Desiree (2016)

Eric Ashworth (Joseph Morgan, “The Vampire Diaries”) survives an almost lethal overdose of his own popular recreational drug only to wake up in police custody, badly burned, with no memory of what happened. Implicated as both the chemist and the arsonist responsible for blowing up the drug’s makeshift factory, Eric is informed by Detective Anslinger (Ron Pearlman, Hellboy) and his shady lawyer Morell (Kate Walsh, “Gray’s Anatomy”) that he has five days to find the mysterious Desiree (Nicole Badaan, Bigfoot) and uncover the truth behind what happened.Eric is determined to clear his name, even as a crime boss (Walton Goggins, The Hateful Eight) and his ominous associates (Luciaus Fallick, Dallas Buyers Club, andAnwan Glover, Twelve Years a Slave) demand that Eric to return to his underground chemical exploits. But how can a man whose reality is based on a past life that’s now, at best, a vague and distant memory clear his name?

Wait Till Helen Comes (2016)

Wait Till Helen Comes (A.K.A. Little Girl's Secret) is a film directed by Dominic James and written by Victoria Sanchez Mandryk. It is adapted from the book by Mary Downing Hahn. It stars Maria Bello, Sophie Nélisse and Isabelle Nélisse. The film was released in multiple Canadian cities on 25 November 2016.

Horses of God (2013)

Horses of God (French: Les chevaux de Dieu, Arabic: يا خيل الله‎‎, translit. Ya khayl Allah) is 2012 Moroccan drama film about the 2003 Casablanca bombings. It was directed by Nabil Ayouch, and based on the novel The Stars of Sidi Moumen by Moroccan writer Mahi Binebine. The film won several awards, and was Morocco's submission for the 85th Academy Awards (held in February 2013).

Dangerous Ishq (2012)

Dangerous Ishhq is a 2012 Indian Hindi-language supernatural thriller film directed by Vikram Bhatt and starring Karisma Kapoor in the lead role. The filming began on 7 September 2010. The film was released on 11 May 2012. According to, the film was a box office flop.

The Beast Within (1982)

The Beast Within is a 1982 horror film directed by Philippe Mora and starring Ronny Cox, Bibi Besch, Paul Clemens, L. Q. Jones, Don Gordon, R. G. Armstrong, Katherine Moffat, and Meshach Taylor. The film is a very loose adaptation of Edward Levy's 1981 novel of the same name.

David Lynch: The Art Life (2017)

A rare glimpse into the mind of one of cinema’s most enigmatic visionaries, David Lynch: The Art Life offers an absorbing portrait of the artist, as well as an intimate encounter with the man himself. From his secluded home and painting studio in the Hollywood Hills, a candid Lynch conjures people and places from his past, from his boyhood to his experiences at art school to the beginnings of his filmmaking career—in stories that unfold like scenes from his movies. This remarkable documentary by Jon Nguyen, Rick Barnes, and Olivia Neergaard-Holm travels back to Lynch’s early years as a painter and director drawn to the phantasmagoric, while also illuminating his enduring commitment to what he calls “the art life”: “You drink coffee, you smoke cigarettes, and you paint, and that’s it.”

Embrace: The Documentary (2016)

Embrace is a 2016 Australian documentary film directed by Taryn Brumfitt. It concerns women's body image and is a response to surveys showing that 90% of women are "highly dissatisfied" with their bodies. It includes interviews with Mia Freedman, editor of the Australian Cosmopolitan and television talk-show hosts Amanda de Cadenet and Ricki Lake.

When the Raven Flies (1984)

When the Raven Flies (original Icelandic: Hrafninn flýgur ( pronunciation )) is a 1984 Icelandic-Swedish adventure film written and directed by Hrafn Gunnlaugsson. The story is set in Viking Age Iceland. The film was selected as the Icelandic entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 57th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee. Although mainly a tale of personal revenge, When the Raven Flies bears a clear resemblance to the classic Akira Kurosawa film Yojimbo, sharing common plot events, characters and action sequences. Gunnlaugsson also drew inspiration from the Sagas of Icelanders and aimed to deconstruct the Viking stereotypes, replacing them with more authentic portrayals of the Viking era. When the Raven Flies is the first film of the Raven Trilogy (also known as the Viking Trilogy) that consists of three Viking films: When the Raven Flies (1984, usually known as simply The Raven or Revenge of the Barbarians), In the Shadow of the Raven (1987, original Icelandic title: Í skugga hrafnsins) and Embla (1991, original Icelandic title: Hvíti víkingurinn), which is a director's cut of The White Viking.

The Stuart Hall Project (2013)

The Stuart Hall Project is a 2013 British film written and directed by John Akomfrah centred on cultural theorist Stuart Hall, who is regarded as one of the founding figures of the New Left and a key architect of Cultural Studies in Britain. The film uses a montage of documentary footage together with Hall's own words and thoughts to produce what Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian called "an absorbing account", awarding it four stars and stating that it has "an idealism and high seriousness that people might not immediately associate with the subject Hall pioneered". Sight & Sound magazine's Ashley Clark described it as "a strongly personal work" that "unfolds simultaneously as a tribute to a heroic figure, a study of the emergence of the New Left and its attendant political ideas, and a summation, in thematic and technical terms, of the key characteristics of Akomfrah’s body of work thus far ."

Whispering Corridors (1998)

Whispering Corridors (Hangul: 여고괴담; RR: Yeogogoedam) is a 1998 South Korean horror film. It was part of the explosion in Korean cinema following the liberalization of censorship in the aftermath of the end of the country's military dictatorship, and makes a strong social commentary on authoritarianism and conformity in the harsh South Korean education system. This film is the first installment of the Whispering Corridors film series, and was followed by four sequels (Memento Mori, Wishing Stairs, Voice, and A Blood Pledge), though none of the sequels share a continuing plot or characters with each other.

We Are All Murderers (1952)

We Are All Murderers (French: Nous sommes tous des assassins, also known as Are We All Murderers?) is a 1952 French film written and directed by André Cayatte, a former attorney. It tells the story of René, a young man from the slums, trained by the French Resistance in World War II to kill Germans. He continues to kill long after the war has ended, as it is all he knows. It was entered into the 1952 Cannes Film Festival and won the Special Jury Prize.

Kismet (1955)

With Alexander Borodin's soaring music fashioned by Robert Wright and George Forrest into "Stranger in Paradise," "Baubles, Bangles and Beads" and even more evergreens, Kismet turned the Broadway stage into a glittering, gleaming Arabian Nights' dream. Ideal material, in fact, for the dream factory. To Hollywood and director Vincente Minnelli, Kismet was kismet. This lavish musical follows one fateful, fabulous day as a beggar-poet (Howard Keel) and his daughter (Angg Blyth) cross paths with a wicked wazir, a wily temptress, a handsome prince, a magical curse, opulent sets and exotic adventure. "Princes come, princes go," sings the beggar. Glorious Kismet endures!

All My Loved Ones (1999)

All My Loved Ones (Czech: Všichni moji blízcí) is a 1999 Czech-language film directed by Matej Mináč. It was an international co-production between Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. It was Slovakia's official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination.

Date Bait (1960)

Date Bait is a 1960 American film directed by O'Dale Ireland.

Manufacturing Stoke (2012)

A groundbreaking documentary, Manufacturing Stoke travels across California’s coast, visiting surfing legends and newcomers to explore surfingʼs great paradox: no sport is as linked to nature, yet most materials used are environmentally toxic.

Yuki & Nina (2009)

Faced with the prospect of moving to Japan with her mother after her parents split, a girl (No Sampy) runs away with her best friend (Arielle Moutel).

Hamlet (2009)

Hamlet is a 2009 television film adaptation of the Royal Shakespeare Company's 2008 modern-dress stage production of William Shakespeare's play of the same name, aired on BBC Two on 26 December 2009. It was broadcast by PBS' Great Performances in the United States on 28 April 2010.

The Renegade Ranger (1938)

The Renegade Ranger is a 1938 American film directed by David Howard. It was the first film Tim Holt made for RKO, for whom he would be one of the studio's biggest stars.

First, Last And Deposit (2000)

After her boyfriend loses his job and leaves her, Christine (Sara Wilcox) finds herself unable to provide for herself and her 13-year-old daughter, Tessa (Jessica White). They soon become homeless, and a desperate Christine resorts to exchanging sex for a place to stay, only to find out that she has been duped. Tessa, meanwhile, is embarrassed by their situation and lies to her friends, telling them that she is rich and that Christine is an employee of her family.

Mami Blue (2011)

A young Honduran immigrant runs away from her past and tries to turn her life around by making it to a discotheque.

Champagne (1928)

A spoiled heiress defies her father by running off to marry her lover. But Daddy has a few tricks up his sleeve.

Love Nest (1951)

Love Nest is a 1951 American comedy-drama film directed by Joseph Newman and starring June Haver, William Lundigan, Frank Fay, Marilyn Monroe, and Jack Paar. The post-World War II comedy features an early supporting role for Monroe. It is one of the few films Paar made prior to his television career, and the last film appearance by Fay, who had been a popular stage comedian in 1920s and revived his career starring in the long-running Broadway comedy Harvey. It was also the last appearance by silent star Leatrice Joy. The film borrows its name from the popular old song Love Nest with music by Louis Hirsch and lyrics by Otto A. Harbach. The song is sung by a chorus over the opening credits and was used as a theme song for The Burns and Allen Show on both radio and TV.

Wings Over Honolulu (1937)

Wings over Honolulu is a 1937 film directed by H. C. Potter. The cinematographer Joseph A. Valentine earned a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Cinematography for his work on this military romance, with Wendy Barrie as a young woman who finds it difficult to adjust to the life of a Naval aviator's wife.

Sing Your Song (2012)

Sing Your Song is a 2011 documentary that tells the story of Harry Belafonte. The film recounts his life and legacy, not only as a great entertainer, but as an important activist in the Civil Rights Movement. This inspirational biographical film begins with Belafonte's birth into poverty in Harlem in 1927, and childhood years in Jamaica, sent there by his immigrant mother. Director Susanne Rostock takes the viewer through his discovery of theater and training as an actor as a young man, and on to his career and success as a singer. The film shows not only Belafonte's remarkable success as a singer and actor, but also his true passion for social change. The film outlines some highlights of his entertainment career, but is more focused on how he helped change the world in other ways: marching with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in the civil-rights era; working against apartheid in South Africa; fighting hunger through his instrumental work with USA for Africa; and, most recently, working to combat gang violence through programs with inner-city youth.* In an interview about the film, Belafonte discussed his activism from Civil Rights to poverty in Africa. The film won an award in section "American Docs" on the 2. American Film Festival. At the 2011 Vancouver International Film Festival, Sing Your Song won the Most Popular Nonfiction Film Award, which is based on ballots cast by audiences at the festival. Belafonte presented the film as the Closing Night selection of Maryland Film Festival 2011. The film advanced to the final 15 contenders for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature but was not nominated. On January 10, 2012, REACT to FILM screened Sing Your Song at the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan, N.Y. and moderated a Q&A with Harry Belafonte.

Murder on the 13th Floor (2012)

Ariana (Jordan Ladd) discovers her husband is having an affair with the live-in nanny and decides to seek revenge. One day, the nanny becomes trapped in the condominium with two killers hired to take her out.

A Moment In Time (2013)

A Moment in Time is a 2013 Filipino romantic drama film directed by Emmanuel Quindo Palo and starring Coco Martin and Julia Montes. The film was shot in Amsterdam and other cities such as Paris. The film was produced by Dreamscape Cinema and Star Cinema and released February 13, 2013. This marks Coco Martin and Julia Montes' first film together after their TV series Walang Hanggan.

The Case of the Lucky Legs (1935)

The Case of the Lucky Legs is a 1935 mystery film, the third in a series of Perry Mason films starring Warren William as the famed lawyer.

Was am Ende zählt (2008)

Carla, a runaway with high hopes, and Lucie, a street girl, have a fateful year.

Addio Mimí! (1949)

A seamstress (Marta Eggerth) and her starving-artist lover (Jan Kiepura) endure hardship in a modern adaptation of Giacomo Puccini's "La Boheme."

High Infidelity (1964)

High Infidelity (Italian: Alta infedeltà) is a 1964 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Monicelli, Elio Petri, Franco Rossi and Luciano Salce.

Nadiya Ke Paar (1982)

Nadiya Ke Paar is a 1982 Hindi film directed by Govind Moonis (Dube) and set in Ballia, Uttar Pradesh. It stars Sachin, Sadhana Singh, Inder Thakur, Mitali, Savita Bajaj, Sheela David, Leela Mishra and Soni Rat It was adapted from the first half of the Hindi novel Kohbar Ki Shart, by Keshav Prasad Mishra. The movie is in the local language which is spoken at country side of Uttar Pradesh. It can be considered a mix of Awadhi and Hindi language spoken in parts of Uttar Pradesh.

The World and the Flesh (1932)

The World and the Flesh is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by John Cromwell and written by Oliver H.P. Garrett. The film stars George Bancroft, Miriam Hopkins, Alan Mowbray, George E. Stone, Mitchell Lewis, Max Wagner and Harry Cording. The film was released on April 22, 1932, by Paramount Pictures.

Three (1969)

Two young Americans in Europe--devoted friends--seek to find women and pleasure. Their friendship requires that they reject an Englishwoman to whom they are both deeply attracted. But one young man cannot resist his feelings...

Family Band: The Cowsills Story (2011)

In the 1960s, incredible musical talent helps propel the Cowsill family to the top of the charts, but their meteoric rise ends almost as quickly as it began.

The Mayor Of Hell (1933)

The Mayor of Hell is a 1933 American pre-Code Warner Brothers film starring James Cagney. The film was remade in 1938 as Crime School with Humphrey Bogart taking over James Cagney's role and Hell's Kitchen with Ronald Reagan in 1939.

Lighthouse Hill (2004)

Lighthouse Hill is a 2004 British comedy film directed by David Fairman and starring Jason Flemyng, Kirsty Mitchell and Frank Finlay.

Alice in Wonderland (1915)

Alice in Wonderland is a 1915 American silent dark fantasy adventure film adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic novel, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, directed and written by W. W. Young and starring Viola Savoy as Alice.

Weekend, Italian Style (1965)

L'ombrellone or Weekend, Italian Style is a 1966 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Dino Risi. It was co-produced with Spain and France. The soundtrack is full of Italian Pop songs from the 1960s.

West Point Widow (1941)

West Point Widow is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Robert Siodmak and starring Anne Shirley, Richard Carlson and Richard Denning.

Jennifer on My Mind (1971)

Jennifer on My Mind is a 1971 American black comedy film based on the 1968 novel Heir by Roger L. Simon. It was directed by Noel Black from a screenplay by Erich Segal and stars Michael Brandon and Tippy Walker, as well as Robert De Niro in a minor role. This was one of the many early 1970s films that dealt with addiction following the explosion of recreational drug use in the 1960s.

Anybody's Nightmare (2001)

Anybody's Nightmare is a British television crime drama film, based on the true story of the imprisonment of Sheila Bowler, that broadcast on ITV on 7 October 2001. The film starred Patricia Routledge as Bowler, a 62-year-old music teacher who was wrongly arrested, tried and convicted for the murder of her husband's 89-year-old aunt Florence Jackson in 1993 after she drowned in the River Brede in East Sussex in 1992. The film chronicles the investigation, trial and the subsequent four years of Sheila's sentence in Holloway and Bullwood Prison before her successful appeal in 1998.

Pour la peau d'un flic (1981)

For a Cop's Hide (French: Pour la peau d'un flic) is a 1981 French crime-thriller film starring and directed by Alain Delon. It had admissions of 2,377,084 in France.

Refuge From The Storm (2012)

A spiritually bereft woman (Kristen Quintrall) unknowingly changes the course of others' lives when she learns how to overcome the darkness in her own life.

Personal Effects (2005)

An attorney investigates the disappearance of her younger brother, while helping her new friend rid herself of a stalker.

American Poltergeist 3 (2015)

A paranormal research team fights to survive in one of the nation's most haunted places.

Gifted (2014)

A young man discovers his lust for violence and murder when he is forced to work for a criminal organization after he loses his job.

Wrong Side Raju (2016)

Wrong Side Raju is a 2016 Indian Gujarati thriller drama film directed by Mikhil Musale. Starring Pratik Gandhi, Kimberley Louisa McBeath, and Asif Basra, it is inspired by a hit and run case which happened in Ahmedabad in 2013. The film won National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Gujarati at the 64th National Film Awards.

American Anarchist (2016)

American Anarchist is a 2016 American documentary film written and directed by Charlie Siskel. It premiered out of competition at the 73rd edition of the Venice Film Festival. It deals with the story of the 1971 book The Anarchist Cookbook and of its author, William Powell.

Best Fake Friends (2016)

A lonely and naive housewife is tested to the breaking point after she gets swept into the world of alpha moms.

Love You Like Christmas (2016)

A high-powered executive reconsiders her priorities when car trouble leads her to Christmas Valley, a town in love with Christmas.

Operation Christmas (2016)

A single mother is determined not to let her boyfriend's deployment ruin her Christmas. She and her children decide to give back to other struggling military families on base.

Stray (2015)

A killer decides to settle down and start a family in a small town, and when she finds the right guy, he will help her out whether he wants to or not.

Cinema Novo (2016)

Cinema Novo is a film essay that poetically investigates the eponymous Brazilian film movement, the most prominent in Latin America in the past century, through the analysis of its main auteurs: Nelson Pereira do Santos, Glauber Rocha, Leon Hirszman, Joaquim Pedro de Andrade, Ruy Guerra, Caca Diegue, Walter Lima Jr, Paulo Cesar Saraceni, among others.

Emperor (2021)

A young woman seeks vengeance when her father is killed by the holy roman Emperor Charles V (Adrien Brody).

A Town Called Panic: Double Fun (2016)

Three plasticine toys embark on increasingly surreal and freewheeling adventures.

Mommy's Box (2016)

Nick (Johnny Greenlaw), a music producer in New York City, is dealing with his own demons and chemical dependency when he gets the news of his mentally unstable mother's death. He returns to Long Island for the wake, where family secrets are revealed, forcing him to confront the lingering influence of his mother even after her death. Back home, Nick finds a new love and a sense of spirituality he never believed in.

Wizard Mode (2016)

In the game of pinball, there is no greater reward than Wizard Mode – a hidden level that is only unlocked when a player completes a series of lightning-speed challenges. Robert Gagno has dedicated most of his life to mastering Wizard Mode, and is now one of the top pinball players in the world. He also happens to have autism. Refusing to believe their son was locked into a limited future, his parents supported his love of pinball as he practiced non-stop, developing an exceptional talent for the game. But now Robert’s real challenge lies outside the game on his journey to shed his youth and gain independence. Wizard Mode is a candid personal perspective on autism through the life of one of the world’s greatest pinball players. The film follows Robert as he seeks to balance his quest to become a world pinball champion and his growing real world responsibilities, culminating at the largest pinball tournament in the world, Pinburgh, in Pittsburgh, PA.

Nestor (2014)

A man has to survive on his own after he wakes up in an abandoned village.

Trollz (2016)

Fenn the Troll hates the Troll pastime of pranking, and is teased so much for it that he runs away. But when a long-suffering park ranger starts capturing the other Trolls, it’s up to Fenn to rescue his family and friends - without pranking.

Ó Pai, Ó: Look at This (2007)

Ó Paí, Ó (colloquial form of "Olhe Para Isso, Olhe", translated as Look At This, Look) is a 2007 Brazilian drama film directed by Monique Gardenberg. It tells the story of cortiço residents in Pelourinho, the historical center of Salvador, Bahia on the last day of carnaval. Lacking money but not desire for amusement, they get by on creativity, irony, sensuality, and music. The film inspired a TV series, also named Ó Paí, Ó, broadcast on Rede Globo. The 10-episode show premiered on October 31, 2008, and also stars Lázaro Ramos.

Dance Dance (1987)

Dance Dance (Hindi: डांस डांस) is an Indian Bollywood movie released on 29 May 1987, directed and produced by Babbar Subhash. The film is a musical and stars Mithun Chakraborty, Smita Patil and Mandakini in lead roles. It also stars Amrish Puri, Shakti Kapoor and Om Shivpuri in supporting roles. It is about brother and sister, who try to find success and become to big singers. Several scenes follow very closely those from the film Fast Forward directed by Sidney Poitier.

Malandro (1986)

A young delinquent survives on the streets until a policewoman that has not been able to find a romantic partner crosses his path.

3 Days with Dad (2019)

The last thing Eddie Mills wants to do is go home to deal with his dying Dad. But the Catholic guilt gnaws at him, and he returns home to his crazy family, an overbearing step-mother, and his bear of a father. Once there, Eddie is confronted with the revelation that he himself is a father which forces him to deal with the past he has always avoided.

Bandit Ranger (1942)

Bandit Ranger is a 1942 Western film. It was the first of six Westerns produced starring Tim Holt between 11 May and 17 July 1942 caused by Holt's impending induction into the Air Corps.

The Flesh Is Weak (1957)

The Flesh Is Weak is a 1957 British film directed by Don Chaffey. It stars John Derek and Milly Vitale.Distributors Corporation of America released the film in the US as a double feature with Blonde in Bondage.

Sandy Gets Her Man (1940)

Sandy Gets Her Man is a 1940 American comedy film directed by Otis Garrett and Paul Gerard Smith and written by Sy Bartlett and Jane Storm. The film stars Baby Sandy, Stuart Erwin, Una Merkel, Edgar Kennedy, William Frawley, Edward Brophy, Wally Vernon, Jack Carson and William B. Davidson. The film was released on November 8, 1940, by Universal Pictures.

The Wizard of Baghdad (1960)

The Wizard of Baghdad is a 1961 American comedy/fantasy film directed by George Sherman. Released by 20th Century Fox, the film stars Dick Shawn and Diane Baker.

The Scarlet Letter (1973)

The Scarlet Letter (German: Der Scharlachrote Buchstabe) is a 1973 German film directed by Wim Wenders. It is an adaptation of the Nathaniel Hawthorne novel The Scarlet Letter. The film stars Senta Berger as Hester Prynne, Hans Christian Blech as Roger Chillingworth, and Lou Castel as Rev. Dimmesdale.

The Bermuda Triangle (1979)

Director Richard Friedenberg examines the mysterious disappearance of ships and planes off the southeastern coast of Florida. Brad Crandall narrates.

The Ice Flood (1926)

The Ice Flood is a 1926 American silent northwoods drama film produced and distributed by Universal Pictures. It was directed by George Seitz and starred Kenneth Harlan and Viola Dana. A complete, though poor quality copy, exists and has been distributed by the Grapevine company in Arizona.This film is also held by the Library of Congress.

Ghoul School (1990)

A lab experiment transforms high-school students into flesh-craving zombies with an appetite for more than learning.

Massacre Canyon (1954)

A cavalry officer and two of his men set out to make sure that a shipment of guns safely reaches its destination.

A Time for Killing (1967)

A Time for Killing is a 1967 Western Pathécolor Panavision film started by Roger Corman but finished by Phil Karlson, and starring Glenn Ford, George Hamilton, Inger Stevens and Harrison Ford (credited as Harrison J. Ford) in his first (credited) film role. The film was Glenn Ford's one hundredth.

Beyond the Road (2011)

Santiago takes a boat to Montevieo to claim land left to him by his parents and he meets Juliette along the way. Both of them are running from the past and discover that staying together may be their future.

Family Pack (2001)

Family Pack or Que faisaient les femmes pendant que l'homme marchait sur la lune? is a 2001 French-Belgium drama film, directed by Chris Vander Stappen.

Jimmy Tupper vs. The Goatman of Bowie (2010)

Jimmy Tupper is a waste of space. One night his friends leave him in the woods while he is passed out drunk. When he emerges he claims to have seen a monster, the famed "Goatman" of Bowie. He heads back to capture footage of the elusive creature.

Bumboo (2012)

Bumboo is a 2012 Bollywood comedy film directed by Jagdish Rajpurohit. Bumboo is based on an original play/film L'emmerdeur written by Francis Veber. The film stars Sharat Saxena, Sanjay Mishra, Kavin Dave and Mandy Takhar in lead roles and was released on 30 March 2012.

Zipper: Coney Island's Last Wild Ride (2013)

A real-estate mogul grabs up the rented lot of a small-time operator of a carnival ride.

Hitchhike to Hell (1941)

A pimp (Julian Harris) whose prostitutes work the highway schemes to take control of a moralistic saloon owner's (Charles Maurice) roadside cabins.

The Avenging Rider (1943)

The Avenging Rider is a 1943 Western film. The story was bought in December 1941 as a vehicle for Holt.

The Hollywood Gad-About (1934)

James Cagney, Gary Cooper and other Hollywood notables take part in the Screen Actors Guild's Film Stars Frolic, held at Los Angeles' Gilmore Stadium in May 1934.

All the Love You Cannes! (2002)

In this critically-acclaimed "edu-mentary", legendary director Lloyd Kaufman and the Troma Team show the trials and tribulations of representing truly independent cinema at the Cannes Film Festival.

Midget Zombie Takeover (2013)

Residents of a town try to survive a zombie outbreak.

State's Attorney (1932)

“I’m not looking at your legs, madam,” says D.A. Tom Cardigan to the glamorous accused killer on the witness stand. “I’m looking at your soul!” In State’s Attorney, John Barrymore dazzles courtroom audiences and movie audiences alike as Cardigan, a mob-mouthpiece-turned-principled prosecutor. Although he’s tangled up with booze, shady characters, a bad girl who’s good for him (Helen Twelvetrees) and a good girl who’s bad for him (Jill Esmond, at the time Mrs. Laurence Olivier), Tom makes a success of his new career and appears headed for the governor’s mansion. Then the cops nab Tom’s former boss on a murder rap, and Tom prosecutes, knowing the mobster may spill a secret that will destroy Tom’s future. David O. Selznick is executive producer of this fast-paced thriller highlighted by sharp dialogue, courtroom pyrotechnics and Barrymore’s transfixing talent.

He's On My Mind (2009)

A jilted woman gains the power to read men's thoughts and tries to figure out why they cheat.

Confession (2015)

Confession is a 2015 South Korean film starring Kim Young-ho, Yoon In-jo and Choi Cheol-ho. The mystery film, directed by Jung Young-bae, is about a man who tries to uncover the truth about his past.

The Bachelor Party (2011)

As a man (Lamman Rucker) prepares to marry the woman of his dreams, an evening of fun and frolic with his friends turns bitter as tempers flare.

Jim Gaffigan: King Baby (2009)

The greatly anticipated follow-up to the platinum-selling "Beyond the Pale." In this Austin performance that capped off his sold-out 2008 stand-up tour, Gaffigan does not let the audience catch their breath. This all-new show proves no other comedian working today can romaticize laziness and overindulgence like Jim Gaffigan.

Midnight Son (2011)

Midnight Son is a 2011 vampire horror film written and directed by Scott Leberecht, produced by Matt Compton, and starring Zak Kilberg. A trailer was released late October 2010.

Basket Case 2 (1990)

Basket Case 2 is a 1990 American comedy horror film written and directed by Frank Henenlotter. It was released on DVD by Synapse Films in October 2007. The film spawned a sequel, Basket Case 3: The Progeny, released in 1991.

Cop (1988)

Cop is a 1988 film starring James Woods and Lesley Ann Warren. It is based on the book Blood on the Moon by James Ellroy. The screenplay was written by James B. Harris, who also directs. Harris and Woods co-produced the film.

Strange Intruder (1956)

Strange Intruder is a 1956 drama film directed by Irving Rapper and starring Edmund Purdom and Ida Lupino.

Good Guys Wear Black (1978)

Good Guys Wear Black is a 1978 American action film starring Chuck Norris and directed by Ted Post. This was the second film to feature Norris as the star. The film featured a first screen appearance by Norris' brother Aaron Norris and final appearances by Lloyd Haynes, Dana Andrews, and Jim Backus.

Paris Underground (1945)

Paris Underground, also known as Madame Pimpernel (1945) is a film directed by Gregory Ratoff, and based on the book by Etta Shiber. The film stars Constance Bennett and Gracie Fields as an American and an Englishwoman trapped in Paris when Nazi Germany invades in 1940, who rescue British airmen shot down in France and help them escape across the English Channel. The film was nominated for Academy Award for Best Original Score for Alexandre Tansman's score (one of 21 nominations that year).

Dreams on Spec (2007)

Dreams on Spec is a 2007 American documentary film that profiles the struggles and triumphs of emerging Hollywood screenwriters. It was written and directed by Daniel J. Snyder, who learned first-hand about the screenwriter's travails in the late 1980s when he was a teenager working alongside aspiring writer/directors Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avary in the famed Video Archives video store in Manhattan Beach, California.

Camp Victory, Afghanistan (2010)

Filmmaker Carol Dysinger observes American National Guardsmen's attempts to train Afghan troops and strengthen an American-Afghan alliance.

Camp 139 (2013)

A militant killing machine stalks stoned friends on a camping trip and lures them to an abandoned Army hospital.

Ladies They Talk About (1933)

Ladies They Talk About is a 1933 pre-Code American crime drama directed by Howard Bretherton and William Keighley, and starring Barbara Stanwyck, Preston Foster, and Lyle Talbot as a gangster named Don, whom Nan was involved with.. Based on the play Women in Prison by Dorothy Mackaye and Carlton Miles, the film is about an attractive woman who is a member of a bank-robbery gang.

Hercules in the Haunted World (1961)

Hercules in the Haunted World (Italian: Ercole al centro della terra, lit. "Hercules at the center of the Earth") is a 1961 Italian sword-and-sandal film directed by Mario Bava. British bodybuilder Reg Park plays Hercules while British actor Christopher Lee appears as Hercules' nemesis Lico. Shooting at Cinecittà, director Mario Bava used some of the same sets from the earlier Hercules and the Conquest of Atlantis which had already starred Reg Park.

The Three Stooges Meet Hercules (1962)

The Three Stooges Meet Hercules is the third feature film to star the Three Stooges after their 1959 resurgence in popularity. By this time, the trio consisted of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Joe DeRita (dubbed "Curly Joe"). Released by Columbia Pictures, The Three Stooges Meet Hercules was directed by long-time Stooge director Edward Bernds. This was the most financially successful of the Stooges' feature films.