Cool It, Carol! (1970)

Cool it Carol! (1970) is a low budget British sex comedy-drama directed by Pete Walker, starring Robin Askwith and Janet Lynn. According to the opening credits, "this story is true but actual names and places are fictitious"; the film being apparently inspired by a tabloid article the director read in the News of the World. It was released in the USA as "Dirtiest Girl I ever Met".

Bluebeard (2017)

When a doctor learns a murderous secret from a sedated patient, he finds himself in the middle of an unsolved serial murder case. As dismembered bodies start showing up close to home, the doctor realizes he must solve the riddle before the killer realizes what he may know.

Dr. Pyckle and Mr. Pryde (1925)

Dr. Pyckle and Mr. Pryde is a 1925 silent, black-and-white comedy film, directed by Scott Pembroke and Joe Rock (also the producer). The film itself is both a spoof of the previous Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde films (e.g. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1912) and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)) and the well-famed novel by Robert Louis Stevenson Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The film stars Stan Laurel as the title characters.

Territorial Behavior (2015)

A survival expert (Ronan Murphy) encounters poachers, and something far more sinister, while backpacking in the Montana wilderness.

The Creature Below (2017)

A marine biologist discovers a strange, unearthly creature in the depths of the Atlantic. Soon, she forms an almost symbiotic relationship with the creature and becomes obsessed with it to the point of madness.

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.

In the Steps of Trisha Brown (2017)

The life and work of choreographer Trisha Brown.

Chucks (2015)

Mae, a rebellious girl who spray paints walls and lives on canned beer, is sent to an AIDS center for community service. There, she finds an unexpected romance with an AIDS patient named Paul.

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.

Mission: Kiss and Kill (1979)

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

Dry Season (2006)

Daratt is a 2006 film by Chadian director Mahamat Saleh Haroun.

Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan (2006)

Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan is a 2006 documentary film by Manfred Kirchheimer that attempts to tell the story of how Louis Sullivan designed skyscrapers. The film begins by placing the viewer in late 19th century Chicago just after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. The film takes the viewer through the early development of skyscrapers with archival photos, music and narration. It ends by focusing on the decline of Louis Sullivan. The documentary met with mixed reviews that generally liked the artistry of the documentary but found the storytelling lacking.

God Made Them... I Kill Them (1968)

God Made Them... I Kill Them (Italian: Dio li crea... Io li ammazzo!, also known as God Forgives: His Life Is Mine) is a 1968 Italian Spaghetti Western film written by Fernando Di Leo and directed by Paolo Bianchini.

Bridal Boot Camp (2017)

A young woman attends a bridal camp to become a better bride. When she meets a handsome delivery man who does not believe in marriage, she starts to question her engagement and what marriage truly means.

The Miracle of Tekir (2015)

A young woman tries to protect her unborn child, a child that she believes is the result of immaculate conception.

Grand Unified Theory (2016)

During one unusual weekend, the family of a brilliant astrophysicist (Scott Bellis) has a complete meltdown, setting in motion a series of events that mirror his own radical theories about the universe.

Kikoriki. Legend of the Golden Dragon (2016)

The lovably simple residents of peaceful Kikoriki Island are thrown kicking and screaming into big adventure when their resident scientist invents an amazing device – a helmet called "the Improverizor" – which takes personality traits from one person and swaps them with someone else's! But when spineless young Wally tries to use the untested device to cure his cowardice, he ends up even more spineless – by getting accidentally body-switched with a squirmy little caterpillar. Now he's got more to fear than he ever dreamed, and so do his fellow villagers, as they're dragged into a madcap adventure packed with plane crashes, mistaken identities, erupting volcanoes and angry natives on the warpath. Boy, do the Kikoriki Сrew wish they could switch places now – with anyone! *Digital Copy Expires March 7, 2018

A Reckless Rover (1918)

A scruffy man runs from the police and takes refuge in a Chinese laundry.

Pleasure in Paradise (1991)

Two heiresses meet a stranger who has more than a passing interest in their late uncle's bar.

Fallen Angel (1997)

Suspecting her husband is trying to kill her, a mobster's wife (Samantha Philips) hires a private eye (James Keefe).

The Seventh Sense (1999)

A gifted cellist is blinded by an accident, but her playing becomes even better.

How to Succeed with Sex (1970)

How to Succeed with Sex is a 1970 American sex comedy film written and directed by Bert I. Gordon. The New York Times praised the film's dialogue.

Catherine & Co. (1975)

Catherine & Co. is a 1975 French/Italian adult themed comedy film directed by Michel Boisrond, co-written by Catherine Breillat and Léo L. Fuchs, and starring Jane Birkin, Patrick Dewaere, Jean-Pierre Aumont, and Vittorio Caprioli.

Train Station (2015)

Train Station is a multi-director feature film from CollabFeature, the filmmaking team that created The Owner.

The Colours of Desire (2017)

In a violence-free world, a young man has to choose between human decency and self-interest when a powerful figure asks him to assassinate three people.

Easter Bunny Bloodbath (2010)

Twenty years ago, a little boy watched the Easter Bunny decapitate his sister. Now, on holiday vacation with his friends at an isolated cabin, he is once again terrorized by the sinister rabbit.

3 Sisters (2015)

A lawyer's suicide leads to a string of murders that tears a family apart.

Brillantes (2014)

After losing his job, a man visits his good friend to recuperate. Improbable misunderstandings stack up until both men become fugitives.

Kein Zickenfox (2014)

The largest female concert band in the world.

Ceresia (2016)

An experimental drug that is used to treat psychosis causes a young artist to take both his girlfriend and his doctor captive.

Holy Land: A Year in the West Bank (2014)

A year in the lives of Israeli settlers and the Palestinians who oppose them.

Secret Rivals 3 (1981)

Northern Leg is out to find his brother's killer, and the clues point to Southern Fist. After a confrontation, however, it becomes clear that Southern Fist is innocent. The two then team up to take down the real villain in a battle to the death.

Murder Unincorporated (1965)

The powerful assassin agency known as Murder Unincorporated goes after the mysterious Joe of Spades.

Nasser's Republic: The Making of Modern Egypt (2016)

The life of Gamal Abdel Nasser, one of the Arab world's most transformative leaders. In 1952, as an unknown Egyptian colonel, Nasser led a coup that became a revolution.

Silent Action (1975)

Silent Action (Italian: La polizia accusa: il Servizio Segreto uccide, also known as Chopper Squad) is a 1975 Italian poliziottesco-crime film directed by Sergio Martino. The Italian title translates as The Police Accuse... The Secret Service Kills. The film's plot alludes to the Golpe Borghese, a failed Italian 1970 coup d'état.

Two Waters (2014)

A young boy living in a small Costa Rican fishing community tries to help his older brother, who has crossed a dangerous drug dealer.

Mr. X (1995)

When the truce between the Yakuza and the Triads is broken with the wedding massacre of a godfather's family, the lone survivor swears revenge.

Twisted Trunk, Big Fat Body (2015)

Vakratunda Mahakaaya is a 2015 Marathi Film about an attempted terrorist attack in Mumbai during the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. It is a comedy thriller, directed by Punarvasu Naik and produced by Bohra Bros, Anurag Kashyap, Guneet Monga and Anshuman Jain.

Maquinaria Panamericana (2016)

After their boss is discovered lifeless, employees learn the company is bankrupt. The elderly workforce has no employment prospects or retirement funds, and in all of the chaos, they agree to lock themselves inside their workplace.

Jacktown (1962)

Jacktown is a 1962 American film directed by William Martin.

Bibi & Tina (2014)

A pair of horse-loving pals deal with life and love while spending the summer at a riding school.

Caída del Cielo (2016)

When Julia falls into Alejandro's backyard from her apartment above, it proves to be what is needed to nudge the two loners together.

The World Cup: A Captain's Tale (1982)

The World Cup: A Captain's Tale is a 1982 British television sports film directed by Tom Clegg and starring Dennis Waterman, Andrew Keir, Marjorie Bland, Nigel Hawthorne and Tim Healy. The film depicts the story of West Auckland F.C. a team of part-time players who represented England in the Sir Thomas Lipton Trophy, sometimes described as the "First World Cup", in 1909 and 1911.

By The Time It Gets Dark (2016)

A film director and her muse who was a student activist in the 1970s, a waitress who keeps changing jobs, an actor and an actress, all live loosely connected to each other by almost invisible threads. The narrative sheds its skin several times to reveal layer upon layer of the complexities that make up the characters’ lives.

Artemis' Knee (2008)

In a summer grove, Endymion yearns for Artemis.

Catastrópico (2017)

A spoiled Hollywood actress struggles back to civilization after the crash of her private jet botches a kidnap attempt, leaving her stranded in the jungle with her irritating assistant and her inept hijacker pilot.

On Land, at Sea and in the Air (1980)

Three narrow frames explore several themes that seem separate.

Lonely Boys (2016)

Two best friends go on a weekend bender, desperate to escape their problems.

Florence Fight Club (2010)

Four men decide to take part in a violent competition known as the Florentine Football tournament, which is held in the Santa Maria Novella Square in Florence, Italy.

The Art of McCartney (2014)

This documentary explores the making of a remarkable album: The Art of McCartney, which features the finest artists of today paying their respect to the greatest.

The Saddle Club: Adventures at Pine Hollow (2002)

Join Stevie, Carole and Lisa on their adventures at Pine Hollow Stables as they juggle their time between riding, school and boys.

Cloro (2015)

Chlorine (Italian: Cloro) is a 2015 drama film written and directed by Lamberto Sanfelice and starring Sara Serraiocco. It was entered into the World Cinema Dramatic competition at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Sanfelice was nominated for Best New Director at the 2015 David di Donatello Awards.

Committed (2007)

COMMITED is a 14 year journey in the unforgiving world of entertainment and the struggle of one man with such passion and drive that nothing, not even common sense, could get in the way of his dream of becoming a star.

Yasmine (2014)

Yasmine is a 2014 Brunei film directed by Siti Kamaluddin and Chan Man Ching and starring Liyana Yus, Nadiah Wahid and others. The film premiered on August 21, 2014 in Bandar Seri Begawan.

The Island Funeral (2016)

A young Muslim woman travels to Thailand's south, where more than 2,300 people have been killed since an Islamic insurgency began there several years ago. She questions her identity amid the current politically and religiously charged situation.

American Dirtbags (2015)

Six degenerates, their terrible choices and their unexpectedly connected lives.

Barry (2016)

A young Barack Obama forges his identity while dealing with race, divergent cultures and ordinary life as a New York City college student.

Coldwood (2011)

A single mother travels to Alaska to work with her uncle, who swindles people who think they're being haunted. She soon realizes, however, that not all supernatural forces are fake.

Auto Shop of Horrors (2016)

An auto mechanic thinks if he eats enough human eyes he will be able to see into the future. Every time a customer comes in to get his or her car fixed, he carves the person's eyes out.

Company Town (2017)

Company Town is an environmental documentary film by Natalie Kottke-Masocco and Erica Sardarian about alleged pollution by a Georgia-Pacific plant in Crossett, Arkansas, shot from 2011 to 2015. The documentary alleges that a spate of fatal cancers and other illnesses is due in part to the factory's emissions and improper waste disposal of known carcinogens including formaldehyde, dioxin, acetaldehyde, and chloroform. The plant has been owned by David Koch and Charles Koch since 2005. The film includes testimony from whistleblower David Guice, whose company was allegedly contracted to quietly dispose of "two hundred thousand cubic yards of 'ash' dredged from the Georgia-Pacific paper mill’s sediment ponds" across Georgia-Pacific property in the town. Baptist pastor David Bouie, 'riverkeeper' Cheryl Slavant, and others organize the Crossett community, many of whom work for the plant, and engage the regional Environmental Protection Agency office with limited results. The movie features commentary from American news commentator Van Jones.

The Witching (2016)

Bloggers fall under a spell when they venture deep into the woods to investigate a rural legend of a witch who preys on campers.

The Last Turning (1939)

Le Dernier tournant (a.k.a. The Last Turning) is a 1939 French drama film directed by Pierre Chenal, written by Charles Spaak and Henri Torrès, based on novel The Postman Always Rings Twice by James M. Cain.

Ladies in Love (1930)

Ladies in Love is a 1930 Pre-code talking film romance drama directed by Edgar Lewis and starring Alice Day and Johnnie Walker. A B-movie, it was produced independently by Hollywood Pictures and distributed by Chesterfield Motion Pictures Corporation.

Secret of the Red Orchid (1962)

The Puzzle of the Red Orchid (German: Das Rätsel der roten Orchidee and also known as The Secret of the Red Orchid) is a 1962 West German black-and-white crime film directed by Helmut Ashley and starring Christopher Lee.

The Summoning (2017)

While working on a century old murder case for a class assignment, law student Rachel Iverson discovers more than what she expected when spirits from the past begin to visit her and lead her towards an insidious truth that will place her own life in danger.

Actor Martinez (2017)

Being in show business is tough, but being an actor in Denver is tougher, so when performer and full-time computer repairman, Arthur Martinez, hires two indie filmmakers to make a feature film with him as the lead, he realizes he’s in over his head. “You guys have ruined my life,” Arthur says one moment immediately following with, “This is the best film I’ll ever be in.” The filmmakers scrap the genre film Arthur had intended them to make — instead quickly designing an entirely new project based around his real-life persona, which becomes more and more elusive as the production steams ahead. Once Arthur realizes what the filmmakers are up to, his protective measure is to hide behind a mask, keeping the filmmakers questioning: are any of Arthur’s moments on camera truthful or is it all just a performance in the end?

A Love at Every Fair (1961)

Three men go town to town to woo women.

The Birdwatcher (2016)

After a single mother is diagnosed with cancer, she embarks on a journey to reconnect with her estranged birth mother to find a caretaker for her children when she dies.

Gentlemen in White Vests (1970)

Gentlemen in White Vests (German: Die Herren mit der weissen Weste) is a 1970 German comedy film directed by Wolfgang Staudte.

Two Loves (1961)

Two Loves is a 1961 American drama film directed by Charles Walters. It is based on the book Spinster by Sylvia Ashton-Warner. It was entered into the 11th Berlin International Film Festival.

The Paris Express (1952)

The Man Who Watched Trains Go By (1952) is a crime drama film, based on the 1938 novel by Georges Simenon and released in the United Kingdom with an all-European cast, including Claude Rains in the lead role of Kees Popinga, who is infatuated with Michele Rozier (Märta Torén). The film was released in the United States in 1953 under the title The Paris Express. It was directed by Harold French. This was Rains' seventh film in color, his first being Gold Is Where You Find It (1938).

Feel My Pulse (1928)

Feel My Pulse is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by Gregory La Cava and starring Bebe Daniels.A copy of Feel My Pulse is preserved in the Library of Congress archives.

It's Your Fault (2010)

It's Your Fault (Spanish: Por tu culpa) is a 2010 Argentine drama film directed by Anahí Berneri.

Thursday Till Sunday (2012)

De Jueves a Domingo is a 2012 Chilean coming-of-age film directed by Dominga Sotomayor Castillo in her debut feature.

Who Killed Chea Vichea? (2010)

Filmmaker Bradley Cox examines the assassination of Cambodian union leader Chea Vichea.

Sawasdee Bangkok (2009)

Sawasdee Bangkok or Charming Bangkok is a Thai tevevision in short film format release in 2010 directed by nine directors produced by Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and TPBS. The story about lifestyles of people in Bangkok, it is divided into nine segments.

El muro (1998)

A new border wall on the San Diego border with Tijuana signifires environmental consequences.

Täcknamn Coq Rouge (1989)

Codename Coq Rouge (Swedish: Täcknamn Coq Rouge) is a 1989 Swedish thriller film directed by Per Berglund. Stellan Skarsgård won the award for Best Actor and Göran Nilsson won the award for Best Cinematography at the 25th Guldbagge Awards.

Harry and Sonja (1996)

Harry has to decide to either follow his lover to South America or stay in Sweden.

Holy Man: The USA vs Douglas White (2011)

Douglas White, a Lakota medicine man of the Pine Ridge Reservation and wrongly convicted of a crime, spends 17 years in a federal prison.

Blessings: The Tsoknyi Nangchen Nuns of Tibet (2009)

Western women travel to Tibet to meet nuns.

The Magic Life (2012)

Filmmaker Nelson Cheng follows three individuals as they try to turn their passion for prestidigitation into a career in magic.

Still Looking for Morphine (2001)

An act of violence turns a girl into a woman and leads her to a new life.

Mall Girls (2009)

Young girls 'work' for men to get jewelry and clothes.

True New York (2016)

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

Writing on the Wall (2011)

Two people read from a strange diary called the "Map of the Universe" during a candle-lit dinner.

Mumbai's King (2012)

A mischievous adolescent and his balloon-selling friend wander the slums of Mumbai, trying to escape the chaos and instability of their lives.

Take A Chance (2006)

Take a Chance is a direct-to-video 2006 comedy film directed by John Lyde. It stars Corbin Allred, Kirby Heyborne, Lara Everly, RaeAnn Christensen, Bobby Swenson, David Nibley, Carrie Stringfellow, Frank Gerrish, Sheryl Lee Wilson, and Caitlin Meyer.

Quality Problems (2017)

A married couple deal with Alzheimer's, breast cancer and their daughter's 8th birthday party.

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.

A Devil's Game (2014)

When a gang's drug supply runs dry and the collectors make threats, the men start dealing in girls. The plan quickly goes to hell when they unknowingly kidnap the daughter of a retired black-ops agent.

Dowry (2015)

A wheelchair-bound woman wants her family to provide her the same dowry they gave her sister.

The Gospel According to Matthew (1993)

The Visual Bible: Matthew is a 1993 film portraying the life of Jesus as it is found in the Gospel of Matthew. The complete Gospel is presented word-for-word based on the New International Version of the Bible. It was directed by South African film maker Regardt van den Bergh and stars veteran actor Richard Kiley in the role of St. Matthew (who narrates the movie), newcomer Bruce Marchiano as Jesus, and Gerrit Schoonhoven as Peter. Marchiano portrays Jesus as a joyous, earthy, personal man with a sense of humour. The film has been dubbed into various foreign languages including Spanish, Cantonese and Mandarin.

A Christmas Accident (1912)

A Christmas Accident is a 1911 American Christmas film.

Du ba tian xia (1978)

A fierce female warrior vows to overthrow the bandits of the Black Wind Fortress.

Negative (2017)

After taking s a picture of a woman on the street, amateur photographer Hollis is shocked when she knocks on his apartment door and threatens his life. Demanding that he and the photograph must leave town with her or she will have to kill him, Hollis reluctantly obliges. While on the run, she reveals she’s an ex-MI5 agent that double-crossed a Colombian Cartel. Just as she was about to escape for good, Hollis’ photograph of her surfaced and now the Cartel knows her whereabouts, and his.

Blowfly Park (2014)

Following the disappearance of his friend, a man (Sverrir Gudnason) begins acting out in increasingly irrational ways.

Reach for the SKY (2015)

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

Bloody Friday (1972)

Bloody Friday (German: Blutiger Freitag) is a 1972 German-Italian crime film directed by Rolf Olsen and starring Raimund Harmstorf, Amadeus August and Gianni Macchia. It was shot on location in Munich and other parts of Bavaria.