Search and Destroy: Iggy & The Stooges' Raw Power (2010)
Iggy and the Stooges record their third album.
Moist Fury (2011)
Gang members avenge a fallen comrade.
Wake-Up Callz (2010)
An alien travels to Earth to prevent its destruction.
An assassin is sent by his psychotic employer to kill his ex-wife. In his quest to accomplish his task, he becomes familiar with his target, making his mission difficult. Now, he must face the consequences of his actions.
Social Misfits (2001)
Troubled teens learn to work together at a reform camp.
Journey's End (1930)
Journey's End is a 1930 British-American war film directed by James Whale. Based on the play of the same name by R. C. Sherriff, the film tells the story of several British army officers involved in trench warfare during the First World War. The film, like the play before it, was an enormous critical and commercial success and launched the film careers of Whale and several of its stars.
The following year there was a German film version Die andere Seite directed by Heinz Paul starring Conrad Veidt as Stanhope and Wolfgang Liebeneiner as Raleigh. The film was banned just weeks after the Nazis took power in 1933.
In 1976, the play was adapted again as Aces High with the scenario shifted to the British Royal Flying Corps. The play was adapted for film again with its original title and scenario in 2017.
FUTURE LANGUAGE: The Dimensions of VON LMO (2018)
Filmmaker Lori Felker examines the life and career of mysterious musician Von LMO.
It's Such a Beautiful Day (2011)
A man struggles to salvage his shattered psyche.
You Are My Vampire (2014)
A vampire writer's fantasies come true.
Hero is a Tollywood film that was directed by Vijaya Bapineedu and produced by Allu Aravind. This film starred Chiranjeevi, Radhika, and Rao Gopal Rao in important roles. This film released on 23 April 1984.
JonBenet's Tricycle (2018)
A Denver man collects odd items and forges bonds with them.
Country Music Holiday (1958)
Country Music Holiday is a 1958 American musical film directed by Alvin Ganzer and written by Harry Spalding. The film stars Ferlin Husky, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Rocky Graziano, Faron Young, Al Fisher, Lou Marks and June Carter Cash. The film was released in March 1958, by Paramount Pictures.
La Sierra (2005)
La Sierra is the most violent barrio in one of South America's most violent cities, Medelln, Colombia. Like the nation itself, the neighborhood exists in a state of perpetual civil war, with the cocaine trade an active participant. As the ranks of rival gangs are killed off, their members grow ever younger. Edison, 22, is the old man on the block, a father of six. Jesus, 19, can feel death calling him. Cielo, 17, is already a widow. This acclaimed documentary chronicles one year in their lives.
A sangre fría (1959)
A police officer (Fernando Senz) and a thug head toward a violent confrontation.
The Haunting of Seacliff Inn (1994)
The Haunting of Seacliff Inn is a 1994 made-for-TV mystery film, starring Ally Sheedy and William R. Moses. It was written by Walter Klenhard and Tom Walla and directed by Klenhard. The film was first aired at USA Network on September 22, 1994.
Get Mean (1976)
Get Mean, also known as Beat a Dead Horse, Vengeance of the Barbarians and The Stranger Gets Mean, is a 1975 Italian-American Spaghetti Western fantasy comedy film directed by Ferdinando Baldi and starring Tony Anthony, Lloyd Battista, Raf Baldassarre, Diana Lorys and Mirta Miller. It is the final sequel to A Stranger in Town, with Anthony reprising the role of "The Stranger."
Best and Most Beautiful Things (2016)
Best and Most Beautiful Things is a 2016 documentary film directed by Garrett Zevgetis and produced by Zevgetis, Ariana Garfinkel, Jeff Consiglio, and Jordan Salvatoriello. Its world premiere was held at the South by Southwest film festival on March 14, 2016, where it was nominated for a Jury Award for Best Documentary Feature. The film explores the coming of age of an exuberant and precocious young blind woman, Michelle Smith, who identifies as being on the autism spectrum. As she tries various ways of finding her true self in a new world of adults, she struggles with family tensions and trying to keep a job. On a more personal level, she begins developing a sense of sexual identity through exploring aspects of fetishism. In a December 1, 2016 review in The New York Times, Neil Genzlinger called the film "a remarkably forthright documentary" in which Ms. Smith makes "a difficult transition for someone with disabilities - the end of the schooling years, with their structure and relative safety." The same review named the film a New York Times "Critics' Pick."
Transgender Tuesdays: A Clinic In the Tenderloin (2012)
Eighteen years ago, a team of HIV health-care workers at a clinic in San Francisco and activists opened the country's first primary care clinic for transgendered people.
Treasure Chest Of Horrors (2012)
Percival searches for his grandfather's hidden treasure chest and finds four horror films.
Esta Noite Encarnarei no Teu Cadáver (1967)
This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse (Portuguese: Esta Noite Encarnarei no Teu Cadáver) is a 1967 Brazilian horror film directed by José Mojica Marins. Marins is also known by his alter ego Coffin Joe (Zé do Caixão). It is the second installment of Marins' "Coffin Joe trilogy", being preceded by At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul (1963), and followed by Embodiment of Evil (2008).
Zombie '90: Extreme Pestilence (1991)
Two doctors fend off attacks by zombies as they research a way to stop them.
Ocean Driven (2017)
A gripping, inspirational story about Chris Bertish's big wave surfing odyssey that culminates in the world’s premier big wave surfing competition at Mavericks. Bertish takes the world by storm in the largest waves there in 2010.
Unpredictable Nature of the River (1996)
Jean-Franois de la Plaine becomes a governor in West Africa at the height of the slave trade.
An anthropologist (Cornel Wilde) and his daughter (Jennifer Salt) disturb a monster's skeleton in Mexico.
Earl Carroll Vanities (1945)
Earl Carroll Vanities is a 1945 American musical film directed by Joseph Santley and written by Frank Gill Jr.. The film stars Dennis O'Keefe, Constance Moore, Eve Arden, Otto Kruger, Alan Mowbray and Stephanie Bachelor. The film was released on April 5, 1945, by Republic Pictures.
The Georgia Peaches (1980)
The Georgia Peaches is a 1980 American made-for-television action-adventure comedy film produced by Roger Corman as a pilot for a proposed television series. It starred Tanya Tucker, Terri Nunn and Dirk Benedict as three friends extorted into becoming undercover FBI agents for the government and was broadcast on CBS on November 8, 1980.
40 Point Plan (2012)
An anonymous film director posts a film online in 2011 and it impacts America.
Tomorrow, the World! (1944)
Tomorrow, the World! is a 1944 black-and-white motion picture starring Fredric March, Betty Field, and Agnes Moorehead, about a young German boy (Skip Homeier) who had been active in the Hitler youth who comes to live with his uncle in the United States, who tries to teach him to reject Nazism. The film, directed by Leslie Fenton, was based on the successful 1943 Broadway play of the same name.
The title comes from Hitler's infamous threat: "Today Germany; tomorrow the world."
Shadow Skill (1995)
Evil forces push an orphan's martial-arts skills to the breaking point.
Based on stories from the 1980s, illegal marijuana growers who see their crops destroyed tend to their illegal cannabis, which incites heists, revenge, sex in the sunlight, and feminine heroism.
The Fappening (2015)
A struggling filmmaker's wish for fame is fulfilled.
Aqui na Terra (1993)
Aqui na Terra (Here on Earth) (1993) it's a Portuguese film directed by João Botelho.
Girl on the Run (1958)
Stu Bailey and Jeff Spencer were the wisecracking, womanising private detective heroes of this Warner Bros. drama. Stu and Jeff worked out of an office located at 77 Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, right next door to a snazzy restaurant where Kookie worked as a valet. The finger-snapping, slang-talking Kookie occasionally helped Stu and Jeff with their cases, and eventually became a full-fledged member of the detective agency. Rex Randolph and J.R. Hale also joined the firm, and Suzanne was their leggy secretary.
Comin' Round the Mountain (1951)
Comin' Round The Mountain is a 1951 film starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello.
The Scapegoat (1959)
The Scapegoat is a 1959 crime film based on the novel of the same name by Daphne du Maurier, and starring Alec Guinness, Nicole Maurey and Bette Davis.
Oyster Factory (2016)
The film slowly reveals the simmering xenophobia of a company's owners, enflamed by the influx of unskilled Chinese laborers who are scooping up the low-wage jobs the Japanese refuse to take.
Blood and Black Lace (1964)
Blood and Black Lace (Italian: Sei donne per l'assassino, lit. 'Six Women for the Murderer') is a 1964 giallo directed by Mario Bava.
Bava co-wrote the screenplay with Giuseppe Barilla and Marcello Fondato. The film stars Cameron Mitchell and Eva Bartok. The story concerns the stalking and brutal murders of various scantily-clad fashion models, committed by a masked killer in a desperate attempt to obtain a scandal-revealing diary.
The film is generally considered one of the earliest and most influential of all gialli films and served as a stylistic template for the "body count" slasher films of the 1980s. Tim Lucas has noted that the film has "gone on to inspire legions of contemporary filmmakers, from Dario Argento to Martin Scorsese to Quentin Tarantino." In 2004, one of its sequences was voted No. 85 in "The 100 Scariest Movie Moments" by the Bravo TV network.
King's Rhapsody (1955)
King's Rhapsody is a 1955 English musical film directed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Anna Neagle, Errol Flynn and Patrice Wymore. It was based on the musical King's Rhapsody by Ivor Novello.
Four filmmakers participate in a humorous quest to see if ghosts really exist. Eight months in five states, including interviews with the most respected specialists in the paranormal field, make it an unforgettable journey.
Win, Place or Steal (1975)
Hapless gamblers Billy (Dean Stockwell), Raymond (Russ Tamblyn) and Frank (Alex Karras) spend most of their time and all of their money at the track, betting and losing on horse races. Disgusted at the amount of cash they've lost on the ponies over the years, the three friends hatch a scheme to make their money back and then some: They'll steal one of the machines that prints out the track's betting slips and use it to place winning bets after the race is run.
Rio, 40 Degrees (1955)
Rio, 100 Degrees F (Portuguese: Rio, 40 Graus) is a 1955 Brazilian film written and directed by Nelson Pereira dos Santos. It is dos Santos' first feature work, inspired by the Italian Neo-Realism, and is considered a precursor of the Cinema Novo movement.
The Healer (1935)
The Healer is a 1935 American film directed by Reginald Barker. The film is also known as Little Pal.
Rio, Zona Norte (1957)
A talented songwriter must face the social injustices of his city.
Indian Paint (1965)
Nishko is a chief's son in the Great Plains, before Europeans arrive. During his rite of passage, he's determined to tame a painted pony. He approaches manhood while his peaceful clan is set upon by a nearby tribe willing to break a treaty. He must also contend with the kidnapping of three young women from his village, his pony's illness behind enemy lines, his mother's coma after a rattlesnake bite, the medicine man's urging that he sacrifice what he loves best, the attack of a cougar and of wolves, and his own injury while alone in the woods. His kindness, bravery, and quick thinking serve him well, but rescue come from an unexpected source.
The Paper (2007)
The student staff of The Daily Collegian, Pennsylvania State University's college newspaper, battle plummeting circulation, barriers to investigative reporting, and criticism of coverage.
Exploring the balance of nature and technology,particularly the advances of human civilization and how man's technological marvels threaten the environment.
A Greek protestor receives an unexpected visit from the goddess Athena.
Bermuda Affair (1956)
Bermuda Affair is a 1956 film. It stars Gary Merrill, Kim Hunter and Ron Randell.
Digging deep in the Arctic tundra, a foreman and his oil crew unearth a healing substance and a deadly alien.
Blind Fear (1989)
Two crazed men (Jack Langedijk, Kim Coates) and a woman trap a blind beauty (Shelley Hack) in an old hunting lodge whose layout she knows well.
Asparagus! Stalking the American Life (2008)
Residents of Oceana County take on the U.S. war on drugs, free trade and a fast food nation to save their livelihood.
Small Town Boy (1937)
Small Town Boy is a 1937 American film directed by Glenn Tryon.
Wait Until Spring, Bandini (1989)
Wait Until Spring, Bandini is a 1989 film written and directed by Dominique Deruddere, based upon the novel by John Fante. The film received the André Cavens Award for Best Film and won three Joseph Plateau Awards.
Behind The Sun (1995)
Samir Majan, a Muslim college student who studies in the United States, is a Christian when he returns to his homeland.
Alien Warrior (1986)
An intergalactic adventurer with cosmic powers comes to the aid of earthlings dominated by a ruthless crime boss.
Danger Zone III: Steel Horse War (1990)
A lone biker (Jason Williams) follows the trail of outlaw biker Reaper (Robert Random) and his gang to buried Civil War gold.
The Animal Kingdom (1932)
The Animal Kingdom (also known as The Woman in His House in the UK) is a 1932 American pre-Code comedy-drama film directed by Edward H. Griffith based upon a comedy of manners of the same name by Philip Barry.
The film stars Leslie Howard, Ann Harding, Myrna Loy, William Gargan, Ilka Chase, and Neil Hamilton. Howard, Gargan, and Chase also starred in the play when it opened on Broadway on 12 January 1932.
In 1960, the film entered the public domain (in the USA) due to the claimant's failure to renew its copyright registration in the 28th year after publication.
Sunset After Dark (1996)
A writer (Tony Maggio) learns that a former adult-film actress (Monique Parent) is the prime suspect in a series of murders.
Bayan ko: Kapit sa patalim (1984)
This Is My Country is a 1984 Filipino drama film that is directed by Lino Brocka. The film was entered into the 1984 Cannes Film Festival. It was selected as the Philippine entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 58th Academy Awards, but was not nominated.
Under The Gun (1995)
Under the Gun is a 1995 Australian action film starring Richard Norton. It was also known as Iron Fist.
Chantal (Carole Bouquet), a liberal lawyer and single mom, hires Colombian immigrants to rehab her home so her new lover cannot move in.
Fairview St. (2010)
James is paroled after spending four years in prison and is hounded by two detectives who want to make him pay for his past crimes.
Jive Junction (1943)
Jive Junction is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Edgar G. Ulmer and written by Irving Wallace, Walter Doniger and Malvin Wald. The film stars Dickie Moore, Tina Thayer, Gerra Young, John Michaels, Jack Wagner and Jan Wiley. The film was released on December 16, 1943, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
Contractor's Routine (2011)
Jacob (Kevin Giffin) begins committing terrible acts of violence and murder in his fantasy life and only his mentor, an alter ego in his fantasy world, can stop the violence from spilling into the real world.
Gunsmoke Trail (1938)
Gunsmoke Trail is a 1938 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Fred Myton. The film stars Jack Randall, Louise Stanley, Al St. John, Henry Roquemore, Ted Adams and John Merton. The film was released on May 27, 1938, by Monogram Pictures.
Climbing the Matterhorn (1947)
Climbing the Matterhorn is a 1947 American short documentary film directed by Irving Allen. It won an Oscar at the 20th Academy Awards in 1948 for Best Short Subject (Two-Reel).
Beautifully Esther (2011)
Esther's life is interrupted by her husband's collapse.
Pimp is a British thriller film in the mockumentary vein of Man Bites Dog, it was released in cinemas on 21 May 2010. It is written, produced and directed by Robert Cavanah who also plays the lead role. It also starred Billy Boyd, Martin Compston, Scarlett Alice Johnson, Barbara Nedeljáková, Robert Fucilla and Danny Dyer.
Bloody Che Contra (1968)
Rebel leader Che Guevara (Francisco Rabal), Castro's right-hand man, is hunted as a guerrilla activist in Bolivia.
Summer Song (2012)
Ellie, a talented musician, gets the chance of a lifetime, but she is torn between her dream and her obligations to family.
Three young women search for wellness, while a cult leader tries to control their bodies through labor and daily rituals.
When Zachary Beaver Came To Town (2003)
When Zachary Beaver Came to Town is a 2003 comedy-drama film starring Jonathan Lipnicki and Cody Linley. It was adapted from a National Book Award-winning children's novel of the same name by Kimberly Willis Holt.
Explode for Me (2012)
Vincent Di Bona (Jeff Dinnell), an eccentric director, starts the most important project of his life with his protege, Kelly Wind (Cameron McCarty).
The Beatniks (1960)
The Beatniks is a 1960 American film directed by Paul Frees. It was also featured on the movie-mocking program Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Silent Partner (1944)
Silent Partner is a 1944 American thriller film directed by George Blair and written by Dane Lussier and Gertrude Walker. Starring William "Bill" Henry, Beverly Lloyd, Grant Withers, Ray Walker, Joan Blair and Roland Drew, the film was released on June 9, 1944, by Republic Pictures.
An aspiring politician (Earl Owensby) turns executioner when his stand against corruption leads to the murder of his wife and daughter.
Aquí y Allá: Here and There (2012)
Aquí y Allá is a 2012 drama film directed by Antonio Méndez Esparza. The film is about a Mexican immigrant who returns home to a small mountain village in Guerrero, Mexico after years of working in the US, and struggles to rebuild his family and follow his dream of starting a band: the Copa Kings. The film won the International Critics' Week Grand Prize at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
Circus of Love (1954)
Circus of Love is a 1954 film from King Brothers Productions. It was the German version of Carnival Story, shot simultaneously.
It stars Eva Bartok and Curd Jürgens.
Green Magic (1953)
Green Magic (Italian: Magia verde) is a 1953 Italian documentary film directed by Gian Gaspare Napolitano.
The Adults in the Room (2010)
A filmmaker reflects on his relationship with an older man during his teen years.
Gun Law Justice (1949)
Gun Law Justice is a 1949 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by Basil Dickey. The film stars Jimmy Wakely, Dub Taylor, Poni Adams, Lee Phelps, John James and I. Stanford Jolley. The film was released on March 13, 1949, by Monogram Pictures.
The Chief (2010)
The life and accomplishments bootlegger, gambler and politician Art Rooney Sr.
Doctors of the Dark Side (2011)
Doctors of the Dark Side is the first feature length documentary about the pivotal role of physicians and psychologists in detainee torture.
The Argyle Secrets (1948)
The Arygle Secrets is a 1948 film directed by Cy Endfield. It was based on a half-hour radio play by Endfield, originally heard on CBS' Suspense. The film was made for the micro-budget of $100,000 and shot in eight days.
Another Nice Mess (1972)
Another Nice Mess is a 1972 comedy film written and directed by Bob Einstein, a former writer for The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. The film starred Rich Little as Richard Nixon and Herb Voland as Spiro Agnew. The film is presented in the style of a Laurel and Hardy comedy, with Nixon in the Oliver Hardy role, and Agnew in the Stan Laurel role. The film is out of print and hard to find. The film also stars Bruce Kirby, Diahn Williams, Stewart Bradley, and Steve Martin in his film debut.
Carol's Journey (2002)
Carol's Journey (Spanish: El viaje de Carol) is a 2002 Spanish drama film directed by Imanol Uribe.
Ganga Zumba (1963)
Ganga Zumba is a film made in 1963 and released in 1972 about slavery in Brazil.
Parachute Nurse (1942)
Parachute Nurse is a 1942 Columbia Pictures film about the Aerial Nurse Corps. The film was directed by Charles Barton.
The Fighting Ranger (1948)
A bold Texas Ranger sets off on the trail of a band of ruthless outlaws.
All About Women (2008)
All About Women, originally titled She Ain't Mean and Not All Women Are Bad, is a 2008 Chinese romantic comedy-drama film directed by Tsui Hark. Starring Zhou Xun, Kitty Zhang and Gwei Lun-mei, the film tells a series of interwoven stories as it focuses on the lives of three women and their romantic relationships. Zhou plays a clumsy woman who secretly develops a pheromone drug patch, which serves as a plot device for the film; Kwai plays a punk rock band singer, who is also a boxer and novelist; and Zhang plays a wealthy attractive woman.
Blood Feud (1978)
A passionate story of revenge, lust and love. Set against the backdrop of World War II, Blood Feud tells of the struggle against the Sicilian Mafia, from the streets of Sicily to the tenements of New York. Titina (Sophia Loren) is a happily married Sicilian housewife but, like so many others, is widowed early in life when her husband is brutally murdered by the Mafia. After spending ten years away, Spallone (Marcello Mastroianni), returns home and falls in love with Titina. Also returning to avenge his cousin's death is Nick (Giancarlo Giannini), a small-time crook, who also falls for his cousin's widow. In the deadly game of love - as in war - there is always a winner and a loser...
Talking Guitars (2008)
Craftsman Flip Scipio builds and restores guitars for musicians Paul Simon, Carly Simon and Jackson Browne.
Witchcraft IV: The Virgin Heart (1992)
Julie Strain stars as a satanic stripper in the fourth chapter of the Witchcraft series.
Fighting Thoroughbreds (1939)
Fighting Thoroughbreds is a 1939 American drama film directed by Sidney Salkow and written by Wellyn Totman. The film stars Ralph Byrd, Mary Carlisle, Robert Allen, George "Gabby" Hayes, Marvin Stephens and Charles C. Wilson. The film was released on January 6, 1939, by Republic Pictures.
A Girl Is a Gun (1971)
A seductress (Rachel Kesterber) accompanies a gunslinger (Jean-Pierre Laud) fleeing from a posse.
Blazing Frontier (1943)
Blazing Frontier is a 1943 American film directed by Sam Newfield.
The film is also known as Blazing Range (American recut version).
Into Our Own Hands (2010)
The employees of a bankrupt lingerie factory form a cooperative to take over the business.
Unpublished Story (1942)
Bob Randall is a war correspondent during the Second World War. Returning to London, he becomes aware of a Peace Organisation that he suspects is in fact a cover for Nazi manipulations in Britain. He attends a meeting where he meets Carol, a fellow journalist on his paper who does not have the same suspicions. As he investigates further, his attempts to have his findings published are blocked. The situation escalates and he and Carol end up fighting for the truth as well as their lives.
Mitsuko Delivers (2011)
Mitsuko Delivers is a 2011 Japanese comedy film directed by Yuya Ishii.
Between the Teeth (1993)
Former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne performs with his band 10 Car Pile-Up at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, N.J., on Oct. 31, 1992.