Red Dragon (2002)

Red Dragon is a 2002 American psychological horror film based on the novel of the same name by Thomas Harris, featuring psychiatrist and serial killer Dr. Hannibal Lecter. It is a prequel to The Silence of the Lambs (1991) and Hannibal (2001). The novel was originally adapted into the film Manhunter (1986). The film was directed by Brett Ratner and written for the screen by Ted Tally, who also wrote the screenplay for The Silence of the Lambs. It stars Anthony Hopkins as Lecter, a role he played twice before in The Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal, and Edward Norton as FBI agent Will Graham. The film also stars Ralph Fiennes, Harvey Keitel, Emily Watson, Mary-Louise Parker, and Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Treasure Planet (2002)

In a futuristic twist on Robert Louis Stevenson's timeless tale, a secret map inspires a thrilling treasure hunt across the universe. Young Jim Hawkins and a hilarious cosmic crew, headed by the daring Captain Amelia, set off in search of their destiny. Aboard a glittering space galleon, Jim meets the ship's cyborg cook, John Silver, who teaches him the value of friendship and the power of dreams. Jim soon teams up with his crazy new robot pal, B.E.N., and the shape-shifting Morph to discover a treasure greater than he ever imagined.

Video Girl (2011)

After a knee injury, an aspiring ballerina (Meagan Good) lands a glamorous new career in hip-hop, but soon finds that fame has a dark side.

Ferry Cross the Mersey (1964)

Ferry Cross the Mersey is a 1965 musical film featuring Gerry and the Pacemakers. The film, directed by Jeremy Summers, was the first to be shot on location in Liverpool after the city's emergence into the music mainstream (which had previously seen only Frankie Vaughan, Russ Hamilton, Billy Fury and Lita Roza as stars). For authenticity, many scenes were shot in clubs near the home of Gerry and the Pacemakers' frontman Gerry Marsden. A scene on a ferry (the Mountwood) on the River Mersey showed the docks as a backdrop. Marsden wrote nine new songs for the film which also starred Julie Samuel, Cilla Black singing "Is it Love?", Jimmy Savile, and The Fourmost. Future Doctor Who actress Elisabeth Sladen appeared in the film as an uncredited extra. Disc Jockey Steve Wright appeared in the crowd as a boy. Writer David Franden was hired when Coronation Street creator Tony Warren proved unable to complete a script despite "downing bottles of whiskey".The song "Ferry Cross the Mersey" was written by Gerry Marsden as the theme song for the film.

The Two Escobars (2010)

An investigation reveals organized crime's involvement in sports in Colombia.

The Miracle of Kathy Miller (1981)

The Miracle of Kathy Miller is a 1981 American made-for-television drama film based on the real-life story of a Scottsdale, Arizona teenager who was critically injured in a 1977 car accident. Helen Hunt, in an early starring role, plays the title part; Frank Converse and Sharon Gless are cast as Kathy's parents. Kathy, a high school track and field athlete, overcame the severe mental and physical injury to compete in and finish a long-distance race. The distributor was Universal TV.

Thuppakki (2012)

Thuppakki (English: The Gun) is a 2012 Indian Tamil-language action film written and directed by AR Murugadoss. It features Vijay and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles, Vidyut Jammwal as the antagonist, as well as Jayaram and Sathyan in supporting roles. The film, produced by S. Thanu, features background score and soundtrack composed by Harris Jayaraj with cinematography handled by Santhosh Sivan, who with Thuppakki, introduced the Arri Alexa camera to Indian cinema. The story revolves around an Indian army intelligence officer from a Mumbai-based Tamil family on a mission to track down and destroy a terrorist group and deactivate the sleeper cells under its command. The film, which commenced production in December 2011 in Mumbai, was released on 13 November 2012, coinciding with the festival of Diwali. Upon release, the film became the highest grossing Tamil film of 2012. The film was also released in Telugu under the same title in Andhra Pradesh, where it was also very well received. Thuppakki went on to win six Vijay Awards from sixteen nominations, and was nominated for seven South Filmfare Awards, including Best Film (Tamil), Best Director (Tamil) and Best Actor (Tamil). Murugadoss remade the film in Hindi as Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty in 2014, while Baba Yadav remade it in Bengali as Game in the same year.

Eyes of Laura Mars (1978)

Faye Dunaway (Chinatown) plays fashion photographer Laura Mars, whose photographs bear a striking and unsettling similarity to actual crime scenes. Her work catches the attention of Detective John Neville (Tommy Lee Jones, Men in Black), who is suspicious of Mars’ “inspiration.” When models and acquaintances of Laura are murdered, the question of her involvement becomes more serious and disturbing. The screenplay is by horror film mastermind John Carpenter (Halloween, 1978), with a concept creepy enough to rival the plots of better-known suspense films of the era. Newly remastered.

Christmas Oranges (2012)

In the 1900s the children living in the Irongates Orphanage devise a plan to make Rose happy on Christmas after she is punished.

Speechless (2012)

Speechless is a 2012 Hong Kong — mainland China film, directed by Simon Chung, about a mute Frenchman who is found naked by the banks of a river in Wuhan in mainland China. He is rescued and sent to a local hospital where he is treated by a male nurse who cares for him and later discovers the secrets of his past.

Fiona (1998)

Abandoned by her mother at birth, Fiona finds herself growing up on the streets of New York being exposed to devious acts. Her mother living the same life has no idea of her daughter’s existence. Will daughter and mother meet?

Lessons of a Dream (2011)

Lessons of a Dream (German: Der ganz große Traum) is a German drama film directed by Sebastian Grobler, loosely based on the life of German football pioneer Konrad Koch in the late 19th-century. In the film, Koch is one of the first English teachers in the German Empire, in Braunschweig. He introduces his students to the new sport of football, completely unknown outside of England at the time, to get them interested in English culture and the English language. Koch's liberal teaching methods upset his conservative colleagues, the student's parents, and local dignitaries.

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)

Cult classic about a group of young people whose stopover at an abandoned farmhouse turns into a deadly encounter with a deranged family of cannibals.

The Eiger Sanction (1975)

Clint Eastwood directs and stars in this international intrigue action thriller that takes place on the Swiss Alps. Hemlock, a retired professional assassin (Eastwood), who has turned toward the calmer pursuit of art collecting, is suddenly forced out of retirement to hunt a deadly double agent who murdered a close friend. The hunt takes Eastwood on a breathtaking journey up the Swiss Alps with a team of mountain climbers - one of whom is the man he seeks, though his identity is as yet unknown. The top-notch action film, based on the novel by Trevanian, features some of the most exciting mountain climbing sequences ever filmed.

Bloody Mama (1970)

Ma Barker (Shelley Winters) and her four sons leave the poverty of the Ozarks for a life of sadism, incest, murder, kidnapping and violence, until the FBI begin to hunt them down.

Thirteen at Dinner (1985)

Thirteen at Dinner is a 1985 British-American made-for-television mystery film featuring the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. Adapted by Rod Browning from the Agatha Christie novel Lord Edgware Dies, it was directed by Lou Antonio and starred Peter Ustinov, Faye Dunaway, Jonathan Cecil, Diane Keen and Bill Nighy. David Suchet, later to play Poirot in the long-running television series entitled Agatha Christie's Poirot, played the role of Inspector Japp. Suchet considers his performance as Japp to be "possibly the worst performance of [his] career."

Vanishing Waves (2012)

A researcher volunteers for a sensory deprivation experiment attempting to communicate with a young comatose woman. The experiment takes an unexpected twist when the two meet in their mutually altered forms of consciousness. Soon, their psychic meetings turn into a romantic, sexually charged relationship set against the backdrop of surreal dreamscapes created by their collective minds.

Care Bears To the Rescue (2010)

Oopsy, Grumpy, Funshine and Cheer participate in the Care-A-Lot rescue awards hosted by Share Bear (Tracey Moore).

Blonde from Brooklyn (1945)

Blonde from Brooklyn is a 1945 American musical comedy film directed by Del Lord and starring Bob Haymes, Lynn Merrick, Thurston Hall, and Mary Treen. The film was released by Columbia Pictures on June 21, 1945.

Rainbow's End (1935)

Rainbow's End is a 1935 American Western film directed by Norman Spencer.

When You're Smiling (1950)

When You're Smiling is a 1950 American musical film directed by Joseph Santley and starring Jerome Courtland, Frankie Laine and Lola Albright.

Prince (2010)

Prince is a 2010 Indian action thriller film directed by Kookie V Gulati, produced by Kumar S Taurani and Ramesh S Taurani, and starring Vivek Oberoi and Aruna Shields in the lead roles. The dialogues were written by Mayur Puri. The songs were composed by Sachin Gupta, with the lyrics penned by Sameer. The background score was composed by Sandeep Shirodkar. The film was released on 9 April 2010 in Hindi, along with its dubbed versions in Tamil and Telugu.

Stadium Nuts (1972)

Les Fous du Stade (English: Crazy boys of the game / Stadium Nuts) is a 1972 French comedy film directed by Claude Zidi.

Three Secrets (1950)

Three Secrets is a 1950 film directed by Robert Wise and released by Warner Bros. It stars Eleanor Parker, Ruth Roman and Patricia Neal.

My Sweet Killer (1999)

A former patient (Kirk Harris) harbors a dark past and finds life outside a psychiatric facility difficult.

Garapa (2009)

Garapa is a 2009 Brazilian documentary film directed by José Padilha. It follows the daily lives of three families dealing with food insecurity in Fortaleza, the state capital of Ceará in the northeastern part of Brazil, over a few weeks in order to study hunger not merely from a macroscopic perspective but rather from the perspective of those who live with it. "Garapa" refers to sugar water given to children to tide them over in times of hunger. It was filmed in black and white by cinematographer Marcela Bourseau.

Full Of Life (1956)

Full of Life is a 1956 film directed by Richard Quine. It stars Judy Holliday and Richard Conte. It was nominated for an award by the Writers Guild of America in 1957.

Blonde Ransom (1945)

Blonde Ransom is a 1945 American comedy film directed by William Beaudine and starring Donald Cook, Virginia Grey and Pinky Lee.

Soul Hustler (1973)

Soul Hustler is a 1973 American feature film starring Fabian as a preacher. It is also known as The Day the Lord Got Busted.

Dirty Martini and the New Burlesque (2010)

Performers help create a new burlesque scene in New York.

A Stranger of Mine (2005)

A Stranger of Mine is a 2005 Japanese film by Kenji Uchida, starring Yasuhi Nakamura, Reika Kirishima, Sō Yamanaka and Yuka Itaya

Blood of the Condor (1969)

Blood of the Condor is a 1969 Bolivian drama film co-written and directed by Jorge Sanjinés. The film tells the story of an indigenous Bolivian community receiving medical care from the Peace Corps-like American agency Cuerpo del Progreso which is secretly sterilising local women. The story, which was based on accounts by the indigenous people to the filmmaker, provoked an outrage in the public which led to a government investigation about the Peace Corps' actions in Bolivia, which ended in the expulsion of the agency from the country.

The Experiment (2012)

Desperate for money, Mary is hired to test a series of home-based drugs. The experiment goes horribly wrong, and she enters a world of drug-induced madness and surreal sensuality.

The Lost Man (1969)

The Lost Man is a 1969 American crime film, written and directed by Robert Alan Aurthur, loosely based on F.L. Green's novel Odd Man Out, which was made originally into a 1947 film with James Mason.

The Doctor Takes a Wife (1940)

The Doctor Takes a Wife is a 1940 screwball comedy film starring Loretta Young and Ray Milland as a best-selling author and medical school instructor, respectively, who find it convenient to pretend to be married, even though they initially loathe each other.

About Her Brother (2010)

Otōto is a 2010 film by Yoji Yamada. The first screening of this film outside Japan was at the closing ceremony of the 60th Berlin Film Festival in 2010. The screening was a special tribute to filmmaker Kon Ichikawa, whose films had been invited to the festival several times before.

Black Heat (1976)

Black Heat is a 1976 blaxploitation action film by producer Al Adamson. The cast included Timothy Brown, Russ Tamblyn and Geoffrey Land. The film was renamed to Girl's Hotel for play at drive in theaters, then later changed to Murder Gang. The film concerns a Las Vegas detective named "Kicks" Carter (Brown) who attempts to foil arms dealers selling weapons to Central America. At the same time, he seeks to save some women who are forced to work as prostitutes to pay off gambling debts.

Vakvagany (2002)

After purchasing Hungarian home movies, filmmaker Ben Meade becomes fascinated by the footage, taken between 1948 and 1964. Superficially innocuous, the family's films hint at darker undercurrents, with images suggesting child molestation and the father's ambiguous involvement with fleeing Jews in World War II. Curious, Meade comes to Budapest to find the grown children in the footage. He tracks down an alcoholic man and his sister, who refuse to talk to him.

Vice Academy Part 2 (1990)

Rookie policewomen (Ginger Lynn Allen, Linnea Quigley) thwart a villainess out to spike the city's water with an aphrodisiac.

Heart, Beating in the Dark (2005)

Heart, Beating in the Dark is a 2005 film directed by Japanese director Shunichi Nagasaki, partly a remake and partly a sequel to his 1982 film of the same name.

Tout ce que tu possèdes (2012)

All That You Possess (French: Tout ce que tu possèdes) is a Canadian drama film, released in 2012. Written and directed by Bernard Émond, the film stars Patrick Drolet as Pierre Leduc, a doctoral student and university lecturer in Quebec City who dreams of abandoning his academic career to translate the poetry of Edward Stachura. The film garnered three nominations at the 1st Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Director and Best Original Screenplay nods for Émond and Best Actor for Drolet.

The Street Singer (1937)

The Street Singer (aka, Interval for Romance) is a 1937 British musical film directed by Jean de Marguenat and starring Arthur Tracy, Margaret Lockwood and Arthur Riscoe. The screenplay concerns a famous musician who is mistaken for a street singer.

Tough (1974)

Tough is a 1974 blaxploitation film about a young teenager who rebels against authority. It was also known as Johnny Tough. The film is a homage to The 400 Blows (1959).

Earthworm Tractors (1936)

Earthworm Tractors is a 1936 American film directed by Ray Enright and starring Joe E. Brown and June Travis. The film is also known as A Natural Born Salesman in the United Kingdom. This film is based on characters created by William Hazlett Upson. He wrote stories for Saturday Evening Post and introduced Alexander Botts, A Natural Born Salesman, and The Earthworm Tractor Company (based on his previous work with Caterpillar Tractors) in 1927 which lasted until his death in 1975.

Oso Blanco (2009)

The history of the most-notorious prison in the Caribbean.

Sweet Destiny (2004)

Pink Ludoos (English: Pink Laddu) is a 2004 film about a Sikh family in Canada. The film deals with gender and caste issues.

The Miracle of the Wolves (1961)

Le Miracle des loups (English: The Miracle of the Wolves) is a French swashbuckler film from 1961, directed by André Hunebelle, written by Henry Dupuis-Mazuel, starring Jean Marais. The scenario was based on a novel of Maria Luisa Linarès. The film was known under the title "Im Zeichen der Lilie" (West Germany), "Blood on His Sword" or "The Miracle of the Wolves" (USA). Numerous scenes were filmed at the Cité de Carcassonne.

The Suspect (1998)

The Suspect is a 1998 Hong Kong action film written and directed by Ringo Lam and starring Louis Koo, Julian Cheung, Simon Yam, Ray Lui, Ada Choi and Eric Moo

Germany Pale Mother (1980)

Germany, Pale Mother (German: Deutschland bleiche Mutter) is a 1980 West German drama film written and directed by Helma Sanders-Brahms. It was shown at the 30th Berlin International Film Festival in 1980, where it was nominated for a Golden Bear award. It was not released in the United States until 1984. The film was restored and re-released in the UK in 2015 by the British Film Institute. The title is taken from the poem of the same name by Bertolt Brecht.

Ransom Money (1970)

A detective uses electronics to rescue a boy held for $1 million by a kidnapper.

God's Army (2000)

God's Army is a 2000 film. It was written, directed by and features Richard Dutcher. It is an independent film and was financed by private investors.

Demon Wind (1990)

Demon Wind is a 1990 American horror film directed by Charles Philip Moore. The film concerns a group of friends who travel to an old farm, and soon find they can't leave as a mysterious fog sets in.

Un amore in prima classe (1980)

Un amore in prima classe (internationally released as Love in First Class) is a 1980 Italian comedy film directed by Salvatore Samperi.

Not My Kid (1985)

Not My Kid is a 1985 American made-for-television drama film directed by Michael Tuchner, which was based on a 1984 book of the same name by Beth Polson and Miller Newton. The movie aired on CBS in the United States, and had a VHS release both there and in the United Kingdom, with ITC handling distribution rights.

Homo Sapiens 1900 (1998)

Homo Sapiens 1900 is a 1998 documentary directed by Peter Cohen, about various eugenics methods that were in practice in Europe during the first part of the 20th century.

Sol Goode (2003)

Who is Sol Goode? Sol Good (pronounced "good") is the man! Sol and his boys live in the lap of luxury. They have everything going for them except real jobs, steady relationships and money! The charm, good looks and fast-talk have carried Sol and his friends through life, but his luck may have just run out. After a string of bad luck leaves him facing eviction, a wrecked car and the threat of actually having to get off his butt to work for a living. Sol finally figures out what the meaning of life is. He is in love and with his best friend Chloe. She's beautiful, smart and is the only one who doesn't fall for his "game"! Now he's on a quest towin her heart. Whether you're crude, lewd or just a slacker dude it's...SOL GOODE!

The Day I Will Never Forget (2002)

Filmmaker Kim Longinotto examines the tradition of clitoridectomy in Kenya.

Dead Girls (1990)

Someone tries to make the members (Diana Karanikas, Angela Eads) of a rock group live up to their name, Dead Girls.

Kill Crazy (1990)

An institutionalized Vietnam vet reverts to violence when white supremacists kill his fellow mental patients.

Ragdoll (1999)

Ragdoll is a 1999 American horror film directed by Ted Nicolaou. The film was later edited into a thirty-minute short entitled Voodoo Doll for the horror anthology Devil Dolls.

Wildness (2012)

The Silver Platter, a Los Angeles gay bar that caters to the Latin immigrant community, is the site of a weekly performance-art party organized by the bar's patrons.

M/Other (1999)

A divorced man (Tomokazu Miura) learns he must care for his 8-year-old son (Ryudai Takahashi), which threatens his open relationship with his girlfriend (Makiko Watanabe).

Harlistas: An American Journey (2011)

Latin American Harley-Davidson riders travel across the country for the camaraderie of the road.

Mrs. Carey's Concert (2011)

A high-school musical director puts on a concert every five years at the Sydney Opera House and insists that all 1,200 girls participate in the performances.

Harishchandrachi Factory (2010)

Harishchandrachi Factory is a 2009 Marathi film, directed by Paresh Mokashi, depicting the struggle of Dadasaheb Phalke in making Raja Harishchandra in 1913: India's first feature film, the birth of Indian cinema.

Der Vorname (2018)

Vincent tells his childhood friends that he plans to name his child Adolf, and it causes unpleasant memories to surface for some of them.

Marie from the Bay of Angels (1998)

Marie from the Bay of Angels (French: Marie Baie des Anges), also known as Angel Sharks, is a 1997 French movie, written and directed by Manuel Pradal.

A Killing Affair (1986)

A Killing Affair, is a 1986 drama film starring Peter Weller, Kathy Baker, John Glover, Bill Smitrovich and Danny Nelson. Screenplay was written by David Saperstein (Cocoon).

3 Backyards (2012)

From writer-director Eric Mendelsohn, the only two-time winner of the directing prize at Sundance (first for JUDY BERLIN, also starring EDIE FALCO) comes 3 BACKYARDS, the story of three residents of the same town over the course of one seemingly perfect Autumn day.

Treasure of the Aztecs (1965)

Der Schatz der Azteken (Treasure of the Aztecs) is a 1965 West German, French and Italian western film adventure directed by Robert Siodmak.

Le brasier ardent (1923)

Elle is unhappy with her husband and tries to seduce a man he resists her attentions, and she stays with her husband.

Every Day Is a Holiday (2010)

Every Day Is a Holiday is a 2009 film by the Lebanese director Dima El-Horr. The film is on the official selection of 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. It is the first feature film by Dima El-Horr.

Taken By Storm: The Art Of Storm Thorgerson And Hipgnosis (2011)

Artist Storm Thorgerson has designed some of rock music's most iconic album covers, including Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon."

Love Laughs At Andy Hardy (1947)

Love Laughs at Andy Hardy is a 1946 American film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, directed by Willis Goldbeck and starring Mickey Rooney and Lewis Stone. The film is also known under its American promotional title Uncle Andy Hardy. This was the 15th, next-to-last Andy Hardy film produced. The final installment, Andy Hardy Comes Home, would be made 12 years later (1958) in a failed attempt to revive the franchise. This film was also noteworthy for being the last to feature veteran character actor Lewis Stone as Judge Hardy. Stone continued his career for the next seven years, making 10 more films until his death in 1953 at age 73.

Mindwalk (1990)

Mindwalk is a 1990 feature film directed by Bernt Amadeus Capra, based on his own short story, based in turn on the book The Turning Point by his brother Fritjof Capra, the author of the book The Tao of Physics. The majority of the movie is a broad-ranging conversation among three characters: Sonia, a Norwegian physicist who abandoned a lucrative career after discovering that elements of her work were being applied to weapons development; Jack, an American politician attempting to make sense of his recent defeat as a presidential candidate; and Tom, a poet, Jack's close friend, and a disillusioned former political speechwriter, as they wander around Mont Saint-Michel, France. The movie serves as an introduction to systems theory and systems thinking, while insights into modern physical theories such as quantum mechanics and particle physics are also given. Political and social problems, and alternative solutions for them, are another major focus of the film. However, specific problems and solutions are not the main focus; rather, different perspectives are presented through which these problems can be viewed and considered. Sonia Hoffman's perspective is referred to as the holistic, or systems theory, perspective. Thomas Harriman, the poet, recites the poem "Enigmas" by Pablo Neruda (based on the translation by Robert Bly) at the end of the movie, concluding the core of the discussion. The movie was filmed on site at the Mont Saint-Michael and has views of (and scenes conceptually based around) many structures and features there, including the approach over the tidal flats, the cathedral, the walkways, a torture chamber, and a giant, ancient clock mechanism.

Brotherhood (2010)

Brotherhood (Danish: Broderskab) is a 2009 Danish film written by Rasmus Birch and Nicolo Donato, directed by Donato and produced by Per Holst.

A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg (2002)

Married couple Bri (Alan Bates) and Sheila (Janet Suzman) have a daughter named Josephine (Elizabeth Robillard) who was born with severe cerebral palsy. Although the wheelchair-bound Jo is unable to move or speak, Sheila insists there is some possibility her daughter could get better. Bri, who deals with his emotional suffering through vicious black humor, has no such hopes and grows increasingly preoccupied with horrific fantasies about ending the family's suffering once and for all.

My Other Me: A Film About Cosplayers (2013)

Teens and adults discover their true identities when they dress up as fictional characters.

The History Of Future Folk (2013)

An alien general (Nils D'Aulaire) joins forces with the comrade (Jay Klaitz) sent to kill him; their goals are threefold: Save their home world, prevent mankind's destruction, and book some gigs as bluegrass musicians.

Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch (2002)

Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch (also known as Air Bud 4) is a 2002 made-for-video American film, and the fourth film in the Air Bud series.

Search and Destroy (1988)

A commando (J. Christian Ingvordsen) and his team trap foreign terrorists in a top-secret virus plant, which leaks.

The Sleepless (2012)

When he falls in love, a professional wrestler (Shawn Andrews) with mob connections tries to change his violent lifestyle.

Bombay Clipper (1942)

Bombay Clipper is a 1941 film featuring Maria Montez in an early role. Turhan Bey also appears. It was based on the exploits of cross ocean flyers. Filming started June 1941.

A Kid from Tibet (1992)

A Kid from Tibet is a 1992 Hong Kong martial arts-action film directed by and starring Yuen Biao. The film features two more former members of the Seven Little Fortunes: Yuen Wah as an evil sorcerer and a cameo appearance from Jackie Chan. A Kid From Tibet is the only film to date that Yuen has directed. It was filmed in Taiwan, Hong Kong and partly on location in Tibet.

I'm Almost Not Crazy: John Cassavetes - the Man and His Work (1984)

I'm Almost Not Crazy: John Cassavetes, the Man and His Work is a 1989 American documentary directed by Michael Ventura and starring John Cassavetes.

The Body Disappears (1941)

The Body Disappears is a 1941 American comedy film directed by D. Ross Lederman.

Northless (2009)

Andres has mixed emotions about his crossings into the U.S after he sees conditions in Tijuana.

Committed (2011)

Psychologist Celeste DuPont (Andrea Roth) relocates to a remote psychiatric facility and discovers that her superior, Dr. Quilley (Peter MacNeill), has unknowingly committed her.

Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman (2012)

Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman, also known under its original release title of Tráiganme la cabeza de la mujer metralleta, is a 2012 Chilean action comedy that was directed by Ernesto Díaz Espinoza. The film had its world premiere on 23 September 2012 at the Austin Fantastic Fest and was released in Chile on 23 May 2013.

Brandbilen som försvann (1993)

Brandbilen som försvann is a 1993 Swedish police film about Martin Beck, directed by Hajo Gies.

Love Her Madly (2000)

Three obsessed men are suspects in the murder of a sexy college coed.

Smoked (2012)

After three stoners try to rob a pot club, they are hunted by notorious killers.

The Golden Boat (1990)

The Golden Boat is a 1990 American film directed by Raúl Ruiz.

Popcorn (1991)

Popcorn is a 1991 American comedy horror film directed by Mark Herrier and written by Alan Ormsby.

Bogwoman (1997)

Bogwoman is a 1997 film that follows the story of Maureen, a woman born in the Boglands of County Donegal who moves across the border to the Bogside to marry a Derry man.

The Woodsman and the Rain (2012)

The Woodsman and the Rain is a 2011 Japanese comedy film directed by Shuichi Okita about a lumberjack involved in shooting of a zombie movie.

Overload (2009)

Kate moves to Vermont, and murder, romance and family dysfunction follow her.

The Guy From Harlem (1977)

The Guy from Harlem is a 1977 American Blaxploitation film directed by Rene Martinez, Jr. The film is also known as The Good Guy from Harlem.

The Newcomers (2000)

The Newcomers is a 2000 American family drama film directed by James Allen Bradley and starring Christopher McCoy, Kate Bosworth, Paul Dano and Chris Evans. Christopher McCoy plays Sam Docherty, a boy who moves to Vermont with his family, hoping to make a fresh start away from the city. It was filmed in Vermont, and released by Artist View Entertainment and MTI Home Video.

Black Bandit (1938)

Black Bandit is a 1938 American Western film written and directed by George Waggner. The film stars Bob Baker, Marjorie Reynolds, Wally Wales, Jack Rockwell, Forrest Taylor and Glenn Strange. The film was released on September 16, 1938, by Universal Pictures.