Fatty Finn (1980)

Fatty Finn is a 1980 Australian film, directed by Maurice Murphy and starring Ben Oxenbould with Rebecca Rigg. It is based on the 1930s cartoon-strip character, Fatty Finn, created by Syd Nicholls and is loosely based on the 1927 silent film, The Kid Stakes.

Austin High (2011)

A crackdown on marijuana use affects a principal (Mike Wilson), his staff and their students.

Voices from Beyond (1991)

Voices from Beyond (Voci dal Profondo) is a 1991 Italian mystery thriller film by director Lucio Fulci. The story centers about the murder of a wealthy man, with his spirit returning to guide his daughter in discovering his killers.

Spicy Love Soup (1997)

Spicy Love Soup (Chinese: 爱情麻辣烫; pinyin: Aìqíng Má Là Tāng) is a 1997 Chinese film directed by Zhang Yang and written by Zhang, Liu Fendou, Cai Shangjun, and Diao Yi'nan based on a story by Zhang and Peter Loehr. Spicy Love Soup was produced by Loehr's Imar Film Company, Xi'an Film Studio, and Taiwanese financing. The film is Zhang's directorial debut and would prove to be a launching pad for those both in front and behind the cameras. Screenwriters Cai Shangjun (The Red Awn) and Diao Yi'nan (Uniform, Night Train) have since gone on to direct their own films, while Liu Fendou has expanded into both directing (Green Hat) and film production (Zhang Yibai's Spring Subway). The cast is also notable for the debuts of two of China's most popular actresses, Gao Yuanyuan and Xu Jinglei. The film is an anthology of sorts, and tells its story of love and life in modern Beijing through a series of five vignettes. Spicy Love Soup was, in addition, the first film in mainland China to see a simultaneous release of a soundtrack, consisting largely of contemporary pop songs.

My Heart of Darkness (2010)

My Heart of Darkness is a Swedish–German 2010 documentary film about four ex-soldiers from different sides of the Angolan civil war and their posttraumatic stress disorder. The film was recorded in 2007. It was first shown at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam on November 20, 2010. It premiered in Sweden on April 8 the next year. The title of the film is a reference to Joseph Conrad's novella Heart of Darkness. The film, like the novella, takes place on a boat traveling up an African river, and covers issues of tragedy and abuse. The four ex-soldiers do not all speak the same language, but translate for each other. The narrator Marius van Niekerk, who is also the film's director and lead character, speaks English, while the others speak Portuguese and Afrikaans.

Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales (1982)

Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales is a 1982 Merrie Melodies film with a compilation of classic Warner Bros. cartoon shorts and animated bridging sequences, hosted by Bugs Bunny.

Black Demons (1991)

Black Demons (released on video as Demoni 3) is a 1991 Italian horror film directed by Umberto Lenzi (his last horror film). It was written by Lenzi and his wife Olga Pehar, and the zombie makeup fx were handled by Franco Casagni. Lenzi said in later interviews that this was one of his favorite films, but he felt it was ruined by the low budget and some of the shoddy actors he was forced to work with.

Heroes in Hell (1974)

Heroes in Hell (Italian: Eroi all'inferno) is a 1973 Italian war film directed by Joe D'Amato and starring Klaus Kinski.

Two Days Back (2011)

Emma disappears with a feral boy when she is 5 but has no memory of the ordeal. Seventeen years later she re-enters the forest to help environmentalists stop illegal tree-harvesting. When people start to be killed off, she must face her dark past.

One Week (2000)

An unfaithful groom-to-be learns that he may have contracted HIV with just days to go before his wedding.

Asylum of Darkness (2012)

Dwight, a mental patient, escapes from an asylum and finds horrifying insanity in the real world.

The Girl from the Third Row (1949)

Flickan från tredje raden (English: The Girl from the Third Row) is a 1949 Swedish comedy film directed by Hasse Ekman.

Crazy Canucks (2004)

Five daring Canadian athletes (Lucas Bryant, Sandy Robson) achieve fame while competing in alpine skiing in Europe in the 1970s.

Young Wives' Tale (1951)

Young Wives' Tale is a 1951 British comedy film directed by Henry Cass. It features one of Audrey Hepburn's earliest film roles, albeit a minor one, as Eve Lester.

The Tormentors (1971)

A man seeks vengeance against the group of bikers who killed his girlfriend.

Dawn of America (1951)

Dawn of America (Spanish: Alba de América) is a 1951 Spanish historical adventure film directed by Juan de Orduña and starring Antonio Vilar, María Martín and José Suárez. The film depicts the discovery of the Americas by Christopher Columbus in the late fifteenth century.

More (1969)

More is an English language film directed by Barbet Schroeder, released in 1969. Starring Mimsy Farmer and Klaus Grünberg, it deals with heroin addiction on the island of Ibiza. It features a soundtrack written and performed by Pink Floyd, released as the album More. The film was selected to be screened in the Cannes Classics section of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.

El Narco (2010)

El Infierno (English: Hell) is a 2010 Mexican black comedy crime film produced by Bandidos Films, directed by Luis Estrada and following the line of La ley de Herodes. The film is a political satire about drug trafficking, organized crime, and the Mexican Drug War. The film has been a critical and commercial success in Mexico. The film was nominated for the 25th Goya Awards for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film. El Infierno is rated NC-17 by the MPAA for some graphic violence and explicit sexual content. In Australia, where more stringent censorship exists, the movie is rated MA-15+.

Copacabana (2001)

As an elderly man's (Marco Nanini) body lies in his coffin, memories come flooding back to him about his life on a Brazilian beachfront.

Blue Money (1985)

Larry Gormley is a cab driver with dreams of stardom and on one special day, fate steps in. A passenger leaves a large quantity of banknotes in the back of his cab and Larry decides to take the money and run away. His action propels him on a helter-skelter journey of bizarre and hilarious encounters, backed by a fine selection of songs.

Target (2011)

In 2020, a group of wealthy Muscovites travel to an abandoned astrophysical complex which may have enough power to detain the aging process.

Demons (2012)

Joko, Ants and Reeda enter a casino and they have no idea there are demons inside of them waiting to emerge.

Ivory Hunters (1990)

A writer (John Lithgow), an elephant researcher (Isabella Rossellini) and a police inspector (James Earl Jones) set a trap for ivory poachers in Kenya.

Dear Summer Sister (1972)

A teenager searches for an Okinawan youth who might be her half-brother.

Witchville (2010)

Witchville is a 2010 made-for-television fantasy-adventure film based on witchcraft in a medieval feudal time period, written by John Werner and Amy Krell, and directed by Pearry Reginald Teo. The film was released and distributed by Syfy Network and it stars Luke Goss, Sarah Douglas, MyAnna Buring and Eragon star, Ed Speleers. The film premiered on 22 May 2010 in the USA via Syfy Channel.

Mortu Nega (1988)

Mortu Nega (English: Death Denied or Those Whom Death Refused) is a 1988 historic film by Flora Gomes, a director from Guinea-Bissau. Mortu Nega was Gomes' first feature-length film. This is the first docufiction, more precisely the first ethnofiction, from his country that shows, in an expressive and touching way, the experiences of the Guinea-Bissau War of Independence. This film blends contemporary history with mythology, in this case African mythology. Mortu Nega was the first film produced in independent Guinea-Bissau. Its world premiere was at the Venice Film Festival on August 29, 1988.

Gene-Fusion (2011)

In the year 2310, specially trained athletes become pawns in an alien conspiracy to take over the world.

Dark Mirror (1984)

Dark Mirror is a 1984 American TV movie. It was a remake of a 1946 film.

Kate's Secret (1986)

Meredith Baxter (TV's "Family Ties" and "Bridget Loves Bernie") plays the wife who seems to have everything in this made-for-TV-movie, which illuminates the problem of bulimia. In fitness-obsessed Southern California, Kate Stark struggles to hide her eating disorder, characterized by a psychological need to binge eat and purge, from her husband (Ben Masters), best friend (Shari Belafonte), and everyone around her who could help her fight this life-threatening illness. When finally confronted by the seriousness of her situation, Kate encounters the caring Dr. Resnick (Ed Asner), and patients with similar issues (played by Tracy Nelson and Mackenzie Phillips), who help her to acknowledge and accept her problem... the first step to healing. Newly remastered.

Witches' Brew (1980)

Witches' Brew (also known as Which Witch Is Which?) is a 1980 American comedy horror film directed by Herbert L. Strock (additional sequences) and Richard Shorr who co-wrote screenplay with Syd Dutton. It was based (though without any screen credit) on Fritz Leiber Jr.'s novel Conjure Wife. Witches Brew stars Richard Benjamin and Teri Garr. It is notable for being the final feature film appearance of Lana Turner.

Crawler (2009)

A construction worker (Deke Richards) and his crew contend with a killer bulldozer.

The Dead One (1961)

The Dead One, also known as Blood of the Zombie, is a 1961 independent film created and directed by Barry Mahon. It starred John McKay and Linda Ormond.

A Dangerous Adventure (1937)

A Dangerous Adventure is a 1937 American drama film directed by D. Ross Lederman.

Atomic Jihad: Ahmadinejad's Coming War for Islamic Revival and Obama's Politics of Defeat (2010)

Filmmaker Joel Gilbert examines Iran's bid for nuclear capability and the Obama administration's Middle East policy.

Love Thy Enemy (2011)

A detective finds evidence in his girlfriend's murder that points to people he is close to.

Emotional Girl (1993)

Ivy (Jacqueline Ng) visits her former school roommate and uses all of her charms to try to seduce the friend's father.

A Dangerous Game (1941)

Inmates at an eerie mental asylum hold surprises galore for an on-assignment insurance investigator.

Calamity Jane (1984)

Sharpshooter Martha "Calamity Jane" Canary's (Jane Alexander) affair with Wild Bill Hickok (Frederic Forrest) results in a daughter.

Wacky Taxi (1972)

A Mexican-American, Pepper (John Astin), has big dreams of striking it rich, but very little capital to make those dreams a reality. But one day Pepper quits his factory job and uses his life savings -- such as they are -- to buy a beat-up jalopy, which he transforms into a taxi. He prowls the streets looking for fares, always trying to stay away from the cops, as his business is illegal. His dreams sour, though, when the car is stolen. He must get it back or lose everything.

Strong Bodies Fight (2011)

Notre Dame's boxing team hosts an intramural charity tournament, called the Bengal Bouts, to benefit Bangladesh.

Parole Girl (1933)

Parole Girl is a 1933 American pre-Code romantic drama film directed by Edward Cline. The film stars Mae Clarke and Ralph Bellamy.

City Rhythms (1989)

In Los Angeles, disadvantaged teens Slammer (Carlos Gomez), Francis (Daniel Quinn) and Amanda (Sally Stewart) view the opulence and glamor of Hollywood with envy. Out of boredom, they engage in petty thievery, hoping for a small taste of a better life. When they discover the world of competitive dance, they sense a possible escape from their mundane existence. Working tirelessly on their choreography, they find a creative outlet for their youthful energy and a forum for their ambition.

Mandrill (2009)

Chilean action star Marko Zaror shows off the skills and charisma that made him a major box office draw in South America in this thriller. Mandrill (Zaror) became an orphan at an early age when a gang of thugs murdered his parents. The boy was taken in by his uncle Chone (Alejandro Castillo), who taught young Mandrill how to defend himself through an exhaustive course in the martial arts. Mandrill became a prodigy in battle, and now makes his living as a hit man; working for an underworld syndicate, he's a suave but deadly killer for hire who hopes to someday find and take out the men who killed his Mom and Dad.

That's My Face (2001)

In 1996, the filmmaker journeyed to the city Salvador Da Bahia - the African heart and soul of Brazil - seeking the identity of the spirits who haunt his dreams. Twenty years before, his mother made a parallel journey when she migrated with the family to Tanzania, East Africa in search of a mythic motherland. Shot entirely on silent Super 8 film by three generations of an African American family, "That's My Face" creates a mythopoetic feast of self-discovery.

Holidays by the Sea (2011)

Holidays by the Sea (French: Ni à vendre ni à louer) is a 2011 French comedy film directed by Pascal Rabaté.

The Boy Who Cried Bitch (1991)

The Boy Who Cried Bitch is a 1991 American independent drama film directed by Juan Jose Campanella and starring Harley Cross, Karen Young, Jason Biggs (in his first speaking role), Jesse Bradford and Adrien Brody. It was Campanella's feature film debut. It was based on real events.

Derelict (1930)

Derelict is a 1930 American Pre-Code adventure film directed by Rowland V. Lee and written by Grover Jones and William Slavens McNutt. The film stars George Bancroft, Jessie Royce Landis and William "Stage" Boyd. The film was released on November 22, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.

Lovers of 6 Years (2008)

Lovers of Six Years is a 2008 South Korean film starring Kim Ha-neul and Yoon Kye-sang as a couple in their late twenties who've been dating for six years, whose relationship faces difficult new tests.

Memories of a Lost Love (2011)

A young man tries to leave his troubled past behind and leaves home to start over.

Coroner Creek (1948)

Coroner Creek is an American 1948 Cinecolor western film directed by Ray Enright and starring Randolph Scott and Marguerite Chapman. It was based on the novel of the same name by Luke Short.

Hemo (2011)

Felicia (Pamela Price), How I Got Lost and Calvin (newcomer Kevin Petroff) are vampires living in post-Gatsby Long Island. Their method of obtaining their drug of choice is compromised when the local blood bank beefs up security, and they must resort to murder to get their fix. The advice of a friendly neighbor (Steve Dash, Friday the 13th Part 2) reinforces their desperate choice, but it's only a matter of time before their lifestyle turns poisonous and our addicts come face to face with the monsters they have become. Get bit!

What Price Goofy? (1925)

A jealous woman (Katherine Grant) thinks her husband (Charley Chase) is having an affair.

Brass Bells (1999)

Saworoide is a 1999 film directed by Tunde Kelani and released through Mainframe Films and Television Productions.

Girls' Dormitory (1936)

Girls' Dormitory is a 1936 American romance film directed by Irving Cummings.

Una ráfaga de plomo (1965)

The illegitimate son of an Arab chief uses deceit to achieve status.

Inferno (1953)

Inferno is a 1953 American film noir drama/thriller starring Robert Ryan, William Lundigan and Rhonda Fleming, directed by Roy Ward Baker. It was shot in Technicolor and shown in 3-D Dimension and stereophonic sound on prints for the few theaters equipped for that sound system in 1953.

Last of the Duanes (1941)

Last of the Duanes is a 1941 American Western film based on the novel by Zane Grey directed by James Tinling and written by William Conselman Jr. and Irving Cummings Jr.. The film stars George Montgomery, Lynne Roberts, Eve Arden, Francis Ford, George E. Stone and William Farnum. The film was released on September 26, 1941, by 20th Century Fox.

Destination Unknown (1942)

Destination Unknown is a 1942 American Universal Pictures second feature film directed by Ray Taylor set in China in World War II.

Sand (1949)

Sand is a 1949 American Western film directed by Louis King and starring Mark Stevens, Coleen Gray, and Rory Calhoun. It was nominated at the 22nd Academy Awards for Best Cinematography (color)-which Charles G. Clarke was nominated for.

The Next One (1984)

An astronaut's widow (Adrienne Barbeau) and her young son (Jeremy Licht) meet a stranger (Keir Dullea) from the future on a Greek island.

Bloodtide (1982)

Blood Tide is a 1982 British film directed by Richard Jefferies.The film is also known as Bloodtide (in the USA) and Demon Island (American TV title).

Faded Glory (2009)

A man tries to bring together his old team to win the National Amateur Baseball World Series.

Cycle of Fear: There Is No End (2008)

Tabetha is the only survivor of a group of teens and she has no memory of what happened.

Robo Vampire (1988)

An agent is brought back from the dead as an android.

Hail (2012)

Dan is released from jail and reunites with the love of his life, Leanne. When she is ripped away from him, Dan falls into a savage hallucinatory state as he searches for revenge.

Sabretooth (2002)

One by one, the members of a camping party are being eaten alive by a creature they can't see. The truth is beyond their worse nightmare: a genetically- engineered sabretooth tiger has escaped from the lab and is on the loose making up for millions of years of lost time. As a hunter struggles to track the beast, the body count rises. Every second counts, and the future of mankind may be the price for failure.

Jensen & Jensen (2011)

In the year 2019, Denmark is run by a bank and bikers rule the streets. When the Jensen brothers cannot find a job, they become bounty hunters to make ends meet.

Murder is Easy (1982)

An American tourist (Bill Bixby) snoops around an English village that has a high number of accidental deaths.

The Crime of Helen Stanley (1934)

The Crime of Helen Stanley is a 1934 American Pre-Code crime film directed by D. Ross Lederman.

The Secret of Monte Cristo (1961)

The Treasure of Monte Cristo is a British movie released in 1961. It was directed by Monty Berman and Robert S. Baker. The film features Rory Calhoun as an army captain in 1815 who goes off in search of a treasure on the island of Monte Cristo. It is a prequel to The Count of Monte Cristo. The film takes the same name as an unofficial sequel novel to The Count of Monte Cristo, namely The Treasure of Monte Cristo, written by Jules Lermina in 1885.

Crime Takes a Holiday (1938)

Crime Takes a Holiday is a 1938 American crime film directed by Lewis D. Collins and written by Jefferson Parker, Henry Altimus and Charles Logue. The film stars Jack Holt, Marcia Ralston, Russell Hopton, Douglass Dumbrille, Arthur Hohl, Thomas E. Jackson and John Wray. The film was released on October 5, 1938, by Columbia Pictures.

Perseverance: The Story of Dr. Billy Taylor (2012)

The life of former Michigan running back Billy Taylor.

Blood Guardian (2009)

Jason witnesses his father's murder and spends years in and out of jail. He tries to lead a normal life until people he is connected to are gruesomely murdered one by one and he is the prime suspect.

Die Nibelungen: Siegfried (1924)

Perhaps the most stately of Fritz Lang’s two-part epics, the five-hour Die Nibelungen [The Nibelungen] is a courageous and hallucinatory work, a film in which every single shot might alone endure as an exemplar of visual art. Its extraordinary set-pieces, archetypal themes, and unrestrained ambition have proven an inspiration for nearly every fantasy cycle that has emerged on-screen since – from Star Wars to The Lord of the Rings.In Part One, Siegfried, the film’s eponymous hero acquires the power of invincibility after slaying a dragon and bathing in the creature’s blood. Later, an alliance through marriage between the hero and the royal clan of the Nibelungen turns treacherous, with Siegfried’s sole weakness exploited. In Part Two, Kriemhilds Rache [Kriemhild’s Revenge], Siegfried’s widow travels to the remote land of the Huns to wed the monstrous Attila, and thereby enlist his forces in an act of vengeance that culminates in massacre, conflagration, and, under the auspices of Lang, one of the most exhilarating and terrifying end-sequences in all of cinema.Adapted from the myth that served as the basis for Wagner’s Ring cycle (though not an adaptation of the operas themselves), Lang’s picture employs its own counterpoint through a systematic, viral series of deranged geometrical patterns and the arresting, kabuki-like quality of the actors’ performances. The result is a film of startling expressionistic power, and a summit of Fritz Lang’s artistry. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the new HD restoration of Die Nibelungen in two-disc Blu-ray and DVD editions.

The Return (1980)

The Return is a 1980 American science fiction film directed by Greydon Clark. It stars Jan-Michael Vincent, Cybill Shepherd, Martin Landau, and Raymond Burr. It met little commercial success and was released directly to television and video.

A Matter of Heart (2009)

A Question of the Heart (Italian: Questione di cuore) is a 2009 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Francesca Archibugi.

Old Ironsides (1926)

Old Ironsides (1926) is a silent film starring Charles Farrell, Esther Ralston, Wallace Beery, and George Bancroft.

Million Dollar Weekend (1948)

Million Dollar Weekend is a 1948 American noir film directed by, and starring, Gene Raymond.

Clash of the Wolves (1925)

The Clash of the Wolves is a 1925 American silent Western/adventure film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. Directed by Noel M. Smith, the film stars canine actor Rin Tin Tin, Charles Farrell and June Marlowe. It was filmed on location in Chatsworth, California, and at what would later become the Joshua Tree National Park. It was transferred onto 16mm film by Associated Artists Productions in the 1950s and shown on television. A 35mm print of the film was discovered in South Africa and restored in 2003. In 2004, The Clash of the Wolves was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.

Hands Of Death (1988)

A Hong Kong police officer (Michelle Yeoh) and a flight security agent (Michael Wong) form an alliance to foil a hijacking.

Cosmonaut (2009)

Cosmonaut (Italian: Cosmonauta) is a 2009 Italian coming-of-age film written and directed by Susanna Nicchiarelli. It won the Controcampo Italiano at the 66th Venice International Film Festival. It also won the Ciak d'oro for best first work.

Double Exposure (1944)

Double Exposure is a 1944 American crime comedy film directed by William Berke, and starring Chester Morris and Nancy Kelly.

Shadows on the Wall (1986)

A reporter becomes the target of a murderer when he starts investigating a fifty-year-old murder/suicide case.

Native Son (1951)

Native Son (1951), also known as Sangre negra, is a black-and-white Argentine film directed by the French filmmaker Pierre Chenal. The film is based on the novel Native Son by American author Richard Wright, who also starred in the film. Actor Canada Lee was originally scheduled to play the role but had difficulties with his visa while filming Cry, the Beloved Country (1951) in South Africa and had to decline the role.

Beatific Vision (2008)

A dead man's spirit guides his partner (Michael Vega) to a new relationship.

Monopoly (2006)

Kyong-Ho (Dong-kun Yang) is a computer genius recruited to help John steal a little money from every bank account in Korea.

Luv (1967)

Luv is a 1967 romantic slapstick comedy film starring Jack Lemmon, Peter Falk, Elaine May and Nina Wayne. It is based on the original Broadway production of Luv by Murray Schisgal, which opened at the Booth Theater in New York on 11 November 1964. The play ran for 901 performances and was nominated for the 1965 Tony Award for Best Play.

Street Justice (2021)

A police detective (Carl Weathers) teams up with an orphan (Bryan Genesse) from his Vietnam past, on the trail of a hit man (Lindsey Ginter).

Here Below (2012)

Sister Luce (Cline Sallette), a French nun working as a hospital nurse, has an affair with Father Martial (ric Caravaca) until he backs off the relationship -- causing her world to come crashing down.

Contadora is for lovers (2006)

A couple (Vincent DePaul, Rene Pietrangelo) enter a love triangle while on vacation in Panama.

Welcome to L.A. (1976)

Welcome to L.A. is a 1976 film directed by Alan Rudolph and starring Keith Carradine.

Mystery Woman (1935)

Mystery Woman is a 1935 American thriller film directed by Eugene Forde and written by Philip MacDonald. The film stars Mona Barrie, Gilbert Roland, John Halliday, Rod La Rocque, Mischa Auer and Billy Bevan. The film was released on January 8, 1935, Fox Film Corporation.

Gestation (2009)

An unexpected pregnancy tests the relationship of a teenage couple (Adriana Alvarez, Edgar Romn).

Nuit de la glisse: At the Very Last Moment (2012)

Extreme-sports aficionados ski glaciers in Greenland, surf off the coast of Portugal, race down mountains on bikes, and take on other thrilling escapades.

Disobedient (1953)

Intimate Relations is a 1953 British drama film directed by Charles Frank. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.

The Wall Street Conspiracy (2012)

Activists work tirelessly to expose the corruption of the financial markets.

Hypnotized and Hysterical (Hairstylist Wanted) (2002)

Hypnotized and Hysterical (Hairstylist Wanted) (original title: Filles perdues, cheveux gras) is a 2002 French musical comedy-drama film about the crossing paths of three lost young women. It was directed by Claude Duty. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on 17 May 2002.

The Five (2010)

The lives of five children start to resemble a character in a series of mythological books.

My Heart Is an Idiot (2010)

Davy Rothbart tours the country, promoting his magazine, and gets advice about his love life.

The Conmen in Vegas (1999)

The Conmen in Vegas is a 1999 Hong Kong action comedy film produced, written and directed by Wong Jing and is a sequel to the 1998 film, The Conman. The film stars original returning cast members Andy Lau and Nick Cheung with new cast members Natalis Chan, Kelly Lin, Meggie Yu, Alex Man and Jewel Lee in her debut film role. The film was partially filmed in the Caesars Palace Resort, Las Vegas.