If the Shoe Fits (1990)
If the Shoe Fits is a 1990 American television film, starring Rob Lowe and Jennifer Grey. It was directed by Tom Clegg.
My Friend Victoria (2014)
An 8-year-old black child named Victoria (Keylia Achie Beguie), is taken in for a night by the wealthy, white, well-intentioned family of one of her schoolmates. The experience haunts her for years to come, shaping her desires and offering a mirage of privilege that she dreams of but finds impossible to attain. As an adult (beautifully played by newcomer Guslagie Malanda), she drifts from job to job, but then unexpectedly reconnects with the family’s youngest son (Pierre Andrau) in an encounter that will reshape her life yet again. Adapting Nobel laureate Doris Lessing’s story “Victoria and the Staveneys,” Civeyrac relocates the story from London to Paris to craft a probing and intimate look at the politics of race and class identity. Veteran actors Catherine Mouchet ( Thérèse , Late August, Early September ) and Pascal Greggory ( Pauline at the Beach , Queen Margot , Gabrielle and others) round out the cast. MY FRIEND VICTORIA is now available on iTunes .
Messi is a 2014 documentary film directed by Álex de la Iglesia. The film explores the rise of Argentine association football player Lionel Messi.
Addicted to Acting (2004)
Four acting students spend four years learning their craft at the Ernst Busch Academy.
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.
Nudo di donna (1981)
Nudo di donna (internationally released as Portrait of a Woman, Nude and Portrait of a Nude Woman) is a 1981 Italian mystery - comedy film. It is the third and final film directed by Nino Manfredi. The original director, Alberto Lattuada, was replaced after the first few weeks of shooting, due to disputes with Manfredi, who also played the lead.
Stampede is a 1949 American Western directed by Lesley Selander.
Street Angels (1996)
Street Angels is a 1996 Hong Kong film directed by Billy Tang Hin-Shing.
Uno sceriffo extraterrestre... poco extra e molto terrestre (1979)
The Sheriff and the Satellite Kid (Italian: Uno sceriffo extraterrestre... poco extra e molto terrestre) is a 1979 Italian children's comedy film starring Bud Spencer and child actor Cary Guffey that was released in cinemas in 1979. It was followed by a sequel in 1980, Everything Happens to Me.
Dark Future (1994)
Following a plague which left them sterile, humans run clubs for android masters with organic brains.
Nostalgia for Countryland (1995)
In rural Vietnam, teenager Nham (Ngoc Bao Ta) works in the fields for his family alongside his sister-in-law, Ngu (Thuy Huong). Working so closely, Nham and Ngu develop an attraction to each other, and a romance develops. Enter Quyen (Le Van), a beautiful girl from the big city, who has returned to Nham's village where she was raised. Enticed by the novelty of the new girl, Nham begins an affair with Quyen -- to the obvious chagrin of Ngu, who grows jealous and depressed.
Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks (1974)
In this "Frankenstein" story, the mad doctor endeavors to build a human from spare parts. He assigns his servant, one of which is a dwarf named Genz, the task of finding a suitable human brain. They fail at the job, and Genz is exiled from the castle. Disgruntled by the turn of events, Genz enlists a Neanderthal to help exact revenge on the doctor and the inhabitants of the castle.
Defending Santa (2013)
Michigan Sheriff Scott Hanson (Dean Cain) inadvertently arrests a sleeping Santa in the snowy woods on suspicion of a crime he did not commit. With his annual Christmas Eve sleigh ride now in jeopardy, Santa is put on trial. During the proceedings, things are complicated when the Sheriff and Santa's court appointed defense attorney fall in love.
Appointment in Berlin (1943)
Appointment in Berlin is a 1943 American war drama film directed by Alfred E. Green and starring George Sanders, Marguerite Chapman and Onslow Stevens. The film's plot follows an R.A.F. officer who infiltrates himself into the German high command by broadcasting a series of pro-Nazi messages. The film's art direction was by Lionel Banks and Walter Holscher.
Bad vs Worse (2012)
A young man persuades his younger brother to rob a chain of houses. Unfortunately for them, one of the houses on their list belongs to a sadistic serial killer.
The New Adventures of Aladdin (2015)
The New Adventures of Aladdin (original title: Les Nouvelles Aventures d'Aladin) is a 2015 French comedy film directed by Arthur Benzaquen and starring Kev Adams.
Koon learns his son has been killed in a motorcycle crash in the city, and he must somehow bring the body back to their remote village and ensure that there is a proper funeral.
Pre-Lachaise cemetery in Paris holds the remains of many notable people, such as Chopin, dith Piaf, Yves Montand, Simone Signoret and Jim Morrison. The many people who visit the site to visit graves of loved ones and those who stop there as tourists find that it has mysterious and consoling beauty.
The Dorm That Dripped Blood (1982)
The Dorm That Dripped Blood (also known as Pranks and Death Dorm) is a 1982 American slasher film directed by Stephen Carpenter and Jeffrey Obrow, and written by Carpenter and Stacey Giachino. It stars Laura Lapinski, Stephen Sachs, David Snow and Pamela Holland as four college students who stay on campus over the Christmas holiday to clear out a dormitory which is due for demolition. In the course of their work they are stalked by an unknown assailant who uses various industrial tools to dispatch his victims. It features actress Daphne Zuniga in her film debut.
The film was initially deemed to be a video nasty in the United Kingdom, but was later removed from the list.
Lovely But Deadly (1981)
Lovely But Deadly is a 1981 action film about a cheerleader who goes undercover to fight drug dealers. The film stars Lucinda Dooling, John Randolph, Mel Novak and Richard Herd.
Luther the Geek (1989)
Luther the Geek is a 1990 horror film that was released by Troma Entertainment. It was directed by Carlton J. Albright and stars Edward Terry in the titular role, with Stacy Haiduk and Joan Roth playing supporting roles.
Apollonian Story (2013)
A man spends 40 years carving a home for himself in the side of a limestone cliff near Tel Aviv.
Hi-Jack Highway (1955)
Jean, a lorry driver, inadvertently runs over the body of a dead gangster and soon finds himself in a race to save his skin and his name.
Sierra is a 1950 American Technicolor Western film directed by Alfred E. Green starring Audie Murphy, Wanda Hendrix and Burl Ives.
There Goes Kelly (1945)
There Goes Kelly is a 1945 American film directed by Phil Karlson. It was made for Monogram Pictures.
Bastards y Diablos (2015)
Two estranged half-brothers fulfill their dead father's will by traveling through Colombia to connect with family, their father's homeland, and each other.
New Town Original (2005)
A man looking for a better life finds things getting even worse when he meets in a girl.
The Fall Before Paradise (2004)
A man in a mental ward finds himself walking a line between dreams and reality.
Huckleberry Finn (1931)
Huckleberry Finn (1931) is an American pre-Code comedy film directed by Norman Taurog and starring Jackie Coogan as Tom Sawyer and Junior Durkin as Huckleberry Finn. The picture was based upon the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain.
Four friends locked in a shopping mall agree to play a cursed game.
Queen of the Seas (1961)
Queen of the Seas (Italian: Le avventure di Mary Read) is a 1961 adventure film directed by Umberto Lenzi and starring Lisa Gastoni and Jerome Courtland.
Curse of the Queerwolf (1988)
Curse of the Queerwolf is a 1988 comedy horror film directed by Mark Pirro. Michael Palazzolo and Kent Butler starred in the film.
Silent Night, Lonely Night (1969)
Silent Night, Lonely Night is a 1959 play by Robert Anderson.
Four Women (1975)
Four tales revolve around a prostitute, a virgin (Geethu Mohandas), a housewife (Manju Pillai) and an engaged woman (Nandita Das).
The Remnant (2001)
Murder holds a small Georgia town in the grip of fear during the first summer of the new millennium.
The Rover (1967)
L'avventuriero (internationally released as The Rover) is a 1967 Italian war-drama film directed by Terence Young and starring Anthony Quinn. It is based on the novel of the same name written by Joseph Conrad.
The Saracens (1963)
A young man returns from Venice and finds pirates in his castle.
Rêve et réalité (1901)
Bob agrees to finance Jason's horror film, and asks him to find the best groan in the history of cinema.
Zona rosa (2005)
Interviews with strippers give a glimpse of the gay strip club scene in Mexico's Zona Rosa district.
The Scarecrow (1920)
The Scarecrow is a 1920 American two-reel silent comedy film starring Buster Keaton. It was written and directed by Keaton and Edward F. Cline. The runtime is 19 minutes. One of the more memorable scenes of the film is the opening, where Buster and Joe Roberts share a small one room house that is filled with many space- and labor-saving Rube Goldberg-type devices. Later in the film, Keaton tries desperately and comically to outrun and escape Luke the Dog.
Pink Motel (1982)
Pink Motel is a 1982 American sex comedy film.
Kanyaka Talkies (2015)
Kanyaka Talkies is a 2013 Indian Malayalam-language film co-written and directed by K R Manoj in his feature directorial debut. It is based on a story by P. V. Shajikumar.
María Montez: The Movie (2014)
Dominican actress Maria Montez (Celines Toribio) achieves fame and popularity in Hollywood and Europe until her untimely death in 1951.
Adventures In Spying (1992)
During the dog days of his summer vacation, young Bernie Coulson stumbles onto the fact that one of his neighbors is a fugitive drug lord. Since no adult will believe him, Bernie is forced to rely upon his preteen friend to help him get the goods on the criminal.
Deadly Addiction (1988)
A Los Angeles police officer (Joseph Jennings) tracks down the leaders of a Hollywood drug ring.
Hawks is a 1988 British comedy film about two terminally ill patients, an English lawyer named Bancroft (Timothy Dalton) and a young Grid Iron player (Anthony Edwards), who decide to sneak out of their hospital rooms and live life to its fullest for whatever time they have left. Their goal is to reach a famous brothel in Amsterdam. Along the way, they encounter various characters including a pair of misfit British women played by Camille Coduri and Janet McTeer.
It was filmed on location in London's Charing Cross Hospital and in the Netherlands.
The film was directed by Robert Ellis Miller and based on a short story written by Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees and David English, and the screenplay was written by Roy Clarke. The musical score was composed by Gibb.
The film has been regarded by some as one of the most overlooked and underrated in Timothy Dalton's career.
Print Generation (1974)
J.J. Murphy's experimental film takes one minute of footage and reprints it 50 times, leading to radical transformations that illustrate perception, time and memory.
Every Face Has a Name (2015)
Filmmaker Magnus Gertten presents amazing stories of survival during World War II.
5 Against the House (1955)
5 Against the House is a 1955 American heist film noir based on a story by Jack Finney, starring Guy Madison, Brian Keith, and Kim Novak, in one of her first film appearances. It was directed by Phil Karlson. The movie centers on a fictional robbery of what was a real Nevada casino, Harold's Club. The supporting cast includes William Conrad. The screenplay was based on Jack Finney's 1954 novel of the same name, which was later serialized by Good Housekeeping magazine.
Love Is Not What It Used to Be (2013)
Alex and Lucia begin to discover each other; Paz and Jorge do not know what to do with their fading relationship; and Albert and Irene meet after decades of separation.
Curse of the Fourty-Niner (2002)
Curse of the Forty-Niner is a 2002 horror film directed by John Carl Buechler. It is known more commonly by its video title, Miner's Massacre.
My American Wife (1936)
My American Wife is a 1936 American comedy film directed by Harold Young and written by Elmer Davis, Edith Fitzgerald and Virginia Van Upp. The film stars Francis Lederer, Ann Sothern, Fred Stone, Billie Burke, Ernest Cossart and Grant Mitchell. The film was released on August 7, 1936, by Paramount Pictures.
A petty car thief gets locked inside a high-tech Porsche and its sadistic owner subjects him to various forms of torture by way of remote control. Who will win, man or machine?
Midnight Limited (1940)
Midnight Limited is a 1940 American mystery film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Harrison Carter and Charles Williams. The film stars John 'Dusty' King, Marjorie Reynolds, George Cleveland, Edward Keane, Monte Collins and I. Stanford Jolley. The film was released on March 20, 1940, by Monogram Pictures.
Missionary is a dramatic thriller about a single mom who gets romantically involved with a Mormon missionary. When she decides to get back with her ex, she discovers that the missionary is not who he seems, and will stop at nothing to get her back.
A woman (Dolores Heredia) goes on a quest to find the daughter she believes is alive somewhere in Mexico.
Betty Boop's Museum (1932)
Betty Boop's Museum is a 1932 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Koko the Clown and Bimbo.
The Tantalizing Fly (1919)
A housefly harasses a man and his drawing.
La passion de Bernadette (1990)
The peasant girl (Sydney Penny) who saw a vision of the Virgin Mary at Lourdes, France, enters the convent as an adult.
A Symphony of Summits: The Alps from Above (2013)
A flight over Mount Blanc and the Dolomites in an aerial journey that recounts the history and geography of the Alps.
A woman (Fanny Cottenon) and her friend (Ins de Medeiros) meet her daughter's former lover (Philippe Lotard) and spend the night on a boat named Pandora.
Out of Print (2014)
Filmmaker Julia Marchese explores the importance of revival cinema and 35mm exhibitions at places like the New Beverly Cinema.
Retour de manivelle (1957)
Retour de manivelle (English title: There's Always a Price Tag) is a 1957 French-language motion picture crime drama directed by Denys de La Patellière who co-wrote screenplay with Michel Audiard, based on the novel There's Always a Price Tag by James Hadley Chase. The film stars Michèle Morgan, Daniel Gélin and Michèle Mercier
Busy Bodies (1933)
Busy Bodies is a 1933 short comedy film starring Laurel and Hardy.
The House Across the Street (2013)
Odd occurrences at a neighboring home pique a young woman's natural curiosity. Her investigation leads to the discovery of a deep-seated evil that could tear her town apart.
Mystery of the Sacred Shroud (1978)
The Shroud of Turin is examined as a medieval hoax and as proof of the Crucifixion. Richard Burton narrates.
Accent on Youth (1935)
Accent on Youth is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Wesley Ruggles and written by Herbert Fields and Claude Binyon. The film stars Sylvia Sidney, Herbert Marshall, Phillip Reed, Holmes Herbert, Catherine Doucet and Astrid Allwyn. The film was released on August 23, 1935, by Paramount Pictures.
A Step Into the Dark (2014)
A Step into the Dark is a 2014 Slovak drama film directed by Miloslav Luther. It was selected as the Slovak entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated.
After the Tone (2014)
Onno's co-workers, friends and family leave him a series of voice mail messages after he disappears.
Nicholas on Holiday (2014)
Nicholas on Holiday (French: Les Vacances du Petit Nicolas) is a 2014 French family comedy film directed by Laurent Tirard, starring Mathéo Boisselier, Valérie Lemercier, Kad Merad, Dominique Lavanant, François-Xavier Demaison and Bouli Lanners. It is the sequel to the 2009 film Little Nicholas. The film was released in France on 9 July 2014.
Still Not Quite Human (1992)
Still Not Quite Human is a 1992 television film written and directed by Eric Luke and starring Jay Underwood and Alan Thicke. It is the third and final film in a series based on the Not Quite Human novels by Seth McEvoy. The story, which has a darker tone than the previous films, features the human-looking android, Chip, embarking on a mission to rescue his father, who has been kidnapped by a ruthless tycoon in order to acquire his knowledge of android technology. Robyn Lively does not return to reprise her role as Becky, but she is mentioned to have taken a job in another state.
Aristide and the Endless Revolution (2005)
Aristide and the Endless Revolution is a 2005 feature documentary directed and produced by Nicolas Rossier about former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide and the coup d'etat that ousted him from the country in 2004. Rossier was the first media professional to get exclusive access to Aristide while in exile and the resultant interview is featured in the film, as well as interviews with many experts on Haiti, including U.S. Representative Maxine Waters, noted economist Jeffrey Sachs and Aristide's lawyer Ira J. Kurzban.
Passion Holiday (1963)
Passion Holiday is a 1963 American film written and directed by Wynn Mavis. It starred Bobbi Shaw in an early role.
The Wizard Of Loneliness (1988)
The Wizard of Loneliness is a 1988 American drama film based on the 1966 book of the same name by John Nichols. It is notable for being the first film that David Moscow was cast in.
Secret of the Chinese Kung Fu (1977)
Martial-arts secrets are revealed after two sisters rescue a man from death in the sea.
Scalps is a 1983 American horror film directed by Fred Olen Ray that revolves around a vengeful Native American spirit.
The Prince of Homburg (1997)
The Prince of Homburg (Italian: Il principe di Homburg) is a 1997 Italian drama film directed by Marco Bellocchio, based on the play Der Prinz von Homburg by Heinrich von Kleist. It was entered into the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.
Undercover Agent (1939)
Undercover Agent is a 1939 American film directed by Howard Bretherton. The film is also known as Sweepstake Racketeers in the United Kingdom.
Pray 2: The Woods (2008)
Exactly one year after his first appearance, a mysterious masked villain is on the loose and striking fear into the hearts of his targets.
The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers (2013)
The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers is a 2013 American documentary film about former Israeli Prime Ministers, directed by Richard Trank. It was based on the book The Prime Ministers: An Intimate Narrative of Israeli Leadership written by Yehuda Avner, a former Israeli diplomat and speechwriter to Levi Eshkol, Golda Meir, Yitzhak Rabin, Menachem Begin and Shimon Peres. Moriah Films, a division of Simon Wiesenthal Center produced it.
Review aggregater Rotten Tomatoes rated it 33% fresh based on 12 reviews. Douglas was awarded the Genesis Prize in January 2015 for his involvement in Jewish cinema and his work for world peace.
Twisted Roots (2009)
After the death of his father, a law student (Mauricio Quintana) heads to Mexcio with his best friend (Cesar Rodriguez) in search of his grandparents.
The Taking of Beverly Hills (1991)
The Taking of Beverly Hills is a 1991 American action film, directed by Sidney J. Furie. The film stars Ken Wahl, Matt Frewer, Harley Jane Kozak and Robert Davi. In the film, football hero Boomer Hayes (Wahl) battles a group of ex-cops, who are using a chemical spill as a front to rob several homes and bank vaults in Beverly Hills. The film also features Pamela Anderson in her first film part in an uncredited role playing a cheerleader.
Mother Didn't Tell Me (1950)
Mother Didn't Tell Me is a 1950 American comedy film written and directed by Claude Binyon. The film stars Dorothy McGuire, William Lundigan, June Havoc, Gary Merrill, Jessie Royce Landis and Joyce MacKenzie. It is based on the book The Doctor Wears Three Faces by Mary Bard. The film was released on March 3, 1950, by 20th Century Fox.
Curse of the Headless Horseman (1972)
A headless horseman terrorizes a man (Marland Proctor) and his hippie friends at a ranch.
Mamaroš is a 2013 Serbian comedy film written and directed by Momčilo Mrdaković. It competed in the main competition section of the 35th Moscow International Film Festival.
My Wife's Best Friend (1952)
My Wife's Best Friend is a 1952 comedy film directed by Richard Sale, starring Anne Baxter and Macdonald Carey.
A frozen wasteland is the scene of an unusual game of life or death where the victims fight to remain alive.
Seduction: Three Tales from the 'Inner Sanctum' (1992)
The same two actors (Victoria Principal, John Terry) play three couples in a trilogy of quirky passion, spanning the 20th century.
More About the Children of Noisy Village (1987)
More About the Children of Noisy Village (Swedish: Mer om oss barn i Bullerbyn) is a Swedish film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 5 September 1987, directed by Lasse Hallström, based on the books about The Six Bullerby Children by Astrid Lindgren.
It is a sequel to The Children of Noisy Village which premiered the year before. The two movies were then reworked into a seven episode TV-series that was broadcast in 1989.
Victor finds refuge from the bustle of modern civilization in Central Africa, but his tranguility is threatened by the arrival of his ex-wife.
The Food Guide To Love (2013)
A food writer (Richard Coyle) and a Spanish activist (Leonor Watling) begin a dysfunctional romance.
Twisted Seduction (2010)
A mathematical genius (Tom Broadwell) uses his precise calculations to find a woman (Caroline Brassard) who he thinks is his perfect match. Hoping to make her fall in love with him faster, he kidnaps her.
The King's Surrender (2014)
The King's Surrender (German: Wir waren Könige) is a 2014 German thriller film directed by Philipp Leinemann.
When Mama Returns (2004)
A woman seeks forgiveness from the husband and daughter she abandoned 20 years earlier.
Devil and Angel (2015)
Devil and Angel is a 2015 Chinese comedy film directed by Yu Baimei and Deng Chao and starring Deng Chao and Sun Li. It was released in China on December 24, 2015.
Tonight Nobody Goes Home (1996)
Tonight Nobody Goes Home is a 1996 Taiwanese comedy film directed by Sylvia Chang. The film was selected as the Taiwanese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 69th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
The Runaway (1971)
Ricki (Gilda Texter) is a teenager who has run away from her safe, suburban life for a new experience in a free-wheeling commune in Los Angeles, leading her parents to hire Frank (William Smith), a weather-worn detective, to track her down and return her home. He succeeds in finding Ricki on the road, but in lieu of reporting back to her parents, he joins her on her quest to find herself. Ricki and Frank become inseparable until they encounter a stranger (Rita Murray) who comes between them.
The Movement (2015)
The unhinged leader of a militia roams the Pampas, where he kills and plunders settlers.
The Gold Bug (2014)
After an actor finds a treasure map, he persuades his next film's producers to move the production so he can better search for the hidden loot.
Night Boat to Dublin (1946)
Night Boat to Dublin is a 1946 British thriller film directed by Lawrence Huntington and starring Robert Newton, Raymond Lovell, Guy Middleton, Muriel Pavlow and Herbert Lom.