Black Holler (2018)
In 1989, 11 college students headed to the woods on a scholarship competition, but they didn't know they'd be competing for their lives
King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table (2017)
In medieval England, Merlin and King Arthur banish the evil enchantress Morgana and her son Mordred to the ends of the universe as Morgana vows revenge. In present day, Knights descendant Penn doesn’t take much stock in the legends of his supposed ancestors, even as the descendants meet in Thailand to practice fighting. But when Morgana and her son return to earth, armed with alien technology and hell-bent on destroying every last descendant of King Arthur and his knights, Penn must to come to terms with who he was born to be, and bring together the new Knights of the Round Table to save themselves and the earth from Morgana's total vengeance.
I Am Sono Sion! (1985)
A published poet by his teens, Sion Sono became an important presence in poetry, experimental theater, and experimental film.
Brothers of the Night (2016)
Young Bulgarian Roma head to Vienna to support their families back home.
A Woman Deceived (2017)
A woman begins to realize that her new husband might be the man responsible for her first husband's death.
It’s like 8 Mile meets Jacob’s Ladder meets some other movie about horrible hallucinations and horrible music. At some point, our hero starts flipping through the screenplay of the movie that he’s in (was this a mistake or some serious Modernism shit) and then out of nowhere his hands are covered with blood and then the hot brunette that he’s with (horror icon Debbie Rochon) is in the bathroom topless rubbing blood and guts all over her tits. Then, they get down to some bloodsoaked making out. A truly awesome moment for any fan of bloodied tits! There’s also an extended fuck scene later on in which we see Ms. Cutie Brunette’s now unbloody, natural, big tits from a variety of angles and a weird scene in what we imagine was supposed to be hell where we see the very big tits of a very fat white woman. It’s like an amusement park ride that, much as it sickens you, you’ll want to ride again and again.
Generation on the Wind (1979)
Generation on the Wind is a 1979 documentary film produced by David Vassar. The film is a character study centered on a rag tag group of young artists, mechanics and environmental activists who successfully built the largest electrical generating windmill in the world. The documentary required two years of shooting to finish the film. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
A heartbroken man who has little left to lose is confronted by a sketchy stranger who is insistent about being let in to use the phone.
A disillusioned woman becomes a serial killer and only a brilliant detective using his unusual neurological condition can stop her.
Selling Stupid (2017)
Two women working for an advertising firm have to come up with a campaign for a new video game.
Go with God, Gringo (1966)
After he's framed for murder, Gringo needs to prove his innocence and save his woman.
Filmmaker Robert McCullough Jr. examines the history and influence of the tournament.
Alzheimer's: A Love Story (2015)
Alzheimer's disease and it's impact on the 40-year relationship between Greg and Michael.
Yeah, Kowalski! (2013)
13-year-old Gabe wishes he could find a way to impress Shane, a classmate he has a crush on.
Wu lin feng yun (1970)
A Taste of Cold Steel or is a 1970 Hong Kong Shaw Brothers action film adventure directed by Yueh Feng. It is a sequel to the Shaw Brothers previous film, Rape of the Sword.
A family enjoys an idyllic existence in their isolated, ramshackle home, which edges onto an abandoned highway. Almost entirely cut off from society at large, they forge their own Utopia, but everything changes when city trucks roll in to complete the road’s construction, allowing rush hour traffic to start rumbling by. Stars Isabelle Huppert (The Piano Teacher).
Family Mission: The TJ Lobraico Story (2016)
The story of T.J. Lobraico, a soldier killed in Afghanistan in 2013, and his military family.
After Auschwitz (2017)
n After Auschwitz, filmmaker Jon Kean examines the question, “What happens after surviving an unspeakable horror?” with six stories of remarkable women who survived the Holocaust and went on to build lives in the United States, but never truly found a place to call home.
For survivors of the Holocaust, liberation was both an incredible moment and a devastating one. It marked the beginning of a life-long struggle. Most wanted to go home, but there was no home left in devastated post-war Europe. Many came to America and wanted to tell people about their experiences, but were silenced. “You’re in America now, put it behind you” is what they were told. The women Kean follows became mothers and wives with successful careers, but never fully healed from the scars of the past.
Their stories show the indelible role immigrants and women played in the history of America during the second half of the 20th century, and they serve as our guides on an unbelievable journey - sometimes celebratory, sometimes heart-breaking, but always inspiring.
24 Hour Comic (2017)
Eight artists take part in a challenge to complete a full 24-page comic book in one day.
Frankenstein's Bloody Nightmare (2006)
Sent over the edge by the death of the woman he loved, a brilliant man uses a reanimated corpse to murder young women and harvest their body parts.
Midnight Sonder (2016)
Midnight Sonder is a 2016 British independent drama feature film written and directed by Mayuren Naidoo and starring Evan Jones, Sheldon Philbert and Marcia Tucker. It is director Mayuren Naidoo's feature film debut.
The film was released on 9 December 2016 on Amazon Video in the United Kingdom, United States, Germany and Japan.
Faded Finery (2014)
When a little girl befriends a pack of coyotes, her village does not take kindly to the act.
Corbari (also known as Mission Corbari) is a 1970 Italian war-drama film written and directed by Valentino Orsini. It is based on real life events of Italian partisan Silvio Corbari.
Sabata the Killer (1970)
Bank robbers go on the run after a heist when the bank's manager hires a posse to track them down.
3 Türken & ein Baby (2015)
The lives of three Turkish brothers are turned upside down when one of them suddenly has to take care of his ex-girlfriend's baby.
Big Business (1924)
Big Business is a 1924 American short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 22nd Our Gang short subject released.
The Babymooners (2017)
Two weeks before the birth of her first child, a woman recounts her reluctant journey to motherhood in a video letter to her son.
Outlaw: Black Dagger (1968)
Street gangs go to war for control of the Kansai region.
The Lost Choices (2015)
The Lost Choices is a 2015 British drama film written, directed and produced by Jamie Thomson. The film is set on the Kent coast, in which two boys are subjected to different forms of abuse, the consequences of which are finally played out some twenty years later. The film was shot in Ramsgate, Kent during Summer 2011 over a 3-week period on a microbudget and picked up by Metrodome Distribution and released on September 14, 2015. Due to budget constraints, the film contained a large portion of untrained actors from the local area, involved a small crew of 6 and used locations of families and friends. The main cast included Lou Murrall, James Kenward, Anna Brook, Callum Pease, Levi Hart, Mark Wingett and Gabriel Thomson.
Wounded (Spanish: La herida) is a 2013 Spanish drama film directed by Fernando Franco.
Chissà perché... capitano tutte a me (1980)
Everything Happens to Me (Italian: Chissà perché... capitano tutte a me) is a 1980 Italian children's comedy movie starring Bud Spencer and child actor Cary Guffey. It is a direct sequel of the 1979 movie The Sheriff and the Satellite Kid and is also known under the title Why Did You Pick on Me?
Emanuelle: Queen of Sados (1980)
She's (Laura Gemser) blackmailed by the hit man she hires for her spouse.
Dangerous Invitations (2002)
A couple's attempt to spice up their sex life with a third partner yields nightmarish results.
Heroes Don't Come Home (2016)
A broken promise forces two men to consider who they were and who they've become.
The Misfortunes of Francois Jane (2016)
A man is ruined by his obsession with a woman.
Joy Division (2006)
Joy Division is a 2006 British-German-Hungarian film directed by Reg Traviss. The story is a fictional biopic which follows the life of a boy in Germany at the end of World War II into his adulthood in Russia and London during the Cold War. The script was written by Reg Traviss and Rosemary Mason and went into production in 2004 after completion of Traviss' short film JD Pilot in 2003, based upon the same script and which also starred Ed Stoppard in the role of adult Thomas. Joy Division was shown for the film industry at the Cannes Film Festival European Film Market and at the American Film Market in 2005. It was invited to screen at the Copenhagen International Film Festival in 2006 and was released theatrically in the United Kingdom in November 2006.
Vai que Dá Certo 2 (2016)
Underdogs in search of easy money find a compromising video and decide to get into the business of blackmailing people.
A London based nightclub doorman relates the brutal realities of his job.
Thicker Than Water (1935)
Thicker than Water is a short film starring Laurel and Hardy, directed by James W.Horne, produced by Hal Roach, and released in 1935 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The short also features James Finlayson and Daphne Pollard in supporting roles. It was the last two-reel comedy starring the comedy team, as Hal Roach decided to move them into feature films.
The Short & Curlies (1987)
The Short and Curlies is a 1987 short film written and directed by Mike Leigh. It stars Alison Steadman, Wendy Nottingham, Sylvestra Le Touzel and David Thewlis. The hairdressers 'Cynthia's' was in Willesden and exterior locations were in nearby Harlesden. Channel Four put up money for the film and, pending the success of this project, agreed to co-produce with Portman Productions Leigh's first feature film since Bleak Moments – what became 1988's feature movie High Hopes (with music by Rachel Portman).
The short, 18-minute film, made after three weeks of rehearsal, concerns a chatty hairdresser, Betty (Alsion Steadman), her shy daughter, Charlene (Wendy Nottingham), and one of her customers, Joy (Sylvestra Le Touzel). Joy works in a chemist's shop and is chatted up by Clive (David Thewlis, in the first of his three Leigh roles) over the Durex counter. "On the one hand there is ritual, physical indignity, rubber, prevention; on the other, new life, love, marriage. Charlene slips sadly and silently between two stools..."
The Do Gooders (2013)
Two women, one British, one Palestinian, explore the effects of foreign aid on Palestine.
Dr. Semyc practices the difficult art of delivering disappointing diagnoses.
The Diplomat Hotel (2013)
A disgraced reporter (Gretchen Barretto) seeks redemption by spending one night with her documentary crew at a hotel that is infamously known for its bloody past.
Three years after the death of his wife, Frank becomes attracted to a mysterious woman.
Second Sight (2007)
A woman who has visions of murders tries to prevent a killer from striking again.
Magicians: Life in the Impossible (2016)
MAGICIANS follows four world-class magicians on stage and off, exploring how and why these characters so passionately dedicate their lives to the craft of illusion. Their journey takes us from the most humbling of road gigs to grand performances on the biggest of stages, from finding love to terrible personal loss; and to the prospect of losing everything for a dream others don’t understand.
Night is a Silly Symphonies animated Disney short film. It was released in 1930 by Columbia Pictures.
A kidnapped boy and his friends use their ingenuity to escape their captors.
Platinum Blonde (2001)
A beautiful angel arrives on Earth in order to help lonely people find passion.
Eng nei Zäit (2015)
In February 1945, Jules Ternes returns to Luxembourg. To escape conscription, he had fled the country and joined the resistance movement in France. Back in his hometown, Jules hopes to find peace of mind and put the war behind him. But he returns to a country devastated by the Battle of the Bulge and deeply divided from four years of occupation. His sister Mathilde is now engaged to Armand, the leader of the local resistance and his girlfriend Leonie has another man in her life. Jules nevertheless resumes a relationship with her and accepts a post as an auxiliary policeman. When Leonie is assassinated along with the German farmers she works for, the life Jules was struggling to rebuild collapses. The ensuing investigation will reveal grey areas of the Occupation along with the efforts made in high places to cover them up.
Dead Gamers (2014)
An evil computer genius unleashes a devastating zombie virus through virtual reality.
A Mexican migrant becomes the only witness to the murders of the mysterious family she works for. She must make the decision of her life if she is to survive.
Her Secret (1933)
Her Secret is a 1933 American comedy drama film directed by Warren Millais and starring Sari Maritza, William Collier Jr. and Alan Mowbray.
It was released in the United Kingdom under the alternative title of The Girl from Georgia, and was based on a play by Maude Fulton.
Battle of Soho (2017)
Filmmaker Aro Korol addresses gentrification within Soho, surrounding London areas and other major global cities.
Fishy Stones (1990)
A poorly-executed jewelry store heist finds two amateur thugs on the run from the cops. After a chase through the countryside, they desperately stash their loot in a clump of bushes, before they're apprehended and thrown in jail. Fast forward to two teenage boys, the best of friends, heading off into the wilderness and finding a bounty of hidden diamonds on their camping expedition! Meanwhile, the two thugs make a daring escape from prison and, in a desperate search for their loot, pick up the trail of the two boys... who might need some saving.
Black Crusader (1986)
A man returns to his hometown to find it under the thumb of a powerful extortionist.
Surviving Skokie (2015)
Eli Adler travels to Poland with his father to learn about members of their extended family, many of whom were killed during the Holocaust.
Rapid Reaction Corps (2012)
Three broke entrepreneurs stumble upon an underground organization's plan to flood the European market with counterfeit bills.
Shorebreak: The Clark Little Story (2016)
Photographer Clark Little captures the beauty of Hawaii's powerful shore break waves from inside the impact zone.
Proving that the American South does not hold a monopoly on sexually depraved, bloodthirsty hillbillies, KILLBILLIES depicts a harrowing tale of abduction, violence and hoped-for survival.
Dark Night (2017)
Dark Night is a 2016 American drama film directed by Tim Sutton. It is based on the 2012 Aurora shooting. It was screened in the Horizions section at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival.
The Killer Is on the Phone (1972)
The Killer Is on the Phone is a 1972 giallo film directed by Alberto De Martino. It was released in the U.S. in July, 1975.
The film is set in Bruges, Belgium, and stars Telly Savalas and Anne Heywood. The story follows an attractive actress who suffers from amnesia and paranoia triggered by a chance encounter with a professional assassin, who in turn begins to follow her with his knife.
Bomber is a 1982 comedy film directed by Michele Lupo, featuring Bud Spencer and Kallie Knoetze.
Prayers in the Dark (2013)
An underground brotherhood that is battling the demonic forces that thrive in the shadows of society finds itself unwillingly up against an evil more powerful than it has ever seen... or so it thinks. The faith, trust and friendship of the members of the brotherhood are all put to the test as they discover that the true path to redemption is sacrifice.
In the summer of 1987, two sisters experience sexual awakenings.
Shui yue shi san dao (1982)
A roaming swordsman in possession of a mystical sword is constantly challenged by martial artists.
The Royal Rodeo (1939)
The Royal Rodeo is a 1939 short American musical film starring John Payne. It was made by Warner Bros.
A crime-obsessed youth (Rangeet) witnesses a murder through a pair of binoculars and becomes determined to catch the culprit.
A woman volunteers at an orphanage on a Kenyan island plagued by malaria and discovers that the locals fear strange nocturnal monsters known as nightrunners.
Resurrecting McGinn(s) (2016)
A struggling author is confronted with revelations about his long-dead brother.
Taste of Vengeance (1969)
A man (John Garko) turns to a life of crime after Confederate soldiers rape and murder his wife.
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.
Where I Grow Old (2016)
Francisca, a young Portuguese woman who's been living in Brazil for a year, welcomes Teresa, a fellow citizen she'd lost contact with, into her home. While Teresa is enthralled discovering Belo Horizonte, where she means to settle and escape the crisis that has taken over her homeland, Francisca decides to go back to Lisbon.
We Are the Champions (2005)
Af banen (aka: We Are the Champions) is a Danish independent feature film comedy from 2005, directed by Martin Hagbjer.
It stars Lars Bom as unemployed soccer player Torben, who becomes trainer for a local school soccer team which includes his 13-year-old son, David (Niklas Ingemann). He now has a chance both to repair his damaged relationship with David, and lead the team to victory.
Blue Summer (1973)
A borrowed camper turns into a mobile sex palace for two college-bound youths on the road to ecstasy.
No Beast So Fierce (2016)
Released after 20 years in prison, ex-con Charlie Sundstrom (Bailey Chase) returns to his hometown to find that his estranged son, who has disappeared into the criminal underworld, is being hunted by a ruthless gang leader. Charlie enlists the help of a rogue Corrections Officer (Dylan Baker), to help in the search. But the CO has a tragic past of his own. Soon their desperate lives will clash in a game-changing climax. In the tradition of films like 'Se7en', 'The Usual Suspects' and 'Angel Heart', 'No Beast So Fierce' draws much of its meaning and power from its shocking ending.
Scandalous Gilda (1985)
Scandalous Gilda (Italian: Scandalosa Gilda) is a 1985 Italian erotic drama film written and directed by Gabriele Lavia and starring Monica Guerritore and the same Lavia.
Du bi quan wang yong zhan chu men jiu zi (1976)
A martial arts expert seeks revenge on the nine enemies who killed his family.
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.
Every 40 Years (2017)
The band members of Gunhill Road chase their dreams one last time, returning to the music scene 40 years after their only Top 40 hit.
Lady Godiva Rides (1969)
The legendary Englishwoman endures imprisonment and a trans-Atlantic voyage after her husband is wounded by her lover.
Breakfast in Bed (1990)
A visit to a romantic retreat takes an unexpected turn when the actress-turned-owner falls for a handsome guest.
Bounty Hunter in Trinity (1972)
Townsfolk hire a bounty hunter to protect them from a band of Mexican outlaws.
Welcome to Norway (2016)
A hotel owner in a Norwegian ski resort is completely thrown when 50 refugees arrive.
Social Norm (2016)
Norm and his three misfit brothers have 90 days to raise $27,000 or lose their childhood home.
Detours is a 2016 road-trip comedy about a newly single New Yorker who must relocate to Florida for a new job; she travels south with her widowed father and her mother’s ashes in a coffee can. Detours was directed by Robert McCaskill from a script by Mara Lesemann (additionally known for Surviving Family). The movie starred Tara Westwood and Carlo Fiorletta; the supporting cast included Richard Kind, Michael Cerveris, Phyllis Somerville, Kim Director, and Paul Sorvino. Cerveris also contributed several original songs to the soundtrack.
Detours premiered at the Sunscreen Film Festival on April 30, 2016, and was released on Amazon Prime on November 25, 2016.
Christmas Story (2007)
Joulutarina (English title: Christmas Story) is a 2007 Finnish christmas drama film directed by Juha Wuolijoki. It is the story of how an orphan called Nikolas became Santa Claus. The Finnish premiere was on 16 November 2007. It was largely shot on location in Utsjoki.
The Incident (2015)
A young couple's sheltered and affluent world is shattered when they decide to neglect the needs of a troubled teenage girl.
Operation Christmas List (2015)
Barney and his friends sneak into the local department store after hours hoping to use rare toys to swap for things on their lists. Things don't go exactly as planned when Forte and his gang of thieves show up.
Shadows of Paradise (2016)
"Shadows of Paradise" documents the metamorphosis of Transcendental Meditation following the passing of its founder, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
Growing Up Wild (2016)
From their first steps of exploring their world to their final steps into independence, the film reveals the triumphs and setbacks of five young animals, in which instinct, parental lessons, and trial and error ultimately define their destinies. With a little guidance from sage family members, each must figure out how and where to find food while learning to recognize the very real threat of danger.
John Fleck Is Who You Want Him to Be (2015)
In 1990, John Fleck, the legendary gay performance artist and actor, became famous as one of the NEA 4 in a U.S. Supreme Court case involving freedom of speech and charges of obscenity.
The Vase (2015)
Two friends hit the road on a quest to claim an inheritance.
Midnight Temptations 2 (1999)
A woman takes an erotic journey through her past lives in search of the soul mate who keeps eluding her.
Daemonium: Soldier of the Underworld (2015)
In a universe where magic and technology coexist with humans and demons, a wizard becomes involved in a full-scale war with hell and its demonic inhabitants.
$50,000 Reward (1924)
$50,000 Reward is a 1924 American silent western film directed by Clifford S. Elfelt and starring Ken Maynard, Esther Ralston and Bert Lindley. This movie received a 5.3/10 rating on IMDB.
The misadventures of a mischievous kid.
Red Carpet (2014)
An adult-movie director tries to lure a top actress into starring in his legitimized film.
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.
America Recycled (2015)
Two brothers ride recycled bikes through towns in America.