Dark Confessions (1998)
Danger and deception surround a young American woman (Kate Rodger) traveling through Europe.
Hole in the Forehead (1968)
A Hole in the Forehead (Italian: Un buco in fronte, also known as A Hole Between the Eyes) is a 1968 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Giuseppe Vari.
Go Gorilla Go (1975)
Go Gorilla Go (Italian: Vai gorilla) is a 1975 Italian poliziottesco film directed by Tonino Valerii.
The script of the film continued some scenes from the debut film of Valerii, Per il gusto di uccidere, including the final duel between Fabio Testi and Antonio Marsina. The censorship commission banned the film to people under 18 years old and Valerii refused the cuts requested by the production to lower the ban; the film eventually had a significant commercial success, grossing over 1 billion and 800 million lire.
Ti amo in tutte le lingue del mondo (2005)
I love you in all the languages in the world (Ti amo in tutte le lingue del mondo) is a 2005 film directed by and starring Leonardo Pieraccioni.
Kavalai Vendam (2016)
Kavalai Vendam is a 2016 Indian Tamil language romantic comedy drama film written and directed by Deekay. The film stars Jiiva and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles, while Bobby Simha and Sunaina play supporting roles. The film, which is said to be an urban romance "about first love, second chances and relationships", features music composed by Leon James, cinematography by Abinandhan Ramanujam and editing by Suresh. Produced by Elred Kumar, Kavalai Vendam released on 24 November 2016 while its dubbed Telugu version Entha Varaku Ee Prema released on 7 April 2017.
The Ghosts of Johnson Woods (2015)
A woman and an awkward man begin a relationship, only to discover neither is who they say they are.
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.
Zorrita: Passion's Avenger (2000)
A masked seductress proves that her skills extend beyond swordplay as she makes a stand for pleasure in old California.
Ek Ladka Ek Ladki (1992)
Ek Ladka Ek Ladki is a 1992 Indian Hindi romantic comedy film directed by Vijay Sadanah, starring Salman Khan and Neelam Kothari. The film was released on 19 June 1992. The film is largely a remake of Hollywood movie Overboard released in 1987.
Run for Your Life (2014)
Run for Your Life is a 2014 American Lifetime TV movie and drama film based on a true story. Meredith is a battered Canadian woman who flees Canada to escape her abusive husband. She settles in Seattle, but her now-remarried ex-husband finds her. To protect her children, she must choose between killing him herself, hiring someone to kill him, or disappearing with her children and assuming new identities. It is based on Katherine Kotaw's memoir Quicksand: One Woman’s Escape From the Husband Who Stalked Her.
One Big Home (2016)
Gentrification comes in many forms. On the tiny island of Martha’s Vineyard, where presidents and celebrities vacation, trophy homes threaten to destroy the island’s unique character.
Twelve years in the making, One Big Home follows one carpenter’s journey to understand the trend toward giant houses. When he feels complicit in wrecking the place he calls home, he takes off his tool belt and picks up a camera. Bumping up against angry homeowners and builders who look the other way, he works with his community and attempts to pass a new bylaw to limit house size.
A crime-obsessed youth (Rangeet) witnesses a murder through a pair of binoculars and becomes determined to catch the culprit.
While working on a thesis on homelessness, a student (Annie K. McVey) encounters a man (Guy Birtwhistle) who insists he has been transported from 1918 to present day Los Angeles.
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.
A hard-nosed private detective is hired to catch a depraved sex killer in Boston.
Taste of Vengeance (1969)
A man (John Garko) turns to a life of crime after Confederate soldiers rape and murder his wife.
Oh My Ghost 2 (2011)
In this hilarious, campy horror-comedy, a gang of friends heads back to their old school, this time as teachers! But trouble-making ghosts are among their students, and they look hauntingly familiar…
Guardians of Oz (2015)
Guardians of Oz (Spanish: Guardianes de Oz; released internationally as Wicked Flying Monkeys) is a 2015 Mexican-Indian 3D computer animated adventure fantasy film, directed by Alberto Mar and executive produced by Jorge Gutierrez. The film is produced by Ánima Estudios, Discreet Arts, and distributed by FilmSharks International. The film is first English-language and flagship CG production for Ánima Estudios, as well as the studio's biggest production and is described as Mexico's biggest animated production. Mexico's take on the Wizard of Oz books by L. Frank Baum, it features an original story and new characters, and was released theatrically on 10 April 2015 in Mexico.
Variety has reported that Lionsgate's Grindstone Entertainment has acquired North American rights to the film. It will be released direct-to-video on January 24, 2017 and features the voices of Mikey Bolts, Ambyr Childers, and Jenn McAllister.
The Red Queen Kills Seven Times (1972)
The Red Queen Kills Seven Times (Italian: La dama rossa uccide sette volte) is a 1972 Italian giallo film directed by Emilio Miraglia.
Sensual Pleasures (1978)
Feuding lovers get a chance to mend their relationship when they unknowingly book themselves at the same Greek resort.
$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.
Mountain Devil (2017)
Two men are terrorized by an unknown creature while hunting from a cabin in the Appalachian Mountains.
The Fury of a Patient Man (2016)
Madrid, August 2007. CURRO was the onl one arrested for the robbery of a jewelry store.
Eight years later, his girlfriend ANA and their son are waiting for Curro to get out of prison.
JOSE is a solitary and reserved man who just doesn´t seem to fit in anywhere. One morning he goes for a coffee at the bar where ANA and her brother work. That winter his life gets interwoven with the others´ at the bar, who take him in as one of their own, and especially with Ana´s, who sees this newcomer as a possible outlet for her distressing life.
Upon completing his jail sentence, CURRO gets out with the hope of starting his life with ANA over again. But everything has changed in just a very short time. CURRO will find himself with a confused woman, and a man who shatters all his expectations. He can´t even begin to imagine the extent to which JOSE is going to alter his plans. This stranger will force to him to confront old ghosts from the past.
Both men will undertake a strange and frantic three-day trip, a violence filled journey that will force them to live together, to play a game of relentless confrontation, and will inevitably make them understand each other and sink the, beyond redemption into an abyss of revenge.
A story about the violent nature of human beings and the illusion of redemption.
Nathalie Moretti... (2006)
Lustful desire interferes with a struggling filmmaker's plans to raise money by kidnapping a tycoon's daughter.
Kissing a Dream (1996)
An unhappily married adwoman gets more than she bargained for when she advertises for a dream lover in the personal ads.
Double Exposure (1935)
An aspiring photographer (Bob Hope) bites off more than he can chew when he snaps a picture of a stranger.
Red Carpet (2014)
An adult-movie director tries to lure a top actress into starring in his legitimized film.
Sugar Colt (1966)
Sugar Colt is a 1966 Italian and Spanish spaghetti western directed by Franco Giraldi, produced by Franco Cittadini and Stenio Fiorentini, written by Sandro Continenza, Augusto Finocchi, Giuseppe Mangione and Fernando Di Leo, composed by Luis Enríquez Bacalov, filmed by Alejandro Ulloa and starred by Jack Betts, Joaquín Parra, Soledad Miranda, Georges Rigaud, Antonio Padilla, Giuliano Raffaelli and Hunt Powers. It is the Giraldi's second film after Seven Guns for the MacGregors. The film represents the cinematographical debut for Jack Betts, here credited as Hunt Powers, and it is also Erno Crisa's last film.
A young man is haunted by a supernatural entity in the wake of his 18th birthday.
Video Violence 2 (1987)
The Video Violence killers host their own TV show, allowing viewers and other aspiring psychos to send in videos of their handiwork.
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.
The Christmas Angel (1904)
Détresse et Charité, released in the United States as The Christmas Angel and in Britain as The Beggar Maiden, is a 1904 French short silent film directed by Georges Méliès. It was released by Méliès's Star Film Company and is numbered 669–677 in its catalogues.
Shaolin Iron Finger (1977)
A master of the Death Finger technique must save his mother from ruthless kidnappers.
Horses That Heal (2015)
Equine-Assisted Activities and Therapies helps disabled horseback riders and their families.
Xabi (Xabi Tolosa) and Sarah (Lorena Iglesias) suffer a breakup just before a planned holiday trip. At first Xabi is fine, but he begins to feel very sick after a little time passes.
Last Pickup (2016)
Low-level gangsters are assigned one last pickup for their boss, but this pickup may mean the difference between life as free men or life behind bars.
A super-soldier experiment gone wrong turns a government agent into a raging werewolf.
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.
Halleluja for Django (1967)
La più grande rapina del West (released as Halleluja for Django in the US and as The Greatest Kidnapping in the West in Great Britain) is a 1967 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Maurizio Lucidi.
It was referred as a film with a great story and good tension but weak in its giallo part.
I Want Him Dead (1968)
I Want Him Dead (Italian: Lo voglio morto, Spanish: Lo quiero muerto) is a 1968 Italian-Spanish Spaghetti Western film directed by Paolo Bianchini and starring Craig Hill.
They Go Boom! (1929)
They Go Boom is a 1929 short comedy film directed by James Parrott and starring Laurel and Hardy.
My Night, Your Day (2016)
An insomniac spends his nights out on the streets of Budapest to let his girlfriend sleep in peace. he finds himself in increasingly weird, even deadly, situations.
The hottest stripper in Las Vegas knows all the right moves to hit the jackpot with her adoring patrons.
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.
Los corsarios (1971)
Pirates who are stranded on a small Caribbean island after a shipwreck are hired to protect the viceroy's beautiful daughter.
Sex Court: The Movie (2001)
An impromptu weekend of full disclosure takes place when a troubled wife seeks Judge Julie's help.
Power's War (2015)
In 1918, three lawmen ride out into the Arizonan wildness to apprehend four draft dodgers. What follows is the deadliest shootout in the state's history. Historians discuss legend, lies and hearsay in a new examination of the event.
Ride The Hot Wind (1971)
Ride the Hot Wind is a 1971 film. It was made by Ted Kelly who was a good friend of Audie Murphy.
The lone survivor of a brutal killing spree, now suffering from severe post-traumatic stress disorder, is horrified to learn that the killer she barely escaped is being transferred to her mental health facility.
You Call It Passion (2015)
You Call It Passion is a South Korean comedy film based on the novel of the same name written by Lee Hye-rin about a new graduate who struggles to survive in the war of entertainment news.
Gangster Party (2002)
When a drug lord by the name of Herman Delgato starts killing his under bosses for an attempted mutiny of his organization, he is spotted by a witness and arrested. The government assigns a witness protection specialist to the case but Herman Delgato has other plans for the witness. Through his contacts he hires three of organized crimes\' most notorious hit men. Anyone of these three men alone equals death, but together that are a precise and effective killing machine. In the underworld of organized crime, there is a code name when three ex-gang members do a hit together. It\'s called a Gangster Party.
Girl in Trouble (1963)
A bored young woman (Tammy Clarke) decides to leave her small town behind to start a new life in the big city, but she ends up crossing paths with degenerates and perverts who want to exploit her.
A Minor Altercation (1977)
Tensions mount between a black and a white girl during Boston's desegregation.
The Biggest Heroes (1996)
The Biggest Heroes (Danish: De største helte) is a 1996 Danish comedy/road movie film directed by Thomas Vinterberg.
Target Hong Kong (1953)
Target Hong Kong is a 1953 film starring Richard Denning.
Come On, Leathernecks! (1938)
Come On, Leathernecks! is a 1938 American action film mixing football with the United States Marine Corps in the Philippines.
Alan Ladd has a small role.
An intern at a low rent video company discovers a tape on what to do about zombies as a zombie invasion begins.
Glitch In The Grid (2012)
An artist (Jay Masonek) reaches out to the divine when harsh economic reality creates a sense of spiritual oppression.
A Healthy Baby Girl (1997)
For about 30 years, pregnant women were routinely given a form of synthetic estrogen called DES to reduce the risk of miscarriage and other complications, until it was discovered in the early 1970s that babies exposed to this drug often developed rare forms of cancer. Filmmaker Judith Helfand was one of these "DES daughters," and her documentary covers both her cancer surgery and her participation in a class-action lawsuit against the makers of the drug.
State 194 (2012)
In 2009, Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad launched a plan to demonstrate that his people were deserving of statehood, inspiring them to change their destiny and seek UN membership. Since then, they've made remarkable progress, but the political quagmire and Fayyad's recent resignation from office may destroy the most promising opportunity for peace in years.
Adult World (2013)
Adult World is a 2013 American comedy film directed by Scott Coffey and written by Andy Cochran. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2013 and stars Emma Roberts, Evan Peters, and John Cusack. The film was released in a limited release and through video on demand on February 14, 2014 by IFC Films.
Flat Out (1999)
Following a paralyzing injury, a motorcycle racer (Stewart Goddard) devises an innovative way to return to competition.
Die Rechnung - eiskalt serviert (1966)
Die Rechnung – eiskalt serviert English title Tip Not Included is a 1966 German thriller film directed by Helmut Ashley and starring George Nader, Yvonne Monlaur and Heinz Weiss. It was the fourth film in the Jerry Cotton series.
Topeka is a 1953 American western film directed by Thomas Carr and starring Wild Bill Elliott, Phyllis Coates and Rick Vallin.
Dark Measures (2009)
Dark Measures is a 2009 American drama film directed by Chris Hazenberg, edited by Mark Johnson and starring Michelle L. Ruiz. The screenplay was written by Hazenberg and Fergus O'Fay, with additional material provided by Ruiz, Zach Klinefelter, and Dustin Weshoft. Benjamin Barton also contributed as a script consultant. It premiered at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival as an official entry in the Independent Film section and opened to limited cinemas on July 17, 2009.
The Toughest Man in the World (1984)
A nightclub bouncer (Mr. T) enters a tough-man contest to raise funds for a doomed Chicago youth center.
All The Best: Fun Begins (2009)
All The Best: Fun Begins is a Bollywood comedy drama film directed by Rohit Shetty, and starring Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Fardeen Khan, Bipasha Basu, Johny Lever, Sanjay Mishra and Mugdha Godse. The film was released on 16 October 2009, and was received positively from the audience and critics alike.
Prince of the City (2012)
Prince Amara (Julian Cheah), the adopted son of a Malaysian billionaire, is framed for murder by his full-blooded brother and exiled from the country. Amara hires a gangster and a killer bodyguard to take back what belongs to him.
Heartbeat is a 2011 South Korean film about human organ trade. The film revolves around Yeon-hee, a widow hoping for a heart transplant for her daughter. When she hears that Hwi-do's mother had a traumatic fall and is now brain-dead, Yeon-hee eagerly attempts to purchase the heart. But Hwi-do refuses until he can find out more about what led to the fall.
Airiseu: Deo mubi (2010)
Iris the Movie is a 2010 South Korean spy action film.
Red Shield (1991)
Two detectives face crises in their marriages while pursuing the leader of a band of heavily armed smugglers.
Invisible Ink (2011)
Three people's lives cross as they search for the truth, and they struggle when reality threatens to destroy their imaginary worlds.
Vincent Wants to Sea (2010)
Vincent Wants to Sea (German: Vincent will Meer) is a 2010 German drama film directed by Ralf Huettner.
Soft In The Head (2013)
Maury, the owner of a shelter, watches out for Natalia, a wayward young woman, and tries to sidestep the turmoil following in her wake.
Liberty & Bash (1989)
Liberty & Bash is an 1989 Action film starring Miles O'Keeffe and Lou Ferrigno as Vietnam war buddies who team up to rid their community of drugs.
City of Chance (1940)
City of Chance is a 1940 American drama film directed by Ricardo Cortez and written by John Larkin and Barry Trivers. The film stars Lynn Bari, C. Aubrey Smith, Donald Woods, Amanda Duff, June Gale and Richard Lane. The film was released on January 13, 1940, by 20th Century Fox.
The Night Mayor (1932)
The Night Mayor is a 1932 American drama film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and starring Lee Tracy, Evalyn Knapp and Don Dillaway.
City Streets (1938)
City Streets is a 1938 American melodrama set in New York City. Wheel-chair bound orphan Winnie Brady (Edith Fellows) is taken in by shopkeeper Joe Carmine (Leo Carrillo). An unsuccessful operation on Winnie's legs bankrupts Carmine, who then sells fruit on the streets. Winnie is sent to live in an orphanage, and Carmine is discouraged from continuing his relationship with her. Carmine is so distraught by grief that he slowly begins to die. Winnie is brought to him by local priest Father Ryan (Frank Sheridan), and she finds the strength to stand and walk to his bedside, eventually regaining full use of her legs.
Kid Boots (1926)
Kid Boots is a 1926 American silent feature comedy film directed by Frank Tuttle, and based on the 1923 musical written by William Anthony McGuire and Otto Harbach. This was entertainer Eddie Cantor's first film. A print is preserved at the Library of Congress.
7 Man Army (1976)
7-Man Army is a 1976 Hong Kong historical war action film directed by Chang Cheh and starring Ti Lung, David Chiang, Alexander Fu and Chen Kuan-Tai. It was written by Ni Kuang and Chang Cheh. Chan San-Yat and Hsieh Hsing were the action directors. The film is a dramatised account of the Defense of the Great Wall. It was filmed in Taiwan.
Instant Karma (1990)
Instant Karma is a 1990 film. Craig Sheffer stars as Zane, a TV producer looking for romance. Directed by Roderick Taylor, Instant Karma tells the story of a down-on-his-luck TV producer but doesn't offer its viewers much beyond impressive aerial photography and a few funny moments.
The Sound of Mumbai: A Musical (2010)
India's Bombay Chamber Orchestra recruits children from the slums to perform a choral version of "The Sound of Music."
The Fool (1990)
The Fool is a 1990 British film, produced and directed by Christine Edzard from a script by Edzard and Olivier Stockman.
Stella Days (2012)
Stella Days is a 2011 film in which Martin Sheen plays the role of a Roman Catholic priest in rural Ireland during the mid-1950s.
Based on the book Stella Days: The Life and Times of a Rural Irish Cinema, written by Michael Doorley. It is based on the true story of how a small cinema came into being in the town of Borrisokane in County Tipperary. Filming took place in the town of Fethard rather than Borrisokane. The film was screened in front of an invited audience in the Clarke Memorial Hall, Borrisokane on 24 March 2012.
Hotel Splendide (2000)
Hotel Splendide is a 2000 British independent dark comedy film, written and directed by Terence Gross and starring Toni Collette and Daniel Craig. The film appeared in a number of British and European film festivals but was not released in the US, although it did appear on cable networks on channels catering to independent film. It is currently available in the UK on DVD and the US on DVR on demand.
The film tells the story of the Blanche family who run a dark and dismal health resort on a remote island which is only accessible by ferry. The spa program consists of feeding the guests seaweed and eel-based meals, then administering liberal colonic irrigation. The spa is run by the family matriarch, Dame Blanche, until her death.
Things continue with her children running the resort until Kath, the resort's former sous chef and the love interest of one of the sons, comes back to the island unannounced. Stranded between monthly ferries, she is a catalyst for a series of events that turns life as it is known at Hotel Splendide on its ear.
Small Time (1996)
Small Time is the first feature film by Shane Meadows. It was written, produced and directed by Meadows.
Starring Maja (2009)
Hoping to become an actress and struggling for acceptance, an overweight teen (Zandra Andersson) befriends a wedding videographer (Moa Siln).
City of Shadows (2010)
A doctor on his way home from North Africa tries to save a city from the plague.
Code of the Rangers (1938)
Code of the Rangers is a 1938 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Stanley Roberts. The film stars Tim McCoy, Rex Lease, Judith Ford, Wheeler Oakman, Edward Earle and Frank LaRue. The film was released on April 8, 1938, by Monogram Pictures.
Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy (2012)
Romanzo di una strage (internationally released as Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy) is a 2012 Italian drama film directed by Marco Tullio Giordana. It is loosely based on the book Il segreto di Piazza Fontana by Paolo Cucchiarelli. The film deals with the reconstruction of the Piazza Fontana bombing that took place in Milan December 12, 1969, and of the tragic events that ensued, from the death of Giuseppe Pinelli, which occurred in mysterious circumstances during an interrogation, to the death of the Commissioner Luigi Calabresi, who had led the investigation.
Romanzo di una strage entered the 2012 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, in which it won the Special Jury Prize. It was nominated to 16 David di Donatello awards, and won three (for best supporting actor, best supporting actress and best visual effects). It also won three Nastro d'Argento awards (for best script, best actor and best supporting actress) and two Ciak d'oro (for best supporting actor and best score).
The Darkness Is Close Behind (2011)
Jesse is forced to grow up too quickly so he can protect his younger brother, Joe, from their drug-dealing father. His only distraction is Amy, and spending time with her could cost him everything he has tried to protect.
Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo (2010)
Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo is a 2009 documentary directed by American filmmaker Jessica Oreck. The documentary shows how insects are entwined with Japan from past to present. A Japanese narrator reads poetry, reads legends, and give information about the insects. The film has shots of insects interspersed with shots of daily life in Japan. It has to do with how the Japanese treat insects of all types.
Richness of Internal Space (2013)
A kidnapped architect (Kuno Becker) uses his wits to survive months of solitary confinement.
Simon's siblings take shelter in a church's catacombs when the undead rise from the graves.
A Special Day (1977)
A Special Day (Italian: Una giornata particolare) is a 1977 Italian film directed by Ettore Scola and starring Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni and John Vernon. Set in Rome in 1938, its narrative follows a woman and her neighbor who stay home the day Adolf Hitler visits Benito Mussolini. The film is an Italian-Canadian co-production. It has received several nominations and awards, including a César Award for Best Foreign Film in 1978 and two Oscar nominations in 1977, and it is featured on the list of the 100 Italian films to be saved.
Sleepy Heads (1997)
Japanese immigrants in New York have a corpse on their hands after a friend dies from a drug overdose.
The Walls Came Tumbling Down (1946)
The Walls Came Tumbling Down is a 1946 American crime film directed by Lothar Mendes and starring Lee Bowman, Marguerite Chapman and Edgar Buchanan. It is considered a film noir.
The Odd One Dies (1997)
Two paid killers (Takeshi Kaneshiro, Carman Lee) gradually fall in love after sharing terrifying adventures tinged with humor.
Tanganyika is a 1954 action adventure film directed by André De Toth and starring Van Heflin.
The Disappeared (2012)
The Disappeared is a Canadian drama film written and directed by author and filmmaker Shandi Mitchell. A story of survival and self-discovery for six men lost at sea in the North Atlantic, it stars Billy Campbell, Shawn Doyle, Brian Downey, Gary Levert, Ryan Doucette, and Neil Matheson.
The film premiered at the Atlantic Film Festival September 14, 2012.