Ripped Off (1971)
Framed for killing his manager, a boxer (Robert Blake) hides from a detective (Ernest Borgnine) and tries to find the killer.
The Summoning (2015)
When a remarried widow summons her dead husband for a final night together, he wants to stay and get his family back.
The Infinite Border (2007)
Migrant workers in Central America embark on a dangerous journey to the United States.
The Reincarnate (1971)
An unsung sculptor (Jay Reynolds) receives a doomed lawyer's (Jack Creley) spirit in a cult ritual featuring a sacrifice.
The Prophet, the Gold and the Transylvanians (1979)
While on a mission to bring their brother back to Transylvania, two peasants help the residents of a Utah mining village break free of a dictator's grasp.
Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective (1990)
The pulp private eye (Marc Singer) links murder, a movie mogul's wife (Tracy Scoggins) and red nail polish in 1940s Hollywood.
Wedding Rehearsal (1932)
Fun-loving bachelor Reginald Candysshe, the Marquis of Buckminster (Roland Young), sees his easygoing life coming to an end when his imperious grandmother (Kate Cutler) insists he marry a suitable woman and start a family. The dowager's leading candidates are twin sisters Lady Mary Rose Wroxbury (Wendy Barrie) and Lady Rose Mary Wroxbury (Joan Gardner), both of whom are already in love with others. Reginald endeavors to help the sisters' romantic lives to keep from having to marry one himself.
The Lone Wolf Strikes (1940)
Former jewel thief Michael Lanyard (Warren William) recovers stolen pearls for an heiress (Joan Perry).
Breakfast With Jonny Wilkinson (2013)
Seven people turn up at the Greyhawks Rugby Club to watch the Rugby World Cup Final.
The Long Haul (1957)
A GI (Victor Mature) stays in England with his wife and drives a truck for a blonde (Diana Dors) and a racketeer.
The Nothing Men (2010)
Tension mounts as some factory workers begin to suspect that a new employee (David Field) has been sent to spy on them.
Letter of Introduction (1938)
A budding actress (Andrea Leeds) learns from her late mother's letter that she is the daughter of a famous actor (Adolphe Menjou).
Parnelli Jones and Mickey Thompson appear in this focus on off-road racing.
My Best Gal (1944)
A girl (Jane Withers) from a show-business family seeks a backer for her boyfriend's (Jimmy Lydon) musical.
The Fall of the House of Usher (1950)
Believing his sister (Gwendoline Watford) is dead, mad aristocrat Roderick Usher (Kay Tendeter) buries her alive.
His Greatest Gamble (1934)
A man (Richard Dix) escapes from jail in France to free his daughter (Dorothy Wilson) from her mother's hold.
Remote Control (1987)
A video clerk (Kevin Dillon), his girlfriend (Deborah Goodrich) and his boss (Christopher Wynne) discover a 1950s sci-fi video made by aliens.
That's Entertainment, Part 2 (1976)
Hosted by Hollywood legends Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire, this production revisits an impressive array of classic MGM movie moments. In addition to featuring many musical numbers, the film presents scenes both hilarious and heartbreaking. Among the many stars included are Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Clark Gable, Greta Garbo and the Marx Brothers, though arguably nothing is as showstopping as the exclusive dance routines performed by Kelly and Astaire together.
An Anti American (2014)
Tom and Vernon stumble into an abandoned building for shelter, and enter a world of shadows and nightmares that drives them into a vortex of madness.
Die, Monster, Die! (1965)
Scientist Stephen Reinhart (Nick Adams) travels to a small town where he plans to visit his fiance Susan Witley (Suzan Farmer) and meet her parents. Oddly, when he arrives, the townspeople are unfriendly. At Susan's parents' estate, her father, Nahum (Boris Karloff), is acting suspiciously and her mother, Letitia (Freda Jackson), is hidden away in a bedroom. When Stephen and Susan begin investigating the strange behavior in town, they realize that a radioactive meteor is to blame.
Saturday, Sunday and Monday (1990)
An aging Italian (Sophia Loren) fears that her jealous husband (Luca De Filippo) is losing interest in her; he thinks she's having an affair.
Man and a Colt (1967)
A gunman must kill a revolutionary doctor but changes his mind and fights for them instead.
Ek Nai Paheli (1984)
A released film about unusual relationships directed by K. Balachander. Starring Kamal Haasan, Raaj Kumar, Hema Malini, and Padmini Kolhapure.
The Anniversary (1968)
Though her husband has been dead for a decade, Mrs. Taggart (Bette Davis) uses her wedding anniversary as an occasion to torment her three adult sons. This year, Tom (Christian Roberts) must confess that he has impregnated his fiance, Shirley (Elaine Taylor). Middle son Terry (Jack Hedley) must guiltily explain why he wants to escape with his wife and children to Canada. And Henry (James Cossins), the eldest, finds himself threatened with blackmail because of his transvestitism.
Fatal Run (2000)
Desperate for money, a man (Stefano Dionisi) transports a large amount of drugs to Amsterdam.
Meet Me on Broadway (1946)
Unable to make headway in the cutthroat world of Broadway, amateur director Eddie Dolan (Fred Brady) decides to mount a show for the well-connected patrons of a posh country club. Eddie and his girlfriend, actress Ann Stallings (Marjorie Reynolds), hope the production will launch their legitimate Broadway careers. But complications arise when the daughter of a wealthy country club owner, Maxine Whittaker (Jinx Falkenburg), becomes romantically interested in charming Eddie.
The Legend of Machine Gun Kelly (1974)
A fact-based account of FBI Bureau Chief Melvin Purvis' singleminded quest to stop Machine Gun Kelly's reign of terror.
South of the Rio Grande (1932)
A Mexican mounted policeman (Buck Jones) tricks rural crooks with his disguise.
Space Ninja: The Animated Movie (2016)
A cybernetic ninja protects spaceship dwellers from a demon lord.
The Harmony Trail (1944)
Three cowboys (Eddie Dean, Ken Maynard, Max Terhune) join a medicine show to track down bank robbers.
Black Magic Rites (1973)
Satanists sacrifice maidens in an attempt to resurrect a witch (Rita Calderoni) who was burned at the stake 400 years earlier.
The Queen and I (2008)
Iranian Filmmaker Nahid Persson Sarvestani chronicles the day-to-day life of Farah Pahlavi, the last queen of Iran and former wife of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi. Farah has been living in exile in Paris since 1979 and now spends most of her time responding to letters. Sarvestani, who participated in the ousting of the Shah in her youth and endured personal tragedy following the Iranian Revolution, strikes up an unlikely friendship with Farah as the two discuss their country's tumultuous history.
Ashok knows the psychology of women and helps men win their hearts.
Cold Feet (1984)
Two Manhattanites (Griffin Dunne, Marissa Chibas) lose their mates, try blind dates and warily give romance another try.
Ranvir and Rajvir along with their parents move to Mumbai. They endure numerous hardships, but their will to survive prevails and they succeed.
Inside the Lines (1930)
During World War I, the paths of an officer in the English secret service and a German spy converge in Gibraltar.
River's End (2005)
A small-town sheriff (Barry Corbin) challenges his troubled grandson (Sam Huntington) to canoe down a rugged river.
A straight man's (Adrin Suar) participation in a gay rally causes a misunderstanding which helps him overcome his shyness with women.
Cockeyed Cavaliers (1934)
A kleptomaniac (Bert Wheeler) and his sidekick (Robert Woolsey) are mistaken for the king's physicians in medieval England.
Great Expectations (1917)
Based on the story by Charles Dickens. A boy's life is deeply influenced by an encounter with an escaped prisoner.
Laxdale Hall (1953)
Members of Parliament and poachers visit a Scottish village where five people refuse to pay road tax.
The Red Siren (2002)
A mercenary (Asia Argento) protects a girl from European assassins hired by her powerful, murderous mother (Frances Barber).
Willi lives on the streets and plans to rob a supermarket to help himself and a young woman he befriends.
Scream Bloody Murder (1972)
Returning home from an asylum for his father's murder, a young man continues on a homicidal path.
A Long Ride From Hell (1970)
Wrongly imprisoned for rustling, a rancher (Steve Reeves) escapes from jail and seeks revenge for his brother's death.
Airmen become stranded in Germany.
Esio Trot (2015)
Retired bachelor Mr. Hoppy is hopelessly in love with his neighbor Mrs. Silver, but she is only interested in her pet tortoise Alfie, until Mr. Hoppy hatches an audacious plan to win her love.
In August, when Madrid's upper and middle classes escape the unbearable heat of the city for beach holidays, three poor inner-city teenagers are left in their crumbling neighborhood looking for ways to get by. Aimless Rai (Críspulo Cabezas) becomes a petty thief affiliated with a local gang. Javi (Timy) sees his parents teeter on the brink of divorce due to their financial struggles. Manu (Eloi Yebra) attempts to deliver pizzas despite not owning a car or bike.
The Invincible One (1983)
Rivalry between two textile workers leads to an outbreak of martial-arts violence.
Midsomer Murders: Dead Man's Eleven (1997)
A village is shocked when a businessman's wife is killed and another villager turns up dead at a cricket match.
Too Hot to Handle (1975)
An international hit woman (Cheri Caffaro) fights mobsters in Manila.
Fabrizio finds refuge from thugs in a convent, and passion in the arms of Lucrezia Borgia.
Gildersleeve on Broadway (1943)
Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve (Harold Peary) meets a rich widow (Billie Burke) and a gold digger (Claire Carleton) in New York.
The Squaw Man (1931)
Englishman Jim Wingate (Warner Baxter) loves Lady Diana Kerhill (Eleanor Boardman), who's married to his cousin, an earl charged with embezzlement. Jim courageously takes the blame for the crime to clear the earl's name, then escapes to the American frontier for a fresh start. He marries Naturach (Lupe Velez), a beautiful Native American, but their bliss is interrupted when, following the earl's death, Lady Diana tracks Jim down, planning to confess she's always secretly yearned for him.
The Arrangement (1998)
A detective (Michael Ironside) and his partner try to protect a stripper (Lori Petty) who witnessed a drug-related mob killing.
The Common Law (1931)
A chic kept woman (Constance Bennett) walks out on her benefactor (Lew Cody) and becomes an artist's (Joel McCrea) model in Paris.
Moon in Scorpio (1987)
A veteran (John Phillip Law), his bride (Britt Ekland) and friends are trapped on a yacht with their war-related nightmares.
Meet the Boy Friend (1937)
A radio crooner's (David Carlyle) sponsor insures him against marriage, despite his girlfriend (Carol Hughes).
Fisherman's Wharf (1940)
Meddling relatives divide an Italian fisherman (Leo Carrillo) and his foster son (Bobby Breen) in San Francisco.
I Can Make You Love Me (1993)
A Silicon Valley engineer (Brooke Shields) cannot escape a co-worker (Richard Thomas) who has become obsessed with her.
Patti Rocks (1987)
Billy Regis (Chris Mulkey), a serial philanderer with an epically foul mouth, is less than delighted to hear that his downriver girlfriend Patti Rocks (Karen Landry) is pregnant with his child. To complicate matters, Billy has neglected to inform Patti about his wife and kids in Minneapolis. A frantic Billy persuades his straitlaced best friend, Eddie Hassit (John Jenkins), to come with him on a debauched overnight road trip to find Patti, admit his sins and persuade her to have an abortion.
Robot Monster (1953)
Earthlings (George Nader, Claudia Barrett, Selena Royle) flee from the Ro-Man, a martian in a gorilla suit with a diving helmet.
White Fire (1954)
American sailor Gregor (Scott Brady) gets a few days off when his ship stops in London, so he decides to visit his brother, who's living in the area. But he learns that his sibling has been convicted of murder and is awaiting execution. Shocked, Gregor begins investigating the matter himself. He meets nightclub singer Yvonne (Mary Castle), who's involved with gangsters she thinks could have framed Gregor's brother. Unfortunately, the crooks get rough when they find the pair poking around.
Danger on Wheels (1940)
A test driver (Richard Arlen) tries racing with his girlfriend's (Peggy Moran) father's new engine.
Paramount on Parade (1930)
Maurice Chevalier, Clara Bow, Skeets Gallagher, Fay Wray, Jean Arthur, William Powell, Gary Cooper and other studio stars appear in skits and musical numbers.
A Twist of the Knife (1993)
An amateur-sleuth doctor (Dick Van Dyke) helps an accused colleague (Suzanne Pleshette) after her new technique kills a patient.
The First Legion (1951)
The Rev. Marc Anoux (Charles Boyer) contentedly led his seminary for many years, but has recently begun to have doubts. His old life as an attorney haunts him, and Marc wonders if he made the right choice by leaving it all behind. His troubles escalate when Monsignor Michael Carey (William Demarest) claims to have experienced a miracle in the presence of the local doctor (Lyle Bettger). Marc's investigation forces him to re-examine his relationships and confront his spiritual crisis.
Pit Stop (1969)
The owner of a racing organization hires a reckless stock car driver who is determined to win at any cost.
Living in their broken-down car, a young couple (David Dastmalchian, Kim Shaw) scams strangers to support their heroin addiction.
Arson Squad (1945)
The chief (Frank Albertson) of the arson squad and an insurance sleuth (Robert Armstrong) solve a series of warehouse fires.
Tiger Brigades (2006)
The exploits of France's first motorized police brigade.
The Beat Generation (1959)
A police sergeant (Steve Cochran) and his partner search West Coast coffee houses for a beatnik rapist (Ray Danton).
Teen Vamp (1988)
The bite of a roadhouse tramp turns a square '50s teen (Beau Bishop) into a cool vampire with a girlfriend (Angie Brown).
Naked Eye (2014)
The artistic and existential universe of singer Ney Matogrosso.
Carlo Goldoni: Venice Grand Theatre of the World (2007)
Goldoni uses comedy in the 1700s to show the true face of the bourgeois.
A blind, reclusive war veteran (Alec Newman) begins a desperate search after street toughs steal his guide dog.
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.
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.
Stamping Ground (1971)
Santana, Pink Floyd and the Byrds are among the musicians performing at a rock concert taped in 1970 Holland.
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.
Triple Justice (1940)
An out-of-town cowboy (George O'Brien) shows up for a wedding in the company of bank robbers.
High Stakes (1931)
A schemer (Mae Murray) marries a man (Edward Martindel) for his money, but his brother blows the whistle.
When We Were Boys (2013)
In the winter of 1967, friends unite to become a formative hockey team during the Christmas holiday.
Raggedy Rose (1926)
A poor woman (Mabel Normand) dreams of romance with a wealthy bachelor (Carl Miller).
Something New (1920)
An American (Bert Van Tuyle) rescues a female writer (Nell Shipman) kidnapped by Mexican bandits.
Prototype X29A (1992)
An experiment goes wrong, producing a half-man, half-robot killer in 2057 Los Angeles.
Up Against Amanda (2001)
A former mental patient will stop at nothing to have her married neighbor all to herself.
Tensions rise when a man (Noah Silver), his girlfriend (Olivia Crocicchia) and another couple (Brittany Allen, Alex Beh) gather at a mansion for a weekend getaway.
California Joe (1943)
An undercover Union Cavalry officer (Don "Red" Barry) stops Confederate sympathizers during the Civil War.
Satan's Blade (1984)
A man living near a remote mountain resort begins terrorizing the ski lodge after he is possessed by the evil spirit of an ancient mountain man.
Students in a Spanish school discuss the destination of their graduation trip.
Harmon of Michigan (1941)
An All-American (Tom Harmon) marries his sweetheart (Anita Louise), turns pro and winds up assisting his old football coach.
Black Gunn (1972)
Life is good for Gunn (Jim Brown). Not only does he live in a huge Los Angeles mansion with his beautiful girlfriend (Brenda Sykes), he's also converted it into one of the most most happening clubs in the city. But life isn't as good for his little brother, Scotty, a troubled Vietnam vet involved with a group of black militants. When Scotty and the radicals rob a gambling parlor owned by the mob, the gangsters strike back, and Scotty ends up dead. Now Gunn is out for revenge.
Big Boss of Shanghai (1979)
A scheming gangster pits two friends who are fighting champions against each other.
To Fool a Thief (2013)
Two thieves meet while trying to steal the same piece of art from a museum. They team up to steal a rare bottle from a bank vault and discover nothing is what it appears to be.
My Very Best Friend (2007)
Esteban and Maxime are inseparable, but their friendship is threatened when Esteban's family plans a move to Spain. To prevent this from becoming a reality, the two boys dream up a plan to stay together.
Juan, I Forgot I Don't Remember (1999)
Friends and colleagues have difficulty remembering literary great Juan Rulfo.
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.
Dangerous Holiday (1937)
A violin prodigy (Ra Hould) runs away from home and leads the police to a gangster hide-out.
We Shall Overcome (2006)
A boy challenges his school's repressive authority.