The Onania Club (2020)
“The Onania Club” is a psychological thriller with mostly strong female characters. (It will definitely pass the Bechdel test with flying colors). The plot is still kept under wraps, but takes place in Hollywood, LA and it will be one of the most vile, inhumane movie experiences of all time
Doraemon: Nobita and the Spiral City (1997)
Doraemon: Nobita and the Spiral City (ドラえもん のび太のねじ巻き都市冒険記, Doraemon Nobita no Nejimaki Shitī Bōkenki), also known as Doraemon and the Spiral City, is a feature-length Doraemon film which premiered on 8 March 1997. It's the 18th Doraemon film.
Killer Flood: The Day the Dam Broke (2003)
Killer Flood: The Day the Dam Broke is a 2003 American made-for-television disaster film starring Joe Lando, Michele Greene and Bruce Boxleitner. It was produced by PorchLight Pictures and David Giancola's Edgewood Entertainment and first shown by Pax TV.
Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Dinosaur (2006)
Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Dinosaur 2006 , also known as Doraemon: The Movie 2006 and Doraemon and the Little Dinosaur, is a traditional animation feature film which is a remake of the first, 1980 Doraemon film, Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur. The new film was released theatrically in Japan on 4 March 2006. It's the 26th Doraemon film. The film got a private screening with English subtitles in Washington, D.C. on 14 November 2008, making it the first time Doraemon made an appearance in the US. This movie gross over 3.28 billion yen.
Sasquatch: The Legend Of Bigfoot (1976)
Sasquatch, aka Sasquatch, the Legend of Bigfoot is a docudrama filmed in 1975 by North American Film Productions, Oregon Ltd., at the height of public fascination with accounts and tales of Bigfoot sightings.
The film follows a group of explorers on a summer-long search for the mythical Bigfoot creature. The audience is informed that the search takes place in Northwest Canada (British Columbia) along the 'Peckatoe River Valley' but in reality the movie was filmed further south in the Three Sisters Wilderness area of the Cascade Mountain Range near Bend, Oregon.
While sometimes compared to other Bigfoot documentary films of the era such as (The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972) and Creature From Black Lake (1976), this film does not feature on-camera interviews with possible eyewitnesses. The producers strived for a sense of believability and used taglines like "The most complete and only true story of Bigfoot ever filmed" in promotional material. The film features a number of animal stunts, including cougar and bear attacks. To simulate the grizzly attack, Tootsie Rolls were placed on actor Lou Salerni's shoulder, where they were eaten by the trained bear. Animals were supplied by Dick Robinson who, along with "Sasquatch" co-producer and editor John Fabian, went on to make a Grizzly Adams-type film "The Life and Legend of Buffalo Jones". That film was also co-directed by "Sasquatch" cast member / narrator George Lauris and its soundtrack contains music by "Sasquatch" contributors Al Capps & Lane Caudell. The "Life and Legend of Buffalo Jones" film ultimately became known as "Buffalo Rider".
Our Very Own (1950)
Gail Macaulay (Ann Blyth), an average teenager on the eve of her high school graduation, is shattered when her younger sister blurts out the secret she's just discovered: Gail is adopted. Though Gail's loving mother (Jane Wyatt) begs her forgiveness, and her boyfriend, Chuck (Farley Granger), insists that it doesn't matter, Gail turns away from her family and sets out to find her real mother. But when she meets the sheepish woman (Ann Dvorak), their anticipated reunion does not go as planned.
Heir to Trouble (1935)
Heir to Trouble is a 1935 American Western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by Nate Gatzert. The film stars Ken Maynard, Joan Perry, Harry Woods, Martin Faust, Harry Bowen and Wally Wales. The film was released on December 17, 1935, by Columbia Pictures.
Near Mrs. (1992)
Two wives and a girlfriend show up after Soviets kidnap a Marine (Casey Siemaszko) posing as his bigamist boss (Judge Reinhold) in Paris.
Bedlam (1946) is a film starring Boris Karloff and Anna Lee, and was the last in a series of stylish horror B films produced by Val Lewton for RKO Radio Pictures. The film was inspired by William Hogarth's A Rake's Progress, and Hogarth was given a writing credit.
Expiration Date (2008)
Expiration Date (2006) is an independent black comedy film that won many film festival awards.
Fifth Ward (1998)
Fifth Ward is a 1997 drama film written, directed and produced by Greg Carter and starring Kory Washington, Thomas Miles, Donna Wilkerson, Thomas Webb Junie Hoang and Lee Carter. It follows an African-American man in the Fifth Ward ghetto of Houston entering a life of crime for a chance to kill the man who killed his brother. Fifth Ward was Greg Carter's first feature film which he wrote, produced, edited, and shot on 35mm.
A boy has a gender crisis in a discount super store.
Weapons of the Spirit (1987)
In 1944, Pierre Sauvage was born in a small village in France. He and his parents were among the nearly 5000 Jews there, hidden from occupying Nazis by the kindly residents. As an adult, Sauvage created this documentary to understand the almost otherworldly goodness of the village's inhabitants. Archival footage reveals collaborationist activities throughout the rest of France, while interviews with surviving villagers reveal their matter-of-fact attitude toward their acts of resistance.
Wish You Were Here (2005)
An American (Samuel Page) launches a desperate search to find his missing mate (Natassia Malthe) in Spain.
The King of Friday Night (1985)
Twenty years after their first brush with success, a since-disbanded Nova Scotia singing group reunites for a concert.
The Ballad of a Gunfighter (1964)
An outlaw (Marty Robbins) and his partner (Bob Barron) feud over the same woman (Joyce Reed).
Pope Dreams (2006)
Pope Dreams, also known as Music for My Mother, is a 2006 film written and directed by Patrick Hogan. The film won five awards at various film festivals.
China Girl (1942)
China Girl is a 1942 drama film which follows the exploits of a newsreel photographer in China and Burma against the backdrop of World War II. The film was directed by Henry Hathaway, and stars Gene Tierney, George Montgomery, Lynn Bari and Victor McLaglen. It is also known as A Yank In China, Burma Road and Over The Burma Road.
Sweet Music (1935)
Sweet Music is a 1935 American musical film directed by Alfred E. Green and written by Jerry Wald, Carl Erickson and Warren Duff. The film stars Rudy Vallée, Ann Dvorak, Ned Sparks, Helen Morgan, Robert Armstrong and Allen Jenkins. The film was released by Warner Bros. on February 23, 1935.
Pit and the Pendulum (1961)
The Pit and the Pendulum is a 1961 horror film directed by Roger Corman, starring Vincent Price, Barbara Steele, John Kerr, and Luana Anders. The screenplay by Richard Matheson was based on Edgar Allan Poe's short story of the same name. Set in sixteenth-century Spain, the story is about a young Englishman who visits a forbidding castle to investigate his sister's mysterious death. After a series of horrific revelations, apparently ghostly appearances and violent deaths, the young man becomes strapped to the titular torture device by his lunatic brother-in-law during the film's climactic sequence. The film was the second title in the popular series of Poe-based movies released by American International Pictures, the first having been Corman's House of Usher released the previous year. Like House, the film features widescreen cinematography by Floyd Crosby, sets designed by art director Daniel Haller, and a film score composed by Les Baxter. A critical and box-office hit, Pit's commercial success convinced AIP and Corman to continue adapting Poe stories for another six films, five of them starring Price. The series ended in 1965 with the release of The Tomb of Ligeia. Film critic Tim Lucas and writer Ernesto Gastaldi have both noted the film's strong influence on numerous subsequent Italian thrillers, from Mario Bava's The Whip and the Body (1963) to Dario Argento's Deep Red (1975). Stephen King has described one of Pit's major shock sequences as being among the most important moments in the post-1960 horror film.
13 Frightened Girls (1963)
13 Frightened Girls (also known as The Candy Web) is a 1963 Pathécolor Cold War spy film directed and produced by William Castle. Kathy Dunn stars as a teenage sleuth who finds herself embroiled in international espionage.
Castle was famous for promoting his films with gimmicks, and this one was no exception. He generated publicity by advertising for girls from 13 different countries to compete for parts as daughters of diplomats. As usual, he stretched the truth to suit his needs. Not all of the girls were from the countries they represented (for example Judy Pace was an American, not a Liberian). Also, there were 15 girls in all.
The Big Sombrero (1949)
The Big Sombrero is a 1949 American Western film directed by Frank McDonald and starring Gene Autry, Elena Verdugo, and Stephen Dunne. Written by Olive Cooper, the film is about a singing cowboy hired as foreman of the Big Sombrero ranch by a man working against the interests of the ranch's absentee owner and workers.
The Gay Intruders (1948)
The Gay Intruders is a 1948 comedy film directed by Ray McCarey and released by 20th Century Fox.
O Último Cine Drive-in (2015)
When he returns to his hometown with his ill mother, Marlombrando is reunited with his father at his drive-in.
Moonlight on the Prairie (1935)
Moonlight on the Prairie is a 1935 American Western film directed by D. Ross Lederman. It was the first of a Warner Bros. singing cowboy film series with Dick Foran and his Palomino Smoke.
From Ron Shelton, the writer/director of Bull Durham, White Men Can’t Jump, Cobb and Tin Cup – Screen legend Paul Newman (The Hustler, Cool Hand Luke, The Verdict) scorches the screen in this hilarious, sexy comedy. Newman stars as a fiery, eccentric governor who falls head over heels in love with dazzling Blaze Starr (Lolita Davidovich, Play It to the Bone), an innocent New Orleans stripper with a heart of gold. Forced to choose between the office he holds and the woman he loves, he chooses both... igniting an outrageous scandal full of trouble, tenderness and sexy high-spirited fun. This critically acclaimed and offbeat love story features Richard Jenkins (Step Brothers) and Shelton regular Robert Wuhl (Good Morning, Vietnam).
Up the Creek (1958)
Classic British comedy in which Lieutenant Fairweather (David Tomlinson) finds himself demoted to Commanding Officer of the ancient destroyer H.M.S. Berkeley. Its rag tag crew led by the Bosun (Peter Sellers) has been using the ship as a base for harmless racketeering. When an inspection of the ship is announced the Lieutenant and his crew are forced to work together to ensure a future. Hilarious mishaps ensue as they try to win the day.
Outrage is a 1998 American made-for-television thriller drama film and a remake of the 1973 film of the same name. It originally aired on ABC on Sunday, January 4, 1998.
Run, Hide, Die (2015)
Five girls head out to a cabin to help their friend find balance on the anniversary of her husband's death. As the weekend continues a secret begins to emerge and may boil over into revenge.
Kamen Rider Movie War Core: Kamen Rider vs. Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull (2010)
Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core is a 2010 tokusatsu drama film in the Kamen Rider Series, featuring the casts and characters of Kamen Rider W and Kamen Rider OOO. Originally announced in a teaser at the end of the film Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate, film was released in Japan on December 18, 2010. Actor Tarō Yamamoto guest stars in the film as the former partner of Sokichi Narumi, Koji Kikkawa reprising his role as the character. Both Kikkawa and Maki Ohguro are tied to a theme song for the film, recording the song "HEART∞BREAKER" under the band name "DaiKichi" (DaiKichi～大吉～). This movie is didn't fit the continuity while W take place after the final episode until Eiji used Tajador Combo again. The character of Kamen Rider Birth made its debut in the films.
A Christmas Story Live! (2017)
A Christmas Story Live! is a television special that was originally broadcast by Fox on December 17, 2017. It was a live, televised musical remake of the 1983 film A Christmas Story, and incorporated the 2012 stage musical version A Christmas Story: The Musical. The live musical was executive produced by Marc Platt and Adam Siegel, directed by Scott Ellis and Alex Rudzinski, and starred Matthew Broderick, Andy Walken, Maya Rudolph, Chris Diamantopoulos, and Jane Krakowski.
The Los Angeles Ripper (2011)
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Her Father, My Lover (2015)
The Olsen Gang - Final Mission (1998)
The Olsen Gang's Last Trick (Danish: Olsen-bandens sidste stik) is a 1998 Danish comedy film directed by Tom Hedegaard and Morten Arnfred, and starring Ove Sprogøe. The film was the 14th and last in the Olsen Gang-series. The movie is generally considered a disaster, both on and off screen. Main actor Poul Bundgaard and director Tom Hedegaard both died during production, Benny Hansen who appeared briefly as a hospital porter died two days after the end of filming, and veteran actor Bjørn Watt-Boolsen, who had appeared as the evil mastermind in most of the previous movies in the series, died just 10 days after opening night. The movie itself was generally scolded by critics, and even Olsen Gang creator and script writer Erik Balling later regretted having made it.
Venus fra Vestø (1962)
Venus fra Vestø (literally, Venus from West Island) is a 1962 Danish comedy war film directed by Annelise Reenberg and starring Malene Schwartz. The film is based on Jerrard Tickell's book Appointment with Venus (Danish title: Operation Venus).
Be Dear To Me (1957)
Be Dear to Me (Danish: Ingen tid til kærtegn) is a 1957 Danish film directed by Annelise Hovmand.
Sint & Diego en de Magische Bron van Myra (2012)
Rita the Mosquito (1966)
Rita the Mosquito (Italian: Rita la zanzara) is a 1966 Italian musicarello film directed by Lina Wertmüller (under the stage name George H. Brown). It has a sequel, Don't Sting the Mosquito.
The Olsen Gang Sees Red (1976)
The Olsen Gang Sees Red (Danish: Olsen-banden ser rødt) is a 1976 Danish comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Ove Sprogøe. The film was the eighth in the Olsen Gang-series, and was selected as the Danish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 49th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
The Torndal Cousins (1973)
Linkin Park: Road to Revolution: Live at Milton Keynes (2008)
Girls at Arms (1975)
Girls at Arms (Danish: Piger i trøjen) is a 1975 Danish comedy film directed by Finn Henriksen and starring Dirch Passer.
Mig og mafiaen (1973)
Me and the Mafia (Danish: Mig og Mafiaen) is a 1973 Danish comedy film directed by Henning Ørnbak and starring Dirch Passer.
Six Kids and Their Uncle (1966)
The Finzi Detective Agency (1979)
The Finzi Detective Agency (Italian: Agenzia Riccardo Finzi... praticamente detective) is a 1979 crime-comedy film written and directed by Bruno Corbucci and starring Renato Pozzetto. It is loosely based on the comic character Riccardo Finzi created by Max Bunker.
È nata una star? (2012)
Les gens du Monde (2014)
Rummy (Tamil: ரம்மி ) is a 2014 Indian Tamil romantic thriller drama film co-produced and directed by debutant Balakrishnan. It features Inigo Prabhakaran, Gayathrie in the lead roles while Vijay Sethupathi and Iyshwarya Rajesh in the supporting roles. The film was shot around Pudhukottai, Karaikudi and Thanjavur. It released on 31 January 2014 to moderate reviews.
Tayny madam Vong (1986)
Louisa, een woord van liefde (1972)
Trost i taklampa (1955)
Aasma: The Sky Is the Limit (2009)
Aasma: The Sky Is the Limit is a Bollywood film released on 23 January 2009.
Angely smerti (1993)
Tonya & Nancy: The Inside Story (1994)
Tonya & Nancy: The Inside Story is a 1994 American made-for-television biographical satirical-drama film written by Phil Penningroth and directed by Larry Shaw. It stars Alexandra Powers as Tonya Harding and Heather Langenkamp as Nancy Kerrigan and focuses on the January 1994 attack on Kerrigan and the extensive media coverage surrounding the infamous incident. It was released on NBC in April 1994, based on public domain material.
Mickey's Man Friday (1935)
Nicht fummeln, Liebling! (1970)
Barnyard Babies (1935)
Somewhere In Wrong (1925)
Somewhere in Wrong is a 1925 American film starring Stan Laurel.
Mysteries of India, Part I: Truth (1921)
Das Herz muß schweigen (1944)
Orochi is a 1925 black and white Japanese silent film with benshi accompaniment directed by Buntarō Futagawa. It is the most popular and beloved film of Tsumasaburō Bandō, featuring the star at the height of his fame.
Der Todesrächer von Soho (1972)
Heng cai san qian wan (1987)
The Thirty Million Dollar Rush is a 1987 Hong Kong action comedy film written, produced, directed by and starring Karl Maka. The film co-stars Brigitte Lin, Paula Tsui, Eric Tsang, Lau Kar-leung, Angile Leung and Mark Cheng.
The Conquest of the Pole (1912)
The Conquest of the Pole is a 1912 French silent film directed by and starring Georges Méliès. The film, loosely inspired by contemporary events and by Jules Verne's Voyages Extraordinaires, follows the comic misadventures of an international group of explorers on an expedition to the North Pole, where they encounter a man-eating frost giant and a dangerous magnetic needle.
Son contento (1983)
Son contento is a 1983 Italian drama comedy film directed by Maurizio Ponzi.
Wachtmeister Studer (1939)
Constable Studer is a 1939 Swiss crime film directed by Leopold Lindtberg and starring Heinrich Gretler, Adolf Manz and Anne-Marie Blanc. The film is based on a novel by Friedrich Glauser. It was followed by a sequel Madness Rules in 1947 with Gretler reprising his role.
The Woman Always Pays (1910)
The Abyss, also known as Woman Always Pays, is a 1910 Danish silent black-and-white drama film, written and directed by Urban Gad. The lead performance and natural acting by Asta Nielsen led to her international stardom. Because of the overt eroticism of Nielsen's performance, the film was censored in Norway and Sweden.
Body & Soul: Diana & Kathy (2007)
Body & Soul: Diana & Kathy, directed by Alice Elliott, is a 2007 documentary film that focuses on the symbiotic relationship between Diana Braun, who has Down Syndrome, and Kathy Conour, who has cerebral palsy. The two activists for the rights of people with disabilities met three decades ago and vowed to fight to live independent lives together.
Jatra: Hyalagaad Re Tyalagaad (2005)
Jatra is a 2006 Indian Marathi-language comedy film directed and written by Kedar Shinde. It is considered one of the more popular films starring actors Bharat Jadhav and Siddarth Jadhav. The music was composed by the duo Ajay and Atul Gogavale. Jatra features the song Kombadi Palali, which at the time became a hit. Ajay and Atul later used the same tune from the song "Kombdi Palali" when composing the item song "Chikni Chameli" for the Hindi film Agneepath in 2012.
Kid is a 1990 film. Also Known As: "Back for Revenge".
Lass jucken Kumpel (1972)
Semmel, Wurst und Birkenwasser - Die liebestollen Handwerker (1972)
Hovedløst begær (2011)
The Fakir (2004)
Frogs and Toads (2009)
This is How the World Ends (2000)
Le Sourire (1960)
Hugo & Rosa (2002)
The Angelmakers (2005)
The Angelmakers is a 2005 documentary, the debut film of filmmaker Astrid Bussink, which provides insight into the epidemic of arsenic murders by women, known as The Angel Makers of Nagyrév, which brought worldwide attention to the area in 1929. The documentary won the First Appearance competition at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, as well as several other awards.
Ocean Voyagers (2007)
Bedtime Stories for Grownups (1974)
Rise, Fair Sun (1973)
Rise, Fair Sun is a 1973 Japanese drama film directed by Kei Kumai. It was entered into the 24th Berlin International Film Festival.
Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County (1998)
Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County is a pseudo-documentary horror film directed by Dean Alioto. It is a larger-budget version of The McPherson Tape, and originally aired on UPN on January 18, 1998. Kristian Ayre plays Tommy, a teenager in Lake County, Minnesota, who is making a home movie of his family's Thanksgiving dinner when they are attacked and ultimately abducted by extraterrestrials. The film caused confusion and controversy among first-time viewers, many of whom believed it portrayed real events, and did not realize it was fictional.
Freddy unter fremden Sternen (1959)
El Monstruo Resucitado (1953)
IN SPANISH - ENGLISH SUBTITLED - Beautiful young journalist Nora (played by haunting Miroslava) gets a very cool job: she must interview the mysterious Dr. Ling (Linares Riva). She gets the shock of her life when she finds out that the brilliant scientist actually is a deranged and misshaped madman who is instantly obsessed by her beauty. Refused by Nora, Ling loses all control on what little sanity he’s got left. So he resuscitates a handsome young man by transplanting a new brain in the corpse and orders the zombie to kidnap Nora. But not even an undead man can resist Nora’s beauty and the love-lorn zombie falls desperately in love with the girl. Their ungodly romance, though, is doomed to come to a bloody halt…Mexican cult director Chano Urueta directs his very own take on the immortal myth of Frankenstein’s monster. Filmed in 1955, this film single-handedly started the Mexican horror new wave. Eerie settings, deranged characters, over the top storylines, all this and much more is featured in Monster, an unmissable classic of crazy creativity gone berserk. Monster is here to stay!
Anders Matthesen: Anden paa coke? (2006)
Primitive Pluto (1950)
Garfield in Disguise (1985)
Garfield's Halloween Adventure is a 1985 American animated television special based on the Garfield comic strip. It is directed by Phil Roman and written by Garfield creator Jim Davis, and features the voices of Lorenzo Music, Thom Huge, Gregg Berger and C. Lindsay Workman.
The Infernal Boiling Pot (1903)
Le Chaudron infernal, released in Britain as The Infernal Cauldron and in the United States as The Infernal Caldron and the Phantasmal Vapors, is a 1903 French silent film directed by Georges Méliès. It was released by Méliès's Star Film Company and is numbered 499–500 in its catalogues.
Jonas et Lila, à demain (1999)