Girls on the Road (1972)
Two wild teenage girls, Debbie (Kathleen Cody) and Karen (Dianne Hull, FIFTH FLOOR, ALOHA BOBBY AND ROSE) hit the road for some freedom, boys, and unexpected danger in this 1973 drive-in classic! The girls pick up a handsome Vietnam veteran (Michael Ontkean, TWIN PEAKS, SLAP SHOT, MAID TO ORDER) who is still troubled from his time at war, but is trying his best to fit in. They all end up at a hippie encounter session run by John (Ralph Waite, THE WALTONS, THE BODYGUARD) in a peaceful village by the ocean. It's all fun and games until the girls discover that a serial killer is murdering girls.
Sweet Thing (1999)
A troubled artist (Jeremy Fox), his abusive stepfather and a seductress (Amalia Stifter) are caught in a web of deceit.
Afraid to Die (1960)
Afraid to Die is a 1960 Japanese yakuza film directed by Yasuzo Masumura and starring Yukio Mishima.
Rangle River (1936)
Rangle River is a 1936 Australian Western film directed by Clarence G. Badger based on a story by Zane Grey.
Diamond Necklace (2012)
Diamond Necklace is a 2012 Malayalam film directed by Lal Jose, starring Fahadh Faasil, Anusree, Samvrutha Sunil, and Gauthami Nair in the lead roles. Nair and Faasil won Filmfare awards for their roles. Composer Vidyasagar won a Filmfare award as well. This movie tells the life story of Dubai-based oncologist Dr. Arun Kumar and the end of his luxurious life after meeting three women from different lifestyles.
Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial (2010)
Ultraman Zero THE MOVIE Super Decisive Battle! Belial Galactic Empire is a 2010 Japanese superhero film in the Ultra Series to celebrate the franchise's 45th anniversary. It serves as a sequel to Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legend The Movie. The catchphrases for the movie are "Kaiser Belial descent. Zero, fight with light!" and "This is our light!".
Wan Chai Baby (2011)
Tess supports her family in the Philippines by working as a maid in Hong Kong. When her employer dies, she is unable to find work until her roommate reveals she makes good money massaging Western clients.
Evet, ich will! (2008)
Germans, Turks, a Kurd and a gay couple deal with romantic problems.
Sweet War, Farewell (1991)
A visit to his family's old home prompts a man's memories of his childhood during World War II.
Junkfood Horrorfest (2007)
A junkie and her new friend watch a tape filled with six twisted tales.
Der Würger vom Tower (1966)
The Strangler of the Tower (German: Der Würger vom Tower) is a 1966 West German crime film directed by Hans Mehringer and starring Charles Regnier, Kai Fischer and Hans Reiser.
Like the contemporaneous series of Edgar Wallace adaptations by Rialto Film, it has a British setting.
Forever, Lulu (1987)
Forever, Lulu is a 1987 comedy-mystery film starring Hanna Schygulla, Deborah Harry and Alec Baldwin, in his film debut. The film also features Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Wayne Knight, and director Amos Kollek.
Incident in New Baghdad (2011)
Incident in New Baghdad is a 2011 short documentary film about the July 12, 2007, Baghdad airstrike, directed by James Spione.
Beyond the Walls (1984)
Beyond the Walls is a 1984 Israeli film directed by Uri Barbash and written by his brother Benny Barbash and Eran Preis. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Finding the Funk (2013)
Filmmaker Nelson George traces the history of funk music from the 1960s to the present.
The Tapes (2011)
The Tapes is a 2011 horror film in the "found footage" filmmaking style. The film concerns three students who run afoul of devil worshipers.
Tropical Rainforest (1992)
Observe the incredible diversity of species of the rain forests in Australia, Costa Rica, French Guiana, and Malaysia, from gaudy frogs and magnificent birds to exotic plants and flowers.
Little White Lies (2006)
A family in Wales struggles with racism and extremism.
Rock 'N' Roll Exposed: The Photography of Bob Gruen (2011)
Interviews with Iggy Pop, Yoko Ono, Alice Cooper and others highlight a look at the stories behind some of photographer Bob Gruen's most famous snapshots.
Taking On The Kennedys (1996)
A doctor runs for office and takes on the Kennedy family.
Food Beware: The French Organic Revolution (2008)
That Should Not Be: Our Children Will Accuse Us (Original title: Nos enfants nous accuseront, US title: Food Beware: The French Organic Revolution) is a 2008 French documentary film directed by Jean-Paul Jaud.
The documentary is about food poisoning by toxins from agricultural chemicals such as pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, etc.
Anne Perry: Interiors (2009)
A murder that happened when she was 15 greatly impacted the author of crime fiction.
Love And Other Anxieties (2011)
Filmmaker Lyda Kuth becomes anxious when her daughter heads to college, and she decides to query experts and nonexperts on love, marriage and commitment.
Rascals is a Bollywood action black comedy film directed by David Dhawan. The film stars Arjun Rampal in a special guest appearance. Sanjay Dutt, Ajay Devgn, Kangana Ranaut and Lisa Haydon are featured in lead roles. It was presented by Bharat Shah. The film released on 6 October 2011, and received mixed to negative response from critics. Despite opening strongly, it was a huge box office failure. Storyline of the movie is similar to the 1988 movie Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
Heaven's Story (2010)
Heaven's Story is a 2010 Japanese film directed by Takahisa Zeze. It was screened in the Main Programme of the Forum section at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the FIPRESCI Prize. It has also won the Séquences Prize at the Fantasia
International Film Festival.
Emergency Squad (1940)
Emergency Squad is a 1940 American adventure film directed by Edward Dmytryk.
The Love Trap (1929)
The Love Trap is a 1929 American comedy film directed by William Wyler and starring Laura La Plante, Neil Hamilton and Robert Ellis. It was made as a part-sound film, with a soundtrack for the last few scenes.
Pão de Açúcar (1964)
An American actress (Rhonda Fleming) marries an Argentine coffee grower (Rossano Brazzi), but his frequent absences and strict adherence to native traditions soon cause a rift in their marriage.
Varg Veum: Woman in the Fridge (2008)
A private investigator (Trond Espen Seim) gets mixed-up in the case of a missing, headless body.
The Search For Simon (2013)
David continues his 30-year search for his younger brother, Simon.
A young actor (Conor O'Hanlon) travels to a remote estate to re-enact the life of a theater director (Ian Scott).
The One (2011)
With his wedding on the horizon, a man (Jon Prescott) begins to question his sexual orientation after a night of carousing with an old college friend (Ian Novick) leads to sex.
Stress Position (2013)
A psychological experiment between two friends goes horribly awry.
Kind Lady (1951)
Kind Lady is a 1951 film drama directed by John Sturges. It stars Ethel Barrymore, Maurice Evans, Keenan Wynn and Angela Lansbury. The film is remake of the 1935 film of the same name, which starred Aline MacMahon in the title role.
No Room To Die (1969)
Desperately sought after and never before released worldwide on blu-ray Rarovideo is proud to be releasing the action packed film, Hanging for Django.
A Screaming Man (2010)
A Screaming Man (French: Un homme qui crie) is a 2010 French-Chadian drama film by Mahamat Saleh Haroun, starring Youssouf Djaoro and Diouc Koma. It revolves around the current civil war in Chad, and tells the story of a man who sends his son to war in order to regain his position at an upscale hotel. Themes of fatherhood and the culture of war are explored. Principal photography took place on location in N'Djamena and Abéché. The film won the Jury Prize at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.
Leur morale... et la nôtre (2008)
A couple with a penchant for crime find it appalling that a man threatens to steal the inheritance they got after poisoning a woman.
Kasak is a 2005 Indian Hindi film. It is the second film that Meera the Pakistani actress has made whilst in Bollywood.
What Have You Done Today Mervyn Day? (2005)
Mervyn rides a bike through the Lee Valley after it is announced London would host the Olympics.
Shadow Of Terror (1945)
Shadow of Terror is a 1945 American thriller film directed by Lew Landers and written by Arthur St. Claire. The film stars Richard Fraser, Grace Albertson, Cy Kendall, Emmett Lynn, Kenneth MacDonald and Eddie Acuff. The film was released on October 5, 1945, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
A man is caught in the middle of a battle between two crime families.
A young man has a conflict with his mother when he pursues a college education instead of working.
We Are Poets (2012)
In the digital age, members of a group of British teenagers define themselves through poetry.
Bad Day to Go Fishing (2009)
Bad Day to Go Fishing (original title, Mal día Para Pescar) is a Spanish-Uruguayan film directed by Álvaro Brechner and released in 2009. The film stars Gary Piquer, Jouko Ahola, Antonella Costa and Cesar Troncoso. It was screened as part of the official selection of the Critics Week at 2009 Cannes Film Festival.
The screenplay was written by Álvaro Brechner in collaboration with Gary Piquer, and was adapted from a short story by the Uruguayan writer Juan Carlos Onetti.
The film tells the story of a strongman and his crafty manager, who tour small South American towns staging wrestling matches. Arriving in Santa Maria, they are met with uncommon enthusiasm by the locals, snowballing into a major challenge to their livelihood and their friendship.
Porgy & Me (2010)
Filmmaker Susanna Boehm profiles the work and emotions of the black singers in a touring company performing George Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess."
Black Rodeo (1972)
Black Rodeo is a 1972 documentary by filmmaker Jeff Kanew.
Peck's Bad Boy (1921)
Peck's Bad Boy is a 1921 American silent comedy film directed by Sam Wood and starring Jackie Coogan, Wheeler Oakman, Doris May, Raymond Hatton, James Corrigan, and Lillian Leighton. It is based on the series of books by George W. Peck. The film was released by Associated First National Pictures on April 24, 1921.
Dewitt & Maria (2010)
While Dewitt tries to create a computer program to read Maria's mind, their parents try to get them together to fix their social issues.
Ko-Ko's Conquest (1929)
Ko-ko the clown sets off to rescue a blonde.
Woodchipper Massacre (1988)
Woodchipper Massacre is a 1988 American horror comedy Z movie directed by Jon McBride, who also directed Cannibal Campout. The film was also written by McBride.
Next Door to the Velinsky's (2011)
James tries to help his childhood friend Ruby remember who she is by forcing her to face dark secrets of her past.
Little One (2013)
Little One is a 2012 South African drama film directed by Darrell Roodt. The film was selected as the South African entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
Some People (1962)
Some People is a 1962 musical film directed by Clive Donner. It stars Kenneth More and Ray Brooks and is centred on the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme.
Pirate for the Sea (2008)
Activist Paul Watson uses nonviolent means to stop hunters from killing whales, sharks and seals.
Monster is a 2008 direct-to-DVD Japanese daikaiju film.
The film is a mockbuster created to capitalize on the release of Cloverfield. It was released direct-to-DVD on January 15, 2008. Cloverfield was released theatrically three days later on January 18, 2008.
The Lost Tape: Andy's Terrifying Last Days Revealed (2004)
A man creates a video journal inside his gun store of his last days during a zombie outbreak.
I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse (1973)
I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse is a 1973 French surreal drama film directed by Fernando Arrabal. The movie first released on November 22, 1973 in France and stars George Shannon as an epileptic boy who, falsely suspected of murdering his mother, flees to the desert where he meets a hermit and brings him back to the city where the hermit becomes a circus performer.
Germ Z, also billed as Germ, is a 2013 American horror film. It depicts the residents of a small town who become infected with a bacterium that has fallen to Earth from space. It was produced by Two Thirds Productions.
The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom (2011)
The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom is a 2011 documentary film directed by Lucy Walker. The film was nominated for the 2012 Academy Award for Best Documentary.
Antoine is an 82-minutes 2008 Canadian documentary film directed by Laura Bari. The film features a 5-year old blind boy named Antoine Houang, living in Montreal, Quebec. It tells the real and imaginary life of Antoine, a boy detective who runs, drives, makes decisions, hosts radio shows and adores simultaneous telephone conversations. Over the course of two years, he uses a mini-boom microphone to discover and capture the sounds surrounding him. In this manner he also co-created the sound track of this film.
A Private Enterprise (1975)
A Private Enterprise is a 1974 British film directed by Peter K Smith. It stars Salmaan Peerzada as Shiv Verma, an Indian immigrant in Birmingham who attempts to start his own business. It is regarded as the first British Asian film.
How Sweet It Is (2013)
How Sweet It Is is a 2013 American independent musical film directed by Brian Herzlinger and written by Herzlinger and Jay Black. The film stars Joe Piscopo, Erika Christensen, Erich Bergen, Michael Paré, and Paul Sorvino. It was released in select theaters in the United States on May 10, 2013.
Soodhu Kavvum (2013)
Soodhu Kavum is a 2013 Tamil language black comedy crime film directed by Nalan Kumarasamy. It features Vijay Sethupathi, Bobby Simha, Ashok Selvan, Ramesh Thilak, Karunakaran and Sanchita Shetty in the lead roles. The film was released on 1 May. The main concept is about how silly talk has engulfed people's day-to-day life and modern society. Soodhu Kavvum received positive reviews from critics and became a commercial success.
Killer Bride's Perfect Crime (2009)
On her wedding day, a bride (Juri Ueno) accidentally kills her landlord, then goes on the run with a suicidal woman (Yoshino Kimura) who offers to help her dispose of the body.
Killing Car (1993)
Killing Car (original title: Femme dangereuse or Dangerous Woman) is a 1993 French surreal revenge thriller film directed by Jean Rollin. It was filmed in 1989 and stars Australian actress and model Tiki Tsang.
Lake of the Dead (1958)
Lake of the Dead (In Norwegian; De dødes tjern, also known as Lake of the damned) is a 1958 Norwegian horror film directed by Kåre Bergstrøm. The film stars Henki Kolstad, Henny Moan and Georg Richter.
Venus in Furs (1967)
Venus in Furs is a 1967 sexploitation film, directed by Joe Marzano, and starring Barbara Ellen. The script was written by Marzano and Ellen, suggested by the novel of the same name by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch.
15 Till Midnight (2010)
15 till Midnight is a 2010 science fiction film directed by Wolfgang Meyer, written by Brandon Slagle who also stars in the film.
HalloweeNight is a 2009 American horror film who was directed by Mark Polonia of the indie film duo, the Polonia brothers and longtime collaborator Matt Satterly.
I Am a Director (2012)
Carlos returns to Puerto Rico -- after spending five years in Hollywood -- to make a feature film.
Serving Up Richard (2011)
Cannibals (Susan Priver, Jude Ciccolella) lure a new victim to their home, but the man (Ross McCall) has no intention of becoming their meal.
Everyone Has Their Own Style (1994)
Andaz Apna Apna is a 1994 Indian Hindi language comedy film directed by Rajkumar Santoshi, starring Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Karisma Kapoor, Raveena Tandon, Paresh Rawal and Shakti Kapoor in the lead roles. Mehmood, Govinda and Juhi Chawla make guest appearances. The film was released on 4 November 1994. The story of this movie is inspired from telugu movie 'Allullu Vasthunnaru'(1984). Again, the plot elements of this movie were later used in other language movies such as Ullathai Allitha (1996), Veedevadandi Babu (1997) and Galate Aliyandru (2000), though none being a frame to frame remake. The film was a failure at the box office but has since emerged as a cult film over the years. The lexicon of the movie has become part of every day language.
Jack and Melissa are frightened by their son's bizarre and violent behavior; they soon learn that he is the gateway to the Apocalypse, and it will happen on his birthday, 11-11-11.
The Long December (2011)
December survives her family's murder and decides to become a vigilante to hunt down the killers and rid the world of evil people.
Milwaukee, Minnesota (2003)
Milwaukee, Minnesota is a 2003 American drama film starring Troy Garity, Alison Folland, Bruce Dern and Randy Quaid.
The West Side Kid (1943)
The West Side Kid is a 1943 American crime film directed by George Sherman and written by Albert Beich and Anthony Coldeway. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Henry Hull, Dale Evans, Chick Chandler, Matt McHugh and Nana Bryant. The film was released on August 23, 1943, by Republic Pictures.
Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974)
Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (Italian: Non si deve profanare il sonno dei morti / Do Not Profane the Sleep of the Dead; Spanish: No profanar el sueño de los muertos / Do Not Profane the Sleep of the Dead), also known as The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue and Don't Open the Window, is a 1974 Spanish-Italian science fiction horror film written and directed by Jorge Grau and starring Ray Lovelock, Arthur Kennedy and Cristina Galbó. The film focuses on two protagonists who are harassed by a local police investigator in the English countryside and are implicated in murders committed by zombies who have been brought to life by a farming tool designed to kill insects via ultra-sonic radiation.
After being presented at the Sitges Film festival in Spain on September 30, 1974, the film was released in Italy on November 28, 1974 and was later released throughout 1975 in the United States and the United Kingdom under varying titles. In total, the film was released under more than 15 different titles internationally.
The film has become a cult picture.
Weapons (stylized as WEAPONS) is a 2007 American teenage crime drama film directed and written by Adam Bhala Lough. The film premiered in competition at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival and was released straight-to-DVD by Lionsgate in 2009.
Filmmaker Ai Weiwei invites 1,001 citizens of China to live in an abandoned factory for a massive performance-art project.
Montreal Flight 871 (1966)
A Frenchman has an affair while on a business trip.
Twist and Shout (1984)
Twist and Shout (Danish: Tro, håb og kærlighed) is a 1984 Danish drama film directed by Bille August. It was entered into the 14th Moscow International Film Festival where Lars Simonsen won the award for Best Actor. The film was also selected as the Danish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 58th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Dreams That Money Can Buy (1947)
Dreams That Money Can Buy is a 1947 experimental feature color film written, produced, and directed by surrealist artist and dada film-theorist Hans Richter. The film was produced by Kenneth Macpherson and Peggy Guggenheim. Collaborators included Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Alexander Calder, Darius Milhaud and Fernand Léger. The film won the Award for the Best Original Contribution to the Progress of Cinematography at the 1947 Venice Film Festival.
The Astrologer (1975)
A young man with psychic abilities takes a self-destructive path in his rise to power.
Wild Innocence (2001)
Wild Innocence (French: Sauvage Innocence) is a 2001 French film directed by Philippe Garrel.
The Ideal (2011)
An evil presence at a nearly empty school captures two students and a teacher in its grip.
6 points (2004)
The lives of three best friends (Susanna Carlstedt, Erica Carlson, Johanna Granstrm) and their respective problems, including alcoholism, pregnancy and love.
Dead Cat (2013)
Michael (Sebastian Armesto) and Kristen (Sophia Dawnay), childhood sweethearts, have not spoken in years, but they are thrown together as they enter their 30s.
Stravinsky: Once at a Border... (1982)
The life and work of the influential composer.
Uncle Tom's Cabin (1965)
Uncle Tom's Cabin (German: Onkel Toms Hütte) is a 1965 German film directed by Géza von Radványi. The film was entered into the 4th Moscow International Film Festival.
The Impossible Voyage (1904)
The Impossible Voyage, originally released in the US as An Impossible Voyage and in the UK as Whirling the Worlds, is a 1904 French silent film directed by Georges Méliès. Based in part on Jules Verne's play Journey Through the Impossible and modeled in style and format on Méliès's earlier, highly successful A Trip to the Moon, the film is a satire of scientific exploration in which a group of geographers attempt a journey into the interior of the sun.
Hu-Man is a 1975 French science fiction film directed by Jérôme Laperrousaz.
Ticket to a Crime (1934)
Ticket to a Crime is a 1934 American mystery film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Ralph Graves, Lois Wilson and Lola Lane. A private detective and his assistant solve a murder at a country club.
G.I. Joe: Spy Troops the Movie (2003)
G.I. Joe: Spy Troops is a 2003 direct-to-video CGI animated movie produced by Reel FX Creative Studios and distributed by Paramount Home Entertainment.
Stony Island (1978)
Stony Island is a 1978 film directed by Andrew Davis about an up-and-coming rhythm and blues band in Chicago. Set in various places in Chicago, including gritty Stony Island Avenue, it features early appearances from Dennis Franz and Rae Dawn Chong as well as numerous local musicians including saxophone great Gene Barge. Susanna Hoffs, whose mother co-wrote the screenplay, also appears. The film was well received by critics, who praised its music and the depiction of contemporary Chicago. However, the film was not a commercial success. It was largely forgotten until a DVD release in 2012.
T is for Teacher (2009)
Four school teachers are followed as they transition from male to female.
A woman regains her sight and realizes her life is ruined.
After serving two years in prison, D returns to his neighborhood in Oakland and spends his first days there deciding what direction he wants his life to take.
I Am the Other Woman (2006)
A civil engineer (August Diehl) obsesses over a woman (Katja Riemann) who has multiple personality disorder.
Nine Girls (1944)
Nine Girls is a 1944 American mystery film directed by Leigh Jason and starring Ann Harding, Evelyn Keyes and Jinx Falkenburg. Karen DeWolf, Connie Lee, and Al Martin wrote the script, which was based on a play by Wilfred H. Petitt.
They Live in Fear (1944)
They Live in Fear is a 1944 American film starring Otto Kruger.