Telefon (1977)

Telefon is a 1978 spy film starring Charles Bronson, Donald Pleasence and Lee Remick. It was directed by Don Siegel. The film is based on a 1975 novel about mind control by Walter Wager.

Offspring (2009)

THEY HUNT IN PACKS. THEY FEED ON FLESH. THEY PREY ON INNOCENCE. Back with a vengeance and an insatiable appetite for human flesh...THEIR TIME HAS COME AGAIN. Based on the acclaimed novel and adapted for the screen by best-selling author Jack Ketchum, OFFSPRING follows the survivors of a brutal flesh-eating clan that has resurfaced in the once sleepy town of Dead River, Maine. The locals are in for a rude awakening when they realize it's the same pack that the sheriff thought he'd killed off a decade ago. Just when they thought the nightmare was over, they’re about to discover that the fight for their lives has only just begun.

Murphy's War (1971)

For the novel by Gary Paulsen, see Murphy's War (novel) Murphy's War is an Eastmancolor 1971 Panavision war film starring Peter O'Toole and Siân Phillips. It was directed by Peter Yates, based on a novel by Max Catto. The cinematography was by Douglas Slocombe. Murphy's War set in South America, in the backwaters of the global conflict, pits a stubborn, driven survivor of a sunken ship who seeks retribution for both himself and his fallen comrades. In a battle of wits with a German submarine commander, the survivor realizes he must make the ultimate sacrifice.

Susan Slade (1961)

Susan Slade is a 1961 American Technicolor drama film released by Warner Bros., about a well-to-do teenage girl who secretly has a baby out of wedlock. The film was directed by Delmer Daves and stars Troy Donahue and Connie Stevens. The screenplay was based upon the 1961 novel The Sin of Susan Slade by Doris Hume.

Finding Mrs. Claus (2012)

Santa Claus (Will Sasso) travels to Las Vegas when his wife (Mira Sorvino) goes there to help a little girl and her mother (Laura Vandervoort).

Beverly Hills Cop II (1987)

Axel Foley returns to Beverly Hills to help Taggart and Rosewood investigate Chief Bogamil's near-fatal shooting and the series of "alphabet crimes" associated with it.

Paranormal Activity 3 (2011)

Paranormal Activity 3 is a 2011 American found footage supernatural horror film, directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. It is the third (chronologically, the first) installment of the Paranormal Activity series and serves as a prequel, mostly set 18 years prior to the events of the first two films. It was released in theaters on October 21, 2011. Paranormal Activity 3 was also Joost and Schulman's first horror film. The film broke financial records upon release, setting a new record for a midnight opening for a horror film ($8 million) and the best opening day for a horror film in the United States ($26.2 million).

The Leopard Man (1943)

The Leopard Man is a 1943 horror film directed by Jacques Tourneur based on the book Black Alibi by Cornell Woolrich. It is one of the first American films to attempt an even remotely realistic portrayal of a serial killer (although that term was yet to be used).

Ugly Benny (2014)

Found on the doorstep of a pet store, a disheveled puppy grows to be a smart, cute dog that everyone adores.

Broken Lance (1954)

Broken Lance is a 1954 Western film made by Twentieth Century-Fox, directed by Edward Dmytryk and produced by Sol C. Siegel. The movie stars Spencer Tracy and features Robert Wagner, Jean Peters and Richard Widmark. Shot in DeLuxe Color and CinemaScope, the film is a remake of House of Strangers (1949) with the Phillip Yordan screenplay (based upon a novel by Jerome Weidman called I'll Never Go Home Any More), transplanted out west, featuring Tracy in the original Edward G. Robinson role, this time as a cowboy cattle baron rather than a Lower East Side Italian immigrant banker in New York City.

Lost & Found (1999)

His romantic life has gone to the dogs! Comic David Spade (TV's Just Shoot Me, Joe Dirt) stars in this romantic comedy about a restaurant owner who falls in love with his too-busy-for-a-relationship neighbor. Unable to win her over in the traditional manner, he kidnaps her beloved dog and then volunteers to help find him, all the while hoping to gain her gratitude and a date. Co-starring Sophie Marceau (Anna Karenina, The World Is not Enough) and Emmy and Golden Globe-nominee Martin Sheen (TV's The West Wing, The American President).

Left Behind III: World at War (2005)

Left Behind: World at War is a 2005 American apocalyptic Christian thriller film and the third in the series of films based on the Left Behind book series. It was directed by Craig R. Baxley and produced by Cloud Ten Pictures. The film premiered in churches on October 21, 2005, before its release on DVD and VHS on October 25, 2005. It was based primarily on the last fifty pages of the novel Tribulation Force and is currently the concluding film in the Left Behind film series, as a new adaption of the first book was made and released on October 3, 2014.

Nana (1955)

Nana or Nanà is a French-Italian film by Christian-Jaque starring Charles Boyer. It is an adaptation of Émile Zola's novel Nana.

Zombie Dearest (2009)

A failed comic (David Kemker) digs up a zombie (David Sparrow) to help him do odd jobs around the farmhouse he is restoring.

The Private Public (2001)

Two student filmmakers (David Burns, Jason Rush) cause controversy when their documentary threatens to expose a professor's scandalous secret.

Gutter King (2010)

A juvenile delinquent becomes an underground fighter.

Exit No. 6 (2006)

Van Dine (Eddie Peng) investigates mysterious events with his buddies.

Tous Au Larzac (2011)

French farming families unite to stop the French government from taking their land to expand a military base.

Love on the Ground (1984)

Love on the Ground (French: L'Amour par terre) is a 1984 French film directed by Jacques Rivette. The film stars Jane Birkin, Geraldine Chaplin, André Dussollier and Jean-Pierre Kalfon. It was released in France on 17 October 1984.

Cold Creepy Feeling (2010)

A demonic presence torments a young couple (Lisa Younger, Jared Vandenberg) in their new home.

Who Killed Gail Preston? (1938)

Who Killed Gail Preston? is a 1938 American crime film, directed by Leon Barsha. It stars Don Terry, Rita Hayworth, and Robert Paige.

Why Girls Leave Home (1945)

Why Girls Leave Home is a 1945 American drama film directed by William Berke, wrote by Fanya Foss and Bradford Ropes, and starring Lola Lane, Sheldon Leonard and Pamela Blake. The film's composer, Walter Greene, was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Score in 1945. Also Jay Livingston and Ray Evans was nominated for Academy Award for Best Original Song for "The Cat and the Canary".

Seamonsters (2011)

The friendship between two teenage boys becomes irrevocably changed when a new girl arrives in their quiet seaside town.

Cocaine Conspiracy (2016)

A retired Secret Service agent is called back into action upon the kidnapping of his family. He has to use all of the skills he learned as a special forces soldier to track down his family and take out pimps and drug dealers along the way.

Porches and Private Eyes (2016)

Three women become amateur detectives after a boy goes missing.

Learning to See: The World of Insects (2016)

The loss of habitat and its impact on the insect world, in many cases causing mass extinction.

Craving Cuba (2016)

An exploration of the Cuban-American bicultural identity.

Die Frau meiner Träume (1944)

The Woman of My Dreams (German:Die Frau meiner Träume) is a 1944 German musical comedy film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Marika Rökk, Wolfgang Lukschy and Walter Müller.

The Unseen (2016)

The Unseen is a 2016 Canadian psychological horror film, directed by Geoff Redknap and released in 2016.

Bahu Begum (1967)

Bahu Begum is a 1967 Hindi film directed by M. Sadiq, and starring Pradeep Kumar, Meena Kumari and Ashok Kumar. The film has music by Roshan and lyrics by Sahir Ludhianvi and is known for songs, "Hum Intezaar Karenge Tera Qayamat Tak", sung by Mohammad Rafi and Asha Bhonsle and "Duniya Kare Sawal To Hum" by Lata Mangeshkar. The film is a Muslim period drama that depicts the male dominated society and the Haveli culture that existed in India in the past.

Broadway Babies (1929)

Broadway Babies, aka Broadway Daddies (UK) and Ragazze d'America (Italy), is a 1929 all-talking Pre-Code black and white American musical film produced and distributed by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Brothers. The film was directed by Mervyn LeRoy and starred Alice White and Charles Delaney. This was White's first sound film with dialogue.

Inhuman Resources (2012)

Six office workers are chained to their desks by their former regional manager (Nicholas Hope) -- a convicted serial killer.

San Diego I Love You (1944)

San Diego, I Love You is a 1944 American comedy film directed by Reginald Le Borg and starring Jon Hall, Louise Allbritton and Edward Everett Horton.

Community (2012)

Two student filmmakers uncover a terrifying secret while attempting to shoot a documentary about a mysterious community plagued by sinister rumors, and unexplained disappearances.

Trigger, Jr. (1950)

Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers) and his traveling Western show decide to rest at the ranch of Col. Harkrider (George Cleveland), who once co-owned the carnival with Roy's father. The colonel's daughter, Kay (Dale Evans), hopes that the visiting performers will reinvigorate her father, and that he will again go out with the circus. But Roy and friends are suddenly called into action when bad guy Manson (Grant Withers) releases a killer horse into the herds of area ranchers.

Girl Walks Into a Bar (2011)

Girl Walks into a Bar is a 2011 multiple story line ensemble comedy film produced exclusively for Internet distribution. It is directed by Sebastián Gutiérrez from his own script, much like the anthology style of Gutiérrez's Women in Trouble, and follows a group of apparent strangers in interlocking stories taking place in ten different bars during the course of one evening throughout Los Angeles. Girl Walks into a Bar premiered at The ArcLight Hollywood Cinemas on March 7, 2011, in Los Angeles and screened as an official selection of the Spotlight Premieres section at the South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival 2011 in Austin. The film is currently available in the United States to watch for free exclusively on YouTube with sponsorship from Lexus.

I Declare War (2013)

I Declare War is a 2012 Canadian action comedy-drama film written and co-directed by Jason Lapeyre and Robert Wilson. The film, about a group of friends who get together for a game of capture the flag that escalates into violence, was an Official Selection in the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival and was given a limited release in U.S. theatres on August 30, 2013.

Sunstorm (2001)

Killers pursue four beautiful sisters who have inherited a fortune from their murdered father.

Dead Genesis (2010)

Seven months after the zombies take over, a filmmaker (Emily Alatalo) works with a band of renegade hunters to kill the walking dead.

Scheherazade (1963)

Shéhérazade is a 1963 French adventure film directed by Pierre Gaspard-Huit and starring Anna Karina.

Double Exposure (1982)

A photographer for a men's magazine is disturbed by a recurring dream he has that he is killing his models by various gruesome means. Then he discovers that his city is being terrorized by a slasher who is stalking and murdering women on the streets. He begins to suspect that he may actually be the killer.

Secret Command (1944)

Secret Command is a 1944 American drama film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and starring Pat O'Brien and Carole Landis. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects (David Allen, Ray Cory, Robert Wright, Russell Malmgren, Harry Kusnick) in 1945.

Guelwaar (1993)

Guelwaar is a 1993 French/Senegalese drama film written and directed by Ousmane Sembène. The name is borrowed from the Serer pre-colonial dynasty (Guelowar). The film won The President of the Italian Senate's Gold Medal at the 49th Venice International Film Festival.

Bacalar (2011)

Santiago and Mariana pretend to be detectives until they accidentally catch a gang of animal traffickers on video and their game becomes real.

Ballot Measure 9 (1995)

Ballot Measure 9 is a 1995 documentary film directed and produced by Heather Lyn Macdonald. The film examines the cultural and political battle that took place in 1992 over Oregon Ballot Measure 9, a citizen's initiative proposition that would have declared homosexuality "abnormal, wrong, unnatural, and perverse."

Cutter's Way (1981)

Cutter's Way (also known as Cutter and Bone) is a 1981 thriller directed by Ivan Passer. The film stars Jeff Bridges, John Heard, and Lisa Eichhorn. The screenplay was by Jeffrey Alan Fiskin, based on the novel Cutter and Bone by Newton Thornburg.

Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell (1951)

Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell is a 1951 comedy film, the third and final one starring Clifton Webb as Lynn Belvedere. It follows on from Sitting Pretty (1948) and Mr. Belvedere Goes to College (1949).

His Pest Friend (1938)

A jealous husband (Leon Errol) suspects the worst when his wife (Vivien Oakland) tries to surprise him on his birthday.

High Yellow (1965)

High Yellow is a 1965 film about a black girl who tries to pass for white.

Tetsuo (1989)

Tetsuo: The Iron Man is a 1989 Japanese cyberpunk horror film. It was written, produced, edited, and directed by cult-film director Shinya Tsukamoto, and produced by Japan Home Video. It is shot in the same low-budget, underground-production style as his first two films. Tetsuo established Tsukamoto internationally and created his worldwide cult following. It was followed by Body Hammer (1992) and The Bullet Man (2009).

The Cup (2011)

At the heart of this true story is Damien Oliver, a young jockey who loses his only brother in a tragic racing accident just days before the Melbourne Cup. The race fall hauntingly reflecting of the way their father died 27 years earlier. After suffering through a series of discouraging defeats, Damien teams with Irish trainer Dermot Weld, and triumphs at the 2002 Melbourne Cup in one of the most thrilling finales in sporting history.

The Trip to Bountiful (2014)

A determined woman (Cicely Tyson) escapes from the clutches of her overprotective son (Blair Underwood) to travel to her hometown.

Winter Meeting (1948)

Bette Davis is a successful poetess who falls in love with a war hero in this romantic melodrama. But even though opposites do attract, sometimes the love is not meant to be. When Susan Grieve (Davis) and Slick Novak (James Davis) meet on a blind date—his blind date with her friend’s secretary—they discover a mutual attraction that takes them both by surprise. Slick finds himself more enamored with the rich, subdued Susan than the beautiful, aggressive secretary…and Susan finds love for the first time in her life. However, after a whirlwind romance, Slick reveals his desire to become a priest and abruptly leaves her. When they meet again, Susan, sensing his sincerity, is able to let him go. But his impact on her life is two-fold and leads her to a reconciliation with her estranged mother. Based on the novel by Ethel Vance and co-starring Janis Paige (Silk Stockings) and John Hoyt (Blackboard Jungle), Winter Meeting is a moving film experience any time of year.

Deep Winter (2009)

Maverick downhill racer, Tyler Crowe, reunites with best friend and renegade snowboarder, Mark Rider. It doesn't take long for the old friends to take on a new mission. Together they head to Alaska, where led by a veteran guide, the two attempt the most daring descent on snow ever caught on film. But with glory comes risk. And this challenge is no exception.

Lassiter (1984)

Lassiter, also known as The Magnificent Thief, is a 1984 adventure film. Part caper and part espionage, it was set in 1930s London, and starred Tom Selleck and Jane Seymour. The movie was made to cash in on Selleck's popularity as the character Thomas Magnum in the show Magnum, P.I., but it failed to ignite the box-office on its release. The Magnum, P.I. connection is perhaps most clearly seen by the movie poster tagline The Magnum Man Hits the Big Screen with a Vengeance.

Puncture (2011)

Puncture (released under the title Injustice in the United Kingdom) is an independent feature film starring Chris Evans, directed by Adam Kassen and Mark Kassen. The movie is based on the true story of Michael David 'Mike' Weiss and Paul Danziger. It was chosen as one of the spotlight films for the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, premiering on April 21, 2011 in New York City.

The New Kids (1985)

Abby McWilliams' (Lori Loughlin, TV's "Full House") nightmare begins when she attracts the unwanted attention of teenage psychopath Eddie Dutra (James Spader, TV's "Boston Practice"). Turned down for a date, Eddie destroys Abby's home, vandalizes her uncle's car and nearly stomps her brother Loren(Shannon Presby) to death. But it's only when he kidnaps Abby from the school dance, that Eddie shows his true feelings. Fueled by cocaine and armed with a shotgun, Eddie's lust turns to uncontrollable rage, as he takes Abby on a date from hell, in this terror-packed thrill-ride from the director of Friday the 13th and A Stranger is Watching.

The Frogmen (1951)

The Frogmen is a 1951 black-and-white film made by Twentieth Century Fox. It is based on operations by United States Navy Underwater Demolition Teams, popularly known as "frogmen", against the Japanese Army and naval forces in World War II. It was the first such movie about scuba diving and became a popular cultural hit. The film opens with this written statement: "This is a true story based on incidents which occurred in the latter part of World War II. It deals with one of the most hazardous and unique branches of the Armed Forces...the Underwater Demolition Teams. This film could not have been produced without the active cooperation of the Department of Defense and the United States Navy." Underwater Demolition Teams have been used since World War II for reconnaissance duties, clearing underwater obstacles planted by the enemy, advance landings on beaches, and offensive underwater attacks on enemy ships, and were the forerunners of the Navy SEALs.

Undead (2003)

Undead is a 2003 Australian zombie science fiction horror comedy film written and directed by Michael and Peter Spierig and starring Felicity Mason, Mungo McKay and Rob Jenkins. It was then-relatively-unknown Good Game presenter Steven O'Donnell's first film role.

After (2009)

Three friends searching for a way out of their overwhelming loneliness and dissatisfaction set off on a journey of excessive partying.

Contraband (1980)

Fabio Testi (REVOLVER) stars as Luca Di Angelo, an idealistic family man and cigarette smuggler in the treacherous Naples underworld. But when a rival gang massacres his brother and abducts his wife, Luca triggers a psychotic mob war that goes far beyond mere revenge.Get ready for a crime saga unlike anything you've ever seen before as director Lucio Fulci (ZOMBIE) unleashes the most gut-splattering, brain-blasting, flesh-frying scenes of cruelty and carnage imaginable. This is CONTRABAND! Marcel Bozzufi (THE FRENCH CONNECTION) co-stars in this depraved shocker (also known as THE NAPLES CONNECTION and THE SMUGGLER) that most Fulci fans have only seen in censored versions. Blue Underground is now proud to present CONTRABAND fully restored from the original negative for the first time ever in America!

Lone Hero (2002)

Lone Hero is a 2002 action film written and directed by Ken Sanzel. It tells of an actor in a Far West village who acts against bikers who held up the village's bar, and the actions that followed.

Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire (2013)

Filmmaker Kris Koenig examines current gun laws and the movement to restrict the right to buy them.

House At The End Of The Street (2012)

House at the End of the Street is a 2010 (not released until 2012) American psychological thriller film directed by Mark Tonderai that stars Jennifer Lawrence, Max Thieriot, Gil Bellows, and Elisabeth Shue. The film's plot revolves around a teenaged girl named Elissa, who along with her newly divorced mother Sarah, moves to a new neighborhood, only to discover that the house at the end of the street was the site of a gruesome double murder committed by a girl named Carrie-Ann who disappeared without a trace. Elissa then starts a relationship with Carrie Anne's brother Ryan, who now lives in the same house. Despite a negative response from critics, Jennifer Lawrence's performance was praised and the film was a commercial success, ranking number one at the box office in its opening weekend.

The Prize (1963)

As the Nobel Prize winners come to Stockholm to receive their awards, their lives are overturned and perturbed in various ways.

The Possession Of Michael King (2014)

The Possession of Michael King is a 2014 American found footage horror film and the directorial debut of David Jung, who also wrote the film's script. The film had its world premiere on August 14, 2014 in Singapore and had a limited theatrical release in the United States on August 22 of the same year. It was released on to video on demand on August 26, 2014. It stars Shane Johnson as a widowed, atheist filmmaker who finds himself the target of demonic forces.

Midnight Crossing (1988)

Academy Award -winner Faye Dunaway, Daniel j. Travanti, John Laughlin (CRIMES OF PASSION), Kim Cattrall (MANNEQUIN) and Ned Beatty (THE FOURTH PROTOCOl) star ina twisted suspense thriller of murder, lust and greed. For jeff Schubb, inheriting his father's sloop and charter business in the Florida Keys was a dream come true. When his wife's employer, morely barton, suggests the two couples cruise to the Bahamas, Jeff sees his financial worries drift away. Once at sea, Morely provides a new destination, an island off Cuba where he stashed a fortune before Castro's regime. He offers Jeff half to help retrieve his treasure. But all is not smooth sailing, as the past encroaches on the present, and too many deceits connect the foursome in a deadly game of intrigue.

Cops And Robbersons (1994)

Chevy Chase, Jack Palance and Dianne Wiest star in this comedy caper about a mild-mannered accountant whose dreams of being a supercop come hilariously to life. In the pursuit of a dangerous counterfeiter, grizzled cop Jake Stone (Palance) convinces a suburban family to let him use their home for an extended stakeout. But this "typical" family is anything but, with a pratfalling father (Chase) whose cop-show obsession endangers the whole operation. Reuniting the director and star of Fletch, COPS & ROBBERSONS combines fast-moving farce, sight gags and physical comedy for arresting entertainment.

Borderline Cult (2007)

After three ruthless serial killers team up in the Mexican border town of Juarez, hundreds of women are abducted, tortured and murdered in this grisly new thriller from famed horror master Ulli Lommel.

The Life of Lucky Cucumber (2008)

Two men discover the luckiest man in the world and quickly learn his luck brings bad consequences.

Teenape Goes to Camp (2008)

Teenape (Casey Bowker) becomes a counselor at a summer camp.

Blunt Force Trauma (2015)

Blunt Force Trauma is a 2015 Colombian English-language action film directed by Ken Sanzel and featuring Mickey Rourke, Freida Pinto and Ryan Kwanten in leading roles.

Mad Ron's Prevues From Hell (1987)

A deranged projectionist shows a theater full of zombies horror trailers from his collection.

Mr. Wong, Detective (1938)

Mr. Wong investigates the deaths of 3 partners in the poison gas export trade - each death occuring while the person was alone in his quarters.

Big Trouble (1986)

Big Trouble is a 1986 American comedy film. It was director John Cassavetes's last film. He took over from screenwriter Andrew Bergman (who was going to direct). The cast reunited Peter Falk and Alan Arkin, co-stars of The In-Laws, also featured Beverly D'Angelo, Charles Durning and Valerie Curtin. The film's plot was so similar to that of Double Indemnity that, prior to production, Columbia Pictures was forced to trade the ownership of their unused script called Back to the Future with Universal Pictures (rights-holder for Double Indemnity) to reuse the plot of the earlier film.

Cold and Dark (2005)

Mortimer Shade (Kevin Howarth), a police detective, is trapped in a freezer and left there to die. Instead, his body is infected by a mysterious organism that resurrects him -- albeit with an insatiable hunger for blood, which he can suck up from his victims through a claw-like appendage. His partner, John Dark (Luke Goss), helps keep Shade alive by hunting down criminals and letting him feed on them, but he soon begins to fear that the formerly human policeman's monstrous side is taking over.

Caffeinated (2015)

Every cup of coffee has a story... one that begins in a lush tropical field and ends at your breakfast table. Caffeinated is a fascinating globe-hopping examination of this journey from bean to cup.

Playing God (1997)

It’s high-voltage thrills as David Duchovny (The X-Files), Angelina Jolie (Salt) and Timothy Hutton (Q & A) square off in an edgy confrontation where the stakes are high... and the action is deadly. Duchovny plays Eugene Sands, an ex-surgeon lured into a dark underworld by the hip—but lethal—mobster Raymond Blossom (Hutton). Sands gets caught in a web of murder and mayhem as he grows far too close to Blossom’s dangerously seductive mistress (Jolie). Playing God is a potent action-thriller where passion and deception meet in a battle between good and evil. Co-starring Peter Stormare (John Wick: Chapter 2), Michael Massee (Lost Highway), Gary Dourdan (Alien: Resurrection), John Hawkes (Winter’s Bone) and Tracey Walter (The Hunter).

Family Plot (1976)

Family Plot is a 1976 American dark comedy/thriller film that was the final film directed by Alfred Hitchcock. The film was based on Victor Canning's novel The Rainbird Pattern, which Ernest Lehman adapted for the screen. The film stars Karen Black, Bruce Dern, Barbara Harris and William Devane. The film was screened at the 1976 Cannes Film Festival, but was not entered into the main competition. The story involves two couples: a "fake" psychic and her cab driving husband, the other a pair of professional thieves and kidnappers. Their lives come into conflict because of a search for a missing heir. The film's title is a pun: "family plot" can refer to an area in a cemetery that has been bought by one family for the burial of its various relatives; in this case it also means a dramatic plot line involving various family members.

The Magic Carpet (1951)

In the post-war years, Arabian fantasies were incredibly popular: an opportunity to feature scantily clad beauties in lavish color, with romantic stories and exotic backgrounds. Every studio made a few of these romps, using their most beautiful actors to great advantage and adapting epic plot lines without much gravity. Here, cast as a villainess, Lucille Ball is Narah, the daughter of Ali (Gregory Gay), pretender to the throne and royal assassin. The true heir, played by John Agar (She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, Fort Apache), smuggled away on a magic carpet when just a baby, grows up under an assumed name until he is old enough to claim his place alongside his beautiful love, Lida (Patricia Medina). Classic film villains Raymond Burr and George Tobias join in the spectacle—and producer Sam Katzman didn’t forget the dancing girls! Newly remastered.

Fastest (2011)

Fastest is a documentary film about the Grand Prix motorcycle racing, MotoGP. Filmed between 2010 and 2011 by director Mark Neale, it is narrated by Ewan McGregor and produced by Neale and award-winning producer Paul Taublieb, from Media X International, Inc.. Fastest was preceded by The Doctor, The Tornado and The Kentucky Kid and will be succeeded by Charge, currently awaiting release.

Sweepings (1933)

Sweepings is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film directed by John Cromwell and written by Lester Cohen. The film stars Lionel Barrymore, Eric Linden, William Gargan, Gloria Stuart and Alan Dinehart. The film was released on April 14, 1933, by RKO Pictures.

CIA Code Name: Alexa (1992)

CIA Code Name: Alexa is a 1993 action adventure film, starring by Lorenzo Lamas and Kathleen Kinmont. It was directed by Joseph Merhi. It was followed by a sequel, CIA II: Target Alexa.

Prince Avalanche (2013)

Prince Avalanche is a 2013 American comedy-drama film starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch. It was directed by David Gordon Green, who also wrote the screenplay based on the 2011 Icelandic film Either Way (Á annan veg). The film was shot in Bastrop, Texas, after the Bastrop County Complex Fire.

Saturn 3 (1980)

Saturn 3 is a 1980 British-American science fiction thriller film produced and directed by Stanley Donen. It stars Farrah Fawcett, Kirk Douglas and Harvey Keitel. The screenplay was written by Martin Amis, from a story by John Barry. Though a British production (made by Lew Grade's ITC Entertainment and shot at Shepperton Studios), the film has an American cast and director.

A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story (2015)

Lizzie Velasquez, who suffers from a rare medical condition that renders her unable to gain weight, becomes a motivational speaker and anti-bullying lobbyist.

Dread (2009)

Dread is a 2009 British horror film directed and written by Anthony DiBlasi and starring Jackson Rathbone, Shaun Evans and Hanne Steen, based on the short story of the same name by Clive Barker. The story was originally published in 1984 in volume two of Barker's Books of Blood short story collections.

Convicts (1991)

A young boy comes of age observing the violent scenes on a Texas Gulf Coast cane field in 1902--even as life seems to be cycling to an end for an imposing plantation boss who survives by using convict labor to work in his fields.

Cheetah (1989)

Cheetah is a 1989 live-action film from Walt Disney Pictures starring Keith Coogan and Lucy Deakins. This motion picture was based on Alan Caillou's novel The Cheetahs. It was shot in Nairobi, Kenya. This motion picture features the phrase "Hakuna matata" which became famous when Disney released The Lion King five years later.

Hideaway (1995)

For two hours, Hatch Harrison was dead, and when doctors revived him, they brought more than Hatch's body back to life. JEFF GOLDBLUM, CHRISTINE LAHTI and ALICIA SILVERSTONE star in HIDEAWAY, a terrifying thriller that journeys from the unconscious mind to the heart of all evil. When Hatch returns to the living, he discovers he is telepathically linked to a deranged killer. Horrified, Hatch witnesses the killer stalking a series of young women, including his own daughter. Through these visions, Hatch is able to follow the killer to a gruesome hideaway, where the terrifying secret of their linked lives is finally revealed.

The Solid Gold Cadillac (1956)

The Solid Gold Cadillac is a 1956 film directed by Richard Quine and written by Abe Burrows, Howard Teichmann and George S. Kaufman. It was adapted from the hit Broadway play of the same name by Teichmann and Kaufman, in which they pillory big business and corrupt businessmen. The film stars Judy Holliday and Paul Douglas. The film is in black-and-white except for the very last scene, which is in Technicolor.

Elvis: The Journey (2003)

Filmmaker Ray Santilli chronicles the childhood of Elvis Presley.

Deathgasm (2015)

Deathgasm is a 2015 New Zealand comedy horror film written and directed by Jason Lei Howden in his directorial debut. Starring Milo Cawthorne and James Blake as a pair of misfit heavy metal fans who unintentionally summon a demon, the film premiered on 14 March 2015 at South by Southwest.

Gun (2010)

Gun is a 2010 direct-to-video action film directed by Jessy Terrero, written by 50 Cent starring himself, Val Kilmer and James Remar. Filming took place in Detroit and Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Murder, Inc. (1960)

Murder, Inc. is a 1960 American gangster film starring Stuart Whitman, May Britt, Henry Morgan, Peter Falk, and Simon Oakland. The Cinemascope movie was directed by Burt Balaban and Stuart Rosenberg. The screenplay was based on the true story of Murder Inc., a Brooklyn gang that operated in the 1930s. Falk plays Abe Reles, a vicious thug who led the Murder Inc. gang and was believed to have committed thirty murders, for which he was never prosecuted. The film was the first major feature role for Falk, who was nominated for a best supporting actor Academy Award for his performance. In his 2006 autobiography, Just One More Thing, Falk said that Murder Inc. launched his career. The movie was the first film directed by Rosenberg, who later won acclaim for films that included Cool Hand Luke (1967), and also launched Stuart Whitman's career as a leading man. A more highly fictionalized film on the same basic events, The Enforcer (1951), starring Humphrey Bogart, was released in the United Kingdom with the title Murder, Inc.

Andy Hardy Comes Home (1958)

Andy Hardy Comes Home is a 1958 film, the 16th and final film in the Andy Hardy series, with Mickey Rooney reprising his signature role. It was made 12 years after the previous Hardy film, and was an attempt to revive what had once been an enormously popular series. However, the film was unsuccessful, and the series did not resume.

Hidden 3D (2011)

Hidden 3D is an Italian-Canadian horror film directed by Antoine Thomas and produced by Caramel Films. It was filmed in Italy and Canada over the Summer and Fall of 2010. Hidden 3D was filmed in both 2D and 3D Technologies.