Bastaard (2019)

April Fools Fright (2020)

Winterjagd (2017)

On a mission of vigilante justice, a young woman goes to extremes to seek reprisal against a suspected ex-Nazi, in the psychological thriller WINTER HUNT. Driving on a deserted highway through the German countryside, Lena (Carolyn Genzkow) arrives at the Rossberg's remote estate as nightfall descends. Feigning a car accident, she begs for help from the deeply apprehensive Maria (Elisabeth Degen), who reluctantly agrees to invite her in. But Lena's plea is a ruse to confront the aged patriarch Anselm Rossberg (Michael Degen), a former Auschwitz guard accused of war crimes. Lena's efforts to extract a confession at gunpoint result in a twisted cat-and-mouse game, as the three characters enter a standoff fraught with moral complexities and shocking revelations. Powerhouse performances and a taut script fuel this edge-of-your-seat drama about wartime guilt and culpability across generations.

The Surrogate (2020)

Jess Harris (Jasmine Batchelor, "The Good Fight"), a 29 year old web designer for a nonprofit in Brooklyn, is ecstatic to be the surrogate and egg-donor for her best friend Josh (Chris Perfetti, "Looking") and his husband Aaron (Sullivan Jones, Slave Play). Twelve weeks into the pregnancy, a prenatal test comes back with unexpected results that pose a moral dilemma. As they all consider the best course of action, the relationship between the three friends is put to the test.

Secrets of Blackmoor: The True History of Dungeons & Dragons (2019)

Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss By Passing Through the Gateway Chosen By the Holy Storsh (2018)

Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss is a 2018 American comedy film directed by Vivieno Caldinelli and written by Christopher Hewitson, Justin Jones and Clayton Hewitson. The film stars Kate Micucci, Sam Huntington, Dan Harmon, Mark McKinney, Rhea Seehorn, Dana Gould, Maria Bamford, Brian Posehn, Lilan Bowden, Jon Dore, Josh Brener, Mindy Sterling, J. Lee, Brian Girard, Michael St. Michaels and Taika Waititi. The film was released on March 6, 2020, by MarVista Entertainment.

The Social Ones (2020)

A love letter to our generation, this mockumentary comedy follows five social media celebrities preparing for a group cover shoot four weeks away. In the spirit of Christopher Guest, the film takes you inside the lives of the Influencer stars of the issue in the weeks leading up to the photo-shoot. All goes awry when one of them has a social-media induced breakdown that forces all to face the question of why we are all so consumed with social media. Are we humans or handles?

Choricha Mamla (2020)

A Fine Line (2018)

Orphea (2020)

Issac (2021)

Vores mand i Amerika (2020)

Planeta 5000 (2020)

Nanna Prakara (2019)

Nanna Prakara is a 2019 Indian Kannada language mystery thriller film written and directed by Vinay Balaji, making his debut. It is produced by Gururaj S under his banner G.V.K Combines and is co-produced by Kiran Talasila, Jagdeesh, Venkatesh, Govind. S and Krishnamurthy. The film starring Kishore, Priyamani and Mayuri Kyatari in the lead roles while Arjun Yogi, Niranjan Deshpande, Pramod Shetty and Girija Lokesh are in the ensemble supporting cast. The music for the film is scored by Arjun Ramu. The cinematography is by Manohar Joshi and editing is done by Satish Chandraiya.

Heidi (2019)

The Israeli Boys (2020)

Killer Raccoons 2: Dark Christmas in the Dark (2020)

On a snowy Christmas Eve, former mild-mannered college student Casey Smallwood is released from prison after serving 10 years for underage drinking. Eager to get out of town, he hops on the express train to Washington, D.C., but after the holiday express takes off into the winter wilderness, it’s hijacked by an angry gang of domestic terrorists and highly-intelligent, government-trained raccoons! Not one to back down from a raccoon fight, Casey joins forces with a porter on the train to fight the terrorists, help bring down a top secret, raccoon-controlled, military laser satellite and show those raccoons who’s in charge!

Viscera (2019)

Rescue Me: International (2020)

Radio Silence (2019)

To millions of people in Mexico, the incorruptible journalist and news anchor Carmen Aristegui is regarded as the trusted alternative voice to official government spin, fighting daily against deliberate disinformation spread through news sources, government corruption and the related drugs trade. Facing threats of violence in the wake of a prominent journalist’s vicious murder, Carmen and her colleagues continue in a shared fight for democracy and justice.

Stand Up (2008)

Stand Up is 2008 British film about stand up comedy, written and directed by Joseph Pierce. It featured Paul Putner and Daniel Rigby.

Nishchaya (1916)

Cracked Ice (1938)

Cracked Ice is a 1938 Merrie Melodies cartoon.

Aftermath (1927)

Aftermath or Burning Border (German: Brennende Grenze) is a 1927 German silent film directed by Erich Waschneck and starring Jenny Hasselqvist, Hubert von Meyerinck and Fritz Alberti. It is noted for its generally anti-Polish tone. It was made at the Terra Studios in Berlin in late 1926. The film's sets were designed by the art director Alfred Junge. The film is set along the disputed German-Polish borderland after the First World War where clashes between the two sides threaten to lead to bloodshed. The estate of a young widow is threatened when a local Polish commissioner leads his forces to occupy it.

Søsken til evig tid (2013)

Paradise Lost (2009)

Intervening politics shatter a couple's (Moris Cohen, Rotem Zussman) intimate encounter.

Freshmen (1999)

Four college students form a discussion group, become friends and face challenges of school and life.

Murder at the Savoy (1993)

Murder at the Savoy (Swedish: Polis, polis, potatismos) is a Swedish/German film from 1993, based on the book Murder at the Savoy.

Begging Naked (2007)

Filmmaker Karen Gehres documents the story of Elise Bainbridge Hill, who came to New York City as a teenage runaway, worked as a prostitute and stripper, and expressed herself through art.

Quest for the Mighty Sword (1990)

Quest for the Mighty Sword (also known as Ator 4 or Troll 3) is the fourth and final film in the Ator film series, although it is regarded as the third film by the series' creator, Joe D'Amato, who disowned the previous entry, Ator 3: Iron Warrior. Joe D'Amato was reportedly displeased with Brescia's approach to his character, and so re-took control of the franchise in 1988. In 1990, D'Amato released the final Ator film, Quest for the Mighty Sword, which featured the adventures of the Son of Ator. It was released in Europe and the United States under a variety of titles including: Ator III: The Hobgoblin (indicating D'Amato's personal disregard for the previous film), Ator 4: Quest for the Mighty Sword, and Hobgoblin. Here, Eric Allan Kramer plays the son of Ator (who has been killed at the start of this film); this is the only film in the series not to feature Miles O'Keeffe in the role. Fans of D'Amato often note that the "hobgoblin" from this film is a reused goblin suit from Troll 2.

Pata Nahi Rabb Kehdeyan Rangan Ch Raazi (2012)

Pata Nahi Rabb Kehdeyan Rangan Ch Raazi is a 2012 Punjabi film starring Neeru Bajwa, Tarun Khanna, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Amar Noorie in lead roles. It's directed by Ravinder Peepat and Produced by Harman and Jasmeet Singh Judge Films Production Pvt. Ltd. The film is released by Kapil Batra Films Production House.

My Run (2011)

My Run is a 2009 documentary film directed and produced by Tim VandeSteeg and produced by Mark Castaldo. The film chronicles Terry Hitchcock's journey of completing 75 marathons in 75 consecutive days to raise awareness for single parent families. It first screened at the Austin Film Festival on October 23, 2009.

Coming Out (1989)

Coming Out is a 1989 East German film directed by Heiner Carow and written by Wolfram Witt which deals with the lead character, a high school teacher, "coming out" and accepting himself as gay. It was one the last films made by DEFA, the East German state film studio, and the only one it made that dealt with issues around homosexuality. The film premiered at the Kino International in Berlin on 9 November 1989, the night that the Berlin Wall was opened. It won a number of awards including a Silver Bear and Teddy Award at 40th Berlin International Film Festival, and awards at the National Feature Film Festival of the GDR. The lead actors are Matthias Freihof, Dagmar Manzel, and Dirk Kummer. The film was shot on location in East Berlin and includes scenes shot with amateurs in some of the gay venues of the time.

The Hollywood Beach Murders (1992)

A mobster's birthday celebration aboard a luxury train turns deadly when wives of family members meet grisly fates.

Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum (2012)

Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum is a 2012 Telugu action drama film directed by Krish and jointly produced by Saibabu Jagarlamudi and Rajeev Reddy on First Frame Entertainment. It has received universal acclaim for combining the art form of Surabhi and an action flick based on illegal mining in Bellary. It features Rana Daggubati and Nayantara in the lead roles. Mani Sharma composed the music for the film.

Saturday Night (2010)

Saturday Night is a 2010 documentary directed by James Franco. The film examines the production process of the NBC late-night live television sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live. Shot over a period of six days from December 1–6, 2008, the film was originally a school assignment for Franco at New York University. The film premiered at the 2010 South by Southwest Film Festival on March 14, 2010, but was shelved for several years due to legal matters regarding its distributor and NBC. It was released on September 26, 2014 on Hulu.

The Big Wheel (1949)

The Big Wheel is a 1949 film starring Mickey Rooney and Thomas Mitchell.

The Glow (2002)

The Glow is a 2003 American television film film directed by Craig R. Baxley.

Cruisin' Down the River (1953)

Cruisin' Down the River is a 1953 Technicolor film directed by Richard Quine. It stars Dick Haymes and Audrey Totter. The story is about a New York nightclub singer who inherits an old riverboat on the Chattahoochee River between Georgia and Alabama. It features comedy, some drama and several musical performances.

Underground (2010)

After his parents die, a young man realizes how cruel life can be.

Lunch (2012)

Sid Caesar, Carl Reiner, Arthur Hiller, Monty Hall and other legends of TV comedy gather twice monthly at Factor's Famous Deli for an invitation-only luncheon.

Under the Bridge (1984)

A man under a bridge encourages an abused teen to kill his needy sister.

The Most Terrible Time in My Life (1994)

The Most Terrible Time in My Life is a 1994 film directed by Kaizo Hayashi. The film is the first in the series featuring the detective Mike Hama, which included two more films by Hayashi, a TV series, and a film made from one episode of that TV series.

Gleason (2002)

Gleason is a 2002 American-Canadian television film directed by Howard Deutch and starring Brad Garrett as Jackie Gleason.

Metropia (2009)

Metropia is a 2009 English-language Swedish-Danish-Norwegian adult animated mystery thriller drama science fiction film directed by Tarik Saleh. The screenplay was written by Fredrik Edin, Stig Larsson, and Tarik Saleh after a story by Tarik Saleh, Fredrik Edin and Martin Hultman. The film uses a technique where photographs have been altered and heavily stylized in a computer program, and then animated. The visual style is inspired by the works of Terry Gilliam, Roy Andersson and Yuriy Norshteyn. Metropia is Boulder Media Limited's first adult animated movie and production. It is a complex story of a misaligned man, though good intent, creating a nightmarish Dystopian existence. Metropia is taking place in a not-so-distant, terrifying Europe.

The Calling Game (2008)

A lonely woman's (Valerie Koch) prank phone call leads to an unexpected friendship with a grieving widow (Esther Schweins).

Another Kind (2013)

Several unprepared hikers go snowshoeing in the Catskills and suddenly realize that they have gotten lost.

Blond muß man sein auf Capri (1961)

A man and a woman, who are in love with each other, go on a holiday and have affairs with other people. When they return, they realize that they are perfect for each other and plan to tie the knot but one of the ex-lovers is back with a vengeance.

America's Deadliest Home Video (1993)

A man videotaping his road trip is kidnapped by bandits and forced to record their crime spree and murders.

Edgar (2009)

Since his wife's death, Edgar has had no purpose in life until he has a run-in with a store cop.

Miracle of the Heart: A Boys Town Story (1986)

Miracle of the Heart: A Boy's Town Story is a modern updating of the classic story of troubled youth rescued by the likes of the stern but kindly priest in a tale of the founding of the Omaha rehabilitation home for teens. Still going strong in its mission, Boys Town is inhabited by the likes of Father Michael T. O'Halloran (Art Carney), who helps kids like Andy Grainger (Casey Siemaszko) recognize their self-worth and work toward a different path than that of a petty criminal and juvenile delinquent. Carney is warm and wise in this heart-warming story that proves that investing in youth, building self-confidence, and instilling values in the young can make a difference in the lives of troubled teens. Newly remastered.

The Inheritor (1990)

A twin (Lisa McGuire) helps a police sergeant (John Rice) probe her sister's death, related to an old Indian curse.

Brain of Blood (1971)

By 1971, drive-ins across America were clamoring for a new BLOOD ISLAND movie. But with de Leon/Romero busy creating the 'machete maidens' genre, Hemisphere instead turned to writer/producer/distributor Sam Sherman (SATAN'S SADISTS) and director Al Adamson (BLOOD OF DRACULA'S CASTLE) to deliver a comparable saga of gruesome shocks and mad doctor mayhem. The result - the only Hemisphere production to be shot outside the Philippines - remains the insane epitome of low-budget '70s horror and one of Adamson's most infamous epics. Kent Taylor (BRIDES OF BLOOD), Grant Williams (THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN), Regina Carrol (ANGELS' WILD WOMEN), John Bloom (THE INCREDIBLE 2 HEADED TRANSPLANT), Angelo Rossitto (FREAKS) and Zandor Vorkov (DRACULA VS. FRANKENSTEIN) star in this "great bloody film" (Grindhouse Database) - also known as THE CREATURE'S REVENGE and THE OOZING SKULL - now featuring a new 2k CRI scan.

Back in Circulation (1937)

Back in Circulation is a 1937 American film directed by Ray Enright and starring Pat O'Brien and Joan Blondell. Based on a story by Adela Rogers St. Johns, Blondell plays a fast-moving newspaper reporter who senses a story when she spots a young recent widow partying in a night club. This film is preserved in the Library of Congress collection.

Broadway Big Shot (1942)

Broadway Big Shot is a 1942 American drama film directed by William Beaudine.

The Invincible Kung Fu Legs (1980)

The Leg Fighters, also released as The Invincible Kung Fu Legs, is an independently released 1980 Hong Kong martial arts action film directed by Lee Tso-Nam and starring Tao-liang Tan and Ha Kwong-Li.

TRANS (2012)

Filmmaker Chris Arnold provides a glimpse into the lives of transgendered people.

The Miracle of the Wolves (1961)

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

The Day I Will Never Forget (2002)

Filmmaker Kim Longinotto examines the tradition of clitoridectomy in Kenya.

3 Backyards (2012)

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

The Golden Boat (1990)

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

Scotland Yard Investigator (1945)

Scotland Yard Investigator is a 1945 American crime film directed by George Blair and starring C. Aubrey Smith, Erich von Stroheim and Stephanie Bachelor. Following the outbreak of the Second World War the Mona Lisa is moved to a London gallery for safekeeping, where a German art collector attempts to steal it. The film was a loose sequel to Republic's 1944 thriller Secrets of Scotland Yard with a number of the same cast and crew.

Future My Love (2012)

A poetic road trip through the financial collapse by exploring a radically different economic and social model.

Adjust Your Color: The Truth of Petey Greene (2008)

An early radio disc jockey tackles controversial topics in '60s-'70s District of Columbia.

Side Street (1929)

Side Street is a 1929 American Pre-Code film featuring the only screen teaming of all three Moore Brothers (Tom, Owen, and Matt), each of them major silent film stars. George Raft also makes an uncredited appearance as a professional dancer — which Raft was at the time — dancing to the song "Take a Look at Her Now", sung by June Clyde. Side Street was directed by Malcolm St. Clair, with a screenplay by George O'Hara and Jane Murfin, based on a story by St. Clair which was adapted by John Russell.

Kino Eye (1924)

Kino-Eye is a film technique developed in Soviet Russia by Dziga Vertov. It was also the name of the movement and group that was defined by this technique. Kino-Eye was Vertov's means of capturing what he believed to be "inaccessible to the human eye"; that is, Kino-Eye films would not attempt to imitate how the human eye saw things. Rather, by assembling film fragments and editing them together in a form of montage, Kino-Eye hoped to activate a new type of perception by creating "a new filmic, i.e., media shaped, reality and a message or an illusion of a message - a semantic field." Distinct from narrative entertainment cinema forms or otherwise "acted" films, Kino-Eye sought to capture "life unawares" and edit it together in such a way that it would form a new, previously unseen truth.

Sinatra Being Frank (2015)

A retrospective of the performer from the people who knew him well.

Nymph (2009)

Nymph is a 2009 Thai drama film directed by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang. It competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. The 'nymph' in the story is based on the Thai legendary Nang Mai tree deity.

The Removalists (1975)

The Removalists is a play written by Australian playwright David Williamson in 1971. The main issues the play addresses are violence, specifically domestic violence, and the abuse of power and authority. The story is supposed to be a microcosm of 1970s Australian society. It was adapted into a Margaret Fink-produced film in 1975, starring Peter Cummins as Simmonds, John Hargreaves as Ross, Kate Fitzpatrick as Kate, Jacki Weaver as Fiona, Martin Harris as Kenny, and Chris Haywood as the Removalist.

I Can't Sleep (1994)

I Can't Sleep (French: J'ai pas sommeil) is a 1994 French drama film written and directed by Claire Denis. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1994 Cannes Film Festival. The film was loosely inspired by the murders committed by Thierry Paulin.

Another Man's Garden (2007)

Sofia wants to study medicine but encounters obstacles beside the objections of her boyfriend and family, and a moment of weakness or an error in judgment could cost her a place in the university.

Chaindance (1991)

Chaindance is a 1991 Canadian drama film. The film stars Michael Ironside, Brad Dourif, Rae Dawn Chong, and Don S. Davis as "Sergeant".

Summer Of Blood (2014)

Summer of Blood is a 2014 horror comedy vampire film written, edited, and directed by Onur Tukel. The film stars Tukel, Anna Margaret Hollyman, Dakota Goldhor, Jason Selvig, and Dustin Guy Defa.

Unknown Powers (1978)

Actors introduce dramatic segments on astrology, extrasensory perception, psychic surgery and other areas of the occult.

Solace (2013)

The lives of six people become intertwined as three stories become one.

First Comes Courage (1943)

A Norwegian underground agent seeks valuable wartime intelligence by wooing a Nazi officer.

The Return of Ringo (1965)

The Return of Ringo (Italian: Il ritorno di Ringo) is a 1965 Italian spaghetti western film directed by Duccio Tessari and the sequel to the earlier film A Pistol for Ringo. Like its predecessor, the film stars Giuliano Gemma and features a score composed by Ennio Morricone.

Criminal Affairs (1998)

Criminal Affairs is a 1997 American thriller film. It was shot in Ireland. The film premiered at the Galway Film Festival. The screening was controversial as some press claimed the film was semi pornographic.

Origin: A Call to Minds (2015)

Desmerelle battles the powerful Shard Sensitive Lorem to free her twin sister.

Madigan's Millions (1968)

Madigan's Millions (It: Un dollaro per 7 vigliacchi, Sp: El Millón de Madigan) is a 1968 Italian-Spanish comedy crime film directed by Stanley Prager and produced by Sidney W. Pink. The movie was shot in 1966 but was not released for two years. It stars Dustin Hoffman, in his first movie role, as Jason Fister, a young U.S. Treasury Dept. official sent to Rome to recover a large sum of money owed to the United States government by a deceased mobster. The film is in the lowbrow comedy genre, with comic stop-action chase scenes, as well as many scenes involving spaghetti western-style gunplay on the streets of Rome. Hoffman's Fister is a seemingly naive and mild-mannered bureaucrat with a sense for sniffing out phonies. The interiors of the film were shot largely in Spain, with exteriors in Rome.

Exhibition (2013)

The third film in her loose trilogy, Exhibition finds Joanna Hogg (Unrelated and Archipelago) ensconced in an urban environment as she documents the relationship between D (Viv Albertine) and H (Liam Gillick). As with her previous work, Hogg explores the normally uncharted areas of human relationships, where the lines between affection and irascibility, love and loathing are blurred. It is an uncompromising work by a unique filmmaker.

The Devil-Ship Pirates (1964)

The Devil-Ship Pirates is a 1964 British-made pirate adventure film directed by Don Sharp. It concerned pirates from a vessel from the defeated Spanish Armada terrorizing citizens on the English coast. All goes well until the villagers realize the Spaniards have been defeated and revolt. It had some spectacular swordplay but was a largely land-locked pirate movie.

Before the Revolution (2013)

The last days of the Israeli community in Tehran, before the Islamic Revolution of 1979.

Northern Pursuit (1943)

Northern Pursuit is a 1943 World War II film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Errol Flynn as a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who tries to uncover a Nazi plot against the Allied war effort. The film was set in Canada during the early years of the war.

Aaj Aur Kal (1963)

Aaj Aur Kal is a 1963 Hindi movie produced and directed by Vasant Joglekar. The film stars Sunil Dutt, Nanda, Tanuja, Ashok Kumar and Deven Verma. It was given a U certificate and re-certified with the same rating after 9 cuts by the censor board in 1981.

Dead End (1999)

Detectives suspect that a writer (William Snow) of true-crime books is responsible for a string of copycat killings.

The Danish Poet (2006)

The Danish Poet is a 2006 animated short film written, directed, and animated by Torill Kove and narrated by Liv Ullmann. A co-production of the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and Mikrofilm AS of Norway, it has won both the Academy Award and Genie Award for best animated short film.

Twist Again in Moscow (1986)

Party inspectors and the KGB alarm the wheeler-dealer director (Philippe Noiret) of a luxury Moscow hotel.

Six-Gun Trail (1938)

Six-Gun Trail is a 1938 American film directed by Sam Newfield.

Tokyo! (2008)

Tokyo! is a 2008 French/Japanese/South Korean/German anthology film containing three segments written by three non-Japanese directors, all of which were filmed in Tokyo, Japan. Michel Gondry directed "Interior Design", Leos Carax directed "Merde", and Bong Joon-ho directed "Shaking Tokyo".

The Pedway: Elevating London (2013)

The post-war redevelopment of the city of London.

Kandisha (2008)

Kandisha is a 2008 Moroccan horror film directed by Jerome Cohen-Olivar, starring Amira Casar, David Carradine, Michael Cohen, Saïd Taghmaoui, Mourad Zaoui, Hiam Abbass and Assaad Bouab.

Axe Raiders (2011)

Fingal is sold to Egil, a ship captain, as punishment for opposing Roderick's ascension to king. When Egil sees Fingal's fighting skills, he promises to set him free if he marries Egil's sister and swears to fight for Egil when called upon.

On the Loose (1951)

On the Loose is a 1951 American drama film directed by Charles Lederer and written by Dale Eunson and Katherine Albert. The film stars Joan Evans, Melvyn Douglas, Lynn Bari, Robert Arthur and Hugh O'Brian. The film was released on September 28, 1951, by RKO Pictures.

Laughing at Life (1933)

Easter, a soldier of fortune and gunrunner, leaves his family behind escaping from the authorities and an American detective named Mason. His globe hopping escape leads him finally to South America, where he is hired to organize a band of revolutionaries, unaware that they plan to eliminate him when his job is done. Here, also, he encounters his own son, on track to waste his own life in pursuits similar to Easter's.

Dead & Buried (1981)

Dead & Buried is a 1981 science fiction horror film directed by Gary Sherman, starring Melody Anderson, Jack Albertson, and James Farentino. The film focuses on a small town wherein a few tourists are murdered, but their corpses begin to reanimate. With a screenplay written by Dan O'Bannon and Ronald Shusett, the movie was initially banned as a "video nasty" in the UK in the early 1980s, but was later acquitted of obscenity charges and removed from the Director of Public Prosecutions' list. While the film made less money at the box office, it has received praise from critics regarding Stan Winston's special effects, and Albertson's role. Aside from the film subsequently novelized by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, the film has obtained a cult following in the years since its release. In a 1983 interview with Starburst promoting Blue Thunder, O'Bannon disowned the film (he claimed that Shusett written by himself but needed O'Bannon's name on the project, and promised he would make some changes; on seeing the finished film O'Bannon realised that Shusett had done nothing of the sort, but it was too late for him to take his name off the credits).

Hedy (1966)

An egotistical faded star stands trial with her ex-husbands serving on the jury.

Ang tatay kong nanay (1978)

Coring, a gay beautician, is left with a baby by his former ward, Dennis. The baby grows up thinking that Coring is his real father. Everything seems to be smooth until the kid's mother suddenly shows up to claim her son.

Night Of The Running Man (1995)

Night of the Running Man is a 1995 American crime thriller directed by Mark L. Lester and written by Lee Wells, who adapted it from his novel of the same name. It stars Andrew McCarthy and Scott Glenn. The film debuted on HBO before being released direct-to-video.

Manmadhan (2004)

Manmadhan(spelled Maanmathaun onscreen) (English: Cupid) is 2004 Indian Tamil language crime thriller film directed and written by A. J. Murugan and Silambarasan who co-directed and co-wrote the screenplay with dialogues written by Balakumaran. Silambarasan played dual roles for the first time in his career while Jyothika, Sindhu Tolani, Santhanam, Atul Kulkarani, and Goundamani played supporting roles. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film revolves around Silambarasan (Manmadan), a serial killer of incorrect girls who cheat in the name of love to avenge the death of his twin brother who fell victim to cheating by a girl that he loved.