LOL is a 2006 independent mumblecore film by Joe Swanberg that examines the impact of technology on social relations.
The Naked Feminist (2004)
The Naked Feminist is a 2004 documentary film about sex-positive feminist women working in the American pornography industry. It is the debut work of Australian film maker Louisa Achille and features interviews with Marilyn Chambers, Christi Lake, Ginger Lynn Allen, Chloe Nicole, Sharon Mitchell, Nina Hartley, Veronica Hart, Kylie Ireland, Annie Sprinkle and Candida Royalle. Some of these women were members of Club 90, an early support group of female porn performers, and all of them found their work in porn empowering.
The 58-minute-long film won an audience award at the South by Southwest Festival in 2004.
Whittle: The Jet Pioneer (2010)
The story of how Sir Frank Whittle invented the jet engine and shrank the world is one of the great dramas of the 20th century. 'Whittle - The Jet Pioneer' reveals the titanic struggle of a young aviator and engineer as the Nazis took Europe into total war. It was a race for air superiority between Germany and the Allies. Ultimately the young inventor became one of the most influential Britons of the 20th century with an invention that changed the face of our planet. Sir Frank Whittle's invention of the jet engine is an inspiring story with near tragic elements along the way. It starts in England and ends in the United States. Not only did his vision change the face of the earth, it now enables tens of millions of us to see what it actually looks like first hand. Unknowingly, Sir Frank Whittle made our planet smaller, impacting the development of a now global economy. His story also had its challenges. With Sir Frank Whittle telling his own story, the film includes exclusive interviews with veteran test pilot Captain Eric Brown and the German jet pioneer Hans von Ohain. Their accounts are mixed with fantastic wartime color archive of Sir Frank Whittle's first jet planes and more. It is a powerfully told story with a dramatic result. - THE AMERICAN CONNECTION - In 1941 Sir Whittle s turbojet was sent to Boston, Massachusetts to enable General Electric to build the first American jet engine. Whittle came over in 1942 to help on GE's jet program. Whittle fell in love with America and with an American girl. In 1976 he married her and moved to the United States, where he accepted the position of NAVAIR Research Professor at the U.S. Naval Academy. In August 1996, Sir Frank Whittle died of lung cancer at his home in Maryland. His spirit and his innovations, however, will live on forever.
Navy Blue And Gold (1937)
“Truck” Cross (James Stewart) is a hardworking midshipman, sworn to regain his father’s disgraced honor. Roger Ash (Robert Young) is a cynical, top-notch athlete hiding a heart of gold, and Richard Gates (Tom Brown) is the pampered but determined son of New York socialites. They are three very different young men who find themselves rooming together during their first year at the Naval Academy of Annapolis. Here they learn the real meaning of teamwork and competition as they lead the battle on and off the Navy’s fields of glory. Navy Blue and Gold is an engaging, heartwarming Hollywood tribute to one of America’s most hallowed institutions, from the opening kickoff to the final two-minute, tear-filled finale.
On Leave (2009)
Yotam came back from the army. He met his dad. He met his mom. He took his girlfriend for a ride. Yotam came back home, but something went wrong on the way. Gripping drama where silence shouts louder than words.
Lisa and the Devil (1973)
Lisa and the Devil (Italian: Lisa e il diavolo) is a 1973 Italian horror film directed by Mario Bava. The film was released in Spain as El diablo se lleva a los muertos (The Devil Carries the Dead). It had an ill-fated release in the US, where a heavily edited version completed with new scenes came out as The House of Exorcism with scenes directed by another filmmaker.
It stars Elke Sommer, Telly Savalas, and Alida Valli.
The story involves a young American tourist, who stays the night at the home of a family of Spanish aristocrats whose house is plagued by supernatural evil and dark secrets involving necrophilia. The US version includes new material that recasts the film as The Exorcist clone, with the main character possessed and recounting to the priest who's seeking to save her the story of how she became possessed.
Take a trip into the delirious world of IRONHORSE, a horror/musical unlike anything you've ever seen before. When a mad scientist creates a formula
that brings in-animate objects to life, two artists use it to bring their most wild creations into the real world. Unfortunately there are dire consequences for these two as their creations turn into murderous beasts, destroying everyone in their path. Featuring amazing special effects, IRONHORSE is a visual feast for the eyes you won't soon forget. Starring adult superstar Brittany O'Neil, Carl Crew (Blood Diner, Dahmer:The Secret Life) and Eric Lutes (Caroline in the City, Bram Stoker's the Mummy).
High Voltage (1929)
High Voltage (1929) is an American pre-Code film produced by Pathé Exchange and directed by Howard Higgin. The film stars William Boyd, Diane Ellis, Owen Moore, Phillips Smalley, Billy Bevan, and Carole Lombard in her feature-length "talkie" debut, billed as "Carol Lombard."
This film is in the public domain.
The Great Granny Revolution (2007)
The Great Granny Revolution (2008) is a documentary that highlights a Canadian group of grandmothers known as the Wakefield Grannies that offer moral support, help, and guidance to other grandmothers. The documentary follows a specific trip where the Wakefield Grannies go to South Africa and offer their grandmotherly wisdom to grandmothers facing unique and challenging modern day problems like raising a grandchild with AIDs. The documentary is a heart warming tale of the good side of the human spirit and is a compelling story that will be sure to inspire you.
The Great Bear Scare (1983)
This is an animated kids movie directed by Hal Mason. Originally a book, this classic animated movie is centered around a baby cub named Ted E. Bear. Little Ted E. Bear, embarks on a lonesome journey up the Monster Mountain. The local bears in Ted. E. Bear's town are all scared because they think there will be a monster invasion soon. A lot of the town's folk are planning to pack up their belongings and leave the city. On Ted E. Bear's journey, he courageously confronts everyone's fear and finds out that the monsters will leave them be as long as they aren't afraid.
Big News (1929)
Big News is a 1929 American Pre-Code film directed by Gregory La Cava, released by Pathé Exchange, and starring Robert Armstrong and Carole Lombard, billed as "Carol Lombard".
Crime Against Joe (1956)
Crime Against Joe is a 1956 American film noir crime film directed by Lee Sholem and written by Robert C. Dennis. The film stars John Bromfield, Julie London, Henry Calvin, Patricia Blair, Joel Ashley and Robert Keys. The film was released on March 21, 1956, by United Artists.
Mr. Wise Guy (1942)
Mr. Wise Guy is a 1942 American film starring The East Side Kids and directed by William Nigh.
Too Young to Die (2002)
A 73-year-old Korean confectionery vendor (Park Chi-gyu) and a 72-year-old folk musician (Lee Sun-ye) meet and fall in love.
A good man tries to repay every debt that others have placed on him.
Three fun-loving teenagers decide to leave their dull jobs in California and head north to Alaska's pipeline in search of romance and adventure.
The Dead Are Alive (1972)
The Dead Are Alive (Italian: L'etrusco uccide ancora / The Etruscan Kills Again) is an 1972 horror film by Italian director Armando Crispino. It was released in Germany as Das Geheimnis des Gelben Grabes (Mystery of the Gold Diggers), in France as Overtime, and in Spain as El dios de la muerte asesina otra vez.
MicroPlanet 3D (2012)
MicroPlanet is a documentary film that depicts the smaller things in our world. Using a specialized filming technique, viewers are able to see up close and personal the lives of insects and other small creatures, and how they must fight for their place in the hierarchy.
Maniac is a 1963 British psychological thriller, which was directed by Michael Carreras and stars Kerwin Mathews, Nadia Gray and Donald Houston.
Passion is a 1982 film by Jean-Luc Godard, and the second feature film made during his return to relatively mainstream filmmaking in the 1980s, sometimes referred to as the Second Wave. Like most of Godard's work from this period, Passion is shot in color with a 1.37 aspect ratio. Cinematographer Raoul Coutard, collaborating with Godard for the first time since 1967, won the Technical Grand Prize for cinematography at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival. The film had 207,294 admissions in France.
Four friends head to Vegas and meet female strippers at a remote location for a night of fun. However, they don't realize that the women work for an organ trafficker and that they are about to be stripped of theirs.
September 30, 1955 (1978)
September 30, 1955 (originally titled 9/30/55) is a 1977 drama film written and directed by James Bridges. Filming of this movie was delayed for a year after Richard Thomas broke his ankle. Thomas had never ridden a motorcycle before and was practicing when he had an accident resulting in the ankle injury. The original cast included some Arkansas actors, including the part of Eugene. Unfortunately, the delay in filming coincided with the young Arkansas actors' growth spurt and the part of Eugene had to be re-cast.
Black is a 2008 French blaxploitation film directed by Pierre Laffargue.
History Is Made at Night (1937)
History Is Made at Night is a 1937 romantic drama with elements of comedy and spectacle. It deals with a love triangle among a possessive shipping magnate, his beautiful wife, and a French headwaiter, with a spectacular ocean liner as a backdrop. Colin Clive plays the insanely jealous and homicidal husband, Bruce Vail. Jean Arthur is his wife, Irene, and Charles Boyer is Paul, the headwaiter with whom she falls in love. The film was produced by Walter Wanger and directed by Frank Borzage. Leo Carrillo portrays Paul's best friend, Cesare. The film has an amazing Titanic-like climax, when the ocean liner "SS Princess Irene" (named after Jean Arthur's character) strikes an iceberg on its maiden voyage. The Hindenburg is mentioned in dialogue, but not shown. The Vails are set to travel via the airship to Paris to testify in a court trial before changing plans. The Hindenburg disaster happened two months after the release of the film.
Walking to the Cage (2009)
Mixed Martial Arts is an incredibly demanding and brutal sport. Jeff, Coby, and Josh are three decidedly different individuals who have different motivations for their pursuit of a career in this sport.
Zatôichi's Flashing Sword (1964)
Zatoichi's Flashing Sword is a 1964 Japanese chambara film directed by Kazuo Ikehiro starring Shintaro Katsu as the blind masseur Zatoichi. It was originally released by the Daiei Motion Picture Company.
The Pie-Covered Wagon (1932)
Shirley Temple's first films were part of the "Baby Burlesque" theater in which young toddlers acted the parts of adults.
A Town Without Christmas (2001)
A Town Without Christmas is a made-for-TV movie, broadcast on CBS on December 16, 2001. The film was the first of a trilogy with subsequent sequels, Finding John Christmas (2003) and When Angels Come to Town (2004) also being aired on CBS. Peter Falk returned to play the role of the angel Max for both sequels.
Ancient Alien Question: From UFOs to Extraterrestrial Visitations (2012)
Join Philip Coppens, star of the History Channel's "Ancient Aliens" series, as he provides proof that UFO's helmed by Extraterrestrials from other worlds came to Earth millennia ago.
The Van Halen Story: The Early Years (2003)
The Van Halen Story: The Early Years chronicles the rise of four young musicians from their formative years to their transformation into a worldwide phenomenon.
42nd Street Forever, Volume 5: The Alamo Drafthouse Edition (2009)
Fish and Chips, the animated series tells the stories of two antagonistic characters, young impressionable “Fish” and his mischievous, lifelong enemy “chips” as they tear across both land and sea in these exciting adventures.
Found Footage Festival Volume 6: Live in Chicago (2012)
Fish and Chips, the animated series tells the stories of two antagonistic characters, young impressionable “Fish” and his mischievous, lifelong enemy “chips” as they tear across both land and sea in these exciting adventures.
Ghost Hunt: Paranormal Encounter at Burlington County Prison (2012)
Is the Burlington County Prison Museum haunted by the spirits of executed prisoners? A group of paranormal enthusiasts entered the Burlington County Prison, in Mount Holly, New Jersey, and the answer is revealed in this shocking documentary.
Bob Saget: That's What I'm Talkin' About (2013)
In "That's What I'm Talkin’ About," Bob Saget tells his favorite dirty jokes, and stories of his dad, the guy who made him like this. He also pulls out a guitar for some songs that will make you roll in the aisles.
Tim Allen: Men Are Pigs (1990)
In "Men are Pigs" , you'll see the groundwork for Tim Allen's successful show, "Home Improvement". With is signature grunts, Tim proves men are pigs as he discusses family and the differences between women and men.
Filmmaker Daniel T. Skaggs spends a year documenting the people who still ride in America's freight trains.
El eco del miedo (2012)
Luis cruza una difícil situación económica. Con la muerte de su madre, hereda una casa en otra ciudad y decide enviar a su familia por delante. Al llegar descubren una muñeca escondida en la casa, alterando la paz de un espíritu que habita el lugar.
Medal of Honor: The History (2014)
Narrated by Gary Sinise, this documentary illustrates how the Medal of Honor rose from a decoration no one wanted, to becoming the nation’s highest honor. The film is the first time a history of the medal has been assembled anywhere.
American Jihadist (2010)
The motivations of soldiers willing to kill and die for God.
I Want To Be An American (2013)
In the spirit of the surrealist parlor game Exquisite Corpse, seven filmmakers join together to make a global independent filmmaking experience.
Tyler "The Fuse" Draven, a former football star in prison, learns he has the ability to create fire using his mind, and uses his newfound powers to get revenge on everyone who has wronged him.
Good fences (2003)
Good Fences, starring Whoopi Goldberg, Danny Glover, Ryan Michelle Bathe Ashley Archer and Mo'Nique, is a made-for-TV movie that debuted in 2003. It is about the stresses of prejudice on an upwardly mobile black family in 1970s Greenwich, Connecticut. Danny Glover plays the overworked, stressed husband and Whoopi plays his steadfast wife; she won an Image Award for her role.
A Girl And A Gun (2013)
Female gun enthusiasts share their stories about how gun ownership has changed their lives and enabled them to feel empowered.
Greetings is a 1968 film directed by Brian De Palma. A satirical film about men avoiding the Vietnam War draft, it features a young Robert De Niro in his first major role.
It was the first film to receive an X rating by the MPAA, although it was later given an R rating.
De Niro reprised the character of Jon Rubin in the 1970 film Hi, Mom! also directed by De Palma. The film was entered into the 19th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won a Silver Bear award.
Wodehouse In Exile (2013)
In 1941, PG Wodehouse was released from internment in Germany and persuaded by the German Foreign Office to record five infamous broadcasts to the USA, wittily relating his experiences of camp life. What had been a hit with his fellow internees was met with anger back in England. He had become a pawn in one of the biggest propaganda battles of the war between Germany and the Allies.
All For Liberty (2009)
In 1776, massive taxation and unpunished crimes against his neighbors push a well-respected South Carolina farmer (Clarence Felder) to rebel against the British.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1981)
Mark Twain's boy hero (Kurt Ida) cavorts with Tom Sawyer (Dan Monahan) and rafts the Mississippi with runaway slave Jim (Brock Peters).
Coach, released in 2009 and directed by Joram Lursen, is a fun filled drama through and through. The movie starts off with Susanna Van Meeteren, a Dutch saleswoman, trying to venture out to her next and newest hobby. This hobby of hers was trying to set up a big brother/sister program; however Susanna soon finds that she messed up with that to begin with by accidently choosing to big brother a boy.
The boy, Soukri, has a love for acting that Susana encourages, yet Soukri knows his father would never approve and therefore keeps this a secret and remains cautious about his passion becoming known. During this time Soukri starts getting tutoring lessons from a girl named Sophie who he develops feelings for. However this soon goes sour as soon as Sophieâs father finds out about Soukriâs love for her Sophieâs father moves them both out and therefore away from Soukri.
DNA is a 1997 American science fiction action horror film starring Mark Dacascos and Jürgen Prochnow, and directed by William Mesa. Filming took place in the Philippines. The film was retitled ADN - La menace for its French DVD release, and Scarabée for its television showing. It is also known as Genetic Code in some areas of Europe.
The Beyond (1981)
The Beyond (Italian: L'aldilà, also released as 7 Doors of Death) is a 1981 Italian horror film directed by Lucio Fulci. The second film in Fulci's unofficial Gates of Hell trilogy (along with City of the Living Dead and The House by the Cemetery), The Beyond has gained a cult following over the decades. The film's gore-filled murder sequences were heavily censored when the film was originally released in the United States in 1983.
Death Drums Along the River (titled Sanders in the USA) is a 1963 British-German international co-production, using the characters from Edgar Wallace's 1911 novel Sanders of the River and Zoltán Korda's 1935 film based on the novel, but placed in a totally different story. Filmed on location in South Africa, it features Richard Todd and Marianne Koch leading a cast of British, German and South African actors. The film was the first feature film of British producer Harry Alan Towers.
The Detourist (2014)
This is an Amazon Studios test movie, a rough draft of a film. Charlie thought his biggest challenge was finding a job...until he finds a GPS device with the location of a priceless stolen artifact. Will Charlie's Hawaiian adventure to find this treasure with his family solve his problems? We'd love your thoughts on this story. Let us know (and learn more about test movies) at Amazon.com/TestMovies.
The Eyes Of Edward James (2006)
Entirely shot in first person point of view, The Eyes of Edward James explores a hypno-therapy session from the point of view of a patient, Edward, as he attempts to discover the truth about an event so horrible he has suppressed it from his memory.
The Hunting of the Snark (2015)
Strange individuals embark on a quest to capture a beast known as the Snark.
The Last Man on Earth (2014)
When aliens land on Earth to find a man with huge relational problems, the reaction caused by their arrival ranges from racism to bizarre mystic-religious interpretations. (Italian with English subtitles)
The Most Unromantic Man in the World (2006)
Documentary filmmakers visit the home of an insensitive slob (David Lumby) and his frustrated wife (Yvonne Tansley).
The Police Tapes (1977)
The Police Tapes is a 1977 documentary about a New York City police precinct in the South Bronx. The original ran ninety minutes and was produced for public television; a one-hour version later aired on ABC.
The Science of Healing with Dr. Esther Sternberg (2009)
Author and medical researcher Dr. Esther Sternberg examines the role the brain plays in healing.
Reach Your Limits (2015)
The story follows the best Bulgarian mountain runner Kiril Nikolov, known as Disl, who attempted to set a new record - to run through the longest Bulgarian mountain route, Kom-Emine (600 km), in fewer than 5 days.
This heartwarming romance finds Amy (Krysten Ritter of VERONICA MARS and BREAKING BAD) as a young woman raising her two, slightly younger, but overly needy siblings. Amy has to balance her personal life with her responsibilities. But when Sam (Brian Geraghty of BOARDWALK EMPIRE and TRUE BLOOD), a young handsome stranger rolls into town, he becomes entrenched in the family while he and Amy, against all odds, begin to create a life they never thought possible.
Robin Hood (2013)
A long time ago, in a faraway land, legend tells an extraordinary tale of courage and friendship.... Get ready for swashbuckling adventure, unforgettable characters, memorable music, and lots of laughs in Disney's ROBIN HOOD. Heroic Robin Hood -- along with his trusted companion Little John and his devoted band of merry men -- conjures up one famously funny and daring deed after another to outfox greedy Prince John and bring happiness to the residents of Sherwood Forest.
Seeking Wellness: Suffering Through Four Movements (2008)
SEEKING WELLNESS is a multi-award winning feature length conceptual video narrative. SEEKING WELLNESS is comprised of a series of four vignettes exploring ideas related to victimization, recovery and empathy. SEEKING WELLNESS had its world premiere at The Filmstock International Film Festival in England and went on to win The Special Jury prize at MUFF.
Shadows in the Distance (2015)
A chance encounter leads to a passionate affair.
Signature Sounds: The Music of WWE (2014)
Music has been integral to WWE history, especially anthems for all the greatest WWE Superstars. These are the songs that let the WWE Universe know that business is about to pick up. Now, count down the timeless anthems of WWE and its Superstars.
Ski Wolf (2008)
Sonny Chiba's Dragon Princess (1976)
Dragon Princess aka Sonny Chiba's Dragon Princess is a 1976 Japanese karate revenge film directed by Yutaka Kohira.
Spaceship Terror (2011)
Five women and a man are picked up by a derelict ship after they become marooned on a deserted planet. They soon become victims to a deranged killer with an insane blood lust.
Speed for Thespians (2000)
Love and betrayal are central themes in Anton Chekhov's play The Bear. In this film adaptation, art and life intersect as the play is performed before an audience of unsuspecting commuters on an in-service NYC bus.
The Spirit of West Point (1947)
The Spirit of West Point is a 1947 American drama film directed by Ralph Murphy and written by Tom Reed. The film stars Doc Blanchard, Glenn Davis, Robert Shayne, Anne Nagel, Alan Hale Jr., George O'Hanlon, Michael Browne and Tanis Chandler. The film was released on October 4, 1947, by Film Classics.
State of Play: Trophy Kids (2013)
The growing obsession of parents in the scholastic athletic competition of their children is the focus of this installment in HBO Sports innovative documentary series.
Steve Phoenix: The Untold Story (2012)
Jack Sparks is a reporter for his public access TV program "The Untold Story" on cable, channel 23, for his native fishtown neighborhood. Jack receives an anonymous tip on "the really big untold story," he jumps at the opportunity to investigate, and breaks out of his normal routine. He discovers this band called Steve Phoenix.
Strauss I and II: Dance and Dream - A Night in Vienna (2013)
This entertaining video comprises the enjoyable dance performance A Night in Vienna, a one-hour celebration of the music of the Johann Strausses; father and son.
STREAMS in the DESERT Discovering God's Call (2015)
Aboard a passenger train en route from Los Angeles to Chicago, a Christian movie actress meets an elderly woman who shares her life story.
An innocent young woman is wrongfully accused of murdering her mother and sentenced to death, in a campy homage to the genre of women in prison.
SXSW Comedy with W. Kamau Bell: Part 2 (2015)
Stand-up W. Kamua Bell hosts the hottest comics at the SXSW festival in the second of this two-part showcase featuring Todd Glass, Wyatt Cenac, Iliza Shlesinger, Rachel Feinstein, Nate Bargatze, Matt Braunger and Beth Stelling.
Take It All (1964)
À tout prendre (released as All Things Considered in English Canada and as Take It All in the United States) is a Canadian drama film, directed by Claude Jutra and released in 1963. His first film made outside the National Film Board, the film was a semi-autobiographical portrait of Jutra's own life, focusing on his romantic relationship with actress and model Johanne Harrelle, and his struggle to accept his own homosexuality.
Both Jutra and Harrelle played themselves in the film. Notably, the film version of Jutra commits suicide at the end of the film in virtually the same manner, drowning himself in the St. Lawrence River, in which Jutra himself would eventually commit suicide in 1986 after being diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's. The film's cast also includes Victor Désy, Tania Fédor, Guy Hoffmann, Monique Joly, Monique Mercure, Patrick Straram and François Tassé, as well as brief cameo appearances by Anne Claire Poirier and François Truffaut.
Considered a landmark film in the history of Quebec and Canadian cinema, the film won Best Picture at the 1964 Canadian Film Awards.
When Jake is traumatized by the sudden death of his girlfriend, his mental state leads him to question reality.
The Strangers (2015)
Two taciturn individuals, disconnected and detached from life, walk through the world without passion or ambition. Through a worldly absurdity, these two strangers' lives connect in the most unlikely of ways.
The Town Inside (2014)
A family struggles to survive after a viral outbreak spreads rapidly and leaves food and water hard to find. When an infected neighbor comes looking for help, the struggle to survive and remain human becomes more difficult.
The Untidiness of the Heart (2013)
Anna Davati is a woman who answers a job advertisement published in a newspaper by Carlo Silvio, a writer of about forty-five who became blind after gaining international recognition after publishing only three books. He seeks someone to take care of his library, but says his secretary must be ugly. Anna is a beautiful woman, but is hired, and a rather complicated coexistence between them unfolds.
The Visitor (2014)
An omniscient ghost of a tormented young girl wanders through the streets of three different cities. Her presence in a diverse collection of households leads the residents to become more aware of their most troubling past experiences. The lonely ghost connects with each resident in ways that only seem like premonitions. The emotions and thoughts that are exposed help the ghost to find her way out of an eternal sentence in purgatory and aimless wandering.
The Way the World Ends (2012)
In this short, a couple wakes up to discover that the natural world has regressed, leaving nothing behind but the wiped out canvas of earth, dotted only by sidewalks, billboards and roads. However, everyone else is going about life as usual.
The Wiggles: Wiggly Safari (2002)
Every safari needs a guide. After all, there are lots of animals in Australia. So, who better to lead The Wiggles on an animal adventure than the Crocodile Hunter himself?!
They Call Me Superseven (2016)
A masked crimson avenger (Jerry Kokich) and his reluctant partner (Olivia Dunkley) battle villains, femmes fatales, monsters, aliens, henchmen, assassins, and criminal masterminds.
Trax: The Evolution of Snow Bikes (2015)
Trax “Evolution of snow bikes” will inspire most any adventure enthusiast while providing you with an in depth look at the history of the “Snow Bike” sport and beyond.
Urban Nightmare (2003)
The VOODOO DOGS terrorize the hood, performing weird rituals and slaughtering their victims. A COP returns from the dead, taking horrific revenge!
Three women find themselves blackmailed by a mysterious figure into sleeping with three men on a vacation from hell. If they don't agree, their powerful lives will be ruined.
Watchers 4: On the Edge (2012)
L.A. Marzulli continues with Dr. Leir's latest implant tests, and on to Texas where we probe into the Nephilim. The latest Torah Codes, as well as an exclusive interview with Jonathan Daniels from the Knesset, and finally -- what it is like to die and go to hell?
Ada for Mayor (2016)
Filmmaker Pau Faus follows activist Ada Colau from her time organizing the anti-eviction fight in Barcelona to the day she is sworn in as mayor.
Young Desire (1930)
Young Desire is a 1930 American drama film directed by Lewis D. Collins and written by Winifred Reeve, C. Gardner Sullivan and Matt Taylor. The film stars Mary Nolan, William Janney, Ralf Harolde, Mae Busch, George Irving and Claire McDowell. The film was released on June 8, 1930, by Universal Pictures.
Tout Baigne! (1999)
A torrential downpour traps an unlucky couple in their home.
Le puits aux trois vérités (1961)
Three Faces of Sin (French: Le Puits aux trois vérités) is a 1961 French language motion picture comedy directed by François Villiers, based on novel by Jean-Jaques Gauthier. The music score is by Maurice Jarre. The film stars Michèle Morgan, Jean-Claude Brialy, Catherine Spaak and Scilla Gabel.
It tells the story of a painter who parts from his mistress and marries her daughter.
Comment Yukong déplaça les montagnes (1976)
How Yukong Moved the Mountains (French: Comment Yukong déplaça les montagnes) is a 1976 French documentary film directed by Joris Ivens. This film, whose title references the old Chinese story of an old man who moved the mountains (Yugong Yishan), deals with the last days of the Cultural Revolution. At 763 min it is one of the longest films by running time.
Himmel Oder Hölle (1990)
A woman's perfect relationship crumbles when detectives come looking for her boyfriend.
Forgotten Tales (2016)
Three tales of serial killers and ghosts.
Le grimoire d'Arkandias (2014)
A boy discovers a magical book that allows him to make a ring of invisibility.
A comedian kidnaps a singer and keeps him in his apartment.
Meet Me in Venice (2015)
A woman travels to Venice, Italy, to finally meet her absentee father.
An out-of-work actor and a depressed boutique employee have a difficult time communicating with each other.
Uninvited: Marcelo Burlon (2017)
A history of the public and private life of Marcelo Burlon.