Inside Monkey Zetterland is a 1992 film penned by former child actor Steve Antin.
Visions of Light is a 1992 documentary film directed by Arnold Glassman, Todd McCarthy, and Stuart Samuels. The film is also known as Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography.
Jönssonligan & den svarta diamanten (English: The Johnson Gang & the Black Diamond) is a Swedish film about the gang Jönssonligan made in 1992. It's the first film not to feature the original gang leader Sickan played by Gösta Ekman.
The Witness is a short film (19 minutes) directed by Chris Gerolmo, starring Gary Sinise and Elijah Wood.
Me, Myself & I is a 1992 dark romantic comedy starring JoBeth Williams and George Segal. The movie is the directorial debut of editor and producer Pablo Ferro. Bill Macy, Shelley Hack and Ruth Gilbert also appear in this independent film shot in Ontario, Canada.
Mindwarp (released as Brain Slasher outside the USA) is a 1992 post-apocalyptic science fiction movie, starring Bruce Campbell as Stover, Angus Scrimm as the Seer, Marta Martin (credited as "Marta Alicia") as Judy, Elizabeth Kent as Cornelia, and Wendy Sandow as Claude.
Being at Home with Claude is a 1992 Canadian drama film directed by Jean Beaudin and based on the play by René-Daniel Dubois.
Crush is a 1992 New Zealand drama film directed by Alison Maclean. It was entered into the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.
Betty is a French movie directed by Claude Chabrol based on the homonymous novel by Georges Simenon. It was first released in France in 1992.
Out on a Limb is a 1992 comedy film written by Joshua and Daniel Goldin and directed by Francis Veber. It stars Matthew Broderick, Jeffrey Jones, Heidi Kling, Courtney Peldon, Michael Monks, and John C. Reilly.
Secrets (also titled One Crazy Night) is a 1992 Australian film, starring Dannii Minogue and Noah Taylor. In the plot five of The Beatles' biggest fans in Australia get locked up in the basement of the hotel where the Fab Four are staying during a tour. While waiting for rescue, they start to share their deepest secrets with each other.
Munchie Strikes Back is a 1992 comedy feature film directed by Jim Wynorski and written by Wynorski and R.J. Robertson, as a sequel to Munchie, with Howard Hesseman providing Munchie's voice.
Minbo (ミンボーの女, Minbō no Onna?) is a 1992 Japanese film by filmmaker Juzo Itami. It is also known by the titles Minbo: the Gentle Art of Japanese Extortion, The Gangster's Moll and The Anti-Extortion Woman. The film was widely popular in Japan and a critical success internationally. It satirizes the yakuza, who retaliated for their portrayal in the film by assaulting the director.
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Prototype, also known as Prototype X29A is a 1992 post-apocalyptic science fiction film.
Frankenstein is a television film first aired in 1992, based on Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein. It was produced by Turner Pictures and directed by David Wickes.
Remote Control (Icelandic: Sódóma Reykjavík ( pronunciation ) in Icelandic) is an Icelandic film from 1992 directed by Óskar Jónasson. The plot is a farce, revolving around the young car mechanic Axel and his adventure in the Reykjavík underworld which starts when his mother insists that he must recover the remote control to her TV. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.
Breaking the Rules is a 1992 drama film directed by Neal Israel, executive produced by Larry A. Thompson, starring Jason Bateman, C. Thomas Howell, Jonathan Silverman and Annie Potts. Jason's father, Kent Bateman, has a role in the movie as well.
Schtonk! (1992) is a satirical German film, retelling the hoax of the Hitler Diaries.
Hiram na Mukha (Filipino: "Borrowed Visage") is a 1992 Filipino film directed by Joel Lamangan. In 2007 it was made into TV drama series.
The Nutt House is a 1992 film directed by Adam Rifkin. It stars Stephen Kearney, Traci Lords and Amy Yasbeck. It was also the last film for Emil Sitka, Sandra Gould and King Moody.
Stormy Weathers is a 1992 TV-movie starring Cybill Shepherd as Samantha Weathers.
The Living End is a 1992 American comedy-drama film by Gregg Araki. Described by some critics as a "gay Thelma and Louise," the film is an early entry in the New Queer Cinema genre. The Living End was nominated for a Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 1992.
The Oil-Hell Murder (女殺油地獄, Onna ya abura jigoku?) is a 1992 Japanese film directed by Hideo Gosha. It was Japan's submission to the 65th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Body Language is a 1992 television film written and directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman. The thriller, starring Heather Locklear as a successful business executive and Linda Purl as her assistant who is trying to take over her life, was produced for USA Network, and was released on VHS in 1998.
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