Know Your Money (1940)

Secret Service agents track down counterfeiters.

Invasion of the Pod People (2007)

Invasion of the Pod People (released in some countries as Invasion: The Beginning) is a 2007 science-fiction film produced by The Asylum. Like several other films by The Asylum, Invasion of the Pod People is a mockbuster whose release coincided with the premiere of The Invasion, although the plot of Pod People borrowed heavily from the 1956 film Invasion of the Body Snatchers, of which The Invasion is a reworking.

The Secret of Life on Earth (1993)

Breathtaking in its scope, "The Secret Of Life On Earth" celebrates life from its origins four billion years ago. Brilliant use of micro, macro, and time-lapse photography, coupled with a remarkable music score, reinforces the film's message: the beauty, fragility and interdependence of all forms of life, and our crucial role in their survival.

So You Think You Need Glasses (1942)

Joe McDoakes (George O'Hanlon) goes to an eye doctor.

Rumpelstiltskin (1955)

Rumpelstiltskin (German: Rumpelstilzchen) is a 1955 fantasy film directed by Herbert B. Fredersdorf. It stars Werner Krüger as the title character. The film was released in the United States by K. Gordon Murray.

Along Comes The Tiger (1977)

A gang's plan to overthrow an emperor is thwarted by a young woman who has learned the seven steps of kung fu.

Arson Gang Busters (1938)

Arson Gang Busters is a 1938 American action film directed by Joseph Kane and written by Alex Gottlieb, Norman Burnstine and Joseph Hoffman. The film stars Robert Livingston, Rosalind Keith, Jackie Moran, Warren Hymer, Jack La Rue and Clay Clement. The film was released on March 28, 1938, by Republic Pictures.

My Vietnam Your Iraq (2011)

Children of Vietnam War veterans serve in Iraq.

The Wife Takes a Flyer (1942)

The Wife Takes a Flyer (UK title: A Yank in Dutch) is a 1942 romantic comedy film made by Columbia Pictures, directed by Richard Wallace, and starring by Joan Bennett and Franchot Tone. The screenplay was written by Jay Dratler, Gina Kaus and Harry Segall. The music score is by Werner R. Heymann.

Make Believe (2011)

Six young magicians from the U.S., South Africa and Japan compete at the World Magic Seminar in Las Vegas for the title of Teen World Champion.

Pink Saris (2010)

The leader of the Pink Gang brings her own brand of justice to the streets of Uttar Pradesh.

One by Two (2014)

One By Two is a 2014 Hindi romantic comedy directed by Devika Bhagat. It released on 31 January 2014 at multiplexes, showing on approximately 500 screens in India. This is the story of Amit and Samara who meet each other while living in Mumbai The music of the film has been composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy. The film was panned by critics.

Julie Darling (1983)

A teenager (Isabelle Mejias) sees a delivery man kill her mother, then tries to kill her father's (Anthony Franciosa) second wife (Sybil Danning).

Day of the Ax (2007)

Grisly ax murders coincide with the escape of a mental patient.

The Righteous and the Wicked (2010)

Hobbs, a notorious wanted bandit, gets caught up in a violently competitive hunt for stolen cash when he finds out outlaws have robbed the local bank. While trying to get back what’s his, he must saddle up to stop these outlaws, leaving whoever stands in his way dead!

Feeders (1996)

Feeders is a 1996 low-budget indie horror film written and directed by the Polonia Brothers. The movie was later followed up with the 1998 Feeders II; Slay Bells, which received a negative review from Something Awful, calling it one of "Film's Best Worst Movies".

Feeders 2: Slay Bells (1998)

Santa Claus must save the world when aliens invade during Christmas.

Thanks (2011)

Thanks is a 2011 American comedy film directed by Martin Bergman. The film premiered at the 2011 Palm Springs International Film Festival.

Canyon City (1943)

Canyon City is a 1943 American western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and starring Don 'Red' Barry, Wally Vernon and Helen Talbot.

Interplanetary (2009)

Nine men and women living and working on Mars are assaulted by a murderous band of strangers and a seemingly unstoppable alien creature.

Scarred (2004)

A man encounters a stranger who claims to have information about his missing daughter.

A Horrible Way To Die (2010)

A Horrible Way to Die is a 2010 American horror film written by Simon Barrett, directed by Adam Wingard, and produced by Travis Stevens, Simon Barrett, and Kim Sherman. The film follows the journey of an escaped serial killer as he chases down his ex-girlfriend. It had its world premiere at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival Vanguard program where it was picked up for distribution by Anchor Bay Entertainment. It also played at Fantastic Fest where it received three major awards: Best Screenplay for Simon Barrett, Best Actor for AJ Bowen and Best Actress for Amy Seimetz.

Captive Beauty (2011)

CAPTIVE BEAUTY is a feature documentary about four female inmates and a surreal beauty pageant inside Medellín, Colombia’s all female prison. It’s an intimate tale of the women’s crimes, their childhoods, and a unique search for redemption.

Sarah Prefers to Run (2013)

Sarah Prefers to Run (French: Sarah préfère la course) is a 2013 Canadian drama film written and directed by Chloé Robichaud. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. It won the Women in Film & Television Vancouver Artistic Merit Award at the 2013 Vancouver International Film Festival.

The 6th Extinction (2012)

Four strangers band together in a desperate attempt to survive in a world overrun with bloodthirsty vampires.

Wholly Communion (1965)

Wholly Communion is a short documentary film made in 1965 by British filmmaker Peter Whitehead. It was filmed at the Royal Albert Hall, London, and documents a poetry event held on 11 June 1965 called the International Poetry Incarnation. It features poetry readings by Beat poets from the UK and U.S., including Allen Ginsberg, Michael Horovitz, Adrian Mitchell and Austrian poet Ernst Jandl.

I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse (1973)

I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse is a 1973 French surreal drama film directed by Fernando Arrabal. The movie first released on November 22, 1973 in France and stars George Shannon as an epileptic boy who, falsely suspected of murdering his mother, flees to the desert where he meets a hermit and brings him back to the city where the hermit becomes a circus performer.

The Tree of Guernica (1975)

The people of a town deal with the Spanish Civil War.

De Prof (2006)

Bona and Daniel are blood brothers.

Girl o' My Dreams (1934)

Girl o' My Dreams (a.k.a. Love Race) is a 1934 American college comedy film directed by Ray McCarey.

Colorado Pioneers (1945)

Colorado Pioneers is a 1945 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, Robert Blake, Alice Fleming, Roy Barcroft, Bud Geary and Billy Cummings. The film was released on November 14, 1945, by Republic Pictures.

Antoine (2009)

Antoine is an 82-minutes 2008 Canadian documentary film directed by Laura Bari. The film features a 5-year old blind boy named Antoine Houang, living in Montreal, Quebec. It tells the real and imaginary life of Antoine, a boy detective who runs, drives, makes decisions, hosts radio shows and adores simultaneous telephone conversations. Over the course of two years, he uses a mini-boom microphone to discover and capture the sounds surrounding him. In this manner he also co-created the sound track of this film.

Broke (2012)

Musician Will Gray records and releases his debut album, as other artists and executives search for ways to thrive.

Tomie: Another Face (1999)

Tomie: Another Face is a 1999 Japanese horror film directed by Toshirō Inomata. It is based on a manga of the same name by Junji Ito. The film was originally a TV series consisting of three V-cinema episodes, later spliced into a feature film.

The Santa Incident (2010)

Santa (James Cosmo) becomes stranded in a small town when his sleigh is mistaken for a UFO. With help from two local children, he starts preparing for Christmas without the resources of his North Pole workshop.

Backwards (2012)

Failing to make the Olympic rowing team, a young woman (Sarah Megan Thomas) moves back in with her widowed mother and takes a job as a crew coach at her former high school.

Killing Car (1993)

An inscrutable Asian beauty who boosts a vintage Buick promptly embarks on a homicidal rampage, shooting people at random. Or could there be a connection between the victims of her killing spree?

Lake of the Dead (1958)

Lake of the Dead (In Norwegian; De dødes tjern, also known as Lake of the damned) is a 1958 Norwegian horror film directed by Kåre Bergstrøm. The film stars Henki Kolstad, Henny Moan and Georg Richter.

I Wish I Knew (2010)

I Wish I Knew is a 2010 Chinese documentary film directed by Jia Zhangke. It was screened as part of the Un Certain Regard section of the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.

Pick-up (1933)

Pick-Up is a 1933 American Pre-Code crime film directed by Marion Gering and starring Sylvia Sidney and George Raft.

Messiah Of Evil (1973)

Messiah of Evil (later also shown under the title Dead People) is a 1973 American horror film co-written, co-produced, and co-directed by Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz, the husband and wife team behind the film version of Howard the Duck as well as the screenplays for American Graffiti and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.

The Summer of Massacre (2011)

The Summer of Massacre is 2011 anthology horror film written and directed by Joe Castro. It is listed in Guinness World Records as the slasher film with the largest bodycount, at 155.

Nine Men (1943)

Nine Men is a 1943 British war film, set in the North African Campaign during the Second World War.

Horror (2003)

Horror is a 2002 American horror film written and directed by Dante Tomaselli. The movie stars Danny Lopes as the leader of a gang of drug addicts that escapes after making a bloody escape from a drug rehabilitation hospital, only to encounter demonic entities.

Bad Day to Go Fishing (2009)

Bad Day to Go Fishing (original title, Mal día Para Pescar) is a Spanish-Uruguayan film directed by Álvaro Brechner and released in 2009. The film stars Gary Piquer, Jouko Ahola, Antonella Costa and Cesar Troncoso. It was screened as part of the official selection of the Critics Week at 2009 Cannes Film Festival. The screenplay was written by Álvaro Brechner in collaboration with Gary Piquer, and was adapted from a short story by the Uruguayan writer Juan Carlos Onetti. The film tells the story of a strongman and his crafty manager, who tour small South American towns staging wrestling matches. Arriving in Santa Maria, they are met with uncommon enthusiasm by the locals, snowballing into a major challenge to their livelihood and their friendship.

Zero Man vs. The Half-Virgin (2011)

Sakuragi wakes up from a nap and realizes that, when he becomes sexually aroused, he can see how many sex partners a person has had. His number remains as zero, and he decides that a woman who has only had partial sex is the one for him.

Mozzarella Stories (2011)

Mozzarella Stories is a 2011 Italian neo noir-comedy film written and directed by Edoardo De Angelis. It was entered into the main competition at the 38th São Paulo International Film Festival.

The 5th Quarter (2011)

The 5th Quarter is a 2010 American film written, directed and produced by Rick Bieber based on actual events.

Pound of Flesh (2010)

In this sexy suspense thriller, Shakespearean enthusiast Professor Noah Melville (Malcolm McDowell,) runs an escort service at Barden College between rich benefactors (Timothy Buttoms) and intelligent college girls who need funding for their studies. While Melville believes that what he is doing is only helping both parties and human nature, his idyllic life crushes down when a young girl is found dead near the campus, and an unrelenting moralistic detectives (Angus Macfadyen) suspects him of being involved in the unsolved crime.

The Hooping Life (2014)

The Hooping Life is a 2014 documentary film directed by Amy Goldstein. The film had its world premiere in April 2010 at the Sarasota Film Festival, and focuses on the history of hooping.

Another Planet (1999)

A young woman of African heritage, Cassandra Jones (Sandy Daley) grows restless at home in Toronto with her criminally inclined brother, Patrick (Kevin White), and her lottery-playing mother, Mary (Marcia Brown), and departs to work on a farm in Quebec. Attempting to adjust to her rural surroundings, Cassandra becomes intrigued by her new coworker, Abdoulaye (Tiemoko Simaga), a man who has relocated from Mali, and struggles to deal with cultures different from her familiar urban environment.

Paranormal Occult: Magick, Angels and Demons (2013)

An investigation delves into the occult's connection with demonic possession and satanic worship through a deeper reality that extends beyond the physical sciences.

All Dolled Up: A New York Dolls Story (2005)

A documentary follows the tour of the band New York Dolls.

Roadside Picnic (2010)

Two stranded men in rural New Jersey are desperate to get home at any cost.

Dewitt & Maria (2010)

While Dewitt tries to create a computer program to read Maria's mind, their parents try to get them together to fix their social issues.

Ko-Ko's Conquest (1929)

Ko-ko the clown sets off to rescue a blonde.

Jim in Bold (2003)

Jim in Bold is a documentary about Jim Wheeler, a gay high school student in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, who committed suicide in 1997 because of constant harassment at school. The film was created by the Equality Forum and directed by Glenn Holsten. The original music was composed by Michael Aharon.

Men of Action (1935)

A man (Frankie Darro) must prevent saboteurs from destroying a dam.

Secvente (1982)

Members of a Romanian film crew work on two projects.

High Hat (1937)

High Hat is a 1937 American film directed by Clifford Sanforth.

Si volvieras a mi (1954)

A woman tricks her lover 's daughter so that she kills her own mother, but the man discovers the plan.

Vampire Assassin (2005)

Vampire Assassin is a 2005 direct-to-DVD film directed, written by, and starring martial artist Ron Hall.

Anne Perry: Interiors (2009)

A murder that happened when she was 15 greatly impacted the author of crime fiction.

Life Is Peachy (2010)

Ashamed, also known under the international title Life Is Peachy, is a South Korean queer film written and directed by Kim Soo-hyeon. This is Kim's second feature film after 2004's So Cute. Ashamed was released in theaters on December 8, 2011, but had already been making the rounds on the festival circuit. The film had its world premiere in the New Currents section at the 15th Busan International Film Festival and screened in the Panorama section at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival.

Continental (2013)

Continental is a film directed by Malcolm Ingram, which premiered at SXSW festival on March 10, 2013. The film is a documentary about the history of the Continental Baths, a historic gay bathhouse in New York City. It is also, notably, Ingram's first film since 1999's Tail Lights Fade not to have Kevin Smith on board as a co-producer. The film was funded with help from Kickstarter Prominent figures appearing in the film, either in archival footage or in new interviews, include Jaye P. Morgan, Holly Woodlawn, Michael Musto, Frankie Knuckles, Bette Midler and Sarah Dash.

Number, Please? (1920)

While at an amusement park, trying vainly to forget the girl he has lost, a young man (Lloyd) sees the girl (Mildred Davis) with her new boyfriend (Roy Brooks). When her dog gets loose in the park, both suitors have to help her catch it. The girl's uncle, a balloonist, gives her a pass for two in his balloon, provided that her mother approves. She then offers to take along the first of her admirers who is able to get her mother's consent. The girl's new boyfriend races to her house to get the mother's permission, while the young man tries to telephone her. The young man faces crowded phone booths, gossiping operators, a crying baby and other obstacles in his effort to reach the mother first. Racing back to the girl, the two suitors bump into one another and a pickpocket who has just robbed the girl of her purse. The boy is mistaken for the pickpocket and must elude various policemen on his way back to meet the girl.

All Dark Places (2011)

The son of a troubled couple (Josh Burrow, Stephanie Fieger) talks to a spooky clown that appears in his closet.

Emergency Squad (1940)

Emergency Squad is a 1940 American adventure film directed by Edward Dmytryk.

Beirut: The Last Home Movie (1987)

Beirut: The Last Home Movie is a 1987 documentary film directed by Jennifer Fox. It follows the life of Gaby Bustros and her family, who live in a 200-year-old mansion in Beirut during the Lebanese Civil War. The Bustros family, one of the noble families of Beirut, remain in their ancestral home despite the endless war that surrounds them.

Turn Off the Moon (1937)

Turn Off the Moon is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Lewis Seiler and written by Mildred Harrington, Marguerite Roberts, Paul Girard Smith and Harlan Ware. The film stars Charlie Ruggles, Eleanore Whitney, Johnny Downs, Kenny Baker, Phil Harris and Ben Blue. The film was released on May 14, 1937, by Paramount Pictures.

Habeas Corpus (1928)

Habeas Corpus is a 1928 short comedy silent film starring Laurel and Hardy as grave-robbers hired by a mad scientist. It was shot in July 1928 and released by M-G-M on December 1. Although technically a silent film—having intertitles and no synchronized dialogue—it was the inaugural Roach film released with a synchronized music and sounds effects track for theatres wired for sound. The Victor sound discs were long thought lost until a lone set surfaced in the 1990s and was reunited with the film elements.

The Love Trap (1929)

The Love Trap is a 1929 American comedy film directed by William Wyler and starring Laura La Plante, Neil Hamilton and Robert Ellis. It was made as a part-sound film, with a soundtrack for the last few scenes.

Pão de Açúcar (1964)

An American actress (Rhonda Fleming) marries an Argentine coffee grower (Rossano Brazzi), but his frequent absences and strict adherence to native traditions soon cause a rift in their marriage.

Cool Air (2006)

Struggling screenwriter Charlie Baxter sets out to write his long-blocked "great American screenplay" when he suffers a heart attack and his mysterious upstairs neighbor Doctor Shockner comes to his rescue. The doctor persuades Baxter to stay until he recovers fully, and introduces him to a nightmarish world of insane experiments and murder. Baxter knows something must be done to stop the evil that resides in the room at the top of the stairs.

Varg Veum: Woman in the Fridge (2008)

A private investigator (Trond Espen Seim) gets mixed-up in the case of a missing, headless body.

Corroboree (2007)

A young actor (Conor O'Hanlon) travels to a remote estate to re-enact the life of a theater director (Ian Scott).

The One (2011)

With his wedding on the horizon, a man (Jon Prescott) begins to question his sexual orientation after a night of carousing with an old college friend (Ian Novick) leads to sex.

Stress Position (2013)

A psychological experiment between two friends goes horribly awry.

Only God Can Judge Me (2005)

David Marshall stands accused of his cousin's murder. As he awaits the jury's deliberation, memories of his past flash before his eyes. He risks losing everything forever. In this, his darkest hour, only a strong faith in God can bring him salvation.

Half-Dragon Sanchez (2010)

An emotionally stifled man's daily life becomes at odds with his fantasized alter ego until he meets an erratic woman who forces his two worlds together.

No Room To Die (1969)

Desperately sought after and never before released worldwide on blu-ray Rarovideo is proud to be releasing the action packed film, Hanging for Django.

That's It (2009)

Apenas o Fim is a 2008 Brazilian comedy-romance film directed by Matheus Souza, his directorial debut, and starring Gregório Duvivier, Érika Mader, Nathalia Dill and Marcelo Adnet. The film is the result of a project by students of the film school of PUC-Rio, and it was all filmed at the university, with the support of the Department of Social Communication.

The Caribbean Mystery (1945)

The Caribbean Mystery is a 1945 film directed by Robert D. Webb. It stars James Dunn and Sheila Ryan.

Turtle Hill, Brooklyn (2013)

TURTLE HILL, BROOKLYN is a funny, sincere, slice of life about a couple just trying to figure it out.

Come as You Are (2011)

Come as You Are, also known as Hasta la Vista, is a Belgian road comedy-drama film released in 2011 featuring Gilles De Schryver, Robrecht Vanden Thoren, Tom Audenaert and Isabelle de Hertogh. The film is directed by Geoffrey Enthoven, written by Pierre De Clercq and based upon a real-life experience.

Shadow Of Terror (1945)

Shadow of Terror is a 1945 American thriller film directed by Lew Landers and written by Arthur St. Claire. The film stars Richard Fraser, Grace Albertson, Cy Kendall, Emmett Lynn, Kenneth MacDonald and Eddie Acuff. The film was released on October 5, 1945, by Producers Releasing Corporation.

Split Ends (2009)

A hairdresser faces off with a corrupt developer.

The 5-Man Army (1969)

The Five Man Army is a 1969 Italian Zapata Western film taking place during the Mexican Revolution.

Chess Fever (1925)

Chess Fever is a 1925 Soviet silent comedy film directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin and Nikolai Shpikovsky. Chess Fever is a comedy about the Moscow 1925 chess tournament, made by Pudovkin during the pause in the filming of Mechanics of the Brain. The film combines acted parts with actual footage from the tournament.

Desmond & the Swamp Barbarian Trap (2006)

Desmond & the Swamp Barbarian Trap (Swedish: Desmond & träskpatraskfällan) is a Swedish stop motion-animated feature film that premiered on 19 November 2006.

When Knights Were Bold (1936)

When Knights Were Bold is a 1936 British musical comedy film directed by Jack Raymond and starring Jack Buchanan, Fay Wray and Garry Marsh. Songs include "Let's Put the People To Work" sung by Jack Buchanan, "Onward We Go" sung by Buchanan & soldiers' chorus, and "I'm Still Dreaming" sung by Buchanan.

Comet Over Broadway (1938)

Comet over Broadway (1938) is an American film starring Kay Francis and released by Warner Brothers. John Farrow stepped in as director when Busby Berkeley became ill, but Farrow was uncredited on the film.

Caught in the Headlights (2005)

Caught in the Headlights is an action thriller film released in 2005. The film stars Erika Eleniak, Kim Coates, Brigitta Dau, Stacy Keach, and Erin Gray.

The Tempest (1960)

A dethroned duke and his daughter become the rulers of an enchanted island after being cast adrift at sea.

Girlfriends (2009)

Girlfriends is a 2009 South Korean romantic comedy film starring Kang Hye-jung, Han Chae-young, Huh E-jae and Bae Soo-bin.

Perla w koronie (1972)

Pearl in the Crown (Polish: Perła w koronie) is a 1972 Polish drama film directed by Kazimierz Kutz. It was entered into the 1972 Cannes Film Festival. The film was also selected as the Polish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 45th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

The P.A.C.K. (1997)

An extraterrestrial robot poses a threat to the human race.

God's Ears (2008)

God's Ears is a 2008 film from Grizzly Peak Films. The story is about an autistic boxer (Michael Worth) who falls in love with a dancer (Margot Farley). The two share an uncommon bond, which forces them to break their personal walls or lose each other and themselves in the process. The film was written and stars Michael Worth. It was also his first directorial effort of a feature film. The film stars veteran John Saxon, Tim Thomerson, Mitzi Kapture and Karen Kim. The film introduces Worth's real life grandmother Lois Stewart in her first acting role. Worth is a Hollywood actor who has followed the paths of John Cassavetes and Clint Eastwood in creating his own films from top to bottom alongside his regular acting career. Like Cassavetes, Worth self-finances, produces, directs and sometimes edits projects that he believes in.

Black Nation (2008)

A look at what it means to be a Black Man in America.

The West Side Kid (1943)

The West Side Kid is a 1943 American crime film directed by George Sherman and written by Albert Beich and Anthony Coldeway. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Henry Hull, Dale Evans, Chick Chandler, Matt McHugh and Nana Bryant. The film was released on August 23, 1943, by Republic Pictures.