Funeral March (2001)
A terminally ill woman arranges her funeral with a man who wants her to seek therapy.
The Rise and Fall of The Clash (2012)
The only up-close and personal film about the juggernaut band The Clash, and their meteoric trajectory through rock 'n' roll history, The Rise and Fall of The Clash features previously unseen footage of the band at work and at play as well as interviews with the individual band members and with those who knew them well. This is not a film that pulls any punches, but neither does it overlook the life-changing effect that The Clash brought to so many. The Rise and Fall of The Clash paints the fascinating inside story of rivalries, treachery, betrayal and the internal band dynamics and managerial interference that ultimately led "the biggest band in the world" to self-destruct.
Tied in Blood (2011)
A medium (Paul McEwan) travels to a remote farmhouse to find the truth behind the grisly deaths of a man's (Kenneth G. Hodgson) wife and children.
Money Is Not Everything (2001)
A winery owner (Marek Kondrat) becomes the unexpected ally of unemployed Polish farmers who are holding him hostage.
She Had Her Gun All Ready (1978)
The sado-masochistic tale of an aggressive woman and her submissive partner.
Heaven Strewn (2011)
Mickey tricks his friend Jasper into helping him get back at the people who burned him after a botched counterfeiting transaction.
Dreams That Money Can Buy (1947)
Dreams That Money Can Buy is a 1947 experimental feature color film written, produced, and directed by surrealist artist and dada film-theorist Hans Richter. The film was produced by Kenneth Macpherson and Peggy Guggenheim. Collaborators included Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Alexander Calder, Darius Milhaud and Fernand Léger. The film won the Award for the Best Original Contribution to the Progress of Cinematography at the 1947 Venice Film Festival.
Wild Innocence (2001)
Wild Innocence (French: Sauvage Innocence) is a 2001 French film directed by Philippe Garrel.
Dead Cat (2013)
Michael (Sebastian Armesto) and Kristen (Sophia Dawnay), childhood sweethearts, have not spoken in years, but they are thrown together as they enter their 30s.
Hu-Man is a 1975 French science fiction film directed by Jérôme Laperrousaz.
Curtain at Eight (1933)
Curtain at Eight is a 1933 American Pre-Code film directed by E. Mason Hopper.
Ticket to a Crime (1934)
Ticket to a Crime is a 1934 American mystery film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Ralph Graves, Lois Wilson and Lola Lane. A private detective and his assistant solve a murder at a country club.
Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage (2002)
Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage is a 2002 drama Bollywood film, directed by Vikram Bhatt, starring Hrithik Roshan and Amisha Patel in the lead roles. It was the second time the pair were cast alongside each other after the movie Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai, but film was declared flop at the box office
Melvin seeks revenge on other students for pulling a horrible prank on him.
The Killer Bra (2010)
A ghost lives inside a bra and kills whoever wears it.
Nine Girls (1944)
Nine Girls is a 1944 American mystery film directed by Leigh Jason and starring Ann Harding, Evelyn Keyes and Jinx Falkenburg. Karen DeWolf, Connie Lee, and Al Martin wrote the script, which was based on a play by Wilfred H. Petitt.
Wealthy residents who live above the slums discuss a life where privilege creates its own reality.
Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together (2011)
Jamie realizes she is in love with her best friend as she gets ready to move.
One-Way Ticket (1935)
One Way Ticket is a 1935 film from Columbia Pictures directed by Herbert Biberman starring Lloyd Nolan, Peggy Conklin and Walter Connolly. The film is based on the novel One-Way Ticket by Ethel Turner (New York, 1934).
It is a prison drama in which a man becomes a robber following the authorities' failure to convict a corrupt banker.
It was the directorial debut of Biberman, a playwright and theatre director of Marxist political leanings; following some theatrical success in New York, he signed a two-picture deal with Columbia in 1934, and it was followed by Meet Nero Wolfe in 1936.
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.
Young Man with Ideas (1952)
Young Man with Ideas (1952) is a romantic-comedy film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1952. It was directed by Mitchell Leisen and stars Ruth Roman and Glenn Ford. A young small-town lawyer played by Ford moves his family from the country to Los Angeles in the hope of passing the bar in California to ensure that his family can have a more prosperous lifestyle.
They Live in Fear (1944)
They Live in Fear is a 1944 American film starring Otto Kruger.
Call of the Blood (1948)
Call of the Blood is a 1948 British-Italian drama film directed by John Clements and Ladislao Vajda and starring Clements, Kay Hammond and John Justin. In the Edwardian era a British family move to Sicily where the husband has an affair with a local woman. It was adapted from a novel by Robert Hichens. The film's sets were designed by art director Maurice Fowler. Elizabeth Haffenden worked as costume designer.
Doin' It in the Park: Pick-Up Basketball, NYC (2012)
An independent documentary directed by Bobbito Garcia and Kevin Couliau. The film explores the definition, history, culture, social impact and global influence of New York's outdoor summer basketball scene, the worldwide 'Mecca' of the sport.
Extravagance is a 1930 American film directed by Phil Rosen and released by Tiffany Pictures.
The No Mercy Man (1973)
The No Mercy Man (also known as Bad Man, Trained to Kill, and Trained to Kill USA) is a 1973 action film with elements of a modern-day Western starring Steve Sandor, Rockne Tarkington, Sid Haig, Ron Thompson, Mike Lane, and Richard X. Slattery. The film was co-written (with Michael Nolin) and directed by Daniel Vance in his first and last feature film. The film was shot in Todd-AO by Dean Cundey in his first feature film with Buddy Joe Hooker arranging the stunt work and acting as second unit director. Master Jerry Druckerman acted as the film's martial arts technical advisor.
Film director Quentin Tarantino programmed The No Mercy Man as part of a March 2011 revenge film triple feature at the New Beverly Cinema, which Tarantino took over in March 2007.
A young Russian woman living in Belgium faces deportation.
Fortune Cookie Prophecies (2011)
At an isolated cottage, two couples crack open fortune cookies that prophesize their imminent death. After one of them dies suddenly, all hell breaks loose.
Pagan Love Song (1950)
Pagan Love Song is a musical romance film released by MGM in 1950 and starring Esther Williams and Howard Keel. Set in Tahiti, it was based on the novel Tahiti Landfall by William S. Stone.
Rollin' with the Nines (2006)
Rollin' with the Nines is a 2006 British film set mainly in South London, about a rap group turned drug dealers. The working film title was Proper Little Charlie. The film stars Vas Blackwood, Robbie Gee, Mark Smith (Gladiator), Simon Webbe and Billy Murray. Small appearances are made from Jason Flemyng, Dizzee Rascal, Rodney P, Kano and Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace.
The Night Before Christmas: A Mouse Tale (2002)
A homeless family of mice takes refuge in the Atwell house on Christmas Eve.
Guardians of the Lost Code 3D (2010)
Guardians of the Lost Code (Spanish: Brijes 3D) is a 2010 animated adventure film, created by Ricardo González Duprat. distributed by Videocine. the developer of television and animated: Santo Domingo Animation.
Heritage of the Desert (1932)
Heritage of the Desert is a 1932 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Henry Hathaway and starring Randolph Scott and Sally Blane.
Filmed on location in Red Rock Canyon State Park in California, Heritage of the Desert provided Randolph Scott with his first starring role. Released by Paramount Pictures, the film is a remake of Paramount's successful silent version from 1924 which utilised early two-strip technicolor. One of hundreds of Paramount films made between 1929 and 1949, tied up in legal limbo by Universal which controls them.
Cherrybomb is a drama film released in the United Kingdom in 2009, starring Kimberley Nixon, Rupert Grint, James Nesbitt, and Robert Sheehan. Filming began on location in Belfast on 7 July 2008, and lasted four weeks. The film includes nudity, drinking, drugs, shop-lifting and car theft. It was released to DVD on 23 August 2010 in the UK. It premiered in the US in September 2009 at the Los Angeles Irish Film Festival. The film's theme song is "Cherry Bomb" by The Runaways. Cherrybomb premiered at the 2009 Berlin International Film Festival, but was initially unable to find a distributor. An online campaign by Grint's fans was credited with helping to secure a deal for distribution in the United Kingdom.
Taki no shiraito (1933)
The Water Magician is a 1933 black and white Japanese silent film directed by Kenji Mizoguchi and based on a story by Kyōka Izumi. It is one of the most popular titles from the silent film work of Mizoguchi and tells a tragic love story which realistically depicts the beauty and strength of the women of the Meiji period. It is currently available with benshi accompaniment.
An investigator (Kadeem Hardison) probes the murder of a hated thug (W. Earl Brown) in a small Southern town.
Golden Slumbers (2011)
Filmmaker Davy Chou investigates the lost cinematic heritage of Cambodia after the Khmer Rouge destroyed all the movies made between 1960 and 1975.
Everyday Saturday (2012)
Evelyn struggles with being a widow but takes comfort in her routines. When her son moves home after college, his anxieties amplify Evelyn's internal struggles.
Upside is a 2010 American dramatic film written and directed by Ken Horstmann and set in Atlanta, Georgia. It stars Randall Bentley.
Stage to Chino (1940)
Stage to Chino is a 1940 American western film directed by Edward Killy from a screenplay by Morton Grant and Arthur V. Jones, based on a story by Norton S. Parker. The film was released by RKO Radio Pictures on July 26, 1940, who also produced the film. It stars George O'Brien, Virginia Vale, and the vocal group, Pals of the Golden West.
Little Ghostly Adventures of Tofu Boy (2011)
Other yokias intimidate a yokai monster that is too timid and nonthreatening.
The Scene: An Exploration of Music in Toronto (2013)
Independent musicians in Toronto build their careers in the Canadian music industry.
The Magic Weaver (1960)
The Magic Weaver (Russian: Марья-искусница, "Maria the Weaver") is a 1960 Soviet children's fantasy film directed by Aleksandr Rou and filmed at Gorky Film Studio. The film was imported to the West in the 1960s and ran in the U.S. in 1966 with English dubbed, on distribution from Allied Artists Pictures.
Guns of the Law (1944)
Guns of the Law is a 1944 American film directed by Elmer Clifton.
Hawaii: A Voice for Sovereignty (2009)
Native Hawaiians discuss social, economic and ecological issues that threaten their culture.
Calling All Cars (1935)
Calling All Cars is a 1935 American crime film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and starring Jack La Rue, Lillian Miles and Jack Norton.
Le lion (2003)
Living at the foot of Kilimanjaro, a girl is born with a unique gift: she can communicate with animals.
The Thrill Hunter (1933)
The Thrill Hunter is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by George B. Seitz. Buck Jones stars as a habitual teller of tall tales, while Dorothy Revier plays the film star he tries to impress.
Long Day's Journey Into Night (1987)
A day in the life of a dysfunctional family controlled by its addictions.
Eldorado is a Belgian/French seriocomic road movie in the Belgian surrealist and absurdist tradition, directed by Bouli Lanners and selected for the Directors’ Fortnight (40th anniversary) 61st Cannes Film Festival 2008. The film received the André Cavens Award for Best Film by the Belgian Film Critics Association (UCC). It was the official entry from Belgium for the 81st Academy Awards, but was not chosen as one of the films to be nominated during the ceremony.
It was filmed in Wallonia.
All the Winters that Have Been (1997)
Twenty years after a secret destroyed their budding relationship, a man (Richard Chamberlain) and a woman (Karen Allen) meet again.
House of Manson (2014)
House of Manson, also known as Manson in the United Kingdom, is a 2014 biographical film that was written and directed by Brandon Slagle. It had its world premiere on October 18, 2014 at the Twin Cities Film Festival and stars Ryan Kiser as Charles Manson.
Beverly Hills Madam (1986)
Beverly Hills Madam is a 1986 American made-for-television drama film directed by Harvey Hart and starring Faye Dunaway, Melody Anderson, Donna Dixon and Robin Givens. It was broadcast on NBC on April 6, 1986.
Hart to Hart: Home Is Where the Hart Is (1994)
The jet-set sleuth (Robert Wagner) helps his writer wife (Stefanie Powers) tie small-town secrets to the death of her mentor.
Blood Monkey is a 2007 American direct-to-video natural horror film produced by RHI Entertainment and directed by Robert Young. It aired on various video on demand channels, before officially premiering in the United States on the Syfy Channel on January 27, 2008. Filmed in Thailand, it is the first film in the Maneater Series produced under an agreement with Syfy.
Taken Away (1989)
The city takes an 8-year-old (Juliet Sorcey) away from her mother, a poor single waitress (Valerie Bertinelli) going to night school.
Taking the Plunge (2015)
Aquatic therapist Jeff Krieger creates an aquatic program to help people who are frightened of water learn how to swim.
The Best Bar in America (2013)
Two friends travel around drinking and socializing in bars.
Arizona Terror (1931)
Arizona Terror is a 1931 American Pre-Code western film directed by Phil Rosen and starring Ken Maynard, Lina Basquette and Hooper Atchley.
Blackwood is a 1976 Canadian short documentary film about Newfoundland artist David Blackwood, directed by Tony Ianzelo and Andy Thomson. Narration is provided by Gordon Pinsent. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.
Moebius is a 1996 Argentine science fiction film directed by Gustavo Mosquera and starring Guillermo Angelelli, Roberto Carnaghi and Annabella Levy. It is based on the classic short story A Subway Named Mobius, by Armin Joseph Deutsch. The film is set in the Buenos Aires Underground, in a dark and dystopian Buenos Aires.
Thundering Trails (1943)
Thundering Trails is a 1943 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by John English.
Cyborg 009: Legend of the Super Galaxy (1980)
The cyborgs reunite to battle Emperor Zoa of the planet Dagas.
Nayak: The Hero (1966)
Nayak (Bengali: নায়ক Hero) (released in English as The Hero and Nayak: The Hero) is a 1966 Indian Bengali-language drama film written and directed by Satyajit Ray. It was Ray's second entirely original screenplay, after Kanchenjungha (1962). The story revolves around a matinee idol on a 24-hour train journey from Kolkata to Delhi to receive a national award. However, he ends up revealing his mistakes, insecurities and regrets to a young journalist, who realises that behind all the glitter is a deeply lonely man. Her initial contempt for people like him turns into empathy, and she decides not to publish what he has revealed. His life journey is gradually revealed through seven flashbacks and two dreams during the train ride.
Fight for Us is a 1989 Philippine political thriller film directed by Lino Brocka and written by Jose F. Lacaba. It stars Phillip Salvador and Dina Bonnevie. During its initial release, the film was banned in the Philippines by President Corazon Aquino due to its subversive message. It was shown to the Filipino public after its premiere out of competition at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival.
Leo is a 2000 Spanish drama film, written and directed by José Luis Borau and starring Icíar Bollaín and Javier Batanero. It was nominated for six Goya Awards in 2001, and won the award for Best Director. It was also entered into the 22nd Moscow International Film Festival.
Spanish businessman Mario (Ernesto Alterio) is in Morocco, about to return home after years abroad. That is, until his father, Victor (Adolfo Fernndez), tells Mario to welcome his visiting half-sister, Laura (Elena Ballesteros). Mario agrees, but Laura then vanishes, and Mario is wrongfully accused of murdering her. It seems that none of the locals are on his side, and even Victor thinks his son is guilty, so the distraught father hires ex-soldier Rodrigo (Jos Sancho) to hunt down Mario.
The Men of Sherwood Forest (1954)
The Men of Sherwood Forest is a 1954 British adventure film directed by Val Guest and starring Don Taylor, Reginald Beckwith, Eileen Moore and David King-Wood. The film follows the exploits of Robin Hood and his followers. Doreen Carwithen wrote the score for the film.
Two in One (2007)
Two in One is a film of 2007 by Russian-Ukrainian director Kira Muratova, starring Renata Litvinova, Natalia Buzko, Bogdan Stupka and Alexander Bashirov. The film unites two different screenplays written by Yevgeny Golubenko and Renata Litvinova.
Mac Dre: Legend of the Bay (2015)
Mac Dre's young career was interrupted when his lyrics were used against him in court. After leaving prison, he regained his footing but was murdered just as his new life was beginning.
Dragnet is a 1947 American crime film directed by Leslie Goodwins and starring Henry Wilcoxon, Mary Brian, Douglass Dumbrille, Virginia Dale, Don C. Harvey, and Ralph Dunn. The screenplay was written by Barbara Worth and Harry Essex. The original music score was composed by Irving Gertz.
Never is a 2014 drama film written and directed by Brett Allen Smith and starring Zelda Williams and Zachary Booth.
Into the Mirror (2003)
Into the Mirror (Hangul: 거울 속으로) is a 2003 South Korean horror film about a series of grisly deaths in a department store, all involving mirrors, and the troubled detective who investigates them. It was the debut film of director Kim Sung-ho.
Mission: Africa (1968)
Five soldiers try to stop a flesh reanimator during World War II.
Bury Me an Angel (1972)
Bury Me an Angel is a 1971 American biker film from female director Barbara Peeters, who was script supervisor on Angels Die Hard (1970). She was the first woman to direct a biker film.
The Bonnie Parker Story (1958)
The Bonnie Parker Story is a 1958 crime film directed by William Witney. It is loosely based on the life of Bonnie Parker, a well-known outlaw of the 1930s. The film stars Dorothy Provine as Parker; Parker's actual historical partner, Clyde Barrow, is renamed Guy Darrow for the film's story, and played by Jack Hogan.The film was released by American International Pictures as a double feature with Machine Gun Kelly.
Supervention is a documentary showcasing all aspects of modern freeskiing and snowboarding. Follow a group of the world's most talented skiers and snowboarders on an intense and unpredictable trip through exotic destinations.
The Left-Hand Side of the Fridge (2000)
The Left-Hand Side of the Fridge was the first full-length feature film by Canadian film director Philippe Falardeau, released in 2000.
Tito's Glasses (2014)
Actress Adriana Altaras goes on a journey to find a country that no longer exists.
Skull Heads (2009)
Skull Heads is a 2009 drama/horror film written, produced and directed by Charles Band and distributed by his company Full Moon Features. The film revolves around an emotionally backward young woman who lives in a castle in Italy with her mother and her aggressive father, along with a dark secret hidden within the castle.
Chasing Cain (2001)
Two Toronto detectives (Peter Outerbridge, Alberta Watson) investigate the drive-by shooting of a Croat who worked in an abortion clinic.
How To Be A Man (2013)
How to Be a Man is a 2013 American comedy film directed by Chadd Harbold and starring Gavin McInnes. It tells the story of an ex-comedian who discovers that he is dying from male breast cancer, and therefore makes a video with advice for his unborn son. The film was produced through Fox Digital Studio.
Change of Plans (2009)
Change of Plans (French: Le code a changé) is a 2009 French film directed and written by Danièle Thompson.
Doc Of The Dead (2014)
Doc of the Dead is a 2014 American documentary film written and directed by Alexandre O. Philippe that focuses on the zombie genre. The film had its world premiere on March 10, 2014 at South by Southwest, followed by a television premiere on Epix on March 15, and features several entertainers that have impacted, and been impacted by, the zombie genre and culture.
Summer '82: When Zappa Came to Sicily (2017)
The families of Sicilian filmmaker Salvo Cuccia's and Frank Zappa reunite.
Monster In The Closet (1986)
Monster in the Closet is a 1986 horror comedy with a veteran cast, including Howard Duff and John Carradine, as well as The Black Eyed Peas' Stacy Ferguson and Paul Walker in early roles. The film was distributed by Troma Entertainment. In the GotchaMovies article "Final Destinations and Killer Condoms", Monster in the Closet was selected as the 8th greatest moment in teen slasher history. The film was directed and written by Bob Dahlin.
The Drag-Net (1936)
Named assistant district attorney, a playboy (Rod La Rocque) targets mobsters for rackets and murder.
Down in 'Arkansaw' (1938)
Down in 'Arkansaw' is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Nick Grinde and written by Dorrell McGowan and Stuart E. McGowan. The film stars Ralph Byrd, Leon Weaver, June Weaver, Frank Weaver, June Storey and Pinky Tomlin. The film was released on October 8, 1938, by Republic Pictures.
Fly Colt Fly (2014)
Teenage fugitive Colton Harris-Moore becomes a modern folk hero after stealing a small plane and disappearing into the wilderness.
Blip Festival: Reformat the Planet (2008)
Musicians create songs using old video-game hardware.
Cement Suitcase (2014)
Franklin, a successful wine salesman, hates his life and knows that his girlfriend has been cheating on him. When he meets the other man -- who turns out to be a terrific person -- Franklin decides it is time to let go of baggage.
Deep Red (1994)
Deep Red is a 1994 sci-fi thriller television movie from RHI Entertainment starring Michael Biehn and Lindsey Haun. It was directed by Craig R. Baxley and written by D. Brent Mote.
The Battle of Orgreave (2002)
A reconstruction of the battle between miners and policeman.
The Troubles of Alfred (1972)
Les malheurs d'Alfred (English: The Troubles of Alfred) is a 1972 French comedy film directed by and starring Pierre Richard.
Midnight Clear (2006)
'Twas the night before Christmas in the Southwest, and for five strangers spread out across town, it's the most depressing time of the year. As the night progresses, they randomly cross paths, and in unique and subtle ways, change each other's lives forever. Featuring incredible performances by veteran actors such as Stephen Baldwin (THE USUAL SUSPECTS), K Callan ("Lois & Clark"), and Kirk B.R. Woller (FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS), as well as newcomers Mary Thornton and Mitchell Jarvis, MIDNIGHT CLEAR is a quiet tapestry of lonely people trying to connect in the midst of pain. The film also features terrific and surprising guest work from Victoria Jackson("SNL") and Richard Riehle ("OFFICE SPACE").
A pot dealer (Tarah DeSpain) goes on a journey of self-discovery after the legalization of marijuana threatens her livelihood.
Lost Honeymoon (1947)
Lost Honeymoon is a 1947 American film directed by Leigh Jason. The tag line calls it, "A romantic comedy of amnesia and amore". The working title of the film was Amy Comes Across.
Paisa is a 2014 Telugu film directed by Krishna Vamsi, produced by Ramesh Puppala under Yellow Flowers banner, featuring Nani and Catherine Tresa in the lead. It was written by Padmasri, K. K. Binojee and Patrikeya. It deals with the power of money and how the whole world revolves around it. The film was scheduled to release on 20 December 2013 with an 'A' certificate from censor board for its excessive violence. However, the film released worldwide on 7 February 2014. Upon release, the film received mixed reviews from critics but turned out to be a hit at the box office.
Upstairs Inferno (2015)
On June 24, 1973, the Up Stairs Lounge in New Orleans is deliberately set on fire, resulting in the largest mass murder of gay people in U.S. history.
Unsullied is a 2014 exploitation horror film directed by Simeon Rice.