Leeches! is a 2003 horror film directed by David DeCoteau.
Jane And The Lost City (1987)
Jane and the Lost City was a 1987 UK film, based on the British newspaper strip Jane by Norman Pett. An adventure comedy set during World War II, the film was directed by Terry Marcel, and stars Kirsten Hughes in the title role, Sam Jones, Maud Adams, Jasper Carrott and Robin Bailey.
A young director and his main actor isolate themselves on a remote island to work on a script.
Ladies Room (1999)
Have you ever wondered what goes on in the ladies room... This romantic comedy takes a step into this forbidden zone where hearts are broken, dreams renewed, lives changed and the deepest secrets revealed.
La Salada (2014)
In a bustling market outside of Buenos Aires, a Bolivian immigrant becomes friends with a Korean immigrant.
The Chef, The Actor, The Scoundrel (2013)
The Chef, the Actor, the Scoundrel is a 2013 Chinese comedy film directed by Guan Hu, starring Liu Ye, Zhang Hanyu and Huang Bo. The film is meant to be "mass entertainment", in the words of Guan, who also co-wrote the screenplay. The film is set in 1942, during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Much of the plot revolves around the fates of two Japanese scientists who are captured in Beiping (Beijing) by the three title characters, who have trouble deciding what to do with them.
Through the Air (2015)
Through the Air (French title: La résistance de l'air) is a 2015 French-Belgian drama film directed by Fred Grivois. The film concerns an air rifle champion who becomes embroiled in a dangerous plot after accepting a well-paid job offer. The film stars Reda Kateb and Ludivine Sagnier.
Cynara is an American Pre-Code 1932 romantic drama film about a British lawyer who pays a heavy price for an affair. It stars Ronald Colman, Kay Francis and Phyllis Barry. It is based on the 1928 novel An Imperfect Lover by Robert Gore-Browne.
Conrad Brooks vs. the Werewolf (1994)
Conrad has to stop a werewolf (Rocky Nelson) before it kills him.
Hell Divers (1932)
Hell Divers is a 1932 American film starring Wallace Beery and Clark Gable as a pair of competing chief petty officers in early naval aviation. The film, made with the cooperation of the United States Navy, features considerable footage of flight operations on board the Navy's second aircraft carrier, the USS Saratoga, including dramatic shots of takeoffs and landings filmed from the Curtiss F8C-4 Helldiver dive bombers after which the movie was named. Hell Divers was officially Gable's first "starring" role and filmed before he grew his trademark mustache. Gable had appeared in a minor supporting role in another Beery film, The Secret Six, earlier the same year. For Gable, Hell Divers was not a pleasant experience since he was again billed beneath Beery, an actor he personally disliked. Three years later, Gable would be billed over Beery in the lavish epic China Seas, one of only four films during the sound era in which Beery did not receive top billing. Other actors appearing include Conrad Nagel, Dorothy Jordan, Marjorie Rambeau and Marie Prevost. An uncredited Robert Young appears near the end of the film in a speaking role as Graham, a pilot.
The Boneyard (1991)
The Boneyard is a 1991 American direct-to-video horror film directed by James Cummins.
Thieves Fall Out (1941)
Thieves Fall Out is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Ray Enright and written by Charles Grayson and Ben Markson. The film stars Eddie Albert, Joan Leslie, Jane Darwell, Alan Hale, Sr., William T. Orr and John Litel. The film was released by Warner Bros. on May 3, 1941.
Chaarfutiya Chhokare (2014)
Chaarfutiya Chhokare is a 2014 Indian Hindi-language thriller film, written and directed by Manish Harishankar and produced by Sunill Khosla & Vibha Dutta Khosla. The storyline is based on the subject of child-trafficking. The film features Soha Ali Khan, Seema Biswas and Zakir Hussain.
The film was released on 26 September 2014, to mixed reviews.
Sidecar Racers (1975)
Sidecar Racers is a 1975 Australian film about an Australian motorcycle rider (John Clayton) who teams up with an American surfer (Ben Murphy).
Barnie et ses petites contrariétés (2001)
After finding out about each other, a married man's (Fabrice Luchini) male and female (Marie Gillain) lovers pose as a couple and visit him at home.
Bad Reception (2011)
Ben finds a television on the side of the road and in the middle of the night, then the TV turns on, and images of a fanatical priest hell-bent on judging sinners appears.
Magkasangga 2000 (1992)
A band of law enforcers must stop an interplanetary outlaw from killing people on Earth.
A Dark Reflection (2015)
A Dark Reflection is a 2015 British independent investigative thriller film directed and produced by former British Airways airline captain Tristan Loraine. Billed as Erin Brockovich meets All the President's Men and as a fact-based investigative thriller, the film is based on the director's own experience as a commercial pilot.
The film was made largely by volunteers with funding from unions, passenger groups and concerned aviation figures. It is said to be based on actual events surrounding the issue of Aerotoxic Syndrome. The film involves an air traffic controller who is suspended after a serious in-flight incident, and a series of cover-ups dating back decades.
Smugglers' Cove (1948)
Smuggler's Cove is a 1948 comedy film starring The Bowery Boys. The film was released on October 10, 1948 by Monogram Pictures and is the eleventh film in the series.
Lonely Hearts (1991)
Lonely Hearts is a 1991 American thriller film written and directed by Andrew Lane and starring Eric Roberts and Beverly D'Angelo.
Man In The Street (2013)
Kuda is hired by a reality TV show to defend a house for six months against intruders. Problems arise when he is forced to kill one of the attackers and the killing is heralded by the public.
Grievous Bodily Harm (1988)
Grievous Bodily Harm is a 1988 Australian crime film directed by Mark Joffe starring Colin Friels and John Waters.
Fabiola (UK title: The Fighting Gladiator) is a 1949 Italian language motion picture historical drama directed by Alessandro Blasetti, very loosely based on the 1854 novel Fabiola by Nicholas Patrick Wiseman. The film stars Michèle Morgan, Henri Vidal and Michel Simon. It tells the story of the Roman Empire in which Christianity is growing around the 4th century AD.
The Magic Sword (1962)
The Magic Sword (also known as St. George and the Dragon, St. George and the Seven Curses (the film's original title), and The Seven Curses of Lodac) is a 1962 live action fantasy film, mainly aimed at children, based loosely on the medieval legend of Saint George and the Dragon. The film appeared on a 1992 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000. In a highly unusual admission, characters Joel Robinson and Tom Servo said the movie was "pretty good for a Bert I. Gordon film" during a theater segment (though Crow T. Robot seemed to disagree). The writers of the show continued the praise in their Amazing Colossal Episode Guide. In 2015, the film was spoofed by Rifftrax.
That Is the Dawn (1956)
Cela s'appelle l'aurore (English: This is Called Dawn) is a 1956 Franco-Italian film, directed by Luis Buñuel. It was written by Buñuel and Jean Ferry, based on a novel by Emmanuel Roblès.
Todas mías (2013)
Lucas' therapist recommends a return to the wild to help Lucas overcome his sex addiction.
Triple Cross (2005)
Crafty club owner Alex, played by well known actor Charlie Robinson (Night Court, Antwone Fisher, Set It Off), and his right hand man Sonny, played by Ralph Tresvant (Barbershop Blues, lead singer for the recording group New Edition) team up with a trio of Hispanic thugs, the Bandidos, to carry out their gangster activities using Alex's club as a cover. But when Bandido's leader Eduardo falls in love with a woman involved in their last robbery, their alliance is soon jeopardize. Realizing that Eduardo isn't taking heed to his warnings, Alex decides to get rid of the Bandidos. Feeling betrayed, the Bandidos decide to force a showdown on Alex and Sonny. Who will prevail in the final confrontation?
Mera Pind: My Home (2008)
Mera Pind is a Punjabi film released on 20 September 2008, directed and produced Manmohan Singh. The film stars Harbhajan Mann, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Kimi Verma and Gurpreet Ghuggi.
Air Cadet (1951)
Air Cadet (aka Jet Men of the Air in its UK release) is a 1951 American drama war film directed by Joseph Pevney and starring Stephen McNally, Gail Russell, Alex Nicol and Richard Long. Air Cadet featured United States Air Force (USAF) pilots in training along with actors mixed into the training courses. The film had a small early role for 26-year-old Rock Hudson and a scene with future astronaut Gus Grissom.
A Woman (1915)
A Woman was Charlie Chaplin's ninth film for Essanay Films. It was made in Los Angeles at the Majestic Studio and released in 1915.
A pop star takes a young woman under her wing and helps her find fame and fortune as a singer in a band.
Stacey is a 1973 exploitation film directed by Andy Sidaris. Half the budget was provided by Roger Corman for his New World Pictures the rest was raised by Sidaris. It was re-released in 1975 as Stacy and Her Gangbusters.
Jimmy Zip (1999)
A 16-year-old pyromaniac and a sculptor team up to bring down an unscrupulous drug dealer.
Christmas Slay (2015)
What begins as a perfect holiday with old friends in the Scottish Highlands becomes a bloodbath of terror as a Santa-obsessed killer descends on the festivities.
Waking Up Horton (1999)
The spirit of a wacky American Indian returns to Earth to help two children search for buried treasure.
Seduction in a Small Town (1997)
Deciding to leave their hometown to start a farm, Paul (Brian McNamara) and Sarah Jenks (Melissa Gilbert) set out with their son (Joel Palmer) and daughter (Ashley Doty) to start a new life in a small town. However, Sarah immediately rubs their neighbors the wrong way with her self-righteousness, which will come back to haunt her. When Sandy Barlow (Joely Fisher), a drifter envious of Sarah's life, falsely accuses her of child abuse, Sarah finds the townsfolk take Barlow's word over hers.
Lonely Wives (1931)
Lonely Wives is a 1931 American comedy film directed by Russell Mack and produced by E.B. Derr for Pathé Exchange, and was distributed by RKO Pictures after the merger of the two studios; it starred Edward Everett Horton, Esther Ralston, Laura La Plante, and Patsy Ruth Miller. The screenplay was written by Walter DeLeon, based upon a successful German Vaudeville act entitled Tanzanwaltz, penned by Pordes Milo, Walter Schütt, and Dr. Eric Urban. The German production had been translated for the American stage by DeLeon and Mark Swan and, under the same title as the film.
Love on the Side (2004)
Love on the Side is a 2004 romance comedy film about a small town waitress who seeks the attention of a most eligible bachelor. The film stars Marla Sokoloff, Jennifer Tilly and Monika Schnarre, is written by Brigitte Talevski and directed by Vic Sarin.
Shadowless Sword (2005)
Shadowless Sword is a 2005 South Korean film starring Lee Seo-jin, Yoon So-yi, and Shin Hyun-joon. A martial arts epic filmed in China, the film follows the exploits of the last prince of the Balhae Kingdom, who hides his identity in a small village until he is called to battle invaders from Khitan. It was released in North America, the United Kingdom and Ireland by New Line Cinema on DVD as The Legend of the Shadowless Sword.
Let It Be Me (1995)
Let It Be Me is a 1995 musical film starring Campbell Scott, Jennifer Beals, Yancy Butler, Leslie Caron, James Goodwin and Patrick Stewart. It was written and directed by Eleanor Bergstein. It was released by Savoy Pictures.
The Liberation of L.B. Jones (1970)
The Liberation of L.B. Jones is a 1970 American drama film directed by William Wyler, his final project in a career that spanned 45 years.
The screenplay by Jesse Hill Ford and Stirling Silliphant is based on Ford's 1965 novel The Liberation of Lord Byron Jones. The novel, in turn, was based on events that happened in a Southern town where writer Ford lived. After he wrote the book, he was verbally attacked for writing about the events that had occurred in his town. The motion picture's release added to the controversy, especially in Humboldt, Tennessee, where Ford lived.
The film stars Roscoe Lee Browne, Lee J. Cobb, Lola Falana, Anthony Zerbe, Lee Majors, Arch Johnson, Yaphet Kotto, Eve McVeagh, Chill Wills and Barbara Hershey in a much earlier role.
Harry and Walter Go To New York (1976)
Two vaudevillians who work as conmen on the side attempt to rob a bank before a legendary bank robber can beat them to it.
Hot potato (1976)
Hot Potato also known as Twist the Tiger's Tail is a 1976 action film written and directed by Oscar Williams. The film was a Fred Weintraub and Paul Heller production starring Jim Kelly. Jim Kelly also arranged his own fight scenes. Hot Potato was filmed on location in Chiang Mai, Thailand. It is a follow-up to Black Belt Jones. The film was distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.
This film came along toward the end of one genre in film and helped mark the beginning of a new genre. It provides a bridge from what is commonly known as blaxploitation film to the kung fu genre made popular by Bruce Lee. Hot Potato and films like it entertained the same audience as the popular black films of the early seventies i.e. Super Fly, Shaft, and Black Caesar which were opposed by the activist organizations NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) and CORE (Congress of Racial Equality). However, such films also provided an international audience. This phenomenon meant the same amount of money could be invested to make a film with less political hassle and more profits.
Hedda is a 1975 film adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler. It stars Peter Eyre, Glenda Jackson and Patrick Stewart and was directed by Trevor Nunn.
This was the first (and so far the only) major theatrical film version of the play in English. Previous productions of the play in English with sound had all been made for television.
It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress (Glenda Jackson). The film was also screened at the 1976 Cannes Film Festival, but wasn't entered into the main competition.
Indian Summer (1993)
Indian Summer is a 1993 comedy drama film written and directed by Mike Binder. The movie was filmed at Camp Tamakwa, a summer camp in Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada, Binder attended for 10 summers as a child. Indian Summer features an ensemble cast, including Binder's childhood friend, film director Sam Raimi, who has a supporting role in it.
Imprint is a 2007 independent drama/thriller film co-written and directed by Michael Linn and produced by Chris Eyre.
A Hijacking (2012)
A Hijacking (Danish: Kapringen) is a 2012 Danish thriller film written and directed by Tobias Lindholm about a ship hijacking. Pilou Asbæk and Søren Malling star as a cook taken hostage and the CEO that attempts to negotiate for his release, respectively. It premiered at the 69th Venice International Film Festival.
The Hawk (1993)
The Hawk is a 1993 British film starring Helen Mirren, George Costigan, Rosemary Leach, Owen Teale and Melanie Hill.
Humanoids From The Deep (1980)
A race of scientifically created half-human, half-salmon monstrosities lay siege to a Pacific Northwest fishing village. In horrific fashion, the mutated creatures kill the men and mate with the women in order to reproduce. Can the Humanoids From the Deep be stopped before they destroy mankind as we know it? The cult classic returns in a 30th Anniversary Special Edition with brand new extras! The complete unrated international version is available for the first time, containing the long-lost "head-ripped-off" scene. Soundtrack scored by Oscar-winning composer James Horner (Avatar, Titanic, Braveheart). Creature design from Oscar-winning make-up artist Rob Bottin (Total Recall, The Thing, Robocop, Se7en).
Killers 2: The Beast (2002)
Trapped in a maximum security insane asylum, a girl must escape not only the psychological demons which inhabit her own mind, but also a band of killers determined to silence her forever.
Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl (2008)
Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl is a 2009 Japanese gore film. It was directed by Yoshihiro Nishimura and Naoyuki Tomomatsu and premiered at the New York Asian Film Festival in June 2009. It is based on a manga of the same name by Shungiku Uchida.
Kiss Or Kill (1997)
Kiss or Kill is a 1997 Australian thriller about two lovers and fugitives from the law who are pursued across the Australian Outback. The film was written and directed by Bill Bennett, and stars Frances O'Connor and Matt Day.
"After a robbery scam that goes bad, lovers Nikki and Al take off into the Australian outback, pursued by the police and a malevolent footballer named Zipper Doyle, and meet a number of offbeat characters." (Cover notes, DVD release)
Kanoon is a 1960 Indian Hindi film directed by B.R. Chopra. The film stars Rajendra Kumar, Nanda, Ashok Kumar, Mehmood, Shashikala, Jeevan and Om Prakash. The film presents a case against capital punishment, arguing that witnesses may be genuinely deceived, and their consequent inadvertently tendered false testimony may lead someone wrongly to the gallows.
Incubus is a 2006 horror thriller film by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment that was directed by Anya Camilleri and stars actress Tara Reid. The film was released on May 3, 2006 and had an internet premiere on AOL during Halloween 2006. An unrated version was released to DVD on February 6, 2007. The film has billed itself as the first Download To Own video.
Islands in the Stream (1977)
Islands in the Stream is a 1977 American drama film, an adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's novel of the same name. The film was directed by Franklin J. Schaffner and starred George C. Scott, Hart Bochner, Claire Bloom, Gilbert Roland, and David Hemmings.
La Cucaracha (1998)
La Cucaracha is a 1998 American film directed by Jack Perez and starring Eric Roberts and Joaquim de Almeida. The film follows the story of Walter Pool (Eric Roberts), a down on his luck wannabe novelist, who receives an offer of $100,000 to kill an alleged child killer. Walter needs the money desperately for many reasons, not the least of which is the fact that he is infatuated with a local woman and he feels as though he has nothing to offer to her. He accepts the offer only to find out that the task of killing another human being is much more difficult than he thought, especially when it turns out that his intended victim is not really a child killer.
The film premiered on May 14, 1998 at the Austin Film Festival where it won the Feature Film Award.
Although the film earned less than $15,000, it received some positive reviews scoring 67% as of February 9, 2010 on the aggregate review website Rotten Tomatoes. Film critic Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times awarded La Cucaracha three stars out of four calling it an "intriguing, stylish little film". Marc Savlov of The Austin Chronicle awarded the film three and a half stars praising "McManus' brilliant screenplay" and calling the film a "minor gem".
Lilies is a 1996 Canadian film directed by John Greyson. It is an adaptation by Michel Marc Bouchard and Linda Gaboriau of Bouchard's own play Lilies. It depicts a play being performed in a prison by the inmates.
Laws of Gravity (1992)
Laws of Gravity is a 1992 American crime drama film directed by Nick Gomez and starring Peter Greene.
Love At Large (1990)
Love at Large is a 1990 American romance and mystery film directed by Alan Rudolph and starring Tom Berenger, Elizabeth Perkins and Anne Archer.
The Song of Roland (1978)
The Song of Roland (French: La Chanson de Roland) is a 1978 French drama film directed by Frank Cassenti and starring Klaus Kinski.
The Lincoln Conspiracy (1977)
The Lincoln Conspiracy is a 1977 film directed by James L. Conway that dramatizes certain conspiracy theories concerning the 1865 assassination of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. The film, which was based on the 1977 book of the same name by David W. Balsiger and Charles E. Sellier Jr., starred Robert Middleton as Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton, John Dehner as Col. Lafayette C. Baker, Bradford Dillman as John Wilkes Booth, and John Anderson as Lincoln.
The hypothesis of the film was that, far from being the work of the ringleader of a lonely band of fanatics as most historians had become agreed that it was, Lincoln's assassination was the result of a vast conspiracy involving Secretary Of War Edwin Stanton, Chief of National Police Colonel Lafayette Baker, and various Northern Senators and politicians who were determined to stop Lincoln from carrying out his lenient Reconstruction policies towards the South. The movie further professed that the man killed at Garret's farm in Virginia was not John Wilkes Booth, but another man named James William Boyd.
The House of the Laughing Windows (1976)
The House with Laughing Windows (Italian title: La casa dalle finestre che ridono) is a 1976 Italian giallo film co-written and directed by Pupi Avati. The film was shot in Lido degli Scacchi in the Ferrara province of the Emilia-Romagna region in northern Italy. It was nominated for the 1983 International Fantasy Film Award for Best Film at Fantasporto.
Jack And The Beanstalk (1952)
Jack and the Beanstalk is a 1952 American family comedy film starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello. It is a comic revision of the classic Jack and the Beanstalk fairy tale.
Jennifer is a 1953 film directed by Joel Newton and starring Ida Lupino, Howard Duff, and Robert Nichols.
Journey of a Female Comic (2014)
The ups and downs in the career of Hollywood actress and comedian Kiki Melendez.
Joshua Tree (2014)
Set in the USA heartland following the 2008 economic collapse, a recently divorced suburban mother of two young girls struggles to hold onto the American dream. AWARDS: Best Director - Mexico International Film Festival; Best Editing - Cyprus International Film Festival; Nominated Grand Prix - Bratislava International Film Festival. Written, Directed and Produced by Li Cheng. joshuatreefilm.com/
Just Tell Me What You Want (1980)
Just Tell Me What You Want is a 1980 American comedy film directed by Sidney Lumet. It stars Ali MacGraw, Peter Weller and Alan King, and was also Myrna Loy's final film. The screenplay by Jay Presson Allen, adapted from her novel, won her the David di Donatello Award for Best Screenplay of a Foreign Film. To date, this remains Ali MacGraw's last leading-lady film role.
A Dream of Passion (1978)
A Dream of Passion is a 1978 Greek drama film directed by Jules Dassin. The story follows Melina Mercouri as Maya, an actress playing Medea, who seeks out Brenda Collins, portrayed by Ellen Burstyn, a woman who is in jail for murdering her own children to punish her husband for his infidelity.
Land Raiders (1970)
A ruthless Arizona rancher, Vince Cardenas (Telly Savalas, TV’s “Kojak”), believes in only two things: land and power. So when the US government announces its plan to give Forge River Valley to the Indians, Vince kills Washington’s envoy and frames the Apache for his murder. Inciting the townspeople to attack and wipe out the tribe, Vince plans to claim the two million acres for himself. And all that stands in his way is Paul (George Maharis, Route 66), his vengeance-obsessed brother, who's just learned Vince was his fiancée’s secret lover, and may be the man responsible for her drowning all those years ago. Newly remastered.
Love and Bullets (1979)
Love and Bullets is a 1979 film directed by Stuart Rosenberg. Starring Charles Bronson, it is based on a screenplay by Wendell Mayes and John Melson.
The film was originally to have been directed by John Huston and advertisements were taken out in Variety to promote this fact. Huston apparently did film some scenes but walked off the set after disagreements with the producers. Veteran director Rosenberg stepped in on the troubled production. The resulting movie received almost-unanimously poor reviews.
Love & Anarchy (1973)
Love and Anarchy (Italian: Film d'amore e d'anarchia, ovvero: stamattina alle 10, in via dei Fiori, nella nota casa di tolleranza...) is a 1973 film directed by Lina Wertmüller and starring Giancarlo Giannini and Mariangela Melato. The story, set in Fascist Italy before the outbreak of World War II, centers on Giannini's character, an anarchist who stays in a brothel while preparing to assassinate Benito Mussolini. Giannini's character falls in love with one of the women working in the brothel. This film explores the depths of his emotions concerning love, his hate for fascism, and his fears of being killed while assassinating Mussolini.
Love and Anarchy was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival and Giannini was awarded Best Actor.
Long Shot: The Kevin Laue Story (2012)
A serendipitous meeting at an AAU event with opposing coach and filmmaker, Franklin Martin, led to the inception of Long Shot: The Kevin Laue Story. Over the next four years, Martin chronicled the day-to-day struggles of a teenage boy coming to terms with his need for his deceased father’s approval by pursuing his seemingly impossible dream of becoming the first one-armed player in the history of college basketball. Journey with Kevin from his sleepy town in California to the runway of Air Force One and a meeting with the President of the United States…and then into the bright lights of New York City.
Little Black Dress (2011)
Four pampered college graduates try to figure out what direction their lives should take.
The Shiver of the Vampires (1971)
A young honeymooning couple stop for the night at an ancient castle. Unbeknownst to them, the castle is home to a horde of vampires, who have their own plans for the couple.
Liquid Bridge (2003)
Liquid Bridge is a 2003 Australian film starring Ryan Kwanten. The film concerns aspiring pro surfer Nick McCallum (Kwanten), who is held back from achieving fame by his disabled father. However, after being framed for smuggling drugs and jailed, he fights to prove his innocence.
Holy Rollers: The True Story of Card Counting Christians (2011)
A blackjack team made up of devoted Christians wins millions from casinos as they try to find a place for faith and God in the arena of high stakes gambling.
The Happy Hooker Goes To Washington (1977)
The Happy Hooker goes to Washington is a 1977 comedy film directed by William A. Levey. It was the sequel to The Happy Hooker, which was released in 1975. Joey Heatherton replaced Lynn Redgrave as the lead character of Xaviera Hollander.
The film's tagline was, "She served her country... the only way she knew how!"
Joe E. Ross, Larry Storch and Rip Taylor are among the celebrities who make cameos.
Hotel Colonial (1987)
Hotel Colonial is a 1987 adventure film directed by Cinzia Th. Torrini and written by Enzo Monteleone, Cinzia Th. Torrini, Robert Katz and Ira Barmak. The film stars John Savage, Rachel Ward, Massimo Troisi, Robert Duvall and Anna Galiena. The film was released on September 18, 1987, by Orion Pictures.
How 2 Build A Rapper (2008)
Conducting a musical experiment in how to launch an artist from the ground up, two producers put a young rapper through the paces.
The Happiness of the Katakuris (2001)
A unique genre pileup brought to life by the restless imagination of the wildly prolific cult auteur Takashi Miike. This one of a kind comedy/horror/musical tells the story of a family struggling to keep a countryside bed-and-breakfast afloat. Though that’s mostly meant trying not to kill each other, the family finds it must band together when a string of guests mysteriously wind up dead on their property.
Happenstance is a 2000 French film directed by Laurent Firode and starring Audrey Tautou and Faudel. The film is also known as The Beating of the Butterfly's Wings, a literal translation of its original French title, Le battement d'ailes du papillon. The title references the Butterfly effect from chaos theory which is quoted at greater length by one of the characters in the film.
Dying To Belong (1997)
Dying to Belong is a 1997 American television film directed by William A. Graham.
Edinburgh. Best friends Jed, Anna and Eve are closer than family and cant imagine a world in which the others arent there to share the heartache and happiness of their lives. But, Jed is in trouble.
Digital Reaper (2005)
Dot.Kill, also known as Digital Reaper, is a 2005 American crime thriller film directed by John Irvin and starring Armand Assante. The film was shot on location in New York City and Liverpool.
The Deadly Trackers (1973)
Sheriff Sean Kilpatrick is a pacifist. Frank Brand is the leader of a band of killers. When their paths cross Kilpatrick is compelled to go against everything he has stood for to bring death to Brand and his gang.
Doggy Poo (2003)
Doggy Poo is a 34-minute stop motion-animated film from South Korea, directed by Kwon Oh-sung, based on Kwon Jung-saeng's 1968 children's book Doggy Poo, illustrated by Annie Rose Godsman. There are both English and Korean language versions of the film.
Delivering Milo (2001)
Delivering Milo is a 2001 film written by David Hubbard and directed by Nick Castle. Anton Yelchin stars as Milo, with Bridget Fonda and Campbell Scott in the roles of his parents. Albert Finney stars as Elmore Dahl, a guardian angel sent to convince a soul that life on Earth is worth living.
Deadly Outbreak (1996)
Deadly Outbreak (released in certain markets as Deadly Takeover) is an action movie released by US-Israeli company Nu Image in 1996, and directed by former stuntman Rick Avery.
It is set in Israel and follows the formula set by Die Hard rather closely. Additionally, the last act of the film also borrows heavily from the U.S. blockbuster, Speed, released just two years earlier.
Dead Fire (1997)
Dead Fire is a 1997 made for television Canadian science fiction film starring Colin Cunningham as a soldier on a space station. He is assigned to the "freezer," for prisoners as a result of a botched operation. When the prisoners escape, he must stop them from taking over the space station.
Dragon Fire (1993)
Dragon Fire is a 1993 martial arts film set in a dystopian Los Angeles in the year 2050. It is notable for heavily using actual kickboxing champions for the actors.
Deceptions is a 1990 erotic drama film starring Nicollette Sheridan, Harry Hamlin and Robert Davi. It was directed by Ruben Preuss and written by Ken Denbow and Richard Taylor. The film received a nomination for a CableACE Award for "best international dramatic special or movie. AllRovi reviewer Linda Rasmussen called the film, "a remarkably predictable, non-erotic thriller with little to recommend it".
The Only Game In Town (1970)
The Only Game in Town is a 1970 American drama film, the last directed by George Stevens. It stars Elizabeth Taylor and Warren Beatty.
The screenplay by Frank D. Gilroy is based on his play of the same name which had a brief run on Broadway in 1968.
Prison is a 1987 horror film starring Viggo Mortensen. It was filmed at the Old State Prison in Rawlins, Wyoming, with many of its residents on the cast and crew.
Puppet Master 4 (1993)
Puppet Master 4, also known as, Puppet Master 4: The Demon, is a 1993 direct-to-video action horror written by Charles Band among others, and directed by Jeff Burr. It is the fourth film in the Puppet Master franchise, a sequel to 1991's Puppet Master II, and stars Gordon Currie as a youth scientist who, along with his friends, played by Chandra West, Ash Adams and Teresa Hill, is attacked by demons; the animated puppets of Andre Toulon (Guy Rolfe) serve to protect the group, similar to the role they played in the prequel Toulon's Revenge, rather than terrorize, as they had in the first and second films. Originally, Puppet Master 4 was intended to have the subtitle The Demon.
Puppet Master 4, as well as the second, third, and fifth installments of the series, were only available in DVD format through a Full Moon Features box set that has since been discontinued. However, in 2007, Full Moon Features reacquired the rights to the first five films, and the boxset has since been reissued and is available directly from Full Moon, as well as through several online retailers.
Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (1994)
Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (also known as Phantasm III) is a 1994 horror film and is the second sequel in the Phantasm series, written and directed by Don Coscarelli. The film stars Angus Scrimm as the Tall Man, Reggie Bannister and A. Michael Baldwin. It is followed by Phantasm IV: Oblivion.
Writer of O (2005)
This docudrama portrays Frenchwoman Dominique Aury (Catherine Mouchet), editor for a prestigious publisher, who during the '50s carries on an affair with her married employer, a well-known writer. The relationship leads to her penning "The Story of O," the controversial novel about a woman, O (Penelope Puymirat), who undergoes sexual training that some would deem slavery and others would call freedom. Aury writes the book under a pseudonym, and a series of interviews comment on its legacy.
WWE: Rey Mysterio - The Life of a Masked Man (2011)
For the first time ever, Rey Mysterio, perhaps the greatest high flyer in the annals of sports entertainment, sits down and discusses his historic career in never-before-seen interviews. Mysterio shares his thoughts on his relationship with Eddie Guerrero, his WWE arrival, his ascent to World Champion, the future, and more.
Youthful Edge (2015)
Youthful Edge features some of the biggest names is amateur motocross aging from 4+ These kids are already inking up contracts, As pressure and stress build the most important thing to remember is to have fun. This is the future of our sport!
Zero Bridge (2011)
A truly independent film of integrity and offhand grace, ZERO BRIDGE tells the deeply affecting tale of a student and small-time criminal in Kashmir who develops a crush on an older, college educated woman.
American Idiots (2013)
After losing the girl of his dreams to another man, Wyatt and his posse pack their suitcases and head out on a crazy screwball road trip to Las Vegas to win her back. With less than 24 hours to break up her wedding, they must make it before it's too late without falling apart at the seams, and living up to their names...AMERICAN IDIOTS!