Multiple ManiacsApril 10, 1970
Lady Divine becomes enraged when her boyfriend cheats on her, and descends into a life of murder and mayhem.
Scorpio RisingOctober 7, 1963
A gang of Nazi bikers prepares for a race as sexual, sadistic, and occult images are cut together.
That Most Important Thing: LoveFebruary 12, 1975
Servais Mont, a freelance photographer who works taking compromising photos, gets fascinated by Nadine Chevalier, a tormented low-budget movie actress married to an eccentric film photo collector.
The Secret CinemaMarch 8, 1967
Welcome to the Secret Cinema, now featuring a series of films on the real-life misadventures of Jane, a New York City office secretary. See Jane being sexually harassed by her boss, Mr. Troppogrosso. See Jane get dumped by her boyfriend, Dick. See Jane humiliated in lots of ways. And here's the kicker: Jane doesn't know that her life is being filmed, or that she's being set up by some of the people closest to her. But she's starting to have her suspicions.
The Secret of Wendel SamsonJuly 1, 1966
A young man's struggle with his sexuality overtakes his life, driving him deep into his subconscious where guilt and fears of physicality chase him still further. Cornered by an intangible terror, he realises he must either break out or break down.
Chafed ElbowsJanuary 1, 1966
A day in the life of a young Manhattanite who is in love with his mother, gives birth to $1890 from his hip, and kills indiscriminately.
Skinhead Cross CultureApril 26, 2009
The first American documentary about Traditional (Non-Racist) Skinheads. Focuses on the 'cross of cultures' that came together to form the Skinhead identity: The origins of the Skinhead scene in England, its roots in Jamaican Reggae and Ska (mid-'60s) to its revival and global impact with 2 Tone, Punk, Oi, and Hardcore (late '70s to present day). Features interviews and live concert footage by current bands across these various musical genres in the United States, England and Germany; discussing their viewpoints on Skinhead, its Working Class values, and its continuing relevance around the world.
VaporsDecember 3, 1965
Mr. Jaffee is a curious but closeted married man, who decides to take a walk on the wild side one night over to the local bath house located in Times Square, New York. When he is a approached by Thomas, a swinging regular who takes an interest in Mr. Jaffe as the new face "on the scene", a deep discussion about marriage, connection and loss begins to unexpectedly unfold. The two become emotionally intimate in a very short time, with no sexual contact of any sort, while everyone around them are screwing like rabbits.
The World's Greatest SinnerJune 1, 1962
A bored insurance salesman quits his job to go into politics. He first starts preaching about how man is greater than he thinks and that man can live forever. He ends up forming his own political party, "The Eternal Man" party. He begins to be referred to as "God". Then he starts having doubts about the eternalness of man.
My Lovely Burnt Brother and His Squashed BrainJanuary 1, 1988
Underground Italian extremely gory, gross-out "comedy" (in early John Waters vein) about a badly burnt morphine junkie who is turned into a zombie after he gets injected with infected urine by his pug-ugly, crazy sister.
Space ClownNovember 11, 2016
A hapless filmmaker documents the weird, violent, and surreal torments of an extraterrestrial clown.
Barbara Rubin and the Exploding NY UndergroundMay 2, 2018
The 29-minute experimental film Christmas on Earth caused a sensation when it first screened in New York City in 1964. Its orgy scenes, double projections and overlapping images shattered artistic conventions and announced a powerful new voice in the city's underground film scene. All the more remarkable, that vision belonged to a teenager, 18-year-old Barbara Rubin. A Zelig of the '60s, she introduced Andy Warhol to the Velvet Underground, Bob Dylan to Kabbalah and bewitched Allen Ginsberg. The same unbridled creativity that inspired her to make films when women simply didn't, saw her breach yet another male domain, Orthodox Judaism, before her mysterious death at 35. Lifelong friend Jonas Mekas saved all her letters, creating a rich archive that filmmaker Chuck Smith carefully sculpts into this fascinating portrait of a nearly forgotten artist. An avante-garde maverick, a rebel in a man's world, Barbara Rubin regains her rightful place in film history.
Sleazy RiderJanuary 1, 1988
Underground homage to Easy Rider about two girl bikers with bad attitudes who wind up on the wrong end of evil Cruella's shotgun.
Almodóvar, todo sobre ellasSeptember 11, 2016
When looking at Pedro Almodóvar’s filmography, it becomes evident that women are everywhere; in fact, his work revolves around them. His divas are the best to create a real portrait of Almodóvar and evoke the emotional power of his films. These women are the ideal observers of a cinematic career that, from La Mancha to Hollywood, has changed the image of Spain in the world.
A collection of footage and interviews with strange people and their exploration into the unusual and extreme side of body modification.
The Tape of KarmaJune 10, 2018
A gorehound named Marvin orders a lot of splatter movies for a movie marathon with his fellow gorehounds. He ends up ordering so much that he has trouble keeping up with orders. Come the day of the marathon, him and his friends watch gore and grime until very late at night. Just when they think the marathon is over, Marvin rediscovers one tape that he forgot all about... He quickly calls his buddies back over to watch it, and they soon discover that the tape is something far more ominous than they could have ever suspected.
Can LimboNovember 20, 2019
A group of musicians seem isolated from the world playing beautiful pieces. But in the darkness of the night, and from their minds, there are melancholies on earth, loves and families that they left behind. Their silences, their letters, these elements shape the poetic intention of this documentary.