Far til fire og onkel Sofus (1957)

Father of Four and Uncle Sofus (Danish: Far til fire og onkel Sofus) is a 1957 Danish family film directed by Alice O'Fredericks and Robert Saaskin.

Brammetje Baas (2012)

Brammetje Baas is a 2012 Dutch film, directed by Anna van der Heide, based on a picture book written by Tamara Bos, who also wrote the scripts for the film.

Yoddha The Warrior (2014)

Yoddha: The Warrior is a 2014 Indian Bengali-language fantasy action film directed by Raj Chakraborty. The film is a remake of 2009 Telugu blockbuster movie Magadheera. In the film, Dev and Mimi Chakraborty act in the same movie for the first time. Nigel Akkara stars as the main antagonist of the film. The film marks the return of the director-actor pair of Raj Chakraborty and Dev after Dui Prithibi. The film was produced by Shree Venkatesh Films, and was released on 1 October 2014, during the Durga Puja.

Crushed Lives - Il sesso dopo i figli (2015)

Kaaboo (2002)

Heroes Like Us (1999)

Be My Baby (2014)

Madicken på Junibacken (1980)

Madicken på Junibacken is a 1980 Swedish film about the Astrid Lindgren character Madicken, directed by Göran Graffman.

Kings & Rats (2012)

A Farra do Circo (2014)

Setenta (2013)

Ramblers (2003)

Culture Club: Live in Sydney (2006)

El hombre que logró ser invisible (1958)

From The Earth To The Moon (1979)

One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk (2019)

My Nights with Susan, Sandra, Olga & Julie (1975)

Susan (FRANK & EVA’S Willeke Van Ammelrooy) lives in an idyllic farmhouse, along with the sex-loving youngsters, Sandra, Olga and Julie, and the unstable voyeur Albert. A number of killings take place by the sex-vampires, the allegations, however, go out to Piet (Flodder’s Nelly Frijda), the crazy woman on the other side of the ditch. A young craftsman, Anton (Hans van der Gragt), visits and gets surprised by the dangerous ladies.

Panther Girl of the Kongo (1955)

Panther Girl of the Kongo (1955) is a Republic movie serial. It used a lot of stock footage from the 1941 Republic serial Jungle Girl. This was the penultimate (sixty-fifth of sixty-six) serial produced by Republic. Panther Girl of the Kongo mixes several stock serial plots including the "land grab", exotic location, jungle girl and mad scientist.

Ebola Syndrome (1996)

Ebola Syndrome (伊波拉病毒) is a 1996 Hong Kong Category III exploitation film starring Anthony Wong and directed by Herman Yau.

Echoes of the Rainbow (2010)

Echoes of the Rainbow is a 2010 Hong Kong drama film directed by Alex Law and starring Simon Yam and Sandra Ng. It won the Crystal Bear for the Best Film in the Children’s Jury "Generation Kplus" category at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival.

The Otherworld (2013)

For Richard Stanley – the acclaimed writer/director of HARDWARE and DUST DEVIL, as well as catalyst for the hit documentary LOST SOUL: THE DOOMED JOURNEY OF RICHARD STANLEY’S ISLAND OF DR MOREAU – the ultimate real-life horror may be just outside his door: Hidden deep within the French Pyrenees is an area known as ‘The Zone’, where a shocking convergence of ancient occult legacies may have formed a portal to other dimensions. Stanley explores this shadow-land of unexplained phenomena via chilling history, disturbing interviews and unnerving footage of his own supernatural transmutation that "will make the hair on your neck rise" (Hollywood Reporter). Severin Films presents The Director’s Cut of this award-winning documentary – featuring cinematography by Karim Hussein (WE ARE STILL HERE) and an original score by Simon Boswell (SANTA SANGRE) – now on disc for the first time ever.

Damnation (1988)

Damnation (Hungarian: Kárhozat) is a black-and-white 1988 Hungarian film directed by Béla Tarr. The screenplay was co-written by Tarr's frequent collaborator, László Krasznahorkai. The movie has been compared to the works of Andrei Tarkovsky and Michelangelo Antonioni.

Seven Warriors (1989)

Seven Warriors is a 1989 Hong Kong action film directed by Terry Tong and starring Adam Cheng, Jacky Cheung, Max Mok and Tony Leung Chiu-Wai with a guest appearance by Sammo Hung. This film is a homage to the 1954 Japanese film Seven Samurai.

Riding Bean (1989)

Ace courier Bean Bandit rules the road, and operates on both sides of the Law. Unfortunately for Bean, and even more unfortunately for the Chicago P.D.’s insurance company, he’s about to have to demonstrate why he’s so expensive.

Fairy Tales (1978)

Fairy Tales, released in the UK as Adult Fairy Tales, is a 1978 sex comedy directed by Harry Hurwitz, the plot of which revolves around the stereotypical Fairy Tale.

The Ghost of Sierra de Cobre (1964)

Nelson Orion, ghost hunter for hire, is asked by a former screen beauty to break the curse of an abandoned movie studio.

Schoolgirls in Chains (1973)

Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion (1972)

Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion is a 1972 Japanese women in prison film produced by Toei Company. Starring Meiko Kaji, the film is Shunya Itō's first film as a director and is based on a comic by Tōru Shinohara.

Death Shot (1973)

Cease Fire! (1953)

Part documentary, part drama and part cinéma vérité, Cease Fire! began as an idea by director Owen Crump, who in the 40s scripted military-themed short films for Warner Brothers and later on produced the documentary short One Who Came Back, about the air evacuation of wounded U.S. soldiers who fought in the Korean War.

The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (1971)

The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (Italian: Lo strano vizio della Signora Wardh; released as Blade of the Ripper in the United States) is a 1971 giallo murder mystery film directed by Sergio Martino. It is his first entry in the giallo subgenre. The letter "h" was added to the name "Ward" when an Italian woman named Mrs. Ward threatened legal action over the original title's potentially damaging her good name, just before the film was released. The film was also known as Next! or The Next Victim.

To All A Goodnight (1980)

The Calvin Finishing School for Girls is closed for Christmas vacation. However, Mrs. Jensen (the housemother), five teenage girls and their mischievous male companions are all that remain at the school...or are they? Instead of Santa Claus, they find themselves terrorized by a killer who gives new meaning to the phrase 'To All a Good Night'.

Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind (2009)

The Case of the Scorpion's Tail (1971)

The Case of the Scorpion's Tail (Italian: La coda dello scorpione / Tail of the Scorpion) is a 1971 Italian giallo film directed by Sergio Martino, produced by Luciano Martino and co-written by Ernesto Gastaldi and Eduardo Maria Brochero. It starred George Hilton, Anita Strindberg, Ida Galli and Janine Reynaud, and the music soundtrack was by Bruno Nicolai.

Massacre Up North (2001)

Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter (2012)

What Is the Noise at This Time? (Enna Satham Indha Neram) (2014)

Enna Satham Indha Neram is a 2014 Indian Tamil language comedy thriller film directed by Guru Ramesh and produced by A. V. Anoop. The film features quadruplets Adhiti, Aakrithi, Akshathy and Aapthi in the lead roles, with Nithin Sathya, M. Raja, Maanu and Malavika Wales also appearing in prominent roles. The film tells the story of quadruplets who lose their way inside a zoo where they came for an excursion. The zoo keeper (Nithin) rescues them after one whole day's effort. Enna Satham Indha Neram entered the Limca Book of Records for being the "first ever film in the world arena, to cast real life quadruplets – four children born of the same pregnancy – in the same plot."

Small Lights (2010)

Riusciranno i nostri eroi a ritrovare l'amico misteriosamente scomparso in Africa? (1968)

Riusciranno i nostri eroi a ritrovare l'amico misteriosamente scomparso in Africa?, internationally released as Will Our Heroes Be Able to Find Their Friend Who Has Mysteriously Disappeared in Africa?, is a 1968 Italian comedy film directed by Ettore Scola. Production of the film started in 1965, with the working title Mister Sabatini, suppongo (Mister Sabatini, I suppose). It inaugurated in Italy a brief vogue of kilometric titles.The film was the sixth highest grossing release at the Italian box office in the 1968/69 season. The plot is loosely based on Italian Disney comics artist Romano Scarpa's comic Topolino e il Pippotarzan (1957).

The Bullfighters (1974)

Justice - Verstrickt im Netz der Macht (2019)

She Devils in Chains (1976)

Ebony, Ivory & Jade is a 1976 film by director Cirio Santiago, made in Manila, Philippines. A relatively well-budgeted martial arts feature by Santiago's standards, the film was seen mainly in US drive-in movies, where it was first released as She-Devils in Chains. It has also been released as American Beauty Hostages, Foxfire, and Foxforce.

Grayson (2004)

Grayson is a 2004 fan film made by John Fiorella featuring DC Comics character Dick Grayson along with several other DC Universe characters. Since it is a fan film, it was not allowed to be sold at a profit and was thus distributed for free on the internet. The film is a mock trailer for a Grayson movie; however, no such movie exists. Currently, there are also no plans for a full-length feature film, because the filmmakers have no possibility to produce such a film without the support of Warner Bros. The original screenplay for a full-length picture is available for download at the Untamed Cinema official website.

Scarecrowd (2017)

Radiation from a nearby meteor strike turns farmer Tony Maio in a crazed mutant. He hides his appearance in the guise of a scarecrow, hunting down and killing nearby town folk to satisfy his newfound blood lust. The town will dread sundown and screams will be echo in the dark night when this Scarecrow hunts them down.

Sol Madrid (1968)

Sol Madrid is a 1968 film directed by Brian G. Hutton and filmed in Acapulco. It was released in the UK as The Heroin Gang.

Holidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn't Happen (2006)

Holidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn't Happen is an American stop-motion animated Christmas television special directed by David H. Brooks, that originally aired in 2006 and produced by BixPix Entertainment, Once Upon a Frog and Madison Street Entertainment. The show's plot has Rusty Reindeer the younger brother of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer joining a support group for depressed holiday icons, and he and the other characters search for the meaning of Christmas and help a young boy to get on Santa's nice list. Rusty's cohorts include Candie, the Easter Bunny ; Mr. C, the grouchy cherub ; Albert, the Thanksgiving Turkey ; And Trick and Treat the teenage Halloween Ghosts.

Cybernetics Guardian (1989)

Boom Boom Sabotage (2006)

Tony Hawk in Boom Boom Sabotage is a computer-animated feature-length film starring Tony Hawk produced by Mainframe Entertainment. FUNimation Entertainment distributed the movie in USA and Japan, while Alliance Atlantis distributed it in Canada. In Mainframe's early productions, the movie was titled Tony Hawk in 'Boom Boom Goes the Circus', which uses cel-shading characters. Some of the early designs can still be seen in Mainframe's web site.

Project A-Ko 2: Plot of the Daitokuji Financial Group (1987)

Project A-ko 2: The Plot of the Daitokuji Financial Group is the second Project A-ko movie in the series.

The Manor (1999)

The Manor is a 1999 Czech crime comedy film starring Greta Scacchi, Gabrielle Anwar, Martin Dejdar, who also served as co-producer, and Peter O'Toole. It is based on the play Ravenscroft by Don Nigro. It was the most expensive Czech film at the time of release.

Go Go 70's (2008)

Go Go 70s (Korean: 고고70) is a 2008 South Korean musical drama film set in the 1970s.

VeggieTales: Esther, the Girl Who Became Queen (2000)

Something to Think About (1920)

Something to Think About is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. The film stars Elliott Dexter and Gloria Swanson. Prints of the film exist at George Eastman House and the Filmmuseum in Amsterdam.

Street Without End (1934)

Mikio Naruse’s final silent film is a gloriously rich portrait of a waitress, Sugiko, whose life, despite a host of male admirers and even some intrigued movie talent scouts, ends up taking a suffocatingly domestic turn after a wealthy businessman accidentally hits her with his car. Featuring vividly drawn characters and bold political commentary, Street Without End is the grandly entertaining silent melodrama with which Naruse arrived at the brink of the sound era.

Jackie Chan: My Stunts (1999)

Jackie Chan: My Stunts (Chinese: 成龍:我的特技) is a 1999 documentary about Jackie Chan's stunts, fights, and other related things and how he performs them. Throughout the film Jackie gives quick tutorials on how to execute various fight scenes under a budget.

Revenge of the Dead (1983)

Zeder (aka Revenge of the Dead) is a 1983 Italian horror film directed by Pupi Avati, starring Gabriele Lavia. The story is about a young novelist's discovery of the writings of a late scientist who had found a means of reviving the dead.

Kyôfu joshikôkô: Bôkô rinchi kyôshitsu (1973)

Terrifying Girls' High School: Lynch Law Classroom is a 1973 Japanese film in the sukeban subgenre of Toei's "Pinky violence" style of Pink film. The second in the Terrifying Girls' High School series, this was the last entry in the series directed by Norifumi Suzuki and to pair Reiko Ike and Miki Sugimoto. It is notable as the first film to depict an omorashi fetish scene to a theatrical audience, in which a girl is forced to swallow a lot of water and then is denied to go to the toilet which ended in wetting herself in class.

Sonny and Jed (1972)

Sonny and Jed (Italian: La banda J.&S. cronaca criminale del Far West, lit. "The Band of J.&S. - Criminal Chronicle of the Far West") is a 1972 Italian Spaghetti Western film about a sheriff's (Sheriff Franciscus, played by Telly Savalas) relentless effort to stop a robber (Jed, played by Tomas Milian) and his girlfriend (Sonny, played by Susan George). The film was directed by Sergio Corbucci and is noted for its music, scored by Ennio Morricone.

Kimagure Orange Road: I Want to Return to That Day (1988)

His Name Was Sam Walbash, But They Call Him Amen (1971)

Savage Guns (originally titled Era Sam Wallach... lo chiamavano 'così sia', and also known as His Name Was Sam Walbash, But They Call Him Amen) is a low-budget spaghetti western from 1971, directed by Demofilo Fidani and starring Robert Woods.

The Belle Star Story (1968)

The Belle Starr Story/Il mio corpo per un poker is a 1968 Italian made episodic Bonnie and Clyde type spaghetti western co-written and co-directed by Lina Wertmüller and starring Elsa Martinelli who also sings the title song. It is the only spaghetti western directed by a woman and one of the few which stars a woman in the title role. Wertmüller replaced after a few days Piero Cristofani, who was at his directorial debut.

Bye Bye Jupiter (1984)

Bye Bye Jupiter is a 1984 Japanese science fiction film directed by Sakyo Komatsu and Koji Hashimoto. The script was adapted by science-fiction author Sakyo Komatsu from his novel of the same name.

Animation Runner Kuromi 2 (2004)

High Test Girls (1980)

High Test Girls is a 1980 Swiss pornographic film co-written and directed by Erwin C. Dietrich. It stars Brigitte Lahaie, Jane Baker, Lynn Monteil, France Lomay, Flore Sollier and Élodie Delage. The film is a sequel to Sechs Schwedinnen im Pensionat.

The Facts of Murder (1959)

Un maledetto imbroglio also known as The Facts of Murder is a 1959 Italian crime film mystery directed by and starring Pietro Germi with Claudia Cardinale. The film is based on the novel by Carlo Emilio Gadda Quer pasticciaccio brutto de via Merulana. The film was restored and re-released in 1999 both in Italy and the USA.

Vampire Cop (1990)

Animation Runner Kuromi (2001)

Running Wild (1927)

A browbeaten W.C. Fields gains the roaring courage of a lion thanks to a vaudeville hypnotist in RUNNING WILD (1927), a raucously funny silent comedy. Fields Stars as Elmer Finch, a meek accountant nagged by his wife, harassed by his children, and awed by his boss. After he accidentally throws a horseshoe through a window, the cops are on his tail, and a suitably ridiculous chain of events puts him under the thrall of hypnosis, where he believes himself to be a lion. With newly leonine strength he visits all those who shamed and bullied him, and tries to get a raise in the process. Written and directed by the legendarily witty Gregory La Cava (My May Godfrey), RUNNING WILD is a non-stop laugh riot.

Martin (Hache) (1997)

Martín (hache) is a 1997 Spanish and Argentine film directed by Adolfo Aristarain and starring Federico Luppi, Juan Diego Botto, Cecilia Roth and Eusebio Poncela. It was nominated for four Goya Awards in 1998, and Cecilia Roth won one for lead actress. It was filmed in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Madrid, and Almería, Spain.

Slayers: The Book of Spells (1996)

Art Of The Devil 3 (2008)

Art of the Devil 3 is a 2008 Thai horror film directed by Kongkiat Khomsiri, Art Thamthrakul, Yosapong Polsap, Putipong Saisikaew, Isara Nadee, Pasith Buranajan and Seree Pongniti. It was released by Five Star Production.

Elstree Calling (1930)

Elstree Calling is a 1930 British film directed by André Charlot, Jack Hulbert, Paul Murray, and Alfred Hitchcock at Elstree Studios.

Brimstone & Treacle (1982)

A strange young man has a sinister effect on the family of a middle-aged writer. Written by Dennis Potter.

Too Tough to Kill (1935)

Too Tough to Kill is a 1935 American drama film directed by D. Ross Lederman.

The Double 0 Kid (1992)

The Double 0 Kid is a 1992 direct-to-video family adventure/comedy film starring Corey Haim, Nicole Eggert and Brigitte Nielsen.

Griffin & Phoenix (2006)

Griffin & Phoenix is a 2006 romance film produced by Gold Circle Films, starring Dermot Mulroney and Amanda Peet. It is a remake of the 1976 film Griffin and Phoenix. Since 2007, the film remake has been shown periodically on the Lifetime Movie Network.

Hour of Death (1964)

The Seven from Texas ( Spanish: Antes llega la muert, Italian: I sette del Texas, also known as Seven Guns from Texas and Hour of Death) is a 1964 Spanish-Italian western film directed by Joaquín Luis Romero Marchent. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Spaghetti Western at the 64th Venice International Film Festival.

Men Behind the Sun (1988)

Men Behind the Sun (Chinese: 黑太阳731 / 黑太陽731; pinyin: hēi tài yáng 731, literally meaning Black Sun: 731, also sometimes called Man Behind the Sun) is a 1988 Hong Kong historical exploitation-horror film directed by T. F. Mou. The film is a graphic depiction of the war atrocities committed by the Japanese at Unit 731, the secret biological weapons experimentation unit of the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. The film details the various cruel medical experiments Unit 731 inflicted upon the Chinese and Soviet prisoners towards the end of the war. This is the first film to be rated "III" (equivalent to the US rating NC-17) in Hong Kong.

Boogeyman II (1983)

Boogeyman II is a 1983 horror film directed by Ulli Lommel, and is a sequel to the 1980 film The Boogeyman. Like its predecessor, it was banned in the UK as a "video nasty" during the 1980s under the title Revenge of the Bogey Man.

Journey to Le Mans (2014)

Journey to Le Mans is a 2014 British documentary film directed by Charlotte Fantelli about British Privateer Team Jota Sport on their bid to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the LMP2 category in 2014. This film represents Charlotte Fantelli's directorial debut.

The House Is Black (1963)

The House Is Black is an acclaimed Iranian documentary short film directed by Forough Farrokhzad.

The French Sex Murders (1972)

Parisian call girls murdered... Send for Inspector Bogart! This gory sex thriller stars a galaxy of Eurocult acting talent. Anita Ekberg (the killer nun); Howard Vernon (Awfull Dr Orloff); Rosalba Neri (Lady Frankenstein)... not to mention hunky Gordon Mitchell, sexy Barbara Bouchet and glamorous Evelyn Kraft. Oh - and professional Humphrey Bogart lookalike Robert Sacchi! To match its sparkling cast, the film boasts a suitable wild plot. it featuires hooded killers, mad scientists, an eyeball thief and some of the sleaziest murders seen in a long time. Never previously available on DVD - brand new digital HD anamorphic transfer - fully uncut for the first time ever!

Sexy Sisters (1977)

Fighter in the Wind (2004)

Fighter in the Wind (Korean: 바람의 파이터) is a 2004 South Korean film. It is based on the Japanese book Karate Baka Ichidai which is a fictionalized account of karate competitor Choi Yeung-Eui (최영의, 崔永宜) who went to Japan after World War II to become a fighter pilot but found a very different path instead. He changed his name to Masutatsu Oyama (大山倍達) and went across the country, defeating martial artists one after another. This film concentrates on the period when he is still young, and developing his famous karate style, Kyokushin. The film was the seventh highest grossing Korean film of 2004 with 2,346,446 admissions sold nationwide.

Banjo the Woodpile Cat (1979)

Banjo the Woodpile Cat is a 1979 animated short film directed by Don Bluth. It follows the story of Banjo, an overly curious and rebellious kitten who, after getting into trouble for falling from a house to see if he could land on his feet, runs away from his woodpile home in his owners' farm in Payson, Utah by catching a truck to Salt Lake City. Produced in a shoestring budget, and created in Bluth's garage, the film took four years to make and it was the first production of Don Bluth Productions, later Sullivan Bluth Studios. It premiered theatrically in 1979, and at the USA Film Festival one year later. It was released on DVD in 2009.

Kill or Be Killed (1976)

Kill or Be Killed is a martial arts movie that was made in South Africa in 1977 and was titled Karate Olympiad, but released in 1980 to capitalize on the popularity of American martial arts films.

All the Beautiful Things (2014)

All the Beautiful Things is a 2014 American documentary film written and directed by John D. Harkrider. The film premiered in competition category of U.S. Documentary Competition program at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2014.

Oh! Toumei ningen (2010)

Kirk Cameron Revive Us 2 (2017)

Following the great success of last year’s REVIVE US, Kirk Cameron returns to the big screen with REVIVE US 2 - A National Family Meeting for the family of faith. With political, racial, economic, and religious tensions increasing each day in America, Kirk explores UNITY and the path to get there. REVIVE US 2 offers a faith-filled solution for everyone. Join Kirk and his inspirational friends such as Dr. Ben Carson, Francis Chan, Ravi Zacharias, Joni Erickson Tada, spirited worship bands and other special guests for a night of hope, courage and unity.

Mario Lanza: The Best of Everything (2017)

Bye-Bye Bin Laden (2009)

La barraca (1945)

The Shack or The Hut (Spanish:La barraca) is a 1945 Mexican drama film directed by Roberto Gavaldón and starring Domingo Soler, Anita Blanch and Amparo Morillo. It is based on the 1898 novel of the same title by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez. The film's art direction was by Francisco Marco Chillet and Vicente Petit.

Help Me, My Love (1969)

Help Me, My Love (Italian: Amore mio aiutami) is a 1969 Commedia all'italiana film written, directed and starred by Alberto Sordi.

AM1200 (2008)

AM1200 is a 2008 thriller film starring Eric Lange, John Billingsley and Ray Wise. It focuses on Sam Larson, an executive who is on the run after the suicide of his friend and co-conspirator in a scheme, Harry Jones. While driving along at night and trying to stay awake, Sam turns on his car radio to the A.M. band. While tuning through frequencies, he stops on 1200 kHz when he hears a call for help due to a medical emergency at radio station KBAL, transmitting from Mount Zaphon. He unwittingly drives to the radio station and when his car breaks down on the road, he ventures inside to use the telephone. There he finds a man handcuffed to a pole.

Slaughter in the Snow (1973)

Screaming for Sanity: Truth or Dare 3 (1998)

The Restless Sex (1920)

The Restless Sex is a 1920 American silent drama film starring Marion Davies, and Ralph Kellard. It was directed by Leon D'Usseau and Robert Z. Leonard and written by Frances Marion. The film is based upon the 1918 novel of the same name by Robert W. Chambers and was distributed by Paramount Pictures under the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation name. A copy of The Restless Sex is housed at the Library of Congress and Gosfilmofond.

Long Days of Vengeance (1967)

I lunghi giorni della vendetta (internationally released as Long Days of Vengeance, Days of Vengeance and The Deadliest Gunfight) is a 1967 Italian western film directed by Florestano Vancini. It is the only western directed by Vancini, here credited as Stan Vance. The film is a spaghetti western version of Alexandre Dumas' novel The Count of Monte Cristo.

Flow State (2012)

Follow extreme skiers and riders including Daron Rahlves, David Wise, and Kaylin Richardson as they travel around the globe and find their own flow state all while taking on some of the biggest and toughest ski runs around.

The Museum of Wonders (2010)