Love, Freedom and Treachery (1961)
The Star (2002)
No Way Back (1953)
No Way Back (German: Weg ohne Umkehr) is a 1953 West German drama film directed by Victor Vicas and starring Ivan Desny, Ruth Niehaus and René Deltgen. It was made at the height of the Cold War.
In 1945 following the Battle of Berlin, a Red Army officer is able to protect a young German woman he finds living in a cellar. Several years later he returns to the city as a civilian, finds her again and makes plans to flee from East to West Germany under the noses of the KGB.
Shadow is a 2013 Telugu film produced by Paruchuri Kireeti on United Movies banner and directed by Meher Ramesh. The film stars Venkatesh, Tapsee, Srikanth, Madhurima in the lead roles and music was composed by S. Thaman. The film was released on 26 April 2013.
The Suspect (2006)
Deep Water (2000)
Intrepid, also known as Deep Water, is a 2000 action film produced by Jim Wynorski and starring James Coburn, Costas Mandylor, Finola Hughes, Blake Clark, Julie McCullough, and Kevin Rahm.
Rage is a 2006 German television crime film directed by Züli Aladağ.
Heat Wave (2009)
Heat Wave (French: Les Grandes Chaleurs) is a 2009 Canadian drama film directed by Sophie Lorain.
Red Riding Hood (2006)
Red Riding Hood is a 2006 American musical film starring Morgan Thompson as "Red", Henry Cavill as "the Hunter", and Joey Fatone as "the Wolf".
The Trap (1922)
The Trap is a 1922 American silent film starring Lon Chaney, directed by Robert Thornby, and released by Universal Pictures. The movie was released in the United Kingdom under the title Heart of a Wolf. The film stars Chaney as the leading character, Alan Hale as his rival, and Irene Rich as the female lead. Chaney had also appeared in an unrelated film of the same name in 1913.
Hero is a 2007 Japanese feature film based on the 2001 Japanese TV series of the same name. The original series spawned a 2-hour TV special in 2006 which followed the main character, Kuryu, five years later. That special sets up the lead-in for the 2007 feature film.
The Man I Love (1947)
The Man I Love is a 1947 American film noir melodrama directed by Raoul Walsh, based on the novel Night Shift by Maritta M. Wolff, and starring Ida Lupino, Robert Alda and Bruce Bennett. The title is from the George and Ira Gershwin song "The Man I Love", which is prominently featured.
Black Angel (2002)
The Silent Scream (1980)
What is the deadly secret haunting the Engel’s family? Young co-ed Scotty (Rebecca Balding, The Boogens) is unable to find housing on the campus. She finds a vacancy at the Engels’ mansion, now a boarding house for college students. Mrs. Engels (Yvonne De Carlo, TV’s The Munsters) and her son seem nice enough, but it becomes clear to Scotty that something is not right at her new residence. When her fellow boarders begin dying, two detectives (Cameron Mitchell, Toolbox Murders and comedian Avery Schreiber, in a serious role) must solve the mystery of the Engels’ boarding house before the body count rises. Written and produced by Ken and Jim Wheat, the creative team behind Pitch Black, The Fly II and A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, and featuring horror icon Barbara Steele (Black Sunday) in an unforgettable role, Silent Scream was one of the most successful independent horror films of the slasher era.
The Actress (2011)
Ghost Train (2006)
Ghost Train is a Japanese horror film released in 2006. It was the first Japanese film that was released in Korea before Japan.
The Heist (1999)
The Heist (also known as The Metal Box and Shot Down) is a 2001 heist film produced by Whyte House Productions and Arama Entertainment. It was written and directed by Kurt Voss, and stars Ice-T and Luke Perry. It was released straight-to-DVD on August 14, 2001.
The Girls (1961)
The Girls (Russian: Девчата, translit. Devchata) is a 1961 Soviet romantic comedy directed by Yuri Chulyukin based on a screenplay by Boris Bednyj.
The Passage (2004)
Departures (Turkish: Kavuşma) is a 2011 Turkish short film directed by Ali Y. Akarçeşme. The film is twelve minutes long and is about immigration to the United States from Turkey. In order to raise funds for the film, Akarçeşme held a successful Kickstarter campaign that raised $2,665. Departures was named Best Drama at the Brownfish Short Film Festival in New York City in 2011. And he won the Best Director Award at NY ITN Distribution Film Festival. These awards were the first Akarçeşme received while living in the United States. In 2012, the film was screened at New York's Rushes Soho Shorts Film Festival and the Love Your Shorts Film Festival and competed in the Boston Turkish Film Festival. The film also had official selections in various festivals such as NY Soho International, New Hope, Spain's Renderyard, Buffalo Niagara, NJ's Garden State and more.
Reach for the Sky (2015)
All or Nothing (2014)
The Executioner (2009)
Walls is a 1968 Hungarian drama film directed by András Kovács. It was entered into the 6th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Diploma.
Blood Ties (2010)
The Price of Love (1984)
Murder Story (1977)
One Fine Day (1962)
Little Red Riding Hood (1901)
The Winter's Tale (1967)
The Winter's Tale is a 1967 British TV film based on The Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare. Directed by Frank Dunlop, it stars Laurence Harvey and Jane Asher. It was produced by Peter Snell and filmed in 1966. It was adapted from a popular stage production at the Edinburgh Festival which had a successful transfer to London.
Detour is a 1967 Bulgarian drama film directed by Grisha Ostrovski and Todor Stoyanov. It was entered into the 5th Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Special Golden Prize and the Prix FIPRESCI.
In a winter that brought an exceptional amount of challenges to riders all over the world, Absinthe's newest snowboard film reminds us how much our reality is affected by what we make of it.
The Champion (1973)
The Champion aka. Hao Ke is a 1973 Hong Kong film directed by Yeung Jing Chan.
Adam and Eve (1983)
Anywhere Else (2015)
Guru is a 1997 Indian Malayalam-language fantasy film directed by Rajiv Anchal and written by C. G. Rajendra Babu from a story by Anchal. Mohanlal played the lead role in the film, while Nedumudi Venu, Srinivasan, Suresh Gopi, Sithara, Kaveri Muralidharan and Sreelakshmi appeared in supporting roles. A highly metaphorical movie with multiple layers of meaning, the story bears some thematic resemblance with Plato's Allegory of The Cave. The movie makes a strong statement on various extreme divisions in the society, and the resulting conflicts and violence; evils which lie deep within one's own mind and reflected in the world. The movie portraits this human predicament as a result of the ignorance into the true nature of things. Guru himself can be regarded as a symbol of the manifestation of the supreme liberating knowledge.
The Mill (1909)
Expressens Mysterium (1914)
Struggle in the Valley (1954)
The Blazing Sun listen (help·info) is a 1954 Egyptian romance/drama film directed by Egyptian film director Youssef Chahine and written by Helmy Halim and Ali El Zorkani. It starred Omar Sharif and Faten Hamama. This was the first film role that Omar Sharif played. In 1996, during the Egyptian Cinema centennial, this film was selected one of the best 150 Egyptian film productions. It was presented in the 1954 Cannes Film Festival under the name The Blazing Sky.
Dödsritten under cirkuskupolen (1912)
Tender Flesh (1997)
Big Game (2013)
You and Me (1971)
Due West: Our Sex Journey (2012)
Set in contemporary Hong Kong, several young people search for romance, struggling to learn the difference between lust and love in an adventure that takes them to the mainland – where pleasure is much more readily available.
Private Popsicle (1983)
Three young Israeli men join the army, and it soon turns out that they're more interested in chasing skirts than following orders.
Savaale Samaali (2015)
Savaale Samaali is a 2015 Indian Tamil language comedy-drama film written and directed by Sathyasiva. The film features Ashok Selvan and Bindu Madhavi in the lead roles. Produced by actor C. Arunpandian, the film features music composed by S. Thaman. The film began production in June 2014 under the working title Kekae Bokae.
Brats is a 1991 Hungarian drama film directed by János Rózsa. The film was selected as the Hungarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 64th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Bad, stylized as bAd, is a 2007 drama film directed and written by Vincenzo Giammanco about a young boy who is dyslexic.
The Victim (1980)
The Last Man (2006)
Le dernier homme is a 2006 Lebanese film by the Lebanese director Ghassan Salhab.
Noah's Ark (2010)
Two Men in Town (1959)
Hokuspokus oder: Wie lasse ich meinen Mann verschwinden...? (1966)
Hocuspocus (German: Hokuspokus) is a 1966 West German comedy film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Heinz Rühmann, Liselotte Pulver and Fritz Tillmann. It is based on a play by Curt Goetz, which had previously been adapted into several film versions.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Otto Pischinger. It was shot at the CCC Studios in Berlin.
Danny and the Dinosaur... and More Friendly (1990)
Underworld (also called Transmutations) is a 1985 British horror film written by Clive Barker and James Caplin. It stars Denholm Elliott, Nicola Cowper, Steven Berkoff, Larry Lamb, Ingrid Pitt, Irina Brook and Art Malik. The film was directed by George Pavlou.
The film's music was produced by synthpop group Freur, which later evolved into the band Underworld, their name taken from the film's title.
The Night Before Christmas (1913)
The Night Before Christmas (Russian: Ночь пе́ред Рождество́м, Noch pered Rozhdestvom) is a 1913 silent film made in the Russian Empire by Ladislas Starevich, based on the tale of the same name by Nikolai Gogol. Unlike most of Starevich's films, it is mainly live-action.
Escape from Hell (2000)
Escape from Hell is a 2001 Christian film.
Dog Days (1970)
Rötmånad (American title: Dog Days, British title: What Are You Doing After the Orgy?) is a Swedish dark comedy film from 1970 directed by Jan Halldoff.
In the Stockholm archipelago lives the barber Assar Gustafsson (played by Carl-Gustaf Lindstedt) peacefully with his 17-year-old daughter Anna-Bella (played by Christina Lindberg). One day Assar’s wife Sally (Ulla Sjöblom) comes back after five years of absence and she starts up a brothel with the young girl as the main attraction.
The film contains a lot of nudity and violence, but also a lot of humor, and has achieved cult film status in Sweden. In 2014, SF released it on DVD as part of Fyra klassiska filmer av Jan Halldoff box set.
Rip Van Winkle (1914)
The Rock (2011)
Danse Macabre (1958)
The Nutcracker (1985)
The Apple (1963)
The Farm (1938)
Lost Love (1978)