Sword of the Assassin (2012)

Blood Letter, also released as Sword of the Assassin, is a 2012 Vietnamese martial arts action fantasy directed by Victor Vu, produced by Phuong Nam Films and Saiga Films, in association with BHD. One of the most expensive Vietnamese films ever made, Blood Letter is considered the first film of its kind, Kiem Hiep in Vietnam. It was released theatrically in Vietnam on January 20, 2012 by Megastar Media. The film was going to be the official submission for Vietnam to the 86th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film. However, on 19 September 2013, the National Cinema Department announced that the film did not meet the AMPAS criteria for distribution.

Beginnings (1980)

A woman regains her sight and realizes her life is ruined.

Melvin (2009)

Melvin seeks revenge on other students for pulling a horrible prank on him.

Licks (2013)

After serving two years in prison, D returns to his neighborhood in Oakland and spends his first days there deciding what direction he wants his life to take.

No Kidding! Me 2!! (2009)

Filmmaker Joe Pantoliano examines the stigma of mental illness.

Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together (2011)

Jamie realizes she is in love with her best friend as she gets ready to move.

Private Romeo (2011)

Private Romeo is an adaptation of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet by Alan Brown made in 2011. The film is a reenactment of the play exclusively spoken in an all-male high school military academy called McKinley Military Academy. Amidst this recitation is a gay love blossoming between the two cadets, Sam Singleton / Romeo played by Seth Numrich and Glenn Mangan / Juliet played by Matt Doyle. The film was Brown's take on Don't ask, don't tell, the official United States policy on gays serving in the military from December 21, 1993, to September 20, 2011 (the law was repealed after the production of the film). The scenes of the cadet school and the lessons of the play "Romeo and Juliet" are filmed in desaturated colors, gray, khaki, and pale, whereas the scenes depicting the actual Shakespearean scenes are shown in saturated colors. The film project was previously known as "McKinley" and as "The Shakespeare Project". Brown was inspired to write the script after seeing Joe Calarco's play Shakespeare's R&J in 2008 wherein four senior students in blazers, discover Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and become intrigued by it while reciting excerpts, and act out key scenes from the play intermingled with their own personal realities. All four play various roles in a minimalist stage setting.

Dirty Hearts (2012)

Dirty Hearts (Portuguese: Corações Sujos) is a 2011 Brazilian drama-thriller film directed by Vicente Amorim, based on the book of the same name by Fernando Morais. The film was premiered at Festival do Rio on October 13, 2011, and was released in Brazil on August 17, 2012. The film is based upon the true story of Shindo Renmei, a terrorist organization composed of Japanese immigrants in Brazil, at the end of World War II.

Cut (2010)

Five friends stay in a cottage deep in the English woods and ignore the urban legends -- until they find themselves weaving through their own horror story.

The Spectre (2010)

DC Showcase: The Spectre is a 2010 short animated film, directed by Joaquim Dos Santos and written by Steve Niles, Gary Cole played Detective Jim Corrigan, whose suspects are brought to justice by his alter-ego the Spectre. The film, which was released on February 23, 2010 as a bonus feature on the Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths DVD, was the first of the DC Showcase series and was included on the compilation DVD DC Showcase Original Shorts Collection in an extended version.

Squatterpunk (2008)

Hapon, an 8-year-old would-be gangster, and his rag-tag band of minions prowl the slums of Manila.

Police Dog Dream (2010)

Kinako - The Story of an Apprentice Police Dog is a 2010 Japanese film based on a true story of a dog trainer. It was released in Japanese cinemas throughout Japan on 14 August 2010.

Black Nation (2008)

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

Molecules to the Max! (2009)

Tiny particles make a tour and explore common objects like a snowflake from a miniature perspective.

Boots of Destiny (1937)

The telltale traces of clay on a man's boots reveal him to be the notorious bandit the sheriff is seeking.

Kochegar (2010)

Maj. Skryabin, a shellshocked veteran of the Afghan-Soviet War, shovels coal into an incinerator all day. He writes a novel and ignores a former comrade that has become a hitman -- who disposes of corpses in the furnace.

Shut Up And Shoot! (2006)

A movie producer hatches a scheme to have an actor (Silvio Pollio) kill his fellow filmmakers.

Dead Bite (2011)

Hip hop group Gancore Club has found the perfect tropical island for their video shoot. Too bad it’s infested with zombies, monsters, and murderous locals.

Ocean Oasis (2000)

Filmmaker Soames Summerhays examines the ecology of Mexico's Sea of Corts and Baja California.

Malay Nights (1932)

The owner of a pearl bed falls in love with a bitter young woman.

Little Ghostly Adventures of Tofu Boy (2011)

Other yokias intimidate a yokai monster that is too timid and nonthreatening.

Snakehead Terror (2004)

Snakehead Terror is a 2004 science fiction-horror television film. It is one of two Sci Fi Channel films based on the snakehead fish incident in a Crofton, Maryland, pond. The other film is Frankenfish. Swarm of the Snakehead is an independently produced creature comedy based on the same Crofton incident, and the only one of the three actually filmed in Maryland. Based on real fish called snakeheads.

Detonator (2013)

Sully, the former front man of a punk band, chases an ex band mate through the recesses of Philadelphia.

I Was a Convict (1939)

I Was a Convict is a 1939 American crime film directed by Aubrey Scotto and written by Robert Hardy Andrews and Ben Markson. The film stars Barton MacLane, Beverly Roberts, Clarence Kolb, Janet Beecher, Horace McMahon and Ben Welden. The film was released on March 6, 1939, by Republic Pictures.

Moomins and the Comet Chase (2010)

Moomins and the Comet Chase is a 2010 3D stop motion animated fantasy adventure comedy family film compiled from the Comet in Moominland-based episodes of the 1977–1982 The Moomins TV series animated at Se-ma-for in Poland, restored and re-soundtracked with multiple voice actors replacing the single narrator. It is the second such Moomin film produced by Finnish children's film company Filmkompaniet, the first being Moomin and Midsummer Madness, and the first one converted to stereoscopic 3-D. A similar revision of the remainder of the series for high-definition television of all 78 episodes will follow and is currently in production. The same novel has been adapted into film at least twice before, with the 1978 Russian stop motion serial Mumi-troll and the 1992 Japanese traditional animation feature Comet in Moominland. International version of the film features the voices of known Swedish actors like Stellan Skarsgård, Peter Stormare, Alexander Skarsgård. Musician and Moomins fan Björk also wrote an original song for the film. The international debut was at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2010. In Finland, it arrived in movie theaters on 6 August 2010 and will later be broadcast on the MTV3 channel. The film will also be produced in dozens of other languages and will subsequently receive global distribution.

Herschell Gordon Lewis: The Godfather of Gore (2010)

John Waters, Joe Bob Briggs and Frank Henenlotter are among those interviewed in a career overview of exploitation-film titan Herschell Gordon Lewis.

Chekhov for Children (2010)

Phillip Lopate stages "Uncle Vanya," casting 5th-graders from public schools.

The Last Will And Testament Of Rosalind Leigh (2012)

The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh (also known as rus. "Zaveshanie") is a 2012 horror film directed by Rue Morgue founder Rodrigo Gudiño. It was released in Russia on 13 June 2013 as Завещание and was later released direct to DVD on 30 July 2013 through Image Entertainment.

Qué Despelote! La película (2010)

Qué Despelote! La película is a 2010 comedy film released on August 19, 2010 by NDE Studios. The film was directed by Eduardo Ortíz.

Chor Machaaye Shor (2002)

Chor Machaye Shor is a 2002 Bollywood action comedy film. The plot of this film is based on the 1999 Hollywood film Blue Streak and the 1979 Bollywood film Gol Maal.

The Rise and Fall of a White Collar Hooligan 2 (2013)

A man (Nick Nevern) in hiding must return stolen money to save his pregnant girlfriend (Rita Ramnani) from kidnappers.

The Visitor (2011)

Cibril seems to have a perfect life until his girlfriend's male cousin arrives. He is instantly drawn to the charming visitor, and restless feelings he has suppressed for years begin to bubble to the surface.

The Night Before The Night Before Christmas (2010)

The Night Before the Night Before Christmas is a 2010 Hallmark Channel Original Movie about Angela and Wayne Fox who are workaholic parents. It premiered on the Hallmark Channel on November 20, 2010.

Recién cazado (2009)

A wild night on the town leads a boozing womanizer (Jaime Camil) to unwittingly marry a strange woman (Gabriela Vergara).

Bachelor Party In The Bungalow Of The Damned (2008)

Terror strikes when a man (Gregg Aaron Greenberg) throws a wild party for his engaged friend.

Puissance de la parole (1988)

A young man makes a living selling all kinds of cheap articles in Santiago, Chile.

Séraphin: un homme et son péché (2002)

Séraphin: un homme et son péché (English title: Séraphin: Heart of Stone) is a Quebec film released in 2002. The script is based on a novel by Claude-Henri Grignon. The film won six Prix Jutra for Best Actor (Lebeau), Brst Actress (Vanasse), Cinematography, Art Direction, Musical Score and Sound. An earlier film, Un homme et son péché, based on the same novel, was released in 1950.

The Pirate Tapes (2011)

The Pirate Tapes is a documentary filmed by Somali-Canadian Mohamed Ashareh in Somalia and edited and produced by Palmira PDC in Canada. The film follows Ashareh, as he infiltrates a Somali pirate operation, giving a first person view of how they recruit and organize. The documentary premiered at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in 2011. It was picked up for distribution by HBO Documentary Films.

Blue Eyes (2010)

Blue Eyes (Portuguese: Olhos Azuis) is a 2009 Brazilian drama film directed by José Joffily.

Fear No More (1962)

Fear No More is a 1961 American thriller film directed by Bernard Wiesen and starring Mala Powers, Jacques Bergerac and Anna Lee Carroll. It was based on a 1946 novel of the same name by Leslie Edgley.

Jab Jab Phool Khile (1965)

When Rita goes to Kashmir to relax, she meets and falls in love with Raja, but her father disapproves of their relationship, and wants Rita to marry a man he has chosen for her.

Heroes Die Young (1960)

Based on the true story of the female Romanian resistance fighter who helped Allied forces destroy a Nazi oil field.

Catching Out (2003)

Filmmaker Sarah George follows hobos as they hop freight trains in the Northwest.

The Clamdigger's Daughter (1974)

In a New England seacoast town, a young woman enters into a forbidden romance with the son of her father's most-hated rival.

Haunting Of Winchester House (2009)

Haunting of Winchester House is a 2009 supernatural horror film produced by The Asylum.

Maine Pyar Kiya (1989)

Maine Pyar Kiya, also known as MPK, is a 1989 Indian musical romance film, directed by Sooraj R. Barjatya and written by Barjatya with S. M. Ahale. Starring Salman Khan and Bhagyashree in the lead roles, it was produced by Rajshri Productions. It was Barjatya's directorial debut, Khan's first leading role. It became an All Time Blockbuster in the Hindi film industry.

Children in the Universe (1975)

Teens in the Universe is a Soviet 1974 science fiction film directed by Richard Viktorov based on a script by Isai Kuznetsov and Avenir Zak about teens in the universe. Preceded by Moscow-Cassiopeia.

Socha Na tha (2005)

Socha Na Tha is an Indian Hindi language romance film, released on 4 March 2005. It was the debut of Abhay Deol and stars Ayesha Takia & Apoorva Jha. The film marks the directorial debut of Imtiaz Ali. Abhay Deol's uncle Dharmendra produced it. It was remade into Telugu as Premante Inte and Odia as Aama Bhitare Kichhi Achhi.

Burned (2006)

Zzyzx is a 2006 thriller set in the Mojave Desert and Las Vegas. The film was written by Art D'Alessandro, produced and directed by Richard Halpern, and stars Kenny Johnson, Robyn Cohen, Ryan Fox, and Kayo Zepeda.

From the Back of the Room (2011)

Filmmaker Amy Oden chronicles women's contributions to DIY punk music.

Khap (2011)

Khap is a 2011 Hindi film starring Yuvika Chaudhary, Om Puri, Govind Namdeo, Manoj Pahwa, Mohnish Bahl. Directed by Ajai Sinha, the film is a socio-political drama based on the Manoj-Babli honour killing case and Khap Panchayats in villages of Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, which order honour killing to prevent marriages within the same gotra.

The Sword Identity (2012)

The Sword Identity is a 2011 Chinese film directed by Xu Haofeng.

Totò le mokò (1949)

Totò Le Mokò is a 1949 Italian comedy film. The title alludes to the French film Pépé le Moko.

The Monster (1994)

A vicious serial killer is on the loose, and landscape gardener, window salesman and Italian everyman Loris (Roberto Benigni) is the prime suspect. Undercover policewoman Jessica (Nicoletta Braschi) is assigned by her eccentric department superior, Taccone (Michel Blanc), to follow Loris and provide evidence for his arrest, pitting their wits (or lack thereof) against each other.

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.

Hi, Neighbor (1942)

Hi, Neighbor is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Charles Lamont and written by Dorrell McGowan and Stuart E. McGowan. The film stars Jean Parker, John Archer, Janet Beecher, Marilyn Hare, Bill Shirley and Pauline Drake. The film was released on July 27, 1942, by Republic Pictures.

The Project (2017)

A paramilitary group of mercenaries known as the Puntland Maritime Police Force endeavors to keep the seaways safe from Somali pirates.

Lottery Lover (1935)

Lottery Lover is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Wilhelm Thiele and written by Franz Schulz and Billy Wilder. The film stars Lew Ayres, Pat Paterson, Peggy Fears, Sterling Holloway, Walter Woolf King and Alan Dinehart. The film was released on January 4, 1935, by Fox Film Corporation.

The Magician (2005)

The Magician is an Australian film released in 2005, written and directed by Scott Ryan. It is a mockumentary following the escapades of a Melbourne underworld hitman. The film was originally shot over 10 days with a budget of A$3,000. Ryan edited a half-hour version of the film for screening at the St. Kilda Film Festival, where it was seen by stuntman and film producer Nash Edgerton (brother of Joel Edgerton), who took the project under his wing. After receiving A$330,000 in government grants, the film was re-released in 2005.

Living on One Dollar (2013)

Living on One Dollar is a documentary film directed, produced and edited by Chris Temple, Zach Ingrasci, Sean Leonard, and Ryan Christofferson.

The Third Jihad (2008)

The Third Jihad: Radical Islam's Vision For America is a 2008 documentary film directed by Wayne Kopping of South Africa and Erik Werth, and produced by Erik Werth and Raphael Shore, a Canadian-Israeli, with financing from the Clarion Fund. Film dwells on idea of alleged threat of radical Islam in the United States, and centers around a Muslim Brotherhood document, accepted as evidence in the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development terror financing trial. The filmmakers contend, based on that document, that radical Islamists are engaging in a "multifaceted strategy to overcome the western world," waging a "cultural jihad" to "infiltrate and undermine our society from within". The film is narrated by Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser, a controversial Muslim American.

I Do (2010)

I Do is a 2010 Filipino romantic comedy film produced and released by Star Cinema. The film was released in the Philippines on September 29, 2010.

Border War: The Battle Over Illegal Immigration (2006)

Border War: The Battle Over Illegal Immigration is a 2006 documentary film, written, produced and directed by Kevin Knoblock. The film tells the stories of five people whose lives have been affected by illegal immigration along the U.S.-Mexico border. They are J.D. Hayworth, a Republican congressman from Arizona, Teri March, widow of Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy David March, who was murdered by an illegal immigrant in 2002, U.S. Border Patrol agent Jose Maheda, Border Angels founder and activist for undocumented migrants Enrique Morones, and Lupe Moreno, a female Hispanic member of the Minuteman Project. The documentary film was released theatrically on approximately 20 screens in the United States in September and October 2006. The DVD is distributed by Genius Products, a video and DVD distributor majority owned by The Weinstein Company.

Old Hutch (1936)

Old Hutch is a 1936 American romantic comedy film directed by J. Walter Ruben and starring Wallace Beery as a man who finds $100,000 in the depths of the Depression.

Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? (2013)

In this zany Taiwanese coming-out rom-com, a man’s questioning of his cookie-cutter marriage & family leads him to revisit his gay past in search of true love.

My Learned Friend (1943)

Two lawyers are always one step behind a murderer, until they stop his attempt to blow up the House of Lords.

Marco Polo: Return To Xanadu (2001)

Young Marco Polo embarks on an adventure through space and time to save a beautiful princess in the kingdom of Xanadu.

The Mad Executioners (1963)

Scotland Yard searches for a link between a series of bizarre beheadings and mysterious sex crimes plaguing London.

Dead Life (2005)

A virus kills the living and brings the dead back to life.

Zina (1986)

Zina (1985) is an award-winning film by director Ken McMullen. It tells a story of a twentieth century Antigone, Zinaida Volkova (Domiziana Giordano), daughter of Leon Trotsky. In 1930s Berlin, Zina is being treated by the Adlerian psychotherapist Professor Arthur Kronfeld (Ian McKellen). During this psychoanalysis, which includes some hypnosis, she recalls incidents both from her own life and that of her father, as a leader of the Russian Revolution, as the holder of state power and later in exile. Against the background of the progressive deterioration of the situation in Europe, threatened by the rise of fascism and the spectre of the Second World War, Zina’s identification with Antigone becomes more and more credible. What were her hallucinations begin to take objective form on the streets. The dynamics of Greek tragedy, always waiting in the wings, step forward to take control. Zina has won many awards and is regarded by many as one of the great political motion pictures.

The Secret of Loch Ness (2008)

A boy runs away to Scotland after spotting a photograph of a researcher who looks just like his late father.

Maid for Murder (1962)

Brothers Francis and Douglas Oberon, find themselves cut off from the family fortune by their late grandmother's will. Their distant cousin (once removed), maidservant Antoinette "Toni" Oberon, is the benefactor of the entire estate fortune and is arriving to view her new property. Facing being homeless, broke, and actually working for a living, the boys devise a plot to either marry Toni (and share the fortune), or kill her off and claim the estate for themselves.

Three on a Ticket (1947)

Private detective Michael Shayne becomes embroiled in a case involving bank loot hidden in a railroad storage locker.

Raw Herring (2013)

Once a national Dutch icon, the Dutch herring fleet has dwindled to two fishing vessels.

El Regalo (2008)

A professor burdened by loneliness decides to kill himself, until two old friends appear who invite him on a trip.

Law of the West (1932)

Law of the West is a 1932 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Robert N. Bradbury.

The Devil's Muse (2007)

A killer haunts an actress (Kristen Kerr) whose latest role is that of the subject of an infamous 1947 murder.

L'éternel retour (1943)

L'Éternel retour (English: The Eternal Return) is a French drama romance film from 1943, directed by Jean Delannoy, written by Jean Cocteau, starring Madeleine Sologne and Jean Marais. In United Kingdom, the film was also known under the alternative title Love Eternal.

Honeymoon (2006)

While her husband is away on business, a woman must find her runaway stepson on her own.

Cagliostro (1975)

Cagliostro is a 1975 Italian biographical-drama film directed by Daniele Pettinari. Loosely based on the real life events of Alessandro Cagliostro, the film has many historical inaccuracies, including the claim that Giuseppe Balsamo and Cagliostro were two different persons.

Bee People (2014)

Gregg McMahan and Tony Planakis share their stories of bees.

The Dirt Bike Kid (1985)

Available for the first time on DVD and Blu-ray, this film stars 14-year-old Jack (Peter Billingsley, A Christmas Story) whose primary resource to save his friend's hotdog stand is a motorbike that does everything except speak French.

Inn for Trouble (1960)

Inn for Trouble is a 1960 British comedy film - a movie spin-off of the 1950s sitcom The Larkins - starring Peggy Mount, David Kossoff and Leslie Phillips; the title makes silent allusion to the real Trouble House Inn in Gloucestershire near Tetbury. The Larkin family take over a run-down country public house, "The Earl of Osbourne", but their efforts to rejuvenate business are impeded by the long-standing tradition of free beer being distributed by the local Earl. The film is notable for the final credited appearance of Graham Moffatt in the role of Jumbo. He is best remembered as Albert, the fat boy in Gainsborough Studios famous Will Hay films of the late thirties. He left acting to become a pub landlord, dying of a heart attack in 1965 at the age of 45. (His final uncredited appearance was in "80,000 Suspects" in 1963.)

We Are Egypt (2012)

Filmmaker Lillie Paquette follows key opposition figures and democracy activists as they struggle to remove Egypt's Hosni Mubarak from power.

Fatty and Mabel Adrift (1916)

Fatty and Mabel Adrift is a 1916 Keystone short comedy film starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, Mabel Normand, and Al St. John.

Jake Speed (1986)

Jake Speed is a 1986 action/comedy film directed by Andrew Lane, produced by Lane, Wayne Crawford, and William Fay, written by Lane and Crawford, and starring Crawford in the title role.

Jungle Jim in the Forbidden Land (1952)

Jungle Jim in the Forbidden Land is a black and white 1952 Adventure film directed by Lew Landers and written by Samuel Newman. This was the eighth entry in Columbia's "Jungle Jim" series.

Yokel Boy (1942)

Yokel Boy is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Joseph Santley and written by Isabel Dawn. The film stars Albert Dekker, Joan Davis, Eddie Foy, Jr., Alan Mowbray, Roscoe Karns and Mikhail Rasumny. The film was released on March 13, 1942, by Republic Pictures.

The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar III: The Mystery of the Snake Crown (2008)

After Earth-worshippers from Crete steal the Snake Crown, three youths set out to find it and return it to the Knights Templar.

My Step-Dad's a Freakin' Vampire (2012)

Rusty figures out that his new stepfather is a vampire looking to raise some hell.

The Haunted School (2007)

The Haunted School is a 2007 Hong Kong horror film directed by Cash Chin and produced by Andrew Lau. It starred Chui Tien-you, Theresa Fu, Steven Cheung, Amanda Lee, Dennis Mak, Don Li, Kelly Fu, Macy Chan and Toby Leung in the lead roles.

The Defilers (1965)

Two thugs kidnap a girl and use her as a sex slave.

The Meal (1975)

A woman invites a group of her influential friends to a banquet, where sordid details of their lives are revealed.

His Excellency (1952)

His Excellency is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Robert Hamer and starring Eric Portman, Cecil Parker, Helen Cherry. It follows a blunt Yorkshireman and former trade union leader, who is sent to take over as Governor of a British-ruled island in the Mediterranean. The play was also filmed for Australian television in 1958.

Besotted (2001)

A sorceress (Holly Hardman) plays games with the lives and loves of residents of a New England fishing village.

Marathon (2002)

A New York woman (Sara Paul) boards subways and buses in an attempt to solve more than 77 crossword puzzles in 24 hours.

Manila Skies (2009)

A deranged hijacker struggles in modern Philippine society.

Rodney Cecil: Psycho Hero (2011)

A drug dealer (Jordy Dickens) becomes possessed by an evil spirit and embarks on a mission of vengeance.

The Nine Muses (2010)

Immigrants come to Alaska from 1960 onward.

Zaza (1923)

Gloria Swanson is all flounce and swagger as Zaza, a street gamine turned music hall star, strutting her stuff, tossing off quips and taunts with her irrepressible backside, which is sometimes adorned with a pert bow for emphasis.