Herbert West: Reanimator (2018)
Karen Cries on the Bus (2011)
Karen Cries on the Bus (Spanish: Karen llora en un bus) is a 2011 Colombian drama film written and directed by Gabriel Rojas Vera.
Oklahoma Blues (1948)
Oklahoma Blues is a 1948 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by Bennett Cohen. The film stars Jimmy Wakely, Dub Taylor, Virginia Belmont, I. Stanford Jolley, Zon Murray and George J. Lewis. The film was released on March 28, 1948, by Monogram Pictures.
Young Turks (2013)
From 1977 to 1981, artist Stephen Seemayer recorded his friends as they explored the deserted industrial and commercial buildings of downtown Los Angeles.
The Devil with Seven Faces (1971)
The Devil Has Seven Faces (Italian: Il diavolo a sette facce, also known as The Devil with Seven Faces) is a 1971 Italian giallo film directed and co-written by Osvaldo Civirani. It starred George Hilton, Carroll Baker and Luciano Pigozzi. The film has also been released on video as Bloody Mary (US) and Nights of Terror (UK).
Die Brücke (2008)
A band of soldiers is ordered to protect a key strategic vantage point from advancing forces at all costs.
Zanzibar is a 1940 American film starring James Craig and Lola Lane. It was directed by Harold Schuster.
Craig's Wife (1928)
Craig's Wife is a 1928 American silent drama film directed by William C. deMille and starring Irene Rich, Warner Baxter and Virginia Bradford. It was based on the 1925 play of the same title by George Kelly. Subsequent film adaptations followed in 1936 as Craig's Wife and 1950 as Harriet Craig. It is now considered a lost film.
Seven Angry Men (1955)
Seven Angry Men is a 1955 film about John Brown (abolitionist) where he was played by Raymond Massey. The title refers to Brown and his six sons.
Boys Life 4: Four Play (2003)
Boys Life 4 is an anthology of four gay-themed short films that have been hits on the film festival circuit.
The Rook (1994)
A 19th-century police detective (Martin Donovan) investigates the murder of a young woman.
Le Crime ne paie pas (1962)
Le Crime ne paie pas (US title: Crime Does Not Pay, UK title: Gentle Art of Murder) is a 1962 French drama film directed by Gérard Oury. The film stars Danielle Darrieux, Michèle Morgan, Edwige Feuillère and Annie Girardot. It is composed of four crime episodes: "The Man on the Avenue" (L'homme de l'avenue), "The Hugues Case" (L'affaire Hugues), "The Mask" (Le masque) and "The Fenayrou Case" (L'affaire Fenayrou).
Desire is an American romantic drama film released in 1936 and directed by Frank Borzage. It was produced by Borzage and Ernst Lubitsch. The picture is a remake of the 1933 German film Happy Days in Aranjuez. The screenplay was written by Samuel Hoffenstein, Edwin Justus Mayer and Waldemar Young based on the play Die Schönen Tage von Aranjuez by Hans Székely and Robert A. Stemmle. The music score was composed by Frederick Hollander and the cinematography was shot by Charles Lang and Victor Milner. Marlene Dietrich's wardrobe was designed by Travis Banton.
The film stars Marlene Dietrich, Gary Cooper and John Halliday, William Frawley, Akim Tamiroff,and Alan Mowbray.
A Kiss for a Killer (1957)
Seeing a chance to secure his future, bank clerk Philippe Delaroche (Henri Vidal) curries favor with middle-aged heiress Betty Farnwell (Isa Miranda) in Nice, Italy. Happy to have the attentions of an attractive younger man, Betty marries him. Soon after, however, Philippe finds himself captivated by the sultry Eva Dollan (Mylne Demongeot) and begins an affair. Quickly growing obsessed with Eva, Philippe is distraught when she makes plans to marry another and decides to rid himself of Betty.
The Law in Her Hands (1936)
The Law in Her Hands is a 1936 American drama film directed by William Clemens and written by George Bricker and Luci Ward. The film stars Margaret Lindsay and Glenda Farrell. It was released by Warner Bros. on May 16, 1936. The film's working title was "Lawyer Woman". Mary and Dorothy open their own law practice, but after months of rising debt and falling income, they start representing members of the organized crime.
Forever and a Day (2011)
Forever and a Day is a 2011 Filipino romance film starring Sam Milby and KC Concepcion. The film was released by Star Cinema. The film premiered on June 15, 2011.
Hoop Soldiers (2001)
Shay (Tank) is the leader of the Hoop Soldiers, one of the inner city's fiercest competitors in the secret indoor sport of caged three-on-three basketball, a game that is played with no rules. Punches and kicks are permitted by opponents as they struggle to slam dunk their way into a slimy crime boss' good graces. Bright and beautiful Rochelle Moore (Cassandra King), a video game designer on the brink of national success, infiltrates the netherworld of caged basketball, becoming friends with Cal (Jerome Green), one of the gangsters who runs the illegal betting operations. Cal, of course, would like the relationship to go further, until he learns that Rochelle has reported the game to the police. During the big game, Shay learns Rochelle is in danger and has to rescue her -- and win the game -- before it's too late.
The Headless Horseman (1934)
Superstitious schoolteacher Ichabod Crane battles rival Brom Bones for a young maiden's hand in an adaptation of Washington Irving's "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow."
Delicious (1931) is an American Pre-Code Gershwin musical romantic comedy film starring Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, directed by David Butler, with color sequences in Multicolor (now lost).
Last Rites (1980)
A rural clan of bloodsuckers plies its trade on the deserted byways of upstate New York.
It Can't Be! (1975)
«It Can't Be!» (Russian: Ne mozhet byt!) - is a Soviet comedy film directed by Leonid Gaidai. It consists of three short stories, shot on the works of Mikhail Zoshchenko comedy «Crime and Punishment», «Fun Adventure» and «Wedding event».
Who Are You, Mr. Sorge? (1961)
Based on the real-life exploits of a Soviet spy who used his post in Japan to pass military secrets to the Allies.
Lure of the Wilderness (1952)
Lure of the Wilderness is a 1952 romantic adventure film directed by Jean Negulesco. The film, which was shot in Technicolor, is based on the 1941 novel Swamp Water by Vereen Bell, and is a remake of the Jean Renoir's 1941 adaption of the novel featuring Walter Brennan in a smaller version of his leading role in the earlier film.
Himala ("Miracle") is a 1982 Filipino drama film directed by Ishmael Bernal and produced by the Experimental Cinema of the Philippines. The film's script was written by Ricky Lee based on the story of a teenage girl on Cabra Island in the province of Occidental Mindoro between 1966 and 1967.
Himala was filmed entirely in the Philippine province of Ilocos Norte in just three weeks with a budget of only ₱3 million. The film premiered at the 1982 Metro Manila Film Festival, and in 1983, became the first Filipino film to be included in the "Competition Section" of the Berlin International Film Festival. Since then, Himala has been exhibited in a number of film festivals around the world.
On 11 November 2008, Himala won the Viewer's Choice Award for the Best Film of All Time from the Asia-Pacific Region in the 2008 CNN Asia Pacific Screen Awards beating out nine other films voted by thousands of film fans around the world. The ten finalists were chosen by critics, industry insiders and actors—including Bollywood stars Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai.
Nora Aunor is best known for her performance in the film as the purported seer and healer Elsa. Her portrayal is considered by most Filipino critics as the best of her career.
On its 30th anniversary, Himala is the first of the 3000+ films restored by the ABS-CBN Film Archive and Central Digital Lab, Inc. The restored version premiered at the 69th Venice International Film Festival.
The Mollycoddle (1920)
The last of a line of macho males, Fairbanks wimps away his time in Monte Carlo. But when Wallace Beery kidnaps him and takes him back to America’s Great West, Fairbanks plays both ends against the middle to become the heroic figure his family expects him to be.
She's Got Everything (1937)
She's Got Everything is a 1937 American romantic comedy directed by Joseph Santley using a screenplay by Harry Segall and Maxwell Shane, based on a story by Shane and Joseph Hoffman. The film stars Gene Raymond and Ann Sothern, with supporting performances by Victor Moore, Helen Broderick, Parkyakarkus (also known by his real name, Harry Einstein), and Billy Gilbert. RKO Radio Pictures produced and distributed the picture, which was released on the final day of 1937.
Liberty's Secret: The 100% All-American Musical (2016)
The daughter of a squeaky-clean preacher seems like a good running mate for a conservative candidate, but she becomes a national sensation when she falls in love with another woman.
Be Big! (1931)
Be Big! is a Hal Roach three-reel comedy starring Laurel and Hardy. It was shot in November and December 1930, and released on February 7, 1931.
Found Footage 3D (2016)
Found Footage 3D is a 2016 American found footage horror film. It is the debut feature film of writer/director Steven DeGennaro, and is being produced by Texas Chainsaw Massacre co-creator Kim Henkel. It is the first found footage horror movie shot natively in 3D. Filming began on May 26, 2014 in Gonzales, Texas, starring Carter Roy, Alena von Stroheim, Chris O'Brien, Tom Saporito, Scott Allen Perry, Jessica Perrin, and Scott Weinberg, and wrapped mid-June 2014.
The film's trailer debuted on Entertainment Weekly August 10, 2016. The film premiered at Bruce Campbell's Horror Film Fest on August 20, 2016, where it won the festival's inaugural jury award. Its international premiere took place at FrightFest on August 29, 2016. It screened at 20 different festivals between August and November 2016, winning 15 awards.
A man loses himself in his date's stories about freedom.
Frame Switch (2016)
A deadly wildfire leads city auditor Mercedes Lara into a web of corruption after her boss is found murdered. When flamboyant attorney Spencer Sharp reveals his theory about a larger conspiracy, Mercedes must confront alleged ringleader Alfred Whitby.
Lisa vows to learn what happened to the father of her child a year after he disappeared.
Best Man Wins (1948)
A chef devises a plan to deal with his wife and best friend after he discovers their affair.
A 13-year-old girl living with her mother and her new girlfriend deals with family problems while being preoccupied with her own adolescent issues.
bwoy follows Brad O’Connor, who, after the death of his son, becomes entangled in a chaotic and passionate online love affair with Yenny, a young Jamaican man (newcomer Jimmy Brooks). With both Brad and his wife Marcia seeking solace in destructive ways, their lives and relationships are pushed to the brink, culminating in tragic confrontations that no one can avoid.
Catfish Blues (2016)
Catfish Blues is an American indie family comedy film, released in 2016. It was written by Michael Worth and directed by Junior Bonner. It stars Max Tadman and Worth's grandmother Lois Stewart as a pair of friends who spend a summer searching for lost animals in a Northern California town.
The film also features veteran actor Tim Thomerson.
Produced by Worth's production company Grizzly Peak Films, the film won the Best Family Film and Audience Choice Award at the 2016 Big Island Film Festival.
It was filmed in both Los Angeles and Chico, California.
It was shot on Canon 7D cameras.
A woman's (Ria Eaton) guilt over the death of her mother begins to manifest itself in terrifying visions that may or may not be real.
Spooky Stakeout (2016)
Four young friends are hired to solve the particularly vexing mystery of an ancient haunted castle. Having cut their teeth on previous cases – an abandoned school building and a derelict hotel – “Team Spooky” is surprised to find a common thread behind all three mysteries. Each of the friends is driven by different motivations – whether it’s for science, romance or monetary gain – but finding the real ghost is their ultimate goal!
Adventures of Louanna Lee: The Movie (2015)
Louanna travels back in time to save her grandfather and the world.
Beast of Cardo (2014)
A young Dominican woman learns a supernatural technique to escape a suffocating society.
While They Watched (2015)
As filmmakers imagine a future where North Korea's regime has crumbled, they question the inaction of current global powers.
Strike Witches the Movie (2012)
As one of the Strike Witches loses her ability to fight and decides to follow her dream of becoming a doctor, the Neuro have evolved and strengthened their abilities.
Luv U Soniyo (2013)
Luv U Soniyo is a 2013 Hindi romance film directed by Joe Rajan and produced by Viacom 18, Harsh Jain Beena Hemanshu Mehta and Joe Rajan. Creative Producers – Gautam Buragohain, Shivkumar Parthasarathy. Cinematography by Kalpesh Bhandarkar. Mark and Soniyo, who after having been brought together by fate have to win over their parents consent. Their cultures clash in every possible way and just when fate decides to turn the game around, all they have is their faith in each other and a little help from their friends.
The film features Tanuj Virwani and Neha Hinge as main characters.
The Vals (1982)
Four socially conscious valley girls use their wiles to raise $25,000 for a financially strapped orphanage.
Gabhricha Paus (2009)
Gabhricha Paus is a 2009 Marathi-language film written and directed by Satish Manwar. Gabhricha Paus has been produced by
Prashant Penthe and released on 10 July 2009.
Matilda (Russian: Матильда) is а 2017 Russian historical romantic drama film directed by Alexey Uchitel. It was released in cinemas on October 26, 2017. The picture tells the story about the relationship between ballerina Matilda Kshesinskaya and Nicholas II.
The planned release of the film has become the subject of a public conflict that has started since November 2016. Elements of the conflict include fierce controversy, attempts to ban the film, threats to film distributors and arson.
The premiere of the film took place on October 23, 2017 at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg.
Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack (2017)
Bring It On: Worldwide Cheersmack is a 2017 cheerleading film directed by Robert Adetuyi and the sixth installment in the Bring It On film series. It was released direct-to-video on August 29, 2017.
Special Unit (2017)
Due to the fairness in disabilities act the Van Nuys PD is forced to hire four handicapped undercover detectives and their training officer happens to be the worst cop in L.A.
At First Light (2018)
A close encounter with mysterious lights sends two teens on the run after one discovers she has extraordinary but dangerous powers.
All In (2018)
ALL IN is a first of its kind experience. It's spearheaded by a group of women who want to disrupt the male-dominated ski film formula. This is a kick-ass film that happens to feature as many women as men because skiing isn’t exclusionary.
Sasheer Zamata: Pizza Mind (2017)
Gunturodu is a 2017 Telugu action comedy film, produced by Sree Varun Atluri on Claps & Whistles Entertainments banner and directed by S.K. Satya. Starring Manchu Manoj, Pragya Jaiswal in the lead roles and music composed by DJ Vasanth.
The Honor Farm (2017)
Le périple (2017)
Death Race 2050 (2017)
Death Race 2050 is a 2017 political satire action direct-to-video film directed by G.J. Echternkamp, and starring Manu Bennett, Marci Miller and Malcolm McDowell. It is a sequel of the 1975 film Death Race 2000. Both films were produced by Roger Corman, who described the film as "a car-racing picture with some black humor."
South to Sian (2016)
Eyeless in Gaza (2016)
Roxette Diaries (2016)
Dido - Live At Brixton Academy (2004)
Donizetti: L'Elisir d'amore (2002)
Cutting It Short (1981)
Cutting It Short (Czech: Postřižiny) is a 1980 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Jiří Menzel. It is based on the novel Postřižiny by Czech writer Bohumil Hrabal. The story is set in a brewery in a Czech small town. The film is an evocation of the childhood memories of Bohumil Hrabal in his provincial town of Nymburk, dominated by the local brewery. The main actors of the film, uncle Pepin and Maryška, are based on real family members of Hrabal: Maryška on his mother and uncle Pepin on his real uncle, who came to stay two weeks in the town but remained for forty years. His spontaneous stories influenced a lot Hrabal's literary work. The film was entered into the main competition at the 38th edition of the Venice Film Festival. According to the film critic and historian Peter Hames, Cutting It Short, which frequently quotes or refers to silent comedy, is one of the best post-Tati comedies. Theodor Pištěk designed the costumes for the film.
The Snow Queen (1992)
The Snow Queen (Finnish: Lumikuningatar) is a 1986 Finnish fantasy film directed by Päivi Hartzell. The film was selected as the Finnish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 60th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Une amie d'enfance (1978)
Ordinary Miracle (1978)
An Ordinary Miracle is a Soviet 1978 romantic fantasy musical film directed by Mark Zakharov and based on a play by Yevgeni Shvarts. This is the second adaptation of the play; the first one was filmed in 1964 by Erast Garin.
The Girl in Blue (1973)
U-Turn, also known as The Girl in Blue, is a 1973 Canadian drama film directed by George Kaczender. It was entered into the 23rd Berlin International Film Festival.
Bonheur d'occasion (1983)
The Tin Flute (French: Bonheur d'occasion) is a 1983 Canadian drama film directed by Claude Fournier and based on the novel of the same name. It was entered into the 13th Moscow International Film Festival. The film was selected as the Canadian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 56th Academy Awards, but it was not accepted as a nominee.
The film was co-produced by the National Film Board of Canada's French-language branch, Ciné St-Henri Inc., and Société Radio-Canada, the French-language branch of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation .
Kilian Jornet: Path to Everest (2018)
WWE Super Show-Down (2018)
Super Show-Down (2018) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event and WWE Network event, produced by WWE for their Raw, SmackDown, and 205 Live brands. It took place on October 6, 2018, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia. It was the first WWE event under the Super Show-Down chronology.
Jane's Addiction: Live Voodoo (2010)
Russell Brand in New York City (2009)
Russell Brand, the unexpected star and scene-stealer of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and controversial host of the 2008 VMA's, makes his Comedy Central debut with "Russell Brand in New York City." Detailing the difficulty of handling his newfound fame in America, recounting the time he met the Queen and instructing woman on how they should approach him, Russell Brand proves he's the hottest thing to come out of Britain since The Beatles.
Johnny Cash - Live at Montreux 1994 (2005)
Suicide Club (2010)
Bad Company: Live at Wembley (2011)
Jeff Beck Rock & Roll Party: Honoring Les Paul (2010)
Der letzte Jude von Drohobytsch (2012)
Wyatt Cenac: Comedy Person (2011)
Four of a Kind (2008)
Four of a Kind is the debut feature film for director Fiona Cochrane. It was completed in 2008 and released in 2009.
It is based on the stage play Disclosure by Helen Collins as presented at La Mama Theatre (Melbourne) during the 2006 Melbourne Fringe Festival. It was shot on location in Melbourne, Australia.
Synopsis: Lies. Betrayal. Blackmail. Murder.
Four different women, each with a well-hidden secret they are coaxed, tricked or forced into revealing. Through a veil of lies all four flirt with the truth as they experience betrayal, ambition, loneliness, pain and anger. But the lies they tell themselves might be the ones that hurt the most.
" … beneath its deceptively simple surface lies an emotionally lacerating psychological whodunit of unusual complexity" - Paul Harris, Film Buffs Forecast
'Not far off being a hidden Australian gem that you should race out to'- Ben McEachen, Empire Magazine
‘Tingling with adult tension!’ - John Flaus, The Melbourne Review
Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience (2017)
The Tokoloshe (2018)
Ever After High: Way Too Wonderland (2015)
Thieves and Robbers (1983)
Cat and Dog (Italian: Cane e gatto, also known as Thieves and Robbers and Cats and Dogs) is a 1983 Italian comedy film directed by Bruno Corbucci.
Eden Lodge (2015)
Breaking Point (2015)
RiffTrax Live: Miami Connection (2015)
The Eichmann Show (2015)
The Eichmann Show is a 2015 British BBC TV drama film produced by Laurence Bowen and Ken Marshall for Feelgood Fiction and directed by Paul Andrew Williams.
Flesh Memory (2018)
Finally Bhalabosha (2019)
Finally Bhalobasa is an Indian Bengali language film directed by Anjan Dutt. The film includes 3 stories and explores different dimensions of life. The trailer of the film released in January 2019. The film released on 8 February 2019.
The Birth of the Tramp (2013)
The Immaculate Reception (2014)
Officer is a 2018 Indian Telugu-language action crime film, produced and directed by Ram Gopal Varma on his R Company Production banner. The film stars Nagarjuna Akkineni, Myra Sareen in the lead roles and music composed by Ravi Shankar.
Oosaravelli is a 2011 Telugu action-thriller film directed by Surender Reddy. It stars N. T. Rama Rao Jr. and Tamannaah in the lead roles and Shaam, Prakash Raj, Payal Ghosh, Murali Sharma, Jaya Prakash Reddy and Rahman in supporting roles. The score and soundtrack for the film is composed by Devi Sri Prasad. The film released across 1,800 screens worldwide. It broke previous tollywood records of highest opening day gross by grossing ₹16.3 crore (US$2.4 million). This film is inspired from Chinese-French film Vengeance (2009). The film is remade into Bengali in 2013 as Rocky, directed by Sujit Mondal, starring Mahaakshay Chakraborty and Pooja Bose. The film was later dubbed into Hindi as Mar Mitenge by Goldmines Telefilms in 2012.
Polar Adventure (2015)
Polar Adventure is a 2015 Chinese animated adventure comedy film directed by Qiao Fang. It was released on October 1, 2015.
Dead Man Tells His Own Tale (2016)