Hush Little Baby (2007)
Jamie Ashford (Victoria Pratt) suffered a devastating loss when her first child drowned. Now, just a year after her daughter's death, and despite taking precautions, Jamie is surprised to find out she's carrying another child. After a difficult pregnancy and birth, Jamie begins to suspect that her newborn Caitlin is not the sweet baby she appears to be. A series of suspicious accidents convinces Jamie that Caitlin may be evil. Has Caitlin been taken over by a vengeful spirit, or is Jamie's guilt over her first daughter's death - and the grief she has yet to deal with - affecting her sanity? When the truth is revealed, it seems Jamie was right all along.
Benji Takes a Dive at Marineland (1981)
Benji is a frisky mutt who is extremely friendly and has a knack for getting himself into all sorts of adventures. This time, it's a series of encounters at Marineland as he comes face to face with a great many types of animals that he has never seen before. From dolphins and orcas to barracudas and seals, he's in for many surprises, and his trip becomes especially exciting when he jumps in the water to splash around with some of his new friends. Since he doesn't swim as well as they do, they might have to lend him a flipper.
Here Come the Littles (1985)
Here Come the Littles is a 1985 animated fantasy film produced in France by DIC Entertainment and distributed by Atlantic Releasing. It was directed by Bernard Deyriès and adapted by Woody Kling from John Peterson's series of books, The Littles, and also based on the ABC television show of the same name.
Here Come the Littles follows a boy named Henry Bigg as he meets a family of miniature people that lives in his home. While his uncle Augustus plans to build a shopping center at the site of his home, Henry teams up with the Littles to prevent this scheme.
The film was screened at weekend matinees during its original U.S. release, and made over US$6.5 million. It was not a critical success; reviewers found fault with the story and animation style. The film was released on VHS in late 1985, and on DVD in early 2004. Another Littles film, Liberty and the Littles, premiered on television in late 1986.
The Brute Man (1946)
The Brute Man is a 1946 American horror thriller film starring Rondo Hatton as the Creeper, a murderer seeking revenge against the people he holds responsible for the disfigurement of his face. Directed by Jean Yarbrough, the film features Tom Neal and Jan Wiley as a married pair of friends the Creeper blames for his deformities. Jane Adams also starred as a blind pianist for whom the Creeper tries to raise money for an operation to restore her vision.
The film was produced by Universal Pictures near the end of their horror film period. According to legend, as the result of its pending merger with International Pictures, Universal Pictures adopted a policy against releasing any more B movies, so sold The Brute Man for $125,000 to poverty row's Producers Releasing Corporation, which distributed the film without any mention of Universal's involvement in publicity or credits. In fact, Universal released at least one B-western following the merger, and still had numerous other titles in active circulation from the preceding few years, at the time of the merger. Most experts tend to believe that Universal simply found the exploitation of the deceased Hatton and his deformity for the third time, in his last film (in which evidence of his impending demise may be foreshadowed in his acting), and of a poorly-developed story, to be detrimental to its corporate image but did not want to take a financial loss by simply shelving the film permanently.
Considered a lost film after its initial release, because it was neither reissued theatrically by Madison Pictures, inheritor of the PRC library of films, nor sent to television by Universal, it was eventually relocated for television by TNT and subsequently released to home video in 1982. The Brute Man received generally negative reviews, drawing particular criticism for Hatton's poor performance. The film was featured in a 1996 episode of the movie-mocking comedy television series Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Hanussen is a 1988 Hungarian film about Erik Jan Hanussen by István Szabó. It was nominated for the 1988 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The German language film starred Klaus Maria Brandauer. The film was entered into the 1988 Cannes Film Festival.
House II: The Second Story (1987)
House II: The Second Story (also released as La Casa Di Helen or informally as La Casa 6) is a 1987 American comedy horror film. While it is a sequel to the 1986 film House, House II does not involve the storyline and characters from the first film, and is a new supernatural comedy, with a tone even lighter than the original film's.
Hook, Line and Sinker (1969)
Hook, Line & Sinker is a 1969 American comedy film starring Jerry Lewis. It was shot from April 1-June 20, 1968 and released on June 6, 1969 by Columbia Pictures. This was the final film for director George Marshall, whose career dated back to 1916. This was also Lewis' last movie for Columbia.
Hillbillys In A Haunted House (1967)
Country singers on their way to Nashville have car trouble, forcing them to stop at an old haunted mansion. Soon they realize that the house is not only haunted, but is also the headquarters of a ring of international spies after a top secret formula for rocket fuel.
Indian Summer (1993)
Indian Summer is a 1993 comedy drama film written and directed by Mike Binder. The movie was filmed at Camp Tamakwa, a summer camp in Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada, Binder attended for 10 summers as a child. Indian Summer features an ensemble cast, including Binder's childhood friend, film director Sam Raimi, who has a supporting role in it.
The Indian (2009)
Adopted by Dutch parents, a Peruvian boy struggles with self-identity.
Imaginary Crimes (1994)
Ray Weller is a charmer who could sell cookies to Girl Scouts. He knows he’ll strike it rich if he just keeps hustling. What he doesn’t know is that his pie-in-the-sky schemes are separating him from the family he so dearly loves.
King of the Grizzlies (1970)
Moki, a Cree Indian, is made foreman of a sprawling cattle ranch owned by his former army commander. When he rescues a bear cub, Wahb, he feels a mystical connection between himself and the magnificent creature. Later, Wahb, now a 1,300-pound bear, returns from the wild to wreak havoc on the cattle ranch, and Moki must face this fearsome grizzly.
The Killer Is Loose (1956)
The Killer Is Loose is a 1956 American crime film noir directed by Budd Boetticher and starring Joseph Cotten, Rhonda Fleming and Wendell Corey.
Knockabout is a 1979 Hong Kong martial arts comedy film starring Yuen Biao and directed by Sammo Hung, who also co-stars in the film.
King of the Mountain (1981)
King of the Mountain is a 1981 American drama film starring Harry Hamlin, Joseph Bottoms, Deborah Van Valkenburgh, Richard Cox, Seymour Cassel and Dennis Hopper about a group that race their cars up and down Mulholland Drive for both money and prestige.
The film's primary focus is Steve (Harry Hamlin), who has found himself generally content with his uncomplicated life of working and racing. This creates some amount of tension between him and his friends, who have been losing their interest in racing and have been attempting to make serious inroads in the music industry. Steve's blossoming relationship with singer Tina (Deborah Van Valkenburgh) causes him to re-think his mantra, as he realizes that a truly fulfilling life involves more than just work and play.
The film was poorly regarded critically and did not perform well in the box office, although it was significant in being among the first films about street racing and communities of street racers, as well as because it was inspired by the activities of real people who raced in the Los Angeles area. It also marked somewhat of a return for Dennis Hopper, who had spent several months secluded away from Los Angeles prior to making his appearance.
Kingdom of the Spiders (1977)
When chemical pesticides wipe out the insect population in Arizona, a spider colony with no food supply ravenously threaten everything in their path.
King Kung Fu (1976)
King Kung Fu is a 1976 comedy film directed by Lance D. Hayes that is a low budget spoof of both King Kong and Kung Fu done in a slapstick style.
Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s second feature depicts the intolerance of a circle of financially and sexually frustrated friends when an immigrant laborer (Fassbinder) moves to their Munich neighborhood. This scalpel-sharp theatrical experiment, based on one of the director’s successful early stage plays, is both a personal expression of alienation on the part of the filmmaker and a comment on the persistence of xenophobic scapegoating in German society.
His And Her Christmas (2005)
His and Her Christmas is a 2005 television film directed by Farhad Mann and starring Dina Meyer and David Sutcliffe. It first aired on December 19, 2005 on Lifetime.
Home Movie (2009)
Home Movie is a 2008 horror film and is the directorial debut of actor Christopher Denham.
The film received favorable reviews at Montreal’s 2008 Fantasia Film Festival. Following the final screening, bids were made on the film and IFC Entertainment acquired the U.S. rights for IFC's Festival Direct Video On Demand and DVD rights Nationwide. The film stars Adrian Pasdar, Cady McClain, Amber Joy Williams, and Austin Williams.
Hussy is a 1980 British film starring Helen Mirren, John Shea, and Paul Angelis, and directed by Matthew Chapman.
A Hijacking (2012)
A Hijacking (Danish: Kapringen) is a 2012 Danish thriller film written and directed by Tobias Lindholm about a ship hijacking. Pilou Asbæk and Søren Malling star as a cook taken hostage and the CEO that attempts to negotiate for his release, respectively. It premiered at the 69th Venice International Film Festival.
Heroes Of Dirt (2015)
A BMX dirt jumper (Joel Moody) becomes a reluctant mentor to a troubled teen (Will Martinez) who secretly traffics drugs.
Holding Trevor (2007)
Holding Trevor is a 2007 gay American romantic-drama written by and starring Brent Gorski as Trevor and produced and directed by Rosser Goodman.
The House by the Cemetery (1981)
The House by the Cemetery (Italian: Quella villa accanto al cimitero) is a 1981 Italian slasher film directed by Lucio Fulci. The film stars Catriona MacColl, Paolo Malco, Ania Pieroni, Giovanni Frezza, Silvia Collatina and Dagmar Lassander. It is the third instalment of the unofficial Gates of Hell trilogy which also includes City of the Living Dead and The Beyond. Its plot revolves around a series of murders taking place in a New England home–a home which happens to be hiding a particularly gruesome secret within its basement walls. Themes and motifs from popular horror films such as The Shining, The Amityville Horror and Frankenstein are readily on display. This movie made the infamous video nasty list in the United Kingdom.
Hollywood Boulevard (1976)
Hollywood Boulevard is a 1976 film directed by Allan Arkush and Joe Dante, it is the feature film directorial debut of both directors. This film stars Candice Rialson as an aspiring actress who has just arrived in Los Angeles, and was made as a result of a bet between Jon Davison and Roger Corman to make the cheapest ever film for New World Pictures. This was accomplished by extensive use of footage from other New World films.
How To Deal (2003)
How to Deal is a 2003 romantic comedy-drama film directed by Clare Kilner and starring Mandy Moore, Allison Janney and Trent Ford. It is based on Sarah Dessen's novels That Summer and Someone like You.
High Tide (1987)
Story about a backup singer for an Elvis impersonator who re-enters her past when she leaves a tour in a small town and finds her daughter in a mobile home park.
Diving In (1990)
Diving In is a 1990 American film directed by Strathford Hamilton and starring Matt Adler.
The Dark Side of Midnight (1984)
The Dark Side of Midnight (also known as The Creeper) is a 1984 thriller written and directed by Wes Olsen. The plot follows a detective on the trail of a serial killer known as 'The Creeper', whose relentless string of murders are terrorizing the residents of a small town.
The film is currently distributed by Troma Entertainment.
Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972)
In this sequel to THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES, the disfigured Dr. Anton Phibes sets out for Egypt to find the secret elixir of life so that he may resurrect his dead wife, who was killed through alleged medical incompetence.
Raw Meat (1972)
Death Line is a 1972 British horror film, distributed as Raw Meat in the United States. The film stars Donald Pleasence as Inspector Calhoun, and was directed by the American filmmaker Gary Sherman.
Embryo is a 1976 science fiction horror film directed by Ralph Nelson starring Rock Hudson alongside Barbara Carrera, with a cameo appearance by Roddy McDowall. It deals with the mental and physical consequences of growing a human embryo in an artificial uterus.
Not to be confused with Danny Elfman, an award-winning composer.
Elf-Man is a direct-to-video Christmas family comedy film starring Jason Acuña as the title character. It is distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment and was released in USA, UK, Australia and New Zealand on December 4, 2012. Worldwide sales by Vision Films.
Escanaba In Da Moonlight (2001)
Escanaba in da Moonlight is a 2001 movie starring Jeff Daniels. It is a comedy about hunting and hunting traditions and is set (and filmed) in the Escanaba, Michigan area. The film is known for its spectacular usage of upper peninsula Chickens and deer. The movie is the film adaptation of the play of the same name, which premiered at Jeff Daniels' Purple Rose Theatre in Chelsea, Michigan.
Mass murder at a nightclub puts an anchorwoman (Suzanne Somers) onto a story which soon hits too close to home.
The East (2013)
The East is a 2013 English-language thriller film directed by Zal Batmanglij and starring Brit Marling, Alexander Skarsgård, and Ellen Page. Writers Batmanglij and Marling spent two months in 2009 practicing freeganism and co-wrote a screenplay inspired by their experiences and drawing on thrillers from the 1970s. The American studio Fox Searchlight Pictures had bought rights to distribute Batmanglij's previous film Sound of My Voice and also collaborated with the director to produce The East. With Ridley Scott as producer and Tony Scott as executive producer, Fox Searchlight contracted Scott Free Productions, headquartered in London, to produce the film. The East was filmed in two months in Shreveport, Louisiana at the end of 2011. The film premiered to strong reviews at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2013. It was released in theaters on May 31, 2013.
The Evictors (1979)
The Evictors is a 1979 horror/crime cult film written and directed by Charles B. Pierce.
Enemies Among Us (2010)
Enemies Among Us is a 2010 thriller film starring Billy Zane and Eric Roberts. It is the first film by independent superstar director Dan Garcia, who produced Death Toll and Sinners and Saints.
A Friend of Mine (2006)
A Friend of Mine (Ein Freund von mir) is a 2006 German comedy drama feature film written and directed by Sebastian Schipper who is a performer as well as a director and screenwriter. The casting was held in Hamburg and filmed in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, and Barcelona. The film tells the story of Karl (played by Daniel Brühl), an insurance executive, and his friendship with the free-spirited Hans (Jurgen Vogel) whom he meets after being assigned to spy on a questionable car rental service by his boss. The film was released in theatres in Germany on October 7, 2006 and had a budget of around €2,700,000.
The Evil Woods (2007)
Supernatural terror haunts stranded teenage campers in the wilderness.
The End Of Violence (1997)
The End of Violence is a 1997 film by the German director Wim Wenders. The film's cast includes Bill Pullman, Andie MacDowell, Gabriel Byrne, Traci Lind, Rosalind Chao, and Loren Dean, among others. It also features a soundtrack marked with the signature sounds of Wenders regulars Jon Hassell, Ry Cooder, and Bono. The film was praised by a select few critics for its cinematography, but performed poorly in the box office. It was entered into the 1997 Cannes Film Festival. The movie had a budget of $5 million, but only received $386,673 in its domestic box office. Like many other of Wenders' American movies, the film was shot in multiple locations, for instance the Griffith Observatory in Griffith Park and the Santa Monica Pier. A scene in the film shows a live recreation of the painting Nighthawks by Edward Hopper.
The Experts (1989)
The Experts is a 1989 American comedy film starring John Travolta, Arye Gross and Kelly Preston. It was written by Steven Greene, Eric Alter, and Nick Thiel and directed by Dave Thomas. During production there were several uncredited rewrites of the script performed by Thomas at the request of Paramount chief Ned Tannen.
Enemy Territory (1987)
Set in a highrise tenement building, two unsuspecting visitors become prey to the ensuing violence and terror inflicted on its residents. Caught after dark in an area controlled by a blood thirsty gang, two men's only chance for survival is to rely upon the help of the terrified tenants of the building.
El nido (1980)
The Nest (Spanish: El Nido) is a 1980 Spanish drama film written and directed by Jaime de Armiñán, starring Héctor Alterio and Ana Torrent.The plot follows the emotionally intense relationship between an old widower and a precocious thirteen-year-old girl. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 53rd Academy Awards.
Exit the Dragon, Enter the Tiger (1976)
Exit the Dragon, Enter the Tiger (Chinese title: 天皇巨星; Cantonese: Tian huang ju xing), also released as Bruce Lee: The Star of Stars, is a 1976 Bruceploitation film starring Bruce Li. The title is a play on the Bruce Lee film Enter the Dragon and is one of the most well-known films in the Bruceploitation genre.
I Want You (1998)
I Want You is an 1998 English crime film directed by Michael Winterbottom.
Is There Life Out There? (1994)
Is There Life Out There is a 1994 American television film starring Reba McEntire, who also sings the title song.
Inseparable (Chinese: 形影不离) is a 2011 Chinese psychological comedy-drama film written and directed by Dayyan Eng, and stars Kevin Spacey (whose involvement made him the first Hollywood star to headline a 100% Chinese-funded film), Gong Beibi and Daniel Wu.
Under Heaven (1998)
Under Heaven is a 1998 American drama film directed by Meg Richman.
I Trust You To Kill Me (2006)
I Trust You To Kill Me, released in January 2006, is a documentary film directed by Manu Boyer and featuring the California band Rocco DeLuca and the Burden and Canadian actor Kiefer Sutherland, who acted as the band's tour manager during their 2006 European tour. The band is currently signed to Sutherland's independent record label Ironworks.
Originally broadcast in the UK on Sky One in February 2006, it has also been released on DVD in North America (NTSC) and broadcast on the American cable television channel VH1. Other DVD release dates are unknown.
The Infiltrator (1995)
After German police mistake him for one of the neo-Nazis who have been targeting minorities, Yaron Svoray (Oliver Platt), an American journalist who's researching a story about hate groups, decides to go undercover in an effort to gain access to the group's darker secrets. Soon Yaron is allowed to attend gatherings where very prominent people pledge loyalty to Nazism. Ultimately, his reporting uncovers a network of bigotry with roots in many countries.
It Came From Hollywood (1982)
It Came from Hollywood is a 1982 comedy film compiling clips from various B movies. Written by Dana Olsen and directed by Malcolm Leo and Andrew Solt, the film features wraparound segments and narration by several famous comedians, including Dan Aykroyd, John Candy, Gilda Radner, and Cheech and Chong. Sections of It Came from Hollywood focus on gorilla pictures, anti-marijuana films and the works of Ed Wood. The closing signature song was the doo wop hit "What's Your Name" by Don and Juan.
It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time (1975)
It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time is a 1975 Canadian comedy film. It was one of John Candy's earlier films before he came to the attention of the mainstream. He plays the minor role of an investigating police officer. However, for marketing/publicity reasons, Candy appears on the cover of the DVD release.
James White (2015)
James White is a 2015 American drama film written and directed by Josh Mond. The film stars Christopher Abbott, Cynthia Nixon, Scott Mescudi, Ron Livingston, Makenzie Leigh and David Call.
James White premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival where it won the NEXT Audience Award. The film received a limited release on November 13, 2015, by The Film Arcade.
Jekyll & Hyde (1990)
A Victorian London doctor (Michael Caine) messes with nature, drinks a potion and frees his bad side.
Jack-Jack Attack (2005)
Jack-Jack Attack is a 2005 computer animated short film produced by Pixar based on their film The Incredibles, and directed by Brad Bird.
Unlike many of their previous shorts, it was not given a theatrical release, but was included on the DVD release of the film. The idea for this short came from an idea for a scene originally considered for inclusion in the film The Incredibles; it was cut from the feature and subsequently expanded into this short. The short is based on the baby, Jack-Jack, and takes place at around the same time as the events of the main film. From The Incredibles, the audience knows that Jack-Jack's babysitter Kari McKeen started experiencing difficulty with him shortly after hanging up the phone with his mother, Helen Parr (also known as Elastigirl or Mrs. Incredible).
Jogwa - The Awakening is a National Film Award-winning 2009 Marathi film directed by Rajiv Patil and produced under iDream Productions & Screenplay by Sanjay Krishnaji Patil. It stars Upendra Limaye and Mukta Barve in the lead roles while Priya Berde, Vinay Apte, Sharvani Pillai and Kishor Kadam essay supporting roles.
Just 45 Minutes From Broadway (2012)
Old family secrets come to light during a family gathering to meet the fiance of the older of two sisters.
Jealousy Is My Middle Name (2002)
Jealousy Is My Middle Name is a 2003 South Korean film. It won Best Film honors at the Busan International Film Festival and the Rotterdam Film Festival and was the directorial debut of Park Chan-ok. It was inspired by the poem of the same name by Ki Hyung-do.
Just Tell Me What You Want (1980)
Just Tell Me What You Want is a 1980 American comedy film directed by Sidney Lumet. It stars Ali MacGraw, Peter Weller and Alan King, and was also Myrna Loy's final film. The screenplay by Jay Presson Allen, adapted from her novel, won her the David di Donatello Award for Best Screenplay of a Foreign Film. To date, this remains Ali MacGraw's last leading-lady film role.
The Jayne Mansfield Story (1980)
The Jayne Mansfield Story is a 1980 American made-for-television biographical film directed by Dick Lowry, starring Loni Anderson as the actress, and Arnold Schwarzenegger as her body builder husband; based on the life of Jayne Mansfield. The film was originally titled Jayne Mansfield: A Symbol of the '50's. The script is based on the book Jayne Mansfield and the American Fifties by Martha Saxton.
Hoffman is a 1970 British film directed by Alvin Rakoff and starring Peter Sellers, Sinéad Cusack, Ruth Dunning and Jeremy Bulloch. It is notable for the haunting music by Ron Grainer, the theatrical art of scene setting, fine color cinematography, and as one of Sellers' few 'straight' performances.
The Hagstone Demon (2011)
The Hagstone Demon is a 2009 American horror film directed by Jon Springer and starring Mark Borchardt as a drunken ex-reporter plagued by demonic forces. Borchardt, who is best known as the subject of the cult documentary American Movie (1999), appears in a rare leading role in this film.
A new worker (Benjamin John Parrillo) on a graveyard shift learns he must find a missing head or else lose his own.
Halloween: 25 Years of Terror (2006)
This is a documentary about the Halloween series. There are interviews with some of the cast members including Jamie Lee Curtis as well as insight as to how the movie started. You will see the locations that were used in the movies and find out what has made the Halloween franchise so popular.
Hardwired is a 2009 American science fiction film directed by Ernie Barbarash, written by Mike Hurst, and starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Val Kilmer. The film was released on direct-to-DVD in the United States on November 3, 2009.
Harlem Blues (2003)
When Ishmael is released from prison, he is forced to return to the life on the streets that he thought he had left behind. Determined to survive, he trains as a professional fighter, and struggles to stay out of the world of gangs, drugs and turf war.
Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers (1988)
Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers is a 1988 American comedy horror B-movie directed by Fred Olen Ray, and starring Gunnar Hansen, Linnea Quigley, Jay Richardson and Michelle Bauer.
Chu Chu and the Philly Flash (1981)
Chu Chu and the Philly Flash is a 1981 comedy film starring Alan Arkin, Carol Burnett, Jack Warden, Ruth Buzzi, Adam Arkin and Danny Aiello. It was released in 1981 by 20th Century Fox. Arkin plays a down-on-his-luck former baseball player and Burnett plays a Carmen Miranda-style performer. The film had received negative reviews from critics and was a box office bomb. Many of the scenes, particularly the exterior scenes of Chu Chu's home, were filmed in San Francisco's Potrero Hill district.
Carry On Behind (1975)
Carry On Behind is the 27th in the series of Carry On films to be made, and was released in 1975. It was the first not to be scripted by Talbot Rothwell since Carry On Cruising 13 years previously. Also missing was series stalwart Sid James. James was busy touring in a play whilst Rothwell's health prevented him from writing. The regular actors present are Kenneth Williams, Kenneth Connor, Jack Douglas, Joan Sims and Peter Butterworth. Carry On Behind was the final picture in the series for Bernard Bresslaw (in his 14th appearance) and Patsy Rowlands (in her ninth appearance). This was Elke Sommer's only appearance in a Carry On and the first of two entries in the series for Windsor Davies.
The Carey Treatment (1972)
At a Boston hospital, Dr. Carey becomes an amateur sleuth to help clear a colleague who's accused of botching an illegal abortion that kills a 15 year old girl.
The Chairman (1969)
The Chairman (or alternatively The Most Dangerous Man in the World) is a 1969 spy film starring Gregory Peck. It was directed by J. Lee Thompson. The screenplay was by Ben Maddow, based on a novel by Jay Richard Kennedy.
Carry On Camping (1969)
Sid Boggle (Sidney James) and Bernie Lugg (Bernard Bresslaw) decide to take their girlfriends on a camping holiday. No ordinary camping holiday, though, as unknown to the girls, they are heading for a nudist camp. On arrival, however, they discover that they have been misled - to Sid and Bernie’s disappointment, everyone is fully clothed!
Dragon Hunter (2008)
Two orphaned brothers lead a quest to defeat the ferocious fire-breathing dragons that are decimating the land, but only the fabled Dragon Hunter can win this battle.
Dance With Me (1998)
When the charming Rafael (Chayanne) meets cool Ruby (Vanessa L. Williams), his honesty and sensuality awake in her new and, at first, frightening passions. Though Rafael follows Ruby to Las Vegas forth World Open Dance Championships, she is destined to dance with another... and win. But Rafael is looking for more than just a dance partner and Ruby could take home something far more precious than a trophy in this steamy story of love and dance.
8 Women (2002)
8 Women (French: 8 femmes) is a 2002 French dark comedy musical film, written and directed by François Ozon. Based on the 1958 play by Robert Thomas, it features an ensemble cast of high-profile French actresses that includes Danielle Darrieux, Catherine Deneuve, Isabelle Huppert, Emmanuelle Béart, Fanny Ardant, Virginie Ledoyen, Ludivine Sagnier, and Firmine Richard. Revolving around an eccentric family of women and their employees in the 1950s, the film follows eight women as they gather to celebrate Christmas in an isolated, snowbound cottage only to find Marcel, the family patriarch, dead with a knife in his back. Trapped in the house, every woman becomes a suspect, each having her own motive and secret.
Ozon initially envisioned a remake of George Cukor's 1939 film The Women, but eventually settled on Thomas's Huit femmes after legal obstacles prevented him from doing so. Drawing inspiration from Cukor's screwball comedies of the late 1930s and the 1950s work of pioneering directors such as Douglas Sirk, Vincente Minnelli, and Alfred Hitchcock, 8 Women blends farce, melodrama, musical, and murder-mystery film while addressing murder, greed, adultery, and homosexuality. Set primarily in the entry hall of a manor house, the film recreates much of the play's original theatrical feel. It also serves as a pastiche of and homage to the history of film and the actresses' filmographies.
The film's premiere was held on 8 January 2002 in Paris, where filming had taken place. 8 Women competed for the Golden Bear at the 52nd Berlin International Film Festival, where its all-female cast was awarded the Silver Bear. Released to generally positive reviews, with major praise for the stars, the film was nominated for twelve César Awards, including Best Film. At the 2002 European Film Awards, the film was nominated for six awards, including Best Film and Best Director; it won for Best Actress for the eight principal actresses.
12-12-12 is a documentary film that premiered on October 29, 2013 at the Directors Guild of America theater on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood.
Filmed from 23 different camera angles, the documentary was originally to have been two separate movies, made by two separate production groups, one headed by Sir Paul McCartney, and one from the Robin Hood Foundation's film team. After production crews encountered one another at Madison Square Garden during filming, the two teams joined forces to create one single movie using both companies' equipment and resources.
On December 12, 2012, some of entertainment’s most iconic names came together at Madison Square Garden for a historic concert to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy, 12-12-12: The Concert for Sandy Relief.
It was produced jointly by James Dolan, Executive Chairman of The Madison Square Garden Company; John Sykes, President of Entertainment Enterprises for Clear Channel Media Holdings.; and Harvey Weinstein, Co-Founder and Chairman of The Weinstein Company, and presented by Chase with all proceeds going to the Robin Hood Relief Fund.
12-12-12 covers behind-the-scenes and onstage moments from the historic concert -- "the largest gathering of old British musicians ever in Madison Square Garden" an until-then unprecedented gathering of musicians, performers, and public figures who took the stage or worked behind the scenes to raise over fifty million U.S. dollars in one night for the Robin Hood Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund and to quickly distribute the entirety of the funds to organizations helping victims in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Edited in a roughly sequential fashion, the movie is at once: a documentary about community heroism; a concert movie; and an exploration of the wide range of efforts needed to produce such a concert, from gathering the artists, to planning the event, through load-in and rehearsal, solving "money problems" and technical issues with web-based donations, and finally the performances themselves.
3 Geezers! (2013)
3 Geezers! is a 2013 American comedy film starring J. K. Simmons, Tim Allen, Scott Caan, Breckin Meyer, Randy Couture and Basil Hoffman. It was the second collaboration between Allen and Couture, after the 2008 martial arts comedy-drama film, Redbelt.
24 City (2008)
24 City is a 2008 film directed and cowritten by Chinese film-maker Jia Zhangke. The film follows three generations of characters in Chengdu as a state-owned factory gives way to a modern apartment complex. The film was also known as The Story of 24 City during production.
Alien 51 (2004)
Alien 51 is a 2004 low-budget science fiction film starring Heidi Fleiss.
Alaska: Spirit Of The Wild (1998)
Alaska: Spirit of the Wild is a 70mm American documentary film featuring the landscape and wildlife of Alaska. It is narrated by Charlton Heston and released to IMAX theaters in 1997.
An AWOL Marine with secret government information is hunted by Russian special operations soldiers, the L.A.P.D., and a dangerous assassin.
Bowery Blitzkrieg (1941)
Bowery Blitzkrieg is a 1941 film and the sixth installment of the East Side Kids series. The film "introduced" Huntz Hall in his first of the East Side Kids film series.
It was released in the United Kingdom under the title Stand and Deliver.
Balls to the Wall (2011)
Balls to the Wall is an 2011 American comedy film written by Jason Nutt and directed by Penelope Spheeris. The film had its premiere at the Newport Beach Film Festival on April 30, 2011.
American Brawler (2013)
A struggling martial arts teacher must compete in an underground fight ring order to save his brother from a crime boss and reunite with his family.
Beach Balls (1988)
A California beach boy (Philip Paley) and his sister like a beach girl (Heidi Helmer) and her lifeguard brother.
Bindlestiffs is a 2012 comedy film produced by Andrew Edison and Luke Loftin, the writers, editors, and main two stars, which also stars John Karna. The film was completed in 2011 but wasn't picked up until 2012 after its premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival, where it won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature. It was picked up for distribution in 2012 by Kevin Smith under his SModcast Pictures Presents label, in association with Phase 4 Films, the first under this label. It has received a somewhat cult status from the internet, becoming available on VOD, iTunes, and DVD from Redbox.
See You After School (2006)
See You After School is a 2006 South Korean comical melodrama about typical loser's zero to hero conquest.
Bob the Builder: Adventures by the Sea (2012)
Join the team at the beach and home in five exciting episodes. When Bob fixes the light at the lighthouse, Scoop gets distracted by the sea and learns a lesson about listening. Next, Bob and friends build a beach cafe. Scratch learns how to be 'cool' from Brad Rad. Later, a fun day at the beach turns dangerous when Muck makes a mistake. Back at the yard, new garages for the machines bring them closer together as a team. The yard remodel is completed with a new machine wash. Scrambler learns what it means to be brave.
Black Limousine (2010)
Jack (David Arquette) works as a limousine driver while trying to cope with deep emotional pain and failed marriage and career. He meets a sexy woman (Bijou Phillips), and his life veers toward the edge of madness.
Beach Movie (1998)
Two surfers show three wealthy men how to woo women on a Southern California beach.
Bob Funk (2009)
A divorced, alcoholic salesman attempts to pull his life together in time to get his old job back and avoid becoming the laughing stock of the company in this midlife crisis comedy starring Michael Leydon Campbell, Rachael Leigh Cook, and Amy Ryan. As if a failing marriage and a serious bout with the bottle aren't troublesome enough, socially challenged salesman Bob Funk realizes that his life has really hit the skids when he's fired by his own mother. Now, in order to rejoin the sales force, Bob will have to take stock of his life and meet his problems head on. When Bob finds himself falling for the very woman his mother has hired in as his replacement, however, the road to recovery starts to get a little bumpy.
Lee Van Cleef plays a fiercely independent ferry operator in the American West. Bandit Warren Oates and his gang, with booty acquired from destroying a nearby town, demand passage on the ferry--or else! Mr. Van Cleef declines...
Blink Of An Eye (1992)
Terrorists seeking weapons-grade plutonium face a U.S. agent (Michael Paré) trained as a deadly psychic warrior.
Bobby Fischer Against The World (2011)
Bobby Fischer Against the World is a documentary feature film that explores the life of chess Grandmaster and 11th World Champion Bobby Fischer. It incorporates interviews with chess players Anthony Saidy, Larry Evans, Sam Sloan, Susan Polgar, Garry Kasparov, Asa Hoffmann, Friðrik Ólafsson, Lothar Schmid and others. It includes rare archive footage from the World Chess Championship 1972.
Liz Garbus began her work on the film after Fischer's death in 2008 at the age of 64. She said of Fischer: "It's hard to imagine that in 1972, all eyes were on a chess match, but it does, in fact, seem to be the case. Bobby Fischer was this self-taught Brooklyn boy who took the New York chess scene and then the national chess scene by storm. And the Russians had been dominating the sport for decades. ... So for an American to have a real chance at beating that [Soviet] machine, this was big stuff. ... The symbolism of the match was enormous."
The documentary has a 87% rating and an average rating of 7.1/10 on Rotten Tomatoes, with the consensus not yet reached.
The film is dedicated to editor Karen Schmeer, who was killed in a hit-and-run accident while they were already a few months into the editing process.
Dance Academy (1988)
In a beautiful mansion overlooking the ocean sits a prestigious and traditional dance academy. Miss McKenzie was formerly the owner of the once profitable academy, but was forced to sell the academy due to dwindling profits. A new anonymous owner has purchased the school and introduced a new vision to turn the school around by introducing a new jazz program with a new radical instrutor, Moon.
A new and unlikely student soon arrives at the academy. After losing his working class job, Vince hitches a ride with some people who are on their way to the dance academy. After arriving, Vince finds himself drawn to the music at the school. He executes some of karate moves to music and Moon is so impressed with Vince's style that he offers Vince a chance to study at the academy.
Moon and Miss McKenzie are pitted against each other as soon as Moon arrives. Moon is trying to introduce new and radical styles into the traditional ballet curriculum. Miss McKenzie and her Ballet School Director, Percy, plot against Moon to have him fired.
Meanwhile, Vince and a group of freestyle dancers start taking over at the school. Vince begins dating Jana, a fellow student, while Moon falls in love with Paula, one of his students. Miss McKenzie becomes determined to expose the relationship between Moon and Paula and have Moon fired.
The movie is full of impromptu dance scenes featuring freestyle and modern dance. Besides dancing at school, Vince and his friends perform in the street and in night clubs to please crowds.
With the academy's final production of the year quickly approaching, Moon and the dancers must make the show a success. Miss McKenzie, however, will stop at nothing to make sure Moon, Vince and the other freestyle dancers fail.
Breaking the Press (2010)
Tensions rise when the son (Tom Maden) of a high-school basketball coach (Drew Waters) decides to play for another team.
The Clique (2008)
The Clique was a group of English artists formed by Richard Dadd in the late 1830s. Other members were Augustus Egg, Alfred Elmore, William Powell Frith, Henry Nelson O'Neil, John Phillip and Edward Matthew Ward.
They have been described as “the first group of British artists to combine for greater strength and to announce that the great backward-looking tradition of the Academy was not relevant to the requirements of contemporary art”.
Caught In The Crossfire (2010)
Caught in the Crossfire is 2010 American crime–drama film directed by Brian A Miller. It stars Adam Rodríguez, 50 Cent, and Richard T. Jones. The film was released direct-to-DVD on July 20, 2010.