Dead Reckoning (1990)
Dead Reckoning was a 1990 television film, directed by Robert Michael Lewis, starring Cliff Robertson, Rick Springfield, and Susan Blakely. The film score was composed by Mark Snow. The film was featured on USA Up All Night.
Animal Treasure Island (1971)
Animal Treasure Island (どうぶつ宝島, Dōbutsu Takarajima) is a 1971 Japanese anime feature film adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. The film was produced by Toei Animation and released on the studio's 20th anniversary. It was licensed and distributed in English-language countries by Discotek Media.
Mysterious Intruder (1946)
Mysterious Intruder is a 1946 American mystery film noir based on the radio drama The Whistler. Directed by William Castle, the production features Richard Dix, Barton MacLane and Nina Vale. It is the fifth of Columbia Pictures' eight "Whistler" films produced in the 1940s, the first seven starring Dix.
Le Vent d'Est (1970)
Wind from the East (French: Le Vent d'est) is a 1970 film by the Dziga Vertov Group, a radical filmmaking cooperative that, at its core, included Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin. As with most films from this period in Godard's career, directing credit was given to the collective and not himself or other individual filmmakers.
Of the Dziga Vertov Group films, Wind from the East became particularly notable due to Peter Wollen's influential essay about it: "Godard and Counter Cinema: Vent d'est." Wollen contends that Wind from the East exemplifies how Brechtian principles of "epic theatre" can be applied to film as "counter cinema."
Ride in a Pink Car (1974)
A Vietnam veteran (Glenn Corbett) comes home to hostility in the South.
Three groups plan to rob one bank -- at the same time.
Tears of Kali (2004)
Tears of Kali is a 2004 German horror film directed by Andreas Marschall.
One step behind you (2004)
A woman (Florence Pernel) stands accused of murdering her violent husband.
Angry Babies in Love (2014)
Angry Babies in Love is a 2014 Malayalam romantic comedy film directed by Saji Surendran and scripted by Krishna Poojappura. It stars Anoop Menon and Bhavana. The film, produced by Darshan Ravi under the banner of Demac Creations, has music composed by Bijibal and cinematography by Anil Nair. The film was released on 14 June 2014 and received mixed reviews from critics. The music label for the movie is Muzik247
Kid Nightingale (1939)
Kid Nightingale is a 1939 American musical comedy film directed by George Amy and written by Charles Belden and Raymond L. Schrock. The film stars John Payne, Jane Wyman, Walter Catlett, Edward Brophy, Charles D. Brown, Max Hoffman Jr. and John Ridgely. The film was released by Warner Bros. on November 4, 1939.
A Guerra da Beatriz (2013)
Beatriz's War is a 2013 drama film directed by Luigi Acquisto and Bety Reis. It is the first full-length feature film to be produced by East Timor. Its premiere was on 17 September 2013 in Dili. The film was shown in the first month to 30,000 East Timorese at outdoor screenings. It was screened at the 2013 Adelaide Film Festival.
Santa Fe Saddlemates (1945)
Santa Fe Saddlemates is a 1945 American Western film directed by Thomas Carr and written by Bennett Cohen. Starring Sunset Carson, Linda Stirling, Olin Howland, Roy Barcroft, Bud Geary and Kenne Duncan, it was released on June 2, 1945, by Republic Pictures.
The Secret Mark of D'Artagnan (1962)
The Secret Mark of D'Artagnan (Italian: Il colpo segreto di D'Artagnan, French: Le secret de d'Artagnan) is a 1962 Italian-French adventure film written and directed by Siro Marcellini and starring George Nader and Magali Noël.
The film is about the adventures of D'Artagnan in the year 1632, between The Three Musketeers and Twenty Years After.
Jake's Booty Call (2003)
A party guy (Julian Max Metter) and his virginal friend go in search of sex.
Once Upon a Dream (1949)
Once Upon a Dream is a 1949 British comedy romance film directed by Ralph Thomas in his debut and starring Googie Withers, Griffith Jones, Guy Middleton, and Maurice Denham.
The Twelve Trees of Christmas (2013)
To save her beloved library from a real-estate developer (Robin Dunne), a woman (Lindy Booth) organizes a contest to decorate Christmas trees.
Divorce His - Divorce Hers (1973)
Divorce His, Divorce Hers is a 1973 American made-for-television drama film starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. The film examines the conflicted emotions felt by a couple whose 18-year marriage has frayed beyond repair. The first half of the film details the story from the husband's perspective, and the second half takes the wife's perspective.
Any Which Way You Punch (1979)
Chinese freedom fighters battle traitors in their midst as they wage war against the government.
Terror of the Plains (1934)
Terror of the Plains is a 1934 American western film directed by Harry S. Webb and starring Tom Tyler, Roberta Gale and William Gould.
The Master Strikes Back (1985)
A weapons instructor goes on a killing spree after his son is castrated.
Black Ops (2008)
Deadwater a.k.a. BlackOps a.k.a. Nazi Dawn in the United Kingdom, is a horror film written and produced by Ethan Wiley, it was directed by Roel Reiné and stars Lance Henriksen, Gary Stretch, James Russo, D. C. Douglas and Jim Hanks. The film was produced by Wiseacre Films and Rebel Film and released in the US by First Look Studios.
A college graduate battling depression has to choose between pursuing his passions or sticking to the protection of his small town.
MOTH (Man of the House) (2014)
A 9-year-old boy tries to take care of his sick mother in a chaotic world.
Will A Man Rob God? (2013)
A man receives a surprising revelation when he tries to find out if his pastor is stealing donations from the church's collection plate.
Midnight Oil: Black Rain Falls (1990)
The Aussie band performs on a flatbed truck in front of the Exxon building.
Zombie Boy (2015)
A green serum turns a man into a beer-chugging zombie.
The Last of England (1988)
The Last of England is a 1988 British film directed by Derek Jarman. It is a poetic, rather than realistic, depiction of what Jarman felt was the loss of traditional English culture in the 1980s. It is named after a painting by the Pre-Raphaelite artist Ford Madox Brown. Jarman wrote a book to accompany the film, which deals more explicitly with the relationship he had with his father, who was a Lancaster bomber pilot in the Second World War. Jarman used the impact of his father's despair, depression and violence on his own artistic vision. The depression that his father suffered is attributed to the high number of fatalities that bomber crews experienced and the carpet-bombing of civilians. The film is also a means to explore his vision of the dissolution of traditional (pre-war) English life. (See his earlier film Jubilee to contextualize it with the 1977 punk movement of the time). The book and to a lesser extent the film are very much in the tradition of Roland Barthes Camera Lucida, Susan Sontag's On Photography, Jeanette Winterson's 'Art Objects' and to a lesser extent John Berger's Ways of Seeing in that he has used the deeply familiar and personal as a vehicle for dialogue about art and contemporary culture. Derek Jarman received the 1988 Teddy Award in Berlin for the film.
Death Game (2002)
A young basketball player faces violence and corruption as he prepares to turn professional.
Pee Stains and Other Disasters (2005)
Two 16-year-old best friends share a summer they'll never forget.
A detective (Mark Strong) who can probe people's minds must determine if a troubled teenager (Taissa Farmiga) is a sociopath capable of murder, or a victim of trauma.
The Gay Intruders (1944)
Medal for the General is a 1944 British comedy film directed by Maurice Elvey. The screenplay by Elizabeth Baron is based on the novel of the same title by James Ronald.
Paratiisin avaimet (2014)
In 1984 in Iran, homeless brothers struggle to survive in a country at war.
The Last Buck Hunt (2013)
An unassuming cameraman is forced to take charge and hold his TV crew together when they begin pursuing a legendary buck that has been terrorizing locals for years.
Salmon Confidential (2013)
Biologist Alexandra Morton discovers a government cover-up of a disease killing salmon.
Sunshine Superman (2015)
Sunshine Superman is a 2014 American and Norwegian documentary film that depicts the life and death of Carl Boenish, an American freefall cinematographer considered the "father of BASE jumping." The film was produced and directed by Marah Strauch and produced by Eric Bruggemann. It is a co-production of Scissor Kick Films (US) and Flimmer Films, and co-producer Lars Løge (Norway). It premiered as an Opening Night film at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 4, 2014. It was released in North America by Magnolia Pictures on May 22, 2015 and later internationally by Universal Pictures. It had its North American broadcast premiere on CNN on January 17, 2016.
The Thundering Trail (1951)
The Thundering Trail is a 1951 American film produced and directed by Ron Ormond starring Lash LaRue and Al "Fuzzy" St. John. It was the ninth of LaRue's films for Ormond's Western Adventures Productions Inc. The film was the third to be released by Howco, Ron Ormond's new film company composed of Ormond and drive-in movie owners Joy N. Houck and J. Francis White, and Ormond's second film as director. The screenplay is co-written by Ormond's wife June Carr and Associate Producer Ira S. Webb. The film features a large amount of footage from previous Ormond LaRue Westerns.
The Texas Rambler (1935)
A rancher (Bill Cody) runs into some trouble on the range.
Pervirella is a 1997 adventure-comedy film which was directed by Alex Chandon, the film stars Emily Booth in the lead role and featured brief cameos from Jonathan Ross and Mark Lamarr. Pervirella harbors a sex demon within her.
A Sleepless Night (1940)
A mouse and a wife are kept awake by a snoring dog.
With little time left, a mother embarks on a search to save her daughter's life, but ends up putting all their lives in jeopardy in a game of reverse Russian Roulette.
Catch The Heat (1987)
A tough, sexy San Francisco cop goes undercover to infiltrate a drug ring. She goes to Argentina and bills herself as Cinderella Pu, a Chinese dancer with a unique flashdance/martial arts style. She becomes an instant hit and soon attracts an agent who says he can make her a star in America. But this agent is at the center of the drug ring and is using women to ship heroine in their breast implants.
Three Steps North (1951)
Three Steps North is a 1951 Italian–American film noir crime film directed by W. Lee Wilder and starring Lloyd Bridges, Lea Padovani and Aldo Fabrizi. The film is also known as Tre passi a nord in Italy.
Petticoat Politics (1941)
Petticoat Politics is a 1941 film, the ninth and final of Republic's Higgins Family series.
The Grass Is Always Greener Over the Septic Tank (1978)
A husband and wife from New York decide to trade the hassles of big-city life for the perceived peace of suburbia.
A young man's view on love is abruptly changed when he goes looking for his boyfriend who seemingly disappeared in the desert.
What Have They Done to Your Daughters? (1974)
What Have They Done to Your Daughters? (Italian: La polizia chiede aiuto) is a 1974 Italian film directed by Massimo Dallamano. The film is about police officers investigating a case of a 14-year-old Silvia Polvesi who has been found hanged after receiving an anonymous phone call. After interrogating suspescts and witnesses, a tape is discovered where several sexual encounters are recorded. This leads the police to an underage prostitution ring.
In Plain Sight (2004)
A hit man (Todd Lawhorne) finds love while trying to figure out who is threatening his operation.
The Century Plaza (2006)
Filmmaker Eric Lahey interviews denizens of a rundown hotel in Portland, Ore.
Boy Friend (1939)
Boy Friend is a 1939 American comedy film directed by James Tinling and written by Joseph Hoffman and Barry Trivers. The film stars Jane Withers, Arleen Whelan, George Ernest, Richard Bond, Douglas Fowley and Warren Hymer. The film was released on May 19, 1939, by 20th Century Fox.
Follow My Voice: With the Music of Hedwig (2006)
Filmmaker Katherine Linton examines the lives of four homosexual and transgendered teenagers.
Razor Blade Smile (1998)
Razor Blade Smile is an 1998 British vampire film written and directed by Jake West. It stars Eileen Daly, Christopher Adamson, and Heidi James.
Everybody's Child (2012)
Garry Fraser, a recovering heroin addict and director, faces up to the damage done by his life of crime and drugs.
Miserly Victorian businessman Ebenezer Scrooge is persuaded to change his ways one Christmas by visitations from the ghost of his former business partner and The Spirits of Christmas past, Christmas Present and Christmas Yet-To-Come.
Delusion is a 1991 American film noir directed by Carl Colpaert.
The Great Day on the Beach (1991)
The Great Day on the Beach (Danish: Den store badedag) is a 1991 Danish drama film directed by Stellan Olsson. The film was selected as the Danish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 64th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
A lonely man hires a troupe of actors to pose as his family to spice up his birthday celebration.
Wicked Lake (2008)
Two groups of deranged men stalk four women thinking they will be easy prey, but at midnight the tables are turned and all hell breaks loose.
A Sweet Sickness: The Flathead Movie (2011)
Filmmaker Brian Darwas talks with the world's top engine builders and fabricators about the motor that pioneered a movement, the Ford flathead.
Loafer is a 1973 Bollywood film directed by A. Bhimsingh. The film stars Dharmendra, Mumtaz, Padma Khanna, K.N. Singh.
Beezy Bear (1955)
Donald and the park ranger have words over the fact that Donald feels a bear is stealing his honey but cannot identify him. The bear, Humphrey, keeps trying to steal the honey but the bees outsmart him. When Donald finds him trying to siphon honey out of the hose, he fills the hose with water and Donald, Humphrey and the ranger all wind up being splattered into the water pond. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.
The Mendoza Line (2014)
A minor-league baseball player (Juan Carlos Arena) lives in fear that he will fail to achieve his dream, and that his and his wife's status as illegal immigrants will be revealed.
Portraits Chinois (1996)
A fashion designer's (Helena Bonham Carter) friends spend time bickering, lying to themselves and to one another.
8 Reels of Sewage (2012)
Sick of her perverted boss and his crass movies, an adult film editor sets out on her own with one goal: to prove that she can make a sophisticated, erotic film.
She Lives Her Life (2015)
A pawn shop worker named Betsy lives her life in a sequence of 12 chapters.
Up a Tree (1955)
Up a Tree is a 1955 animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The film stars Donald Duck and Chip 'n' Dale, with Donald trying to top a tree in which Chip and Dale are living. It was directed by Jack Hannah and features original music by Oliver Wallace.
Bye Felicia (2015)
Horror shorts, each ending with the phrase "Bye, Felicia."
Expert Weapon (1993)
Adam, a convicted murderer on death row, is given the opportunity to join a secret government commando force that will mold him into a skilled and ruthless killing machine.
Fire in the Night (2013)
Fire in the Night is a 2013 British documentary film about the Piper Alpha disaster directed by Anthony Wonke. It won the Audience Award at the 2013 Edinburgh International Film Festival. It was first shown on television on 9 July 2013 on BBC Two, three days after the 25th anniversary of the disaster.
Christmas Mountain (1981)
Christmas Mountain: The Story of a Cowboy Angel is a 1981 western film about the true meaning of the Christmas spirit. Starring Mark Miller of Savannah Smiles and Slim Pickens in one of his final roles, the film was originally produced and released in 1981. The original 16MM master was then lost for 20 years. Jack Evans, a partner and financier of the original film, eventually regained possession of the master. It was digitally remastered by Victory Studios of Los Angeles in 2008, and is now available on DVD.
A New York Times review of the original release said, "This heartwarming Christmas tale contains a western twist as it tells the tale of a heavenly cowpoke who rides down to earth to ride herd on a few people in need of some miracles."
The Pacific and Eddy (2008)
Four friends attempt to come to terms with the loss of a dear friend.
The King and Queen of Moonlight Bay (2003)
A teenager travels to Arizona to visit the father (Tim Matheson) who abandoned her when she was a child.
Nabonga is a 1944 PRC film starring Buster Crabbe and Julie London (in her film debut). It was retitled Jungle Woman in the British Empire.
Borealis is a Canadian comedy-drama film, directed by Sean Garrity and released in 2015.
Dreams and Shadows (2009)
Dreams and Shadows is a 2009 American drama film written and directed by Tamarat Makonnen as his feature film debut, and stars James Russo and Shawn-Caulin Young. The film had its Los Angeles premiere at the American Film Institute in October 2009.
Where Are You Bucharest? (2014)
Filmmaker Vlad Petri follows Romanian protesters on the streets of Bucharest.
Take Me Home Again (1994)
An estranged son (Craig T. Nelson) drives his dying father (Kirk Douglas) cross-country to his birthplace, granting his last wish.
Karingunnam 6's (2016)
Karinkunnam 6's is a 2016 Indian Malayalam sports drama film directed by Deepu Karunakaran. It stars Manju Warrier an ex-railway sportswoman who as a volleyball coach trains a group of prisoners portrayed by Babu Antony, Baiju, Padmaraj Ratheesh, Sudev Nair, Sudheer Karamana, Jacob Gregory, and Santhosh Keezhattoor. The musical score and songs are composed by Rahul Raj. The film was released in Kerala on 6 July 2016. The film is a tribute to Jimmy George.
A Millionaire on the Run (2012)
A professional bag man's life changes when he plans to reveal the illegal activities of his boss.
License to Operate (2015)
Former gang leaders work with community leaders and law enforcement to break cycles of violence that they once had a hand in creating.
Dancing Trees (2009)
Dancing Trees is a Canadian drama thriller film directed by Anne Wheeler and written by Joseph Nasser. Its cast features Brooke Burns, Katie Boland and Amanda Tapping.
Passionate People (2002)
Apasionados (English: Passionate People) is a 2002 Argentine romantic comedy film directed by Juan José Jusid, starring Pablo Echarri, Nancy Dupláa and Natalia Verbeke.
Dog Days of Winter (2015)
A retrospective spotlights the start of organized freestyle skiing in the early 1970s in America.
Three young women (Irina Potapenko, Henriette Mller, Desire Jaeger) display violent tempers while living in a public-housing suburb.
Wolfhound is a 2002 American film. It was shot in Ireland.
A woman struggles to keep her restaurant afloat, while maintaining a demanding relationship with a younger man.
No. 17 (2003)
Authorities struggle to identify the last victim of a bus bombing.
A 40ish mother (Brooke Adams) allows her sister (Lynne Adams) to videotape her makeover and subsequent date with a restaurateur.
5 Shells (2012)
5 Shells is a 2012 American apocalyptic drama film. The film is written and directed by Paul S. Myers and stars Kelsey Hutton and Eve Kozikowski.
The Rose Technique (2002)
The Rose Technique, also known as Deranged, is a direct-to-DVD American film starring Sally Kirkland, JoBeth Williams, Kari Wuhrer, Jason Brooks and Sage Kirkpatrick.
Luciana and Pedro meet at a costume party and instantly fall in love.
Where Eskimos Live (2002)
Where Eskimos Live (AKA Tam, gdzie żyją Eskimosi) is a feature film released in 2002 under Polish-American-British and Germany co-operation.
Sharkey, posing as a UNICEF rescuer of war orphans but really part of the sinister world of child trade, picks up Vlado, an orphan of war, dreaming of freedom and a better life. They embark upon a strange and enlightening journey through war-torn Bosnia. As they struggle to get out of the country and fight to stay alive, they find a special love and compassion from which emerges their ultimate moral and spiritual redemption.
666: Teen Warlock (2016)
A teenager learns from a witch that he's destined to become a warlock on his 18th birthday.
Early Grave (2013)
10 years after a cruel teenage prank turns deadly, the seven culprits who tried to cover it up are stalked by a murderous psychopath who's hell-bent on revenge.
A Certain Sacrifice (1985)
A Certain Sacrifice is a 1985 American drama film co-written and directed by Stephen Jon Lewicki and starring Madonna, Jeremy Pattnosh and Charles Kurtz. It was Madonna's first movie, filmed around September 1979, but not released until 1985. The film is an "oddball" independent film, shot on-and-off over two years in New York City for just $20,000. Madonna finished her scenes in the Fall of 1980. Almost all of the cast were unpaid.
A female vampire (Ming Ballard) is allergic to blood.
Vindication is independent film maker Bart Mastronardi's feature length psychological horror movie, based on his award winning short. A morality tale about a young man whose attempt at suicide fails causing his guilt to manifest into reality. Vindication is completed and is now awaiting major film festival circuiting for 2009.
Alternate Realities (2014)
A man travels between three different time lines.
Made In Cleveland (2013)
Made in Cleveland is a 2013 anthology film consisting of 11 short films featuring the work of seven different directors and five screenwriters. The short films all relate in some way to the subject of life, love, and the pursuit of happiness in Cleveland, Ohio. The film was written, directed, produced largely by people with connections to Cleveland, and it stars a cast and crew consisting predominantly of current or former Clevelanders, including Shaker Heights native Jamie Babbit and Cleveland natives Eric Swinderman and Robert C. Banks, Jr. The film stars an ensemble cast, among them Busy Philipps, Gillian Jacobs, George Roth, Jeffrey Grover, Robin Swoboda, Leon Bibb, Brendan Potter, Derek Koger, Linda Ryan, Robbie Barnes, Charlie Martini, and others. Made in Cleveland premiered June 13, 2013 at the historic Atlas Cinemas Lakeshore 7 theater in Euclid, Ohio. It opened June 21 in five Atlas Cinemas theaters in Ohio, and was well reviewed in the local press. Made in Cleveland will be released by its distributor, Striped Entertainment, in additional select cities in the United States in Summer 2013.
Lieutenant Schuster's Wife (1972)
A widow (Lee Grant) tries to clear her husband, a slain New York policeman accused of taking bribes.
Dans une galaxie près de chez vous 2 (2008)
A space crew must recover a vital machine from aliens.