The Old, the Young & the Sea (2013)
Surfers and ocean-lovers are drawn to the Atlantic coast of France, Spain and Portugal.
The Legend of Six Fingers (2014)
Neil and Andrew believe a bipedal creature with six fingers is responsible for domestic animal slayings. They have no idea their trip into the forest to search for the creature will turn into a terrifying journey.
The Lineup (1958)
A mob killer (Eli Wallach) recovers planted heroin from tourists arriving in San Francisco.
The Way to the Gold (1957)
Following his release from prison, an ex-con heads straight for a cache of gold buried somewhere in a small village.
Hempsters: Plant the Seed (2008)
Activists promote the growth and diverse use of hemp.
Stomping Ground (2014)
Ben and Annie run into an old friend and embark on an impromptu Bigfoot hunt that threatens their relationship and lives.
GTFO: The Movie (2015)
Developers, journalists, and academics discuss discrimination and misogyny in the video game industry.
Sakura Killers (1987)
A U.S. colonel (Chuck Conners) sends two men (Mike Kelly, George Nichols) to Taiwan to retrieve a videotaped gene-splicing formula stolen by ninjas for resale to the Soviets.
Death Rides the Plains (1943)
Two cowboys (Bob Livingston, Al "Fuzzy" St. John) trap a classified advertiser (Ray Bennett) who kills would-be buyers of his ranch.
Cyborg Cop III (1995)
Federal marshals pursue a TV reporter who stole the power supply for a diabolical cybernetics operation.
The Incredible Petrified World (1960)
Four people lowered in a scientist's (John Carradine) diving bell are trapped in an underwater cave.
The Sap (1926)
A small-town simpleton is blamed for his brother-in-law's crime.
The Moneychangers (1976)
Two vice presidents (Kirk Douglas, Christopher Plummer) jockey to replace the dying president of their bank.
Dora The Explorer: Dora Saves the Crystal Kingdom (2009)
Dora and Boots face knights, dragons and magicians in an attempt to save the Crystal Kingdom from a greedy king.
When I Came Home (2006)
Filmmaker Dan Lohaus examines the issue of homeless U.S. military veterans, ranging from the Vietnam War through those in Iraq and Afghanistan.
My Boss, My Teacher (2006)
A gangster who has not finished high school suddenly finds himself back in school, teaching prisoners out on parole.
Dawn of Dracula (2013)
Victoria Van Helsing and Patricia Pennyweather have to stop a group of occultists from reviving Count Dracula.
Everybody Go Home (1960)
Italian soldiers avoid fighting after the armistice.
Hey, Rookie (1944)
A GI producer (Larry Parks) is ordered to put on a show for the Army.
Nos voisins Dhantsu (2007)
Two reporters (Ral Bland, Stphane Lefebvre) travel to Tokyo to measure the tolerance and sense of humor of Japanese people.
American Girls (2013)
Schoolgirls are abducted and murdered in an all-American town.
A man falls in love with a girl after he sees her rescue a puppy. Soon, he goes to her hostel and expresses his love for her, but she rejects his proposal.
A grumpy landlord (Joseph Paur) with an ear for voice offers to coach his maid (Ivey Lloyd), an aspiring singer whose mother he almost evicted.
It's Hard to Be Nice (2007)
A Serbian cab driver, Fudo (Sasa Petrovic), tries to take care of his wife, Azra (Daria Lorenci), and their baby boy the best he can. But money is tight and, to stay above water, Fudo unfortunately helps out his old criminal buddies in various black market activities. He wants to go straight and expand his business, but things get scary when a deal goes badly and Fudo is seriously roughed up. With his wife threatening to leave him, Fudo has to make some hard decisions to clean up his life.
Moonlight on the Range (1937)
The law mistakes a singing cowboy (Fred Scott) for his look-alike outlaw stepbrother.
Danger Ahead (1940)
A gang of killers is brought to justice through the efforts of the mounted police and a particularly stubborn woman.
The Lady Has Plans (1942)
A Lisbon foreign correspondent and his assistant find themselves in the middle of an international spy chase.
Paper Soldier (2008)
Two women who loved the same man end up living together after his death.
Secrets to Love (2008)
Three couples of varying backgrounds discuss how to make a marriage work.
The Long Way Home (2018)
Adopted as a child, a man returns to Bulgaria to reunite with his biological mother and seven siblings.
Iris Chang: The Rape of Nanking (2007)
The story of Nanking seen through the eyes Iris Chang.
The Girl with the Red Hair (1981)
Hannie Schaft (Rene Soutendijk) joins the Dutch resistance and becomes an executioner of traitors during World War II.
Comment ça va? (1976)
Two newspaper workers try to make a film.
William S. Burroughs in the Dreamachine (2015)
Jon Aes-Nihil visits David Woodard and William S. Burroughs to record Burroughs' last discussion on drugs and government policies.
Ride in a Pink Car (1974)
A Vietnam veteran (Glenn Corbett) comes home to hostility in the South.
The Curse of Dracula (1958)
Gone to California without a passport, Dracula (Francis Lederer) poses as an artist and moves in with a family.
The Return of Dracula (1958)
Gone to California without a passport, Dracula (Francis Lederer) poses as an artist and moves in with a family.
The Architect (2012)
A clash of two sins results in chaos, and a parent's dreams spawn into a cataclysmic nightmare that devastates the entire family.
A Film With Me In It (2008)
Two roommates (Dylan Moran, Mark Doherty) ponder the problems of disposal when freak accidents claim the lives of one's friends and family.
Starboard Light (2015)
Family members witness the evaporation of a century of memories when they sell their summer home on Cape Cod.
Angry Babies in Love (2014)
Jeevan and Sarah marry in Mumbai. When they seek a divorce a year later, the court orders them to stay together for six months, but their housemaid's soft corner for Jeevan complicates things more.
Beatriz's War (2013)
A woman's husband mysteriously returns 16 years after he disappeared during a brutal massacre by occupying Indonesian forces.
Sukeban: Octopus Pot (2008)
Reiko tries to put her life in order after serving time.
Boarding School (1978)
An American teenager organizes her Swiss schoolmates in hatching a scheme to attract the boys from a nearby school.
Le déménagement (1997)
Everything goes wrong on the day a new sitcom writer and his pregnant wife are due to move into their new home.
Yellow Pages (1985)
A Beverly Hills socialite (Jean Simmons) pays a would-be private eye (Chris Lemmon) to watch her stepdaughter (Lea Thompson) in Europe.
Comfortably Lost (2013)
A jaded photographer rediscovers his passion for his art during an impulsive trip to a Cambodian village.
Sau Din Saas Ke (1980)
The story of how a tyrannical mother-in-law mends ways and improves her relationships with her sons and daughters-in-law.
Single Fin Yellow (2005)
Singlefin Yellow tells the story of one surfboard's life as it travels the globe shared by a group of friends.
La Salada (2014)
In a bustling market outside of Buenos Aires, a Bolivian immigrant becomes friends with a Korean immigrant.
Wink des Himmels (2005)
An engaged architect (Elisabeth Lanz) befriends an introverted widower (Helmut Zierl) and his 7-year-old son (Ludwig Zimmeck).
Dans un océan d'images (2013)
Helen Doyle forces people to look deeper at the outside world.
Brothers of the Black List (2014)
The longest litigated civil rights case in American history starts after police use a list of black college students to search for a criminal.
Can Mr. Smith Get to Washington Anymore? (2006)
An idealistic teacher launches a grassroots campaign to win Dick Gephardt's congressional seat.
Cagney & Lacey: Together Again (1995)
The detectives (Tyne Daly, Sharon Gless) probe the murder of a homeless man who terrorized a middle-class neighborhood.
Looking For An Echo (2000)
A former teen idol (Armand Assante) watches his middle child struggle with starting a rock band, while his youngest daughter battles leukemia.
Spanglish Girls (2012)
A woman throws her husband out for cheating and discovers she is pregnant. Instead of telling him, she lets her old girlfriend, a closeted lesbian, move in and trouble soon starts.
Sidecar Racers (1975)
A man undecided about his career becomes intrigued by the hazardous sport of sidecar motorcycle racing.
Ultracop 2000 (1992)
A band of law enforcers must stop an interplanetary outlaw from killing people on Earth.
This Is Exile: Diaries of Child Refugees (2015)
Children who have fled from the violence in Syria tell their stories.
Les Milles: The Train of Liberty (1994)
In 1940, as Jews and Communists were interned in Camp des Milles, a commander in France decides to save as many lives as possible.
A man (David Viator) tries to get even with his former boss.
Meet Mere Man Ke (1991)
A 1991 Hindi movie starring Salma Agha and Shafi Inamdar.
Don't Bet on Women (1931)
When a renowned bachelor is challenged by his friend to kiss the next woman who enters the room, he finds himself in a pickle when the woman is his friend's wife.
One Million K(l)icks (2015)
A fighter becomes involved in an underground martial arts tournament that airs online.
La madre muerta (1993)
A criminal is tormented by the memory of a murder he committed in the presence of the victim's young daughter.
The Branches of the Tree (1990)
An aged patriarch overhears distressing details about his sons' lives as they gather around his sickbed.
The Sleeper (2005)
An agent who took part in a clandestine CIA program to create psychic spies must fight for his life when the members of his group are systematically hunted and executed.
The Blue Black Hussar (2013)
Pop star Adam Ant embarks on his first tour in 15 years after being arrested and committed to a psychiatric ward.
Christmas Mountain (1981)
Inspired by an angel, an old cowboy (Slim Pickens) helps a widow and her children during the blizzard of '88.
On The Rumba River (2007)
Filmmaker Jacques Sasin pays tribute to revered Congolese musician Papa Wendo and documents a 2004 reunion concert featuring many of Wendo's former bandmates.
The Girl on the Broomstick (1972)
A witch finds a potion that allows her into the human world for 48 hours.
The Appalachian Trail: An American Legacy (2014)
From Maine to Georgia, the Appalachian Trail features beautiful landscapes through four seasons.
Rose of Death (2007)
Ten years after an innocent prom prank turned unexpectedly deadly, a group of murderous friends are being picked off one by one in this tale of vengeance from beyond the grave.
The Pacific and Eddy (2008)
Four friends attempt to come to terms with the loss of a dear friend.
Kino Eye (1924)
Dziga Vertov films the lives of youths in a Soviet combine.
While in Berlin, a stonemason (Daniel Craig) becomes obsessed with a young musician (Heike Makatsch) who already has a boyfriend (Charles Berling).
How to Hook Up Your Home Theater (2007)
Goofy contends with a multitude of issues while trying to set up a home-theater system.
Love, Speed and Thrills (1915)
Chaos strikes when an injured man (Chester Conklin) flirts with a married woman (Minta Durfee).
Comrade Nikanorova Awaits You (1978)
Katia falls in love with myriad men, looking for the one to sweep her off her feet.
John Giorno sleeps for five hours.
Up, Up, and Away (2000)
A teenage boy (Michael Pagan) tries to save his superhero parents (Robert Townsend, Cynthia Alex Datcher) from a criminal mastermind, even though he has no superpowers of his own.
Nirbhay the Fighter (2011)
A man (Jeeva) falls in love with a girl (Shriya Saran) after saving her from a thug.
Champagne Waltz (1937)
In Vienna, a new jazz club featuring American trumpeter Buzzy Bellew (Fred MacMurray) threatens the existence of its neighbor, the Waltz Palace, run by Franz Strauss (Fritz Leiber) and featuring his granddaughter, singer Elsa (Gladys Swarthout). Smitten by Elsa, Buzzy hides his identity and association with the club -- whose owner (Jack Oakie) intends to buy out the Palace property. When Elsa accidentally learns who Buzzy really is, it appears he may have to return to America alone.
The Ghost of Yotsuya (1959)
A ghost rises from the grave to seek revenge on the husband (Shigeru Amachi) who killed her.
Golpes en Mi Puerta (1994)
When Sisters Ana (Veronica Oddo) and Ursula (Elba Escobar), two nuns living in a large Latin American city, meet a political fugitive on the run from the corrupt city government, they decide to give him a place to hide from his pursuers. Refusing to lie, the Sisters' actions are soon discovered, placing them in danger of execution as well. The mayor (Juan Carlos Gen) is keenly aware of the repercussions from executing two nuns, however, so he must decide what to do with the treasonous women.
Blood of the Executioner (1963)
An executioner and his son, who has been charged as a traitor, together try to expose the cunning Grand Inquisitor.
Cavalry Scout (1951)
An Army scout (Rod Cameron) stops smugglers before they can sell Gatling guns stolen from an arsenal.
The Offering (2011)
A sheriff is forced into a web of death and intrigue after her daughter is kidnapped by a killer.
The Russian Singer (1993)
A Danish diplomat (Ole Lemmeke) and a Russian colonel (Elena Butenko) link a sex scandal to politics in Moscow.
No Way Out (1972)
A syndicate contract killer lashes out in a fury of retaliation against his boss for the murders of his wife and child.
In the Nick of Time (1991)
Santa Claus (Lloyd Bridges) has seven days to find a replacement or his holiday tradition will be lost forever.
Attention, Turtle! (1970)
When a boy falls ill, his pet turtle needs to be rescued from two cruel boys who want to see if they can break its shell.
Laughing at Life (1933)
An Irish gunrunner (Victor McLaglen) goes to South America and meets his long-lost son.
A retired lawman (Andr Dussollier) who has Alzheimer's disease suspects that a serial killer is loose in his nursing home.
Sea Scouts (1939)
Donald takes his nephews out in a large sailboat, and the inexperienced crew has trouble dealing with a hungry shark.
Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel (2002)
Friends and fellow musicians, including Snoop Dogg and Suge Knight, reflect on the life, music and violent death of the rapper and actor.
Boothill Brigade (1937)
A cowboy (Johnny Mack Brown) uses his fists to save squatters from a land-grabber.
The Spell (1977)
A distraught mother must cope with her embittered daughter who has the ability to cause "accidents" to happen.
Lawless Empire (1945)
The Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) helps a fighting preacher (Tex Harding) build his church.