Masseuse 3 (1998)

A young man involved in a sexually frustrating relationship finds new pleasures awaiting him at a massage parlor.

Parachute Girls (2016)

An estranged family member crashes a dinner party and threatens to reveal secrets.

On the Rocks (2006)

Dallas struggles to get ahead in life. As he is dealing with his father's death, he must overcome the obstacles that prevent him from making progress. When he thinks he has taken one step forward, he quickly realizes that he took two steps back.

True New York (2016)

Five distinct glimpses of New York City united by timescape footage.

Seven Hours in Heaven (2015)

Six friends on a weekend getaway play a game that changes their lives forever.

The Father and the Bear (2016)

Byron Temple, a retired character actor with dementia, longs to perform at his beloved summer theater one last time. Against his daughter's wishes, he accepts a role from the newly installed artistic director who is unaware of Byron's condition.

À la française (2012)

It's afternoon in Versailles during the reign of Louis XIV.

A Christmas Accident (1912)

A Christmas Accident is a 1911 American Christmas film.

The Secret of Mulan (1998)

The Secret of Mulan is the 1998 entry in the series of "Secret of..." films released direct to video by UAV/Sterling Entertainment Group, which generally were adaptations of popular theatrical animated films released in a given year, such as The Secret of Anastasia and The Secret of the Hunchback. This film, written by Katherine Lawrence and Christy Marx, is based on the poem about Hua Mulan, which had been made as a film by Walt Disney Pictures the same year as Mulan, and combined with elements from another popular 1998 animated film, A Bug's Life. The film is one of the early collaborations of the composer-lyricist team of Megan Cavallari and David Goldsmith, and some copies were released with a CD soundtrack attached to the back cover.

Top Fighter 2 (1996)

The history of women in martial arts cinema.

Reach for the SKY (2015)

Students and teachers prepare for South Korea's annual national exam.

F.Hilaire (2015)

A teacher (Pharanyu Rojanawuthitham) undergoes a personal transformation while pursuing his master's degree in Thailand.

Heaven Burns (2010)

A young man (Clayton Myers) trying to save money for college becomes caught up in the dangerous prescription drug scene.

Last Pickup (2016)

Low-level gangsters are assigned one last pickup for their boss, but this pickup may mean the difference between life as free men or life behind bars.

Ferocious Pal (1934)

Ferocious Pal is a 1934 American adventure film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by Joseph Anthony Roach. The film stars Kazan the Wonder Dog, Ruth Sullivan, Gene Toler, Robert Seiter, Tom London and Harry Dunkinson. The film was released on February 2, 1934, by Principal Distributing.

My Night, Your Day (2016)

An insomniac spends his nights out on the streets of Budapest to let his girlfriend sleep in peace. he finds himself in increasingly weird, even deadly, situations.

Midnight Temptations 2 (1999)

A woman takes an erotic journey through her past lives in search of the soul mate who keeps eluding her.

Dark Confessions (1998)

Danger and deception surround a young American woman (Kate Rodger) traveling through Europe.

Angel of Passion (1995)

An amorous emissary from heaven sparks up the sex lives of unhappy humans.

Hired Gun (2016)

Millions of fans have seen them and listened to them play the music of the famous stars who hired them. They are the “First Call, A-list” musicians, just 20 feet from stardom, yet rarely receive credit for their work. The ’Hired Gun’ community lives and breathes music, and for the first time ever, they share their experiences with the highs and lows of touring life, the demands of session schedules, and the dedication required to play next to some of the world’s most iconic musicians. Hear incredible stories from Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie, Liberty DeVitto (Billy Joel), Jason Hook (Five Finger Death Punch), Rudy Szaro (Ozzy Osbourne), Steve Lukather (Michael Jackson), Kenny Aronoff (John Mellencamp), Phil X (Bon Jovi), Eric Singer (KISS), Ray Parker Jr. (Ghostbusters), Justin Derrico (P!NK), and more!

Nathalie Moretti... (2006)

Lustful desire interferes with a struggling filmmaker's plans to raise money by kidnapping a tycoon's daughter.

Ye ji qing (1989)

The owner of a women's escort service must choose between his steamy career and the love of an alluring client.

Petting Zoo (2015)

Petting Zoo is a 2015 internationally co-produced drama film directed by Micah Magee. It was screened in the Panorama section of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival.

Doing Jewish: A Story From Ghana (2016)

Residents of a small community in Ghana learn they have been practicing Judaism for centuries.

Children of the Night (2014)

In this darkly funny horror tale, a journalist visits a secluded orphanage where children suffer from an unknown disease only to learn that they are not children at all, but vampires aging from 4 to 120 years old, all bitten at an early age and forever stuck in that physical state. They are led by a strange and deeply religious nurse whose destiny in life is to find these ‘lost souls’ and keep them safe – until a cultish band of men from a nearby village plot to destroy the refuge.

The Shelter (2015)

On a star-filled night, widower and homeless man Thomas Jacobs (Michael Paré) finds shelter for the night when he stumbles across a vast two-story house with the lights on and an inviting open front door. He strolls in, thinking he just caught a lucky break, and it would appear for a while as though he did. Soon enough, Thomas realizes that the house won't let him leave, as all of its doors are locked and its windows cannot be opened or broken.

The Scarlet Scorpion (1990)

The Angel, a millionaire playboy who moonlights as a crime fighter, leaps into action when his arch-nemesis, the Scarlet Scorpion, kidnaps a beautiful fashion designer.

A Werewolf in the Amazon (2005)

Five friends stumble upon the hidden camp of a crazed doctor and his human-animal hybrids.

Lion (2015)

A struggling street artist falls in love with a successful publicist who's rapidly climbing the ranks of her company. He begins to feel uncomfortable in the relationship, realizing she outearns him by a large margin.

Girlfriends of Christmas Past (2016)

When three hilarious, strong-willed women join forces to seek the ultimate revenge on their cheating ex at his upcoming holiday retreat, love struck event planner Livvy meets Carter, the property manager organizing it all, leaving Livvy to question if she can leave off their revenge scheme long enough to finally forgive her ex and let a real holiday romance blossom.

The Man in the Barn (1937)

After John Wilks Booth assassinated Abraham Lincoln, he escaped to Maryland. According to the history books, he was discovered hiding in a barn; after he refused to surrender, the barn was set afire, and Booth died in the conflagration. However, in 1903 a Mr. David E. George, while on his deathbed in Enid Oklahoma, claimed to be John Wilks Booth. This film presents evidence of the possibility that Mr. George's claim was true.

The Whispering Star (2015)

The Whispering Star (ひそひそ星) is a 2015 Japanese science fiction film directed by Sion Sono. The film was released in 2016 and, in March 2016, was played during the Environmental Film Festival at the National Museum of American History, Warner Brothers Theater, in Washington, DC.

Santeria: The Soul Possessed (2012)

A 9-year-old boy and his family are locked in their home by an evil force after he is given a cursed Eucharist.

My Bloody Banjo (2015)

A young man becomes manipulated by his imaginary friend to exact revenge on his tormenting co-workers.

Love Me True (2015)

Dostoevsky's reincarnation arrives just in time to help a man find true love.

Fell, Jumped or Pushed (2016)

A group of aspiring documentary filmmakers with zero experience sets out to save the world by making an important, feminist film. The trouble is that none of them, including hapless leader Todd Peters, have any idea of how to do that or what their masterpiece should be about. Fact and fiction commingle as the wannabe documentarians turn their cameras on an unsuspecting, real-life family of women in Spokane, Wash.

Attacking the Darkness (2015)

Beleaguered film producers go on a mission to save impressionable souls from the evils of role-playing games.

Snowcapped Christmas (2016)

A Snow Capped Christmas is a 2016 Canadian made-for-television Christmas romantic drama film directed by Christie Will Wolf and starring Leah Renee, Niall Matter, Michael Teigen, Lisa Whelchel and Gracyn Shinyei. It premiered in Canada on W Network on November 6, 2016 and in the United States on Up Network on November 26, 2016.

The Illinois Parables (2016)

Regional vignettes about faith, technology and exodus.

Boston Fire (1979)

Smoke rises over the skyline from a fire.

Christmas with Cookie (2016)

In the distant future, global warming has turned the North Pole into a barren desert. Santa and Mrs. Claus battle skeletons, aliens and the abominable snowman in the unforgiving wastes.

The Son of Joseph (2016)

Vincent, a teenager, was raised with love by his mother, Mary, but she always refused to reveal the name of his father. Vincent discovers that he is a selfish and cynical Parisian publisher, Oscar Pormenor. The young man is developing a project for revenge, but his meeting with Joseph will change his life.

Tarzan and the Golden Lion (1927)

Tarzan and the Golden Lion is a 1927 American Tarzan film directed by J. P. McGowan based on the 1923 novel of the same name written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. It stars James Pierce as Tarzan, Frederick Peters as Esteban Miranda, Dorothy Dunbar as Jane, and Edna Murphy as Betty Greystoke. It also stars Boris Karloff as Owaza, a tribesman. The film was distributed by the Film Booking Offices of America.

Semana Santa (2015)

Semana Santa is a 2015 Mexican drama film directed by Alejandra Márquez Abella. It was screened in the Discovery section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.

Now or Never (2014)

When Juliette (Lela Bekhti) and Charles' (Arthur Dupont) life comes crashing down, Juliette asks her mugger to help her rob a bank.

Another Yeti a Love Story: Life on the Streets (2017)

A man is dragged into Los Angeles's seedy underbelly when his yeti baby is kidnapped.

Come Clean (1931)

Come Clean is a 1931 American Pre-Code short film starring Laurel and Hardy, directed by James W. Horne and produced by Hal Roach.

One of Us (2017)

On a mission to find her friend Haley, investigative journalist Melanie Roberts tracks down the Ascension Family Commune and goes undercover to discover what exactly is happening there. Under the pretense of joining herself, Melanie meets Brent, the magnetic leader of the group, and charms her way into the commune. But Haley isn't there; and the women living on the farm are silent about her disappearance. When Melanie begins having bizarre nightmares, hearing whispers and losing track of where she is, she fears that the journey down the rabbit hole might be a trip she won't return from. Dark secrets are buried in the soil of the commune, and though she doesn't know it, Melanie is already in too deep. Can she break free from Brent's thrall to save herself and the lost souls at the commune before it's too late?

Fangboner (2015)

When Dick and Susie become infected with an unknown virus, they soon discover they have a newfound taste for blood. The only problem with this new mutation is that they only seem to be able to suck the blood out of their victims' crotches.

Disgraced (2017)

An examination of the events surrounding the 2003 murder of Baylor University men's basketball star Patrick Dennehy.

Cold Blooded Murder (1981)

Cops chase a maniac through Hong Kong.

Blood Will Have Blood (2017)

A backstage romance leads a pair of actors down a dark path, as they discover their lives beginning to mirror the story of Shakespeare’s bloodiest play.

Les Hautes Solitudes (1974)

The life and work of Jean Seberg.

The Depths (2011)

A famous fashion photographer on assignment in Japan becomes friends with a male escort.

Paraguay Remembered (2017)

Filmmaker Dominique Dubosc returns to Paraguay.

The Rifle, the Jackal, the Wolf, and the Boy (2016)

Two brothers (Fidel Badran, Jad Badran) take matters into their own hands when their den of poultry is attacked by a wild animal.

Confessions of a Bad Girl (1965)

A small-town girl (Judy Adler) travels to New York City with dreams of becoming a famous actress, but along the way, she discovers that many men are expecting a very different kind of audition from her.

Friends: Naki on the Monster Island (2011)

Friends: Mononoke Shima no Naki is a 2011 Japanese computer-animated film that is loosely based on the Japanese children's novel Naita Aka Oni by Hirosuke Hamada. It is directed by Takashi Yamazaki and Ryuichi Yagi. The film's script was also written by Yamazaki. SMAP member Shingo Katori and actor Koichi Yamadera voiced characters in the film.

Between Us (2003)

A woman (Shakti Shannon) who is in the middle of an affair with a married woman (Sierra Fisk) must decide between lust and living a life free of broken promises.

The Get-Man (1974)

A cop tracks a sadistic killer after his girlfriend is kidnapped.

Fascination Africa 3D (2012)

A journey across Africa from Capetown winds through the primitive wilds of the interior and on to Cairo.

Atmo HorroX (2016)

Catafuse hunts specific humans with help from Molosstrap.

Libya in Motion (2017)

Insights into the lives of people trying to find normality in a world of chaos.

Pleasures of the Flesh (1965)

A corrupt businessman blackmails the lovelorn reprobate Atsushi into watching over his suitcase full of embezzled cash while he serves a jail sentence. Rather than wait for the man to retrieve his money, however, Atsushi decides to spend it all in one libidinous rush—fully expecting to be tracked down and killed. Oshima’s dip into the waters of the popular soft-core “pink film” genre is a compelling journey into excess.

Mum Is Wrong (2016)

Trainee Day (original title: Maman a tort) is a 2016 French-Belgian comedy-drama film written and directed by Marc Fitoussi. It stars Émilie Dequenne and Jeanne Jestin.

La folle histoire de Max et Léon (2016)

La folle histoire de Max et Léon is a 2016 French World War II comedy film directed by Jonathan Barré, written by Barré, and the two stars of the film, the comedy team of Grégoire Ludig, and David Marsais. The film was produced by Alain Goldman and Christopher Lambert who has a cameo as a French Army Captain.

This Small (2015)

The parents of premature babies walk a difficult path.

The Last Chance (1945)

The Last Chance (German: Die letzte Chance) is a 1945 Swiss war film directed by Leopold Lindtberg. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival and won the Grand Prize of the Festival (the Golden Palm). The film was selected for screening as part of the Cannes Classics section at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.

Coda (2004)

Death finds a lost, drunken soul in a park and shows him many wondrous things.

Kingdom of the Silver Lion (1965)

The struggle for the holy treasure in the rock castles of the desert, watched over by the legendary March Durimeh.

The End Is My Beginning (2010)

The End Is My Beginning is a 2010 German-Italian biographical drama film directed by Jo Baier. It is based on the posthumous autobiographical best-seller with the same name written by Tiziano Terzani.

Die Böhms: Architektur einer Familie (2014)

Germany's preeminent architecture family loses its emotional and inspirational center when wife and mother Elisabeth Bhm dies.

Adjustment & Work (1986)

People learn to live with impairments.

Chupacabra Territory (2016)

Four campers travel to Lake Emerald, Calif., to find and document the dangerous chupacabra.

The Train of Salt and Sugar (2017)

The Train of Salt and Sugar is a 2016 internationally co-produced adventure film directed by Licínio Azevedo. It was selected as the Mozambican entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

The Transfiguration (2017)

An official selection at the Cannes Film Festival, writer/director Michael O’Shea’s debut feature The Transfiguration follows troubled teen Milo who hides behind his fascination with vampire lore. When he meets the equally alienated Sophie, the two form a bond that begins to challenge Milo’s dark obsession, blurring his fantasy into reality. A chilling portrait of violence, The Transfiguration is an atmospheric thriller set against the grit of New York City.

Nagaram (2007)

When a man decides to give up his crime-filled life and turn over a new leaf, his past comes knocking right before he's supposed to get married.

No Dress Code Required (2017)

In this up-to-the-minute documentary, Victor and Fernando run a beauty salon in Baja California, Mexico. For many of their customers they were a lovely gay couple, until they decided to marry. They become the first ones in their state to fight for their rights in a place filled with homophobia and inequality, facing down the city council of Mexicali, which defies the Supreme Court ruling that allows gay marriage. Through their struggle, both in the courts and in the community, they manage to open the eyes of Mexican society, and affirm a love that fills every frame of this moving and eye opening new film.

Serena (2012)

A woman tells her pastor she's in love with him.

This Time Tomorrow (2016)

This Time Tomorrow, a film by Taylor Steele, documents an epic Pacific swell chase over 8 days and 18,000 miles traveled. Dave Rastovich and Craig Anderson attempt to surf the same wave twice as they pulsed eastward through the Pacific.

The Red Queen Kills Seven Times (1972)

The Red Queen Kills Seven Times (Italian: La dama rossa uccide sette volte) is a 1972 Italian giallo film directed by Emilio Miraglia.

Dawn (2014)

Dawn is a drama film directed by Romed Wyder, written by Billy MacKinnon and based on the novel Dawn by Elie Wiesel.

Meathook Massacre II (2017)

A rash of new meat-hook murders makes Dan suspect that the same killer responsible for the death of his twin sister and her friends is back. Taking matters into his own hands, he tracks down the maniac in an underground cavern, where he comes face-to-face with the meat hook wielding mongoloid and its sadistic family.

Lady Godiva Rides (1969)

The legendary Englishwoman endures imprisonment and a trans-Atlantic voyage after her husband is wounded by her lover.

A Sparkle of Life (2013)

A widow tries to spice up her life by using a matchmaking service.

Dogs (2016)

Dogs (Romanian: Câini) is a 2016 Romanian drama film directed by Bogdan Mirică. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival where it won the FIPRESCI Prize. It is Mirică's directorial debut.

Bitter Money (2017)

The city of Huzhou is home to 18,000 clothing factories. They are staffed by about 300,000 workers, many of them migrants from rural areas in the surrounding provinces. BITTER MONEY follows a handful of these workers, both at work where they may labor for more than 12 hours a day and in their off-hours, as they hang around shabby dorms drinking, dreaming of home, worrying about getting paid, and trying to decide whether their jobs are worth keeping. In one telling moment, a young woman considers joining a pyramid scheme, saying "They can't scam me because I don't have any money." Wang Bing brings his signature approach to the subject, never offering an overt condemnation of a system that promises a better life to rural youth, but entraps them in a grindingly dull existence. The camera watches carefully, lingering on shots, moving from one conversation to another. More powerful than any commentary, this technique captures the contours of the characters' lives, trapped as they are in abusive relationships, oppressive jobs, and dispiriting surroundings.

Roseville (2013)

Guests at a house in a mountainous region of Bulgaria are being stalked by a mysterious and terrifying force.

Souffler plus fort que la mer (2017)

Julie and her parents, Loïc and Louison, live as fishermen on a tiny island off Brittany. Faced with an economic crisis that oppressed them, the family has to sell their boat as scrape. Julie takes refuge in music and blows in her saxophone to overcome the sensations of submersion that invade her.

The Gypsy Moon (1954)

A space ranger (Richard Crane) and his crew discover two strange moons orbiting each other, inhabited by warring civilizations.

Platinum Data (2013)

The creator of a DNA mapping device has to prove he is innocent of murder.

Their Purple Moment (1928)

Their Purple Moment is a 1928 short comedy silent film starring Laurel and Hardy and directed by James Parrott.

The Arch (1969)

The Arch is a 1968 Hong Kong drama film directed by Tang Shu Shuen. The film was selected as the Hong Kong entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 42nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Highly Strung (2015)

The passions of the world of classical music.

Mother with a Gun (2016)

Inside the world of Jewish political extremism in the United States.

Shelter (2015)

Shelter was a movie shot as a passion project for under $100,000 and released in 2012. It has been featured at a number of festivals including the 2013 Eerie Horror Film Festival where it won Best Director, and the 2012 Williamsburg Independent Film Festival where it won Best Narrative Feature Film.

La última fiesta (2016)

Three friends have to recover a priceless painting that was stolen from a house they used to throw a huge party.

The Soilers (1923)

The Soilers is a 1923 American silent comedy film starring Stan Laurel, and was released in the same year as the Western silent movie drama The Spoilers. The name of one character from the original, "McNamara", may have a parody in the name of the James Finlayson character.

Mission: Kiss and Kill (1979)

Constable Lu, an honest cop, embarks on a mission to deliver jade miniature horses to a wealthy lord.

The Pollen of Flowers (1972)

A corrupt bisexual businessman brings his male secretary to his mistress' home.