White: The Melody of the Curse (2011)

White: Melody of Death (Hangul: 화이트: 저주의 멜로디; RR: Hwaiteu: Jeojooui Mellodi, lit. White: The Melody of the Curse) is a 2011 South Korean horror film by Kim Gok and Kim Sun.

Gun Runner (1949)

A cowboy traps a female outlaw who has been running guns to American Indians.

Finis Hominis (1971)

The End of Man (Portuguese: Finis Hominis) is a 1971 Brazilian film directed by José Mojica Marins. The unusual and surreal film was made on a low budget, and rather than the often disturbing gothic horror of his previous films, The End of Man conveys a sense of social black humor and tongue in cheek style seen in other Brazilian Mouth of Garbage Cinema (Boca do Lixo) of the late 1960s and early 1970s. A sequel to the film was produced in 1972 titled When the Gods Fall Asleep (Quando os Deuses Adormecem).

Razorblade City (2010)

Razorblade City is a 2010 American independent drama film written and directed by Richard Johnson. This was his third feature length narrative film.

300 Killers (2010)

A cop (Anthony Tomei) goes under cover to track down a gang of vicious killers.

Road of No Return (2008)

An orphaned girl changes the lives of four hit men who work together to fight drug trafficking.

Children of the Hunt (2009)

In the year 2052, a group called the Brotherhood of Mars hunts humans for sport. Morgan, a Brotherhood guard, protests against the violence, and he is put into the hunt.

Insadong Scandal (2009)

Insadong Scandal is a 2009 South Korean film about a cold-hearted mogul who hires a group of art restoration experts to steal a Joseon dynasty masterpiece.

North on Evers (1992)

Filmmaker James Benning takes a road trip across the United States.

Malaki: Scent of an Angel (2011)

Families suffer after loved ones go missing during the Lebanese War.

From the Shadows (2009)

A deranged stalker kidnaps a woman and uses her as a human lab rat.

Hungry Years (2009)

Questioning modern motivations for doing good.

Alila (2003)

Alila is a 2003 Israeli film directed by Amos Gitai and starring Yaël Abecassis, Uri Klauzner, and Hanna Laslo. The drama follows half a dozen very different characters through their lives in modern day Israel, giving Gitai an opportunity to comment on his country's top social issues. The film received mixed reviews. Newsday called it, "sexy, colorful, courageous and boldly entertaining," and the Village Voice called the director "Israel's one man new wave"; Stephen Holden of the New York Times stated: "There really isn't a likable character in the movie, which opens today in Manhattan. The filmmaker's jaundiced view of humanity is matched by his eye for the ugly".

Fei dian ren sheng (2003)

Three individual stories illustrate the effect of SARS on the daily lives of Hong Kong residents.

Taarzan: The Wonder Car (2004)

Taarzan: The Wonder Car is a 2004 Indian fantasy action thriller film directed by Abbas Burmawalla and Mustan Burmawalla. The film stars Vatsal Sheth, Ajay Devgn and Ayesha Takia in the lead roles, while Farida Jalal, Shakti Kapoor, Amrish Puri, Pankaj Dheer, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Gulshan Grover and Mukesh Tiwari play supporting roles. It is loosely based on the American film Christine (1983), which was also remade in Marathi as Ek Gadi Baki Anadi in 1989

Lizzie (2012)

A woman with amnesia is haunted by visions of brutal murders that took place in 1892.

First (2012)

Filmmaker Caroline Rowland follows 12 athletes, including cyclist Laura Trott and swimmer Missy Franklin, as they compete in their first Olympic Games.

No raifu kingu (1989)

A Japanese boy (Ryo Takayama) and his friends become hooked on a supposedly cursed video game called Life King.

The Kid from Left Field (1979)

The Kid from Left Field is a 1979 American made-for-television baseball comedy film starring Gary Coleman and Robert Guillaume. Coleman's first film, it is a remake of the 1953 film of the same name.

Dirty Pictures (2010)

Alexander "Sasha" Shulgin, considered by many to be one of the greatest scientists of the 20th century, was the brain behind more than 200 psychedelic compounds, including MDMA, or Ecstasy.

Jerkbeast (2005)

The worst rock band ever assembled rises to fame.

Body Moves (1990)

Leaders (Kirk Rivera, Steve Messina) of rival dance teams have girlfriend problems while sweating over a contest in New Orleans.

Prom Night in Kansas City (2002)

Filmmakers Hali Lee and Peter von Ziegesar follow disparate teens from various schools as they prepare for their dances.

The Seven of Daran: Battle of Pareo Rock (2008)

The Seven of Daran: Battle of Pareo Rock is a Dutch 2008 movie in English directed by Lourens Blok. It is the first of a planned series of seven movies, which may be made depending on the success. It is filmed in South Africa and Namibia.

Thou Shalt Not Kill (1961)

Tu ne tueras point (Thou Shalt Not Kill), also known as L'objecteur, is a 1961 French feature film directed by Claude Autant-Lara, written by Jean Aurenche and Pierre Bost, and starring Laurent Terzieff and Horst Frank. Actress Suzanne Flon won the Best Actress award at the 1961 Venice Film Festival for her role in the film.

Come Hell or Highwater (2009)

A cop embarks on a bloody path of vengeance after his father and brother are brutally murdered.

The Friggin' Mafia Movie (2001)

Numerous calamities befall a director (Shawn Flanagan) who is trying to shoot a film about organized crime.

In My Mother's Arms (2011)

In My Mother’s Arms is a 2011 Iraqi film. Written and directed by Atia Al Daradji and Mohamed Al-Daradji, it stars Husham Al Thabe, Saif Slaam and Mohamed Wael; and was produced by Isabelle Stead and Atia Al Daradji. The film was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2011.

Losers of the Year (2005)

A sheltered teen (David M. Zuber) who has been home-schooled all his life enters public high school for his senior year.

The Dead Matter (2010)

A grieving woman (Sean Serino) who's desperate to contact her deceased brother gains possession of an ancient vampire relic that can control the dead.

Solarmax (2000)

The sun is the only star that we can study directly but it is so completely ubiquitous, so intrinsic to life and culture, that we are effectively blind to it. It's time for a new look. Just as the telescope made the universe conceivable so new satellite borne instruments are allowing us to look at a sun that we have never seen before. For the first time we really can study a star in full spate as it builds up to its next peak of violence - the solar maximum of the year 2000/2001.

Labor Day (2009)

A fast-growing labor union helps presidential candidates.

La tranchée (2010)

A pictorial account of an attack on Canadian soldiers during World War I.

Storm (2009)

Storm is a 2009 German-Danish-Dutch drama film directed by Hans-Christian Schmid.

Noble Things (2009)

Jimmy Wayne Collins returns to Texas to face the demons he left behind.

Prarambh (2004)

A destitute young mother (Gauri Karnik) changes the life of a beggar (Vijay Raaz).

Bad Seeds (2013)

The Marcomb County Police Department releases footage of several troubled teenage girls committing violent and disturbing behaviors.

Go With Peace Jamil (2008)

Go with Peace Jamil (Danish: Gå med fred, Jamil) is a 2008 Danish action film directed by Omar Shargawi.

Rough Winds (2009)

Three teenage stories simmer in a quiet neighborhood.

Diary of a Butterfly (2012)

Diary of a Butterfly is a 2012 film directed by Vinod Mukhi and written by Asad Ajmeri. Vinod Mukhi has earlier directed films like ‘Cabaret’ and ‘www.Love.com’.

The Adventures of the Three Reporters (1926)

Miss Mend is a 1926 Soviet spy film, originally realised in three parts, directed by and starring Boris Barnet and Fyodor Otsep. It is loosely based on the books by Marietta Shaginyan. The story follows the adventures of three reporters who try to stop a biological attack on the USSR by powerful Western businessmen.

The Bahama Hustle (2004)

Two up-n-coming rappers Ace and Cool breeze dream of becoming the next big thing in the rap world. After making a deal with Slick and Red, two promoters who promise wealth and success, they take out a loan from a local loan shark, Daddy T. To secure the loan Daddy T requires them to sign over body part as collateral. Their worlds crash when they discover that the two crooked rap promoters have ripped them off. After Discovering that Slick and Red have run off to the Bahamas with their money and original recordings, they must travel to the Bahamas to hustle their money and recordings back in time to pay off Daddy T, who is in hot pursuit to collect his collateral, their body parts.

Sherlock Holmes (1922)

Sherlock Holmes is a 1922 American silent mystery drama film starring John Barrymore as Sherlock Holmes and Roland Young as Dr. John Watson.

The Keyhole (1933)

The Keyhole is a 1933 American pre-Code comedy-drama film directed by Michael Curtiz.

Zombie Driftwood (2010)

Two metal fans battle a cruise ship full of zombies armed with a bat, booze and bagpipes.

Perfection (2014)

A mother obsessed with plastic surgery and a daughter who likes to cut herself find love that is more than skin deep.

Kolpaçino (2009)

Kolpaçino (Turkish: Kolpaçino: Bir Şehir Efsanesi) is a 2009 Turkish comedy film, directed by Atil Inac, which stars Şafak Sezer as a rich kid who sets up an illegal casino in his parents home to help his friend pay off a mob boss. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on October 29, 2009 (2009-10-29), was one of the highest-grossing Turkish films of 2009.

The Devil's Triangle (1974)

Exploring the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle.

Dog Eat Dog (2001)

It's not often you see a British film with four black leads. Co-writer Mark Tonderai stars as west London posse leader Rooster, who dreams of landing a top DJing gig with his mates. But what with obstructive bouncers, disgruntled porn barons and elusive girlfriends, achieving this proves more difficult than they'd hoped. Clearance of some underlying rights may be needed for this title in NAM.

My Really Cool Legs! (2011)

Pediatric amputees refuse to let their disability define who they are and what they will become.

Trapped by Television (1936)

Trapped by Television is a 1936 American film directed by Del Lord. The film is also known as Caught by Television in the United Kingdom.

Wild Plants (2016)

Through a complex narrative structure,'Wild Plants' draws numerous portraits of those who turn their backs on the comforts of the consumer society and turn back to the earth to create new forms of coexistence and life in the world. A return to the essential, to the so-called basic needs, to give the work a meaning, but also to find answers to metaphysical questions. Nicolas Humbert, with a great sense of poetry, grasps the gestures of everyday life and finds a rhythm that accompanies the protagonists in their lives with the circuits of nature.

Ghost Sweepers (2012)

Ghost Sweepers (Hangul: 점쟁이들; RR: Jeomjaengyideul; MR: Chŏmjaengidŭl; also known as The Fortune Tellers) is a 2012 South Korean comedy horror film about a group of shamans from across the nation who gather together for a grand exorcism at a small village notorious for dark spirits, as a young journalist gets sent to cover the story.

Holy Hustle (2017)

A man uses people's faith in God to rob them.

The Smoke (2014)

The Smoke, also known as Two Days in the Smoke (worldwide title outside UK/Ireland: London Payback), is a British crime thriller starring Matt Di Angelo, Lili Bordán, Stephen Marcus, Lindsay Armaou, Anna Passey and Alan Ford. Lawyer Brad Walker (Matt Di Angelo) is having a bad day. His girlfriend Sasha (Anna Passey) has left him for a mate of his. And he's lost his job. While drowning his sorrows, Brad overhears a conversation between two drug dealers. In a moment of madness, Brad decides to steal thousands of pounds from their boss Jack (Alan Ford), an intimidating gangster who will stop at nothing to get his money back and exact retribution on the one who took it.

The Photographer 2: Inside the Dark Room (2016)

A photographer and his cohorts kidnap young models and torture them to capture their fear on film.

The Evangelist (2017)

The Evangelist, a bible-quoting serial killer, has a small New Jersey town gripped with fear.

Ciaran the Demon Hunter (2016)

When a rash of demonic possessions occurs in Los Angeles, the Vatican summons an Irish priest who has mysterious powers.

Jebu Donga (1987)

Jebu Donga is a 1987 Telugu film directed by A. Kodandarami Reddy. The film stars Chiranjeevi, Bhanupriya and Radha in important roles. It was later dubbed in Hindi as Aaj Ka Gang Leader. It was produced by M. Arjuna Raju and M. Ramalinga Raju under the Roja Movies banner.

Ninja Supremo (1979)

A fighter learns the Crippled Fist technique to avenge his master and stop Hunchback's posse.

The Ninja Pirates (1981)

Undercover kung fu constables track thieves who've stolen a huge cache of government bullion.

Hero of Shanghai (1977)

A Chinese government agent fights Japanese spies and his own countrymen in the early 1920s.

Surviving Indie (2016)

Independent game creators and designers describe their successes and failures.

Love Exclusively (2017)

When ambitious reporter Allie Rusch is recruited by vindictive music manager Vivian Cartwright to play cupid to famous pop musicians Caleb Greene and Carson Peet in return for an exclusive story over Valentine's weekend, Allie soon realizes Caleb has his sights set on her. Now, torn between her big career move and her growing feelings for Caleb, Allie is left to question whether she can coerce Caleb into something his heart does not desire, or if she should fall in love and make him her very own Valentine.

Tri geroini (1938)

Three female pilots try to complete the first nonstop trans-Siberian flight.

Top Coat Cash (2017)

After losing a major fight, a professional MMA fighter returns home from Vegas. He reunites with various individuals from his past, including a father and son who recruit him to engage in their daring bank heists.

Sweet Sixteen (1983)

A Code Red Release! When Melissa Morgan (Aleisa Shirley) , a sexy big-city girl, moves to a small town, she creates quite a stir with her beauty and promiscuous attitude. She’s 15 going on 25, and all the boys at her new school are anxious to get to know her. But when the younger brother of a local hell-raiser (Don Stroud, Search and Destroy) is brutally murdered, the town sheriff (Bo Hopkins, White Lightning) must try to solve the killings before the killer strikes again. Along to help him is his Nancy Drew-ish daughter (Dana Kimmell, Friday the 13th 3-D). Jim Sotos (Hot Moves) directed this suspenseful thriller co-starring Susan Strasberg (Scream of Fear) and Patrick Macnee (The Avengers, Transmutations).

Best Friends Recycled (2016)

When Jackson (Royce Henry) sets up his best friend, Tony (Donald James Parker), with an attractive widow (Diana Schmitt), he neglects to take into account how it might impact their relationship.

Coup d'Etat (1973)

Coup d'Etat aka Martial Law is a 1973 Japanese film directed by Yoshishige Yoshida. It was Japan's submission to the 46th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film but it was not accepted as a nominee.

Stray Dogz 7 (2017)

The Men's Room (2018)

Box Office 3D: Il film dei film (2011)

Home Guards (2015)

Home Guards (Veszettek) is a 2015 Hungarian drama film.

Der Führerschein (1979)

Sieben Sommersprossen (1978)

Hermogenes, professor and poet of Yoga (2015)

Das tapfere Schneiderlein (1941)

Hear the Silence (2018)

An Alternative Reality: The Football Manager Documentary (2014)

Kongo (2010)

Pepe Mujica - Lessons from the Flowerbed (2014)

Plook mun kuen ma kah 4 (1994)

Willi und die Wunder dieser Welt (2009)

Your Children (2016)

Outlaw: The Saga of Gisli (1981)

Outlaw: The Saga of Gisli (Icelandic: Útlaginn) is an Icelandic film adaptation of the Gísla saga, the story of a blood feud set in 10th-century Iceland. It was directed by Ágúst Guðmundsson in 1981. The film was released on 17 February 1984 to critical acclaim in Sweden, and then in West Germany. Written and directed by Ágúst Guðmundsson, the theatrical version of the Saga of Gisli Sursson was praised as a culturally accurate representation of the time period. The film was selected as the Icelandic entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 54th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Planet USA (2013)

Der namenlose Tag (2018)

Sleeping Beauty (1971)

Katharina Luther (2017)

Der Mann aus Kanada (1967)

Boys Like Us (2014)

Kafkas Der Bau (2015)

Till Eulenspiegel (2014)

V8 - Die Rache der Nitros (2015)

Die Müttermafia-Patin (2015)

I want to run - Das härteste Rennen der Welt (2012)

Olsen-bandens flugt - over plankeværket (1981)

Wie man sich bettet (1981)

Trompeten Anton (1981)

Nachhilfe für Vati (1984)