Juvenile Jungle (1958)

Juvenile Jungle is a 1958 American crime film directed by William Witney and written by Arthur T. Horman. The film stars Corey Allen, Rebecca Welles, Richard Bakalyan, Anne Whitfield, Joe Di Reda and Joe Conley. The film was released on April 24, 1958, by Republic Pictures.

Fleisch (1979)

Fleisch is a German cult film by Rainer Erler about organ trafficking produced in 1979.

Citadel (2012)

Citadel is a 2012 Irish psychological horror film written and directed by Ciaran Foy, in his feature film debut. It was filmed in Glasgow, Scotland. The film stars Aneurin Barnard as Tommy, a widower who must raise his baby alone after an attack by a gang leaves his wife dead and him suffering from agoraphobia. It is an example of "hoodie horror".

Detective (2005)

A condemned prisoner reveals the truth behind his grisly crimes to the priest-turned-investigator who put him away.

Green Dolphin Street (1947)

Green Dolphin Street is a 1947 historical drama film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and based on the novel by Elizabeth Goudge.

Nymphs (Anonymous) (1968)

A gang of four lesbian inmates escapes from prison and kidnaps the boyfriend of a wealthy woman. She hires a tough private eye to find her boyfriend and rescue him.

Madama Butterfly (1986)

On the anniversary of the first success of Madama Butterfly in Brescia on 28th May 1904, Placido Domingo conducted, from the podium of Torre del Lago Puccini, Daniela Dessì, Fabio Armilato and Juan Pons in a new production by Stefano Monti with sets designed by Arnaldo Pomodoro and costumes of Maison Gattinoni. After Maria Stuarda, Thaïs and Agrippina Dynamic is proud to announce this new, prestigious, DVD release.

All Hallows' Eve (2013)

All Hallows' Eve is a 2013 horror movie that was directed by Damien Leone and marks his feature film directorial debut. It was released straight to DVD on October 29, 2013 and stars Mike Giannelli as a homicidal clown that terrorizes his victims. The movie incorporates scenes from two of Leone's earlier shorts, The 9th Circle and Terrifier, which also featured the character of Art the Clown.

Hack! (2007)

Hack! is a 2007 American horror film directed and written by Matt Flynn. The film centres on a group of students who, while on a field trip, become victims in a snuff film, and stars Danica McKellar, Jay Kenneth Johnson, William Forsythe, Sean Kanan, Juliet Landau, Justin Chon, Travis Schuldt, Adrienne Frantz and Gabrielle Richens. The film was released in the UK on July 20, 2007 before receiving a US release on December 11, 2007.

The Monkey's Paw (2013)

The Monkey's Paw is a 2013 American horror film based on the short story of the same name by author W. W. Jacobs. The film revolves around Jake Tilton who receives a mysterious monkey's paw talisman which grants him three wishes. The film was directed by Brett Simmons, written by Macon Blair and produced by Ross Otterman for TMP Films, and is a Chiller Films presentation. The film was released in theaters and video on demand on October 8, 2013, and received mostly negative reviews.

I Really Hate My Job (2007)

I Really Hate My Job is a 2007 British comedy film directed by Oliver Parker and starring Neve Campbell, Shirley Henderson, Alexandra Maria Lara, Anna Maxwell Martin, Oana Pellea, and Danny Huston as himself. It is an independent film distributed by TriStar Pictures and produced by 3DD Productions.

Pingu: Chillin' With Pingu (2004)

Who is Pingu? He's a charming and cheeky young penguin who lives in the snow and ice of the South Pole. Often finding himself in tricky and comical situations, the mischievous penguin meets the challenges of life head on, as he grows into a cooler and wiser penguin along the way. The award-winning, stop-frame calymation show appeals to millions of fans worldwide. Pingu has fun chillin' with his family and friends at their Arctic home, but that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the cool adventures of this humorous penguin. Penguins have feelings too, and Pingu experiences the joys and frustrations of kids everywhere in these fun-filled stories. But sometimes things get out of hand as the mischievous little penguin goes from one "ice-capade" to another!

Heidi Fleiss: The Would-be Madam of Crystal (2008)

Once upon a time, Heidi Fleiss had a dream: to make millions running a high-price escort service in Hollywood. Ten years and one jail sentence after that dream died, Heidi has another one: to open the first and only legal brothel catering exclusively to women, filled with a stable of studs willing and eager to satisfy every girl's fantasies.

Inside The Smiths (2007)

ANDY ROURKE and MIKE JOYCE were the legendary rhythm section behind THE SMITHS. For the first time on film they tell the story of what it was like being in one of the World's most celebrated and groundbreaking bands. What it was like working with MORRISSEY and JOHNNY MARR. Their unique song writing process and the relationships they formed in the five years they were together. Andy Rourke talks openly and honestly about the perilous drug addiction which threatened not only his position in one of the World's greatest bands but also his life. With contributions from Peter Hook (Joy Division / New Order) Buzzcocks, Mark E Smith (The Fall) Kaiser Chiefs, Matt

American Storytellers (2003)

Filmmaker Kevin Mukherji takes the viewer on a philosophical journey into the minds of four American Storytellers, giving the public an inside look into the thoughts and views of successful directors of motion pictures. John McNaughton (Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Wild Things), Harold Ramis (Animal House, Analyze This), Forest Whitaker (Waiting to Exhale, Last Kind of Scotland) and John Sayles (Lone Star, The HoneyDrippers) discuss what life, art, their starts and the process of filmmaking.

María Isabel (1967)

Maria Isabel, of indian descent, is destined to endure a life of servitude. From the country to the city, she must face the loss of what she loves most to those with power and a clearer skin.

NHL Stanley Cup Champions 2011: Boston Bruins (2011)

After a grueling 39 years, the glory is back in Beantown! Relive every unforgettable moment of the 2011 Boston Bruins journey to the Stanley Cup.

Sin Fronteras/Without Borders (2015)

What happens to the Mexican deported once they are sent back home? The amazing achievement of Sergio Tamai, founder of Angeles Sin Fronteras, who has created one of the most efficient shelter for the deported in Mexicali.

Border Shootout (1989)

Border Shootout (also known as Law at Randado) released in 1990, is a western starring Glenn Ford as Sheriff John Danaher, who returns to a town to enforce justice.

Rodney Dangerfield: It's Not Easy Bein' Me (1986)

ABC Special. Guests Aretha Franklin, Bill Murray, and Valerie Perrine join Rodney for a hilarious hour of comedy and music. Don't miss Rodney dancin' with the chorus in a wild rendition of "respect"

Critic's Choice (1963)

Critic's Choice is a 1963 film comedy directed by Don Weis. Based on the 1960 Broadway play of the same name by Ira Levin, the movie starred Bob Hope and Lucille Ball and included Rip Torn, Marilyn Maxwell, Jim Backus, Marie Windsor and Jerome Cowan in the cast. This was the last of four films that Hope and Ball made together.

Hysteria (1965)

Hysteria is a 1965 British murder mystery film directed by Freddie Francis, produced by Hammer Films and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film stars Robert Webber and Anthony Newlands.

Bells of Coronado (1950)

Bells of Coronado is a 1950 American film directed by William Witney and starring Roy Rogers.

Blind Man (2007)

Two filmmakers (Brian McGuire, Bret Roberts) hit the road to show their movie at the CineVegas International Film Festival.

Ranger of Cherokee Strip (1949)

Ranger of Cherokee Strip is a 1949 American Western film directed by Philip Ford and written by Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Monte Hale, Paul Hurst, Alix Talton, Roy Barcroft, Douglas Kennedy and George Meeker. The film was released on November 4, 1949, by Republic Pictures.

Apollo 12 (1996)

This film tells the true story of the disastrous Apollo 12, unveiling new details NASA never told us. It includes interviews with all three crewmembers and top officials, as well as other rare and never-before-seen footage.

Dear Murderer (1947)

Dear Murderer is a 1947 British thriller, directed by Arthur Crabtree for Gainsborough Pictures, and starring Eric Portman and Greta Gynt. The film was come to be regarded as one of the best movies made under the supervision of Sydney Box at Gainsborough.

Captain Boycott (1947)

Dashing Stewart Granger plays a young Irish farmer, Hugh, who along with his fellow villagers, is served an eviction notice by their landlord, Captain Boycott. They all decide to send the Captain to ‘moral Coventry’ by refusing to allow him local labour or supplies. The evictions continue and Boycott installs his daughter in one of the cottages. Hugh falls in love with her but she is bound by loyalty to her father. Who will win the land, and who will win her heart?

No Place Like Home (1989)

A Pittsburgh apartment superintendent loses his job and home when the apartment building where he lives and works at is suddenly destroyed by fire. Daniel and his family moves in with his brother but that doesn't last for long due to the two families not getting along with each other. The family moves from rundown hotels to homeless shelters as Daniel searches work as a electrician while his wife takes waitress jobs to try to make ends meet.

Apache Rose (1947)

Apache Rose is a 1947 American Trucolor Western film directed by William Witney and starring Roy Rogers. It was the first Roy Rogers Western shot in the process though most copies on DVD are in monochrome.

The Brass Legend (1956)

The Brass Legend is a 1956 American Western film directed by Gerd Oswald and written by Don Martin. The film stars Hugh O'Brian, Nancy Gates, Raymond Burr, Rebecca Welles, Donald MacDonald and Robert Burton. The film was released on December 12, 1956, by United Artists.

The Magic of Méliès (1997)

Many years before the movie industry became saturated with hundreds of movies using the same special effects and the same storyline, over and over, there existed an era in which people were truly wowed by venturing into a movie theater. In the past, movies represented an escape from everyday life. This film tells the story of a magician who singlehandedly revolutionized the filmmaking industry. Melies was a man who operated special effects decades before that phrase even existed in Hollywood. Using simple tools such as astronomy, his own paintings, and costume design, Melies created stunning visuals that captivated audiences worldwide.

Deadly Duo (1962)

Two identical twin sisters...one is very,very good--one is very, very bad. The good twin is due some big bucks. The bad twin wants 'em. Since they look just alike...look out.

Mud (2013)

Mud is a 2012 American coming-of-age drama film written and directed by Jeff Nichols. The film stars Matthew McConaughey, Tye Sheridan, Jacob Lofland, Sam Shepard, and Reese Witherspoon. The film competed for the Palme d'Or at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. It was shown at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2013. The film opened on April 26, 2013 with a limited release in select theaters, before having a wide release on May 10, 2013.

Shaolin Temple (1976)

Shaolin Temple a.k.a. Death Chambers is a Shaw Brothers film directed by Chang Cheh. It is one of the Shaolin Temple themed martial arts films and concerns their rebellion against the Qings, with an all-star cast featuring the second and third generations of Chang Cheh's stable of actors including David Chiang, Ti Lung, Alexander Fu Sheng and Chi Kuan-Chun, as well as cameo appearances by several of the actors that would later become collectively known as the Venoms mob. The film serves as a pseudo prequel to Five Shaolin Masters.

Invisible Invaders (1959)

Invisible Invaders is a 1959 science fiction film starring John Agar and John Carradine. It was produced by Robert E. Kent, directed by Edward L. Cahn and written by Samuel Newman.

Snow Beast (2011)

Snow Beast is a 2011 film. It stars John Schneider, Jason London, Danielle Chuchran, Paul D. Hunt, and Kari Hawker.

Confidence Girl (1952)

Confidence Girl is a 1952 American crime film written and directed by Andrew L. Stone. The film stars Tom Conway, Hillary Brooke, Eddie Marr, John Gallaudet, Jack Kruschen, Dan Riss and Walter Kingsford. The film was released on June 20, 1952, by United Artists.

Billy Turner's Secret (1992)

Billy Turner has a secret. He is gay. He keeps this secret from his best friend and macho man roommate Rufus. Billy has a boyfriend named Gregory. Rufus has a girlfriend Natasha who lives with them and who Rufus mistreats. Billy is upset about how Rufus treats Natasha. One day Natasha's sister Evelyn comes to visit catching Billy and his boyfriend Gregory. Even though Billy asks Evelyn to keep the secret, the truth comes out and Rufus explodes taking his fury out on his girlfriend and breaking his friendship with Billy.

Honeymoon Limited (1935)

Honeymoon Limited is a 1935 American film.

Hungry Hill (1947)

Hungry Hill is a 1947 British film directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring Margaret Lockwood, Dennis Price and Cecil Parker with a screenplay by Terence Young and Daphne du Maurier, from the novel by Daphne du Maurier.

Milk? (2014)

When an inquisitive man sets out to find the facts about milk, he learns more about the growing controversy surrounding it.

Cast Alaska (2011)

Angler Dave Holsman and his friends raft down white-water rivers and travel down streams in jet boats to catch a 30-inch rainbow trout in Alaska.

Hi De Ho (1937)

Hi De Ho is an American musical race movie. It was released in 1947. The film features an African-American cast. Cab Calloway is the star of Hi De Ho. In the film, he performs a variety of songs. Two of the most notable songs he performs in the movie are Minnie was a Hep Cat and St. James Infirmary. His orchestra aided him in delivering these performances. The orchestra that is featured in the film also provided other performers with incidental music. The Peters Sisters are singers that are featured in the movie, while the Miller Brothers are tap dancers that make an appearance in the film.

Santa Fe Passage (1955)

Santa Fe Passage is a 1955 Trucolor Western film directed by William Witney starring John Payne, Faith Domergue and Rod Cameron.

King of the Newsboys (1938)

King of the Newsboys is a 1938 American film directed by Bernard Vorhaus.

Curse of the Swamp Creature (1966)

Curse of the Swamp Creature is a 1966 American film directed by Larry Buchanan. Although Buchanan was producing low budget 16mm color remakes of American International Pictures sci-fi movies for television distribution around this time, he claimed this was an original even though it bears more than a few striking similarities to the 1957 AIP film Voodoo Woman.

Tomato Republic (2014)

Three people in a small Texas town compete for the unpaid position of mayor.

Pop Punk Zombies (2011)

Pop Punk Zombies is a 2011 American horror film directed by Steve Dayton and written by Brian Leis. Adam Hatfield stars as a greedy manager who brings back a punk band as zombies.

Plunderers of Painted Flats (1959)

Plunderers of Painted Flats is a 1959 American Western film directed by Albert C. Gannaway and written by John Greene and Phil Shuken. The film stars Corinne Calvet, John Carroll, Skip Homeier, George Macready, Edmund Lowe and Bea Benaderet. The film was released on January 23, 1959, by Republic Pictures.

My First Wife (1984)

My First Wife is a 1984 Australian drama film directed by Paul Cox. The film won several AFI Awards in 1984.

Mickey Virus (2013)

Mickey Virus is 2013 Bollywood comedy thriller, written & directed by Saurabh Varma. Mickey Virus is produced by DAR Motion Pictures in association with Trilogic Digital Media Limited & Awesome Films Pvt. Ltd. The film features Manish Paul, Elli Avram, Manish Choudhary, Puja Gupta, and Varun Badola as main characters. The film, despite being a box-office failure, received positive reviews from critics.

Mee-Shee: The Water Giant (2005)

Mee-Shee: The Water Giant is an Anglo-German family film shot in New Zealand and released in 2005. It stars Bruce Greenwood, Rena Owen, Tom Jackson (North of 60, Shining Time Station) and Daniel Magder. The film is based upon the Canadian folklore water monster known as the Ogopogo. This folklore began with Aboriginal peoples in Canada, and while the film was in production complaints from one Aboriginal chief about cultural appropriation caused the film and its titular monster to be renamed "Mee-Shee". These complaints and the renaming drew media attention and generated controversy. The film itself received some good reviews. Some critics praised the performances, although evaluations of the special effects were mixed. In Canada, Mee-Shee was only released on DVD and never played in theatres.

Redemption (2009)

Redemption is a Western film written and directed by Robert Conway, starring Dustin Leighton, Tom Noga, Clint James, Grady Hill, Candy Stanton, Sanfrod Gibbons, Peter Sherayko, and Isaac Farm. Its original name was Redemption: A Mile from Hell.

The Romantic Englishwoman (1975)

The Romantic Englishwoman is a 1975 British film directed by Joseph Losey. It stars Michael Caine, Glenda Jackson, Helmut Berger, and marks the feature-length screen debut for Kate Nelligan. The screenplay was written by Tom Stoppard and Thomas Wiseman. Caine plays a successful English novelist whose discontented wife, played by Jackson, decides to take a holiday to Germany in order to 'find herself'. There she meets a mysterious young man, played by Berger, in an elevator which initiates an often bizarre, but extremely mature examination of desire, responsibility and the nature of love. The film was shown at the 1975 Cannes Film Festival, but wasn't entered into the main competition.

Sinners And Saints (2010)

Sinners and Saints is a 2010 action-thriller film directed by and co-written by William Kaufman. It stars Johnny Strong, Kevin Phillips, Costas Mandylor, Sean Patrick Flanery, Bas Rutten, Method Man, Kim Coates and Tom Berenger. The film is set in the dark underbelly of New Orleans. It was released in North America on DVD and Blu-ray on January 10, 2012.

High School (1968)

High School is a 1968 American documentary film directed by Frederick Wiseman that shows a typical day for a group of students at Northeast High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was one of the first direct cinema (or cinéma vérité) documentaries. It was shot over five weeks in March and April 1968. The film was not shown in Philadelphia at the time of its release, due to Wiseman's concerns over what he called "vague talk" of a lawsuit. The film was released in October 1968 by Wiseman's distribution company, Zipporah Films. High School has been aired on PBS Television. Wiseman distributes his work (DVDs and 16mm prints) through Zipporah Films, which rents them to high schools, colleges, and libraries on a five-year long-term lease. High School was selected in 1991 for preservation in the National Film Registry. Wiseman made a second documentary on high school, High School II, based on Central Park East Secondary School in New York City, released in 1994.

Indigenous (2014)

Indigenous is a 2014 American horror film directed by Alastair Orr and written by Max Roberts. It stars Zachary Soetenga, Lindsey McKeon, Sofia Pernas, Pierson Fode, Jamie Anderson, Juanxo Villaverde and Laura Penuela.

Inside (2007)

Inside (French: À l'intérieur) is a 2007 French home invasion horror film directed by Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo, starring Alysson Paradis and Béatrice Dalle. It was written by co-director Bustillo, and is the first feature film from either director. It concerns the attack and home-invasion of a young pregnant woman by a mysterious stranger who seeks to take her unborn baby. The film received generally positive reviews from mainstream critics upon its release and was particularly well received among horror film critics, noting it for being a genuinely scary and brutally violent example of the new wave of French horror.

Just Before Dawn (1981)

Just Before Dawn (also known as Survivance in France) is an American 1981 independent slasher film directed by Jeff Lieberman, and starring Chris Lemmon, Gregg Henry, Deborah Benson, Jamie Rose, and George Kennedy. The film follows a group of hikers who travel into the Oregon mountains to visit property inherited by one of them, only to be hunted by a ruthless backwoods killer. The film was shot in the Silver Falls State Park in Silverton, Oregon Despite not being a commercial success when released, the film received positive reviews, with many praising the atmosphere and cinematography. The film has gained a cult following over the years.

The Jackals (1967)

The Jackals is a 1967 DeLuxe Color Western film from 20th Century Fox filmed at Killarney Film Studios South Africa. A remake of 1948's Yellow Sky, it stars Vincent Price as a South African prospector named Oupa (grandpa) Decker and contract Fox star Robert Gunner. The film was the last directed by Robert D. Webb.

The Kid (1997)

Harry Sloan, an aging trainer, sees real potential in young Jimmy, a passionate boxer. With Harry's guidance, Jimmy trains and fights his way to the top of his division. All things appear to be on track except for one small problem: Jimmy's parents, Don and Doreen, don't know he's a boxer. Knowing that his parents wouldn't approve of his career, Jimmy devises what he thinks is a fool-proof system to keep his secret.

Kalamity (2010)

Kalamity is a 2010 American psychological thriller film starring Nick Stahl, Jonathan Jackson and Beau Garrett.

Lakay (2014)

After an earthquake strikes Haiti in 2010, two brothers return to the country to find their relatives.

Locked In (2010)

A suspicious car accident leaves Joshua (Ben Barnes) and Emma’s (Sarah Roemer) daughter in a coma. Josh’s word unravels when Emma blames him for the accident and becomes more angry upon discovering he had an affair with an office colleague (Eliza Dushku). Ostrasized from his wife and family and helpless in the face of his daughter’s condition, Josh sinks into a deep depression. When Josh begins to receive mysterious signs from his comatose daughter providing clues to the true cause of the accident, is his daughter really communicating telepathically or is he going mad?

Most Wanted (1997)

Most Wanted is a 1997 film starring Keenen Ivory Wayans (who also wrote the film) and Jon Voight.

Morning Glory (1993)

In Morning Glory, Will Parker (Christopher Reeve) arrives in the small town of Whitney, after spending five years in Huntsville Prison for killing someone in La Grange, Texas. Through an ad in the local paper, Will discovers that Emily (Deborah Raffin), a recently widowed mother of two small boys, is actively looking for a husband and father. Star-crossed loners, Will and Emily decide to make a go of their collective plight and Will moves into the barn on her farm. When a local woman is found murdered, Will is set up to take the fall. Excellent performances by Reeve and Raffin, and standout supporting roles filled by Nina Foch and Lloyd Bochner take this tale of love and redemption up a notch.

My Friend Bernard (2007)

Sam is shy and he is afraid of almost everything until he meets Bernard, a fearless polar bear.

Nice Guys Sleep Alone (1999)

Nice Guys Sleep Alone is a 1999 romantic comedy film about the trials and tribulations of dating life. The film premiered on HBO and was one of the first independent films to ever sell directly to Netflix.

Night Visitor (1989)

Night Visitor is a 1989 horror film directed by Rupert Hitzig and starring Richard Roundtree, Elliott Gould, Allen Garfield, and Derek Rydall.

On the Yard (1978)

Acclaimed actors JOHN HEARD and THOMAS G. WAITES stars in this gripping prison film directed by Raphael Silver. When an individualistic con artist (Heard, CAT PEOPLE, CUTTER'S WAY, HOME ALONE) goes up against the head of a prison gang Chilly (Waites, THE THING, THE WARRIORS, AND JUSTICE FOR ALL) , he learns the vicious price of defiance. Mike Kellin (MIDNIGHT EXPRESS) and James Remar (48 HRS) co stars in this taunt drama that shows the brutality of prison life, produced by Joan Micklin Silver (HESTER STREET). Special Features : 16 x 9 (1:78) anamorphic HD master On camera interview with star Thomas G Waites

Proteus (1996)

Drug smugglers land on an abandoned oil rig where a man-eating monster created by botched DNA experiments roams.

Stepping Out (1991)

Stepping Out is a 1991 American musical comedy film directed by Lewis Gilbert, written by Richard Harris (based on his 1984 play Stepping Out) and starring Liza Minnelli.

Snowball Express (1972)

Johnny Baxter, a New York accountant, sees dollar signs when he inherits a hotel in the Rocky Mountains. He quickly quits his job and moves his family out West to beautiful Colorado, but the Rockies never seemed rockier as the Baxters find their "estate" in a state of total dilapidation.

Stalled (2000)

Stranded motorists learn a lesson about judging people and jumping to conclusions.

Slipstream (2005)

Slipstream is a 2005 science fiction film, written by Louis Morneau and Phillip Badger and directed by David van Eyssen. The film stars Sean Astin, Vinnie Jones, and Ivana Miličević. It was first shown at the London Sci-Fi and Fantasy Film Festival on February 3, 2005.[citation needed] The film concerns the efforts of a socially inept scientist (Sean Astin) and a female FBI agent (Ivana Miličević) to recover a time travel device (called "Slipstream") that was stolen by a group of bank robbers commanded by Vinnie Jones. The film was imagined as part science fiction, part action and part buddy comedy.

Southie (1999)

Southie is a 1999 American film directed by John Shea and starring Donnie Wahlberg. The film centers on Danny Quinn (Wahlberg) who returns home to South Boston from New York City and gets stuck between his friends, who are supported by one Irish gang, and his family, which are members of another. The film also stars Rose McGowan, Anne Meara, Will Arnett, Lawrence Tierney, Robert Wahlberg, and Amanda Peet. Memorable scenes were shot at the South Boston Yacht Club and Bowlarama on East Broadway.

Short Time (1990)

Burt Simpson is a divorced and depressed cop, whose only joy in life is his son. Then, one week before his retirement, he is told he is dying of a fatal disease. His life insurance policy, however, will only pay out if he is killed on active duty. Burt must get himself killed within a week. So he ventures to the most dangerous neighbourhood in the hope of meeting his death, but instead saves the day and is considered a hero. As his attempts escalate, he tries to make the most of his remaining time.

Signs Of Life (1989)

Signs of Life, also known as One for Sorrow, Two for Joy, is a film by American director John David Coles, released May 5, 1989. It stars Beau Bridges, Vincent D'Onofrio, and Arthur Kennedy (in his last film appearance). Kathy Bates, Mary-Louise Parker, Will Patton, and Kate Reid also are featured. Signs of Life was filmed in various small-town locations in Maine, with the exception of an underwater sequence filmed at Mystic Marine Aquarium in Mystic, Connecticut. It is the story of a Maine man who is losing his boat and his business. The film earned director Coles a Deauville Film Festival award, but was a financial loss.

Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama (1988)

Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama (also known as The Imp) is a 1988 American horror comedy film directed by David DeCoteau, loosely based on the classic short story The Monkey's Paw. Notable for scream queens Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens, and Michelle Bauer appearing together, its plot follows an imp accidentally released and causing havoc among a group of teenagers inside a mall. Filmed in 1987 and produced by Charles Band's Urban Classics, the film had a limited release in January 1988 and was later released to home video. In later years, it gained recognition as a "So Bad It's Good" cult film.

Santa and the Three Bears (1970)

Santa and the Three Bears is a 1970 animated featurette, which aired on television regularly during the holiday season. It was later released on video in 1992 by Kids Klassics and distributed by GoodTimes Home Video in the VHS format with the original live-action sequences at the beginning and end of the film edited out.

Tom Thumb (1958)

Tom Thumb (stylised as tom thumb) is a 1958 fantasy-musical film directed by George Pal and released by MGM. The film, based on the fairy tale of the same name, is about a tiny man who manages to outwit two thieves determined to make a fortune from him. It starred Russ Tamblyn in the title role, with a largely British supporting cast (it was filmed in both Hollywood and London), including Bernard Miles and Jessie Matthews as Tom Thumb's adoptive parents, and comic actors Terry-Thomas and Peter Sellers as the villainous duo who try to exploit the tiny hero for profit. Director Pal worked with cinematographer Georges Périnal, animators Wah Chang and Gene Warren, art director Elliot Scott and special effects artist Tom Howard to create the animated and fantasy sequences. Peggy Lee wrote the songs, and Douglas Gamley and Ken Jones wrote the music. The film is referenced in The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (1962) and Pinkeltje (1978). The film is also featured in That's Dancing! (1985) The filming locations for the movie were in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA and London, England.

The Teacher (1974)

The Teacher is a 1974 American coming-of-age suspense film, written, produced, and directed by Hickmet Avedis (aka: Howard Avedis) and released by Crown International Pictures. The film stars Angel Tompkins, Jay North, and Anthony James, and tells the story of an 18-year-old's first relationship with his alluring teacher, and the hidden danger awaiting them in the shadows.

The Time Of Your Life (1948)

The Time of Your Life is a 1948 comedy drama film starring James Cagney adapted from the 1939 William Saroyan play of the same title. A Cagney Production, The Time of Your Life was produced by Cagney's brother William, adapted by Nathaniel Curtis, and directed by H. C. Potter. Cinematography was by James Wong Howe. The supporting cast features William Bendix, Jeanne Cagney, Wayne Morris, Broderick Crawford and Ward Bond.

Three Wishes (1995)

Three Wishes is a 1995 drama-fantasy film directed by Martha Coolidge and starring Patrick Swayze, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and Joseph Mazzello.

Visitors (2003)

While sailing solo around the world, a woman (Radha Mitchell) sees a series of increasingly sinister spirits.

Black (2009)

Black is a 2008 French blaxploitation film directed by Pierre Laffargue.

En plein cœur (2008)

Two hypersensitive gangsters look for love.

The Illustrated Family Doctor (2005)

The Illustrated Family Doctor is a 2005 Australian film.

No More Orchids (1932)

No More Orchids is a 1932 American Pre-Code comedy-drama film starring Carole Lombard and Lyle Talbot as mismatched lovers, based on the novel of the same name by Grace Perkins.

Survivor (2012)

After decades of drifting in space, the last living humans crash-land on an alien planet. When the survivors are captured by mutated flesh-eating creatures, a brave female soldier must join forces with the planet's mysterious masked inhabitants to save the last vestiges of the human race.

Johnny Got His Gun (2008)

A young American soldier hit by an artillery shell becomes a quadruple amputee who has also lost his eyes, ears, nose and mouth, but remains conscious and able to reason, all the while struggling to communicate with the outside world.

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.

Dev (2004)

Dev is a 2004 Indian Hindi drama film, directed by Govind Nihalani. The film won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie, and Kareena Kapoor won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress for her performance.

Tail Gunner Joe (1977)

Tail Gunner Joe is a 1977 television movie dramatizing the life of U.S. Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, a Wisconsin Republican who claimed knowledge of communist infiltration of the U.S. government during the 1950s. The film was broadcast on NBC-TV. It was nominated for six Emmy awards and won two: best writing and best supporting actor for Burgess Meredith's portrayal of attorney Joseph Welch. It starred Peter Boyle and John Forsythe. Robert F. Simon appeared as liberal journalist Drew Pearson.

Georgi and the Butterflies (2004)

Georgi and the Butterflies is a Bulgarian documentary film from 2004. It was directed by Andrey Paounov. The film won the "Silver Wolf" award at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam.

My Stepbrother Is a Vampire!?! (2013)

When Nancy's mother remarries, Nancy begins to suspect her new stepbrother is a vampire.

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.

Comfortably Lost (2013)

A jaded photographer rediscovers his passion for his art during an impulsive trip to a Cambodian village.