Gremlin (2017)

A man receives a mysterious box containing a murderous creature and learns that it will kill his entire family if he doesn't pass it along to someone else.

On a Knife Edge (2017)

On a Knife Edge is a 2017 American documentary film directed by Jeremy Williams and produced by Eli Cane. The film premiered at the 2017 SF Doc Festival, and broadcast nationally on the PBS World show America ReFramed on November 7, 2017.

Batman: Gotham by Gaslight (2018)

It's Batman vs. Jack the Ripper in an Elseworld's adventure that imagines the Dark Knight over a hundred years ago in a turn-of-the-century Gotham.

ARIF V 216 (2018)

Arif V 216 is a Turkish comedy film directed by Kıvanç Baruönü and written by Cem Yılmaz. It stars Cem Yılmaz, Ozan Güven, Seda Bakan, Zafer Algöz and Özkan Uğur. It was released on 5 January 2018.

Unseen (2019)

A young woman who is caught in a trap of domestic servitude discovers an opportunity to escape her plight.

Miss Christmas (2017)

The tree finder for Chicago's renowned Radcliffe Tree lighting is left desperate to find the perfect tree. A letter from a boy promising his tree is perfect sends her to a small town where she learns his dad isn't willing to part with the tree.

Outer Man (2015)

In this parody of the classic tokusatsu series Ultra Man, the famous fictional alien hero Outer Man actually lands in Japan, promising to protect the world from the forces of evil–but he’s got another plan up his iconic latex sleeve, and it’s up to the actors from his TV show to stop him.

Picture Perfect (2001)

Filmmaker Carol Tizzano explores the impact that sexualized images in the media have on young women's physical, psychological and emotional health.

Maza Pati Karodpati (1988)

A poor girl aspires to have all the comforts in life by marrying a rich man. Opportunity comes her way, but the hitch is that the young man wants to marry a widow.

Bad Apples (2018)

On Halloween night, two malevolent children terrorize a young innocent couple in their home. These wicked tricks become increasingly more sinister as the night continues and subject an entire neighborhood to a Halloween they will never forget.

Maddman: The Steve Madden Story (2017)

Steve Madden, the mogul of a $1 billion designer footwear empire, is sent to prison because of his entanglement with Jordan Belfort. Upon his release, he starts to rebuild his empire.

Low Profile (2012)

An immature, depressed teacher cares for the child his ex-wife had with another man.

Riley's First Date? (2015)

Riley, now 12, is hanging out at home with her parents in San Francisco when potential trouble comes knocking: a boy shows up at the door. Can Mom and Dad's emotions handle Riley's first date?

Kay Dyache Bola (2005)

Kaydyacha Bola is a Marathi movie released on 4 November 2005. It is inspired by the Hollywood movie My Cousin Vinny. The movie is produced by Dr. Uday Tamhankar and directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni. The movie is based on two wrongly accused youngsters whose only lifeline is their clumsy uncle who has to go up against an undefeated prosecutor. This movie is inspired from the 1992 English My cousin Vinny

Loon (2015)

A couple has a terrifying encounter with an overbearing neighbor while staying in a remote cabin in Montana.

Devrai (2004)

Devrai is a 2004 Indian Marathi film directed by filmmaker duo Sumitra Bhave–Sunil Sukthankar and produced by the Schizophrenia Awareness Association and K. S. Wani Memorial Trust. The film stars Atul Kulkarni, Sonali Kulkarni, Devika Daftardar, Tushar Dalvi, and Mohan Agashe and was released on 11 March 2004. The film's music is by Shrirang Umarani. It depicts a story of a man who suffers from schizophrenia and is struggling to come to terms with his illness and the frustration of his helpless sister.

The Last Goldfish (2017)

A daughter's search for her lost family stretches from Australia to Trinidad and World War II Germany.

Scott and Sid (2018)

Scott and Sid is a 2018 British coming-of-age feature film directed, written and produced by Scott Elliott and Sid Sadowskyj. Based on the filmmakers’ real lives, this tale evolves around the lives of the two male protagonists as they strive to fulfil a list of ambitions made when they were 15, with the ultimate goal to make a film before they reach the age of thirty. The film stars Richard Mason and Tom Blyth, both making their debuts as the lead characters in the film, whilst Charlotte Milchard takes on the supporting role as Sid's mum. The film was theatrically released in the UK in March 2018, by Dreamchasers Film Ltd.

Love Everlasting (1913)

Love Everlasting (Italian: Ma l'amor mio non muore, more literally translated as But My Love Will Never Die) is a 1913 Italian silent drama film directed by Mario Caserini and starring Lyda Borelli, Mario Bonnard and Gianpaolo Rosmino. With the possible exception of Cabiria (1914), it is the most famous of early Italian silent films. It was made in Turin by Gloria Film. Borelli's appearance in the film led to her being considered the first diva of the cinema.

November 10th (2015)

A 13-year-old shoeshine from Indonesia becomes a courier during World War II.

Batman vs. Two-Face (2017)

Batman vs. Two-Face is a 2017 American animated direct-to-video superhero film produced by Warner Bros. Animation and distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. It is a sequel to Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders. It premiered at the New York Comic Con on October 8, 2017 and was released digitally on October 10, 2017 and was released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 17, 2017. Based on the 1960s Batman TV series, the film stars Adam West (in his final role before his death), Burt Ward and Julie Newmar reprising their roles of Batman, Robin and Catwoman from the series. The film included a tribute to the late Adam West.

The Spearhead Effect (2017)

When a journalist exposes widespread police corruption, he soon finds himself a target of the violent vigilantes he unwittingly inspired.

Coming In (2014)

Coming In is a 2014 German romantic comedy film directed by Marco Kreuzpaintner.

The Stronghold (2017)

The Stronghold is a Ukrainian adventure/fantasy film based on the eponymous book by Volodymyr Rutkivskyi and directed by Yuriy Kovalyov. The film was released in Ukraine on 12 October 2017. The film is about Victor, a present-day schoolboy, who goes a thousand years into the past.

2nd Greatest (2016)

A pastor, a drunk and a police officer must discover a way to bring unity to a lost community.

Live a Little. (2017)

A man wakes up after a night of heavy drinking and realizes he may have committed a murder.

To Keep the Light (2016)

During the 19th century, a female lighthouse keeper struggles with her work and sanity while caring for her ill husband in Maine.

Khoon Khoon (1973)

Khoon Khoon is a 1973 Bollywood action film directed by Mohammed Hussain. The film stars Mahendra Sandhu, Danny Denzongpa, and Rekha. The film was a remake of the Clint Eastwood thriller Dirty Harry. Sandhu played a cop and Denzongpa a psychopathic killer.

Valparaiso (2011)

A powerful oil corporation tries to cover up the truth behind an environmental disaster.

Dead in the Water (2006)

Two sisters and their boyfriends arrive at their family's remote cabin only to discover that their parents are missing and that the cabin has been ransacked.

Song of the Scarlet Flower (1919)

An itinerant logger roams the countryside seducing and then abandoning women until his wayward past comes back to haunt him.

Rabbi Wolff (2016)

The life and work of William Wolff.

Lo que nunca nos Dijimos (2016)

A woman returns to her hometown to visit her dying father.

The Magic Hockey Skates (2012)

A young hockey player thinks a used pair of skates will give him three wishes.

The Path (2012)

A man, who strives to save his marriage, offers his wife to spend Christmas in an isolated hut with their son, but when the carpenter arrives jealousy sparks.

Hambre (2014)

A family struggles to find sustenance. The night is coming, and a desperate mother needs to feed her hungry daughters.

Heart of a Dog (1988)

Heart of a Dog (Russian: Собачье сердце, translit. Sobachye serdtse) is a black-and-white 1988 Soviet television film directed by Vladimir Bortko. It is based on Mikhail Bulgakov's novel Heart of a Dog.

Couple of Days (2016)

Three couples deal with their marital troubles.

Drinksgiving (2018)

Sarah Douglas attempts to throw her first grown-up party on the night before Thanksgiving. When her best friend shows up with a new beau and some surprising revelations, Sarah discovers that growing up is not the same for everyone.

Second Fiddle (1923)

A garage mechanic woos his older brother's girlfriend.

God's Gift To Women (1931)

God's Gift to Women (1931) is an American pre-Code romantic musical comedy film by Warner Brothers. The film starred Frank Fay, Charles Winninger, Laura LaPlante, Louise Brooks and Joan Blondell. The film was based on the play called The Devil Was Sick by Jane Hinton, and was originally completed as a musical film. Due to audience distaste for musicals, however, all the songs were cut in American prints. The complete film was released intact in other countries, where there was no such decline in popularity.

1 1/2 Hours (2017)

A woman receives a phone call from a stranger who claims to have kidnapped her daughter.

Those People Next Door (1953)

A working-class woman and a RAF officer fall in love and the affair causes upset in both families.

Paris la blanche (2017)

A woman travels across the Mediterranean Sea by herself to bring her husband home from Paris. When she finally finds him, she realizes he has become a stranger.

When God Sleeps (2017)

When God Sleeps is a 2017 documentary directed by Till Schauder and produced by Schauder and Sara Nodjoumi. It centers around exiled Iranian musician Shahin Najafi, whose provocative lyrics resulted in Grand Ayatollah Lotfollah Safi Golpaygani and Grand Ayatollah Naser Makarem-Shirazi issuing separate fatwa against Najafi for apostasy.

Bullitt County (2018)

Ten years ago, four college friends set out on the Bluegrass Bourbon Trail to visit their favorite Kentucky distilleries. But their exciting adventure took a dark turn when a terrible tragedy struck, something that would haunt them for the rest of their lives Now, ten years later in 1977, the friends reunite for Gordie’s bachelor party. Keaton, his best man, figures there’s no better way to celebrate than to relive the good ol’ days by finishing the Bourbon Trail. But ever since the tragedy in college, Gordie’s life has been especially rough. Their shared secret continues to plague him, and after being injured in Vietnam, he hit the bottle pretty hard. Now that he’s sobered up and gotten his life back together, he’s in no shape to visit a bunch of distilleries. Luckily, Gordie discovers a way out during their distillery tour. He hears of the Bullitt Treasure—buried Prohibition money out in the woods of Bullitt County. And legend has it that the Bullitt Family protects the money at all costs. Looking for any reason to hop off the Bourbon Trail, Gordie plays the groom card, and soon the friends are digging for treasure in the middle of nowhere. But something much worse than the Bullitt Family awaits them in Bullitt County. This reunion has begun to erode Gordie’s years of repression, and that dark secret they all share is about to resurface in violent and terrible ways. Ways that may rip the friends apart for good.

Parchi (2018)

Parchi is a 2018 Pakistani Urdu-language crime comedy film directed by Azfar Jafri and produced by Imran Kazmi and Arif Lakhani under the banner IRK Films. The film stars Hareem Farooq, Ali Rehman Khan and Shafqat Cheema, with Ahmed Ali Akbar, Faiza Saleem, Shafqat Khan and Usman Mukhtar in supporting roles. Khan also wrote film whilst Usman Mukhtar managed cinematography; Farooq also produced the film. It was released and distributed by ARY Films on 5 January 2018.

Amazon Obhijaan (2017)

Amazon Obhijaan is a 2017 Indian Bengali action adventure film written and directed by Kamaleshwar Mukherjee and produced by Shrikant Mohta and Mahendra Soni under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films. Starring Dev in the lead role of Shankar, it is the sequel to 2013 film Chander Pahar and the second installment of Chander Pahar film franchise. The film revolves around Shankar, an adventurer who along with a lady and her father, travels the Amazon in search of the City of Gold, El dorado.

Scaregivers (2008)

Scaregivers is a 2008 Filipino horror-comedy film written by Jourdan Sebastian and directed by Uro Q. dela Cruz, starring Wally Bayola and Jose Manalo.

Face 2 Face (2017)

A coming-of-age dramedy, FACE 2 FACE examines some of the most pressing social issues facing the world's teenagers today -- told through the brutally honest lens of a video chat. Written by brothers Matt & Aaron Toronto, and directed by Matt (The Pact), this compelling, often lighthearted, drama - winner of The Brian Hendricks Award for Innovation at the Edmonton Int'l Film Festival - is ultimately about true friendship and compassion in the face of life's many wrinkles. Having rekindled their childhood friendship, Teel (Daniel Amerman) and Madison (Daniela Bobadilla) begin sharing their lives over the internet as a means of coping with the typical problems of adolescent life. Though they are on opposite ends of the popularity spectrum, Madison, the A-list party girl, takes pity on Teel, the social outcast, vowing to help him win friends on social media. As their relationship deepens, Madison falls for Teel, forcing him to confess the hidden cause of the bullying he faces at school. His admission sets off a sequence of events that ultimately motivates Madison to expose her own devastating secret in a disturbing cry for help. With his best friend in trouble and no other options, Teel steals his grandmother's car and, without a driver's license, makes a courageous cross-country trip to rescue his friend in her hour of need.

The Mimic (2017)

The Mimic is a 2017 South Korean horror-thriller film written and directed by Huh Jung, and starring Yum Jung-ah and Park Hyuk-kwon. It was released on August 17, 2017.

Your Move (2017)

David, a successful New York businessman is on a video call with his wife and child who are visiting her family in Mexico. Suddenly, he witnesses a stranger coming in and brutally attack and kidnap the two. Unable to rely on the country’s law enforcement, he embarks on a journey to find his family and avenge the violence that befell them.

Alison (2016)

In 1994 Alison Botha is raped then stabbed more than 60 times. Left for dead, she finds the will to survive and turns trauma into triumph.

Dark Meridian (2017)

A New Orleans detective gets caught up in a fight between two rival criminal factions while on a stake out. To survive the night, he must find a killer on the run and make things right before the killer reaches his other targets.

Breaking Free (2015)

Filmmaker Sridhar Rangayan exposes human rights violations faced by the LGBTQ community in India.

Happy Journey (2014)

Happy Journey is a 2014 Malayalam drama film written by Arunlal Ramachandran and directed by Boban Samuel, starring Jayasurya, Aparna Gopinath and Lal. The film is produced by Ashiq Usman under the banner of Milestone Cinemas and features music composed by Gopi Sunder, whilst cinematography is handled by Mahesh Raj and is edited by Lijo Paul.

Pheka Pheki (1989)

Pheka Pheki is a Marathi movie released on 28 December 1989. Produced by Chelaram Bhatia along with Lalchand Bhatia and directed by Bipin Varti. The movie is a laughter riot when one lie leads to another resulting in a whole lot of fictitious names and confused people. The storyline is similar to the 1973 movie Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar and went on to be remade in Hindi as Golmaal Returns.

Sandook (2015)

Sandook is a Marathi comedy thriller film starring Sumeet Raghavan and Bharagavi Chirmuley in the lead roles. Sumeet Raghavan is acting for the first time in a Marathi feature film. Sandook is a satirical comic thriller set in pre independence era in a small town. The protagonist Wamanrao Ashtaputre is a simple honest man who always dreams of getting rid of the British Raj. The film was released on 5 June 2015.

The Trader (2019)

A successful stock trader makes a surreal journey to find his true self.

Trouble No More (2017)

Trouble No More showcases Dylan's creative and spiritual mindset during his gospel era, which encompassed three LPs: 1979's Slow Train Coming, 1980's Saved, and 1981's Shot of Love.  For the performances included in the film, the folk-rock icon's backing band included keyboardists Spooner Oldham and Terry Young, Little Feat guitarist Fred Tackett, bassist Tim Drummond, drummer Jim Keltner, and vocalists Clydie King, Gwen Evans, Mona Lisa Young, Regina McCrary, and Mary Elizabeth Bridges.

The Trace We Leave Behind (2017)

A young physician coordinating the transfer of patients is troubled when a patient goes missing one night and completely disappears from the system.

Waiting for The Sun (2016)

China's abandoned children long for their imprisoned parents.

The True Game of Death (1978)

The True Game of Death is a low budget 1979 Bruceploitation film, starring Hsao Lung. The film borrows heavily from Golden Harvest's 1978 Game of Death.

Tongues (1982)

An American student abroad in London joins a new church.

Seagulls (2016)

Childhood friends Avery and Chip reflect on their relationship through a series of memories, which sparks an epiphany in one of them.

BoBoiBoy: The Movie (2016)

BoBoiBoy: The Movie is a 2016 Malaysian computer-animated superhero comedy film that is released on 3 March 2016 in Malaysian cinemas and 13 April 2016 in Indonesian cinemas. The movie is Animonsta Studios' first film production, based on their successful TV series BoBoiBoy. The plot follows BoBoiBoy and his friends on an adventure on a mysterious island to find Ochobot after a group of alien treasure hunters kidnap the robot so they could locate an ancient "Sfera Kuasa" older than Ochobot with untold powers. That quest also leads Boboiboy to meet his toughest foe yet, an alien treasure hunter who is looking to harness the power from this Sfera Kuasa for his greedy needs.

Prison Nurse (1938)

Prison Nurse is a 1938 American drama film directed by James Cruze and written by Earl Felton and Sidney Salkow. The film stars Henry Wilcoxon, Marian Marsh, Bernadene Hayes, Ben Welden, Ray Mayer and John Arledge. The film was released on March 1, 1938, by Republic Pictures.

Our Mighty Yaya (2017)

An unfortunate looking woman becomes a nanny for a wealthy family in Manila.

The Case of the Witch Who Wasn't (1990)

Biracial pen-pal girls (Marie-Stefane Gaudry, Kesnamelly Neff) meet each other in Quebec and befriend an old woman who is said to be a witch.

Veppam (2011)

Veppam (Heat) is a 2011 Indian Tamil-language action thriller film written and directed by newcomer Anjana Ali Khan, starring Nani, Nithya Menen, Bindu Madhavi, and Karthik Kumar. The story narrates events from the slum areas of Chennai, showcasing characters and their struggles. The film, jointly produced by Gautham Menon's Photon Kathaas and R. S. Infotainment, had been in production for over one year. The film released on 29 July 2011, while a dubbed Telugu version, titled Sega, released simultaneously in Andhra Pradesh. Veppam received mixed reviews, as Nani's performance in this action thriller was praised. Veppam/Sega failed at the box office in both versions.

Blue Money (1972)

Dark drama about a man losing control of his life as he becomes caught up in the sleazy underworld of pornographic filmmaking.

The Man You Had in Mind (2006)

Filmmakers follow five gay couples and explore how they fit into their cultures.

The Legend of Mor'du (2012)

A power-obsessed prince seeks a magic spell that would allow him to wrest control of a kingdom from his brothers.

Residenté (2017)

After taking a DNA test, Latin America's most decorated artist, Rene Perez, embarks on a global adventure to trace the footsteps of his ancestors and record his latest album.

Paris Prestige (2017)

Two brothers passionately disagree about how to run their family-owned bar.

Word is Bond (2017)

Sacha Jenkins explores lyricism and the artists that practice the art form in hip-hop music.

Curse of the Witch's Doll (2018)

Adeline Gray’s attempt to escape bombing leads her to a derelict, creepy manor in the woods. When Adeline’s young daughter goes missing, a series of inexplicable events lead her to believe a haunted doll holds a vengeful soul; the soul of a murdered Witch. As Adeline’s desperate search continues, she soon realizes she too is at the mercy of The Witch’s Doll.

On Wheels (2017)

Lucas, a 13-year-old wheelchair user, and Las, a 12-year-old girl, set off on a trip to find Las' father.

Our People Will Be Healed (2017)

Our People Will Be Healed is a 2017 Canadian documentary film by Alanis Obomsawin. The film premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. The film explores the Helen Betty Osborne Ininiw Education Resource Centre, an N-12 Frontier School Division school in Norway House, Manitoba where Cree students are taught about their own history and culture alongside the regular Manitoba school curriculum.Obomsawin previously filmed at the school during the production of We Can't Make the Same Mistake Twice to document the story of Jordan River Anderson, a Cree child whose death became the basis of Jordan's Principle, a federal government commitment to funding services for Indigenous children. Impressed by the school's success in helping to develop strong, healthy children, she decided to tell its story in a standalone film. The title, Our People Will Be Healed is a quote from someone interviewed in the film, and Obomsawin has said she sees a new optimism for Canadian Indigenous people.In December, TIFF named the film to its annual year-end list of the ten best Canadian films.

Home Invaders (2018)

A single mother restores a Victorian home and opens a bed-and-breakfast. But the arrival of a guest with a hidden agenda shatters the peace.

La razón de la culpa (1943)

A Spanish man travels to Mexico to claim his inheritance without knowing that he will find the love of his life.

The Worthy (2017)

Survivors of a global catastrophe defend one of the last sources of clean water from infiltrators.

Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972)

Silent Night, Bloody Night (also released as Night of the Dark Full Moon and Death House) is a 1972 American horror film directed by Theodore Gershuny and co-produced by Lloyd Kaufman. The film stars Patrick O'Neal and cult actress Mary Woronov in leading roles, with John Carradine in a supporting performance. The plot follows a series of murders that occur in a small town on Christmas Eve after a man inherits a family estate which was once an insane asylum. Many of the cast and crew members were former Warhol superstars: Mary Woronov, Ondine, Candy Darling, Kristen Steen, Tally Brown, Lewis Love, filmmaker Jack Smith and artist Susan Rothenberg. It was filmed in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York in 1970 but was not released theatrically until 1972.

City Without Baseball (2008)

City Without Baseball is a 2008 Hong Kong drama film starring Ron Heung and other members of the Hong Kong National Baseball Team. It is directed by South African-born Hong Kong filmmaker Lawrence Ah Mon, about a city where baseball is almost unknown, and where the team plays to empty stadia. It explores several themes traditionally regarded as 'taboo' in Hong Kong society, in an unusually open, convention-defying way, and features full-frontal male nudity in several scenes. It is the first of seven such films by Scud. The six later films are: Permanent Residence in 2009, Amphetamine in 2010, Love Actually... Sucks! in 2011, Voyage in 2013, Utopians in 2015 and Thirty Years of Adonis in 2017. His eighth film, Naked Nation, is currently in production.

Never Let Go (2015)

A single mother who is on vacation takes the law into her own hands to take back her abducted child.

Counterpunch (2017)

As boxing's popularity wanes, three fighters at different stages of their career make sacrifices to pursue their dreams of becoming champions.

Bunnyman Vengeance (2017)

The deadly adventures of Bunnyman continue in the third and final film in the Bunnyman trilogy, Bunnyman Vengeance on digital 10/20 and DVD/BD on 11/21 from Uncork’d Entertainment. The adventures of Bunnyman continue in the third and final film in the Bunnyman franchise. The man known as Bunnyman returns home to find his family running a haunted house attraction. The family welcomes him home, but soon realizes you cannot domesticate a wild animal. Death and mayhem ensue as the family turn on one another to fulfill their bloodlust.

There Is a House Here (2017)

There Is a House Here is a Canadian documentary film by Alan Zweig, which premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. Taking its name from the English translation of Igloolik, the film explores several visits by Zweig to the Canadian territory of Nunavut, accompanied by rock singer Lucie Idlout.

Trippin' To The Alter (2017)

Sam proposed to Katie, but felt he needed to add something more to the experience...Sam’s not insane, just impulsive, so after abruptly popping the question, Sam decides to give his reality show-loving fiance, Katie, a wedding gift she’ll never forget, her own documentary film crew. So, you get to see what happens when a couple has a camera follow them during one of the most stressful, crazy times of their lives. Come follow Sam and Katie on their journey, from “she said YES” to they say “I do”