In Critical Condition

Johnny, the loyal number two of a powerful sociopathic crime boss, leads other members of a small town mob scrambling to keep their business alive while trying to find the leak to the police.

Hunting Humans 1987

A guy whose brother was killed and a waitress whose sister was killed run afoul on a psycho killer who gets his jollies running people off the road with his big truck. Overcompensation much?

The Old Shell 1980

Pandi has been recruited by foreign agents in order to collect information about a military plant where his friend Servet works. To achieve his goal, Pandi blackmails Servet with an old shell, used by Servet to accidentally injure a friend during the military service.

Smart Money 1986

Leon, a hacker convicted for a crime he did not commit, escapes from detention centre following the death of his father, to take revenge on the man who really did it.

The Veiled

As a daughter grinds away as caretaker for her father she discovers some memories are best left hidden under the veil of dementia.

Tell Gordon Hello

Tell Gordon Hello was spawned off of Morgan Rodner's love of two things: film and comics. During a writer's block that all artists come across at some point in their lifetime, Rodner met Paul Louis Harrell while directing another short film. Rodner soon discovered that Harrell had a pastime of playing the Joker on Hollywood Blvd for tips which was the catalyst that put the wheels into motion for Tell Gordon Hello. - Written by Morgan Rodner

Delinquent Boss: Smooth Talking, Good Fighting 1971

This is the Twelfth film in the series. There were seventeen Wolves of the City films between 1968 & 1974, in the main aimed at shock-value & “pinku” soft-core with sex, nudity, violence, gunplay, & a lot of mainly pointless foolishness when the biker gang coopts racist or nazi imagery, inventing a non-existent youth culture void of morality…

Delinquent Boss: Alley Dog Commando 1972

This is the Fifteenth film in the series. There were seventeen Wolves of the City films between 1968 & 1974, in the main aimed at shock-value & “pinku” soft-core with sex, nudity, violence, gunplay, & a lot of mainly pointless foolishness when the biker gang coopts racist or nazi imagery, inventing a non-existent youth culture void of morality…

Fishy Stones 1990

After a well-executed jewelry store heist, two amateur thugs go on the run. But the police are not too far behind, and after a chase through the countryside, the thugs are apprehended - but only after they stash their loot in a clump of nearby bushes. When two best friends head off into the wilderness on a camping expedition together, luck seems to be on their side when they discover the hidden stash of diamonds.

Umbango 1986

When Kay Kay, a powerful, ruthless businessman sets out on a mission of revenge against two men accused of killing his brother, he strong-arms the local sheriff into forming a posse of thugs to aid in his vendetta.

Fists for Revenge 1974

3 felons facing the death penalty, escape the night before they are due to be executed and plot their revenge on the people that put them there.Prepare for the hardest hitting martial art action that never stops.

Yakuza Wives 7: Love is Hell 1994

A wife of a small Osaka family risks her life to protect her husband’s family and its members against much larger, more established organizations. The odds are stacked against her and her family. She even follows the yakuza way to the lette but the other organizations tries to use that against her.

Goldrunner 1980

A madman kidnaps an innocent child and only an ex-race car driver can deliver the ransom, a fortune in gold, in time.

Puzzle 1978

A man oppressed by his wife's authoritarian ways designs the perfect crime to rid himself of her for good, but something doesn't work in the plan in this Diabolique-inspired thriller. Made for Italian television.