Visit To A Small Planet (1960)

Visit to a Small Planet is a 1960 American black-and-white science fiction comedy film from Paramount Pictures, produced by Hal B. Wallis, directed by Norman Taurog, that stars Jerry Lewis and co-stars Joan Blackman, Earl Holliman, and Fred Clark. Visit to a Small Planet first debuted as an original television production by Gore Vidal, then was reworked by Vidal as a Broadway play starring Cyril Ritchard and Eddie Mayehoff. The film was released on February 4, 1960. It was re-released in 1966 on a double bill with another Jerry Lewis film, The Bellboy.

Journey To The Seventh Planet (1962)

A five man international expedition sets out to investigate the planet Uranus. Upon landing, the crew begins to realize that the planet is under the malevolent influence of a powerful being resembling a huge human brain. The brain creates illusions of monsters and loved ones, attempting to lure the astronauts to their destruction.

Lifting King Kong (2009)

(Korean with English subtitles) Lee Ji-Bong is a former Olympic bronze medalist in weightlifting, but an injury forces him into early retirement. After the lack of support from the Korean Olympic Committee, he falls on hard times and ends up working at a shady nightclub passing out flyers. One day he gets a surprise visit from his former coach - who insists he takes up a coaching gig at a rural high school. Will Lee be able to make something out of the weightlifting team comprised of a rag-tag group of outcasts?

King of the Newsboys (1938)

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

Curse of the Swamp Creature (1966)

While searching for oil in the deadly swamplands of the Florida Everglades, members of a geological expedition meet an insane doctor who is working on an experiment to create a creature that is part man and part alligator.

Tomato Republic (2014)

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

Beatles: The Journey (2003)

Utilizing rare archive footage, news reels and unique interviews, this riveting music documentary follows the formation and astonishing rise of the world's first supergroup: The Beatles. Re-live the events that marked them as a music phenomenon and follows their careers through to the untimely deaths of John Lennon and George Harrison.

The Cruel Tower (1956)

The Cruel Tower is a 1956 American adventure film directed by Lew Landers and written by Warren Douglas. It is based on the 1955 novel The Cruel Tower by William Brown Hartley. The film stars John Ericson, Mari Blanchard, Charles McGraw, Steve Brodie, Peter Whitney and Alan Hale Jr.. The film was released on October 28, 1956, by Allied Artists Pictures.

Viewer Discretion Advised (1998)

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Overland Mail Robbery (1943)

Overland Mail Robbery is a 1943 American Western film directed by John English and written by Robert Creighton Williams and Robert Yost. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, George "Gabby" Hayes, Anne Jeffreys, Alice Fleming, Weldon Heyburn and Kirk Alyn. The film was released on November 20, 1939, by Republic Pictures.

Gentle Giant (1967)

Gentle Giant is a 1967 American drama film about a young boy's friendship with an American black bear, based on the 1965 book Gentle Ben by Walt Morey. It was produced by Ivan Tors, directed by James Neilson and written by Edward J. Lakso and Andy White. The film stars Clint Howard, Dennis Weaver, Vera Miles, Ralph Meeker, Huntz Hall, and Bruno the Bear. The film was released on November 15, 1967, by Paramount Pictures. The film was also the pilot for the CBS TV series, Gentle Ben (1967–69), based on the same characters and also starring Clint Howard, Dennis Weaver, and Bruno. The film is a prequel to the TV series, providing the backstory of how the boy Mark Wedloe met Ben the bear, tamed him and adopted him as a companion. Originally, the film was scheduled for release before the TV series began to air, but the film's release date was changed to be closer to Thanksgiving 1967, meaning that the film came out after the TV series had already been running for about two months. Gentle Giant therefore served as additional promotion for the Gentle Ben TV series rather than introducing it.

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.

Ingredients (2009)

Ingredients: The Local Food Movement Takes Root is a 2009 documentary film about the shortcomings of America's industrialized food system against a rising local food movement, whose proponents are shrinking the gap between farmland and dinner table. The film is directed by Robert Bates, produced by Brian Kimmel (The Kitchen Sessions with Charlie Trotter) and narrated by actress Bebe Neuwirth. Chefs Alice Waters, Peter Hoffman, Kathy Whims, and Greg Higgins share their views as growers, restaurateurs, and consumers around the country, from Willamette Valley, Oregon to the urban food desert Harlem, New York, discuss their methods for bringing food production back home. Other participants from the Portland, Oregon area include Will Newman (Oregon Sustainable Agriculture Land Trust co-founder) and wife Susan Clark of Natural Harvest Farm, Ken Gordon of Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen, and his wife permaculturist Leslee Lewis. Ingredients posits that concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) are causing worse and more frequent outbreaks of disease; the film also covers community-supported agriculture (CSA), biodynamic wine, and organic farming. Ingredients was shown at the 2010 Cleveland International Film Festival (and features interviews with the Jones family of Chef's Garden farm in Huron, Ohio) and at the 2010 Farm Aid. In 2011, the sequel Ingredients Hawaii was filmed in Hawaii and was released in 2012. The sequel focuses on Hawaii's unique solutions and challenges faced in growing and selling their food.

I'd Give My Life (1936)

I'd Give My Life is a 1936 American drama film directed by Edwin L. Marin and written by George O'Neil. The film stars Guy Standing, Frances Drake, Tom Brown, Janet Beecher, Robert Gleckler and Helen Lowell. The film was released on August 14, 1936, by Paramount Pictures.

I Love Your Moves (2012)

After moving to America, Ari has trouble making friends until he falls in love with Paris, a champion ballroom dancer. To get closer to her, Ari joins the school's ballroom team, unaware a secret from his past will help him succeed.

Defcon 2012 (2010)

Thieves land on Earth 200 years after a war with aliens has turned the planet into a nuclear wasteland, and they become trapped in an underground city.

New World OrdeRx (2013)

In the future, pain and emotion are suppressed by a drug. Joshua coasts through his monotonous life until he is kidnapped by a rebellious priest.

Cinematic Titanic: Doomsday Machine (2008)

Cinematic Titanic: Doomsday Machine is a comedy special from 2008. The special involves several of the cast members from the television show Mystery Science Theater 3000 riffing on, and providing comedic commentary over, the public domain science fiction film Doomsday Machine. The plot of Doomsday Machine concerns a mixed gender crew of astronauts who are sent into outer space, unaware that they may soon become the last remnants of humanity. The hosts have a field day with the chauvinism and low-grade technology presented in the film. Cinematic Titanic: Doomsday Machine is the second entry in the Cinematic Titanic riffing series.

Cinematic Titanic: The Oozing Skull (2007)

In the far-off land of Khalid, President Amir lies on his deathbed. If this revered head-of-state dies, the brutal dictatorship that he has so lovingly cultivated will fall into a dark age of uncertainty and chaos. So, in this moment of crisis, his loyal staff are left with no alternative but to choose the only logical and sensible course of action - to transfer Amir's brain into a younger, healthier, and most importantly, living body. Enter Doctor Robert Trenton, a mad scientist of the "they all laughed at me and now I'll show them" school. He, along with his assistant, Dorro, a little man with a big appetite for evil, and Tracy, a conniving beauty with a heart that's harder than her leathery, over-tanned skin, concoct a deliriously diabolical plan involving murder, body-napping, skullduggery, and oozy, gooey brains. Afraid to watch this movie alone, aren't you? Well, now you don't have to, and neither will future generations, because The Oozing Skull has the almost historic distinction of being the first movie chosen for Cinematic Titanic's Time Tube. Tom Shales, TV critic for the Washington Post, called the episode "consistently and unfailingly funny."

Captain Scarface (1953)

Captain Scarface is a 1953 American thriller film directed by Paul Guilfoyle.

Dead Heat (2002)

Dead Heat is a 2002 crime comedy-drama film starring Kiefer Sutherland, Anthony LaPaglia, and Radha Mitchell. It is written and directed by Mark Malone.

Red Ribbons (1994)

When the creator of a controversial theater group dies, his loved ones gather for an impromptu memorial service.

King of the Stallions (1942)

Code Of The Red Man is a drama based film. It is left up to one Indian and his extreme courage to defend his culture, and prevent the European pilgrims from moving in and claiming his land as their own.

The Global Groove Network (2012)

Electronic dance grooves is more than just a dance, it is a way of life. This documentary will tell in detail the history of this dance style and how it influences the overall views of people that enjoy the music.

Raising Heroes (1996)

Gay lovers (Troy Sostillio, Henry White) fight for their lives after one witnesses a mob hit.

Wall Street Cowboy (1939)

Wall Street Cowboy is a 1939 American film starring Roy Rogers.

Heart of the Rockies (1937)

Heart of the Rockies is a 1937 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by Joseph Kane.

Anatomy of a Psycho (1961)

Anatomy of a Psycho (1961) is an American film directed by Boris Petroff (as Brooke L. Peters). Ed Wood reportedly contributed to Jane Mann's screenplay as Larry Lee. The film uses music originally used for Wood's Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959). Ronnie Burns, adopted son of George Burns and Gracie Allen, plays the lead.

Cage of Evil (1960)

Cage of Evil is a low budget 1960 black and white crime film starring Ron Foster and Pat Blair.

Shaolin: The Blood Mission (1984)

Shaolin: The Blood Mission is an Asian action film. A secret book is hidden deep behind the walls of a Shaolin temple. An opposing general searches for the mysterious book. The general learns the location of the book, and he begins his journey to the Shaolin temple. The general infiltrates the temple, but he is soon met with much resistance from the warriors of the Shaolin temple.

Secret Mission (1942)

Secret Mission is a 1942 British war film directed by Harold French and starring Hugh Williams, James Mason, Nancy Price, Carla Lehmann and Roland Culver.

Last Flight Home (2008)

They bravely served their country during some of the most brutal battles of World War II so we could have the freedom we enjoy today. But, in an instant, they were lost to their families forever. For more than 60 years, the whereabouts of these fallen her

Flight to Tangier (1953)

Flight to Tangier is a 1953 film noir action film, directed by Charles Marquis Warren. It was released by Paramount Pictures in Technicolor and 3-D. This film also appeared in No Country for Old Men (2007). Like Flight to Tangier, it was distributed by Paramount Pictures's subsidiary Paramount Vantage (except in the United States, where it was distributed by Disney's subsidiary Miramax Films).

Ghosts On The Loose (1943)

Preparing for the wedding of his sister, Betty (Ava Gardner), to engineer Jack, Glimpy receives help from his gang -- especially leader Mugs, who helps them lie their way into getting a tuxedo and flowers. Prior to the wedding, Jack learns the neighbouring house to the one he's purchased is haunted and reluctantly decides to sell. Unaware, the boys hope to surprise the couple by decorating the home -- only to discover very strange happenings next door.

The Ghost Train (1941)

When a concert party is stranded in a remote Cornish railway station, its members are amused by the station master’s stories of the local ‘ghost train’. However, to their surprise the train does appear and draws them into a mysterious web of crime

Endless Bummer (2009)

National Lampoon Presents Endless Bummer is a 2009 comedy film directed by Sam Pillsbury, starring Jim Piddock and Khan Chittenden. The plot involves a group of teens and a veteran surfer, who take a road trip from Ventura, CA to the San Fernando Valley, in order to track down a prized stolen surfboard.

Be Yourself! (1930)

Be Yourself! is a 1930 American Pre-Code musical comedy film directed by Thornton Freeland and starring Fanny Brice and Robert Armstrong. The plot involves an entertainer (Brice) managing a boxer (Armstrong). The cinematographer was Karl Struss and the running time is 65 minutes.

Holes in My Shoes (2006)

Holes In My Shoes is an award-winning documentary feature film. It chronicles the life of Jack Beers, covering 94 years of his life from 1910 to 2004.

Stage to Thunder Rock (1964)

Stage to Thunder Rock is a 1964 American Western film directed by William F. Claxton and written by Charles A. Wallace. The film stars Barry Sullivan, Marilyn Maxwell, Scott Brady, Lon Chaney Jr., Anne Seymour, John Agar and Wanda Hendrix. The film was released on November 10, 1964, by Paramount Pictures.

Bob the Builder: Can We Fix It? (2004)

Bob's Barn raising: It's harvest time but Farmer Pickle's barn is about to collapse. Bob is called in to repair the barn before an approaching rainstorm hits. Will the barn be repaired and the bales get into the barn before the rain starts? Mucky Muck: After a hard rain, Bob is about to wash down a mud-splattered Scoop and Muck when the team is called away to save Travis, who is stuck in the mud. After a quick rescue, Muck and Dizzy take on Spud in a mud pie fight. Then before they can protest, Bob has them all back a the farm for a "good soapy wash". Wendy Plays Golf: As Wendy and the machines construct a crazy Golf course, Bob stays back at the yard to build a small windmill - without the directions. Soon Bob discovers he has built himself inside the windmill. Wendy and Lofty extract Bob, then they're off for a game of Crazy golf. Magnetic Lofty: Lofty is fitted with a magnet that will clear the rails off an old train track to make a bicycle path. He begins to worry when he has trouble controlling the magnetic pull, until Mr. Bentley needs him to help find a lost pen buried beneath the earth.

It's Only Make Believe (2013)

A woman tries to create a new life for her daughter and herself after a stint in prison, but the darker past comes back to haunt both their lives.

Like It Is (1998)

Like It Is is a 1998 British gay-themed romance film. It stars Steve Bell, Ian Rose, Roger Daltrey and Dani Behr.

It's Not Over (2014)

Three people living with HIV/AIDS share their experiences of living with the disease.

It's a Pleasure (1945)

It's a Pleasure! is a 1945 film by director William A. Seiter and starring Sonja Henie, Michael O'Shea and Marie McDonald.

If You Meet Sartana... Pray for Your Death (1968)

If You Meet Sartana Pray for Your Death (Italian: Se incontri Sartana prega per la tua morte), also known as Sartana, is a 1968 spaghetti western film directed by Gianfranco Parolini. The film stars Gianni Garko, William Berger, Fernando Sancho and Klaus Kinski, and features a musical score by Piero Piccioni. If You Meet Sartana Pray for Your Death was the first in a series of spaghetti westerns based on the character Sartana. It was followed by four other official Sartana films: I Am Sartana Your Angel of Death (Sono Sartana, il vostro becchino, 1969), Have a Good Funeral, My Friend... Sartana Will Pay (Buon funerale, amigos!... paga Sartana, 1970), Light the Fuse... Sartana Is Coming (Una nuvola di polvere... un grido di morte... arriva Sartana, 1971) and Sartana's Here... Trade Your Pistol for a Coffin (C'è Sartana... vendi la pistola e comprati la bara, 1970), in which Garko was replaced by George Hilton. All the four sequels were directed by Giuliano Carnimeo, whereas Parolini was chosen to direct The Sabata Trilogy, after producer Alberto Grimaldi saw his work with the first Sartana film. As with Django a few years earlier, several directors, such as Demofilo Fidani, made unofficial sequels to cash in on the success of Sartana.

Going on 13 (2008)

Filmmakers follow four ethnically diverse, lower middle-class girls at home and school from fourth to seventh grade.

This Girl for Hire (1983)

Bess Armstrong, a private investigator hired to protect a mystery writer, but when the writer is murdered her suspects include a former agent, lover, chauffeur and writers.

So This Is New York (1948)

So This Is New York is a 1948 satirical movie comedy starring acerbic radio and television comedian Henry Morgan and directed by Richard Fleischer. The cynically sophisticated screenplay was written by Carl Foreman and Herbert Baker from the 1920 novel The Big Town by Ring Lardner. Foreman was blacklisted soon after. This remains the only movie in which legendary humorist Henry Morgan plays the leading role, and the material was tailored to showcase the cynical persona Morgan had developed for his radio show. The film's supporting cast includes Leo Gorcey, Virginia Grey, and Arnold Stang as a Western Union clerk who gives Morgan a hard time. The film was the first feature for Richard Fleischer (son of Max Fleischer), who had previously directed short subjects for United Artists. Fleischer went on to direct Follow Me Quietly (1948), Armored Car Robbery (1950), and The Narrow Margin (1954). So This is New York was one of the first Hollywood movies to use the technique of freezing action on the screen while a narrator spoke about what the viewer was seeing. One scene has Morgan entering a taxi as a cabbie barks at him in a thick Bronx accent, "Awrite - where to, Mac?" Subtitles appear on the screen translating, "Where may I take you, sir?"

This Is Martin Bonner (2013)

This Is Martin Bonner is an American drama film written and directed by Chad Hartigan. The film stars Paul Eenhoorn as Martin Bonner, a man in his late 50s forced to relocate to Reno, Nevada, for a new job and his attempts to acclimate and make new friends. Through his work at a non-profit organization, he meets Travis Holloway (Richmond Arquette), and the two men form an unlikely friendship. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2013, where it won the Audience Award for Best of NEXT.

Keep Your Eyes Open (2002)

A high-octane tour of the world of action sports, KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN follows some of the hottest pro-athletes on their quest for the ultimate adrenaline rush. Filmed deep in the barrels of the North Shore, atop the highest peaks of British Columbia, Director Tamra Davis takes you to the heart of the action, capturing some of the most jaw-dropping stunts and gruesome spills ever seen in the worlds of skateboarding, surfing, snowboarding, bmx, skiing and motorcross.

Rubbadubbers: Here Come the Rubbadubbers (2004)

TRAIN DRIVER TUBB: Whoo! Whoo! Tubb loves driving the model train! If only he could do everything by himself on a real train! Tubb stays on track until robbers try to steal his gold - and he discovers he can't do everything alone. SPLOSHY'S TAIL: Sploshy dreams of performing tricks like Winona the whale. If only she had a tail, Sploshy would be a circus star. But the imaginary Great Sploshola leanrs that sponges are stas too - with their own special talents. TERENCE'S DOUBLE TROUBLE: Terence wishes for a friend who likes the same things he does! But when his imaginary friend, Lawrence, does everything better, the soapy crocidile is troubled. Will his friends like the talented Lawrence better than Terence? SCARY FNIBAR: Argh! Finbar isn't a very scary shark. If only he were a Mighty Scary Shark, he would swim in the ocean and scare his friends! But as Finbar soon discovers, it's more fun to play with your friends than scare them. REG THE MONSTER: His friends make so much noise that Reg can't concentrate and wishes for peace and quiet. Things change when he becomes the Leave Me Alone Monster. So why don't his friends want to play anymore?

Here Comes the Groom (1951)

Here Comes the Groom is a 1951 musical romantic comedy film produced and directed by Frank Capra and starring Bing Crosby and Jane Wyman. Based on a story by Robert Riskin and Liam O'Brien, the film is about a foreign correspondent who has five days to win back his former fiancée, or he'll lose the orphans he adopted. Filmed from December 14, 1950 to February 1951, the film was released in the United States by Paramount Pictures on September 20, 1951.

Our Magic (2014)

An honest, passionate and revealing glimpse behind the curtain revealing the world of magic.

America the Beautiful 3: The Sexualization of Our Youth (2014)

America's sexualization of children and its effects on youth and society.

Children of the Grave 2 (2012)

Paranormal researchers find evidence of ghosts.

The Look (2011)

THE LOOK features Charlotte Rampling in a series of reflective conversations with artists, friends, and one-time collaborators such as novelist Paul Auster and photographers Peter Lindbergh and Juergen Teller, revealing the personality and philosophies of one of our most iconic screen stars.

New Hope (2012)

A new student (Samuel Davis) at school faces harassment from the brother (Ben Davies) of a teen who committed suicide.

Rest Days (2014)

A bodybuilder from Boston moves to Los Angeles to train with his idol, but his dreams are quickly derailed by a porn director and a deranged drug runner.

No Heart Feelings (2010)

A breakup throws Melanie's perfect life into turmoil until she meets Lewis.

No Boundaries (2009)

An illegal immigrant falls in love with an ICE Agent and has to choose between love and family.

Cary Grant: A Celebration of a Leading Man (1988)

This is the story of movie icon Cary Grant as part of The Hollywood Collection, a series of documentaries about Hollywood's favorite stars. He was born in England and had a difficult childhood. As a teenager he was not successful in school, so he joined a group of travelling performers and eventually ended up in New York. It wasn't easy at first but he was finally cast in a Broadway show that led to his first movie role. After moving to California, he signed with Paramount and the rest is history. The biography includes rare interviews and pictures of this complex actor.

Ryan's Well (2011)

This is the inspirational tale of a small boy's mission to help those less fortunate than himself. Ryan was just six years old when he learnt that not everybody in the world has access to clean water. Desperate to help, he worked day and night to save enough money for a well to be dug in drought-stricken Uganda. His ambition soon grew and his altruistic nature dragged schoolmates and ultimately most of Canada with him. An uplifting and wonderfully touching story that reminds us all that we can change the world if we really believe.

Back to Normandy (2007)

Filmmaker Nicolas Philibert (To Be and to Have, In the Land of the Deaf) travels to the Normandy countryside to catch up with the locals he helped cast in a movie three decades earlier - a starting point for a remarkably rich exploration of memory, history, madness, life and death, and, of course, the cinema.

The Woman Hunter (1972)

The Woman Hunter is a 1972 American made-for-television mystery film that premiered as the CBS Movie of the Week on September 19, 1972. The teleplay was written by Brian Clemens and Tony Williamson, from a story by Clemens about a socialite's involvement with an international thief.

Obvious Child (2014)

Obvious Child is a 2014 American romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Gillian Robespierre in her directorial debut. The film stars Jenny Slate, Jake Lacy, Gaby Hoffmann and David Cross. The story follows Donna (Slate), a stand-up comedian, who has a drunken one-night stand with a man named Max (Lacy) after breaking up with her boyfriend. She subsequently finds out she is pregnant and decides to have an abortion. Obvious Child originated as a 2009 short film which was written by Robespierre, Anna Bean and Karen Maine, and also starred Slate in the main role. By making the film, Robespierre hoped to remove the stigma surrounding abortion and to correct what she perceived as a misrepresentation of unplanned pregnancy in earlier films. She finished the feature-length script in 2012. The film was financed through various production companies and filmmaking grants and it was shot in New York in 2013. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 17, 2014, and was released in theaters on June 6, 2014. It grossed US$3.3 million and was well received by critics. David Edelstein, Mick LaSalle and Dana Stevens praised the film's portrayal of abortion, while A. O. Scott and Ty Burr highlighted its realism and humor. The film won numerous accolades, including two awards from the National Board of Review and two Independent Spirit Award nominations.

Ridin' Down the Canyon (1942)

Ridin' Down the Canyon is a 1942 American film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers. Members of the Western Writers of America chose its title song as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time.

After Dark (2015)

Seven college students become stranded in the company of a shady-looking drifter who may or may not be trying to help.

City After Midnight (1957)

An insurance sleuth (Dan O'Herlihy) helps a woman (Phyllis Kirk) suspected of robbing and killing an art collector (Wilfrid Hyde-White) in France.

Shadow World: The Haunting of Mysti Delane (2015)

A tortured soul warns a troubled teenager to stop making contact with the spirit world, and despite the warning, she continues to delve into an ancient mystery linked to her heritage.

The Diary of a High School Bride (1959)

Diary of a High School Bride is a 1959 film directed by Burt Topper about a seventeen-year-old high school student who gets married. American International Pictures released the film as a double feature with Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow. The lead actor, Anita Sands, had never acted before. The movie was shot over seven days. Contemporary reviews were poor. Leftover sets for the film were used by Roger Corman to shoot A Bucket of Blood (1959).

They Meet Again (1941)

They Meet Again is a 1941 American film directed by Erle C. Kenton, one of the six films in the Dr. Christian series.

Black Magic (1944)

Black Magic, later retitled Meeting at Midnight for television, is a 1944 mystery film starring Sidney Toler as Charlie Chan.

As Young As We Are (1958)

As Young as We Are is a 1958 American drama film directed by Bernard Girard and written by Meyer Dolinsky. The film stars Robert Harland, Pippa Scott, Majel Barrett, Ty Hardin, Barry Atwater and Carla Hoffman. The film was released on September 1958, by Paramount Pictures.

Escape From Zahrain (1962)

Escape from Zahrain is a 1962 American action film directed by Ronald Neame and starring Yul Brynner, Anthony Caruso, James Mason and Jack Warden. The film is based on the novel Appointment in Zahrain by Michael Barrett. The film is set in the fictional state of Zahrain, located in the Arabian Peninsula. The main characters are part of a group of condemned prisoners who flee across the desert in an attempt to reach the Protectorate of Aden. One is an American oil worker, another an Arab revolutionary and the third a British agent, providing different perspectives on the Middle East of the early 1960s.

Shouting Fire: Stories from the Edge of Free Speech (2009)

Shouting Fire: Stories from the Edge of Free Speech is a 2009 documentary film about freedom of speech and the First Amendment in the United States, directed by Liz Garbus. The documentary prominently features First Amendment attorney, Martin Garbus, who talks about the past and present state of free speech in the United States, and the case of Ward Churchill. A tenured professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado, Churchill was fired after publishing a controversial article about the 9/11 attacks and being investigated for academic misconduct related to other issues. The film also explores the cases of Debbie Almontaser, Chase Harper, and protesters at the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City. Those interviewed include historians, legal scholars and attorneys, such as Floyd Abrams, David Horowitz, Eric Foner, Donna Lieberman, Daniel Pipes, Richard Posner, Kenneth Starr and Josh Wolf.

Man from Frisco (1944)

Man from Frisco (1944) is a United States feature length spy and war film by Republic Pictures directed by Robert Florey and starring Michael O'Shea (1906–1973) and Anne Shirley.

Don't Go Breaking My Heart (2011)

Don't Go Breaking My Heart is a 2011 Hong Kong-Chinese romantic comedy film directed by Johnnie To and Wai Ka-fai, making this the twelfth film they have collaborated on together. The film stars Louis Koo, Daniel Wu and Gao Yuanyuan. The film opened the 35th Hong Kong International Film Festival on 20 March 2011. It was then released theatrically in Hong Kong on 31 March 2011.

My Refuge (2013)

The people of a small city in Arizona deal with the aftermath of a nuclear detonation on U.S. soil.

My Gun Is Quick (1957)

Detective Mike Hammer becomes curious when a woman he befriended is murdered.

Good-Time Girl (1948)

Good-Time Girl is a 1948 British drama film directed by David MacDonald. The film was based on Arthur La Bern's novel Night Darkens the Street.

There's No Place Like Utopia (2014)

Filmmaker Joel Gilbert travels across America confronting progressives.

Death Becomes Them: The Musical! (2006)

Death Becomes Them paints a musical portrait of JD and Cathee, the married owners of the "Museum of Death". Not your typical documentary, Dan lund ("Dream on Silly Dreamer") introduces you to this wildly entertaining couple using things not usually found in a theatrical documentary including a singing undertaker, tap dancing corpse, singing rats and colorful animation. This film not only takes you into the museum but into the lives of the owners themselves. In the end, it's their love of each other and the arts that keep them alive in a world where most peole live like they are already dead.

Somebody Loves Me (1952)

Somebody Loves Me is a 1952 film starring Betty Hutton. "Spanning the colorful era that was born with the San Francisco earthquake and ended with the stock market crash," the story focused on the careers of entertainers Blossom Seeley and Benny Fields.

Creepy Tales: Girls Night Out (2003)

Lock the doors and turn off the lights as The Professor guides you through three tales of terror. Discover the evils that fester in the minds of the demented in this horror anthology.In "Girls Night Out", two girls plan on going to a party and having some fun. Instead they end up in a life or death situation with an uninvited guest.In "The Creep", a young woman's fears and insecurities blind her from the truth and sends her spiraling down a road that can only end in death. But whose death? Featuring Scott Shiaffo (Clerks, Vulgar) as Mo.In "Blood Moon Rising", a nurse bites off more than she can chew when she sets her sights on her wealthy employer.Settle in and brace yourself for an evening of chills and thrills!

The Grave (1996)

The Grave is a 1996 thriller starring Craig Sheffer, Gabrielle Anwar and Josh Charles. Its plot concerns two convicts who escape from prison to find a buried treasure.

The Night Before (1988)

The Night Before is a 1988 film starring Keanu Reeves and Lori Loughlin. Reeves plays Winston Connelly, the so-called high school nerd and vice president of the Astronomy club. Loughlin plays Tara Mitchell, the pretty and popular head cheerleader who also happens to be the local police chief's daughter. The Tagline was: "You lost your father's car, sold your prom date and a guy called 'Tito' wants you dead. It's a date that's the time of your life." It was filmed and set entirely in Los Angeles, California.

Canvas (2006)

Canvas is a 2006 drama film written and directed by Joseph Greco about a Florida family dealing with a mother who has schizophrenia. The film premiered October 2006 at the Hamptons International Film Festival in New York.

Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol (1962)

Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol is a musical adaptation of Charles Dickens's famous short story A Christmas Carol starring the cartoon character Mr. Magoo. Aside from the 1950 marionette special The Spirit of Christmas, it was the first animated holiday program ever produced specifically for television, originally airing in December 1962, and the only one until the stop-motion Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was first shown in December 1964. The special also inspired the 1964 TV series The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo. It featured the voice of Jim Backus as Magoo, with voice-over appearances by Paul Frees, Morey Amsterdam, Joan Gardner, and Jack Cassidy.

Hello Again (1987)

Hello Again is a 1987 American romantic fantasy-comedy film directed and produced by Frank Perry, written by Susan Isaacs and starring Shelley Long, Judith Ivey, Gabriel Byrne, Corbin Bernsen, Sela Ward, Austin Pendleton, Carrie Nye, Robert Lewis, Madeleine Potter, Thor Fields and Illeana Douglas.

The Sun Comes Up (1949)

The Sun Comes Up is a 1949 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Technicolor picture with Lassie. Jeanette MacDonald had been off the screen for five years until her return in Three Daring Daughters (1948), but The Sun Comes Up was to be her last. In it, she had to share the screen not with an up-and-coming younger actress but with a very popular animal star. Although her retreat from a film career can be blamed largely on an increasingly debilitating heart ailment (which eventually took her life at the age of 61 in 1965), MacDonald continued to make concert and TV appearances after this. Her last radio appearance was a broadcast version of this same story on Screen Guild Theater in March 1950.

Murder Is My Beat (1955)

Murder Is My Beat is a 1955 American crime film noir directed by Edgar G. Ulmer, starring Paul Langton, Barbara Payton, and Robert Shayne.

A Dangerous Profession (1949)

A Dangerous Profession is a 1949 American film noir directed by Ted Tetzlaff, written by Warren Duff and Martin Rackin, and starring George Raft, Ella Raines, and Pat O'Brien. The supporting cast features Jim Backus.

Hard Time (1998)

Hard Time is a 1998 American crime film directed by and starring Burt Reynolds.

Command Performance (2009)

Command Performance is a 2009 American action film written and directed by Dolph Lundgren, who also starred in the film. The film was released on direct-to-DVD in the United States on November 3, 2009. The film was premiered at the Ischia Global Film & Music Festival on July 18, 2009. Filming took place between August and September 2008 in Sofia, Bulgaria and Moscow, Russia. Dolph Lundgren wanted to use his drumming skills on screen, and the story was inspired by a concert Madonna did for Russian President Vladimir Putin. The movie marks Ida Lundgren's (Dolph's daughter) screen début.

The Bannen Way (2010)

Winner of four 2010 Streamy Awards including Best Web Drama, Best Directing and Best Actor, "The Bannen Way" is a slick, sexy, adrenaline-fueled full-length feature film about Neil Bannen (Mark Gantt), a charming con man caught between the mob, the cops and a penchant for beautiful women.

Misfire (2014)

Misfire is a 2014 American action film starring Gary Daniels and Vannessa Vasquez in lead roles. The film was released on DVD in October 2014.

Americons (2017)

In 2007 California, a financially strapped mortgage broker (Beau Martin Williams) abandons his moral compass to make a profit, then realizes he's operating on a foundation of quicksand.

Single Room Furnished (1968)

Single Room Furnished is a 1968 drama film featuring Jayne Mansfield in her final "filmed" starring role. The film is based on the stage play of the same title by Gerald Sanford, adapted by Matt Cimber, who also directed (credited on-screen as "Matteo Ottaviano"). The screenplay is by Michael Musto. Mansfield plays three different complex characters and over time many have considered this film to contain one of Mansfield's finest performances[citation needed] as she demonstrates her dramatic acting abilities, something she had longed to do throughout her career.[citation needed] The film also features an introduction by Walter Winchell who was a close friend of Mansfield's.

Dark Mirror (2007)

Dark Mirror is a 2007 psychological horror film, which was directed by Pablo Proenza, and stars Lisa Vidal, David Chisum, Christine Lakin, Lupe Ontiveros and Joshua Pelegrin, with a brief cameo by Daeg Faerch.

The Big Racket (1976)

Fabio Testi (REVOLVER, CONTRABAND) stars as Inspector Nico Palmieri, a tough police detective tearing apart Rome to bust a ruthless protection racket. But when these violent thugs expand their empire into drugs, rape and murder, Nico throws away the rulebook to unleash his own brand of justice. In a city ruled by fear, there's a fine line between cop and criminal, and one lawman is about to blast it to pieces! Academy Award nominee Vincent Gardenia (DEATH WISH) co-stars in this explosive crime thriller - featuring some of the most amazing stunts in '70s cinema - directed by Enzo G. Castellari (STREET LAW, THE HEROIN BUSTERS), now transferred from original vault materials and packed with explosive new extras.