The Soup, One Morning (2005)

Shizu realizes her lover has become a stranger when he comes home rambling about the karmic life.

For the Defense (1930)

For the Defense is a 1930 Pre-Code crime drama film starring William Powell as a lawyer whose ethics are challenged when the woman he loves hits and kills a pedestrian while out driving with another suitor.

Lorna the Exorcist (1974)

Lorna the Exorcist is a 1974 French horror film directed by Jesús Franco.

Edmund Kean: Prince Among Lovers (1924)

Kean, ou Désordre et génie is a 1924 French drama film directed by Alexandre Volkoff, and starring Ivan Mosjoukine as the actor Edmund Kean. It is an adaptation of the 1836 play Kean by Alexandre Dumas.

Let's Make Money (2008)

Let’s Make Money is an Austrian documentary by Erwin Wagenhofer released in 2008. It is about aspects of the development of the world wide financial system, claiming that elitists economically exploit the rest of society, especially in the developing world, but also in western nations.

Angel in Love (2005)

With the help of other celestial beings and angel falls in love with a therapist.

Brothers Hypnotic (2014)

The sons of Phil Cohran have to choose between becoming stars or following their father's principles.

Of Dolls And Murder (2012)

Of Dolls and Murder is a documentary film about a collection of dollhouse crime scenes and society's collective fascination with death. It was released in April 2012.

This Ain't No Mouse Music (2014)

Chris Strachwitz of Arhoolie Records collects examples of American's musical roots, accumulating an unparalleled catalog of blues, Cajun, Tex-Mex and other genres.

Crossing Hennessy (2010)

Crossing Hennessy is a 2010 Hong Kong film directed by Ivy Ho. It was filmed from March to May 2009, and stars Jacky Cheung and Tang Wei. It is a remake of Crossing Delancey (1988).

Evil - In the Time of Heroes (2009)

Greece dives into the gnashingly popular zombie apocalypse sub-genre with EVIL IN THE TIME OF HEROES as an epic Greek action-horror-comedy zombie film that requires little introduction. An ancient evil has transformed the population of modern-day Athens into flesh-hungry undead—just as it did nearly 3,000 years earlier. A rag-tag group of four survivors—a taxi driver, a pair of hot-blooded soldiers, and a doctor—must shoot, stab, decapitate, vivisect, impale and just plain bulldoze their way through swarms of insatiable zombies, not to mention a bunch of nasty, degenerate humans. They receive some unexpected help from the ancient world in the form of immortal cloaked hero Prophitis (Titanic’s Billy Zane, in anObi-Wan Kenobi-like guest appearance!), who arrives to randomly slice and dice the zombie horde and impart the wisdom of the ages upon the surviving humans.

Hierro (2009)

Hierro is a 2009 psychological thriller directed by Gabe Ibáñez and starring Elena Anaya, Kaiet Rodríguez, Bea Segura, and Andrés Herrera.

Postal Inspector (1936)

Postal Inspector is a 1936 American film directed by Otto Brower.

We Are Poets (2012)

In the digital age, members of a group of British teenagers define themselves through poetry.

Bad Day to Go Fishing (2009)

Bad Day to Go Fishing (original title, Mal día Para Pescar) is a Spanish-Uruguayan film directed by Álvaro Brechner and released in 2009. The film stars Gary Piquer, Jouko Ahola, Antonella Costa and Cesar Troncoso. It was screened as part of the official selection of the Critics Week at 2009 Cannes Film Festival. The screenplay was written by Álvaro Brechner in collaboration with Gary Piquer, and was adapted from a short story by the Uruguayan writer Juan Carlos Onetti. The film tells the story of a strongman and his crafty manager, who tour small South American towns staging wrestling matches. Arriving in Santa Maria, they are met with uncommon enthusiasm by the locals, snowballing into a major challenge to their livelihood and their friendship.

Mozzarella Stories (2011)

Mozzarella Stories is a 2011 Italian neo noir-comedy film written and directed by Edoardo De Angelis. It was entered into the main competition at the 38th São Paulo International Film Festival.

Pablo Picasso: The Legacy of a Genius (1981)

Fellow artists, close relatives and historians speculate and provide insight about Picasso's 13 key artworks.

Pappu Can't Dance Saala (2011)

Bickering neighbors are forced to share the same apartment.

Aag (1948)

Aag (Hindi: आग; English: Fire) is a 1948 Bollywood film which is produced, directed by and stars Raj Kapoor. The film marked the debut of Raj Kapoor as producer and director and was the first film produced by his R.K. Banner. Nargis, Premnath, Nigar Sultana and Kamini Kaushal also starred in supporting roles. Raj Kapoor's youngest brother Shashi Kapoor appeared as a child artist in this film playing the younger version of his character (Kewal). This was the first film in which Raj Kapoor and Nargis appeared together.

Nadodikkattu (1987)

Nadodikattu is a 1987 Indian Malayalam-language satirical comedy film directed by Sathyan Anthikkad and written by Sreenivasan based on a story by the Siddique–Lal duo. The story revolves around two impecunious young Indian men, Ramdas (Mohanlal) and Vijayan (Sreenivasan) who not being able to find any job in Kerala, plan to immigrate to Dubai to make their fortunes, but get deceived and end up in the neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu. Nadodikattu drew upon relevant social factors affecting Kerala of the 1980s such as widespread unemployment and poverty.

Cuban Rebel Girls (1959)

Cuban Rebel Girls is a 1959 semi-dramatic documentary B movie, notable for being the last on-screen performance of Errol Flynn. He stars with his girlfriend of the time, Beverly Aadland. It was written and narrated by Flynn, who was sympathetic to the Cuban revolution being led by Fidel Castro in its early phase.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair (2019)

Two youngsters enlist the aid of fairy-tale beings when they journey to a magical kingdom to rescue an imprisoned prince.

Camp Blood (2000)

Camp Blood is a 1999 direct-to-video slasher film written and directed by Brad Sykes. It was followed by four official sequels and one unofficial film entitled Within the Woods. Camp Blood stars Jennifer Ritchkoff as a young woman who travels to a deserted camp with her friends, only to find themselves at the mercies of a killer clown. The movie had a home video release in April 4, 2000 and was released to DVD in 2002.

The Corpse Grinders 3 (2012)

Lotus Cat Food is under new management again, and the recipe is better than ever before – or at least less toxic, we hope.

The Little Things (2013)

The Little Things is an indie-rom-com with a supernatural twist. Supported by an alternative soundtrack it tells the story of a girl named Dee (AFI Nominated Actress Kathryn Beck), who believes she has a gift that can alter people destinies, provided she never leaves her house. However, when her powers are threatened by the possibility of eviction her only hope is the first love and life she effected with her gift, Mitch. (Chris Hillier) But he may not be so willing to help when he finds out his entire life has been manipulated all along.

The Mystery Squadron (1933)

The Mystery Squadron (1933) is an American Pre-Code 12-episode Mascot movie serial, and is one of the earlier serials to feature extensive aviation sequences.

The Rugby Player (2013)

Filmmaker Scott Gracheff explores the unique bond between United Flight 93 passenger Mark Bingham and his mother, Alice, a former United Airlines flight attendant.

And You Belong (2013)

The music of electro hip hop act Scream Club.

Secret Agent Super Dragon (1966)

Secret Agent Super Dragon (also known as New York chiama Superdrago, which translates as New York calls Superdragon) is a 1966 French, Spanish and Italian international co-production Eurospy film, directed by Giorgio Ferroni and starring Ray Danton as the titular secret agent. The film was later mocked and riffed on Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K). Filmed in Amsterdam but set in Michigan, the film was released in the United States by United Screen Arts, a company created by actor Dale Robertson as a double feature with The One Eyed Soldiers.

Dom v sugrobakh (1928)

The House in the Snow-Drifts is a 1928 Soviet drama film directed by Fridrikh Ermler. The story is set in Petrograd in 1919 and follows an unemployed musician who tries to help his sick wife.

Crazy Horse (2011)

A look inside the greatest and most chic nude dancing hall in the world.

The Contender (1944)

The Contender is a 1944 American film directed by Sam Newfield. The film is also known as Challenger (American TV title)

Escuela normal (2012)

Filmmaker Celina Murga returns to the school she attended as a child in Argentina to record the daily lives of students.

The Troublemaker (1965)

The Troublemaker is a film directed by Theodore J. Flicker that premiered at the Beekman Theater in New York City on June 22, 1964. Flicker co-wrote the script with Buck Henry; both men appear as actors in the film. The humor was based on The Premise, a Greenwich Village-based comedy troupe Flicker created that he and Henry both participated in.

Target Of Opportunity (2005)

A former CIA agent (Dean Cochran) jumps into action to save a friend (Todd Jensen) from a Balkan prison.

Convict's Code (1939)

A man is framed and sent to prison for a crime he didn't commit. When he is let out on limited parole, he sets out to clear his name and find the real criminals.

Willets Point (2010)

Guillo and Doris wade through life's difficulties and battle marital problems.

Pinocchio (1976)

Pinocchio is a 1976 made-for-TV musical starring Sandy Duncan in the title role and Danny Kaye as Geppetto. It was first broadcast March 27, 1976 on CBS and rerun on April 18, 1977.

Still Looking for Morphine (2001)

An act of violence turns a girl into a woman and leads her to a new life.

Creepies (2003)

Deadly spiders are accidentally unleashed from a top-secret military installation. Army specialists and Tanks are called in to exterminate the deadly predators, but the outbreak is worse than expected. Weapons of mass destruction have little or no effect on the venomous spiders. Civilians are strangled with spider webs and eaten alive. The Military in a desperate effort to eradicate the killer spiders, decide to demolish the entire city. Creepies features an all-star cast, including Vincent Bilancio (Sorority House Massacre), Carl Washington (KillJoy), Joe Haggerty (Zombie Chronicles), Garrett Clancy (Camp Blood 2), Jeff Ryan (Aquanoids) and a formidable army of giant killer spiders with astounding special effects.

Operation Dunaj (2009)

A Polish soldier (Przemyslaw Bluszcz) and his fellow comrades befriend Czechs in a small-town tavern.

Taxi, Mister (1943)

Taxi, Mister is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Kurt Neumann and written by Earle Snell and Clarence Marks. The film stars William Bendix, Grace Bradley, Joe Sawyer, Sheldon Leonard, Joe Devlin, Jack Norton, Frank Faylen, Mike Mazurki, Sig Arno, Clyde Fillmore, Jimmy Conlin, Lew Kelly and Iris Adrian. The film was released on April 16, 1943, by United Artists.

Acid Factory (2009)

Acid Factory is a paranoid thriller Hindi film directed by Suparn Verma under the banner of White Feather Films. The film released on 9 October 2009. The movie is a remake of 2006 Hollywood thriller Unknown.

Iron Doors (2010)

Iron Doors is a 2010 German 3D thriller film directed by Stephen Manuel.

Uncle Vanya (1963)

Uncle Vanya is a 1963 British film adaptation of the work Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov. The film was directed by Stuart Burge. It was a filmed version of the Chichester Festival production, directed by (and starring) Laurence Olivier as Astrov, and also starring Michael Redgrave (Vanya), Rosemary Harris (Elena), and Joan Plowright (Sonya).

China Power: Art Now After Mao (2009)

A history of contemporary art reveals its key movements and events in China.

Do No Harm (2009)

Two men, Dr. John Bagnato and accountant Charles Rehberg, come under attack when they try to expose questionable practices toward uninsured patients at a Georgia hospital.

Journey Among Women (1977)

Journey Among Women is a 1977 film directed by Tom Cowan.

Whisky mit Wodka (2009)

An unreliable film star gets a local actor as an understudy, causing comic situations.

The Price of Silence (1959)

An ex-con tries to make a fresh start, but an extortionist from his past emerges to stifle his good intentions.

Old Dog (2011)

Despite pressure from thieves and even his own son, an old Tibetan farmer refuses to sell his canine companion.

Deceitful (2013)

Robert (Terry Savage) and Julian (Sal Vance) plan on selling their family's multimillion dollar business without telling their partner, Isaac (Fredro Starr). As the backstabbing and lies mount, the three fight for money and love.

Truth Unspoken (2009)

Jay (Christopher Howard) and Tracy (Ebony J. Lewis) argue with each other after Jay learns the truth about his girlfriend.

A Sea Dog's Tale (1926)

An island king kidnaps a man to marry his daughter.

Prince of the Sun (1990)

Bencheuk protects a Buddhist boy from villians who want to stop his ascension as Prince of the Sun.

The Fatal Glass of Beer (1933)

Field’s prodigal son returns to his parents’ snowbound cabin in the Yukon, where he is welcomed with open arms.

A Novel Romance (2011)

A Novel Romance is a 2011 comedy-drama film about a chance meeting between two strangers that leads the unlikely pair to become roommates, and despite their differences, the two eventually realize that they have spent all their lives waiting for one another. The film is produced by Morris S. Levy and directed by Allie Dvorin. It stars Steve Guttenberg, Milena Govich and Shannon Elizabeth, with cinematography by Jon Miguel Delgado, editing by Glenn Conte, and a musical score by Michelangelo Sosnowitz.

Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baaki Hai (2012)

Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai, earlier known as Amar Joshi Shahid Ho Gaya, is a 2012 Bollywood comedy film directed by Rajnish Thakur and produced by Narendra Singh. The film stars Sunil Shetty, Udita Goswami, Rajpal Yadav, and Om Puri in lead roles amongst others. The film's title is adapted from a scene of Om Shanti Om featuring Shahrukh Khan saying "Picture abhi baki hai, mere dost " apparently.

Going Back (1986)

Going Back is Bruce Campbell's second feature film, produced shortly after The Evil Dead and released in 1983. The film had been extremely rare to acquire for a number of years, due to contract disputes between the director, producer, and the bankrupt original distributor. It was finally re-released on DVD in October 2006. The DVD release features an additional audio commentary track by Campbell, director Ron Teachworth, and cinematographer John Prusak.

A Good Band Is Easy to Kill (2005)

A chronicle of the band as it goes on tour for the final time in 2003.

Muqabla (1993)

Muqabla is 1993 Hindi film directed by T. Rama Rao, starring Aditya Pancholi, Govinda, Karishma Kapoor and Paresh Rawal. Other cast includes Shakti Kapoor, Asrani, Aruna Irani and Farah Naaz. It is a remake of the 1992 Telugu film Police Brothers, starring Vinod Kumar, Charan Raj and Roja.

The Idiot Cycle (2009)

The Idiot Cycle is a 2009 French-Canadian documentary which alleges that six major chemical companies are responsible for decades of cancer causing chemicals and pollution, and also develop cancer treatments and drugs. It also argues these companies own the most patents on genetically modified crops that have never been tested for long term health impacts like cancer.

The Legend of John Henry (1974)

John Henry competes against a steam engine.

Ghost Mother (2007)

Nothing will stop her from protecting her children. Not even her murder. When a woman becomes the guardian of her late brother’s kids, she meets the same grisly end as he did–but she’s not letting death detain her from her motherly duties.

D'Agostino (2012)

Something volcanic is erupting at the caldera.

Princess Lillifee (2009)

A magical fairy princess has adventures in the land of Pinkovia.

The Monkey Mission (1981)

Second (out of three) made-for-TV Joe Dancer movie has the hard-boiled private eye teaming up with a chimpanzee, named Gregor, and the trainer Jimmy Papadopolous, who happens to be an expert sneak thief, against an electronics genisus of questionable reputs, named Stump Harris, to steal back a priceless vace looted from a family collection during World War II.

Jackpot (2011)

A man (Kyrre Hellum) tells a police inspector (Henrik Mestad) how a winning soccer bet led to his eventual position beneath a corpse at a Norwegian strip club.

Barsaat (1949)

Barsaat (Hindi: बरसात, English: Rain) is a 1949 Bollywood film directed by Raj Kapoor. The film stars the famous duo of Kapoor and Nargis as well as Prem Nath. It was also the introduction of actress Nimmi in her first film role. Barsaat was one of the first major hit films directed by Kapoor. This success allowed Kapoor to buy RK Studios in 1950.

La llamada (1965)

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Circus Rosaire (2007)

A family of circus performers try to keep traditional values while adapting to modern entertainment.

Yasha-ga-ike (2005)

A man looks for his friend Akira who has vanished.

Legend of Frosty the Snowman (2005)

The Legend of Frosty the Snowman is a 2005 American/Canadian direct-to-video animated film produced by Classic Media and Studio B Productions. This movie has also been bundled with the original 1969 Rankin/Bass special and the CBS Entertainment Productions sequel. The special originally aired annually on Cartoon Network in the United States, and it now airs on Kids & Teens TV in the country since December 11, 2011, despite the acquisition of DreamWorks Animation, which acquired Classic Media and renamed it DreamWorks Classics in 2012, and currently distributed by Universal Television. Narrated and sung by Burt Reynolds, with veteran actor/voice artist Bill Fagerbakke in the role of Frosty, the film has very little continuity with the original, featuring a rebooted back-story.

House of Ghosts (2012)

Trapped in a mansion by a massive snowstorm, party guests experience a host of frightening events after a medium opens a portal to the spirit realm.

Tamanna (1998)

Tamanna is a 1997 Indian drama film directed by Mahesh Bhatt. It stars Paresh Rawal, Pooja Bhatt, Sharad Kapoor and Manoj Bajpayee in the lead roles The screenplay was written by Tanuja Chandra. The story was written by Tanuja Chandra and Mahesh Bhatt. It was produced by Pooja Bhatt.

Piya Ka Ghar (1972)

Piya Ka Ghar is a 1972 Hindi comedy set (mainly) in Mumbai in the 1970s. It is a remake of Raja Thakur's Marathi film Mumbaicha Jawai. It portrays the difficulties of life in India's biggest city during the 1970s in the form of a comic family drama.

Disco and Atomic War (2009)

People grow up in the Soviet Union.

Mulligan (2000)

A mysterious beauty tempts four friends on the golf course.

Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke (2004)

Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke is a delayed 2004 Bollywood romance mystery film directed by Birendra Nath Tiwari and produced by Ram sharma PB04. The film stars Shah Rukh Khan, Raveena Tandon, Navneet Nishan, Divya Desai, Mohnish Behl and Kiran Kumar.

Alien Presence (2009)

Alien Presence is a 2009 American independent science fiction-thriller TV movie directed by David DeCoteau. It stars Krista Allen, Avalon Barrie and Mark Da Silva but is probably best known for featuring Greg Sestero in the role of Ash, a biologist.

The Weapons of Death (1981)

San Francisco thugs mess with the wrong martial-arts expert (Eric Lee).

Children Who Labor (1912)

After a working-class family reluctantly allows its eldest daughter to work in a factory, it takes in a lost young girl, who turns out to be the mill owner's daughter.

Strange Gamble (1948)

Strange Gamble is a 1948 American Western film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Doris Schroeder, Bennett Cohen and Ande Lamb. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks, Elaine Riley, James Craven and Robert Williams. The film was released on October 8, 1948, by United Artists.

Imogene Mccarthery (2010)

A woman has the task of delivering secret plans after making a fool of her boss.

Virgin Snow (2007)

Virgin Snow (첫눈 - Cheotnun, 初雪の恋 ヴァージン・スノー - Hatsuyuki no koi) is a 2007 South Korean film directed by Han Sang-hye and starring Korean actor, Lee Joon-gi and Japanese actress, Aoi Miyazaki.

A Night in Compton (2004)

In the city of Compton, everybody has a secret...but every secret has its price. ZION, 18, just arrived home from college for Christmas break and has one night to consummate his newly formed relationship with LANISE BELL, 16 who became the smartest, finest, and "freakiest" girl at his high school alma mater after she lost 75 pounds this past summer at fat camp. Lanise has spent the last three months bragging about her sexual experiences. What Zion doesn't know is that Lanise is a virgin who talks big to get guys to notice her. Zion has one plan...make love to Lanise. Lanise's goal to not let that happen - at least until she can get the experience she claimed to have. Zion's love making plans are continually interrupted by his cronies, Lanise's seemingly uninvited friends, his nosey big sister and cracked out homeless uncle, CRIPPLE JR. Six friends, one house, and one hell of a crazy night. A NIGHT IN COMPTON, explores relationships among a set of life long friends, in the spirit of Friday and The Breakfast Club.

Dr. Pyckle and Mr. Pryde (1925)

Dr. Pyckle and Mr. Pryde is a 1925 silent, black-and-white comedy film, directed by Scott Pembroke and Joe Rock (also the producer). The film itself is both a spoof of the previous Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde films (e.g. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1912) and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)) and the well-famed novel by Robert Louis Stevenson Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The film stars Stan Laurel as the title characters.

The Paris Express (1952)

The Man Who Watched Trains Go By (1952) is a crime drama film, based on the 1938 novel by Georges Simenon and released in the United Kingdom with an all-European cast, including Claude Rains in the lead role of Kees Popinga, who is infatuated with Michele Rozier (Märta Torén). The film was released in the United States in 1953 under the title The Paris Express. It was directed by Harold French. This was Rains' seventh film in color, his first being Gold Is Where You Find It (1938).

Una rata en la oscuridad (1979)

Some sisters acquire a mysterious mansion where strange things happen, which makes them lose patience and sanity.

Entry Level (2007)

When Clay's (D.B. Sweeney) restaurant goes bankrupt, he finds himself at the bottom of the corporate ladder. Clay, who is 38 and has no office experience, is quickly discouraged after counseling sessions with Sam (Cedric Yarbrough) and a series of harsh job interviews. He meets others in similar positions -- Liz (Missi Pyle), a former Peace Corps volunteer who can't find a job, and Nick (Kurtwood Smith) a homeless man and voice of reason -- who help to guide him in the corporate battlefield.

Dizzy Heights and Daring Hearts (1916)

A man (Chester Conklin) hijacks an experimental plane.

Sawaal (1982)

Sawaal is a Hindi film produced by Yash Chopra and directed by Ramesh Talwar, released in 1982. The music was composed by Khayyam and the lyrics were written by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Despite an all-star cast, it did not succeed at the box office.

Korea (1996)

Korea is a 1996 Irish feature film directed by Cathal Black and produced by Darryl Collins based on a short story by John McGahern. In 1996 Korea won the Asta Nielsen Best Film Award at the Copenhagen Film Festival and was runner-up for the Audience Prize at the Seattle Film Festival.

Snake Fist Fighter (1973)

Master with Cracked Fingers, also released as Snake Fist Fighter, is a 1979 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Mu Chu and starring Jackie Chan. It is often cited as being produced in 1971, 1973, 1974 or 1981. The original footage was filmed in 1971 and released in 1973 as Little Tiger of Canton. The re-edited version entitled Master with Cracked Fingers was not actually released until 1979.

Chiaroscuro, Baby (2009)

A painter gives up his ambition for his girlfriend, but a new muse reignites his passion.

The Highest Pass (2012)

A modern guru and a group of motorcyclists ride through northern India's Himalayas in search of Ladakh, the land known as the Little Tibet.

Give and Take, and Take (2003)

Two men (Tom Bird, John Enthoven) land in trouble when they agree to take a job involving drugs.

Chepachet (2007)

A handicapped girl takes care of a bitter drunk and a lover of life after a horrific car crash.

No Look Pass (2011)

Emily Tay, a Burmese immigrant, plays basketball at Harvard and strives for success on and off the court, while acknowledging her family, heritage and sexuality.

Christian Blake (2008)

When Christian is unable to handle his closest friend's relationship, tragic consequences ensue. Several years later, in a barely functioning asylum, a journalist reawakens Christian's dormant anger, resulting in violent results.