Out Of The Blue (1947)

Out of the Blue is a 1947 comedy film based on the short story by Vera Caspary who also co-wrote the screenplay. It stars George Brent, Virginia Mayo, Turhan Bey, Ann Dvorak and Carole Landis. It was directed by Leigh Jason.

Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round (1934)

Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round is a 1934 American drama film with musical and comedic elements, directed by Benjamin Stoloff.

Stalin Thought of You (2009)

The life and work of Russia's greatest political cartoonist.

Rise Of The Scarecrows (2009)

A big city cop moves to Adams and discovers you can visit the town but never leave.

Southern Man (1998)

L.J. loses the one person who means something to him and embarks on a self-destructive path of kidnapping and revenge.

No Greater Love (1952)

No Greater Love (German: Herz der Welt) is a 1952 West German drama film directed by Harald Braun. It was entered into the 1952 Cannes Film Festival.

Abel (2010)

Abel, a nine-year-old boy, has stopped talking since his father left home.

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1943)

Münchhausen is a 1943 fantasy comedy film directed by Josef von Báky. Science fiction author David Wingrove has commented that this work "sidesteps immediate political issues whilst conjuring up marvellous visual images of an ageless pastoral Germany."

Ominous (2009)

A peaceful weekend getaway turns into a nightmare when the children discover paranormal activity.

Legion of Lost Flyers (1939)

Legion of Lost Flyers is a 1939 American drama film directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Richard Arlen, Andy Devine, and Anne Nagel, and was released by Universal Pictures on November 3, 1939.

1st Testament: CIA Vengeance (2001)

A CIA agent (Ron Becks) who wants out of the spy business is assigned to train a seductive Korean counterpart.

Die-ner (Get It?) (2010)

Die-ner (Get It?) (also known as Kentucky Fried Zombies) is a 2009 American zombie comedy directed and written by Patrick Horvath. It stars Joshua Grote as a serial killer who must contend with his victims as they rise from the dead during a zombie apocalypse. Liesel Kopp and Parker Quinn play a quarreling couple whom he takes hostage.

American Commando Ninja (1987)

Russians, a Chinese terrorist group and a Japanese ninja try to capture a scientist during World War II to steal his formula for a biological weapon.

Captive Beauty (2011)

Inmates at a women's prison in Colombia take part in a beauty pageant designed to boost their morale.

Love At The Top (1974)

Love at the Top (French: Le Mouton enragé) is a 1974 French comedy film directed by Michel Deville.

The Adultress (1953)

Thérèse Raquin (also The Adultress) is a 1953 French-Italian drama film directed by Marcel Carné and starring Simone Signoret and Raf Vallone. The story is loosely based on the novel of the same title by Émile Zola but updated to 1953. It was screened at the 14th Venice International Film Festival where it won the Silver Lion.

Sarah Prefers to Run (2013)

Sarah Prefers to Run (French: Sarah préfère la course) is a 2013 Canadian drama film written and directed by Chloé Robichaud. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. It won the Women in Film & Television Vancouver Artistic Merit Award at the 2013 Vancouver International Film Festival.

Las musiqueras (1981)

A young woman surprises a thief in her house then hires him as a driver, and her three musician friends play a joke on her.

Dialtone (2009)

Greg cannot control his life until he gets a wake up call.

9:06 (2009)

9:06 is a 2009 Slovene thriller film directed by Igor Šterk. The film was selected as the Slovene entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards but it did not make the final shortlist. The film won 15 awards at the 2009 Slovene Film Festival, including Best Film and Best Director.

A Box of Buttons (2005)

Unable to afford presents for his daughter, a man shares a tale about a Spanish holiday tradition.

The Man with My Face (1951)

The Man with My Face is a 1951 American film noir directed by Edward Montagne featuring Barry Nelson, Carole Mathews and Lynn Ainley. The film marks Jack Warden's movie debut. Though the original novel is set in California, the movie takes place in Puerto Rico. It is the only film noir shot on location in that country.

Chrome Angels (2009)

Outlaw biker girls encounter deadly robots disguised as humans.

Insaniac (2002)

A deranged woman with amnesia is hypnotized and discovers a blood soaked past in her mind.

Captain Fracasse (1929)

Captain Fracasse is a 1929 French silent adventure film directed by Alberto Cavalcanti and Henry Wulschleger and starring Pierre Blanchar, Lien Deyers and Charles Boyer. It is based on the 1863 novel of the same name by Théophile Gautier.

The American Soldier (1970)

The German-born American GI Ricky (Karl Scheydt) returns to Munich from Vietnam and is promptly hired as a contract killer. Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s experimental noir is a subversive, self-reflexive gangster movie full of unexpected asides and stylistic flourishes, and features an audaciously bonkers final shot and memorable turns from many of the director’s rotating gallery of players.

To the Public Danger (1948)

To the Public Danger is a 1948 British drama film directed by Terence Fisher and starring Dermot Walsh, Susan Shaw and Barry Letts. It was made at Highbury Studios as a second feature for release by the Rank Organisation. Like other Highbury productions, it offered acting opportunities for several of Rank's young contract stars. The film's sets were designed by Don Russell, although a number of the scenes were shot on location. It was based on a 1939 radio play by the writer Patrick Hamilton, who had been encouraged to write the story as part of a government road safety campaign. Hamilton had himself been knocked down by a drunk driver. The story was updated slightly, and represents the post-war malaise with the use of noirish sequences. After making the film Fisher graduated to directing several more expensive productions for Gainsborough Pictures.

The Nun and the Devil (1973)

The Nun and the Devil, or Le Monache di Sant'Arcangelo in the original Italian, is an erotic 1973 French/ Italian nunsploitation film directed by Domenico Paolella. It is also known as: Sisters of Satan (UK) and The Nuns of Saint Archangel (US). The action is set in the 16th century at the convent of Sant Arcangelo, near Naples, then under Spanish rule. The success of the film resulted in another period drama/nunsploitation film by Paolella released the same year, Story of a Cloistered Nun, an Italian/French/West German co-production starring Eleonora Giorgi. The opening credits state that the movie is "Based on authentic 16th Century records and a story by Stendhal"--possibly Stendhal's L'Abbesse de Castro (1832) is meant.

Caught in a Cabaret (1914)

Caught in a Cabaret is a 1914 short comedy film written and directed by Mabel Normand and starring Normand and Charles Chaplin.

The Duo! (2001)

Superheroes Best Man and Buddy Boy uphold the rules and balance of the universe by fighting crime and battling evil.

Welcome Says The Angel (1996)

Two lost souls enmeshed in the world of sex and drugs fight to bring meaning to their lives.

Bringing Up Bobby (2009)

Bringing Up Bobby is a 2009 Christian direct-to-video comedy film directed by Chris Staron. It was the third film by Glowing Nose, who previously made Pint Size and Between the Walls.

Soigne ton gauche (1936)

An untrained man fills in as a sparring partner for a boxer.

This Is Not A Robbery (2008)

In this documentary, filmmaker Lucas Jansen explores the strange life of J.L. Rountree, who is best known as the oldest active bank thief. For most of his life, Rountree is an affluent white-collar man with a satisfying home life. However, in time he suffers both personal tragedies and financial ruin, after which he decides to turn to crime. Rountree executes his first heist at age 86 and his last at 92, only to end up in prison for the holdups he masterminded as a senior citizen.

The Idiot (1958)

The Idiot (Russian: Идиот), is a 1959 Soviet film directed by Ivan Pyryev. It is based on the eponymous novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky.

Mama/M.A.M.A. (2003)

Doctors accuse three mothers of deliberately hurting their children to garner attention.

How To Kill A Judge (1975)

International superstar Franco Nero (of DJANGO and DIE HARD 2 fame) stars as Giacomo Solaris, a director whose latest film depicts a prominent Sicilian judge as being on the Mafia's payroll. But when the actual judge is found murdered, Solaris begins his own investigation. Has the Mob found a way to corrupt the nation's top prosecutors? Should Solaris' movie bear some responsibility for the killing? Or will a string of brutal assassinations lead to the most shocking conspiracy of all? Francoise Fabian (BELLE DE JOUR, MADAME CLAUDE) co-stars in this provocative thriller from controversial writer/director Damiano Damiani (CONFESSIONS OF A POLICE CAPTAIN, A BULLET FOR THE GENERAL) that features a searing score by Riz Ortolani (MONDO CANE, KILL BILL) and stands as a startling reflection of Italy's infamous decade of political violence.

Violence (1995)

A man in chains, a young man who dreams of being part of something, and a militant from an armed group who must wield a cruelty in which he may not believe, are at the center of violence they don't understand.

The 72 Desperate Rebels (1978)

Mercenaries, swordsmen and spies team up to defeat a pirate.

1000 Rupee Note (2014)

Ek Hazarachi Note is a 2014 Varhadi dialect, Marathi-language Indian film directed by Shrihari Sathe in his debut feature. It is set in a hamlet in the State of Maharashtra, and a nearby town. The film was released on 9 May 2014.

Bela Noite Para Voar (2005)

Juscelino Kubitschek (Jos de Abreu) conducts day-to-day business as president of Brazil.

La cena per farli conoscere (2007)

A Dinner for Them to Meet (Italian: La cena per farli conoscere) is a 2007 Italian comedy film directed by Pupi Avati.

Bullying (2009)

A teen (Albert Carb) must contend with a relentless bully (Joan Carles Suau) and his gang after moving to a new town.

City in Red (2009)

The insurrection, rebel movement, and solidarity in Santiago de Cuba during the clandestine fight against the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista.

The Naked Truth (2003)

Three struggling actresses take jobs at Atlanta's most notorious strip club to raise some much-needed cash.

Pájaros volando (2010)

A one-time rock star (Diego Capusotto) encounters strange characters in his cousin's (Luis Luque) village.

Black Eyed Dog (2003)

Paul dreams of a big music career, but his gangster brother's past holds him back, until Paul agrees to do the sibling a favor in order to earn money to make a much-needed demo tape.

Rest in Peace, Cuervo Jones (2002)

A man must fight both sides of the law after being framed for a cocaine theft.

The Trespasser (1929)

The Trespasser is a 1929 American Pre-Code film directed and written by Edmund Goulding, starring Gloria Swanson, Robert Ames, Purnell Pratt, Henry B. Walthall, and Wally Albright. The film was released by United Artists in both silent and talkie versions.

I Corrupt All Cops (2009)

I Corrupt All Cops (simplified Chinese: 金钱帝国; traditional Chinese: 金錢帝國 is a 2009 Hong Kong crime drama film directed by Wong Jing. The English initials of the film spells out I.C.A.C.

Pope Joan (2009)

Pope Joan (German: Die Päpstin) is an international epic film produced by Bernd Eichinger, based on American novelist Donna Woolfolk Cross' novel of the same name about the legendary Pope Joan. Directed by Sönke Wortmann, it stars Johanna Wokalek as Joan, David Wenham as Gerold, her lover, and John Goodman as Pope Sergius II. The film's world premiere occurred in Berlin on 19 October 2009, with its general release in Germany on 22 October 2009.

Karz: The Burden of Truth (2002)

Karz: The Burden of Truth is a 2002 Hindi action drama film directed by Harry Baweja and produced by Kaushal Godha. The film features Sunny Deol, Sunil Shetty and Shilpa Shetty as main characters.

In the Garden of Sounds (2011)

Wolfgang creates a center for severely disabled children after he goes blind.

Mount St. Elias (2009)

Three of the worlds best ski mountaineers, Axel Naglich, Peter Ressmann, and Jon Johnston take the challenge of skiing down the longest snow covered vertical drop in the world, Mount St. Elias, the North American K2.

The Clean Bin Project (2010)

A couple tries to lead a waste-free life.

DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games (2017)

Get ready for the Intergalactic Games; a friendly competition that aims to bring peace throughout the galaxy, but with these teams competing, it may get a little fierce! Facing off against Korugar Academy and the Female Furies, can the Super Hero High team bring home the championship? Team up with Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl as they uncover an even greater challenge off the field, as one of the teams has a much more sinister motive for joining the competition. Let the games and the action begin. It’s time for a DC Super Hero Girls animated movie!

Gentle Breath (2015)

A family longs for a better tomorrow.

Chris Porter: Ugly and Angry (2014)

"Last Coming Standing" alum, Chris Porter, gives his look on drugs, growing old, women’s fashion, and his love for Taco Bell.

Fly Me to Minami (2013)

A fashion editor, a shopkeeper and a flight attendant experience life and love in three countries.

Ghost Sweepers (2012)

Ghost Sweepers (Hangul: 점쟁이들; RR: Jeomjaengyideul; MR: Chŏmjaengidŭl; also known as The Fortune Tellers) is a 2012 South Korean comedy horror film about a group of shamans from across the nation who gather together for a grand exorcism at a small village notorious for dark spirits, as a young journalist gets sent to cover the story.

I Do (2012)

I Do is a 2012 Chinese film directed by Sun Zhou, Starring Li Bingbing, Sun Honglei, Duan Yihong, Xue Jianing, Zhang Wei.

FrankenFake (2014)

The producers of a reality show do everything they can, both legally and illegally, to make their show appear real.

The Photographer 2: Inside the Dark Room (2016)

A photographer and his cohorts kidnap young models and torture them to capture their fear on film.

Obsessions (1969)

Bezeten, Het Gat in de Muur is a 1969 Dutch film directed by Pim de la Parra and starring Dieter Geissler.

Bloody Destiny (2015)

A gangster kidnaps an underground boxer's lover to force him to fight.

The Girlfriend (2005)

A paranoid and delusional man begins to believe that his girlfriend is cheating on him.

Heidi (2014)

Two high school friends become plagued by disturbing events after they find a mysterious doll.

Feel Rich: Health Is The New Wealth (2017)

Feel Rich: Health Is The New Wealth documents the nascent self-love revolution emerging in urban communities. Narrated by Quincy Jones III, the film features interviews with iconic artists, producers, urban farmers and meditators who have made dramatic changes in their lives by opening themselves up to new ideas about what it means to be rich. Our audience will embark on a journey led by Common, The Game, Crystal Wall, Paul Wall, Fat Joe, Russell Simmons, Stic.Man, Afya Ibomu, Jermaine Dupri, Slim Thug, Styles P and the legendary Quincy Jones that provides unique context to the global health crisis in urban communities by offering a backstage pass into the hearts and minds of the hip hop elite.

My Geeky Nerdy Buddies (2014)

My Geeky Nerdy Buddies is a 2014 romantic comedy film directed by Kevin Chu. It was released on July 10, 2014 in China but the film was withdrawn on the next day, citing "malicious competition" from the studio Bona Film Group. The film stars Jam Hsiao as A Zhai, and Jiang Shuying as Yaling.

Yeah Kowalski! (2013)

13-year-old Gabe wishes he could find a way to impress Shane, a classmate he has a crush on.

Teens Like Phil (2012)

A gay teenage boy is bullied by a former childhood friend.

ZDF History: Osama bin Laden - Up Close and Personal (2016)

Correspondence of the late Osama Bin Laden offers insight into his mindset and how he spent his final years.

Ten Little Indians (1987)

Desyat Negrityat (Ten Little Niggers, Russian: Десять негритят) is a 1987 Soviet film adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel And Then There Were None It was directed by Stanislav Govorukhin, who also penned the script. This version is unique in that virtually none of the novel is altered. Unlike the previous Hollywood/British adaptations of the story, none of the characters or their respective crimes are altered in any way and the film concludes with the grim finale from Agatha Christie's original novel, rather than the upbeat ending from the stage version that most other adaptations chose to follow.

Double Crossed: Ar Hudarga (2015)

A successful businessman gets caught up in a woman's complicated troubles, eventually landing him in prison on false charges.

The Dark Horse (2008)

A ballet dancer returns home to save the family farm by racing a dangerous black horse.

The Night My Mother Killed My Father (2016)

The Night My Mother Killed My Father (Spanish: La noche que mi madre mató a mi padre) is a 2016 Spanish comedy film directed by Inés París.

Oyler (2015)

A Cincinnati school fights to break the cycle of poverty in a make-or-break year.

Curse of the Seven Jackals (2001)

A girl is cursed by her grandmother due to her mother's disobedience.

Captive (2014)

12 strangers are held against their will as each of them must go along with the rules if they are to get the cure for a killer virus which infects them all.

Who Is Vermin Supreme? An Outsider Odyssey (2014)

An extraordinary presidential candidate offers every American a free pony.

God's Own Country (2014)

God's Own Country is a 2014 Indian Malayalam-language film directed by Vasudevan Sanal.

Saudagar (1973)

Saudagar is a 1973 Bollywood drama film, directed by Sudhendu Roy and based on the Bengali story, Ras, by Narendranath Mitra. It stars Nutan Behl as Mijuben and Amitabh Bachchan as Moti, in the leading roles. It also featured Trilok Kapoor and Padma Khanna as Phoolbanu. Murad, Leela Mishra as, Dev Kishan, Jugnu and V. Gopal are also featured in the film. Though the film didn't do well commercially, it was selected as the Indian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 46th Academy Awards, but didn't receive a nomination.

Teenage Mother (1967)

A new teacher is blamed when a student turns up pregnant.

The Magic Life (2012)

Filmmaker Nelson Cheng follows three individuals as they try to turn their passion for prestidigitation into a career in magic.

Transylmania (2009)

Stoked over the smokin’ Romanian hottie he’s meet online, an über-randy college student talks his dimwitted friends into joining him for a semester of beer, babes and bongs at what they think is a prestigious Transylvanian university. What they discover instead is a creepy castle populated by a torture-loving mad scientist, an overcybersexed humpback, the nubile spirit of a decomposed sorceress and a bevy of horny vampire chicks that have finally found a student body they can really sink their fangs into.

Skin Eating Jungle Vampires (2002)

A woman (Carla Anderson) must save her sister (Violet Sweet) from a nest of vampires.

Oh Marbella (2003)

A hit man (Tom Bell) travels to Costa del Sol for one last job.

Taxi, Mister (1943)

Taxi, Mister is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Kurt Neumann and written by Earle Snell and Clarence Marks. The film stars William Bendix, Grace Bradley, Joe Sawyer, Sheldon Leonard, Joe Devlin, Jack Norton, Frank Faylen, Mike Mazurki, Sig Arno, Clyde Fillmore, Jimmy Conlin, Lew Kelly and Iris Adrian. The film was released on April 16, 1943, by United Artists.

3 Lads, an American Fool and One Night (2008)

A man (Pedro Pano) questions his sexuality.

Monsoon (1949)

Barsaat (Hindi: बरसात, English: Rain) is a 1949 Bollywood film directed by Raj Kapoor. The film stars the famous duo of Kapoor and Nargis as well as Prem Nath. It was also the introduction of actress Nimmi in her first film role. Barsaat was one of the first major hit films directed by Kapoor. This success allowed Kapoor to buy RK Studios in 1950.

The Sweet Sound of Death (1965)

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United Red Army (2008)

This epic docudrama by Koji Wakamatsu depicts the rise, in the late 1960s and early 1970s, of the far-left Japanese paramilitary group known as the United Red Army. The film portrays in harrowing fashion how the army disintegrated as they began to torture and murder their own members during training sessions in the mountains.

The Dumb Girl of Portici (1916)

A poor Italian woman's (Anna Pavlova) affair with a disguised Spanish nobleman triggers a revolution.

The Love Of Jeanne Ney (1927)

The Love of Jeanne Ney (German: Die Liebe der Jeanne Ney, released as Lusts of the Flesh in the United Kingdom) is a 1927 silent German drama film directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst.

Christmas in August (1998)

Christmas in August (Hangul: 8월의 크리스마스; RR: Palwolui Keuriseumaseu) is a 1998 South Korean romance drama film. It was director Hur Jin-ho's debut and stars Han Suk-kyu and Shim Eun-ha.

Toys in the Attic (2009)

A teddy bear (Forest Whitaker), a mechanical mouse (Joan Cusack) and a marionette (Cary Elwes) join forces to save their kidnapped friend, Buttercup the doll, from the denizens of the Land of Evil.

Tamanna 1998 (1998)

Tamanna is a 1997 Indian drama film directed by Mahesh Bhatt. It stars Paresh Rawal, Pooja Bhatt, Sharad Kapoor and Manoj Bajpayee in the lead roles The screenplay was written by Tanuja Chandra. The story was written by Tanuja Chandra and Mahesh Bhatt. It was produced by Pooja Bhatt.

Piya Ka Ghar (1972)

Piya Ka Ghar is a 1972 Hindi comedy set (mainly) in Mumbai in the 1970s. It is a remake of Raja Thakur's Marathi film Mumbaicha Jawai. It portrays the difficulties of life in India's biggest city during the 1970s in the form of a comic family drama.

Choke Canyon (1986)

A corporate hit man (Bo Svenson) in a biplane buzzes a cowboy physicist (Stephen Collins) waiting for Halley's comet.

The Happiest Girl in the World (2009)

The Happiest Girl in the World is a 2009 Romanian film by Radu Jude. It is a part of the Romanian New Wave.