Brothers in Blood (1987)
Weary soldiers fighting in Vietnam vow to die before they are captured after they become trapped behind enemy lines.
The Punch Bowl (1944)
Die Feuerzangenbowle ("The Fire-Tongs Bowl" or "The Punch Bowl") is a 1944 German film, directed by Helmut Weiss and is based on the book of the same name. It follows the book closely as its author, Heinrich Spoerl, also wrote the script for the film. Both tell the story of a famous writer going undercover as a student at a small town secondary school after his friends tell him that he missed out on the best part of growing up by being educated at home. The story in the book takes place during the time of the Wilhelmine Empire in Germany. The movie was produced and released in Germany during the last years of World War II and has been called a "masterpiece of timeless, cheerful escapism." The movie stars Heinz Rühmann in the role of the student Hans Pfeiffer, which is remarkable as Rühmann was already 42 years old at that time. The title comes from the German alcoholic tradition of Feuerzangenbowle.
What's a Bear For? (2011)
¿Para qué sirve un oso? (English: What's a Bear For?) is a 2011 Spanish eco-comedy film written and directed by Tom Fernández. The film stars Javier Cámara, Gonzalo de Castro and Emma Suárez. It also stars Geraldine Chaplin and her real-life daughter, Oona. The film premiered on 26 March 2011 at the Málaga Film Festival, this was soon followed by a theatrical release in Spain on 1 April.
Koko: The Gorilla Who Talks to People (2016)
Lola the Truck Driving Woman (1983)
Lola the Truck Driver (Spanish:Lola la trailera) is a 1983 Mexican action film directed by Raúl Fernández and starring Rosa Gloria Chagoyán, Rolando Fernández and Irma Serrano. After her father is murdered, a young woman begins driving his truck so it won't be repossessed. With the help of an undercover detective, she tackles a major drugs baron.
The film was a major commercial success on its release, earning $1 million in Mexico and $2.5 million in the United States. This represented a large profit for its backers who had spent $150,000 on the production. Several sequels starring Rosa Gloria Chagoyán as Lola followed beginning with The Kidnapping of Lola in 1986, as well as other films that tried to copy its style.
Bas Fonds (2010)
Un Giorno Della Vita (2011)
Breaking Horizons (2012)
Breaking Horizons (German: Am Himmel der Tag) is a 2012 German drama film directed by Pola Schirin Beck.
The Vortex of Love (2013)
Gran Casino (1947)
Gran Casino (Alternate title: En el viejo Tampico) is a 1947 Mexican film. It was written by Mauricio Magdaleno and Edmundo Baez, based on a story by Michel Weber, and directed by Luis Buñuel.
The Messenger (2015)
For thousands of years, songbirds were regarded by mankind as messengers from the gods. Today, these creatures have woven inextricably into the fabric of our environment and are vanishing at an alarming rate.
Defying the Nazis: The Sharps' War (2016)
Defying the Nazis: The Sharps' War is an account of a daring rescue mission that occurred on the precipice of World War II. It tells the story of Waitstill and Martha Sharp, a Unitarian minister and his wife from Wellesley, Massachusetts, who left their children behind in the care of their parish and boldly committed to multiple life-threatening missions in Europe. Over two dangerous years they helped to save hundreds of imperiled political dissidents and Jewish refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation across Europe.
Una canzone per te (2010)
Missione Di Pace (2011)
Missione di pace (Peacekeeping mission) is a 2011 Italian black comedy film directed by Francesco Lagi. It was the closer film at the Critics' Week at the 68th Venice International Film Festival.
Mangarap Ka (1995)
Roberta Flack: Killing Me Softly (2014)
Halal, Police D'etat (2011)
Las lobas del ring (1965)
Maria and the Spider (2013)
K3 Bengeltjes (2012)
K3 Bengeltjes is the fourth movie with K3. It was directed by Bart Van Leemputten. It is the first movie with new member Josje Huisman.
Calm at Sea (2012)
That Boy Emil (2013)
That Boy Emil is a Swedish animated film based on the Astrid Lindgren books of Emil i Lönneberga. It was released to cinemas in Sweden on 25 December 2013.
Hope (Polish: Nadzieja, German: Hoffnung) is a 2007 German-Polish drama film directed by Stanisław Mucha. It was entered into the 29th Moscow International Film Festival.
Investigating the Historical Jesus (2016)
This thought provoking documentary follows the historical path of Jesus from birth to his crucifixion. Created by a culturally and religiously diverse cast and crew, this film looks to explore the real locations behind the stories. With an eye for education and an open heart, this often touching journey is one of impact and emotionally stirring.
Triumph Of Hercules (1964)
The Triumph of Hercules, the 1964 film, was one of many Italian sword and sandal epics during the 1960s craze. Originally titled Il Trionfo di Ercole, the film was directed by Alberto De Martino. Hercules was portrayed by Dan Vadis.
The film was released internationally as Hercules vs the Giant Warriors, and also as Hercules and the Ten Avengers.
Shatner's World... We Just Live in It... (2013)
The Mountain of the Cannibal God (1978)
When her anthropologist husband disappears in New Guinea, Susan Stevenson (Ursula Andress of DR. NO) convinces her colleague Dr. Edward Foster (Stacy Keach of PRISON BREAK) to lead her into the dark heart of the deadly jungle. But while exploring the forbidden mountain of Ra-Rami, the expedition is attacked and captured by a tribe of primitive natives. Even if they can escape the barbaric tortures of these flesh-eating savages, can Susan survive the depraved lust of their Cannibal God? Prepare yourself for the definitive edition of this notorious shocker! MOUNTAIN OF THE CANNIBAL GOD has been completely restored from original vault materials and now includes the legendary and never-before-seen footage of deviant sexuality from the private collection of director Sergio Martino (TORSO).
Holy Hustler (2008)
Jasmine has been struggling to make ends meet and care for her ailing Grandmother for as long as she can remember. With no where to turn she looks to an old friend and the local church for support. After joining the church choir Jasmine finally feels like things are going her way. However, the church is harboring a dark secret; will Jasmine be strong enough to stand up for what's right?
IRL: In Real Life (2012)
IRL is a Swedish 2013 drama film, directed by Erik Leijonborg and starring Valter Skarsgård, Happy Jankell and Alba August.
Dean Smith (2015)
Hellfire is a 1995 American film. It was part of the Roger Corman Presents series. It was filmed in Russia.
Live East Die Young (2012)
Rock The Paint (2005)
Bonne Nuit Papa (2015)
Christian Dreadful (2012)
Christian is a world famous rock-star, but underneath the make-up and tight leather clothes, he is a former choirboy, who lost his parents in an early age, but found comfort in music. Christian wants to inspire unfortunate people, like himself, with his music, but producer Aleksi Roivas has already planned the career of the next, big superstar from start to finish. Now, Christian, with the help of a groupie with an attitude, has to save his beloved fans from total damnation.
Times Have Been Better (2006)
Quando c'era Berlinguer (2014)
Harts 5 - Geld ist nicht alles (2013)
Wer Schon Sein Will, Muss Reisen (2013)
Jakobs Bruder (2009)
Santo Contra Los Jinetes Del Terror (1970)
Giovanni Improtta (2013)
Ritual - A Psychomagic Story (2013)
The Battle for Marjah (2010)
The Battle for Marjah may refer to:The alternate name for Operation Moshtarak, an International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) pacification offensive in the town of Marjah, Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
The Battle for Marjah (film), a 2017 HBO documentary written, about the actions of Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment during Operation Moshtarak.
Global Home (2012)
Yakuza Graveyard (1976)
YAKUZA GRAVEYARD is a gritty, brutally violent action film, a mature, poetic achievement in personal filmmaking, and a trenchant x-ray of xenophobic post-war Japanese society.
The Bitch Wants Blood (1969)
The Scarlet Lady (French: La femme écarlate; Italian: La donna scarlatta) is a 1969 French/Italian comedy film directed by Jean Valère and starring Monica Vitti, Maurice Ronet, and Robert Hossein. Written by Paul Gégauff and Jean Valère, the film is about a beautiful Italian businesswoman who, after being swindled out of her fortune by her boyfriend, travels to Paris to kill him before killing herself.
Thelma, Louise Et Chantal (2010)
Thelma, Louise et Chantal is a 2010 French comedy film directed by Benoît Pétré.
X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men (1989)
X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men is an animated television pilot originally broadcast in 1989 on the Marvel Action Universe television block, featuring Marvel Comics’ mutant superheroes the X-Men. The pilot aired infrequently in syndication, and was later released on video. It later served as the basis for Konami's X-Men arcade game.
Music School (1974)
Bitch Hug (Swedish: Bitchkram) is a 2012 Swedish drama film directed by Andreas Öhman. It stars Linda Molin as Kristin, and Fanny Ketter as Andrea, as the main characters. The movie was filmed in the Sundsvall fjord area in 2011.
Can't Say No (2009)
Horowitz In Moscow (1986)
Le bal des menteurs (2011)
Allein Die Wuste (2012)
A Man Called Blade (1977)
Maurizio Merli (the iconic star of the 70s Italian cop movies) stars as a hatchet-wielding bounty hunter with a dark past and an even more desperate future. But when he disrupts the balance of power in a corrupt mining town, he unleashes a firestorm of brutality, betrayal and cold-blooded murder. Now, one man stalks a savage land where justice walks a razor and no bullets slice deeper than vengeance. He is A MAN CALLED BLADE. John Steiner (SALON KITTY, CALIGULA) and Donal OBrien (RUN MAN RUN, KEOMA) co-star in this muddy, bloody and extreme Spaghetti Western that is truly a cut above the rest. Co-written and directed by the notorious Sergio Martino (TORSO, MOUNTAIN OF THE CANNIBAL GOD), MANNAJA: A MAN CALLED BLADE has been fully restored from original Italian vault materials including its infamous eyeball torture scenes.
Saturday Sunday Monday (1978)
The Day That Shook the World (1975)
The Day That Shook the World (Serbo-Croatian: ''Sarajevski atentat, lit. The Sarajevo Assassination'') is a 1975 Czechoslovak-Yugoslav-German co-production film directed by Veljko Bulajić, starring Christopher Plummer and Florinda Bolkan. The film is about the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie in Sarajevo in 1914 and the immediate aftermath that led to the outbreak of World War I. When the only surviving heir to Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, was killed by Gavrilo Princip, a Serbian nationalist, on 28 June 1914, his death set in motion a chain of events that resulted in the First World War. The movie chronicles the events surrounding that death and its aftermath. The assassination gave the Germans and Austrians reason to fear that the Russian Empire was actively fomenting unrest in the Balkans, since Serbia was a bone of contention throughout the region. Upon its release, The Day That Shook the World was met with mixed reviews. The New York Times critic described the film as a "footnote to history that is rarely moving". The movie was dubbed in theatres (USA - English, Czechoslovakia - Czech, Germany - German) and has aired only once on television, on Czechoslovak Television two years after its release in cinemas.
La settima donna (1978)
The Last House on the Beach (Italian: La settima donna, also known as Terror and The Seventh Woman) is a 1978 Italian rape and revenge-thriller film directed by Franco Prosperi.
The American title refers to Wes Craven's The Last House on the Left, and Alexandra Heller-Nicholas stated how "combining the nunsploitation subgenre with rape-revenge, the film deviates plot-wise from The Last House on the Left substantially, but arrives at a similar ethical conclusion".It was argued that the final scene of the movie inspired the final scene in Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof.
The Student (2011)
The Student (Spanish: El estudiante) is a 2011 Argentine drama film written and directed by Santiago Mitre.
Star Runner (2003)
Star Runner, , is a 2003 Hong Kong action/romance film co-written and directed by Daniel Lee. It is rated PG-13; "For intense sequences of martial arts action violence" by the MPAA.
Cin Kuyusu (2015)
Frailer (Dutch: Brozer) is a 2014 Dutch drama film directed by Mijke de Jong. It was selected to be screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.
Women Behind Bars (1975)
When a brazen diamond heist on a Chinese junk ends in a bloody double-cross,
the traitor escapes only to be mysteriously murdered by his mistress. The
vicious vixen is locked away in a tropical prison where, to keep the hidden
jewels for herself, she’ll have to resist the charms of the warden’s Sapphic
spies; withstand whips, chains, and high-voltage electrodes in his dungeon; and,
if she breaks free, she must pass through the gauntlet of greedy gangsters
working on both sides of the law. Are her mind and body strong enough to survive the agonies and ecstasies of
life in the big doll house? Sultan of sleaze Jess Franco (VENUS IN FURS,
SUCCUBUS) directs this depraved delicacy destined to delight connoisseurs of
crime and perverted punishment. Raven-haired beauty Lina Romay (FEMALE VAMPIRE,
MACUMBA SEXUAL) and blonde bombshell Martine Stedil (BARBED WIRE DOLLS) lead an
exotic cast of curvaceous criminals in this uncut, uncensored entry in the
Year of Grace (2011)
I Mostri Oggi (2009)
Horst Schlammer: Isch Kandidiere (2009)
Viaje A Surtsey (2013)
My Little Hero (2013)
Jill Bilcock: Dancing The Invisible (2018)
Jill Bilcock: Dancing The Invisible focuses on the life and work of one of the world’s leading film artists, Academy Award nominated film editor Jill Bilcock (Strictly Ballroom, Muriel’s Wedding, Moulin Rouge!)
In Desert and Wilderness (1973)
In Desert and Wilderness is a 2001 Polish film directed by Gavin Hood. Adapted from the 1911 novel In Desert and Wilderness by Henryk Sienkiewicz, it tells the story of two kids, Staś Tarkowski and Nel Rawlison, kidnapped by the rebels during Mahdi's rebellion in Sudan.
The Santa Claus Gang (2010)
The Santa Claus Gang (Italian: La banda dei Babbi Natale) is a 2010 Italian comedy film directed by Paolo Genovese.
Starquest II (1996)
Starquest II is a Sci-fi thriller film written and directed by Fred Gallo that was released in 1997.
Aussie Park Boyz: The Next Chapter (2011)
All You Need Is Klaus (2010)
ReMastered: Who Shot the Sheriff (2018)
In 1976, reggae icon Bob Marley survived an assassination attempt as rival political groups battled in Jamaica. But who exactly was responsible?
La bomba del Liceu (2010)
Ali Baba and the Seven Dwarfs (2015)
Ali Baba and the Seven Dwarfs (Turkish: Ali Baba ve 7 Cüceler) is a 2015 Turkish action film directed by Cem Yılmaz.
A Greek Type of Problem (2013)
The White Seal (1975)
Tahrir: Liberation Square (2012)
Between Night and Day (2013)
Bad Family (2010)
Bad Family (Finnish: Paha perhe) is a 2010 Finnish drama/black comedy film written and directed by Aleksi Salmenperä and produced by Aki Kaurismäki. The film tells the story of an overly protective and controlling father who suspects incest is taking place between his own son and daughter. These growing suspicions and concerns cause the father to become delusional and unrelenting in his quest to end the love affair between his children. Distributed domestically by Sandrew Metronome, Bad Family was theatrically released in Finland on 29 January 2010. From 14 to 21 February 2010 it was screened at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival.
Siempre Hay Tiempo (2010)
The PhanDom Menace (2002)
Legend of Dinosaurs and Monster Birds (1977)
Legend of Dinosaurs & Monster Birds , also known in the U.S. as The "Legend of Dinosaurs" is a 1977 Japanese science fiction film produced and distributed by Toei Company.
Can't Be Silent (2013)
Der Weg Nach Mekka: Die Reise Des Muhammad Asad (2008)
A Road to Mecca – The Journey of Muhammad Asad, also known as A Road to Mecca, is a 2008 documentary by Austrian filmmaker Georg Misch. The documentary traces the path of Muslim scholar and political theorist Muhammad Asad, which led to his conversion to Islam.
Pee-Wee's Playhouse Christmas Special (1988)
Like It Never Was Before (1995)
Like It Never Was Before is a 1995 Danish / Swedish drama film directed by Susanne Bier.
Amici Miei: Come Tutto Ebbe Inizio (2011)