Exorcist: The Fallen (2014)
A family is caught in the war between good and evil when its daughter becomes possessed by a demon.
The Alibi (1937)
The Alibi (French: L'Alibi) is a 1937 French mystery film directed by Pierre Chenal and starring Erich von Stroheim, Albert Préjean and Jany Holt.
The film was shot at the Billancourt Studios and Epinay Studios in Paris. Location shooting took place at Trilport on the River Seine. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Eugène Lourié and Serge Piménoff
The film was well-received by critics on its release. It was released in the United States in April 1939 by Columbia Pictures.
Le Jour De La Grenouille (2012)
Two archaeologists are drawn together as they explore an important site.
La fille publique (2013)
A foster child forms an unwavering bond with her new family.
A man's family deteriorates after he loses his job.
The Sea Within (2007)
Ore Kadal is a 2007 Malayalam film written and directed by Shyamaprasad. The film examines the extra-marital relationship between an intellectual economist and a housewife. It stars Mammootty, Meera Jasmine, Narain and Ramya Krishnan.
Dead Body Man 2: Separation Anxiety (2005)
A man feels compelled to torture, murder and eat those he deems immoral.
The Three Little Pups (1953)
A lazy wolf targets Droopy and friends.
Eadweard Muybridge, Zoopraxographer (1975)
Eadweard Muybridge, Zoopraxographer is a 1975 documentary film directed by Thom Andersen about the English photographer Eadweard Muybridge.
In 2015, the United States Library of Congress selected the film for preservation in the National Film Registry, finding it "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
The Lucky Devil (1925)
The Lucky Devil is a 1925 American silent comedy drama film, also known as Lucky Devil, directed by Frank Tuttle, and released by Paramount Pictures.
Le sens de l'humour (2011)
A man and his girlfriend's son learn to appreciate each other.
Le schpountz (1999)
Le schpountz is a 1999 French film directed by Gérard Oury (a remake of the 1938 film Heartbeat by Marcel Pagnol). Irénée does not want to work in his uncle's grocery shop and spends his time dreaming of becoming an actor. Irénée's chance comes when a crew of movie makers came to his little village. Irénée begins to go overboard to get noticed, which earns him the traditional joke reserved to a "schpountz" (naive person): a phoney contract and a departure for Paris.
The Days Before (2013)
The lives of two children are changed by violence in Algiers.
Trust (and Other Lies We Tell Ourselves to Sleep at Night) (2017)
A young man goes on an adventure with a mysterious woman and her band of misfits.
Across the Mexican Line (1911)
During the Mexican Revolution, a Mexican spy falls in love with an American lieutenant.
City Lovers (1982)
A German geologist visiting South Africa falls in love with a young black woman, but racial laws mar their relationship.
Malaki: Scent of an Angel (2011)
Families suffer after loved ones go missing during the Lebanese War.
Cheerleader Queens (2003)
Four young men with a flair for drag leave their village to attend a catholic school in Bangkok. When the boys want to join the cheerleaders, they end up with the rugby team. Will they find acceptance, and a way to achieve their real goal?
Mondays At Racine (2012)
Mondays at Racine is a 2012 short documentary film directed by Cynthia Wade, about two sisters who open their Long Island hair salon to women diagnosed with cancer, every third Monday of the month. The film was nominated for the 2013 Academy Award for Best Documentary.
Zero in the System (2013)
Earl (Mike Simmons) intends to protect his neighborhood while pursuing revenge for the death of his sister. He meets Keisha, a single mother who struggles to raise her son, and tries to build a future with her by leaving his past behind.
Mirza Ghalib (1988)
Mirza Ghalib is an Indian biographical television drama series written and produced by poet Gulzar. The series was aired on Doordarshan National in 1988. The lead actor was Naseeruddin Shah who played the role of Mirza Ghalib, the famous classical Urdu and Persian poet from Mughal Empire during British colonial rule.
The series featured ghazals sung and composed by Jagjit Singh and Chitra Singh. Its music has since been recognised as Jagjit Singh and Chitra Singh's magnum opus enjoying a cult following in the Indian subcontinent.
Viaje redondo (2009)
Fer and Lucia casually meet at a bus stop, and circumstances force them to spend two nights together.
Intifada NYC (2009)
The principal from America's first Arabic language school fights to get her job back after a political firestorm.
Bilin My Love (2006)
A Palestinian village protests losing their land so Israel can build a wall.
Igor & the Cranes' Journey (2013)
An estranged father and son are brought closer as they trace a family of birds from Russia to Africa.
Road Reps (2008)
A sales rep begins a road trip across the country with three friends to beat his estranged wife to a client.
The House (1997)
The House (Lithuanian: Namai) is a 1997 French-Lithuanian drama film directed by Šarūnas Bartas. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.
Owning the Weather (2009)
Filmmaker Robert Greene examines scientific attempts to control the weather.
Willatuk: The Legend of Seattle's Sea Serpent (2010)
Reported sightings of a mysterious creature in Puget Sound and Lake Washington.
Kapitalism: Our Improved Formula (2010)
An imagined return of Ceausescu to Romania after 20 years.
A man (Roberto Garca Surez) uses a video camera to capture aspects of his daily life.
The Terrorizers (1986)
Terrorizers is a 1986 film by Taiwanese filmmaker Edward Yang.
During a vacation in the woods, a man tries to find his family who mysteriously disappear, while being hunted by a sadistic killer. His only clues are several alarm clocks which seem to tell him about a deadline to something he doesn't know. Full of gripping terror and featuring a shocking twist, Ritual is a thrill ride not to be watched alone.
Glitch In The Grid (2012)
An artist (Jay Masonek) reaches out to the divine when harsh economic reality creates a sense of spiritual oppression.
State 194 (2012)
In 2009, Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad launched a plan to demonstrate that his people were deserving of statehood, inspiring them to change their destiny and seek UN membership. Since then, they've made remarkable progress, but the political quagmire and Fayyad's recent resignation from office may destroy the most promising opportunity for peace in years.
Married And Counting (2013)
Two men celebrate 25 years together by setting out on a road trip and getting married in every state in which gay marriage is legal.
Teddy Bear (1981)
Teddy Bear is the English title of Miś, a 1980 cult Polish film directed by Stanisław Bareja. Teddy Bear, along with The Cruise (Rejs), was a reflection of contemporary Polish society using surreal humor to somehow get past the censorship at the time.
Trailer Park Boys: Countdown To Liquor Day (2009)
Back and wilder than ever, the sequel to the smash hit television and film comedy troupe, Trailer Park Boys, is finally here. When Ricky, Julian and Bubbles are finally released from jail, they return home to find their trailer park deserted. In an effort to save their home, they jump right back into a life of crime, and in a drunken haze wreak mayhem and hilarity wherever they go. This movie will leave you ripped, roaring and thirsting for more foul-mouthed comedy gold.
Barricade is a 2007 horror–splatter feature film directed by Timo Rose, written by Timo Rose and Ted Geoghegan, and starring American actors Raine Brown and Joe Zaso and Germany's André Reissig, Thomas Kercmar, Manoush, and Andreas Pape.
Join skiers and riders like Jossi Wells, Andy Mahre, JJ Thomas, and others as they shred the globe from the North Pole all the way down to the South Pole in Warren Miller’s Wintervention.
Red Shield (1991)
Two detectives face crises in their marriages while pursuing the leader of a band of heavily armed smugglers.
How You Look To Me (2005)
How You Look to Me is a 2005 American drama film directed by J. Miller Tobin and starring Frank Langella and Laura Allen.
Pleasures of the Damned (2005)
Private Investigator Jack Steele (Sean Tigert) tries to save Evelyn's brother from Satan-worshipping bikers who have raised zombie cult members.
The Scorpio Letters (1967)
Two British government agencies compete to smash a blackmailing ring headed by a man known as Scorpio.
The devil is on the loose in this action-packed comedy. It all starts when Chucho misses the deadline to reprise his role as the Devil in his church’s annual play. What ensues is an epic battle that will blur the line between good and evil, as Chucho fights for a coveted role.
When Ruoma Was Seventeen (2002)
An optimistic teenager (Li Min) falls for an older photographer (Yang Zhigang) who promises to take her to the big city.
Raymond Did It (2011)
Bryce is accidentally killed in a playground scuffle, and his friends decide to blame his mentally impaired older brother, Raymond, for his death. Sent to a state mental hospital, Raymond escapes after six years, seeking revenge.
The Big Punch (1948)
The Big Punch is an American drama boxing film released in 1948. The film was directed by Sherry Shourds and produced by Saul Elkins. It stars Gordon MacRae, Lois Maxwell, Wayne Morris, Mary Stuart and Eddie Dunn. It is considered to be an American film noir,and was MacRae's film debut, after signing a five-year contract with Warner Bros. Maxwell would become known later as Miss Moneypenny in the James Bond film series.
Jungle Raiders (1985)
Jungle Raiders, also known as Captain Yankee (in original Italian, La leggenda del rubino malese) is a 1985 Cannon Film. This film by Antonio Margheriti stars Christopher Connelly and Lee Van Cleef. The film was the third of three films Antonio Margheriti made in which he attempted to copy the success of Raiders of the Lost Ark (the first films he made were Hunters of the Golden Cobra and Ark of the Sun God).
The Magnificent Tati (2009)
Classic film clips and interviews with Jacques Tati experts capture the life and work of the noted French film- maker, from his Monsieur Hulot success through to the excess of Playtime.
Ciudad en rojo (2009)
The insurrection, rebel movement, and solidarity in Santiago de Cuba during the clandestine fight against the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista.
Fallen Arches (1998)
Fallen Arches is a 1998 crime film starring Richard Portnow, Karen Black, Ron Thompson, Peter Onorati, Tamara Braun, Carmine Giovinazzo, Louis Ferreira and written, produced and directed by Ron Cosentino.
A beautiful probation officer goes under cover to investigate the murder of her sister, exposing the dark side of Internet fantasy.
Sex and the College Girl (1964)
Sex and the College Girl (also known as The Fun Lovers) is a 1964 American comedy film directed by Joseph Adler and starring John Gabriel, Luana Anders and Charles Grodin.
Hare Conditioned (1945)
Hare Conditioned is a 1945 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes series. It was directed by Chuck Jones. It stars Bugs Bunny, who was voiced by Mel Blanc. The Stacey's (pun on Macy's) manager was voiced by Dick Nelson. The title is a play on "air conditioned"; before air conditioning became widely used, it was sometimes advertised as incentive for the public to visit department stores, where they could avoid the heat of a hot day and, ideally for the store, make purchases. Hare Conditioned was the second Bugs Bunny cartoon in the Looney Tunes series.
Merry-Go-Round is a 1923 American feature film directed by Erich von Stroheim and his replacement, Rupert Julian, starring Norman Kerry and Mary Philbin, and released by Universal Pictures. A copy of the film is held in a collection and it has been released on DVD.
Eldra is a 2003 British drama film directed by Timothy Lyn. It was selected as the British entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 75th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.
I Stand Corrected (2012)
Filmmaker Andrea Meyerson charts Jennifer Leitham's rise as a virtuoso of the upright bass and he decision to undergo sexual reassignment surgery.
Woman Without Piano (2010)
A Madrid housewife tries to find ways to escape from her mundane existence.
Lady of the Dark: Genesis of the Serpent Vampire (2011)
Eve (Melanie Denholme), an ordinary, married woman, lives an idyllic life until she is transformed into a ravenous killer with no mercy.
1 Message (2011)
Becca seems to have it all until she finds a lump in her breast. Her life is suddenly turned upside down -- her fiance leaves, her dream job is lost and she wants the cancer to kill her until a ray of hope empowers her to become a new person.
A Female Cabby in Sidi Bel-Abbes (2000)
As a working woman in Sidi Bel-Abbes, Algeria -- a city with a reputation for religious and political volatility -- Soumicha puts her life on the line every time she steps into her taxi to pick up another fare. As a widow with three children to support, Soumicha has no choice but to continue her dangerous profession, though she is not without her supporters -- mostly other women, who admire her for her courage. However, Soumicha is always under the constant threat of the extremists.
The Reception (2005)
The Reception is 2005 feature film by American director John G. Young who wrote and directed the movie.
New Year's Eve (1924)
New Year's Eve is a 1924 German silent Kammerspielfilm directed by Lupu Pick and written by Carl Mayer. It was filmed in 1923 and premiered in Berlin on January 4, 1924. The film is known to be one of the earliest examples of a kammerspielfilm and was innovative in its extensive use of "entfesselte Kamera", using tracking and gliding techniques as opposed to keeping the camera stationary. Like Pick's previous films, New Year's Eve does not use intertitles.
30 Days to Die (2009)
A group of girls gets trapped in an institution with a serial killer.
Making Grace (2004)
They had everything ... but sperm.
To Beat the Band (1935)
To Beat the Band is a 1935 American romantic comedy directed by Ben Stoloff using a screenplay by Rian James based on a story by George Marion, Jr. The film stars Hugh Herbert, Helen Broderick, Roger Pryor, and Fred Keating, and features Johnny Mercer in a small role. It was released by RKO Radio Pictures on November 8, 1935.
The World According to Sesame Street (2006)
The World According to Sesame Street is a 2006 documentary film created by Participant Productions, looking at the cultural impact of the children's television series Sesame Street, and the complexities of creating international adaptations. It focuses on the adaptations of Sesame Street in Bangladesh (Sisimpur), Kosovo (Rruga Sesam, in Albanian; and Ulica Sezam, in Serbian), and South Africa (Takalani Sesame). The film premiered at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival in the documentary competition.
The film was released on DVD on October 24, 2006. It was also featured that month on the public television documentary series Independent Lens.
The documentary included a segment featuring the introduction of an HIV-positive character on the South African version of Sesame Street, noting the short-lived negative reaction of some members of the U.S. Congress to the character.
Strangers in the House (1942)
The Strangers in the House (Les Inconnus dans la maison) is a 1942 French drama film by Henri Decoin after the novel by the same name by Georges Simenon in 1940.
A Useful Life (2010)
A Useful Life (Spanish: La vida útil) is a 2010 Uruguayan drama film about the love of film, directed by Federico Veiroj and shot in black-and-white. The film was selected as the Uruguayan entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards but it did not make the final shortlist.
Laugh and Get Rich (1931)
Laugh and Get Rich is a 1931 Pre-Code American comedy film, directed by Gregory La Cava, from a screenplay he also wrote with contributions from Douglas MacLean, who also was the associate producer, and Ralph Spence. The film stars Edna May Oliver, Hugh Herbert, and Russell Gleason, and revolves around the antics in a boarding house in the early 1930s, run by Oliver, and the complications caused by her husband.
Mount St. Elias (2009)
Three of the worlds best ski mountaineers, Axel Naglich, Peter Ressmann, and Jon Johnston take the challenge of skiing down the longest snow covered vertical drop in the world, Mount St. Elias, the North American K2.
Chain Gang (1950)
Chain Gang is a 1950 American drama film directed by Lew Landers, written by Howard J. Green and starring Douglas Kennedy as a newspaper reporter who goes undercover to expose political corruption and the exploitation of chain gang labour.
Ready, Willing and Able (1937)
Ready, Willing, and Able is a 1937 musical film starring Ruby Keeler and Ross Alexander. The director was Ray Enright. Songs in the movie were written by composer Richard A. Whiting and lyricist Johnny Mercer. The most successful song introduced in the movie was Too Marvelous for Words, which has become a standard.
A Dinner for Them to Meet (2007)
A Dinner for Them to Meet (Italian: La cena per farli conoscere) is a 2007 Italian comedy film directed by Pupi Avati.
The Film Student Movie (2015)
After being expelled for a tasteless final assignment, a former film school student (Hayden Currie) decides to write, direct and act in his self-proclaimed epic war film.
Eva & Leon (2015)
Eva & Leon (French title: L'Echappée Belle) is a 2015 French drama film written and directed by Émilie Cherpitel.
South Beach on Heels (2014)
The onstage, backstage and offstage lives of eight drag queens.
Collars and Cuffs (1923)
Collars and Cuffs is a 1923 silent comedy film starring Stan Laurel.
A Cycle of Songs (1928)
Florence Brady sings three numbers.
A guide and his daughter help an officer track an escapee in a mysterious forest.
Death at a Broadcast (1935)
Death at Broadcasting House, also known as Death at a Broadcast, is a 1934 British mystery film directed by Reginald Denham and starring Ian Hunter, Austin Trevor, Henry Kendall, and Jack Hawkins.
Ying xiong xue (1988)
A thief tries to change his criminal ways.
The Best Man Wins (1935)
When he decides to return home after many years, a compulsive gambler learns that his wife is making divorce plans.
Universal Ninjas (2012)
Bravo City is under attack from Mind Brain and his shadow walkers. The city's only hope is a kid named Skater, the first member of the Universal Ninja Team.
Life Is Strange (2014)
Life Is Strange is a 2012 American documentary film of interviews giving an oral history portrait of the life of pre-World War II European Jews by filmmaker Isaac Hertz. The film juxtaposes the childhood memories of interviewees with archival footage. Interviewees include Israeli president Shimon Peres, author Uri Orlev, academics, Nobel laureates, and friends of the filmmaker, Walter Kohn, Robert J. Aumann, Alain Jakubowicz, Sammy Grundwerg, Ron Samuels, Zachary Cirino, Chaim Hertz, Arianne Brown, Artem Zuev and Jean-Michel Guirao.
Land Without Music (1937)
Land Without Music is a 1936 British comedy film directed by Walter Forde and starring Richard Tauber, Diana Napier and Jimmy Durante. It was made at Denham Studios. The film was one of a number of operetta films made in Britain during the decade. The film is also known by the alternative title Forbidden Music in the United States.
Harry Knuckles and the Pearl Necklace (2004)
A valuable necklace has gone missing, and Harry Knuckles, AKA Special Agent Spanish Fly, is on the case. A new knuckle-dusting adventure from the award winning team that rewrote the gospel of Canadian filmmaking with JESUS CHRIST, VAMPIRE HUNTER.
In the Name of Love (1973)
Revolver (aka Blood in the Streets) is a poliziottesco film directed by Sergio Sollima and released in 1973. It stars Oliver Reed and Fabio Testi and the film's theme "Un Amico" which was scored by Ennio Morricone was also featured in Quentin Tarantino movie Inglourious Basterds (2009)
Gothic Vampires from Hell (2007)
A young band, an elusive record contract, and sultry music executives star in this sharp and sexy satire with music from Goth and Industrial icons. Gothic Vampires from Hell are a band looking for a their big break. Instead they find the sexy executives of Gotham Records who are not only ruthless bloodsucking businesswomen, but also ruthless bloodsucking vampires! Featuring the music from the legendary Christian Death, Electric Hellfire Club, Razed in Black, Switchblade Symphony, and more.
Damadamm! is a 2011 Bollywood romantic comedy film directed by Swapna Waghmare Joshi. The film stars Himesh Reshammiya opposite Sonal Sehgal and Purbi Joshi in lead roles. Reshammiya plays a script writer who is fed up of his girlfriend who always suspects him, though after she goes on holiday he openly parties and flirts with other girls. The real chaos starts once his girlfriend returns. The film released on 27 October 2011, received negative reviews from critics.
Night Dragon (2008)
A lawyer (Annette Kellow) learns that her lesbian lover (Imogen Church) is an assassin.
Body Without Soul (1996)
Body Without Soul is a 1996 documentary film about young boys in Prague working as prostitutes. The creator of the documentary, Wiktor Grodecki, interviews the boys, whose age ranges between 14-17, to find out more about their lives and how they got into the business. The film also explores the hopes and fears of the young men, they talk about their bodies and souls, money, their sexual orientation, AIDS, their dreams, and death.
Necropolis Awakened (2002)
Necropolis Awakened is a 2002 American action-horror film written and directed by Garrett White. It stars Duke White, Brandon White, and Garrett White in multiple roles. An evil corporation bent on world domination begins their genetic experimentation in a small Oregon town, but they find unexpected resistance from an alcoholic veteran.
Unlucky Monkey (1998)
A would-be bank robber (Shinichi Tsutsumi) gets his hands on stolen money and accidentally kills a beautiful hairdresser.
Before Hollywood, There Was Fort Lee, N.J. (1964)
A history of a town in New Jersey when it was the center of the film industry.
Doctors accuse three mothers of deliberately hurting their children to garner attention.
The Messenger's Box (2015)
A high school student finds a strange wooden box in the attic of his grandfather's antique store. He discovers that the box contains a mysterious power and begins to wonder where it came from.
The Gates of Vanity (2015)
A man (Eric Colvin) regrets his decision to offer sanctuary to a homeless man when he is taken captive and tortured.
Children of the Amazon (2008)
Brazilian photographer Denise Zmekhol returns to the Amazon after 15 years and discovers drastic changes to the region, including widespread poverty and environmental destruction.