The Casebook Of Eddie Brewer (2012)
Cameras follow an old-school paranormal investigator as part of a documentary.
Amityville 1992: It's About Time (1992)
Amityville: It's About Time (originally Amityville 1992: It's About Time) is the sixth installment in the Amityville film series. It was released direct-to-video in 1992 by Republic Pictures Home Video. Lionsgate Home Entertainment and FremantleMedia North America released the film to DVD with the 1992 removed from the title in July 2005.
The Tale of Ruby Rose (1988)
The Tale of Ruby Rose is an Australian movie, released in 1988. It is 100 minutes in length. It was written and directed by Roger Scholes and produced by Andrew Wiseman and Bryce Menzies. The cast included Melita Jurisic, Chris Haywood, Rod Zuanic, Sheila Florance, and Martyn Sanderson.
The Bread and Alley (1970)
The Bread and Alley is a 1970 Iranian short film directed and written by Abbas Kiarostami. The ten-minute film was the first film directed by Kiarostami.
Trader Horn (1973)
Trader Horn is a 1973 film starring Rod Taylor as the African adventurer Trader Horn, whose life had been previously dramatised in a 1931 film.
The film was shot on the MGM backlot in Los Angeles, and ignores the plot of the 1931 film about the discovery of a white jungle queen. The new story is written to use stock footage from King Solomon's Mines (1950), and Mogambo (1953). Rod Taylor felt, with the end of the Vietnam War, the time was right for old fashioned hero movies to make a come back.
Sunset Trail (1932)
The Sunset Trail is a 1932 western film directed by B. Reeves Eason.
Call Me Elisabeth (2006)
Call Me Elisabeth (French title: Je m'appelle Elisabeth) is a 2006 French drama film directed by Jean-Pierre Améris, and based on a novel written by Anne Wiazemsky.
A Thousand Hills (2008)
An awkward 13 year old boy makes a CD to save his families farm from a land developer.
Death Duel of Kung Fu (1979)
Death Duel of Kung Fu is 1979 martial art movie, directed by William Cheung Ki and starring John Liu, Don Wong Tao and Eagle Han-ying. It is also known as Showdown of the Master Warriors and Return of the Secret Rivals as an alternate title. With in say, the movie has no relationship with the Secret Rivals trilogy but most of the filming locations took places in South Korea although the story is set in China, which makes the result that it makes a similar storyline as Secret Rivals. It is also Eagle Han-ying`s first Hong Kong movie debut.
Female pilots perform aerial stunts during the 27th World Aerobatics Championships.
Nerdcore For Life (2008)
Nerdcore for Life is a 2008 documentary film about the world of Nerdcore hip-hop directed Dan Lamoureux and produced by Crapbot Productions.
Calamity Jane: Wild West Legend (2014)
A filmmaker delves into the largely unknown history of Martha Canary, better known as Calamity Jane.
Le déménagement (1997)
Everything goes wrong on the day a new sitcom writer and his pregnant wife are due to move into their new home.
Safe Harbor (2009)
Safe Harbor is a 2009 television film, based on a true story, starring Treat Williams and Nancy Travis. The film was first shown on Hallmark Channel on May 30, 2009.
South of the moon (2008)
Triggered by questions from a musician's adolescent nephew, memories of a lost love haunt the man.
The Great K & A Train Robbery (1926)
The Great K & A Train Robbery is a 1926 American Western silent film directed by Lewis Seiler and starring Tom Mix and Dorothy Dwan. The film is based on the actual foiling of a train robbery by Dick Gordon as related by Paul Leicester Ford in his book The Great K & A Train Robbery originally published as a serial in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine in 1896.
That Way With Women (1947)
That Way with Women is a 1947 American comedy film directed by Frederick de Cordova and written by Leo Townsend and Francis Swann. The film stars Dane Clark, Martha Vickers, Sydney Greenstreet, Alan Hale, Sr., Craig Stevens and Barbara Brown. The film was released by Warner Bros. on March 29, 1947.
The Saturday Evening Post story "Idle Hands" was first made into the silent film The Ruling Passion (1922), and The Millionaire (1931).
White Rainbow (2005)
After a man's tragic death, his family casts off his once-privileged wife (Sonali Kulkarni) and forces her to endure horrific conditions in India's "City of Widows." There, she befriends three other women (Amardeep Jha, Amruta Subhash, Shameem Shaikh), and all band together to open a free clinic and improve the lives of their sisterhood.
Dead Frequency (2010)
A vampire radio host (Stephen Mason) suffers from alcoholism and depression.
Life at the Top (1965)
Life at the Top is a 1965 drama film, a production of Romulus Films released by Columbia Pictures. The screenplay was by Mordecai Richler, based on the novel Life at the Top by John Braine, and is a sequel to the film Room at the Top (1959). It was directed by Ted Kotcheff and produced by James Woolf with William Kirby as associate producer. The music score was by Richard Addinsell and the cinematography by Oswald Morris. The film's art director Edward Marshall received a 1966 BAFTA Award nomination.
The film stars Laurence Harvey, once again playing Joe Lampton, with Jean Simmons, Honor Blackman and Michael Craig.
The true story of world-famous, turn-of-the-century photographer Eadweard Muybridge who discovered how to capture the theory of motion on film with his famous Stanford Horse Gaits photographs. Using animals from a local zoo as subjects, Eadweard created the first motion pictures and in the process became recognized as 'The Godfather of Cinema'. As his passion fueled, he began photographing nude men and women. With fame overtaking his life, his personal life twisted into dark betrayal, murder, and a legacy that continues to amaze cinematic historians and the world.
Home for Christmas (2014)
Beth (April Pearson) feels she is on the verge of her own happily ever after, but no man has ever told her he loves her. She is so desperate for her boyfriend to say it, she takes matters into her own hands, and then wishes she hadn't.
Savannah goes to a psychiatrist when her nightmares worsen, and hypnosis triggers memories of an abusive past.
A 40ish mother (Brooke Adams) allows her sister (Lynne Adams) to videotape her makeover and subsequent date with a restaurateur.
The Last U-Boat (1993)
The Last U-Boat is a 1992 German television film directed by Frank Beyer, starring Ulrich Mühe and Ulrich Tukur. The film is loosely based on the true story of the German submarine U-234.
The Vanished Elephant (2014)
The Vanished Elephant (Spanish: El elefante desaparecido) is a 2014 internationally co-produced mystery film directed by Javier Fuentes-León.
Abducted by aliens and transformed into the perfect killing machine, a beer-swilling redneck goes on a gory murder rampage.
Bare Knees (1928)
Bare Knees is a 1928 American silent film comedy-drama directed by Erle C. Kenton and starring Virginia Lee Corbin as Billie Durey, the family's black sheep, who returns to her small hometown causing a sensation with her short skirts, cigarettes and other "flapper" accoutrements.
Almost a Lady (1926)
Almost a Lady is a 1926 silent film romantic comedy directed by E. Mason Hopper and starring Marie Prevost.
All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane (2007)
All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane is a 2007 Australian romantic comedy film directed by Louise Alston and written by Stephen Vagg. It follows Anthea, a 25-year-old girl who hates her job and has to sit back and watch as all her friends move away from her hometown, Brisbane, to make a better life. In 2013, The Guardian referred to it as a "cult film" inspired by "a typically Brisbane lament... the departure of people in their late 20s to Sydney, Melbourne, London or New York."
Jhoothi is a 1985 Bollywood Hindi comedy film directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. The film stars Rekha, Raj Babbar, Amol Palekar, Supriya Pathak and Deven Verma in the lead roles.
A female vampire (Ming Ballard) is allergic to blood.
Sam Smith: Dreams Come True (2015)
Singer Sam Smith's rise to fame.
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.
The Other Side of the Tracks (2008)
Ten years after a tragic train accident killed his girlfriend, Josh (Brendan Fehr, CSI:MIAMI, ROSWELL, FINAL DESTINATION) finds himself haunted by disturbing visions from somewhere between the world of the living and the dead—haunting memories that keep him from moving on. His buddy, Rusty (Chad Lindberg, SUPERNATURAL, THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS), back in town for their high school reunion, tries to wake Josh from his painful past, but a mysterious young waitress (Tania Raymonde, LOST, COLD CASE) offers a seductive alternative.
Tarzan's Revenge (1938)
Tarzan's Revenge is a 1938 American adventure film starring Glenn Morris in his only outing as Tarzan. Eleanor Holm, a popular swimming star, co-starred as Eleanor Reed. The film was produced by Sol Lesser, written by R. Lee Johnson and Jay Vann (based on the character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs) and directed by D. Ross Lederman. Sol Lesser cast two Olympic athletes in Tarzan's Revenge: 1936 decathlon champion Glenn Morris as Tarzan and aquatic medal-winner Eleanor Holm as "Eleanor".
The Death of Michael Smith (2006)
In the story of a victim, his killer and the detective investigating the homicide, all three people happen to be named Michael Smith.
Mystery Plane (1939)
Mystery Plane is a 1939 American action film directed by George Waggner and written by Paul Schofield and George Waggner. It is based on the comic strip Tailspin Tommy by Hal Forrest and Glenn Chaffin. The film stars John Trent, Marjorie Reynolds, Milburn Stone, Jason Robards Sr., George Lynn and Lucien Littlefield. The film was released on March 8, 1939, by Monogram Pictures.
Surreal Estate (1976)
Surreal Estate (French: Sérail) is a 1976 French mystery film directed by Argentine filmmaker Eduardo de Gregorio, who is best known for his screenwriting work with Jacques Rivette.
The Deed To Hell (2008)
Four people driven by vices find eternal damnation.
The Last Wolf of Ezo (2015)
A samurai travels to the Old West after his clan fails to keep a beast in Japan. When he arrives, he hires a guide to help him track it down and kill it before more innocent people are killed.
Quemar las naves (2007)
Quemar las naves (English title: Burn the Bridges) is a 2007 Mexican film directed by Francisco Franco Alba, from an original script co-written by Franco and actress Maria Reneé Prudencio. The film was shot in the Mexican state of Zacatecas and addresses issues such as self-assertion, loss, adolescence, and sexual relations. It officially premiered in October 2007 at the Festival Internacional de Cine de Morelia. The title refers to a widely known Mexican saying, which means "to cut all ties holding someone to something or someone" -- something Hernan Cortes actually did when he and his men set foot for the first time in continental America, in order to avoid mutiny or desertion.
Birgit Haas Must Be Killed (1981)
Birgitt Haas Must Be Killed (French: Il faut tuer Birgitt Haas) is a 1981 French-West German thriller film directed by Laurent Heynemann and starring Philippe Noiret, Jean Rochefort and Lisa Kreuzer.
The Offenders (1980)
Young men kidnap a performer and her father in this punk savage satire.
Sure Thing (2015)
A man sits across the table from a beautiful woman.
Thirty Nine (2016)
A journey through love, lust and divorce in Los Angeles.
The Wine of Summer (2013)
The Wine of Summer is a 2013 romantic drama film written, directed and produced by Maria Matteoli, starring Elsa Pataky, Sonia Braga, Ethan Peck, Najwa Nimri, Bob Wells and Marcia Gay Harden.
The Undead (1957)
The Undead is a 1957 horror film directed by Roger Corman starring Pamela Duncan, Allison Hayes, Richard Garland and Val Dufour. It follows the story of prostitute, Diana Love (Duncan), who is put into a hypnotic trance by psychic Quintis (Dufour), thus causing her to regress back to a previous life. Hayes later starred in Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958). The film was released by American International Pictures as a double feature with Voodoo Woman.
The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger (2014)
Dinosaurs invade Earth from outer space, but neither Tommy nor Stacey care, now that they've found each other. They escape the war, but wherever they go, conflict seems to follow.
Meera is a 1979 Hindi language film by Gulzar. The film is based on the life of Meera, a Hindu saint-poet who renounced princely comforts in pursuit of her love for Lord Krishna. The film portrays the life and times of Meera from a historical perspective rather than a mythological one. Through Meera's life, Gulzar has shown a woman's struggle to find her independence, dignity and spiritual satisfaction in a society where women are supposed to be worthy of only taking care of the household chores. The epic soundtrack by Pt. Ravi Shankar features the lilting dulcet tones of the award-winning playback singer Vani Jairam, the tunes of which resound in every memory that reveres this winning combination of film music.
Stealing Chanel (2015)
With help from an impossibly difficult heiress, a thief discovers his true calling as a fashion designer.
El Cinco (2014)
El 5 de Talleres, also known as El Cinco (English: The 5), is a 2015 drama film written and directed by Adrián Biniez, about an Argentine footballer in the Talleres de Remedios de Escalada club who contemplates an alternate career after receiving an unjust suspension. The film is a co-production between Argentina, Uruguay, France, Germany and the Netherlands.
Dato, a young filmmaker, has no money to make a movie, so he hangs out brooding all day.
36 Hours To Die (1999)
A man has just 36 hours to evade the clutches of a powerful crime syndicate that has vowed to destroy him.
Daring Game (1968)
Daring Game is a 1968 drama film starring Lloyd Bridges and Nico Minardos filmed at the Ivan Tors studio in Miami and in the Bahamas. The working title was The Unkillables.
Wildcat is a 1942 American drama film directed by Frank McDonald and written by Richard Murphy and Maxwell Shane. The film stars Richard Arlen, Arline Judge, William Frawley, Buster Crabbe, Arthur Hunnicutt, Elisha Cook, Jr. and Ralph Sanford. The film was released on September 3, 1942, by Paramount Pictures.
The Burnt House (2009)
A young couple seeking a fresh start following the death of their infant son find old secrets starting to resurface and the horrors of the past threatening to repeat themselves after relocating to a remote house in the country.
Brides is a 2014 Georgian-French film directed by Tinatin Kajrishvili. and produced by Gemini, Millimeter Films and ADASTRA Films.
Polis Is This: Charles Olson and the Persistence of Place (2007)
Polis Is This: Charles Olson and the Persistence of Place is a 2007 documentary film about the life of the poet Charles Olson produced and directed by independent film-maker, Henry Ferrini. It was called “the best film about an American poet ever made” by William Corbett of the Boston Phoenix. The film was also an Official Selection at the 2007 Berkeley Film and Video Festival.
Curse of the Demon (1957)
Night of the Demon is a 1957 British horror film directed by Jacques Tourneur, starring Dana Andrews, Peggy Cummins and Niall MacGinnis. An adaptation of the M. R. James story "Casting the Runes" (1911), the plot revolves around an American psychologist investigating a satanic cult suspected of more than one murder.
The film's production was turbulent due to artistic differences between producer Hal E. Chester on one side and Tourneur and writer Charles Bennett on the other. Although the original plan was not to show a literal demon, producer Chester inserted a monster over the objections of the writer, the director, and lead actor Dana Andrews. To accelerate the pace, the film was trimmed down to 83 minutes (and retitled Curse of the Demon) in the US where it played the second half of a double feature bill with both The True Story of Lynn Stuart and The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958).
Inertia is a Canadian drama film, directed by Sean Garrity and released in 2001.
The film stars Jonas Chernick, Sarah Constible, Gordon Tanner and Micheline Marchildon as Joseph, Laura, Bruce and Alex, four young professionals in Winnipeg, Manitoba who are embroiled in a "love rhombus" in which each is in unrequited love with one of the others.
The film won the award for Best Canadian First Feature Film at the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival,
Encrypt is a television movie that premiered June 14, 2003 on the Sci-Fi Channel. Set in the year 2068, the Earth's surface is in a cataclysmic upheaval, much of it transformed into wasteland by unstoppable storms. It was directed by Oscar Luis Costo.
Mutiny on the Elsinore (1937)
The Mutiny of the Elsinore is a 1937 British action film directed by Roy Lockwood and starring Lyn Harding, Jiro Soneya and Paul Lukas. The screenplay concerns a mutiny on a ship against a brutal captain. It was an adaptation of the novel The Mutiny of the Elsinore by Jack London.
Darkest Night (2012)
Darkest Night is a 2012 independent film in the horror film genre, directed by Filipino Noel Tan and written and produced by American Russ Williams. It stars DJ Perry, Anne Gauthier, Issa Litton, and Nic Campos. Its story is set in the Philippines, the mountains of Luzon. A large family gathers for a happy reunion and marriage announcement on Christmas Day at an isolated mansion, only to encounter a series of bizarre, demonic, and tragic events.
The film started shooting on May 2, 2011 and had its U.S. premiere at the Filipino Arts and Cinema (FACINE) International Film Festival in San Francisco on October 20, 2012. At this festival, the film won a special award for Valuable Contribution. Darkest Night received a limited U.S. theatrical release on July 1, 2013 and full video release on July 16. Largely good reviews greeted the film from critics, its festival audience and general audiences alike. The film seeks to build bridges between Asian and American cultures, producing horror with a blend of both.
Filmmaker Kristi Jacobson follows several inmates as they start prison sentences in Virginia's Red Onion State Prison.
Come Spy with Me (1967)
Come Spy with Me is a 1967 American spy film produced by Arnold Kaiser, directed by Marshall Stone, and released by 20th Century Fox.
Roller Blade (1986)
In post-apocalyptic Los Angeles, a wicked doctor wants a crystal possessed by a nun (Katina Garner) in a wheelchair.
Deadly Ransom (1998)
Specialists set out to rescue a banker and his daughter, kidnapped and taken into the jungle.
From the legendary director of RINGU and THE RING TWO comes this eerie tale of ghostly vengeance. The unwitting victim of a terrible curse, a young man accidentally injures his wife, a jealous teacher who soon dies from her wound. Running away with one of her students, he fails to heed the dead woman’s warning that if he remarries, she’ll haunt him to the grave. And now for an unfaithful husband, the real terror is about to begin.
The Scarlet Clue (1945)
Sidney Toler is back as the inscrutable Charlie Chan who takes on a group of fast-track media types in this '40s sendup of bad radio drama, snarling sponsors and tense thespians.
The Abduction (1996)
Nobody listens when an ex-policeman's (Robert Hays) estranged wife (Victoria Principal) accuses him of abuse, until he kidnaps her.
Four Wings And A Prayer (2010)
A study of monarch butterfly migration.
After the Last River (2015)
In the shadows of a diamond mine, an indigenous village sees its community transform into a modern frontier.
An American woman goes under cover to find the truth about her husband's past after he disappears in Mexico.
The Gay Cavalier (1946)
The Gay Cavalier is a 1946 black and white Western adventure starring Gilbert Roland, Helen Gerald and Tristram Coffin. It is based on a story by the author O. Henry.
5 Hour Friends (2014)
A womanizing golfer (Tom Sizemore) gets a taste of his own medicine when he meets a female lawyer (Kimberlin Brown).
Les petites couleurs (2002)
Fed up with her abusive husband, a submissive hairdresser (Anouk Grinberg) runs away and gets a job at a motel.
Bab'Aziz: The Prince That Contemplated His Soul (2005)
Bab'Aziz: Le prince qui contemplait son âme (English: Bab'Aziz: The prince who contemplated his soul), often abbreviated to Bab'Aziz, is a 2005 film by Tunisian writer and director Nacer Khemir. It stars Parviz Shahinkhou, Maryam Hamid, Hossein Panahi, Nessim Khaloul, Mohamed Graïaa, Maryam Mohaid and Golshifteh Farahani. It was filmed in Iran and Tunisia.
Ocean is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Catherine Martin and released in 2002. Centred on the Océan passenger train from Montreal to Halifax, the film mixes footage from a trip on the train with interviews on the cultural and historical significance of train travel, touching particularly on themes of memory and nostalgia for past times when long-distance travel by rail was much more common than it is in the 21st century.
Red Line (2013)
Terrified commuters are on the ride of their lives when terrorists send a subway train speeding out of control during rush hour. With the saboteur among them, a group of citizens are now trapped underground and in a race against time if they hope to see daylight again. Full of fast-paced action and suspense, Redline is a thriller that’ll have you holding on for safety.
A disillusioned man moves to a barren desert.
Jungle Cavalcade (1941)
Jungle Cavalcade is a compilation of footage from Frank Buck’s first three films depicting his adventures capturing animals for the world's zoos.
Labor on the Douro River (1931)
Douro, Faina Fluvial (Labor on the Douro River) is a 1931 Portuguese documentary short film. It was the first film directed by Manoel de Oliveira and is a portrait of his hometown of Porto and the labor and industry that takes place along the city's main river, the Douro River. It was first shown at the International Congress of Film Critics in Lisbon on September 19, 1931, where the majority of the Portuguese audience booed. However, other foreign critics and artists who were in attendance praised the film, such as Luigi Pirandello and Émile Vuillermoz. Oliveira re-edited the film with a new soundtrack and re-released it in 1934. Again in 1994, Oliveira modified the film by adding a new, more avant-garde soundtrack by Luís de Freitas Branco.Oliveira was influenced by German filmmaker Walther Ruttmann's documentary Berlin: Symphony of a City, and Douro, Faina Fluvial was made in the same genre of city symphony films.
The Chorus Kid (1928)
The Chorus Kid is a lost 1928 silent film comedy drama directed by Howard Bretherton and starring Virginia Brown Faire and Bryant Washburn. It was produced and released by independentsts Gotham Productions and Lumas Film respectively.
Clubhouse Detectives in Scavenger Hunt (2003)
Young sleuths (Jonathan Cronin, Brittany Armstrong) investigate the robbery of an art gallery after they find a stolen painting at a birthday party.
Lost for Life (2013)
Filmmaker Joshua Rofé talks to juveniles who are serving life sentences in prison and to their victims' families.
Last Winter (1984)
The Last Winter is a 1984 drama film directed by Riki Shelach Nissimoff and produced by Avi Lerner. The film was a joint American-Israeli venture which tells the story of two women seeking leads to their missing husbands after the end of the Yom Kippur War. A relationship builds between them when each identifies her husband in the same blurred image of a foreign newsreel.
Ora o mai più (2003)
Now or Never (Italian: Ora o mai più) is a 2003 Italian coming of age comedy-drama film written and directed by Lucio Pellegrini.
Three Hours Between Planes (2014)
While in his hometown on a layover, Donald Plant decides track down his first love.
Making Rounds (2015)
Leading cardiologists Dr. Valentin Fuster and Dr. Herschel Sklaroff care for critically ill heart patients at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.
Kiss the Boys (2006)
A woman (Bethany Marie Wilson) interviews a death-row inmate convicted of killing four young men, hoping to find out what happened to his fifth victim.
A Virgin in Hollywood (1953)
A female reporter (Dorothy Abbott) from the East Coast poses as an aspiring actress in order to write a story on the dangers faced by young women who come to Hollywood to break into the movies.
A woman (Momoha) survives an abduction from a rapist and murderer.
Der rote Rausch (1962)
Der rote Rausch is a 1962 German thriller film directed by Wolfgang Schleif and starring Klaus Kinski.
Help, My Bride Steals (1964)
Help, My Bride Steals (German:Hilfe, meine Braut klaut) is a 1964 Austrian-West German comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Peter Alexander, Cornelia Froboess and Gunther Philipp. A man marries a woman soon after meeting her, unaware that she is a kleptomaniac.
...und sowas muß um 8 ins Bett (1965)
...und sowas muß um acht ins Bett is a 1965 Austrian-West German musical comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Peter Alexander, Gitte Hænning and Ingeborg Schöner.
A Cage of Nightingales (1945)
A Cage of Nightingales (French: La Cage aux rossignols) is a 1945 French film directed by Jean Dréville. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Story, and served as an inspiration for the film The Chorus (2004).
La historia de Bienvenido (1964)
La historia de Bienvenido ("Bienvenido's Story") is a 1964 Spanish children's movie. It stars Marisol.
Mariandls Heimkehr (1962)
Mariandl's Homecoming (German: Mariandls Heimkehr) is a 1962 Austrian musical drama film directed by Wener Jacobs and starring Cornelia Froboess, Rudolf Prack and Waltraut Haas. It is a sequel to the 1961 film Mariandl.
Poeten og Lillemor i forårshumør (1961)
Poeten og Lillemor i forårshumør is a 1961 Danish comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Henning Moritzen.