The Horror Convention Massacre (2007)

A crazed killer unleashes his rage at a horror convention.

A Darkness Swallowed (2006)

An investigation of cellular memory.

Hustling for Health (1919)

Hustling for Health is a 1919 American silent film featuring Stan Laurel.

Kingdom Of The Vampire (2007)

A man discovers his mother's grisly habit of murdering neighborhood children.

Incubus (2002)

A strange woman comes to take a painter's daughter to collect on a debt.

American Commando 3: Savage Temptation (1988)

Two American commandos help two orphaned children escape from drugs and prostitution.

Tangy Guacamole (2003)

An adventure into the land of pleasure and joy.

Sabbath (2008)

A woman fights for her life when zombies overrun her town.

Red Dirt (2000)

Red Dirt is a 2000 American film written and directed by Tag Purvis. The film starred Dan Montgomery, Jr., Aleksa Palladino, Walton Goggins, and Karen Black. The film follows the life of Griffith, from a simpleton farm boy, happy and contented with his life to an ambitious young man, focused on discovering the world. A stranger stumbles into his home and only sharpens the young man's intent to travel and discover.

Blight (1996)

The demolition of a home.

Nick DiPaolo: Raw Nerve (2011)

Stand-up comedian Nick DiPaolo unleashes his caustic wit on a willing crowd at Connecticut's Foxwoods Resort Casino, putting to work the same razor-sharp sense of humor that kills 'em on Comedy Central's celebrity roasts.

America Is Waiting (1981)

Filmmaker Georg Loszulinski chronicles the events of Jan. 20, 2017, when protestors took to the streets of Washington, D.C., to disrupt the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump.

On the Sunny Side (1936)

Two children are sent back and forth between their parents.

Broken Glass (2007)

A lesbian's overbearing mother gives her an ultimatum to abandon her lifestyle or be disowned. She attempts to appease her mother, but the stress of hiding her identity triggers the formation of a dangerous alter ego.

Black Site Delta (2017)

Cam Gigandet stars as the leader of a “Dirty Dozen” band of military prisoners who must fight off a terrorist attack on the remote "black site" prison where they’re being held, which, unknown to them, is a cover for a secret drone control facility.

I Do (2012)

I Do is a 2012 Chinese film directed by Sun Zhou, Starring Li Bingbing, Sun Honglei, Duan Yihong, Xue Jianing, Zhang Wei.

Ciaran the Demon Hunter (2016)

When a rash of demonic possessions occurs in Los Angeles, the Vatican summons an Irish priest who has mysterious powers.

There Are Monsters (2013)

A graduate student's film crew discover evidence of doppelgangers.

Trust Me (2016)

A huckster from small-town America goes to Hollywood to make his fortune.

Welcome Home (2008)

After a long journey abroad, Lila returns home to Brussels where her encounters with three different men transform her life.

Baby (2010)

Baby is a Brixton set drama short film, written and directed by Daniel Mulloy. Baby premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and went on to win multiple awards including the coveted British Independent Film Award.

Law and Order (1940)

Law and Order is a 1940 American film directed by Ray Taylor.

15 Scaffolds for a Murderer (1967)

Horse thieves are wrongfully accused of rape and murder. They flee the bloodthirsty lynch mob, taking refuge in an abandoned fort.

Herbert West: Re-Animator (2017)

After the loss of his daughter, a famous scientist experiments with a special serum invented by him as he desperately tries to bring her back to life.

Bizi Hatirla (2018)

A man neglects his father until he has to care for him.

Mar de Fondo (2012)

Six people struggle to survive the uncertainty of nature.

Cecilia (2015)

Filmmaker Pankaj Johar examines the growing menace of child labor trafficking in India.

El lechero del pueblo (2002)

The story of a charming milkman who wishes to seduce all women in town.

Onnanam Kunnil Oradi Kunnil (1985)

Onnanam Kunnil Oradi Kunnil is a 1985 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Priyadarshan. The film stars Shankar, Mohanlal, Sukumari, Prem Prakash and Sankaradi in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Raghu Kumar.

Slaughter Claus (2011)

Santa and his evil elves unleash their wrath.

Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi (1970)

Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi is a 1970 Indian Hindi film starring Sanjay Khan, Leena Chandavarkar, Om Prakash, and Jagdeep among others. It deals with the relationship between mothers-in-law and their daughters-in-law. The film was a remake of Telugu film Atha Okinti Kodale.

Choose Your Weapons (1922)

A veteran somehow gets sucked into the politics of royalty.

Timing (2017)

An actor practices his lines in the aisles of an Ikea.

Ambi Ning Vysaitho (2018)

A 65-year-old man starts on a journey to find his first love.

Strangler vs. Strangler (1984)

Strangler vs. Strangler is a 1984 Yugoslav film featuring elements of comedy, thriller and horror genres.

Windfall (2002)

Caught stealing from a casino, two robbers must now stop its security chief from committing his own heist.

The Sect (1991)

There’s fear around every corner with a diabolical sect on the loose! Kelly Lee Curtis (sister of Jamie Lee) stars as Miriam, an American schoolteacher relocated to Germany in an area plagued by a satanic cult that murders and tears out the hearts of anyone who betrays it. One afternoon Miriam accidentally hits an elderly pedestrian, Moebius ( Herbert Lom, The Pink Panther, The Dead Zone ), standing in the middle of the road; alarmed, she takes him back to her house to recuperate, only for him to secretly drug her and then secrete a hallucinogenic insect in her nostril. Clearly targeting Miriam for a sinister plan, Moebius triggers an uncanny string of events in Miriam’s life involving nightmares, a diabolical cult leader, Damon ( The Church’s Tomas Arana), her magic pet rabbit, and a dark well filled with mystical water. Directed by Michele Soavi ( The Church, Stagefright ) and produced by maestro Dario Argento ( Suspiria, Opera ), this hallucinatory shocker now merges from the darkness with a new HD transfer!

La venganza de Ira Vamp (2010)

It's the year 1910 in the Mandacrest Mansion. After the death -- by suspicious circumstances -- of Ira Vamp, Lord Winston returns with his new wife, Claretta Castafiore.

The Sound and the Fury (1959)

The Sound and the Fury is a 1959 American film directed by Martin Ritt. It is an adaptation of the novel with the same name.

Earl of Puddlestone (1940)

Earl of Puddlestone is a 1940 American comedy film directed by Gus Meins and written by Ewart Adamson and Val Burton. The film stars James Gleason, Lucile Gleason, Russell Gleason, Harry Davenport, Lois Ranson and Tommy Ryan. The film was released on August 31, 1940, by Republic Pictures. The film is the seventh of Republic's nine-film Higgins Family series.

No News from God (2001)

Don't Tempt Me (Spanish: Bendito Infierno, also known as Sin noticias de Dios in Spanish and No News From God in English) is a 2001 Mexican and Spanish co-production comedy film. The screenplay for the film was written especially for Penélope Cruz and Victoria Abril by the award-winning Spanish writer and director Agustín Díaz Yanes of Nadie hablará de nosotras cuando hayamos muerto.

East Meets West (1936)

East Meets West is a 1936 British drama film directed by Herbert Mason and starring George Arliss, Lucie Mannheim, Godfrey Tearle and John Laurie. It was made at the Lime Grove Studios in London. The film's art direction was by Oscar Friedrich Werndorff.

College Coach (1933)

College Coach (UK title Football Coach) is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film starring Dick Powell and Ann Dvorak. The film features John Wayne in his last bit-part role.

Dangerous Venture (1947)

Dangerous Venture is a 1947 American Western film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Doris Schroeder. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks, Fritz Leiber, Douglas Evans and Harry Cording. The film was released on May 23, 1947, by United Artists.

Love Is News (1937)

Love Is News is a 1937 romantic comedy film starring Tyrone Power, Loretta Young, and Don Ameche. The movie was directed by Tay Garnett and was the first film for which Power had top billing. The picture was remade in 1947 as That Wonderful Urge, with Power again and Gene Tierney.

800 Leagues Over the Amazon (1959)

An obnoxious adventurer escorts a man down the Amazon to stand trial for an unsolved murder 26 years earlier.

Inventing Our Life: The Kibbutz Experiment (2012)

Inventing Our Life: The Kibbutz Experiment is a 2010 documentary film directed by Toby Perl Freilich.

Elephant Fury (1953)

Elephant Fury (German: Gesprengte Gitter) is a 1953 West German drama war film directed by and starring Harry Piel. It also features Herbert A.E. Bohme, Hans Zesch-Ballot and Dorothea Wieck. The film had a troubled production history. Originally made between 1940 and 1943 under the title of Panic, it faced censorship problems. Following the end of the Second World War Piel recovered the negative which had fallen into the hands of the occupying Soviet forces. He re-shot some scenes and the film was eventually released more than a decade after it had first begun shooting.

Boy (2009)

Boy is a 2009 Philippine film by renowned and critically acclaimed Filipino director Auraeus Solito. The 83-minute film produced by recounts a young poet's infatuation with a young macho dancer.

Twilight on the Prairie (1944)

Heading for Hollywood to appear in a movie, a cowboy band gets stranded in Texas.

The Outraged (2012)

An African immigrant washes up on a Greek shore looking for a better life in Europe. She is not granted papers and winds up being bounced around hostile country after country.

Only a Mother (1949)

Only a Mother (Swedish: Bara en mor) is a 1949 Swedish drama film directed by Alf Sjöberg. It is the acting debut of Max Von Sydow.

Elmer and Elsie (1934)

Elmer and Elsie is a 1934 American comedy film directed by Gilbert Pratt and written by Humphrey Pearson. The film stars George Bancroft, Frances Fuller, Roscoe Karns, George Barbier, Nella Walker and Charles Sellon. The film was released on August 4, 1934, by Paramount Pictures.

A Dangerous Woman (1929)

A Dangerous Woman is a 1929 American Pre-Code film released by Paramount, based on the Margery Lawrence story, A Woman Who Needed Killing. It was directed by Gerald Grove and Rowland V. Lee from a script by John Farrow and Edward E. Paramore Jr. Olga Baclanova (billed as Baclanova) stars as Tania Gregory and Clive Brook plays her husband Frank Gregory. The film is set at an outpost in British East Africa. Other actors include Neil Hamilton as Bobby Gregory, Clyde Cook as Tubbs, Leslie Fenton as Peter Allerton and Snitz Edwards as Chief Macheria.

The Big Heart of Girls (2011)

The Big Heart of Girls (Italian: Il cuore grande delle ragazze) is a 2011 Italian drama film directed by Pupi Avati.

Sinners in the Sun (1932)

Sinners in the Sun is a 1932 American pre-Code romantic drama movie starring Carole Lombard, Chester Morris, Adrienne Ames and Alison Skipworth, directed by Alexander Hall.

Danger Tomorrow (1960)

Danger Tomorrow is a 1960 British crime film directed by Terry Bishop and starring Zena Walker, Robert Urquhart and Rupert Davies.

I Love Budapest (2001)

Aniko (Gabriella Hamori) is a small-town girl with big-city dreams. She arrives in Budapest, Hungary, seeking excitement and aspiring to glamour but soon has to settle for an inauspicious factory job. She and her blue-collar boyfriend, Miki (Sndor Csnyi), often carouse with her friend Moni (Martina Kovacs) and her wealthy beau, Krisztian (Tamas Lengyel). Before long, Aniko and Miki grow jealous of their rich pals. So to make some fast cash, Miki takes to the treacherous world of drug dealing.

Voices from Beyond (1991)

Voices from Beyond (Voci dal Profondo) is a 1991 Italian mystery thriller film by director Lucio Fulci. The story centers about the murder of a wealthy man, with his spirit returning to guide his daughter in discovering his killers.

Fruit of Paradise (1970)

Fruit of Paradise is a 1970 Czechoslovak avant-garde drama film directed by Věra Chytilová. It was entered into the 1970 Cannes Film Festival. The film is an adaptation of the Adam and Eve story. This was Chytilová's last film before she was placed on an eight-year ban by the Czechoslovak Government.

Nappali sötétség (1963)

A writer uses his daughter's identity papers to smuggle his Jewish lover out of the country.

Two Days Back (2011)

Emma disappears with a feral boy when she is 5 but has no memory of the ordeal. Seventeen years later she re-enters the forest to help environmentalists stop illegal tree-harvesting. When people start to be killed off, she must face her dark past.

Asylum of Darkness (2012)

Dwight, a mental patient, escapes from an asylum and finds horrifying insanity in the real world.

The Girl from the Third Row (1949)

Flickan från tredje raden (English: The Girl from the Third Row) is a 1949 Swedish comedy film directed by Hasse Ekman.

The Oregon Trail (1959)

The Oregon Trail is a 1959 American western film directed by Gene Fowler Jr. and starring Fred MacMurray, William Bishop and Nina Shipman. The film's sets were designed by the art directors John B. Mansbridge and Lyle R. Wheeler.

Living in Fear (2000)

A man (William R. Moses) and his wife (Marcia Cross) get a chilly reception after returning to his hometown for the reading of his father's will.

Dawn of America (1951)

Dawn of America (Spanish: Alba de América) is a 1951 Spanish historical adventure film directed by Juan de Orduña and starring Antonio Vilar, María Martín and José Suárez. The film depicts the discovery of the Americas by Christopher Columbus in the late fifteenth century.

Miss Mink of 1949 (1949)

Miss Mink of 1949 is a 1949 American comedy film directed by Glenn Tryon (his last film as a director) and written by Arnold Belgard. It stars Jimmy Lydon, Lois Collier (in her final film role), Richard Lane, Barbara Brown, Paul Guilfoyle and June Storey. The film was released on February 11, 1949, by 20th Century Fox.

More (1969)

More is an English language film directed by Barbet Schroeder, released in 1969. Starring Mimsy Farmer and Klaus Grünberg, it deals with heroin addiction on the island of Ibiza. It features a soundtrack written and performed by Pink Floyd, released as the album More. The film was selected to be screened in the Cannes Classics section of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.

Bad Guys (1986)

Two suspended Los Angeles policemen (Adam Baldwin, Mike Jolly) become masked wrestlers billed as the Boston Bad Guys.

A Time to Live (1985)

A Time to Live is a 1985 American made-for-television drama film directed by Rick Wallace and starring Liza Minnelli, Jeffrey DeMunn, Swoosie Kurtz, Scott Schwartz and Corey Haim. It was broadcast on NBC on October 28, 1985.

Wife, Doctor and Nurse (1937)

Wife, Doctor and Nurse is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Walter Lang.

The Yankles (2009)

The Yankles is a 2009 film directed by David R. Brooks, about a fictitious college-level baseball team made up of students from an Orthodox Yeshiva. Filmed in Utah with a "predominantly Mormon cast," the film was shown at a number of film festivals, winning a number of festival awards, although it was never theatrically released. However, in 2012 it was picked up by Magnolia Home Entertainment for DVD release.

Truth About Men (2010)

Truth About Men (Danish: Sandheden om mænd) is a 2010 Danish comedy drama film directed by Nikolaj Arcel.

Nordrand (1999)

Northern Skirts (German: Nordrand) is a 1999 German-language film directed by Barbara Albert. It was an international co-production between Austria, Germany and Switzerland. It was Austria's official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination.

Fighting Nirvana (2009)

Four people spend the night in an old house that may or may not have a ghost and treasure.

The Italian (1915)

The Italian is a 1915 American silent film feature which tells the story of an Italian gondolier who comes to the United States to make his fortune but instead winds up working as a shoeshiner and experiencing tragedy while living with his wife and child in a tenement on New York's Lower East Side. The film was produced by Thomas H. Ince, directed by Reginald Barker, and co-written by C. Gardner Sullivan and Ince. The film stars stage actor George Beban in the title role as the Italian immigrant, Pietro "Beppo" Donnetti. In 1991, this film was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.

Violated (1953)

A New York police detective (Mitchell Kowal) tries to psych out a killer (Wim Holland) who has a fetish.

Miracle Seller (2010)

Urika, Hasim and Stefan travel to France to find their father.

Dynamite Jim (1966)

During the Civil War, a Union officer tries to move a gold shipment out of Mexico despite the threat of raiders.

Body Moves (1990)

Leaders (Kirk Rivera, Steve Messina) of rival dance teams have girlfriend problems while sweating over a contest in New Orleans.

The Man Beyond the Bridge (2009)

Paltadacho Munis or The Man Beyond the Bridge is an Indian film in Konkani directed by Laxmikant Shetgaonkar. Set in Goa, the film is about a recently widowed forest ranger in a dwindling forest, who strikes up an unlikely relationship with a woman he finds lost and alone in the woods. The film tries to destigmatise mental illness, often equated with being possessed by the devil in rural India.

Beholden (2008)

A Brazilian woman encounters three Russian thugs when she visits her estranged husband to ask for child support.

The Atrocity Exhibition (2000)

A scientist (Victor Slezak) obsessed with World War III hits the road with a woman (Anna Juvander) so he can re-create scenes from history.

On Tiptoe: The Music of Ladysmith Black Mambazo (2000)

Filmmaker Eric Simonson profiles the band, known for singing background vocals for Paul Simon.

Thou Shalt Not Kill (1961)

Tu ne tueras point (Thou Shalt Not Kill), also known as L'objecteur, is a 1961 French feature film directed by Claude Autant-Lara, written by Jean Aurenche and Pierre Bost, and starring Laurent Terzieff and Horst Frank. Actress Suzanne Flon won the Best Actress award at the 1961 Venice Film Festival for her role in the film.

Of Civil Wrongs & Rights: The Fred Korematsu Story (2000)

Filmmaker Eric Paul Fournier profiles Fred Korematsu, who refused to move when the government handed him and his family relocation orders.

Animal Love (1996)

Filmmaker Ulrich Seidl examines the close relationships that people have with their dogs.

The White Meadows (2009)

The White Meadows is a 2009 Iranian film written, directed and produced by Mohammad Rasoulof. The film was edited by Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi and stars Hassan Pourshirazi as Rahmat. Lake Urmia was the filming location for the fictional setting of a salt encrusted land.

Strip Nude for Your Killer (1975)

Nude per l'assassino is a 1975 giallo film directed by Andrea Bianchi. Written by Massimo Felisatti, the film stars Nino Castelnuovo, Edwige Fenech and Solvi Stubing, and features music by Berto Pisano. Nude per l'assassino has received mixed to negative reviews from critics. After a model dies while undergoing an illegal abortion, a killer disguised in a motorcycle helmet tracks down and kills the doctor involved. Several models and photographers working at the same agency as the dead girl are also murdered, leading two surviving photographers to fear for their lives as they try to track down the killer. Nude per l'assassino is one of several collaborations between Bianchi, Felisatti and cinematographer Franco Delli Colli. The films has been described as a formulaic giallo thriller, and has been cited as an influence on the development of the American slasher film genre.

The Ties That Bind (1985)

Filmed by her daughter, a woman remembers growing up in Nazi Germany.

Something Wicked (2014)

Something Wicked is a 2014 independent psychological horror film directed by Darin Scott and starring Shantel VanSanten, John Robinson, Brittany Murphy, and Julian Morris. The film follows a young woman who is tormented after a tragic accident which led to the death of her parents. The film marks the final film appearance of Murphy, who died of pneumonia and anemia in December 2009. Filming took place between April and June 2009 in Eugene, Oregon.

Stalker (2010)

Stalker, also known as Exposé, is a 2010 psychological horror film directed by Martin Kemp starring Jane March, Anna Brecon and Jennifer Matter. It is a remake of the 1976 film Exposé, starring Linda Hayden, who makes a cameo appearance in this film.

Side Sho (2007)

Side Sho is a 2007 horror film directed by Michael D'Anna. The film was shot in and around Savannah, Georgia, and won the awards for Best Feature Film and Best Original Score at the 2007 Terror Film Festival. It was released on DVD July 29, 2008 by Lionsgate Entertainment.

Shadows & Lies (2010)

Shadows & Lies (also known as In Praise of Shadows and William Vincent) is a 2010 romantic drama film starring James Franco and Julianne Nicholson. Filming took place in New York City, New York. The film had a release at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2010.

Southie (1999)

When Danny Quinn (Donnie Wahlberg) left his tough Irish Catholic, working class neighborhood in South Boston, going back was the last thing on his mind. But when Danny returned home, he found his brothers out of work, his sister (Rose McGowan) out of control andhis mother running out of time. While he may have changed, everything else is still the same- torn between loyalty and the law, between family and the streets and caught between two mob families at war- Danny must decide whether to walk away from his roots or make a stand.

Tempo (2003)

Tempo (film) is a 2003 film set primarily in Paris about a love triangle that gets increasingly complicated as criminal enterprises go wrong.

Tom Thumb (1958)

Tom Thumb (stylised as tom thumb) is a 1958 fantasy-musical film directed by George Pal and released by MGM. The film, based on the fairy tale of the same name, is about a tiny man who manages to outwit two thieves determined to make a fortune from him. It starred Russ Tamblyn in the title role, with a largely British supporting cast (it was filmed in both Hollywood and London), including Bernard Miles and Jessie Matthews as Tom Thumb's adoptive parents, and comic actors Terry-Thomas and Peter Sellers as the villainous duo who try to exploit the tiny hero for profit. Director Pal worked with cinematographer Georges Périnal, animators Wah Chang and Gene Warren, art director Elliot Scott and special effects artist Tom Howard to create the animated and fantasy sequences. Peggy Lee wrote the songs, and Douglas Gamley and Ken Jones wrote the music. The film is referenced in The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (1962) and Pinkeltje (1978). The film is also featured in That's Dancing! (1985) The filming locations for the movie were in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA and London, England.

The Herdsman (1982)

The Herdsman is a 1982 Chinese film about the life of a herdsman in western China from 1950s through the Cultural Revolution, and his reunion with his father from America. It was produced by the Shanghai Film Studio and directed by Xie Jin, starring Zhu Shimao. It is based on a novel by Zhang Xianliang.

Dog Gone Love (2004)

Rebecca (Lindsay Sloane) is a veterinary assistant who loves dogs but does not have good luck with men. Steven (Alexander Chaplin), meanwhile, is both a dog lover and an aspiring author. Unfortunately, his current novel is not going anywhere. One day, the two have a chance encounter, during which Rebecca makes the assumption that Steven is gay. Although Steven has opportunities to correct this, he decides to use the mistake to get closer to her, and possibly glean material for his book.