juveniles who are serving life sentences in prison and to their victims' families.

Last Winter (1984)

The Last Winter is a 1984 drama film directed by Riki Shelach Nissimoff and produced by Avi Lerner. The film was a joint American-Israeli venture which tells the story of two women seeking leads to their missing husbands after the end of the Yom Kippur War. A relationship builds between them when each identifies her husband in the same blurred image of a foreign newsreel.

Ora o mai più (2003)

Now or Never (Italian: Ora o mai più) is a 2003 Italian coming of age comedy-drama film written and directed by Lucio Pellegrini.

Three Hours Between Planes (2014)

While in his hometown on a layover, Donald Plant decides track down his first love.

Making Rounds (2015)

Leading cardiologists Dr. Valentin Fuster and Dr. Herschel Sklaroff care for critically ill heart patients at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.

Kiss the Boys (2006)

A woman (Bethany Marie Wilson) interviews a death-row inmate convicted of killing four young men, hoping to find out what happened to his fifth victim.

A Virgin in Hollywood (1953)

A female reporter (Dorothy Abbott) from the East Coast poses as an aspiring actress in order to write a story on the dangers faced by young women who come to Hollywood to break into the movies.

Kept (2014)

A woman (Momoha) survives an abduction from a rapist and murderer.

Colorful Bombay (1937)

Beyond the port of Bombay is a teeming city that is dominated by caste.

Une folle envie (2011)

Yann and Rose try their hardest to have a baby.

John Lennon's Turd (2014)

When John Lennon uses his toilet, uber-fans Ian and Digby hatch a plan to sell their idol's unflushed poo.

Pizza II: Villa (2013)

Pizza II: Villa is a 2013 Indian Tamil gothic film, written and directed by debutant Deepan Chakravarthy. It stars Ashok Selvan and Sanchita Shetty in lead roles, while Nassar and Vegan Rajesh appear in other pivotal roles The music for the film was composed by Santhosh Narayanan, while cinematography was handled by Deepak Kumar Padhy and Leo John Paul has done the editing. Produced jointly by Thirukumaran Entertainment and Studio Green, Pizza II: Villa is a spiritual successor to Pizza (2012). The filming commenced on 17 April and was completed in May 2013. The film released in November 2013 to positive reviews from the critics and audience, and was later dubbed into Telugu under the same name.

Fatal Frame (2014)

Gekijōban Zero, also known as Fatal Frame: The Movie, is a 2014 Japanese horror film directed by Mari Asato, starring Ayami Nakajō and Aoi Morikawa, and based on a novelization by Eiji Ōtsuka of the Fatal Frame video game series. It was released on 26 September 2014.

Witness My Journey (2013)

A Jehovah's Witness embarks on an emotional, exciting and erotic voyage, which transforms her from a Sydney housewife into Australia's party queen.

Sharp Shooters (1928)

Sharp Shooters is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by John G. Blystone and starring George O'Brien, Lois Moran, and Noah Young. A print survives in the UCLA Film and Television Archive. Sharp Shooters contains uncredited performances by Boris Karloff and Randolph Scott in his first film appearance.

Tess of the Storm Country (1932)

Tess of the Storm Country is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film. The movie stars Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell, and Dudley Digges, and was directed by Alfred Santell and released by Fox Film Corporation. It is a remake of the 1922 silent film of the same name. It is based on the novel of the same name by Grace Miller White. Gaynor and Farrell made almost a dozen films together, including Frank Borzage's classics Seventh Heaven (1927), Street Angel (1928), and Lucky Star (1929). Gaynor won the first Academy Award for Best Actress for the first two films and F. W. Murnau's Sunrise.

Once Upon an Island (2015)

Filmmaker Steve Lichtag journeys to a mysterious coral island to witness nature as it was 5,000 years ago and meet the wondrous creatures that inhabit this atoll, create communities, give birth to young, and struggle for their survival.

Hardwood (2005)

Hardwood is a 2005 short documentary film about Canadian director Hubert Davis' relationship to his father, former Harlem Globetrotters member Mel Davis. Through interviews with his mother, his father's wife, his half-brother, and Mel Davis himself, Hubert Davis explores why Mel made the decisions that he did, and how that has affected his life. Hardwood was met with high critical acclaim and received an Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject nomination. It also aired on PBS as part of its Point of View series in 2005.

Sleeping Beauty (2017)

In the kingdom of Letonia, the young prince Egon spends his nights playing the drums. During the day, he searches for Sleeping Beauty so that he might free her from her curse.

Don't Click (2012)

Don't Click is a 2012 South Korean horror film about a "forbidden video" that curses people to death.

Billy Elliot (2014)

Billy Elliot the Musical Live is a 2014 British filmed version of Elton John's Billy Elliot the Musical (2005), which in turn was based on the 2000 film Billy Elliot. Stephen Daldry directed both the original film and the 2014 musical adaptation. Filmed on 28 September 2014 at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London's West End, Billy Elliot Live was broadcast live to cinemas in several European countries, followed by further worldwide screenings. North American screenings took place on 12, 15, and 18 November. The filmed production stars Elliott Hanna as Billy, Ruthie Henshall as Mrs. Wilkinson, and Deka Walmsley, Ann Emery, and Chris Grahamson as Billy's father, grandmother, and older brother, respectively.

Elizabeth Blue (2017)

Recently released from a psychiatric hospital, Elizabeth (Anna Schafer) returns to her Los Angeles apartment where she lives with her fiancé, Grant (Ryan Vincent). With the guidance of her new psychiatrist, Dr. Bowman (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), and the unfaltering support of Grant, Elizabeth works at regaining control of her mental stability and her life as she begins to plan their wedding. Struggling to navigate daily voices, hallucinations, anxiety, failing medications and her judgmental, unsupportive mother, Carol (Kathleen Quinlan), Elizabeth fears that Grant will leave her as she clings to hope that love will truly conquer all--even mental illness.

Mieux vaut être riche et bien portant que fauché et mal foutu (1980)

To get their hands on an inheritance, two brothers hit the road to find a sister they've never even heard of.

Yes or No (2010)

Yes or No is a 2010 Thai romantic comedy-drama film directed by Sarasawadee Wongsompetch, starring Sucharat "Aom" Manaying and Suppanad "Tina" Jitaleela. It is the first lesbian-genre film from Thailand with a "tom" lead character.

Yes or No: Come Back to Me (2012)

Pie and Kim continue their relationship after college.

Boulevard des assassins (1982)

A former journalist-turned-writer investigates a series of murders and corruption in the south of France.

Wilson City (2015)

Two detectives and an experienced FBI officer head up the search for a murderer who has embarked on a rampage in Wilson City.

The Creed (2013)

When a young woman accidentally wins a pair of tickets to a concert that she has no interest in, she must get rid of the tickets, but it won't be an easy task.

A Boring Story (1983)

An Uneventful Story (Polish: Nieciekawa historia) is a 1986 Polish film directed by Wojciech Jerzy Has, starring Gustaw Holoubek. The film is an adaptation of a short story by Anton Chekhov and tells the story of a professor of medicine who begins an affair with a young pupil.

Wildman: My Search for Sasquatch (2016)

Filmmaker and adventurer Justin Chernipeski chronicles the search for the legendary creature known as Sasquatch.

Whispers Among Wolves (2014)

Every Wednesday, an alcoholic CEO and her long-suffering personal assistant meet to conduct matters of business. But on this particular evening, secrets will be uncovered.

Werewolf Bitches from Outer Space (2017)

Three werewolf women from Uranus are sent to Earth.

Will Work for Views: The Lo-Fi Life of Weird Paul (2019)

Paul Petroskey started making videos of himself at the age of 13 to become famous. After 30 years and thousands of videos, he's still trying.

América (2019)

Brothers confront the chasm between adolescence and adult reality when they care for their 93-year-old grandmother.

Toute la beauté du monde (2006)

Following a nervous breakdown, a widow travels to Asia to rediscover her zest for life.

All the Best (2012)

All the Best is a 2012 Telugu film written and directed by J. D. Chakravarthy. The film stars Srikanth, J. D. Chakravarthy and Lucky Sharma in lead roles. The film was released on 29 June 2012 with mixed reviews and became one of the successful films of 2012. Especially Telangana Shakuntala's character of Waheed Rehman was much praised by the critics and audiences.Although the film tanked at the box office and declared as flop. Later this film was dubbed into Hindi as Risk. The film is loosely based on the 2000 Argentinian movie Nine Queens.

Ear Buds: The Podcasting Documentary (2016)

Graham Elwood explores the deep connection between podcasters and their fan bases.

House of Terrors (1965)

Three visitors ignore a hunchbacked caretaker's warnings and stay in a haunted house.

Jack's Apocalypse (2015)

Jack's cycle of addiction is broken when his brother Shane calls to tell him the water supply has been contaminated and there's going to be an attack on the electrical grid in strategic locations throughout the United States. Shane asks Jack to take his wife and daughter to the family lake house, forcing Jack to return to the town from which he was disgraced to protect a family other than his own while battling addiction, starvation and looters.

Chapo: el escape del siglo (2016)

Mexican kingpin Joaquín Guzman Loera's escape from prison.

USS Indianapolis: The Legacy (2015)

The mission and fate of the heavy cruiser USS Indianapolis is told through first-person accounts.

Eat (2001)

Shenanigans at a fancy restaurant.

A Dream of Christmas (2016)

An ambitious married woman gets more than she bargained for when her wish to be single again is granted. She awakens to discover she's got everything she's ever wanted, except her husband. She resolves to find him a second time.

The Santiso Report (2015)

A reporter goes insane when his daughter disappears on a field mission in Iraq. After being released from a psychiatric institution seven years later, with little memory of the reason behind his madness, he must fix his marriage and his life.

Emmanuelle in Rio (2003)

Emmanuelle in Rio is a 2003 made-for-television erotic film, directed by Kevin Alber and produced by Alain Siritzky from a script by Alber.

Paranormal Retreat (2014)

In central Pennsylvania, a professional paranormal team travels to a haunted house and ends up uncovering more than it could have imagined. Eventually, the footage is found and turned over to the police.

Sabata the Killer (1970)

Bank robbers go on the run after a heist when the bank's manager hires a posse to track them down.

Big Business (1924)

Big Business is a 1924 American short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 22nd Our Gang short subject released.

Outlaw: Black Dagger (1968)

Street gangs go to war for control of the Kansai region.

Scars of Youth (2008)

In a post-apocalyptic world, groups of people are governed by white-suited agents of some ominous force. A young man struggles to come to terms with his bleak existence while trying to save his mother from the grip of a strange black fluid.

Wounded (2013)

Wounded (Spanish: La herida) is a 2013 Spanish drama film directed by Fernando Franco.

Chissà perché... capitano tutte a me (1980)

Everything Happens to Me (Italian: Chissà perché... capitano tutte a me) is a 1980 Italian children's comedy movie starring Bud Spencer and child actor Cary Guffey. It is a direct sequel of the 1979 movie The Sheriff and the Satellite Kid and is also known under the title Why Did You Pick on Me?

Ghostland: The View of the Ju'Hoansi (2017)

A group of Ju'Hoansi bushmen journey through Europe.

Dangerous Invitations (2002)

A couple's attempt to spice up their sex life with a third partner yields nightmarish results.

Zvírátka a petrovstí (1946)

Animals work together to deter thieves.

5 Pattern Dragon Claws (1983)

The Silver Fox reigns supreme with his deadly thunder foot technique.

The Half-Life of Genius Physicist Raemer Schreiber (2018)

Raemer Schreiber, a pioneering physicist, helps with the assembly of the first nuclear weapons. In the mid-'50s, he take charge of Project ROVER and creates nuclear rocket engines capable of taking humans to Mars and beyond.

County Fair, Texas (2015)

A year in the lives of four kids from Texas as they raise animals to show at a local county fair.

Pedal the World (2015)

Felix Starck documents his 18,000-kilometer bicycle journey across 22 countries over the course of one adventure-filled year.

P3nd3jo5 (2013)

Two love stories combine with a Mafia episode.

Go Go Amigo (1965)

Go Go Amigo is a 1965 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Robert McKimson and stars Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, and other mice in a big fight over music at Speedy's 12th birthday party in Mexico.

Moonshine (1918)

Moonshine is a 1918 American two-reel silent comedy film directed by and starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and featuring Buster Keaton.

Writer's Block (2010)

Friends decide to participate in the "100 Hour Film Race." As the clock ticks on, they can't seem to agree on what their film will be about.

Broken Star (2018)

BROKEN STAR is a psychological thriller that follows, Markey Marlowe (Analeigh Tipton, WARM BODIES), a young, ambitious actress, who will stop at nothing to ensure everlasting fame. After many encounters with the law, she is sentenced to house arrest where she manipulates her recluse landlord (Tyler Labine, SUPER TROOPERS 2) to fulfill her demonic desires.

Consequence (2012)

A woman has one day to do whatever she wants to do, and there will be no consequences.

Looking for the Jackalope (2016)

A disenchanted writer takes an ill-fated journey from New York to his college reunion in Ohio in an attempt to reunite with his old college girlfriend.

Will & Liz (2018)

A frustrated artist meets a free-spirited girl in Venice Beach, Calif.

Into Tartarus (2017)

A decade after he's abducted and tortured, a man breaks his silence in an exclusive interview.

Char Adhyay (1997)

Char Adhyay 1997 Indian Bengali language drama film written and directed by Kumar Shahani. It is based on Rabindranath Tagore's last novel by the same name, written in 1934.

Main Aur Mr. Riight (2014)

Main Aur Mr. Riight is a romantic Bollywood movie. The film stars Barun Sobti and Shenaz Treasurywala as the lead pair. Main Aur Mr. Riight tells the story of a single girl in search of her Mr. Right. The movie released on 12 December 2014.

Chadi Jawani Budhe Nu (1976)

Chadi Jawani Budhe Nu is a Punjabi movie released in 1976 in India.

El Pistolero (2012)

A powerful Mexican man comes to a new town in search of gunmen who want to team up. He recruits a humble man who accepts the job to avenge his father's death.

Best F(r)iends Volume Two (2018)

As Sestero’s drifter makes a run for it, he finds himself on an expedition across the Southwest, where he encounters wild and crazy characters through a series of twisted and dark foibles. While his misadventure teaches him a valuable lesson about friendship and loyalty, Wiseau’s mortician carries the story home with more than a few surprises.

The Winner (2011)

The Winner (Polish: Wygrany) is a 2011 American-Polish co-production written and directed by Wieslaw Saniewski and starring Pawel Szajda, Janusz Gajos, Wojciech Pszoniak and Marta Żmuda-Trzebiatowska. Film tells a story of Oliver (played by Pawel Szajda, "Under the Tuscan Sun" and HBO's "Generation Kill") who is a young and talented pianist. When his life and promising career suddenly collapse, he finds an unexpected help in a retired math teacher, now a compulsive horse race gambler (played by Janusz Gajos). The Winner was filmed in Chicago, German town Baden-Baden and Polish city of Wroclaw and Lądek Zdrój. Film's soundtrack includes music of Chopin, three Elvis Presley's songs and tango.

Just Like Our Parents (2017)

Just Like Our Parents (Portuguese: Como Nossos Pais) is a 2017 Brazilian drama film directed by Laís Bodanzky. It was screened in the Panorama section at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival.

Les démons de Jésus (1997)

A family of fair workers begin a suburban life.

The Bet (1997)

The Bet (French title: Le Pari) is a 1997 film directed, about smoking cessation, written, and starred by Didier Bourdon and Bernard Campan of the French comic trio Les Inconnus ("The Unknowns").

The Whistler (2010)

A man turns to his dangerous brother to help him stop the mob from closing his favorite place to eat.

Les frères Pétard (1986)

The Joint Brothers or Les Frères Pétard is a French film directed by Hervé Palud released in 1986.