Exit the Dragon, Enter the Tiger (1976)

Exit the Dragon, Enter the Tiger (Chinese title: 天皇巨星; Cantonese: Tian huang ju xing), also released as Bruce Lee: The Star of Stars, is a 1976 Bruceploitation film starring Bruce Li. The title is a play on the Bruce Lee film Enter the Dragon and is one of the most well-known films in the Bruceploitation genre.

Class Dismissed (2015)

A family in Los Angeles pulls their kids out of school to take their education into their own hands.

Alientampon (2015)

Elvis On Tour (1972)

Fifteen cities. Fifteen nights. Catch him if you can! The show is over but the fans cry out for what every Elvis Presley fan wants. More! Then, an announcer speaks the words the packed house doesn’t want to hear: "Elvis has left the building." But what an incredible show that lingers in minds and hearts. Elvis on Tour is the Golden Globe-winning Best Documentary chronicle of Presley's whirlwind 15-cities/15-nights 1972 tour. They are nights to remember, paced here with more than 25 numbers that embrace the rocker Elvis, the gospel Elvis, the ballad Elvis, even the kung-fu Elvis. In between tour stops come more moments to treasure--montage sequences (supervised by Martin Scorsese) showcasing Presley's early career and movies.

Eddie of the Realms Eternal (2015)

The Eastmans (2009)

Speed (1959)

Lotna is a Polish war film released in 1959 and directed by Andrzej Wajda.

Inadequate People (2010)

Inadequate People (Russian: Неадекватные люди, translit. Neadekvatnye lyudi) is a 2011 Russian comedy film directed by Roman Karimov.

The Track Meet (2010)

Kindred (2014)

The Thief and the Stripper (1959)

Dante's Lunch (2017)

Prelude 12 (1996)

Bomb Patrol Afganistan (2011)

Casque (2012)

Love at the End of Earth (2017)

Twoyoungmen, UT. (2009)

Harmonica (1974)

Qiu Jin (1983)

Qiu Jin (Chinese: 秋瑾), also known as Qiu Jin: A Revolutionary, is a 1983 Chinese biographical film co-written and directed by Xie Jin, starring Li Xiuming as the revolutionary Qiu Jin. The film also features Li Zhiyu, Chen Xiguang, Yu Shizhi, Wang Fuli, Huang Meiying, Cong Shan, Zhang Kezhong, Wu Wenlun, and Shi Weijian in supporting performances. The film based on the real life of Qiu Jin, focusing on her efforts in the 1900s to overthrow the corruption Qing Empire. The film was released in 1983 in China. In 1984, the film won two Golden Rooster Awards including Best Supporting Actor and Best Props.

Gents in a Jam (1952)

Gents in a Jam is the 141st short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1952 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Ascendance: The Angels of Change Documentary (2015)

The Epic of Epic Epicness (2015)

Reins of Hope Movie (2016)

East Side - West Side (1923)

East Side - West Side is a 1923 American silent drama film. Directed by Irving Cummings, the film stars Kenneth Harlan, Eileen Percy, and Maxine Elliott Hicks. It was released on June 1, 1923.

Noel Gallagher: Sitting Here In Silence (2006)

Leopard Vision: vol.1 (2015)

Tiny Little Words (2012)

Abuelitos (1999)

Psych-Burn (1968)

One Live Ghost (1936)

Septiembres (2007)

The World Is Burning (2014)

Overwatch: Infiltration (2016)

Homeless Angel (1941)

Horse/Kappa/House (1995)

Sound of Peace (1997)

The OceanMaker (2014)

Counting the Days (2005)

La Puppé (2003)

E Haku Inoa: To Weave a Name (2013)

Nat King Cole: The Incomparable Nat King Cole Volume 1 (1991)

The Mummy's Dungeon (1993)

Transition of Power: The Presidency (2017)

Behind the Nudist Curtain (1964)

Behind the Nudist Curtain is an American 1964 nudist film produced and directed by Doris Wishman.

World War 1: American Legacy (2006)

Darkling (2014)

Curious Obsessions (2006)

Exclusive (1992)

Mass murder at a nightclub puts an anchorwoman (Suzanne Somers) onto a story which soon hits too close to home.

Ek Chitthi Pyar Bhari (1985)

Ek Chitthi Pyar Bhari is a 1985 Hindi Drama film, starring Raj Babbar and Reena Roy and directed by Vijay Sadanah.

Everybody Wants To Be Italian (2007)

Everybody Wants to Be Italian is a 2007 American romantic comedy film written and directed by Jason Todd Ipson. The screenplay focuses on the relationship between a blue collar worker and a veterinarian. The film premiered at the Boston Film Festival on September 18, 2007 and released theatrically in the United States on September 5, 2008.

Elves (1989)

Elves is a 1989 American horror film directed by Jeffrey Mandel and starring Dan Haggerty, Deanna Lund, and Ken Carpenter.

El nido (1980)

The Nest (Spanish: El Nido) is a 1980 Spanish drama film written and directed by Jaime de Armiñán, starring Héctor Alterio and Ana Torrent.The plot follows the emotionally intense relationship between an old widower and a precocious thirteen-year-old girl. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 53rd Academy Awards.

Rascal (1969)

Rascal is a 1969 comedy-drama film adaptation made by Walt Disney Productions based on a book Rascal by Sterling North about a young man and his pet raccoon set in Wisconsin.

The Return Of Count Yorga (1971)

A San Francisco orphanage becomes the site of strange disappearances when a vampire moves into the neighborhood.

Race You To The Bottom (2005)

Bisexual Nathan, a travel writer, invites Maggie to accompany him on a business trip through the Napa Valley, and the journey forces them to confront the complexities of their relationship. However, their live-in boyfriends back in Los Angeles are unaware that the two have been having an affair for months.

Rising Stars (2010)

Rising Stars is a 2010 American teen musical drama film. The film was directed by Dan Millican. Rising Stars stars Kyle Riabko, Lauren Ashley Carter, Leon Thomas III, Fisher Stevens, Barry Corbin, and Rebecca St. James and follows three teen musical groups competing in a music video competition. The film is distributed by Screen Media Films and was released to three theaters on October 22, 2010.

Roseland (1977)

Roseland is a 1977 Merchant Ivory Productions' anthology film with a screenplay by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. It was directed by James Ivory and produced by Ismail Merchant. The film is made up of three connected short features, The Waltz, The Hustle and The Peabody. All three stories share a theme of the protagonists trying to find the right dance partner, and all are set in the Roseland Ballroom in New York City.

Reincarnation (2007)

"Reincarnation" is a poetic documentary on one of the greatest American artists Isadora Duncan living through her followers at the present time. Mysteriously, after over the century passed from the time she lived, Isadora imposes her art and philosophy on contemporary artists who are compelled to keep doing her movement and preserve her choreography, though it seems to be quite outdated. One of the offspring of Isadora, one of her reincarnations is the founder and artistic director of "Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation" Lori Belilove. Through Lori's life and work, through the art of her students and company members, through the lines of a theatrical play conceived by Lori, the image and entire persona of Isadora Duncan comes alive.

Random Encounter (1998)

Random Encounter is a 1998 movie directed by Douglas Jackson and written by Matt Dorff. It stars Elizabeth Berkley as a young and rising public relations executive who meets a strange man after a cocktail party, and is framed for murder.

Restraining Order (1999)

Restraining Order is a 1999 crime thriller film directed by Lee H. Katzin. It stars Eric Roberts and Hannes Jaenicke.

The Recipe (2010)

The Recipe is a 2010 South Korean film about a television producer who finds out many surprising truths while tracking down the story about a mysterious bean paste stew. Behind the captivating taste lies a woman’s unfortunate life and love story.

Redemption (2012)

A grieving sheriff buries his daughter, then learns that a man has been robbing graves. He is forced to examine his beliefs on mercy, justice and redemption as he tracks him down.

Rich Kids (1979)

Rich Kids is a 1979 film directed by Robert M. Young and starring Trini Alvarado and Jeremy Levy. It was nominated for two Young Artist Awards at the 1st Youth in Film Awards, held in 1979.

The Rats Are Coming! The Werewolves Are Here! (1972)

The Rats Are Coming! The Werewolves Are Here! is a 1972 American film written and directed by Andy Milligan.

Raiders of the Living Dead (1986)

Raiders of the Living Dead is a 1986 motion picture, a zombie horror film directed by Samuel M. Sherman from a script he co-wrote with Brett Piper.

Honeymoon From Hell (2016)

On her honeymoon, a woman learns a girl who died of a broken heart haunts the bed and breakfast that she and her husband are staying in. When a hurricane strands them at the house, she learns the legends about the ghost are all too real.

Boy Friend (1939)

Boy Friend is a 1939 American comedy film directed by James Tinling and written by Joseph Hoffman and Barry Trivers. The film stars Jane Withers, Arleen Whelan, George Ernest, Richard Bond, Douglas Fowley and Warren Hymer. The film was released on May 19, 1939, by 20th Century Fox.

The Lion Who Thought He Was People (1971)

Two people try to return a London zoo lion to its native environment.

Follow My Voice: With the Music of Hedwig (2006)

Filmmaker Katherine Linton examines the lives of four homosexual and transgendered teenagers.

Pineapple (2006)

After his cheating wife files for divorce and full custody of their daughter Andrew finds himself teetering between a life of drug addiction and sobriety. His only solace is found in the arms of an exotic dancer. As their relationship intensifies she begins to pull him out of sobriety and farther down the dark road of drug addiction and sexual experimentation.

Space Marines (1996)

Space Marines is a 1996 film.

Stolen Life (1998)

Stolen Life (original title: Voleur de vie) is a 1998 French drama film directed and co-written by Yves Angelo and starring Emmanuelle Béart and Sandrine Bonnaire. It is based on a novel by Icelandic author Steinunn Sigurðardóttir.

Hermanas (2005)

Hermanas is a 2005 drama film written and directed by Julia Solomonoff, her first feature motion picture. The picture has a number of producers, including: Mariela Besuievski, Pablo Bossi, Florencia Enghel, Gerardo Herrero, Vanessa Ragone, Walter Salles, and Ariel Saúl. The film features Valeria Bertuccelli, Ingrid Rubio, among others.

Crazed Fruit (1981)

Crazy Fruit aka Crazed Fruit is a 1981 Japanese film in Nikkatsu's Roman porno series, directed by Kichitaro Negishi. Both this film and the earlier (1956) version by Nikkatsu, Crazed Fruit, were based on a novel of the same name by Shintaro Ishihara.

Familia (1997)

A lonely man hires a troupe of actors to pose as his family to spice up his birthday celebration.

Beezy Bear (1955)

Donald and the park ranger have words over the fact that Donald feels a bear is stealing his honey but cannot identify him. The bear, Humphrey, keeps trying to steal the honey but the bees outsmart him. When Donald finds him trying to siphon honey out of the hose, he fills the hose with water and Donald, Humphrey and the ranger all wind up being splattered into the water pond. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

Tomahawk (1951)

Tomahawk is a 1951 Technicolor Western film directed by George Sherman starring Van Heflin and Yvonne De Carlo. The film is loosely based on events that took place in Wyoming in 1866-8 around Fort Phil Kearny on the Bozeman Trail. In the UK the film was released as The Battle of Powder River.

She Lives Her Life (2015)

A pawn shop worker named Betsy lives her life in a sequence of 12 chapters.

Drawn in Blood (2006)

Marian (Anna Fin) travels to Berlin with a friend after her brother Michael commits suicide. They fear for their lives when they discover a neighbor's lovers are turning up dead and Michael might have been murdered.

Canyon Crossroads (1955)

Canyon Crossroads is a 1955 American Western film directed by Alfred L. Werker and stars Richard Basehart, Phyllis Kirk and Stephen Elliott.

Johnny Holiday (1949)

Johnny Holiday is a 1949 American crime film directed by Willis Goldbeck and written by Jack Andrews, Willis Goldbeck and Frederick Stephani. The film stars William Bendix, Stanley Clements, Hoagy Carmichael, Allen Martin Jr., Greta Granstedt and Herbert Newcomb. The film was released on November 18, 1949, by United Artists.

The Hi-Line (2000)

The Hi-Line is a 1999 film by Ron Judkins which is set in the Hi-Line region of the U.S. state of Montana. The film stars Rachael Leigh Cook and Ryan Alosio. The Hi-Line is a drama in which a man, actor Ryan Alosio, pretending to be a "headhunter" for a Chicago-based retail chain arrives in a small Montana town and contacts a young woman with an offer to interview her for a job. She is still living with what she believes to be her parents. In reality, the "headhunter" has actually been sent by a friend, who is serving a sentence in the Joliet, Illinois prison, to find the young woman and let her know who her real father and mother are. Her father, in Joliet, is about to die while in prison; her mother lives outside of another small Montana town near Havre. When the two split apart, they put the newborn girl up for adoption. She was never told she was adopted, and when she learns the news, she travels to confront her real mother out of anger. The "headhunter" goes with her, and the two develop a romantic relationship on the way.

Desperate Cargo (1941)

Desperate Cargo is a 1941 American film directed by William Beaudine and based on the 1937 Argosy magazine serial Loot Below by Eustace Lane Adams. The film stars Ralph Byrd and Carol Hughes. The supporting cast includes Julie Duncan and Jack Mulhall.

Last Of The Wild Horses (1948)

Last of the Wild Horses is a 1948 American Western film starring Jane Frazee. It was featured in episode 611 of Mystery Science Theatre 3000. Filming took place in Jacksonville, Oregon, USA, Medford, Oregon, USA and Rogue River Valley, Oregon, USA.

The Convent (2000)

The Convent is a 2000 horror film directed by Mike Mendez. The film had its world premiere on 21 January 2000 at the Sundance Film Festival and follows a group of college students that go into an abandoned convent, only to discover that it is inhabited by demons intent on possessing them.

Transcend (2014)

Marathon champion Wesley Korir returns to Kenya to help his countrymen create better lives.

Hoodlum Empire (1952)

Hoodlum Empire is a 1952 American film noir directed by Joseph Kane, starring Brian Donlevy and Claire Trevor. It was inspired by the Kefauver Committee hearings dealing with organized crime.

Mi America (2015)

A detective (Robert Fontaine) investigates the brutal murders of five Hispanic migrant laborers in upstate New York.

The Last Buck Hunt (2013)

An unassuming cameraman is forced to take charge and hold his TV crew together when they begin pursuing a legendary buck that has been terrorizing locals for years.

PerfectMatch (2012)

Two people looking for love meet on a popular online dating site.

Sunshine Superman (2015)

Sunshine Superman is a 2014 American and Norwegian documentary film that depicts the life and death of Carl Boenish, an American freefall cinematographer considered the "father of BASE jumping." The film was produced and directed by Marah Strauch and produced by Eric Bruggemann. It is a co-production of Scissor Kick Films (US) and Flimmer Films, and co-producer Lars Løge (Norway). It premiered as an Opening Night film at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 4, 2014. It was released in North America by Magnolia Pictures on May 22, 2015 and later internationally by Universal Pictures. It had its North American broadcast premiere on CNN on January 17, 2016.

The Thundering Trail (1951)

The Thundering Trail is a 1951 American film produced and directed by Ron Ormond starring Lash LaRue and Al "Fuzzy" St. John. It was the ninth of LaRue's films for Ormond's Western Adventures Productions Inc. The film was the third to be released by Howco, Ron Ormond's new film company composed of Ormond and drive-in movie owners Joy N. Houck and J. Francis White, and Ormond's second film as director. The screenplay is co-written by Ormond's wife June Carr and Associate Producer Ira S. Webb. The film features a large amount of footage from previous Ormond LaRue Westerns.

Kill Me Three Times (2015)

While on a seemingly routine job, a jaded hit man (Simon Pegg) discovers that he's not the only one with his target in the crosshairs.

The Happy Time (1952)

The Happy Time is a 1952 American film directed by the award-winning director Richard Fleischer, based on the 1945 novel of the same name by Robert Fontaine, which Samuel A. Taylor turned into a hit play. A boy, played by Bobby Driscoll, comes of age in a close-knit French-Canadian family. The film stars Charles Boyer and Louis Jourdan as his father and uncle respectively. The play was also adapted into a musical in 1968 by composer John Kander, lyricist Fred Ebb, and librettist N. Richard Nash, and starred Robert Goulet. Included in the orchestra was the soloist john Serry Sr..

Clarity (2014)

With little time left, a mother embarks on a search to save her daughter's life, but ends up putting all their lives in jeopardy in a game of reverse Russian Roulette.

Eco-Teens Save The World! (2015)

Four teens use their bravery, wisdom and even a bit of eco-terrorism to save bald eagles from a corrupt politician's oil scheme.

I Do, I Do, I Do (2015)

I Do, I Do, I Do is a 2015 American-Canadian romantic comedy television film directed by Ron Oliver and starring Autumn Reeser. The film premiered on the Hallmark Channel on February 6, 2015.

In Plain Sight (2004)

A hit man (Todd Lawhorne) finds love while trying to figure out who is threatening his operation.

Starboard Light (2015)

Family members witness the evaporation of a century of memories when they sell their summer home on Cape Cod.

Don't Tell the Wife (1937)

Don't Tell the Wife is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Christy Cabanne using a screenplay by Nat Perrin adapted from the play, Once Over Lightly, written by George Holland. The film stars Guy Kibbee, Una Merkel, and Lynne Overman, with Lucille Ball, William Demarest, and Academy Award winner Hattie McDaniel in supporting roles. Produced by RKO Radio Pictures, it premiered in New York City on February 18, 1937, and was released nationwide on March 5.