Caltiki, the Immortal Monster (1959)
Caltiki – The Immortal Monster (Italian: Caltiki – il mostro immortale) is a 1959 Italian-American science fiction horror film directed by Riccardo Freda and Mario Bava. The plot concerns a team of archaeologists investigating Mayan ruins who come across a shapeless monster. They manage to defeat it with fire, while keeping a sample of the monster. Meanwhile, a comet is due to pass close to Earth, the same comet which passed near the Earth at the time the Mayan civilization mysteriously collapsed. The film proposes the question "Is there a connection between the monster and the comet?"
A-Bombs Over Nevada (2016)
Kein Geldschrank geht von selber auf - Die Eddie-Chapman-Story (1971)
Das Menschlein Matthias (1941)
Für eine Nacht... und immer? (2015)
Alone in the Dark (1993)
The Colours of Infinity (1995)
The Sunday Night Slaughter (2018)
Partir, revenir (1985)
This melodrama, set in WW II during the French occupation, tells the story of the members of a Jewish family who flee the Germans and end up hiding in the country manse of two aristocrats. Unfortunately, the Gestapo finds them and they are sent to a concentration camp. The film then leaps ahead to 1985 where the daughter of the couple begins believing that her dead brother has been reincarnated as a famed pianist.
After the Dance (1935)
After the Dance is a 1935 American drama film directed by Leo Bulgakov and starring Nancy Carroll, George Murphy and Thelma Todd.
Color of the Ocean (2012)
Two refugees arrive in the Canary Islands and interact with a tourist and a cop.
Woman Chases Man (1937)
Woman Chases Man (1937) is a romantic comedy film starring Miriam Hopkins and Joel McCrea. This was the fifth and final film that Hopkins and McCrea made together, the others being The Richest Girl in the World, Barbary Coast, Splendor and These Three.
Eszter hagyatéka (2008)
A woman (Eszter Nagy-Klzy) reunites with the man (Gyrgy Cserhalmi) who stole her heart, and money, years earlier.
Through the Glass (2008)
Through the Glass is an 2008 American-Nigerian comedy film, written, directed and produced by Stephanie Okereke. The film was nominated for Best Screenplay at the 5th Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2009.
Holidays by the Sea (2011)
Holidays by the Sea (French: Ni à vendre ni à louer) is a 2011 French comedy film directed by Pascal Rabaté.
Safe Conduct (2002)
Safe Conduct (French: Laissez-passer) is a 2002 French historical drama film directed by Bertrand Tavernier and written by Tavernier and Jean Cosmos.
Derelict is a 1930 American Pre-Code adventure film directed by Rowland V. Lee and written by Grover Jones and William Slavens McNutt. The film stars George Bancroft, Jessie Royce Landis and William "Stage" Boyd. The film was released on November 22, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.
As he prepares to celebrate the signing of an important contract, a wealthy businessman (Corbin Bernsen) faces betrayal from all sides.
Air: The Musical (2010)
Air: The Musical is an independent feature film directed by Jeremy Osbern. The movie received screenings in 2007 and 2008, and was officially released to DVD on 6 April 2010. AIR: The Musical was filmed and produced in Lawrence, Kansas between the years of 2004 and 2008.
The lives of several residents (Pernilla August, Jakob Eklund, Marie Richardson) of a small Swedish town change over the course of 24 hours.
Charter Pilot (1940)
Charter Pilot is a 70-minute 1940 drama film, directed by Eugene Forde and produced by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. The film stars Lynn Bari, Lloyd Nolan, Arleen Whelan and George Montgomery. Charter Pilot depicts pilots flying cargo flights in the Honduras.
The Man Who Wouldn't Talk (1940)
The Man Who Wouldn't Talk is a 1940 mystery film directed by David Burton and starring Lloyd Nolan, Jean Rogers and Richard Clarke. It is a remake of the 1929 film The Valiant which had starred Paul Muni, and based on a play of the same name. It was Nolan's first film for Twentieth Century Fox, where he went on to be a successful star of B Movie mysteries such as the Michael Shayne series. Nolan's portrayal of the lead character was deliberately more subdued than Muni's had been and the film was "opened up" with the addition of flashback scenes and other devices to make it less dialogue-based than the original.
Power Play (2002)
Power Play is a 2003 American action film directed by Joseph Zito and starring Dylan Walsh, Alison Eastwood, Tobin Bell and Brixton Karnes.
Fort Courageous (1965)
Fort Courageous is a 1965 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Richard H. Landau. The film stars Fred Beir, Don "Red" Barry, Hanna Landy, Harry Lauter, Walter Reed and Joe Patridge. The film was released on May 1, 1965, by 20th Century Fox.
Birds, Orphans and Fools (1969)
Birds, Orphans and Fools (Slovak: Vtáčkovia, siroty a blázni) is a 1969 Czechoslovak film directed by Juraj Jakubisko. The film is about three people who are all orphaned by political violence. Set in an unspecified time and place, the movie is a parable about three people who face a tough, violent world and survive by adopting a childlike philosophy of life and live a life of foolish, joyful denial.
The film was released in 1969 and was shown that year at an international film festival in Sorrento, Italy. Soon after, though, the film was banned by the Soviet regime until the end of 1989.
Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence (1939)
Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence is a 1939 drama film written by Dalton Trumbo, directed by Ricardo Cortez, and starring Glenn Ford. Jean Rogers and Ward Bond. The supporting cast features Marjorie Rambeau and Richard Conte.
A widower (Fridtjov Sheim) finds that he is ill-equipped to deal with the responsibilities of single parenthood.
An Ambiguous Report About the End of the World (1997)
An Ambiguous Report About the End of the World (Czech: Nejasná zpráva o konci světa) is a 1997 Czech film directed by Juraj Jakubisko. It is a symbolic story of ill-fated love set in central Europe.
Lovespell is a 1981 fantasy romantic tragedy film featuring Richard Burton as King Mark of Cornwall. It was directed by Tom Donovan. Originally filmed in 1979, this film got released for limited screenings in theaters in 1981. It is based on the classic saga of Tristan and Isolde, which was also the basis for the 2006 film Tristan and Isolde.
The Silver Chalice (1954)
The Silver Chalice is a 1954 American historical epic film from Warner Bros., based on Thomas B. Costain's 1952 novel of the same name. The film, produced and directed by Victor Saville, marked the acting debut of Paul Newman.
An unexpected pregnancy tests the relationship of a teenage couple (Adriana Alvarez, Edgar Romn).
Blue is an American western film in Panavision anamorphic, released by Paramount Pictures on May 10, 1968. Directed by Silvio Narizzano, it stars Terence Stamp, Joanna Pettet, Karl Malden, Ricardo Montalban and Stathis Giallelis.
Intimate Relations is a 1953 British drama film directed by Charles Frank. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.
A young woman walks through the streets of a city until a man chases her down an alley and knocks her down.
The New Republic (2011)
In the near future, a powerful government agency blackmails a young journalist to spy on a nationalist group.
Code Blue (2011)
Code Blue is a 2011 Dutch drama film written and directed by Urszula Antoniak and starring Bien de Moo der. It was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.
Tonite Let's All Make Love in London (1967)
Filmmaker Peter Whitehead films a performance by Pink Floyd at London's UFO Club in 1966, with footage of the celebrity audience including John Lennon.
Hypnotized and Hysterical (Hairstylist Wanted) (2002)
Hypnotized and Hysterical (Hairstylist Wanted) (original title: Filles perdues, cheveux gras) is a 2002 French musical comedy-drama film about the crossing paths of three lost young women. It was directed by Claude Duty.
The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on 17 May 2002.
Don't Gamble with Love (1936)
Don't Gamble with Love is a 1936 American drama film directed by Dudley Murphy and starring Ann Sothern, Bruce Cabot and Irving Pichel.
Bananas!* is a 2009 Swedish documentary directed by Fredrik Gertten about a conflict between the Dole Food Company and banana plantation workers in Nicaragua over alleged cases of sterility caused by the pesticide DBCP.
The film was criticized by Dole for containing "patent falsehoods". After a screening at the Los Angeles Film Festival in June 2009, Gertten was sued for defamation by Dole on 8 July. The lawsuit was preceded by threats of legal action from Dole aimed against the LA Film Festival, which resulted in sponsors pulling support and the film being removed from competition. Dole dropped their lawsuit against Fredrik Gertten and Bananas!* on 15 October 2009.
In September 2009, the Swedish parliament members Mats Johansson (M) and Luciano Astudillo (S) took the initiative of displaying the movie in the Parliament of Sweden, this being its premiere in Sweden.
In late 2010 a court in Los Angeles decided in favor of the movie crew, making it possible to release the film in the USA. A judge awarded the filmmakers nearly $200,000 in fees and costs.
In 2011, Gertten directed the film Big Boys Gone Bananas!* about how the company was sued by Dole.
Riders of the Badlands (1941)
A Texas Ranger's uncanny resemblance to a wanted outlaw results in his own arrest by a fellow lawman.
Deewana Mastana (1997)
Deewana Mastana is a 1997 Indian Hindi romantic comedy directed by David Dhawan. The film stars Anil Kapoor, Govinda and Juhi Chawla in pivotal roles. Johnny Lever, Anupam Kher, Reema Lagoo, Shakti Kapoor, Saeed Jaffrey and Kader Khan have supporting roles, while Salman Khan makes a special appearance. This film was dedicated to Manmohan Desai. This film borrows some elements from the 1991 Hollywood comedy, What About Bob?. Johnny Lever received the Filmfare award for Best Comedian for his performance on this film. The film was a success upon its release.
Mother Courage and Her Children (1961)
In 17th-century Europe, a woman struggles to keep her children alive as she follows various armies selling goods -- and her body -- to the soldiers.
Cose di Cosa Nostra (1971)
Gang War (Italian: Cose di Cosa Nostra) is a 1971 criminal comedy film written and directed by Steno and starring Carlo Giuffré, Pamela Tiffin, Vittorio De Sica, Aldo Fabrizi, Jean-Claude Brialy and Salvo Randone.
A Trip (2012)
A Trip is a 2011 Slovenian drama film directed by Nejc Gazvoda. The film was selected as the Slovenian entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
Wings Over The Pacific (1943)
Wings Over the Pacific is a 60-minute 1943 drama film, directed by Phil Rosen and produced by Monogram Pictures. The film stars Inez Cooper, Edward Norris and Montagu Love. Wings Over the Pacific depicts an island community in the South Pacific caught up in World War II.
Shadows on the Wall (1986)
A reporter becomes the target of a murderer when he starts investigating a fifty-year-old murder/suicide case.
The Girl in the Sneakers (1999)
The Girl in the Sneakers is a 1999 Iranian drama film directed by Rasul Sadr Ameli.
Saving America's Horses: A Nation Betrayed (2012)
Filmmaker Katia Louise delves into how laws -- designed to protect wild and domestic horses, the public and the environment -- are frequently ignored for the sake of corporate and government interests, especially when it comes to slaughter.
Live Like a Cop, Die Like a Man (1976)
Live Like a Cop, Die Like a Man (Italian: Uomini si nasce poliziotti si muore) is a 1976 Italian poliziotteschi crime film, directed by Ruggero Deodato and starring Marc Porel and Ray Lovelock. Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino said the film is "one of the greatest titles of all time, and it lives up to its name!"
El leyton (2003)
Chilean fisherman Leyton (Juan Pablo Sez) and his co-worker, Modesto (Luis Wigdorsky), are best friends. After Modesto marries the sultry Marta (Siboney Lo), however, it's not long before she grows restless and sets her sights on Leyton. This leads to an affair between Marta and Leyton that threatens more than just her marriage and his friendship with Modesto. As the plot unfurls, Leyton must face up to his actions, which may carry dire consequences.
Demon Exorcism: The Devil Inside Maxwell Bastas (2013)
Maxwell (Michael Mili) is plagued by uncontrollable anger and realizes he is grappling with Beelzebub, the lord of the flies, who wants Max to commit suicide. Many people help Max in his fight, but it culminates in a battle with Satan.
Beatific Vision (2008)
A dead man's spirit guides his partner (Michael Vega) to a new relationship.
Riders of the Rio Grande (1943)
Riders of the Rio Grande is a 1943 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by Howard Bretherton and starring Bob Steele, Tom Tyler, Jimmie Dodd.
Friday The Thirteenth (1933)
On a rainy London night at a minute before midnight on Friday the thirteenth, lightening strikes a bus forcing it to topple into the path of another coach. At that point Big Ben starts to wind backwards and flashbacks take us to the events that led this disparate group of passengers being on this bus on this night. From the confidence artist to the high society wife, what is it that brought them here? And who will survive?
Directed by key British director and producer Victor Saville (South Riding, Goodbye, Mr Chips) and featuring an early film performance by the legendary British comedian Max Miller, this spooky and unsettling drama is slice of British early horror cinema worth savouring on the big screen and something very different from the American films with which it shares its name.
Activists and a genetic scientist (Brion James) are trapped in a lab with what might have been a cat.
Kirikou and the Men and Women (2012)
Join Kirikou, the beloved feisty young boy with a big heart, as he helps to save his fellow villagers from a whole host of crazy mishaps. Told through the eyes of Kirikou’s grandfather, The Wise Man who lives in the Forbidden Mountain, the stories mix mythology, fable, humour and wit to tell tales of courage and learning the ways of the world. Follow Kirikou as he uses his courage and intelligence to help his family and friends when a number of problems arise in his village.
The Way We Live Now (1970)
A mid-life crisis propels a disaffected advertising executive out of his marriage and into a series of disastrous love affairs with a series of women. He will eventually return to his wife, chastened.
A Cricket in The Court of Akbar (2009)
A classical player of Indian music has a cultural clash with western culture.
Mystery Woman (1935)
Mystery Woman is a 1935 American thriller film directed by Eugene Forde and written by Philip MacDonald. The film stars Mona Barrie, Gilbert Roland, John Halliday, Rod La Rocque, Mischa Auer and Billy Bevan. The film was released on January 8, 1935, Fox Film Corporation.
Ride on Vaquero (1941)
Ride on Vaquero is a 1941 American Western film directed by Herbert I. Leeds and written by Samuel G. Engel. The film stars Cesar Romero, Mary Beth Hughes, Lynne Roberts, Chris-Pin Martin, Robert Lowery and Ben Carter. The film was released on April 18, 1941, by 20th Century Fox.
Frontier Gun (1958)
Frontier Gun is a 1958 American Western film directed by Paul Landres and written by Stephen Kandel. The film stars John Agar, Joyce Meadows, Barton MacLane, Robert Strauss, Lyn Thomas and James Griffith. The film was released on December 1, 1958, by 20th Century Fox.
The Man with the Twisted Lip (1921)
The Man with the Twisted Lip is a 1921 British film directed by Maurice Elvey. It is the eighth film in Stoll's Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series starring Eille Norwood as the detective.
Three vignettes pose the question: What is the greatest part of all knowledge.
Lost in Limehouse (1933)
Sheerluck Jones is called in to rescue a woman from Chinese gangsters.
Young Jesse James (1960)
Young Jesse James is a 1960 American adventure film directed by William F. Claxton and written by Orville H. Hampton and Jerry Sackheim. The film stars Ray Stricklyn, Willard Parker, Merry Anders, Robert Dix, Emile Meyer and Jacklyn O'Donnell. The film was released on August 2, 1960, by 20th Century Fox.
In Harm's Way (2011)
The best thing in Michael's life is his girlfriend and with no aspirations Michael gets caught up with some old friends, now drug dealers. They find themselves in a life and death situation recovering stolen drugs for an international criminal.
Twelve Hours to Kill (1960)
Twelve Hours to Kill a.k.a. 12 Hours to Kill is a 1960 crime/drama film starring Nico Minardos and Barbara Eden.
In Another Lifetime (2011)
Near the end of World War II, Nazis force Hungarian Jews into a death march.
The Irish in Us (1935)
The Irish in Us is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Lloyd Bacon and starring James Cagney, Pat O'Brien, and Olivia de Havilland. Written by Earl Baldwin based on a story by Frank Orsatti, the film is about an Irish family consisting of a mother and three sons: a cop, a fireman, and a boxing promoter. Encouraged to find a real job, the boxing promoter makes one last attempt by promoting a fighter he believes will bring him a fortune. The Irish in US was released in the United States by Warner Bros. Pictures on August 3, 1935.
Twin Husbands (1933)
Twin Husbands is a 1933 American Pre-Code film directed by Frank R. Strayer.
Divorced California fathers (Alan Alda, Doug McClure) meet and secretly begin dating each other's ex-wives.
Dead to the World (1961)
Suspected of murdering a high government official, a State Department employee sets out to hunt down the real killer.
Achilles' Love (2004)
Two people (Mather Zickel, Claudia Besso) meet and fall in love, but circumstances and misunderstandings threaten their new relationship.
Deadwood Pass (1933)
A federal agent disguises himself as a notorious outlaw to trick a gang into revealing the whereabouts of stolen loot.
Burning Man: The Burning Sensation (2002)
Filmmaker Alex Nohe documents the annual art/lifestyle festival in the Nevada desert.
The Devil's Foot (1921)
The Devil's Foot is a 1921 British short film directed by Maurice Elvey.
Dead Wrong (1983)
Three fugitives come upon a mountain hideaway inhabited by a recluse monk.
Virginia's Run (2002)
Virginia's Run is a 2002 Canadian-American independent family drama/coming of age film. The movie was filmed in Shelburne, Nova Scotia. The original screenplay was written by Valarie Trapp about her maternal grandmother, Virginia.
The post-9/11 relationship between the United States and Canada continues to change.
Death of a Killer (1964)
An ex-con finds revenge is sweet when a confrontation with his betrayer is arranged by a crime czar.
A group of people are brought together when they're trapped by an avalanche of snow.
La Scoumoune ("Bad luck") is a 1972 French film directed by José Giovanni, starring Jean Paul Belmondo, Claudia Cardinale and Michel Constantin. It is an adaption of Giovanni's novel L'Excommunié.
La Scoumoune is a remake of a 1961 French movie, A Man Named Rocca, directed by Jean Becker, also based on Giovanni's novel and starring Belmondo in the same part.
Tomahawk Trail (1957)
Tomahawk Trail is a 1957 Western film starring Chuck Connors.
Bad Seeds (2012)
Louis (Emile Berling), the headmaster's son, releases his dark side when he helps his troublemaking friend, Greg (Kvin Azas), kidnap Camille (Sarah Stern).
Sacred Places (2009)
A chronicle of a poor but lively neighborhood in the capital of Burkina Faso.
Le téléphone rose (1975)
A French factory owner forsakes virtually everything for the love of a prostitute who cares more for her work than him.
Fate of a Man (1959)
Fate of a Man (Russian: Судьба человека, translit. Sudba Cheloveka), also released as A Man's Destiny and Destiny of a Man is a 1959 Soviet film adaptation of the novel by Mikhail Sholokhov, and also the directorial debut of Sergei Bondarchuk. In the year of its release it won the Grand Prize at the 1st Moscow International Film Festival; Bondarchuk would win again for the first part of his colossal adaption of Tolstoy's War and Peace, titled Andrei Bolkonsky, six years later.
Valley of the Redwoods (1960)
Valley of the Redwoods is a 1960 American action film directed by William Witney and written by Leo Gordon and Daniel Madison. The film stars John Hudson, Lynette Bernay, Ed Nelson, Michael Forest, Robert Shayne and John Brinkley. The film was released on May 8, 1960, by 20th Century Fox.
20,000 Eyes (1961)
20,000 Eyes is a 1961 American drama film directed by Jack Leewood and written by Jack W. Thomas. The film stars Gene Nelson, Merry Anders, James Brown, John Banner, Judith Rawlins and Robert Shayne. The film was released on June 14, 1961, by 20th Century Fox.
Claude Miller's final film stars Audrey Tautou as the titular character who is desperate to escape the confines of a stifling marriage in 1920s France. Society fails to understand Thérèse's anguish at her situation, which has left her with no choice but to take drastic action. The film is anchored by a performance of subtlety and depth by Tautou, who is ably matched by Gilles Lellouche as her husband. Thérèse Desqueyroux is a breathtaking period drama of emotional, suspenseful and lavish cinematic scope.
The Devil in Love (1966)
The Devil in Love (Italian: L'arcidiavolo) is a 1966 Italian fantasy-comedy film. It stars Vittorio Gassman and Gabriele Ferzetti.
The Devil Is Driving (1937)
The Devil Is Driving is a 1937 American drama film directed by Harry Lachman and starring Richard Dix, Joan Perry and Nana Bryant.
The Devil's Agent (1962)
The Devil's Agent (German: Im Namen des Teufels) is a 1962 drama film directed by John Paddy Carstairs and starring Peter van Eyck, Marianne Koch, Christopher Lee and Macdonald Carey. It was a co-production between Britain, West Germany and the Republic of Ireland. It was based on a novel by Hans Habe. It is set in East Germany during the Cold War.
The Devil's Blast (1960)
Haroum Tazreff focuses on the phenomenon of volcanoes, capturing the brilliant display of an actual eruption.
Más allá del jardín (1996)
Beyond the Garden (Spanish: Más allá del jardín) is a 1996 Spanish drama film directed by Pedro Olea.
Wild Horse Stampede (1943)
Wild Horse Stampede is a 1943 American Western film, directed by Alan James and starring Ken Maynard and Hoot Gibson playing marshals with their own names in the manner of Gene Autry and Roy Rogers. It was the first of eight Monogram Pictures "The Trail Blazers" film series, replacing the studio's Range Busters series.
Beau Brummell (1954)
Captain "Beau" Brummell complains to the designer of his regiment's uniform...who just happens to be the Prince of Wales. It's an unlikely beginning to a great friendship, one that leads swordsman and dandy Brummell into lofty circles, into royal intrigue, and into the arms of lovely Lady Patricia.
Killer Bees (2002)
A sheriff (C. Thomas Howell) tries to save unsuspecting townspeople, including his estranged wife and young daughter, from a deadly swarm.