In Silence, Ca Tue!, Christophe Lamot directs and stars as a megalomaniacal director in this hyper-violent critique on Belgium cinema.
Anatomia by director Steven Jacobs is perhaps the sexiest silent film ever made, a modern-day update of the story of Sappho, the female poet.
Jack Smith and the Destruction of Atlantis by Mary Jordan sheds some much needed light on the obscure and obtuse filmmaker and artist.
Richard Sandler documented life in NYC in a pre- and post-9/11 world for his 2 films Brave New York and Sway, packaged together on 1 DVD.
The Devil’s Muse is a modern neo-noir thriller by director Ramzi Abed about a naive actress who obsesses over the Black Dahlia murder case.
Bane by James Eaves is a new twist on the torture porn genre in which several women are locked up and abused for medical experiments.
Admit it, you need to know: Did Paul von Stoetzel capture the goods for his documentary Snuff: A Documentary About Killing on Camera?
Directed by Sam Barrett, No Through Road is an effectively nasty revenge thriller in the Straw Dogs vein, except more explicitly gory.
Marta’s Sex Tape is a big, bold and tremendously sexy film by Anthony Rivero Stabley with the plot shot at us at a breakneck pace.
Lloyd Kaufman has geysers of feces, blood and gratuitous boob shots in Poultrygeist, but did you know the film is also a musical?