The Living Dead (1934)

A pathologist (George Curzon) stumps a Scotland Yard inspector (Gerald du Maurier) with a suspended-animation insurance scam.

Near Myth: The Oskar Knight Story (2016)

A documentary about one of the greatest directors.

Avenging Warriors (1978)

Martial-arts masters embark on a life-and-death rescue mission.

Out of Tune (2008)

A group of friends come of age during the 1960s and help form the Bossa Nova musical movement.

Los Náufragos del Liguria (1983)

A legendary ship sinks after a fire destroyed it and the survivors manage to make it to a deserted island.

The Parson of Panamint (1941)

A prospector (Charlie Ruggles) remembers when a ghost town was a boomtown and a tough minister (Phillip Terry) was its guide.

The Black Tent (1957)

An Englishman (Donald Sinden) learns his army brother (Anthony Steel) married a Bedouin (Anna-Maria Sandri) and fought the Nazis as a guerrilla.

Twilight on the Rio Grande (1947)

Gene (Gene Autry) is in Mexico with his friends Dusty (Bob Steele) and Pokie (Sterling Holloway) when a chance encounter with a group of thieves ends with Dusty being killed. Determined to avenge their friend's death, Gene and Pokie head to the nearest town in the hope of getting more information about the outlaws. After meeting a brazen singer, Elena Del Rio (Adele Mara), whose father was murdered by a band of jewel thieves, Gene and Pokie realize they may all be chasing the same people.

High Flyers (1937)

Two carnival con men posing as pilots are selected to provide the getaway for a gang of jewel thieves.

Confessionsofa Ex-Doofus-ItchyFooted Mutha (2008)

An adventurous lad (Melvin Van Peebles) begins a lifelong journey that takes him from Chicago to Harlem to the high seas.

Poda Podi (2012)

An artist marries an aspiring dancer and impregnates her so she doesn't continue her career.

Rock'n Roll Never Dies (2006)

A young man (Samuli Edelmann) tries to attain music stardom without compromising his values. When his town's factory is threatened with closure, he discovers that the owner is his musical idol.

Bomb at 10:10 (1967)

A U.S. pilot (George Montgomery) escapes from a German prison camp in the Balkans and plots to kill its commandant.

Dragon Squad (1974)

The only surviving member of an escort party attempts to recover a case of stolen gold. He's accompanied by a con man and a drunkard.

Zorro Rides Again (1959)

The masked avenger (John Carroll) makes the West safe for a railroad.

The Mandarin Mystery (1936)

When the possession of a priceless postage stamp becomes the motive for murder, Ellery Queen is summoned to investigate.

The Night Runner (1957)

A mental patient on leave from an asylum explodes in a psychopathic rage over a remark made by his girlfriend's father.

Samson in the Wax Museum (1963)

A masked hero battles a mad scientist who plans to transform humans into monsters and display them in his museum.

She (1965)

A beautiful immortal queen (Ursula Andress) mistakes an English adventurer (John Richardson) for her lover and lures him to a lost city.

Hell's Belles (1969)

When biker Dan (Jeremy Slate) wins a motorcycle race, he wants to sell the bike he receives as a prize and use the cash to buy a ranch. But the bike is stolen by Tony (Michael Walker) and finds its way into the hands of Tampa (Adam Roarke), so Dan goes on a quest for revenge. He tracks down Tampa and his gang and uses a variety of tools to neutralize them, all in pursuit of his prized motorcycle. Dan's worried girlfriend, Cathy (Jocelyn Lane), tags along for the violent ride.

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (1996)

A farmer (Toby Stephens) becomes increasingly attracted to a woman (Tara Fitzgerald) who wants to leave her alcoholic husband (Rupert Graves).

Potta Potti (2011)

Kodaivannan and Kolaivannan play dirty tricks to try to win a cricket match.

Osman Pazarlama (2016)

Osman wants to get rich to prove to his beloved's father that he is worthy of her.

Slogan (1969)

A successful adman (Serge Gainsbourg) cheats on his pregnant wife with an attractive British woman (Jane Birkin).

Blondie Takes a Vacation (1939)

Blondie (Penny Singleton), Dagwood (Arthur Lake), Baby Dumpling (Larry Simms) and Daisy help an elderly couple save their mountain resort.

Little City (1997)

A painter (Josh Charles), a bartender (Penelope Ann Miller), a womanizer (Jon Bon Jovi), a lesbian and other San Francisco singles seek true love.

Crack, Back and Sack (2013)

Two pickup artists (Herbert Nordrum, Anders Rydning) teach their new roommate (Ole Christoffer Ertvaag) how to be the kind of guy that women find irresistible.

Murder Will Out (1952)

Scotland Yard is investigating the mysterious death of an office secretary and has come up with several prime suspects, including young writer Hugh Allen (Edward Underdown) and the famously bitter author Jonathan Roche (James Robertson Justice). None of the men can prove where they were on the night of the murder, so the police monitor their movements. When Hugh falls in love with Jonathan's wife, Alycia (Valerie Hobson), the relationship threatens to destroy them all.

The Spy With a Cold Nose (1966)

A British spy (Lionel Jeffries) plants a bugging device on a bulldog officially presented to the Soviet premier.

Survival on the Mountain (1997)

A hiker (Markie Post) must save herself and her injured husband (Dennis Boutsikaris) when avalanches and a freak blizzard trap them in the Himalayas.

The Last Bus (2011)

The animals of the forest board a small bus and flee to safety. When hunters stop the bus in the middle of the night, its passengers reveal their true natures.

Lost in the Living (2015)

A young man travels to Berlin with a band to escape from a troubled life.

Who's Your Caddy? (2007)

Superstar rap mogul C-Note (Antwan "Big Boi" Patton) wants to join the Carolina Pines Golf & Country Club, but faces stiff opposition from the establishment's snooty members. C-Note forces the issue by purchasing the land adjacent to the golf course's 17th hole. As the club leaders search for a way to revoke his membership, C-Note realizes his family's honor and golf history are at stake, and digs in for the fight of his life.

Little Nothings (1991)

The new CEO of a department store implements bizarre new activities to improve morale and create company spirit.

The Lovers (2014)

An impossible love blooms across two time periods and continents.

Prime Suspect: Inner Circles (1995)

Jane Tennison (Helen Mirren) links a businessman's murder to the local municipal government.

The Price of Kissing (1997)

Best friends (Pauley P., Leon) pursue personal relationships as they await career developments in the arts.

Great God Gold (1935)

A reporter (Regis Toomey) and a victim's daughter (Martha Sleeper) expose a financier (Sidney Blackmer) fronting for crooked lawyers.

The Road to Reno (1938)

A cowboy finds himself competing to keep his wife from getting a divorce.

The Devil Horse (1932)

The brother of a murdered forest ranger vows revenge. A feature-length version of the 12-chapter serial.

The Gamma People (1956)

Two newsmen (Paul Douglas, Leslie Phillips) land in an East bloc country whose dictator is creating geniuses by trial and error.

Dhund (1973)

A women kills her husband with the help of a stranger, leaving an innocent man to be arrested.

Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's (1997)

Filmmakers Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini chronicle the exclusive Los Angeles restaurant from 1936 to 1995.

The Mole People (1956)

Scientists (John Agar, Hugh Beaumont) find a lost underground city of pale people and mutant slaves.

Carlo Goldoni: Venice Grand Theatre of the World (2007)

Goldoni uses comedy in the 1700s to show the true face of the bourgeois.

Jil Jung Juk (2016)

Three drug-smugglers, tasked with transporting a car coated with cocaine paint, get drunk and mistakenly drive off in a similar-looking vehicle.

Alpha and Omega: The Legend of the Saw Tooth Cave (2014)

When Runt sneaks off to explore a haunted cave, he finds a wolf who has been driven from her pack and tries to help her.

Upstairs and Downstairs (1961)

British newlyweds (Michael Craig, Anne Heywood) discover hiring suitable servants is harder than they think.

Mad Couple 2 (2014)

Distraught over her best friend's decision to leave their village and become a doctor, a pregnant girl commits a shocking act.

Matters Arising (2014)

When a thrift collector completely disregards his marriage and family responsibilities by chasing after a young vixen, his wife aims to make him pay.

The Conquering Power (1921)

When the father of Charles Grandet (Rudolph Valentino) dies, the handsome young man stands to inherit a fortune. Taken in by his scheming uncle, Monsieur Grandet (Ralph Lewis), Charles develops feelings for his cousin, Eugenie (Alice Terry), the daughter of the increasingly erratic miser. After he forbids Charles and Eugenie's romance, Grandet becomes progressively more violent and abusive, with surprising revelations and tragedy following in the wake of his shocking actions.

We Are the Best! (2013)

Three rebellious teenagers (Mira Barkhammar, Mira Grosin, Liv LeMoyne) form an all-girl punk band in 1980s Stockholm.

Case of the Black Parrot (1941)

A newsman (William Lundigan) and cameraman (Eddie Foy Jr.) tie shipboard foul play to a global criminal.

Hourglass (2007)

Andreas Sam, a young writer, searches for his roots and the memory of the father he lost in World War II. As he roams the labyrinth of the past, he faces new questions instead of finding any answers.

Hornblower: The Even Chance (1998)

Young Hornblower (Ioan Gruffudd) joins the British navy and encounters a bully who challenges him to a duel.

Get Out and Get Under (1920)

Car trouble and more prove significant obstacles to an actor (Harold Lloyd) who will lose his part to a rival if he fails to make it to the theater on time.

Rodencia and the Princess Tooth (2012)

A small mouse (Hernán Bravo) must defend the kingdom of Rodencia from an invading army of rats.

Shadows on the Stairs (1941)

After a string of murders is discovered, the occupants of a boarding house in London become suspects in the crimes.

In Our Time (1944)

During a visit to Warsaw, antiques dealer Jennifer Whittredge (Ida Lupino) meets Polish Count Stephan Orvid (Paul Henreid). They quickly fall in love and, when he proposes marriage, Jennifer pays a visit to the count's very traditional family. The aristocrats don't approve of the the pair's relationship, but Jennifer's cheerful spirit and can-do attitude are infectious. When Nazi forces arrive in Poland, the family bands together, and all class distinctions are quickly cast aside.

A Short Film About the Indio Nacional (2005)

The lives of three people change during and after the 1986 Philippine revolt.

Shanghai Dreams (2005)

Despite the happiness of his wife (Tang Yang) and his two children, a man wants to move his family back to Shanghai, China.

Too Much Speed (1921)

Egotistical race car driver Dusty Rhoades learns humility is more important than fame.

It's Tough to Be Famous (1932)

Naval captain Scott McClenahan (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) is on a doomed submarine, and he and his mates seem to be facing certain death. He sends them to the surface and sacrifices himself only to be saved at the last minute. McClenahan becomes an instant celebrity for his heroics, and hordes of admirers and lavish parties enter his life. McClenahan never wanted this fame, merely wishing to live a happy life with new wife, Janet (Mary Brian) -- but the media frenzy could ruin their domestic bliss.

Bajo Juárez: The City Devouring Its Daughters (2006)

Hundreds of women are sexually abused and murdered in an industrial town along the border. As the body count rises, a web of corruption reaching the highest levels of society unfolds.

The Murri Affair (1975)

After a man's murder in circa-1900 Italy, weak evidence holds his rich wife (Catherine Deneuve), her brother (Giancarlo Giannini) and her lover for the crime.

Ça rend heureux (2006)

A director tries to make a movie but is unable to find any backers. He turns to unemployed actors and technicians with passion for their craft to get his project completed.

Darby's Rangers (1958)

Stationed in Scotland, Maj. William Darby (James Garner) and the men under his command are trained by British commandos, becoming the U.S. Army's 1st Ranger Battalion. Their drilling period is rigorous, but the men find time to romance local women before being deployed to fight the Nazis. U.S. forces battle from French North Africa to Italy, but when a surprise attack decimates the 1st and 3rd Battalions at the Battle of Cisterna, Darby and the 4th Battalion must come to their aid.

Promise (2008)

Jesse tries to rescue his girlfriend from a cult.

Love and Music (1971)

This documentary captures the three-day Holland Pop Festival held in the summer of 1970. In a festival similar to that of Woodstock in the United States, Holland Pop boasted some of the top acts of the day, including Pink Floyd, Jefferson Airplane, Santana and Dr. John. Additionally, numerous Dutch bands of the era, including Ekseption and C.C.C. Inc., are featured in the movie. Musicians play despite bad weather and lightning, espousing their political opinions between songs.

Black Devil Doll From Hell (1984)

An evil doll takes possession of a woman.

Hornblower: The Examination for Lieutenant (1998)

As Hornblower (Ioan Gruffudd) studies for his exam, he and his fellow officers must stop a Spanish "fire ship" from destroying the British fleet.

To Sleep With a Vampire (1992)

An unhappy vampire (Scott Valentine) picks up a suicidal stripper (Charlie Spradling) and brings her back to his apartment.

Falling for You (1933)

Husband and wife reporters try to outsmart each other for a big scoop when the archduke's fiancee disappears.

Fish Don't Blink (2002)

A couple on the run from the mob soon regret their decision to seek shelter at a dysfunctional family's rundown eatery.

The All Together (2007)

Two gangsters invade the home of a London artist (Velibor Topic) while his roommate (Martin Freeman) is away.

High Stakes (1931)

A schemer (Mae Murray) marries a man (Edward Martindel) for his money, but his brother blows the whistle.

Great Jasper (1933)

An amorous Irish motorman (Richard Dix) inherits a palm reader's (Edna May Oliver) business in Atlantic City.

The Railrodder (1965)

Buster takes a cross-country trip across Canada.

Arizona Terrors (1941)

A cowboy (Don "Red" Barry) and his partner (Al St. John) save ranchers from a crook and his bogus Spanish land grant.

Under California: The Limit of Time (1999)

Damian (Damin Alczar) is a married artist living in Los Angeles with his wife (Claudette Maille). After Damian accidentally hits a woman with his car and flees the scene, he seeks atonement and travels alone to Mexico, both to find peace and to reconnect with his family roots. Assisted by local guide Arce (Jess Ochoa), Damian locates his grandmother's resting place and searches for redemption through a long trek in the arid wilderness of his ancestral land.

Beck: The Ad Man (2001)

Beck believes that a rapist-killer is snaring his victims by advertising an item for sale.

The Suicide Note (2016)

A psychology student (Kirby Bliss Blanton) investigates the death of her roommate after the woman jumps from a roof and leaves a suicide note.

Reckless Behavior: Caught on Tape (2007)

A scandalous videotape threatens an engaged teacher's job and family.

Rollin' Plains (1938)

A singing cowboy investigates a murder and tries to end a violent feud between sheepherders and cattle ranchers.

Where Are My Children? (1916)

A district attorney (Tyrone Power) makes a shocking discovery about his wife (Helen Riaume) while prosecuting an abortionist.

Operation Delta Force (1997)

A team of highly trained military commandos springs into action when terrorists steal a deadly virus and its antidote.

Bulldog Edition (1936)

The circulation manager (Ray Walker) of a paper fights the managing editor (Regis Toomey) over business and a stenographer (Evalyn Knapp).

The Silver Cord (1933)

A clinging mother (Laura Hope Crews) tries to divide one son (Joel McCrea) from his wife (Irene Dunne) and another son from his girlfriend.

Rescue Rabbit (2016)

Nano and Lily turn to Rappel the Rabbit to navigate a maze and stop a mysterious illness.

Unexpected Uncle (1941)

A lingerie salesgirl's (Anne Shirley) supposed uncle (Charles Coburn) guides her romance with a tycoon (James Craig).

The Game Done Changed (2014)

Three brothers and a childhood friend search for fame, fortune and an escape from poverty.

In His Steps (1936)

After eloping, a couple work to learn the true values of marriage, working and living.

The Wrong Girl (2015)

A teen's (Sarah Grey) budding friendship with a new student takes a sinister turn when the girl starts to disrupt the lives of her family.

The Assault (2014)

A cheerleader fights for justice after members of the high-school football team sexually assault her.

Saul and David (1964)

In biblical days, a wounded warrior implores his former enemy to fulfill his mission of saving Israel from Philistine tyranny.

The Adventures of Pepper & Paula (2015)

Paula, a world champion gunslinger working for a Wild West show, has a terrible car accident and loses everything. With help from Pepper, a dog she rescued, she recovers and wins her old job back.

Off the Grid (2014)

A retired FBI agent gets back together with his former partner to stop a child trafficking circuit.

Hearts of Humanity (1932)

An antique dealer on New York's Lower East Side adopts the wayward son of a murdered policeman-friend.

Two Senoritas From Chicago (1943)

A woman causes mayhem when she sells a discarded script to a New York producer without consent of the actual writers.

Back to Even (1998)

A bookie friend (Michael Par) blackmails a printer (Lorenzo Lamas) into helping with a counterfeiting operation.