Maggie's Passage (2009)

A man (Mike Norris) and a woman help a teenager (Ali Faulkner) after she runs away from her adoptive mother (Janine Turner).

Fly High (2006)

A Korean high-school student falls in love with a terminally ill classmate.

My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts (1999)

My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts is a 1999 animated short by Torill Kove. Co-produced by Marcy Page of the National Film Board of Canada and Lars Tømmerbakke of Studio Magica in Norway, the film humorously recounts a tall tale about the filmmaker's grandmother in Oslo, Norway, during World War II, who actually ironed the shirts for Norway's King Haakon VII for many years.

Echo Of Blue (1996)

A woman tries to catch an elusive serial killer before she becomes the next victim.

Fear (2009)

Filmmakers study residents of Amsterdam who struggle with anxiety disorders.

Dark Waters (2003)

A girl travels to an island after the death of her father to find out why he funded a monastery.

Solarmax (2000)

The sun is the only star that we can study directly but it is so completely ubiquitous, so intrinsic to life and culture, that we are effectively blind to it. It's time for a new look. Just as the telescope made the universe conceivable so new satellite borne instruments are allowing us to look at a sun that we have never seen before. For the first time we really can study a star in full spate as it builds up to its next peak of violence - the solar maximum of the year 2000/2001.

Solva Saal (1958)

Solva Saal is a 1958 Hindi movie. Produced by Chandrakant C. Desai, the film is directed by Raj Khosla. The film stars Dev Anand and Waheeda Rehman. The film's music is by Sachin Dev Burman and the lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri.

Creezy (1974)

Creezy (French: La Race des seigneurs) is a 1974 French film directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre and starring Alain Delon. It is based on the novel Creezy by Félicien Marceau.It recorded admissions of 801,704 at the French box office.

Scratch (2003)

Hip-hopper Sami moves into the harsh atmosphere of a concrete youth hostel, and trouble starts when Mille falls for the new tenant.

Bardaasht (2004)

Bardaasht is a 2004 Indian Hindi-language vigilante action-thriller film Produced by Vijay galani & directed by E. Nivas. It is based on the screenplay written by Vikram Bhatt. The film stars Bobby Deol, Ritesh Deshmukh, Tara Sharma, Lara Dutta and Rahul Dev in lead roles, with Vishwajeet Pradhan, Ganesh Yadav and Virendra Saxena in important supporting roles.

Nina Frisk (2007)

Nina Frisk is a Swedish comedy film from 2007, written and directed by Maria Blom. Nina Frisk is an air hostess with a dysfunctional family that she tries to help.

Il reste du jambon ? (2010)

Bacon on the Side (French: Il reste du jambon?) is a French romantic comedy film, released in 2010. Written and directed by Anne Depétrini, the film stars Ramzy Bedia and Anne Marivin as Djalil Boudaoud and Justine Lacroix, a surgeon and a television reporter who enter a romantic relationship despite the objections of their families to the cultural gap. Depétrini, Bedia's real-life wife at the time, wrote the film as a fictionalization of their own relationship. The film's cast also includes Marie-France Pisier, Jean-Luc Bideau, Mohamed Fellag, Géraldine Nakache, Leïla Bekhti, Frédéric Chau, Biyouna, Arnaud Henriet and Franck Gastambide. The film won the Radio-Canada Audience Award at the 2011 Cinéfranco film festival.

The Sacred (2011)

A group of students go to a patch of Native American land where the dead come back to life to punish the guilty.

Miracle (2000)

A few days ago, Dennis (Stefan Pagels Andersen) was just an ordinary boy with ordinary problems. Now he is a secret agent from heaven with a license to make miracles for the middle class.

1 Day (2009)

1 Day is a 2009 British crime film about gangs and their communities in inner city Birmingham. The story follows Flash as he attempts to get £100,000 to his boss Angel in less than 24 hours or face certain death. The film is street-cast and features no professional actors.

Champ of Champs (1979)

A beautiful girl goes against her father's wishes and secretly studies the crane technique.

Young Desire (1930)

Young Desire is a 1930 American drama film directed by Lewis D. Collins and written by Winifred Reeve, C. Gardner Sullivan and Matt Taylor. The film stars Mary Nolan, William Janney, Ralf Harolde, Mae Busch, George Irving and Claire McDowell. The film was released on June 8, 1930, by Universal Pictures.

Geugjeogin Harutbam (2015)

At his ex's wedding, Jung-hoon meets Si-hoo. After a one night romp, they vow to meet nine more times, but they never see each other again.

The Inquisition of Camilo Sanz (2014)

A desperate man seeks money from a loan shark to pay for a fraudulent marriage and avoid deportation.

Birds of a Feather (1917)

Birds of a Feather is a 1917 American short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd.

Rebellion in Patagonia (1974)

Rebellion in Patagonia (Spanish: La Patagonia rebelde) is a 1974 Argentine drama-historical film directed by Héctor Olivera and starring Héctor Alterio, Luis Brandoni, José Soriano and Federico Luppi. It was written by Olivera with Osvaldo Bayer and Fernando Ayala, based on Osvaldo Bayer's renowned novel Los Vengadores de la Patagonia Trágica ("The Avengers of Tragic Patagonia"), which was based upon the military suppression of anarchist union movements in Santa Cruz Province in the early 1920s. It was entered into the 24th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear.

Ivan Tsarevich & the Grey Wolf (2011)

A Russian hero and his talking wolf go on an adventure.

Charlotte (1974)

Charlotte or The Murdered Young Girl is a 1974 erotic crime thriller film directed by Roger Vadim. It stars Sirpa Lane, Michel Duchaussoy, and Mathieu Carrière. The film is about a nymphomaniac.

Club V.R. (1996)

A beautiful police officer fights erotic temptations while investigating murder at a virtual reality club.

Deep Purple: From Here to InFinite (2017)

English rock band Deep Purple records its 20th studio album, "Infinite."

Superman (1980)

Raja transforms into a superhero after witnessing his parents' murder and vows to avenge the killers.

Doberman Cop (1977)

Doberman Deka is a hardboiled manga series written by Buronson and drawn by Shinji Hiramatsu. It was serialized in the Weekly Shōnen Jump manga anthology from 1975 throughout 1979 and was originally collected in a 29-volume tankōbon edition. A later aizōban edition was published, as well as a bunkoban edition, which compressed the number of volumes to 18. The manga was also adapted into two live-action feature films and a TV series.

Feed the Light (2014)

From producer/director/co-writer Henrik Möller comes a new landmark in underground Swedish horror, inspired by equal parts H.P. Lovecraft, David Lynch, and something far more disturbing: When her daughter is abducted by her ex-husband, a young mother will track the missing child and its father to a mysterious institution. But once inside, she will find herself trapped in a hallucinatory netherworld where reality turns amorphous, survival becomes parasitic, and an infested darkness lives and feeds in the light. "It teeters between bad dreams and outright nightmares", raves "Armed with a tiny budget and a whole lot of talent, Möller has made himself quite a splash with his award-winning debut feature."

Chomsky & Cie (2008)

A series of personal interviews with Noam Chomsky.

Suh-Suh Pyoung, Slowly and Peacefully (2017)

A Presbyterian missionary establishes a school in Korea.

Adrift (1971)

A hitchhiker changes a young woman's life.

The Big Goofy Secret of Hidden Pines (2013)

A vacationing family adopts a baby Sasquatch, which becomes a treasured member of its tight-knit community. Years later, the town's greedy mayor hatches a scheme to get rich by trapping the domesticated Bigfoot and exposing it to the press.

Uncommon Law (2015)

After years of bailing each other out of bad dates by pretending to be married, best friends and longtime roommates Brendan and Melissa receive a court notice that labels them as being legally married.

Not My Day (2014)

Till, a bank teller in his mid-30s, is living an uneventful and average life. His marriage to Miriam is happy, but in danger of getting into a rut after all these years of harmony. Suddenly, Till is torn from his routine when a bank robber storms his branch and takes Till and his car hostage. When the kidnapper takes his mask off, Till recognizes Nappo, a former convict and unsuccessful loan applicant at Till’s bank. As the police set up roadblocks, Nappo decides to abandon Till in the trunk of the car and disappear with his loot. But things do not work out that way and Till and Nappo escape together. After the first shock, Till throws all caution to the wind and dives into adventure with his kidnapper.

Human Targets (1932)

The Dale's need money for their sick mother and Bart Travis, having found gold, says he will provide it. Duke Remsden learns of the strike and waylays Buzz Dale as he tries to record Bart's deed. Then dressed as Bart, Duke kills and robs a man. With the Sheriff after Bart, Buzz escapes capture, finds the clothes worn to impersonate Bart, and heads for the Sheriff.

Reminiscence: The Beginning (2014)

A couple have to face something beyond the human mind when they experiment with parallel time, time breaks and black holes.

The Eve (2014)

Friends head to a remote island off from Martha's Vineyard to celebrate New Year's Eve. As tensions rise, an unforeseen presence halts the celebration and turns the holiday into a fight for survival.

Andrew W.K. Party Safari (2014)

Rock star and motivational speaker Andrew W.K. visits a wildlife park.

Hell (1994)

Paul (Francois Cluzet) seems to have it all: a charming hotel on a serene lake, a beautiful wife Nelly (Emmanuelle Beart) and a new son. Forced to work extremely hard to keep things afloat, Paul begins hearing voices in his head questioning the choices he's made. He's convinced that Nelly has been unfaithful and starts to see every male guest as a potential threat. What follows is Paul's downward spiral into the madness of deranged jealousy where he finally discovers that hell is not a state of mind--hell is himself.

Double Trouble (2015)

A post-menopausal woman marries a much younger man.

Summit (2014)

Five college friends hit the road for a ski trip. When they end up at the wrong location and can't backtrack, they decide to take shelter in an abandoned house. When they wake in the morning, things are not quite what they seemed.

Stoned Dead (2006)

Private investigators search for lost missionaries in the jungles of Panama. Instead, they find an army of the walking dead.

Server Sundaram (1964)

Server Sundaram is a 1964 Indian Tamil-language comedy-drama film directed by Krishnan–Panju and produced by A. V. Meiyappan. The film stars Nagesh as the title character. R. Muthuraman and K. R. Vijaya play the other lead roles while S. Ramarao, Major Sundarrajan, S. N. Lakshmi and Manorama play supporting roles. It focuses on a hotel waiter who strives to reach greater heights after he becomes an actor to attain the love of his restaurateur's daughter.

Entrando Numa Roubada (2015)

A strange being bites a pregnant woman, turning her baby into something called a "pureblood."

Circle of Atonement (2015)

Three lives connected to a 10-year old murder case become entangled once more when a detective’s teenage daughter falls in love with her teacher.

Hollywood Musical! (2015)

Hollywood 40-somethings juggle the difficulties of show business and their chaotic personal lives.

Piprabidya (2013)

Ant Story is a 2013 Bangladeshi drama film directed by Mostofa Sarwar Farooki and starring Sheena Chohan, Noor Imran Mithu and others.

All by Myself: The Eartha Kitt Story (1982)

A young woman living a life of solitude learns how to come out of her comfort zone.

Strikes and Spares (1934)

Strikes and Spares is a 1934 American short sports film directed by Felix E. Feist and starring Pete Smith and Andy Varipapa. In 1934, it was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Short Subject (Novelty) at the 7th Academy Awards.

Sleeping With The Fishes (2013)

A lonely fishmonger meets a delivery man who looks like a rainbow trout.

Papa Gold (2011)

Denny lives the high life in Berlin by having sex with a lot of girls. He has not talked to his mother in 10 years until her new husband, Frank, appears out of nowhere in an attempt to repair their relationship.

The Hooligan Wars (2013)

Once a promising footballer, Andy is now scratching to survive. When he falls in with the local gangsters, Andy succumbs to their violent world.

Something for the Birds (1952)

Something for the Birds is a 1952 film directed by Robert Wise. It stars Victor Mature and Patricia Neal.

The Fantastic Adventures of Unico (1981)

Spiteful gods use trickery to discover the secret behind a magical unicorn's power to make people happy.

The Sweet Ride (1968)

The Sweet Ride is an 1968 American counter-culture drama with a few surfer/biker exploitation film elements. It stars Tony Franciosa, Michael Sarrazin and Jacqueline Bisset in an early starring role. The film also features Bob Denver in the role of Choo-Choo, a Beatnik piano-playing draft dodger. Sarrazin and Bisset were nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer, Male and Female respectively. The Sweet Ride was directed by Harvey Hart and written by Tom Mankiewicz, based on a 1967 novel of the same name by William Murray (d. March 2005), a native of New York City, who had moved to southern California in 1966.

The Battle Of The Villa Fiorita (1965)

The Battle of the Villa Fiorita is a 1965 British-American drama film, based on the novel by Rumer Godden, directed by Delmer Daves. It stars Maureen O'Hara and Rossano Brazzi.

The Five Venoms (1978)

Five Venoms ('五毒' – Cantonese: Mm Dook) aka Five Deadly Venoms is a cult 1978 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Chang Cheh, starring the Venom Mob, and produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio, about five kung-fu fighters with unique animal styles: The Centipede, the Snake, the Scorpion, the Lizard, and The Toad. The film was listed at number 11 on Entertainment Weekly's Top 50 Cult Films list.

And When She Was Bad (1981)

Julia has spent her entire adult life trying to forget the torment she suffered at the hands of her twisted twin Mary… but Mary hasn’t forgotten. Escaping hospital, where she’s recently been admitted with a horrific, disfiguring illness, Julia’s sadistic sister vows to exact a particularly cruel revenge on her sibling this year – promising a birthday surprise that she’ll never forget.

Bonnie Prince Charlie (1948)

In the Jacobite Rising of 1745, the Young Pretender Bonnie Prince Charlie leads an insurrection to overthrow the Protestant House of Hanover and restore his family, the Catholic branch of the House of Stuart, to the British throne.

Pluto's Christmas Tree (1952)

The tree that Mickey and Pluto chop down to bring home for Christmas is the tree that Chip 'n Dale live in. Pluto tries to tell Mickey this while the tree is being trimmed, but Mickey doesn’t understand. In chasing the chipmunks, Pluto finally crashes down with the tree. We end with everybody singing carols, except Pluto. His mouth is covered with a sticker reading “Do Not Open Until Christmas.” This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

Criminal Justice (1990)

Criminal Justice is a 1990 American drama film written and directed by Andy Wolk. The film stars Forest Whitaker, Anthony LaPaglia, Rosie Perez, Jennifer Grey, Tony Todd and Saundra McClain. The film premiered on HBO on September 8, 1990.

The Legend of Spider Forest (1971)

An English painter (Simon Brent) meets a spider goddess (Neda Arneric) and her Nazi father in Bavaria.

Cry of Battle (1963)

Cry of Battle is a 1963 American coming of age war film based on the 1951 novel Fortress in the Rice by Benjamin Appel who was a journalist and special assistant to the U.S. Commissioner for the Philippines from 1945-46. The film stars Van Heflin, James MacArthur, Rita Moreno, Leopoldo Salcedo and Sidney Clute. Set during the Japanese occupation of the Philippines, the working title was To Be a Man.

Kimberley Jim (1963)

Kimberley Jim is a 1965 South African musical comedy film directed by Emil Nofal and starring Jim Reeves, Madeleine Usher and Clive Parnell. Its plot follows an American singer who takes part in the Kimberley diamond rush in 1880s South Africa.

Friends Don't Let Friends Date Friends (2014)

Coffee-drinking poets hang out in thrift stores and cemeteries while trying to find themselves.

Heads Up (1930)

Heads Up is a 1930 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Victor Schertzinger and written by Lorenz Hart, Rick Kirkland, John McGowan, Richard Rodgers, Paul Girard Smith and Louis Stevens. The film stars Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Helen Kane, Victor Moore, Helen Carrington, and Harry Shannon. The film was released on October 11, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.

The Student and Mister Henri (2015)

The Student and Mister Henri (original title: L'Étudiante et Monsieur Henri) is a 2015 French comedy-drama film written and directed by Ivan Calbérac and based on Calbérac's 2012 play of the same name. It stars Claude Brasseur, Guillaume de Tonquedec, Noémie Schmidt and Frédérique Bel.

Society Doctor (1935)

Bill Morgan (Chester Morris) and Tommy Ellis (Robert Taylor) are young doctors spending one very long, eventful shift at their hospital. The two treat numerous patients, sometimes with total disregard for hospital protocols, while competing for the affections of fetching nurse Madge Wilson (Virginia Bruce) and struggling to hold on to their ideals. Things are hectic enough, but when a handcuffed prisoner arrives to visit his ailing mother, mayhem erupts.

Many Happy Returns (1934)

Many Happy Returns is a 1934 American pre-Code Paramount Pictures comedy film directed by Norman Z. McLeod and starring Gracie Allen, George Burns, and George Barbier.

Follow That Car (1980)

The Georgia Peaches is a 1980 American made-for-television action-adventure comedy film produced by Roger Corman as a pilot for a proposed television series. It starred Tanya Tucker, Terri Nunn and Dirk Benedict as three friends extorted into becoming undercover FBI agents for the government and was broadcast on CBS on November 8, 1980.

Raw Edge (1956)

Raw Edge is a 1956 Technicolor Western film directed by John Sherwood starring Rory Calhoun, Yvonne de Carlo, Mara Corday, Rex Reason, Neville Brand. It marked the movie debut of John Gavin under the name "John Gilmore".

Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation (1953)

Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation is a 1953 American comedy film directed by Charles Lamont. It is the fifth installment of Universal Pictures Ma and Pa Kettle franchise starring Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride.

Allie & Me (1997)

Allie & Me is a 1997 film directed by Michael Rymer. It stars Lyndie Benson and Linda Darnell. It won an award at the 1997 RiverRun International Film Festival.

83 hours 'til dawn (1990)

A rich man (Robert Urich) tries to find his daughter, buried alive by a kidnapper (Peter Strauss) demanding $500,000 ransom.

A Girl in Every Port (1952)

A Girl in Every Port is a 1952 comedy film directed by Chester Erskine. The film stars Groucho Marx, Marie Wilson, and William Bendix. It was based on the short story They Sell Sailors Elephants by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan.

Antoine and Antoinette (1947)

Antoine and Antoinette (French: Antoine et Antoinette) is a 1947 French comedy film directed by Jacques Becker. It was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival.

Cyber Wars (2004)

Avatar (Chinese: 流放化身), also known as Matrix Hunter (Japan DVD title & USA video title), Avatar Exile (working title), Cyber Wars (USA DVD title) is a Singaporean science fiction film directed by Kuo Jian Hong. The film was shot in 2001 and released in 2004.

Night Into Morning (1951)

Night Into Morning is a 1951 American drama film starring Ray Milland and Nancy Davis.

Fatal Past (1994)

The same doomed fate follows two lovers (Costas Mandylor, Kasia Figura) from 17th-century Japan to present-day Los Angeles.

On The Second Day Of Christmas (1997)

On the 2nd Day of Christmas is a 1997 Lifetime television movie starring Mary Stuart Masterson and Mark Ruffalo, directed by James Frawley.

Social Error (1935)

Social Error is a 1935 American crime film directed by Harry L. Fraser and starring David Sharpe, Gertrude Messinger and Monte Blue. It was re-released by Astor Pictures in 1948.

The Man Next Door (1996)

A community reacts with fear and tension to the arrival of a recently paroled rapist (Michael Ontkean).

Gumby: The Movie (1995)

Gumby: The Movie (also referred to as its on-screen title Gumby 1) is a 1995 stop-motion claymation feature film featuring the character Gumby.

Peter and the Wolf (1946)

Peter and the Wolf is a 1946 animated short based on the 1936 musical composition/fairy tale by Sergei Prokofiev, produced by Walt Disney and narrated by Sterling Holloway. It was originally released theatrically as a segment in Make Mine Music. It was re-issued the following year accompanying a re-issue of Fantasia, then released separately on home video in the 1990s.

Emperor Chien Lung and the Beauty (1980)

Emperor Chien Lung ventures into the country disguised as a peasant and woos a courtesan, gambles and helps earthquake victims.

Charlie Chan in London (1934)

Charlie Chan in London is a 1934 American mystery film directed by Eugene Forde. The film stars Warner Oland as Charlie Chan. This is the sixth film produced by Fox with Warner Oland as the detective, and the second not to be lost, after The Black Camel (1931). Robert Altman's film Gosford Park, set in 1932, features a (fictional) character who produces the Chan films for Fox and claims to be in England doing research for Charlie Chan in London.

My Love, My Bride (2014)

My Love, My Bride (Hangul: 나의 사랑 나의 신부; RR: Naui Sarang Naui Sinbu) is a 2014 South Korean romantic comedy film starring Jo Jung-suk and Shin Min-ah. It is a remake of the hit 1990 film of the same title starring Park Joong-hoon and Choi Jin-sil.

Arcana (1972)

Arcana is a 1972 Italian horror-drama film written and directed by Giulio Questi.

Knights And Emeralds (1986)

Fair chronicle of young, white, working class musician, Wild, and what happens when he begins associating with his black counterparts.

Blondie Goes Latin (1941)

Blondie Goes Latin is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Frank R. Strayer and Robert Sparks and starring Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake and Larry Simms. It is the eighth of the Blondie films. It is also known by the alternative title of Conga Swing.

Heroes Shed No Tears (1980)

Heroes Shed No Tears is a 1980 Hong Kong wuxia film directed by Chor Yuen and produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio, starring Alexander Fu and Derek Yee, based on a novel written by Gu Long.

My Bloody Valentine (1981)

My Bloody Valentine is a 1981 Canadian slasher film directed by George Mihalka and written by John Beaird. The film tells the story of a group of teenagers who decide to throw a Valentine's Day party only to incur the vengeful wrath of a maniac in mining gear who begins a murder spree, and stars Paul Kelman, Lori Hallier and Neil Affleck. Released during the height of the popularity of the slasher genre of the late 1970s and early 1980s, it is considered an example of the horror slashers reminiscent of popular slasher films such as Halloween (1978) and Friday the 13th (1980), the movie was filmed on location in Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia, Canada. My Bloody Valentine is infamous for having had 9 minutes cut by the MPAA due to the amount of violence and gore. Though co-producer Dunning confirmed that the excised footage still existed, attempts to release it proved difficult as Paramount Pictures refused to offer an uncut version. Lionsgate subsequently secured DVD rights to the film (as well as several other Paramount features) and on January 13, 2009 released a version of the film with three minutes of the uncut footage restored (Lionsgate soon after released the remake into theaters).

Imagine I'm Beautiful (2014)

A young woman moves to New York after her mother's death. After a rocky start with her troubled roommate, the two find solace in each other's difficult pasts.

The Electronic Monster (1958)

Escapement (a.k.a. The Electronic Monster in the U.S.) is a 1958 black and white British science fiction film. It was based on the sci-fi novel Escapement by Charles Eric Maine (London, 1956). Original working titles included Zex, the Electronic Fiend. The film was released in England (as Escapement) in 1958, but was only shown in the USA in 1960 on a double bill with either 13 Ghosts or the Japanese sci-fi classic Battle in Outer Space.

The Return of Dr. Mabuse (1961)

The Return of Doctor Mabuse (Ger. Im Stahlnetz des Dr. Mabuse) is a 1961 black-and-white crime film/thriller made in West Berlin. It was a West German/French/Italian international co-production directed by Harald Reinl that was the second of the 1960s CCC Films Dr. Mabuse film series being the sequel to Fritz Lang's The Thousand Eyes of Dr. Mabuse (1960). It starred Gert Fröbe, Daliah Lavi and in his first German film, Lex Barker. The film was co-written by Ladislas Fodor and in his first screenplay, Marc Behm who gives the film a science fictional plot that would be followed in the other films in the series. The German title Im Stahlnetz des Dr. Mabuse was a reference to the popular German police procedural television show of the time, Stahlnetz. In 1966 the 1960s Dr. Mabuse films were released in the United States to tie in with Gert Fröbe's fame in the role of Auric Goldfinger with this film being renamed The Phantom Fiend.

Spacejacked (1997)

Spacejacked is a 1997 American Irish film. It was made for Concorde Anois, a studio Roger Corman ran in Galway.

Archangel (1990)

Lt. John Boles (Kyle McCulloch), a British soldier fighting in World War I, is trapped in the icy Russian town of Archangel. When Boles meets a local couple named Veronkha (Kathy Marykuca) and Philbin (Ari Cohen), he falls for Veronkha because she seems to be his late wife's doppleganger. What follows is a twisted love triangle, as Philbin -- an amnesiac -- forgets that he is married to Veronkha, while Boles begins to think that Veronkha is his dead wife.

Wolf Creek 2 (2013)

Wolf Creek 2 is a 2013 Australian horror film co-written and directed by Greg McLean. The film is a sequel to the 2005 film Wolf Creek and stars John Jarratt, reprising his role as Mick Taylor from the original. It was released on 30 August 2013 at the Venice Film Festival, then released in Australia on 20 February 2014.

Jungle Assault (1989)

Two Vietnam veterans with nothing left to lose are called back into the bloodiest action of their lives. Their assignment is to locate and destroy a terrorist base and rescue an American General's daughter.