My Awkward Sexual Adventure (2012)

My Awkward Sexual Adventure is a 2012 Canadian sex comedy film directed by Sean Garrity and written by Jonas Chernick. The film stars Chernick as Jordan, a sexually uptight accountant who enlists Julia (Emily Hampshire), an exotic dancer, to instruct him in the world of sexual adventure.

The Children Are Watching Us (1944)

The Children Are Watching Us (Italian: I bambini ci guardano) is a 1944 Italian drama film directed by Vittorio De Sica.

Cronos (1993)

Guillermo del Toro made an auspicious and audacious feature debut with Cronos, a highly unorthodox tale about the seductiveness of the idea of immortality. Kindly antiques dealer Jesús Gris (Federico Luppi) happens upon an ancient golden device in the shape of a scarab, and soon finds himself the possessor and victim of its sinister, addictive powers, as well as the target of a mysterious American named Angel (a delightfully crude and deranged Ron Perlman). Featuring marvelous special makeup effects and the haunting imagery for which del Toro has become world-renowned, Cronos is a dark, visually rich, and emotionally captivating fantasy.

GoBots: Battle of the Rock Lords (1986)

GoBots: Battle of the Rock Lords is a 1986 American animated film based on the Gobots toy franchise. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions (also responsible for the Challenge of the GoBots television series) and released to theaters in 1986 by Clubhouse Pictures, the last film the company released. It featured the first appearance of the Rock Lords, who were given their own toyline after the movie. These new characters featured the guest voices of Margot Kidder, Telly Savalas and Roddy McDowall. The regulars from the cartoon series all reprised their roles (though Arthur Bughardt played Cop-Tur, as he had in several late television episodes, following the death of Bob Holt).

Friendly Fire (1979)

Friendly Fire is an American television movie first broadcast on the ABC network on April 22, 1979. Watched that night by an estimated 64 million people, Friendly Fire went on to win four Emmy awards, including Outstanding Drama Special. The film was directed by David Greene.

Notre musique (2004)

Notre musique (Our Music) is a 2004 film directed by Jean-Luc Godard. The film reflects on violence, morality, and the representation of violence in film, and touches especially on past colonialism and the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It was screened out of competition at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival.

Meet Monica Velour (2010)

Meet Monica Velour is a 2010 American independent comedy-drama film written and directed by Keith Bearden. The film premiered at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival.

Uprising (2014)

Uprising is all action film with intense sequences of airs, carves and new maneuvers on the made for ripping walls of Lower Trestles. This is the hottest freshest action to date.

The Safecracker (1958)

The Safecracker is a 1958 British crime film directed by Ray Milland and starring Ray Milland, Barry Jones and Victor Maddern.

Los lobos de Washington (1999)

While laundering money for a former employer (Jos Sancho), petty criminals (Javier Bardem, Eduard Fernndez) unknowingly betray each other.

Sky Hunter (2017)

China's first aerial warfare film, the story is about a group of elite military who are called into action to resolve a hostage crisis and foil a terrorist plot.

Gurrumul (2018)

Gurrumul is a 2018 Australian documentary film about the life of Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu. the film premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in February 2018 to positive reviews. The film was released in Australia on 26 April 2018.

The Wolf Catcher (2018)

A soldier returns from war to discover that his brother has been murdered.

Oklahoma Outlaws (1943)

A father and his son battle a criminal element for control of the newly established town of Tulsa, Okla.

Egise Tarajuvvalu (2017)

A science teacher inspires underprivileged kids.

Cabaret of the Dead (2017)

Pinup girls fight ravenous zombies in post-apocalyptic Los Angeles.

Relax (2017)

An engineer visits his friend, a struggling filmmaker.

The Halo Effect (2004)

A kind-hearted gambling addict struggles with angry loan sharks and incompetent employees.

Bromance (2016)

Sexual tensions bubble to the surface when four friends go camping in a remote part of Argentina.

The Plagiarists (2019)

A young white couple’s sense of identity is jeopardized after being rescued by an older black man when their car breaks down on a snowy weekend trip.

Appatlo Okadundevadu (2016)

An aspiring cricketer (Sree Vishnu) seeks revenge against an overly ambitious cop (Nara Rohit) whom he blames for ruining his career.

Last Spring Break (2014)

Former fraternity brothers hire a wedding photography company to film footage for the smart phone game.

Confine (2013)

Years after a horrific accident turns model Pippa into an agoraphobic shut-in, she finds herself host to a terrifying home invasion. Soon, Pippa is forced to face her worst fears as she discovers just how neurotic and sadistic her unwelcome guests truly are. Claustrophobic and tense, Confine is a thriller you won’t want to miss!

Blessed Is The Match: The Life And Death Of Hannah Senesh (2009)

After Hungarian poet Hannah Senesh leaves the safety of Palestine to rescue Jews in her native country, Nazis capture and kill her.

Meri Jung (1985)

Meri Jung is a 1985 Indian Hindi movie produced by N N Sippy and directed by Subhash Ghai. The film stars Anil Kapoor, Meenakshi Sheshadri, Nutan, Amrish Puri, Javed Jaffrey, A. K. Hangal, Iftekhar, Kushboo and Parikshat Sahni. The film's music is by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

ClownTown (2016)

A group of friends get stranded in a seemingly abandoned town and find themselves stalked by a violent gang of psychopaths dressed as clowns.

The Outcast (1998)

Padadaya is a 1999 Sri Lankan Sinhala drama film directed and produced by Linton Semage for Hiru Films. It stars Linton Semage and Shyamali Warusavitana in lead roles along with Saumya Liyanage and Trelicia Gunawardena. Music composed by Rohana Weerasinghe. It is the 911th Sri Lankan film in the Sinhala cinema. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics.

The House Of Usher (1989)

A woman's fiancé is buried alive by her over-sensitive, pathological uncle. Her lover returns from the dead to exact revenge upon the family and causes their house to implode upon them.

Délivrez-Moi (2006)

Released from prison for killing her lover (Pierre-Luc Brillant), a woman (Céline Bonnier) regains custody of her daughter.

Brilliant Marriage (1936)

Brilliant Marriage is a 1936 American drama film directed by Phil Rosen and starring Joan Marsh, Ray Walker and Inez Courtney.

Max (1994)

A Canadian (R.H. Thomson) moves his family to the country in a desperate attempt to cure his son of an immunity disease.

The Marine 4: Moving Target (2015)

The Marine 4: Moving Target (also known as The Marine 4 and The Marine: Moving Target) is an American action film starring Mike "The Miz" Mizanin and Summer Rae. The film was directed by William Kaufman and it is the fourth installment in The Marine film series, and the second to include Mizanin. The film was released digitally on April 10, 2015 and released direct-to-DVD and Blu-ray on April 21, 2015.

Blindsided (2013)

Penthouse North (also known as Blindsided) is a 2014 American thriller film directed by Joseph Ruben that stars Michael Keaton and Michelle Monaghan.

Supercollider (2013)

Supercollider is a 2013 Science fiction drama film produced by Jeffery Scott Lando and starring Robin Dunne. The film was poorly received.

Calling Paul Temple (1948)

Calling Paul Temple is a 1948 British crime film directed by Maclean Rogers and starring John Bentley, Dinah Sheridan and Margaretta Scott. Paul Temple is called in to help Scotland Yard track down a serial killer who has murdered several wealthy women. John Bentley took over the role of Temple from Anthony Hulme and played him in two further films. It was produced by Ernest G. Roy at the Nettlefold Film Studios in Walton On Thames. The film featured extensive location work in Canterbury.

In Old Sacramento (1946)

In Old Sacramento is a 1946 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and written by Frances Hyland and Frank Gruber. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, Constance Moore, Henry H. Daniels Jr., Ruth Donnelly, Eugene Pallette and Jack La Rue. The film was released on May 31, 1946, by Republic Pictures.

Blondie Hits the Jackpot (1949)

Blondie Hits the Jackpot is a 1949 black and white comedy film and the twenty-sixth of the 28 Blondie films.

Les Parents Terribles (1948)

Les Parents terribles is a 1948 film adaptation directed by Jean Cocteau from his own stage play Les Parents terribles. Cocteau used the same cast who had appeared in a successful stage revival of the play in Paris in 1946. The film has sometimes been known by the English title The Storm Within.

Live Evil (2009)

Live Evil is a 2009 independent action horror film directed by Jay Woelfel, produced by Mark Terry and starring Tim Thomerson, Ken Foree, Mark Hengst and Tiffany Shepis.

Screaming Mimi (1958)

Screaming Mimi is a 1958 film noir directed by Gerd Oswald, and based on the novel by pulp novelist Fredric Brown. The film features Anita Ekberg, Philip Carey, Gypsy Rose Lee, among others. It has never received an official video release in the U.S.

Remember? (1939)

Remember? is an American romantic comedy released on December 19, 1939, directed by Norman Z. McLeod and starring Robert Taylor, Greer Garson and Lew Ayres. It was rushed into production by MGM studio chief Louis B. Mayer to capitalize on the attention and publicity generated by Greer Garson in her first film appearance, Goodbye Mr. Chips, released seven months earlier.

Giro City (1982)

A television documentary team tries to present honest programs about Ireland and about local government corruption, but find themselves in conflict with lawyers and station controllers who wish to censor their work.

The Good Lie (2013)

Cullen (Thomas Dekker) learns he is the product of a violent rape after his mother dies and her rapist was sent to prison. He decides to track down his father and learn the truth about how he was conceived.

The Devil's Sisters (1966)

Two demented siblings running a white slavery ring kidnap a dejected young woman (Sharon Saxon) who is seeking a new start in Tijuana.

Queen of Destiny (1938)

Sixty Glorious Years is a 1938 British color film directed by Herbert Wilcox. The film is a sequel to the 1937 film Victoria the Great. The film is also known as Queen of Destiny in the US.

Programming The Nation? (2011)

Programming the Nation? is a 2011 feature social documentary written, produced and directed by Jeff Warrick. The film revisits the alleged history, research, implementation, and potential effects of subliminal programming in American mass-media, including interviews with Noam Chomsky, Amy Goodman, Dennis Kucinich, Eldon Taylor, Wilson Bryan Key, and other authors and experts in the field of advertising, psychology, music, film, politics, and military weaponry. Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times reviewed Programming the Nation? noting that "Warrick is ... rightly concerned by the power of media conglomerates to manipulate the news."

Anna Lucasta (1949)

Anna Lucasta is a 1949 America drama film, directed by Irving Rapper, starring Paulette Goddard, Oscar Homolka, and John Ireland. Costars include Will Geer, Dennie Moore and Mary Wickes. It is based on Phillip Yordan's 1944 Broadway play of the same name. It was released by Columbia Pictures.

Monogamy (2010)

Monogamy is a 2010 film directed and co-written by Dana Adam Shapiro. It is about the strained relationship of an engaged Brooklyn couple, Theo (Chris Messina) and Nat (Rashida Jones).

Silver Man (2000)

A street performer with silver skin has an ill-fated romance with the woman next door in their run-down motel.

Spork (2010)

Spork is a 2011 musical comedy film written and directed by J.B. Ghuman Jr. and starring Savannah Stehlin, Sydney Park, Rachel G. Fox, Michael William Arnold, Oana Gregory, Beth Grant, Elaine Hendrix, Yeardley Smith, Rodney Eastman, Keith David and Richard Riehle. The screenwriter was J.B. Ghuman Jr and the production was by Christopher Racster, Chad Allen, Honey Labrador and Geric Frost.

Get a Job (2011)

Get A Job is Hawaii's first major motion picture comedy. The film was shot in 2010, and won a number of awards at film festivals in 2011. It was released to DVD in 2012, and to VOD in 2013.

Killer's Carnival (1966)

Killer's Carnival (French: Carnaval des barbouzes, German: Gern hab' ich die Frauen gekillt, Italian: Spie contro il mondo) is a 1966 crime film directed by Alberto Cardone and starring Stewart Granger.

Fear and Desire (1953)

Independently financed with contributions from Stanley Kubrick’s family and friends in an era when an “independent cinema” was still far from the norm, Fear and Desire first saw release in 1953 at the Guild Theater in New York, thanks to the enterprising distributor Joseph Burstyn. Now, with this new restoration carried out in 2012 by The Library of Congress, a film that for decades has remained nearly impossible to see will at last appear in a proper release in the United Kingdom.Kubrick’s debut feature tells the story of a war waged (in the present? in the future?) between two forces. In the midst of the conflict, a plane carrying four soldiers crashes behind enemy lines. From here out, it is kill or be killed: a female hostage is taken on account of being a potential informer; an enemy general and his aide are discovered during a scouting mission… What lies in store for this ragtag group of killers, between their perilous landing in the forest, and the final raft-float downstream… all this constitutes the tale of Kubrick’s precocious entry into feature filmmaking.Bringing into focus for the first time the same thematic concerns that would obsess the director in such masterworks as Paths of Glory, Dr. Strangelove, and Full Metal Jacket, Fear and Desire marks the outset of the dazzling career and near-complete artistic freedom which to this day remains unparalleled in the annals of Hollywood history. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present Stanley Kubrick’s Fear and Desire in its gorgeous new restoration on both Blu-ray and DVD.

the Telegraph Trail (1933)

The Telegraph Trail is a 1933 American pre-Code Western film directed by Tenny Wright, starring John Wayne and featuring Frank McHugh.

Pippi on the Run (1970)

Pippi on the Run (original title: På rymmen med Pippi Långstrump) is a 1970 Swedish movie, based on the eponymous children's books by Astrid Lindgren with the cast of the 1969 TV series Pippi Longstocking. It was released in the USA in 1977.

Firefight (2003)

When Jonas (Steve Bacic) and chopper pilot George (Nick Mancuso) rob an armored truck in the midst of a scorching forest fire, the situation only gets even hotter... when a gang of psychotic thugs led by Wolf (Stephen Baldwin) decide they also want the loot!

Kurbaan (1991)

Kurbaan (English: Sacrificed) is an Indian Bollywood movie directed by Deepak Bahry, starring Salman Khan and Ayesha Jhulka. The film, which was released on 31 May 1991, marked the debut of Delhi girl Ayesha Jhulka. It is a romantic love story in the backdrop of extreme violence. The film had stawarts like Sunil Dutt and Kabir Bedi pitted against each other in the form of a Dacoit and a top cop. Their children fall in love in each other and thus begins a major second confrontation between the two biggies amidst the obstacles faced by the young lovers in the course of their chosen destiny which was Love against all odds.

Bloodletting (1997)

The body count climbs when a woman (Ariauna Albright) persuades a serial killer (James L. Edwards) to teach her his habits.

Married 2 Malcolm (2000)

Malcolm tries to keep his dual lives -- and two wives -- separate, but when both of his spouses want to attend the same concert, he runs into a big problem.

Red Room (1999)

Red Room is a 1999 Japanese V-cinema (direct-to-video) horror film written and directed by Daisuke Yamanouchi.

Donkey Skin (1970)

In this lovingly crafted, wildly eccentric adaptation of a classic French fairy tale, Jacques Demy casts Catherine Deneuve as a princess who must go into hiding as a scullery maid in order to fend off an unwanted marriage proposal—from her own father, the king (Jean Marais). A topsy-turvy riches-to-rags fable with songs by Michel Legrand, Donkey Skin creates a tactile fantasy world that’s perched on the border between the earnest and the satiric, and features Delphine Seyrig in a delicious supporting role as a fashionable fairy godmother.

The Women Men Yearn For (1929)

The Woman One Longs For is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and starring Marlene Dietrich, Fritz Kortner and Frida Richard. It was based on the novel of the same title by Max Brod, published in Vienna by Paul Zsolnay Verlag in 1927. Made partly at the Babelsberg Studios, the film premiered on 29 April 1929 at the Mozartsaal in Berlin. The film's art direction was by Robert Neppach. It is also known by the alternative title The Three Lovers.

Dil Hi To Hai (1992)

Dil Hi To Hai is a 1992 Bollywood romantic drama film directed by Asrani starring Jackie Shroff and Divya Bharti in the leading roles. The film was a hit.

Bear Country (1953)

Bear Country is a 1953 American short documentary film directed by James Algar. It won an Oscar at the 26th Academy Awards in 1954 for Best Short Subject (Two-Reel). The film was produced by Walt Disney as part of the True-Life Adventures series of nature documentaries.

The Threat (1949)

The Threat is a 1949 American film noir directed by Felix E. Feist and starring Charles McGraw. The film features Michael O'Shea, Virginia Grey, and Charles McGraw.

A Closer Walk (2003)

A Closer Walk is Robert Bilheimer's documentary film about the global AIDS epidemic. Narrated by Glenn Close and Will Smith, A Closer Walk features cinematography by Richard D. Young, interviews with the Dalai Lama, Bono, and Kofi Annan, and musical contributions by Annie Lennox, The Neville Brothers, Dido, Eric Clapton, Moby, Geoffrey Oryema, and Sade. Subjects and storylines encompass the broad spectrum of the global AIDS experience and include people with HIV/AIDS from all walks of life; AIDS children and orphans and those caring for them; doctors, nurses, and social workers; human rights advocates; and prominent scientists, economists, researchers, government leaders, and NGO officials. The film's basic themes remain, what are the underlying causes of AIDS; the relationship between health, dignity, and human rights; and the universal need for action, compassion, and commitment to counter what has become the worst plague in human history.

The Third Half (2012)

The Third Half is a Macedonian-Czech-Serbian film that deals with Macedonian football during World War II, and the deportation of Jews from Macedonia. It is a story of love during wartime and a country's passion for soccer. The government of Macedonia considered the movie of national interest and funded it with one million euros.

H.O.T.S. (1979)

H.O.T.S. is a 1979 sex comedy. The film stars three Playboy Playmates — Susan Kiger (January 1977), Pamela Bryant (April, 1978) and Sandy Johnson (June, 1974) — as well as former Miss USA of 1972, Lindsay Bloom, sexploitation actress Angela Aames and B-movie veteran Lisa London. Danny Bonaduce appears in a supporting role. The cast frequently appear in tight white T-shirts with the H.O.T.S. logo and red-orange shorts. Some reviewers believe this wardrobe inspired the Hooters uniforms.

The Last of the Vikings (1961)

The Last of the Vikings (Italian:L'ultimo dei Vikinghi, French:Le Dernier des Vikings) is a 1961 French-Italian historical film directed by Giacomo Gentilomo and starring Cameron Mitchell, Edmund Purdom and Isabelle Corey. The film was allegedly co-directed by Mario Bava who was uncredited. The film's sets were designed by the Italian art director Italo Tomassi.

Sugar Cookies (1973)

Sugar Cookies (also known as Love Me My Way) is a 1973 soft-core crime film erotica directed by Theodore Gershuny. It was co-written by future president of Troma Entertainment Lloyd Kaufman and produced by future director Oliver Stone. When an attractive young model (Lynn Lowry) is tricked into committing suicide on camera by her pornographer boyfriend, her lesbian partner (Mary Woronov) has a vengeful plan: with the help of an exact lookalike of her lover, she hatches a scheme to take down the sleazy drug dealer for good. Kaufman wrote the film in 1973 and, along with Theodore Gershuny and Ami Artzi, formed a film company called Armor Films in order to produce it. Kaufman was able to raise $100,000 himself and was set to direct, hiring friend Oliver Stone to associate produce. Before production, Kaufman decided to hand the position of director over to the more experienced Gershuny, who, in return, rewrote Kaufman's script and cast his then-wife Mary Woronov.

Desiree (1984)

A domineering mother, a religious sect, a failed romance and a pregnancy lead to tragic events for a disturbed woman (Marian Rolle).

Summer Storm (1944)

Summer Storm is a 1944 film noir crime film starring Linda Darnell, George Sanders, Edward Everett Horton and Anna Lee. It was directed by Douglas Sirk and was based on Anton Chekhov's 1884 novel "The shooting party", with the screenplay written by Rowland Leigh.

Quick Money (1937)

Quick Money is a 1937 film. It lost $37,000.

Naayak (2013)

Naayak is a 2013 Indian Telugu-language action masala film written by Akula Siva and directed by V. V. Vinayak. The film was jointly produced by DVV Danayya and S. Radhakrishna under the banner Universal Media. The film features Ram Charan, Kajal Aggarwal and Amala Paul in the lead roles. S. Thaman composed the film's music and background score. Chota K. Naidu was the cinematography and Gautham Raju was the film's editor.

Man of Conquest (1939)

Man of Conquest is a 1939 American Western film directed by George Nicholls, Jr. and starring Richard Dix, Gail Patrick and Joan Fontaine. The film was nominated for three Academy Awards for Best Score, Best Sound (Charles L. Lootens) and Best Art Direction (John Victor Mackay). The film marked the first serious attempt by Republic Pictures to break out from its traditional production of B Movies and produce a work of greater cost and prestige. The film is a biopic of the politician Sam Houston, focusing on his relationship with Andrew Jackson and his role during the Texas Revolution. It was inspired by Marquis James's 1929 Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of Houston.

The Inn on the River (1962)

The Inn on the River (German: Das Gasthaus an der Themse) is a 1962 black-and-white West German crime film directed by Alfred Vohrer and starring Joachim Fuchsberger.

Stoked: The Rise And Fall Of Gator (2003)

This documentary film explores the life of former skateboarding pro Mark "Gator" Rogowski, who, in 1991, was sentenced to 31 years in jail after raping and murdering a female acquaintance. Filmmaker Helen Stickler chronicles Rogowski's tragic journey from cool, confident skateboarding icon to convicted murderer. His struggles with alcoholism and depression are also explored, and skate legends such as Tony Hawk and Stacy Peralta offer first-hand accounts of their experiences with Rogowski.

Crulic - The Path to Beyond (2011)

Crulic: The Path to Beyond (Romanian: Crulic - Drumul spre dincolo) is a 2011 Romanian-Polish animated biographical film, directed by Anca Damian and starring Vlad Ivanov. It tells the story of Claudiu Crulic, a Romanian citizen who died in a Polish prison while on a hunger strike. The film was made with a mix of techniques including hand-drawn animation and animated photographs. Artwork and animation was done at the animation studio DSG, by Dan Panaitescu, Raluca Popa, Dragos Stefan, Roxana Bentu and Tuliu Oltean. The film won the Cristal for Best Feature Film at the 2012 Annecy International Animated Film Festival.

Ten Thousand Bedrooms (1957)

Ten Thousand Bedrooms (1957) was Dean Martin's first movie in the wake of the dissolution of his partnership with Jerry Lewis in the team of Martin and Lewis. Filmed in Metrocolor and CinemaScope.

Friends (1993)

Friends is a 1993 South African drama film directed by Elaine Proctor. It was entered into the 1993 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Caméra d'Or Special Distinction.

Harry + Max (2004)

Harry + Max (alternate title Harry and Max), is a 2004 American drama film directed by Christopher Münch. It stars Bryce Johnson and Cole Williams.

The Evolution of Andrew Andrews (2012)

A man evicts his 30-year-old childlike son from home after he ruins a movie.

Boleto al paraíso (2011)

Ticket to Paradise (Spanish: Boleto al paraíso) is a 2011 Cuban drama film written and directed by Gerardo Chijona.

Au cul du loup (2011)

After Christina inherits a house in Corsica, she tries to understand why her grandmother left it to her.

Team Foxcatcher (2016)

With never-before seen home video, this film recounts the paranoid downward spiral of John E. du Pont and the murder of Olympic wrestler Dave Schultz.

The Legend of Galgameth (1996)

Galgameth is a 1996 American fantasy children's film and the first feature film project directed by television and film producer/actor Sean McNamara. The film stars Devin Neil Oatway, Johna Stewart and Stephen Macht. The movie's script was written by Sang-ok Shin and is a loose remake of his 1985 Godzilla-inspired film Pulgasari, which he had directed while being held in North Korea.

Primary Suspect (2000)

Primary Suspect is an action, thriller, and mystery film written by D.Alvelo and Marc Bienstock and directed by Jeff Celentano. The film stars William Baldwin, Brigitte Bako, and Lee Majors.

Haven (2004)

Haven is a 2004 feature film set in the Cayman Islands, a British offshore financial centre. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2004. It is written and directed by native Caymanian Frank E. Flowers and filmed entirely in the 100-square-mile (260 km2) West Indian dependency. Haven is an ensemble film in which unconnected lives intersect and result in a violent chain of events that turns tranquility into chaos. It was released in limited theaters in the United States on September 15, 2006. The film's tagline was, "Can love survive the fall of paradise?"

The White Angel (1955)

L'angelo bianco (internationally released as The White Angel) is a 1955 Italian film in the Melodrama genre directed by Raffaello Matarazzo. It is the sequel of Nobody's Children (1951). According to the author Louis Bayman, this couple of films "sealed director Raffaello Matarazzo's reputation as king of the Italian melodramatists". The film's sets were designed by the art director Ottavio Scotti.

Silmido (2003)

Silmido is a 2003 South Korean film, directed by Kang Woo-suk. It is based on the true story of Unit 684. Some parts of the film are dramatizations, as the actual details of certain events remain unknown. The film was both critically well received and a financial success, and was the first film in South Korea to attract a box office audience of over 10 million viewers.

Flaming Bullets (1945)

A criminal syndicate has been illegally freeing convicts, only to murder them after authorities offer reward money for the fugitives' scalps. Texas Rangers Tex Haines (Tex Ritter), Dave Wyatt (Dave O'Brien) and "Panhandle" Perkins (Guy Wilkerson) are charged with catching the thugs, and they hit upon a plan: Dave will get himself put in jail, the thugs break him free and Tex and Panhandle will arrest them. But, when the criminals realize the Rangers are closing in, things turn deadly.

Innocent Blood (2013)

James, a retired detective, faces his worst nightmare when his son is kidnapped by a criminal from his past.

Bringing Tibet Home (2014)

Bringing Tibet Home is a 2013 documentary film produced and directed by Tibetan filmmaker Tenzin Tsetan Choklay about Tibetan contemporary Artist Tenzing Rigdol's art piece "Our Land Our people". The film premiered at the 2013 Busan International Film Festival in South Korea. This is a Tibetan-language film.

Sherlock Holmes In Washington (1943)

In World War II, a British secret agent carrying a vitally important document is kidnapped en route to Washington. The British government calls on Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson to recover it.

Driven Underground (2015)

A single mother (Kirsti Swanson) hides her family in Oregon when her daughter (Emily Tennant) becomes a key witness to a murder.

Perry Mason: The Case of the Avenging Ace (1988)

Told of a new witness, lawyer Mason (Raymond Burr) defends a military officer (Larry Wilcox) he sentenced for murder as a judge.

The Chapman Report (1962)

The Chapman Report is a 1962 Technicolor drama film made by DFZ Productions and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. It was directed by George Cukor and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and Richard D. Zanuck, from a screenplay by Wyatt Cooper and Don Mankiewicz, adapted by Gene Allen and Grant Stuart from Irving Wallace's 1960 novel The Chapman Report. The original music was by Leonard Rosenman, Frank Perkins and Max Steiner, the cinematography by Harold Lipstein, the color coordination images and main title design by George Hoyningen-Huene, and the costume design by Orry-Kelly.

Sharkproof (2012)

Vince and Freddy borrow money from a loan shark to make a shark-proof wetsuit and fall in love with Isabella, the target in a knife-throwing act. When she chooses the guys, her partner sends goons after them.

Just a Little Chemistry (2015)

When she falls for her TV idol, a young woman starts a journey of romance, luxury, fame, success and money. She thinks she's found a fairy-tale ending, until she learns good chemistry and true love are not the same thing.

On the Threshold of Space (1956)

On the Threshold of Space is a 1956 drama directed by Robert D. Webb, starring Guy Madison, Virginia Leith and John Hodiak. Historical depiction on tests done to prepare US for space travel.