Dancing with Danger (1994)

A private eye (Ed Marinaro) falls for a taxi dancer (Cheryl Ladd) being followed by a serial killer in Oregon.

Morris County (2009)

Against the seemingly ideal backdrop of suburban America, three stories become connected by alienation and confusion.

The Book of Mary (1985)

Maria witnesses the decomposition of her family.

Lo (2009)

Lo is a 2009 experimental comedy/horror/romance film written and directed by Travis Betz. The film premiered at the Austin Film Festival October 2009 and had DVD release in February 2010.

Death by Death (2016)

Death by Death (French: Je me tue à le dire) is a 2016 Belgian black-comedy film directed by Xavier Seron. It premiered at the 2016 Palm Springs International Film Festival. The film received seven nominations at the 7th Magritte Awards, including Best Film and Best Director for Seron.

Pickup on 101 (1972)

Pickup on 101 is a 1972 American drama film directed by John Florea and written by Anthony Blake. The film stars Jack Albertson, Lesley Ann Warren, Martin Sheen, Hal Baylor, George Chandler and Robert Donner. The film was released in May 1972, by American International Pictures.

On the Rumba River (2007)

Filmmaker Jacques Sasin pays tribute to revered Congolese musician Papa Wendo and documents a 2004 reunion concert featuring many of Wendo's former bandmates.

Sealed Cargo (1951)

Sealed Cargo is a 1951 American war film about a fisherman, played by Dana Andrews, who gets tangled up with Nazis and their U-boats. It was based on the novel The Gaunt Woman by Edmund Gilligan.

An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge (2005)

A Southern civilian escapes his execution at the hands of Union soldiers when the hanging rope breaks.

Here Comes the Band (1935)

Here Comes the Band is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Paul Sloane and written by Paul Sloane, Ralph Spence and Victor Mansfield. The film stars Ted Lewis and His Orchestra, Ted Lewis, Virginia Bruce, Harry Stockwell, Ted Healy and Nat Pendleton. The film was released on August 30, 1935, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Rose of Death (2007)

Ten years after an innocent prom prank turned unexpectedly deadly, a group of murderous friends are being picked off one by one in this tale of vengeance from beyond the grave.

Zarkorr! The Invader (1996)

Zarkorr! The Invader is a 1996 direct-to-video monster film directed by Michael Deak and Aaron Osborne, and produced by Full Moon Entertainment.

Hell's Kitchen (1998)

Hell's Kitchen is a 1998 film starring Rosanna Arquette, William Forsythe, Angelina Jolie, Mekhi Phifer, and Johnny Whitworth. The film was written and directed by Tony Cinciripini. The film had a budget of $6,000,000 but grossed only $4,322 on its opening weekend. Riddim Slector named Hell's Kitchen as his "Top Pick" of the '90s.

Nabonga (1944)

Nabonga is a 1944 PRC film starring Buster Crabbe and Julie London (in her film debut). It was retitled Jungle Woman in the British Empire.

P.O.E. (2007)

A high-profile heist brings four suspicious strangers together in a tense bid to find out who committed the lucrative crime.

Hitman (1998)

Two hitmen, one a novice and the other a veteran with poor luck, band together to find the "King of Killers" for whom there is a large reward.

Take Me Home Again (1994)

An estranged son (Craig T. Nelson) drives his dying father (Kirk Douglas) cross-country to his birthplace, granting his last wish.

Brief Moment (1933)

Brief Moment is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film. It stars Carole Lombard and Gene Raymond, and is based on the play by S. N. Behrman.

The Wacky World of Mother Goose (1967)

In the land of Old King Cole: Jack and Jill, Simple Simon, Georgie Porgie and others are worried when Mother Goose has to visit her sister on the far side of the Moon.

En plein cœur (2008)

Two hypersensitive gangsters look for love.

Professor (1962)

Professor is a 1962 Hindi film, produced by F. C. Mehra and directed by Lekh Tandon. The film stars Shammi Kapoor, Kalpana, Bela Bose, Lalita Pawar, Tun Tun and Iftekhar. The film's music is by Shankar Jaikishan. The film became a box office hit. The film was remade in Tamil as Nadigan (1990), in Telugu as Bhale Mastaru (1969), Peddinti Alludu (1991) and in Kannada as Gopi Krishna. The rights to this film are owned by Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment.

Blast-Off Girls (1967)

Blast-Off Girls is a 1967 American exploitation film directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis.

Two in the Shadow (1967)

A man is involved in a fatal car accident, and though he is blameless, his company transfers him to a remote branch in a small town. Before he leaves, he gives the man's widow a large sum of money that she uses to move back to her hometown.

San Antone Ambush (1949)

San Antone Ambush is a 1949 American Western film directed by Philip Ford and written by Norman S. Hall. The film stars Monte Hale, Bette Daniels, Paul Hurst, Roy Barcroft, James Cardwell, and Trevor Bardette. The film was released on October 7, 1949, by Republic Pictures.

The Black Watch (1929)

The Black Watch is a 1929 American Pre-Code adventure epic film directed by John Ford and starring Victor McLaglen, Myrna Loy, and David Torrence. Written by James Kevin McGuinness based on the novel King of the Khyber Rifles by Talbot Mundy, the film is about a captain in the British Army's Black Watch regiment assigned to a secret mission in India just as his company is called to France at the outbreak of war. His covert assignment results in his being considered a coward by his fellows, a suspicion confirmed when he becomes involved in a drunken brawl in India that results in the death of another officer. The film features an uncredited 21-year-old John Wayne working as an extra; he also worked in the arts and costume department for the film.

The Divine Ryans (1999)

The Divine Ryans is a 1999 film (adapted from the 1990 book by the same name) directed by Stephen Reynolds, written by Wayne Johnston, starring Robert Joy and Pete Postlethwaite. The film tells the story of the Ryan family, who run a funeral parlour in St John's, Newfoundland. The movie was filmed in St. John's, Newfoundland, and Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

Mixed Kebab (2012)

Mixed Kebab is a Belgian drama film released in 2012. The film was written and directed by Guy Lee Thys. It stars Cem Akkanat and Simon Van Buyten.

Whisper Me a Lullaby (2011)

Friends and family try to help a troubled woman (Christina Vinsick) whose search for spiritual grounding is causing her to pull away from reality.

On Valentine's Day (1986)

On Valentine's Day is a 1986 American drama film directed by Ken Harrison. It is the sequel of Harrison's 1918. It was entered into the main competition at the 43rd Venice International Film Festival and was screened at the 1986 Toronto International Film Festival.

Murder University (2012)

A small New England college is plagued by a series of brutal, cult-like murders that share a similar pattern of killings some twenty years earlier. The lone survivor of a recent attack must team up with a veteran police detective and his daughter in order to uncover the secret behind the killings, revealing a legacy of murder and the occult that has been kept buried for decades on campus.

The Teenage Textbook Movie (1998)

The Teenage Textbook Movie is a film adaptation of Adrian Tan's bestselling 1988 novel The Teenage Textbook. It is a lighthearted look at the lives of four students in Singapore as they start junior college. The film was well-received critically and topped the Singapore box office for four weeks, beating Hollywood offerings. Its stars, who were unknowns, eventually became household names on television. Its soundtrack was all-Singaporean, a first for English-language Singapore films.

Lower Level (1991)

Lower Level is a 1991 American erotic thriller film directed by Kristine Peterson, and written by Hillary Black, W.K. Border, Michael Leahy, and Joel Soisson.

Magpie (2013)

An estranged father makes an unwelcome appearance at his 9-year-old son's funeral and steals the coffin.

The Hoax (1972)

The Hoax is a 1972 American comedy film directed by Robert Anderson, and starring Bill Ewing, Frank Bonner, Jacques Aubuchon, Sharon DeBord, Don Dubbins, Harriet Gibson and Tom Benko. The film was released by All-Scope International on April 19, 1972.

Strange Confession (1945)

Strange Confession is a 1945 Inner Sanctum film noir mystery horror film, released by Universal Pictures and starring Lon Chaney Jr., J. Carrol Naish and Brenda Joyce. The movie was directed by John Hoffman and was later rereleased under the title The Missing Head. The "Inner Sanctum" franchise originated with a popular radio series.

Juari (1968)

Before finding the right path, a man turns to gambling and crime when he is rejected by love.

Red Lights Ahead (1936)

Red Lights Ahead is a 1936 American film directed by Roland D. Reed. It was the last film released by the Chesterfield Motion Picture Company before they became part of Republic Pictures.

False Pretenses (1935)

False Pretenses is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Charles Lamont and starring Irene Ware.

Hurry, Charlie, Hurry (1941)

Hurry, Charlie, Hurry is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Charles E. Roberts and written by Paul Gerard Smith. The film stars Leon Errol, Mildred Coles, Kenneth Howell, Cecil Cunningham and George Watts. The film was released on June 13, 1941, by RKO Pictures.

Something Unknown Is Doing We Don't Know What (2010)

The science behind psychic phenomena is explored.

Mainline (2006)

A woman (Bita Farahi) makes the difficult decision to take her engaged daughter (Baran Kosari) to rehab after the young bride starts using heroin again.

Sailor's Luck (1933)

U.S. sailor Jimmy Harrigan, on shore leave in San Pedro, meets and falls for Sally Brent. She promises to wait for him when he ships out to San Francisco, but Jimmy becomes jealous…

Love Is Blind (2016)

A woman uses a magic potion that makes her crush see her as exceptionally beautiful.

Le voyageur de la Toussaint (1943)

Traveler on All Saints' Day) (French:Le voyageur de la Toussaint) is a 1943 French detective film directed by Louis Daquin and starring Assia Noris, Jules Berry, Gabrielle Dorziat and Guillaume de Sax. It is an adaptation of a story by Georges Simenon. A young man makes a triumphant return to his hometown of La Rochelle.

A Love Story (2007)

A Love Story is a 2007 Filipino romantic drama film, it is about a successful but emotionally scarred businessman Ian Montes (Aga Muhlach) who is torn between two women: Joanna (Maricel Soriano), a doctor, and Karyn (Angelica Panganiban) a flight attendant. On August 26, 2007, the cast of "A Love Story" flew to the United States for the American premier of the movie.

Bye Bye Birdie (1995)

A manager (Jason Alexander) and his girlfriend (Vanessa Williams) concoct one last publicity stunt before his teen idol client enters the Army during the 1960s.

Porch Stories (2015)

Three stories occur on three porches in a neighborhood.

The Wonder Ring (1955)

Footage from New York City's elevated train.

Oh Happy Day (2007)

Two men experience the consequences of a one night stand when they find out they will be working together and must make their unique relationship work no matter how they feel about each other.

3 hommes à abattre (1980)

Trois hommes à abattre (English: Three Men to Kill) is a French crime film released in 1980, directed by Jacques Deray, starring Alain Delon with Dalila Di Lazzaro. The screenplay is written by Jacques Deray, Alain Delon and Christopher Franck based on the novel by Jean-Patrick Manchette. The story is about Michel Gerfaut (Delon), charming professional card player who out of nowhere becomes involved in some retribution between weapon traders of high level. The movie was a great boxoffice success. Three Men to Kill is the first film of a group of popular movies released in the 1980s and starring Alain Delon, which share a visual and narrative style, followed by For a Cop's Hide (1981) and Le battant (1983).

One Man's Treasure (2009)

A group of missionaries goes on a treasure hunt.

The Smart Set (1928)

The Smart Set (1928) is a silent film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, directed by Jack Conway, and starring William Haines, Jack Holt, and Alice Day.

Parking (2008)

Parking (simplified Chinese: 停车; traditional Chinese: 停車; pinyin: Tíngchē) is a 2008 Taiwanese movie.

The Reunion (2013)

The Reunion (Swedish: Återträffen) is a 2013 Swedish drama film directed by Anna Odell. The film won the Guldbagge Award for Best Film at the 49th Guldbagge Awards.

Heimatklänge (2007)

Filmmaker Stefan Schwietert profiles Swiss yodelers Christian Zehnder, Erika Stucky and Noldi Alder.

Mitti Wajaan Maardi (2007)

Mitti Wajaan Maardi, is an Indian Punjabi film directed by Manmohan Singh.

Round the Moons Between Earth and Sea (1997)

A poor fishing family is forced to move to the country when their home is destroyed.

Flesh-Eating Mothers (1988)

A sexually transmitted virus causes an outbreak of cannibalism among the adulterous housewives of suburban Baltimore.

The Naturalist (2013)

A gay man living in a genetically modified society is given the chance to alter his sexuality.

Borderline (1950)

Mystery and mayhem on the Mexican border as Fred MacMurray (Double Indemnity) and Claire Trevor play narcotics agents on the trail of a notorious drug lord (Raymond Burr).

The Cossacks (1928)

The Cossacks is a 1928 American silent drama film produced and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) and directed by George Hill and Clarence Brown. The film stars John Gilbert and Renée Adorée and is based on the 1863 novel The Cossacks by Leo Tolstoy.

Dharavi (1991)

Dharavi is a 1993 Hindi film, directed and written by Sudhir Mishra.

Four Ways to Die in My Hometown (2012)

A man who has shut out the world for seven years receives a visit from a spirit, who orders him to spread enlightenment to his fellow villagers.

Song One (2015)

Song One is a 2014 American drama film written and directed by Kate Barker-Froyland at her directorial debut. The film follows Franny Ellis (Anne Hathaway), an anthropology student who returns to New York City after her estranged brother, Henry (Ben Rosenfield), a musician, entered a coma; to revive Henry and repair their relationship, Franny uses her anthropologist instincts. After attending a concert by Henry's favorite musician, James Forester (Johnny Flynn), Franny shares her brother's story with James, who comes to the hospital to play at Henry's bedside. The film premiered in the U.S. Dramatic Competition at the 30th Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2014, and opened in the United States on January 23, 2015, to mixed-to-negative critical reviews.

A Knife for the Ladies (1974)

When prostitutes are murdered in a quiet mining town, a detective is hired by a bank president to solve the mystery.

Wonder of Women (1929)

Wonder of Women is a 1929 American Pre-Code drama film, nominated for Best Writing at the 2nd Academy Awards. Based on the German novel Die Frau des Steffen Tromholt by Hermann Sudermann, the film was long thought to be lost, but was later rediscovered.

He Learned About Women (1933)

He Learned About Women is a 1932 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Lloyd Corrigan and written by Lloyd Corrigan, Ray Harris and Harlan Thompson. The film stars Stuart Erwin, Susan Fleming, Alison Skipworth, Gordon Westcott, Grant Mitchell and Sidney Toler. The film was released on November 4, 1932, by Paramount Pictures.

The Scopia Effect (2014)

Bashia, an ordinary white-collar worker, suffers from mild depression until she undergoes hypnotic regression. But the treatments come with a horrifying price as dark forces seek to destroy her.

The Angry Dragon (1973)

Far East pimps are stopped by a chief detective who knows how to kick.

Desperadoes' Outpost (1952)

Desperadoes' Outpost is a 1952 American western film directed by Philip Ford and starring Allan Lane, Roy Barcroft and Eddy Waller. The film's sets were designed by the art director Frank Hotaling.

Carla (2003)

Carla is a British television crime drama film, based upon the novel Improvising Carla by Joanna Hines, first broadcast on ITV on 15 September 2003. The film, adapted for television by writer Barbara Machin and director Diarmuid Lawrence, stars Lesley Sharp and Helen McCrory as Helen North and Carla French, two women who become friends after meeting on holiday on the Greek Islands. But when Carla is later found dead on an isolated Island road, with only Helen by her side, the subsequent investigation reveals that from the start, their alliance was based on fantasy and lies.

The Stranger (1987)

After witnessing a murder, Alice Kildee (Bonnie Bedelia) is involved in a car accident. She wakes up in a hospital with no memory of who she is, but has total recall concerning the murder. The problem is, no such killing has been reported. So the authorities, assuming that Alice is merely fantasizing, release her picture to the papers in hopes of identifying her. Through the help of psychiatrist Harris Kite Peter Riegert, Alice comes to realize that the murder she has described in such vivid detail actually took place in a movie she saw just before her accident. But if this is the case, why is a hit man (David Spielberg) determined to rub out poor Alice?

Mission to Glory: A True Story (1977)

Spanish missionary Eusebio Francisco Kino (Richard Egan) serves the circa-1700 Southwest on horseback.

Mountain (2015)

Mountain is a 2015 Israeli drama film directed by Yaelle Kayam. It was screened in the Discovery section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.

The Lady in Red (1979)

The Lady in Red is a 1979 film directed by Lewis Teague, and starring Pamela Sue Martin and Robert Conrad. It is an early writing effort of John Sayles who became better known as a director in the 1980s and 1990s. The film tells the crime story of poor farmer's daughter who leaves for Chicago, where she is sent to prison, serves as prostitute, falls in love with a criminal and finally tries bank robbery.

Mystery Broadcast (1943)

Mystery Broadcast is a 1943 American mystery film directed by George Sherman and written by Dane Lussier and Gertrude Walker. The film stars Frank Albertson, Ruth Terry, Nils Asther, Wynne Gibson, Paul Harvey, and Mary Treen. The film was released on November 23, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

February 15, 1839 (2001)

February 15, 1839 (original title: 15 février 1839) is a 2001 Quebec historical drama film. Directed by Pierre Falardeau, it is about the incarceration at the Pied-du-Courant Prison and the execution by hanging there of Patriote participants of the Lower Canada Rebellion. Those rebels sought to make Lower Canada, now Quebec, a republic independent from the British Empire. It features as characters the historical figures François-Marie-Thomas Chevalier de Lorimier, his wife Henriette and Charles Hindelang. Pierre Falardeau said that Telefilm Canada approved Michel Brault's 1999 movie Quand je serai parti... vous vivrez encore as an excuse to initially deny funds for 15 février 1839.[citation needed] It released in the United States by Lionsgate on January 26, 2001. It won four Prix Jutra for Actor (Luc Picard), Supporting Actress (Sylvie Drapeau), Art Direction and Sound.

Gauchos of El Dorado (1941)

Gauchos of El Dorado is a 1941 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by Lester Orlebeck.

Red Desert Penitentiary (1985)

Shooting begins on an adult western about a man who claims he was held captive in the desert for 20 years.

Drive, He Said (1971)

Drive, He Said (1971) is an American motion picture released by Columbia Pictures. It is one of the lesser-known works in the influential group of "New Hollywood" films of the late 1960s and early 1970s made by independent production house Raybert Productions (The Monkees, Easy Rider) and its successor, BBS Productions. Based upon the 1964 novel of the same title by Jeremy Larner, the film is mainly notable as the directorial debut of Jack Nicholson (who also wrote the screenplay) following his breakthrough as an actor in Easy Rider (1969) and Five Easy Pieces (1970). Although coolly received at the time, and has subsequently faded into obscurity, the production brought together many significant Hollywood names. Director of photography Bill Butler gained renown for his later work on classic films such as Steven Spielberg's Jaws, Francis Ford Coppola's The Conversation, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Original music was composed by David Shire (then married to Coppola's sister, Talia) and the screenplay included uncredited contributions from future director Terence Malick. It starred several of Nicholson's friends and frequent screen collaborators in leading roles – Karen Black, Bruce Dern, Robert Towne and Henry Jaglom (although Towne and Jaglom became better known as screenwriter and director, respectively). Several younger actors who became familiar TV faces in later years were also featured in small supporting roles, including David Ogden Stiers (M*A*S*H), Cindy Williams (Laverne & Shirley) and Michael Warren (Hill St Blues), who (like Tepper) was also a former collegiate basketball player. It was filmed on the campus of the University of Oregon and other locations in Eugene, Oregon. The film is also notable for its then-controversial use of profanity, its depictions of sex and drug use, and for several scenes of male frontal nudity, including a locker-room shower scene, and the mental breakdown scene in which Gabriel (Margotta) is shown frontally nude, which led to an attempt by the censor to give the film an X rating.

Hero for a Day (1939)

A night watchman (Charley Grapewin), once a football star, suits up one last time for his alma mater.

The Bull Of The West (1972)

A drifter (Brian Keith) and his buddy come to Wyoming; foreman Trampas (Doug McClure) tries to help a rancher (Charles Bronson).

While the City Sleeps (1928)

While the City Sleeps is a 1928 American silent crime drama film about a tough New York City police detective, played by Lon Chaney, out to get a murdering gangster. The film was directed by Jack Conway and co-stars Anita Page, Carroll Nye, Wheeler Oakman, and Mae Busch.

Thunder (1982)

A train operator's obsession with being on time leads to tragedy for his family.

The Incredible Genie (1999)

A 13-year-old (Matt Koruba) finds a genie, whose rusty powers land him and his new master in trouble.

Once Upon a Time in Queens (2013)

Once Upon a Time in Queens is a 2013 American post-mob film written and directed by David Rodriguez, starring Paul Sorvino, Michael Rapaport and Chazz Palminteri.

Dead Creatures (2001)

Women with a disease which forces them to be cannibals support one another.

Mamele (1938)

Mamele is a Yiddish Language Polish musical film made in 1938.

Harold Teen (1928)

Harold Teen is a 1928 American comedy film directed by Mervyn LeRoy and written by Thomas J. Geraghty. It is based on the comic strip Harold Teen by Carl Ed. The film stars Arthur Lake, Mary Brian, Lucien Littlefield, Jack Duffy, Alice White and Jack Egan. The film was released on April 29, 1928, by First National Pictures.

Time Burst: The Final Alliance (1989)

A CIA agent (Michiko) and a bulletproof amnesiac (Scott David King) join a chase for Japanese tablets of immortality.

She Makes Comics (2014)

She Makes Comics traces the fascinating history of women in the comics industry. Despite popular assumptions about the comics world, women have been writing, drawing, and reading comics since the medium’s beginnings in the late 19th century. And today, there are scores of women involved in comics and its vibrant fan culture.

The Art Dealer (2015)

The Art Dealer (French title: L'Antiquaire) is a 2015 French thriller drama film produced and directed by François Margolin. The film is about a young woman's quest to recover the collection of paintings stolen from her Jewish family during the Second World War. It was released in France on 18 March 2015.

El Canto del Colibrí (2015)

Filmmaker Marco Castro-Bojorquez explores the relationships between Latino immigrant fathers and their LGBTQ family members.

Game Face (2015)

Game Face is a 2015 sports documentary film directed by Michiel Thomas and produced by Mark Schoen. The documentary revolves around two LGBTQ American athletes, professional mixed martial artist Fallon Fox and college basketball player Terrence Clemens. Both stories run parallel to each other to follow the journey of the first transgender woman professional MMA fighter and Clemens, a closeted gay male, who gets accepted to play basketball in Oklahoma. The film follows both athletes through their coming out process with the support of their friends and family.

Alex & Ali (2014)

Alex, a gay American Peace Corp volunteer, moves to Iran in 1968 and falls in love with Ali. Prior to the revolution, Alex is forced to leave the country and Ali behind until they reunite in Turkey 35 years later.

Sweet Mama (1930)

Sweet Mama is a 1930 American Pre-Code talkie comedy drama film with songs, which was directed by Edward F. Cline and produced and distributed by First National Pictures. The movie stars Alice White, David Manners, Kenneth Thomson and Rita Flynn. Planned as a full-scale musical, and released as such for a short time in the summer of 1930, most of the songs were cut from general release prints by the autumn of 1930 due to the public's aversion for musicals.

Gaslight (1940)

Twenty years after the murder of Alice Barlow, her house is finally occupied again. However, the husband of the couple who have moved in has a secret which he will do anything to keep hidden.

A Hungarian Fairy Tale (1987)

A Hungarian Fairy Tale is a 1987 Hungarian film directed by Gyula Gazdag.

Day of Reckoning (1933)

Day of Reckoning is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film starring Richard Dix, Madge Evans and Conway Tearle. It is based on a novel by Morris Lavine. When a man is sent to prison, his wife is romanced by another man.

Scouts Honor: Inside a Marching Brotherhood (2016)

Three young men enter the competitive world of drum and bugle corps. They spend nine months in countless hours of rehearsal, physical training, and adapting to life on the road for a shot at performing in the Drum Corps International Championship.