The Mountain II (2016)

Dağ II, is a Turkish drama and action film directed by Alper Çağlar in 2016.

A Young Patriot (2015)

The Comeback (2015)

The Comeback is a 2015 Filipino independent comedy film. It was nominated for Best Film, Best Actress, and Best Director in the 2015 Cinema One Originals Film Festival, but failed to win any awards.

Zanahoria (2014)

The Sandlot Journey (2015)

Zedd (2014)

Una meravigliosa stagione fallimentare (2015)

Drop The Gun (2014)

Drop the Gun is a new age professional wakeboard film that takes you into the minds of Andrew Adams, Davis Griffin, and Chris Abadie as they each portray their unique outlook on what wakeboarding is today.

Keiko The Untold Story of the Star of Free Willy (2013)

Stop-Over (2013)

Aquadro (2013)

Carrie Underwood: The Blown Away Tour: Live (2013)

Filmed March 2013 in Ontario, CA, The Blown Away Tour: LIVE features 20+ songs, with performances of Carrie’s #1 singles, including “Jesus, Take the Wheel,” “Two Black Cadillacs,” and the album title track that inspired her tour name, “Blown Away.”

Probable Cause (2012)

Fascination Coral Reef 3D: Hunters & the Hunted (2012)

Blood Relative (2012)

Hostage of an Illusion (2012)

The Little Bedroom (2011)

The Little Room (French: La petite chambre) is a 2010 Swiss drama film directed by Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond. The film was selected as the Swiss entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards but it didn't make the final shortlist.

One for the Road (2011)

One for the Road is an HD ski film that follows some of the world's most progressive snow sports athletes as it documents their lives on the road and captures some of the most stunning riding to date.

Lover (1992)

Chris Botti Live: With Orchestra and Special Guests (2006)

Marilyn Manson: Guns, God and Government World Tour (2002)

The Punch Bowl (1944)

Die Feuerzangenbowle ("The Fire-Tongs Bowl" or "The Punch Bowl") is a 1944 German film, directed by Helmut Weiss and is based on the book of the same name. It follows the book closely as its author, Heinrich Spoerl, also wrote the script for the film. Both tell the story of a famous writer going undercover as a student at a small town secondary school after his friends tell him that he missed out on the best part of growing up by being educated at home. The story in the book takes place during the time of the Wilhelmine Empire in Germany. The movie was produced and released in Germany during the last years of World War II and has been called a "masterpiece of timeless, cheerful escapism." The movie stars Heinz Rühmann in the role of the student Hans Pfeiffer, which is remarkable as Rühmann was already 42 years old at that time. The title comes from the German alcoholic tradition of Feuerzangenbowle.

What's a Bear For? (2011)

¿Para qué sirve un oso? (English: What's a Bear For?) is a 2011 Spanish eco-comedy film written and directed by Tom Fernández. The film stars Javier Cámara, Gonzalo de Castro and Emma Suárez. It also stars Geraldine Chaplin and her real-life daughter, Oona. The film premiered on 26 March 2011 at the Málaga Film Festival, this was soon followed by a theatrical release in Spain on 1 April.

Koko: The Gorilla Who Talks to People (2016)

Lola the Truck Driving Woman (1983)

Lola the Truck Driver (Spanish:Lola la trailera) is a 1983 Mexican action film directed by Raúl Fernández and starring Rosa Gloria Chagoyán, Rolando Fernández and Irma Serrano. After her father is murdered, a young woman begins driving his truck so it won't be repossessed. With the help of an undercover detective, she tackles a major drugs baron. The film was a major commercial success on its release, earning $1 million in Mexico and $2.5 million in the United States. This represented a large profit for its backers who had spent $150,000 on the production. Several sequels starring Rosa Gloria Chagoyán as Lola followed beginning with The Kidnapping of Lola in 1986, as well as other films that tried to copy its style.

Tyler Perry's Madea on the Run (2017)

Don't. Get. Out! (2018)

Don't. Get. Out! is a 2018 German thriller film written, co-produced and directed by Christian Alvart. The film stars Wotan Wilke Möhring as a man who is contacted by a mysterious man demanding him to get an amount of money or he'll explode his car with him and his children inside. The movie is a remake of the Spanish thriller Retribution (2015).

Bas Fonds (2010)

Seitensprung Mit Freunden (2016)

Un Giorno Della Vita (2011)

The Vortex of Love (2013)

Gran Casino (1947)

Gran Casino (Alternate title: En el viejo Tampico) is a 1947 Mexican film. It was written by Mauricio Magdaleno and Edmundo Baez, based on a story by Michel Weber, and directed by Luis Buñuel.

Sara Stein: Jewels In The Grave (2019)

It is Chief Inspector Sara Stein's first case in Tel Aviv. That nobody here has been waiting for her is quickly made clear by her colleagues Shimon Ben Godin and Jakoov Blok. Nevertheless, she is given the assignment to investigate the case, because it is her predecessor Noam Shavit, who is found dead in his apartment - suffocated under a plastic bag. Quick parallels are drawn to a robbery that is already two years old. It had the same action, theft of jewelry, even the foreign pullover fibers that are found on the bodies. But was it really the same killer? Or did Shavit come to terms with the perpetrator and pay for it? The trail leads Sara through the Arab Ghetto to the affluent district of Tel Aviv. But in the end, the solution is so close ...

Man Underground (2017)

A reclusive conspiracy theorist enlists people from his small town to help him make a low-budget movie about his experiences.

From Both Sides Of The Aegean: Expulsion And Exchange Of Populations, Tukey-Greece 1922-1924 (2013)

Synapse (1995)

Memory Run, also known as Synapse, is a 1995 action film set in the year 2015, starring Karen Duffy. It is based on the novel Season of the Witch (1968), published by Jean Marie Stine under her former name Hank Stine.

The Messenger (2015)

For thousands of years, songbirds were regarded by mankind as messengers from the gods. Today, these creatures have woven inextricably into the fabric of our environment and are vanishing at an alarming rate.

Six Degrees Could Change The World (2008)

Defying the Nazis: The Sharps' War (2016)

Defying the Nazis: The Sharps' War is an account of a daring rescue mission that occurred on the precipice of World War II. It tells the story of Waitstill and Martha Sharp, a Unitarian minister and his wife from Wellesley, Massachusetts, who left their children behind in the care of their parish and boldly committed to multiple life-threatening missions in Europe. Over two dangerous years they helped to save hundreds of imperiled political dissidents and Jewish refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation across Europe.

Sarvam Thaala Mayam (2019)

Sarvam Thaala Mayam, also titled Madras Beats, is a 2019 Tamil-language musical drama film written and directed by Rajiv Menon. The film stars G. V. Prakash Kumar and Aparna Balamurali in the lead roles, with a supporting cast including Nedumudi Venu, Vineeth, Kumaravel, Santha Dhananjayan, and Dhivyadharshini. The film features music composed by A. R. Rahman, cinematography by Ravi Yadav, and editing by Anthony.

Una canzone per te (2010)

Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla (1974)

Godzilla’s evil twin Mechagodzilla first reared its head in this Jun Fukuda–directed film. A robot designed by aliens to conquer Earth, the enduringly popular villain has since been resurrected by Toho Studios several times. With the help of earnest direction, spectacular pyrotechnics, and guest appearances by veteran genre actors, this film recaptures the feel of the sixties Godzilla movies.New cover illustration by Takashi Okazaki

Payback (1995)

Sean's partner is brutally murdered during a drug bust gone wrong. Traumatized by his friend's death and disgusted by internal politics, Sean quits the force and moves with his wife and daughter to an isolated ranch. But things aren't peaceful for long. The psychotic killer behind his partner's murder escapes from prison with one thing on his mind…revenge! Leaving a trail of dead bodies behind him the killer quickly closes in on Sean and his family.

Missione Di Pace (2011)

Missione di pace (Peacekeeping mission) is a 2011 Italian black comedy film directed by Francesco Lagi. It was the closer film at the Critics' Week at the 68th Venice International Film Festival.

Lovers: A True Story (1991)

Lovers (Spanish: Amantes) is a 1991 Spanish film noir written and directed by Vicente Aranda, starring Victoria Abril, Jorge Sanz and Maribel Verdú. The film brought Aranda to widespread attention in the English-speaking world. It won two Goya Awards (Best Film and Best Director) and is considered one of the best Spanish films of the 1990s.

At Dawn They Sleep (1999)

Flashburn (2017)

Wes Nolan alone holds the cure for a deadly virus that has brought the world to its knees. When he awakes in the wreck of a car crash, trapped within a warehouse sealed off from the rest of the world, he quickly realizes that his memories, among them the cure for the virus, have been wiped from his brain. Before he can save mankind, he must unlock his memories and release the cure hidden within.

Mangarap Ka (1995)

Dress to Kill (2007)

Crossing is a 2007 Canadian independent feature film starring Sebastian Spence, Crystal Buble, Bif Naked and Fred Ewanuick. From the writer/director team of Roger Evan Larry and Sandra Tomc.

Be Here Now (2015)

Heart of a Dragon (2008)

Mejor Estar Solo (2014)

Roberta Flack: Killing Me Softly (2014)

Home Front (2013)

Schule, Schule (2017)

The documentary film "SCHULE, SCHULE - the time after Bergfidel" shows a school year in the life of four teenagers who, after their time together, had to part with the inclusive primary school "Berg Fidel" in order to learn further at different schools. It is about the attainment of grades and degrees and the search for recognition, but also about the personal desires and concerns of the protagonists who are in the middle of puberty.

Halal, Police D'etat (2011)

Maria and the Spider (2013)

So Young 2: Never Gone (2016)

Class tensions and family strife tore these college sweethearts apart; years later, they find themselves thrown back together again. Will love win out the second time around?

Iago (2009)

K3 Bengeltjes (2012)

K3 Bengeltjes is the fourth movie with K3. It was directed by Bart Van Leemputten. It is the first movie with new member Josje Huisman.

Martin Atkins: 16 Days in China (2008)

That Boy Emil (2013)

That Boy Emil is a Swedish animated film based on the Astrid Lindgren books of Emil i Lönneberga. It was released to cinemas in Sweden on 25 December 2013.

Nebenwege (2014)

Elvis - Aloha from Hawaii (1973)

Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite is a concert that was headlined by Elvis Presley, and was broadcast live via satellite on January 14, 1973. The concert took place at the Honolulu International Center (HIC) in Honolulu (now known as the Neal S. Blaisdell Center) and aired in over 40 countries across Asia and Europe (who received the telecast the next day, also in primetime). Despite the satellite innovation, the United States did not air the concert until April 4, 1973 (because the concert took place the same day as Super Bowl VII). Viewing figures have been estimated to be between 1 and 1.5 billion viewers worldwide. The show was the most expensive entertainment special at the time, costing $2.5 million.

Hangtime (2009)

Blood, Sweat and Tears (2015)

Bloed, zweet & tranen, also known as Blood, Sweat & Tears, is a Dutch biographical film about the late Dutch singer André Hazes. The movie, named after Hazes' song Bloed, zweet en tranen, was directed by Diederick Koopal and released in 2015. Starring actors are Martijn Fischer (who plays Hazes), Hadewych Minis, Fedja van Huêt, and Matheu Hinzen.

Investigating the Historical Jesus (2016)

This thought provoking documentary follows the historical path of Jesus from birth to his crucifixion. Created by a culturally and religiously diverse cast and crew, this film looks to explore the real locations behind the stories. With an eye for education and an open heart, this often touching journey is one of impact and emotionally stirring.

Shatner's World... We Just Live in It... (2013)

Unsere Zeit ist jetzt (2016)

Spitfire (1995)

The Blackout (2016)

The Blackout is a 2009 science fiction horror film directed by Robert David Sanders. The film revolves around the occupants of The Ravenwood as they try to escape the building during a city-wide blackout, all the while being stalked by terrifying creatures.

The Mountain of the Cannibal God (1978)

When her anthropologist husband disappears in New Guinea, Susan Stevenson (Ursula Andress of DR. NO) convinces her colleague Dr. Edward Foster (Stacy Keach of PRISON BREAK) to lead her into the dark heart of the deadly jungle. But while exploring the forbidden mountain of Ra-Rami, the expedition is attacked and captured by a tribe of primitive natives. Even if they can escape the barbaric tortures of these flesh-eating savages, can Susan survive the depraved lust of their Cannibal God? Prepare yourself for the definitive edition of this notorious shocker! MOUNTAIN OF THE CANNIBAL GOD has been completely restored from original vault materials and now includes the legendary and never-before-seen footage of deviant sexuality from the private collection of director Sergio Martino (TORSO).

Hai Paura Del Buio (2010)

Land in Sicht (2014)

The Call - Il richiamo - La llamada (2009)

Dood Eind (2006)

Doodeind ("Deadend") is a 2006 Dutch horror-thriller film written and directed by Erwin van den Eshof, it stars Victoria Koblenko, Everon Jackson Hooi and Anniek Pheifer.

IRL: In Real Life (2012)

IRL is a Swedish 2013 drama film, directed by Erik Leijonborg and starring Valter Skarsgård, Happy Jankell and Alba August.

Dean Smith (2015)

Britney Spears: Innocent Beauty (2004)

You'll Never Walk Alone (2017)

The big cinema documentary about the most famous football anthem in the world. In many football stadiums the fans sing before the game "You'll Never Walk Alone"; The song seems to have become one with the fan culture.

Das Leben Ist Zu Lang (2010)

Hellfire (1995)

Hellfire is a 1995 American film. It was part of the Roger Corman Presents series. It was filmed in Russia.

Live East Die Young (2012)

Rock The Paint (2005)

Bonne Nuit Papa (2015)

Christian Dreadful (2012)

Christian is a world famous rock-star, but underneath the make-up and tight leather clothes, he is a former choirboy, who lost his parents in an early age, but found comfort in music. Christian wants to inspire unfortunate people, like himself, with his music, but producer Aleksi Roivas has already planned the career of the next, big superstar from start to finish. Now, Christian, with the help of a groupie with an attitude, has to save his beloved fans from total damnation.

The Dark Files (2017)

Veronica 2030 (1999)

Times Have Been Better (2006)

The Blade Master (1982)

Muscle-bound Ator and his mute Asian sidekick travel from the ends of the Earth to save his aged mentor from the evil mustachioed Zor.

Crimefighters (2010)

Quando c'era Berlinguer (2014)

Harts 5 - Geld ist nicht alles (2013)

Wer Schon Sein Will, Muss Reisen (2013)

Eye Of The Eagle 2 (1989)

Eye of the Eagle 2: Inside the Enemy is a 1989 film directed by Carl Franklin. It is the sequel to the 1987 film Eye of the Eagle. It was shot in the Philippines.

Ocean Of Dreams (1997)

Jakobs Bruder (2009)

Lecture 21 (2008)

Lecture 21 (aka 'Lezione 21' 'Lesson 21') is a 2008 British-Italian film written and directed by Alessandro Baricco and starring John Hurt, Noah Taylor and Leonor Watling. The film is in English. The film is set in 1824, 1997 and 2007 and tells the tale of a Professor (John Hurt) delivering a lecture about a musician (Noah Taylor) coming to a remote village in the mountains to better understand Beethoven's 9th symphony before he dies. The film is presented as a documentary, as Leonor Watling and her friends recall the lesson, the audience views what happens as though it were real. The lesson is interspersed with documentary-style interviews of a variety of musicians, who provide a secondary narration. It also features Clive Russell, Matthew T. Reynolds, Daniel Tuite, Andy Gathergood, Rasmus Hardiker, Michael Jibson and Natalia Tena. It had its North American premiere at the Miami International Film Festival in 2009.

Santo Contra Los Jinetes Del Terror (1970)

The Swan (2018)

The film is adapted from the acclaimed Icelandic novel of the same name by Guðbergur Bergsson. The story follows Sól, a 9-year old girl who is sent to distant relatives for a summer to work and to mature at their countryside farm. She befriends a mysterious farmhand but becomes entangled in a drama she can hardly grasp.