The Wild Life (1984)

The Wild Life stars Christopher Penn, Eric Stoltz, Lea Thompson, Jenny Wright and Ilan Mitchell-Smith as teens on the verge of adulthood who discover that playing grown-up can be a confusing game. Older men, singles apartments, all-night parties and falling in love bring heartbreak and hilarity. Also featuring Randy Quaid in a special appearance as a Vietnam vet who teaches one the kids an important lesson and Rick Moranis as a wacky nerd-on-the-make, this coming-of-age story is a humorous, bittersweet look at the best and worst times of everyone’s life. Hey man, it’s casual!

Willard (1971)

Willard is a 1971 American horror film directed by Daniel Mann and starring Bruce Davison and Ernest Borgnine. Based on the novel Ratman's Notebooks by Stephen Gilbert, the film was nominated for an Edgar Award for best picture. The supporting cast included Elsa Lanchester in one of her last performances, and Sondra Locke in one of her first. The film was a summer hit in 1971; opening to good reviews and high box office returns. It inspired other horror films with wild animals as predators, such as the hit films Jaws (1975), as well as psychological thrillers with social outcasts as the protagonists, such as Carrie (1976).

Twinsters (2015)

Twinsters is a 2015 documentary film which covers the true-life story of identical twin sisters, separated at birth, discovering each other on-line, meeting, confirming their identity with a DNA test, and exploring aspects of their background together.

Speaking Of Sex (2002)

Speaking of Sex is a 2001 Canadian/American/French romantic comedy film directed by John McNaughton and starring Bill Murray, James Spader, Lara Flynn Boyle, and Jay Mohr.

You Light Up My Life (1977)

You Light Up My Life is a 1977 American romantic drama film written and directed by Joseph Brooks starring Didi Conn, Joe Silver and Michael Zaslow, and follows a young woman named Laurie (Conn) with dreams of becoming a singer who soon finds herself pressed by young friends to sing and her father, who wants her to be a comic.

Merry Andrew (1958)

Merry Andrew is a 1958 American musical film directed and choreographed by Michael Kidd and starring Danny Kaye. The screenplay by Isobel Lennart and I.A.L. Diamond is based on the short story "The Romance of Henry Menafee" by Paul Gallico. Saul Chaplin composed the music and Johnny Mercer wrote the lyrics for the film's score.

Faith and Fortune: The Reichmann Story (2000)

Filmmaker Alan Handel examines the faith and financial success of a Jewish family in Hungary, Vienna, Paris, Tangier and Canada.

Waterloo (1970)

Waterloo (Russian: Ватерлоо) is a 1970 Soviet-Italian film directed by Sergei Bondarchuk and produced by Dino De Laurentiis. It depicts the story of the preliminary events and the Battle of Waterloo, and is famous for its lavish battle scenes. It stars Rod Steiger as Napoleon Bonaparte and Christopher Plummer as the Duke of Wellington with a cameo by Orson Welles as Louis XVIII of France. Other stars include Jack Hawkins as General Thomas Picton, Virginia McKenna as the Duchess of Richmond and Dan O'Herlihy as Marshal Ney. The film includes some 15,000 Soviet foot soldiers and 2,000 cavalrymen as extras—it was said that, during its making, director Sergei Bondarchuk was in command of the seventh largest army in the world. Fifty circus stunt riders were used to perform the dangerous horse falls.

Wired (1989)

Wired is a 1989 biographical film of comedian and actor John Belushi, directed by Larry Peerce, and adapted from the investigative journalism book Wired: The Short Life and Fast Times of John Belushi written by Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward and published in 1984. It starred Michael Chiklis in his film debut as Belushi. Wired was both a critical and a commercial failure. The film has never been released on DVD, and the videocassette originally released by International Video Entertainment is out of print. The film was marketed with the tagline "For John Belushi, every night was Saturday Night". The film's trailer opted for the tagline "The laughs and times of John Belushi", paraphrasing the title of Woodward's book.

Yuvvraaj (2008)

Yuvvraaj is a 2008 Indian drama film directed and produced by Subhash Ghai. The film stars Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan, Zayed Khan and Katrina Kaif in the lead roles and is inspired by the Hollywood film Rain Man (1988). Yuvvraaj is a musical story of a fragmented family of three brothers who try to con each other to inherit their father's wealth. According to the director, the film is about the arrogance and overconfidence of contemporary youth. The film was released on 21 November 2008. Although the film received mixed reviews from critics and bombed at the box-office, its script was added to the library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2009.

Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985)

Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters is a 1985 American film co-written and directed by Paul Schrader. The film is based on the life and work of Japanese writer Yukio Mishima, interweaving episodes from his life with dramatizations of segments from his books The Temple of the Golden Pavilion, Kyoko's House, and Runaway Horses. It was executive produced by Francis Ford Coppola and George Lucas.

King Rat (1965)

King Rat is a 1965 World War II film directed by Bryan Forbes, and starring George Segal as Corporal King and James Fox as Marlowe, two World War II prisoners of war in a squalid camp near Singapore. Among the supporting cast were John Mills and Tom Courtenay. The film was adapted from James Clavell's novel King Rat (1962), which in turn is partly based on Clavell's experiences as a POW at Changi Prison during World War II.

The Return of the Vampire (1943)

Bela Lugosi stars as a vampire stalking the streets of World War II London when German bombing releases vampire Armand Tesla (Lugosi) from his grave. Aided by a werewolf named Andreas (Matt Willis) and opposed by Lady Jane (Frieda Inescort), who operates an asylum, Tesla goes in search of young ladies to supply him with blood.

Mona (2008)

A man (Adrian Martinez) and his friend fall for the same young woman (Kristen Lewis).

Floored (2009)

Floored is a 2009 documentary film about the people and business of the Chicago trading floors. The film focuses specifically on several Chicago floor traders who have been impacted by the electronic trading revolution and whose jobs have been threatened by the use of computers in the trading world. Directed by James Allen Smith, the film runs for 77 minutes. The film has become particularly relevant in light of the U.S. financial crisis of 2009; Greg Burns of the Chicago Tribune has said of the film's director, "By dealing with hard times in the workplace, Smith taps into a vein running through millions of lives in this brutal recession, as the nation’s unemployment rate soars toward 10 percent" Critics have suggested a meta-fictional subtext to the documentary, linking the film's storyline about Chicago traders to the plight of independent filmmakers in a time of the declining influence of film festivals and the ubiquitousness of free internet content. Ironically, the documentary itself was widely available on video sharing sites before its official "web premiere" on September 6, 2013.

All This Mayhem (2014)

Brothers Tas and Ben Pappas become the kings of professional skateboarding, but their hedonistic ways lead to a hard fall from grace.

Pajama Party (1964)

Pajama Party is a 1964 beach party film starring Tommy Kirk and Annette Funicello. This is the fourth in a series of seven beach films produced by American International Pictures. The other films in this series are Beach Party (1963), Muscle Beach Party (1964), Bikini Beach (1964), Beach Blanket Bingo (1965), How to Stuff a Wild Bikini (1965), and The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (1966). This fourth entry has not always been considered a follow-up to the three films that preceded it. Several sources have noted, however, that while it is not a proper sequel, it is indeed a part of what is now termed AIP's ‘Beach Party series.’ Moreover, AIP marketed it as a sequel in its trailer, stating "The Bikini Beach Party Gang is Warming Up! – For the ‘Party’ that Takes Off – Where others Poop Out!" and "All the ‘Beach Party’ Fun … in Pajamas!" Additional links that tie this film to the others are the return of Eric von Zipper and his Rat Pack (who previously appeared in Beach Party and Bikini Beach) and the return of Candy Johnson as Candy for the fourth time in as many films. Regulars Frankie Avalon, Don Rickles, Annette Funicello, Jody McCrea and Donna Loren all appear (albeit with character name changes – not the first time this happens in the series, nor the last); Susan Hart makes the first of three appearances in the AIP brand of the genre; Buster Keaton makes the first of four appearances, and Bobbi Shaw makes the first appearance of five. In addition, several background players in this film (Patti Chandler, Mary Hughes, Johnny Fain, Mike Nader, Salli Sachse, Luree Holmes, Ronnie Dayton, Ed Garner, Ray Atkinson, Linda Benson, and Laura Nicholson) also appear in three or more films in the AIP brand of the genre. The film is not to be confused with the 1963 novel Pajama Party about lesbian activities among college girls, which was banned on the grounds of obscenity.

Uncommon Valor (1983)

Uncommon Valor is a 1983 war film written by Joe Gayton and directed by Ted Kotcheff, about a U.S. Marine officer who puts together a team to try to rescue his son, who he believes is among those still held in Laos after the Vietnam War. The film stars Gene Hackman, Fred Ward, Reb Brown, Robert Stack, Michael Dudikoff, and, in an early screen appearance, Patrick Swayze.

Rodeo King and the Senorita (1951)

Rodeo King and the Senorita is a 1951 American Western film directed by Philip Ford and written by John K. Butler. The film stars Rex Allen, Mary Ellen Kay, Buddy Ebsen, Roy Barcroft, Tristram Coffin and Bonnie DeSimone. The film was released on July 15, 1951, by Republic Pictures.

Wish Upon A Star (1996)

A younger sister wishes to switch places with her popular older sister and the two bickering siblings awaken to find the wish has come true.

White On Rice (2009)

White on Rice (2009) is a comedy film directed by American director Dave Boyle, director of Big Dreams Little Tokyo (2006), and starring Hiroshi Watanabe, Nae Yuuki, Mio Takada, James Kyson Lee, and Lynn Chen. The film had its world premiere at the 27th annual San Francisco Asian American Film Festival on 17 March 2009.

Weekend with the Babysitter (1970)

After learning a disagreeable secret about his wife, a movie director finds consolation with the baby sitter.

Walt & El Grupo (2008)

Walt & El Grupo is a 2008 documentary film written and directed by Theodore Thomas. A presentation of Walt Disney Family Foundation Films, the film tells the story of Walt Disney's 1941 U.S. Government sponsored trip to South America where he and a group of artists gathered material which would be used to create two of Disney's animated feature films, Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros.

Waterborne (2005)

Waterborne is a 2005 independent film by Indian American film maker Ben Rekhi about the fates of three different groups of people after a terrorist attack pollutes the water supply of Los Angeles, resulting in a severe water shortage. It stars Christopher Masterson, Ajay Naidu, Jake Muxworthy, Jon Gries, Christopher Berry, Shabana Azmi and Mageina Tovah. The score was written and performed by Dredg. It was the first feature film available for purchase on at the Google video store and won the Special Audience Award at the SXSW Film Festival in 2005.

With or Without You (2003)

With or Without You is a 2003 comedy-drama film directed by G. Stubbs. The film stars Cynda Williams, Victor Williams, Mushond Lee, and Wendy Raquel Robinson. The film was Produced by Anita M. Cal and Lisa Diane Washington in Los Angeles, CA.

White Valentine (1999)

White Valentine is a 1999 Korean romantic film directed by Yang Yun-ho. It stars Park Shin-yang with Jun Ji-hyun in her movie debut.

Wings of Courage (1995)

Wings of Courage is a 1995 American-French drama film directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud. The 40-minute film was written by Annaud with Alain Godard. It was the first dramatic film shot in the IMAX format, and the first 3-D IMAX film. Wings of Courage is an account of the real-life story of early airmail operations in South America. The film stars Craig Sheffer, Val Kilmer, Elizabeth McGovern and Tom Hulce.

What Time Is It? (1989)

What time is it? (Italian: Che ora è?) is a 1989 Italian drama film directed by Ettore Scola. It was co-produced with France.

Without Warning (1980)

A towering alien humanoid chooses a lonely California mountain community as a sort of game preserve. The alien invader hunts humans for sport using flesh eating parasites for weapons, then hangs his partially devoured prey from meathooks in an abandoned shack.

The War Between Men and Women (1972)

Opposites attract, fight, and fall in love in The War Between Men and Women. This one-of-a-kind comedy stars screen legend Jack Lemmon (The Apartment) as cartoonist Peter Wilson (Lemmon), who has successfully avoided marriage for his entire life... until he meets Theresa (Barbara Harris, Family Plot). Peter and Theresa couldn't be more wrong for one another, but Cupid has a sense of humor and soon the pair finds themselves dangerously close to living happily ever after.

Diary of a Hooker (1971)

Business Is Business (Dutch title: Wat zien ik) is a 1971 comedy film. The film is directed by Paul Verhoeven, and stars Ronnie Bierman, Sylvia de Leur, Piet Römer, and Jules Hamel. The story is about the lives of two prostitutes in Amsterdam, and is based on two books written by Albert Mol. This film marks the debut of cinematographer, Jan de Bont.

Sinbad Of The Seven Seas (1989)

Sinbad of the Seven Seas is a 1989 fantasy film produced and directed by Enzo G. Castellari from a story by Luigi Cozzi, revolving around the adventures of Sinbad the Sailor. Sinbad must recover five magical stones to free the city of Basra from the evil spell cast by a wizard, which his journey takes him to mysterious islands and he must battle magical creatures in order to save the world.

Revenge of the Nerds IV: Nerds In Love (1994)

Skolnick (Robert Carradine) and his fellow nerds plan a bachelor party for Booger (Curtis Armstrong) whose future in-laws disapprove.

I Died A Thousand Times (1955)

I Died a Thousand Times is a 1955 color film noir directed by Stuart Heisler. The drama features Jack Palance as paroled bank robber Roy Earle, with Shelley Winters, Lee Marvin, Earl Holliman, Perry Lopez, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez, and Lon Chaney, Jr. I Died a Thousand Times is a scene-by-scene remake of the 1941 High Sierra, which was based upon a novel by W.R. Burnett and starred Humphrey Bogart as Earle. The same story had also been transformed into a Western in 1949, Colorado Territory with Joel McCrea. The film marks the third motion picture appearance of Dennis Hopper's six-decade career, and Nick Adams makes an uncredited appearance as a bellhop.

The Browning Version (1994)

The Browning Version is a 1994 film directed by Mike Figgis and starring Albert Finney. The film is based on the 1948 play by Terence Rattigan, which was previously adapted for film under the same name in 1951.

One of Our Spies Is Missing (1966)

One of Our Spies Is Missing is the 1966 feature-length film version of The Man from U.N.C.L.E.'s second season two-part episode "The Bridge of Lions Affair". The episodes were originally broadcast in the United States on February 4, 1966 and February 11, 1966 on NBC. The film is directed by E. Darrell Hallenbeck and written by Howard Rodman. It, as does the television series, stars Robert Vaughn and David McCallum. It is the fourth such feature film that used as its basis a reedited version of one or more episodes from the series. However, this film, and the episodes it draws from, represents the only instance where a Man from U.N.C.L.E. story is derived from an existing novel: The Bridge of Lions (1963) by Henry Slesar.

Fancy Pants (1950)

Fancy Pants is a 1950 American romantic comedy film, directed by George Marshall starring Lucille Ball and Bob Hope. It is a musical adaptation of Ruggles of Red Gap.

Bulldog Courage (1935)

Bulldog Courage is a 1935 American Western directed by Sam Newfield, and produced by Sigmund Neufeld for Puritan Pictures.

A Day At The Races (1937)

Doctor Hugo Hackenbush, Tony, and Stuffy try to save Judy's farm by winning a big race with her horse.  There are a few problems. Hackenbush runs a high priced clinic for the wealthy who don't know he has his degree in Veterinary Medicine.

Sherman's March (1988)

Sherman's March: A Meditation on the Possibility of Romantic Love In the South During an Era of Nuclear Weapons Proliferation is a 1986 documentary film written and directed by Ross McElwee. It was awarded the Grand Jury prize at the 1987 Sundance Film Festival. and in 2000, was selected for preservation in the U.S. National Film Registry.

Chevolution (2008)

In 1960, Cuban photographer Alberto 'Korda' Diaz captured a photo of Che Guevara during a mass funeral. History conspired to enable this dynamic portrait to explode on the world scene where it became an international symbol of protest and dissent. CHEVOLUTION is a film about a photograph. It explores how the Che image traveled from Korda's studio in Havana to the streets of Europe and beyond and how this portrait with its enigmatic gaze became a symbol for countless visions for change.

Where Are The Children? (1986)

WHERE ARE THE CHILDREN? explores the tragic issues of child abduction and abuse. Nancy Eldridge Oill Clayburgh) is a young mother faced with the nightmarish disappearance of her children. After being wrongly convicted of murdering her son and daughter from a previous marriage, Nancy's new life is once again tom apart when her second family vanishes. Her husband, Clay Eldridge (Max Gail) has blind faith in his frightened wife and eventually Nancy gains the necessary inner strength to get her children back. WHERE ARE THE CHILDREN? is a highly-personal drama of a woman's love, courage and faith in the face of one of today's most heinous crimes-the kidnap of children.

The Christmas Consultant (2012)

The Christmas Consultant is a 2012 American holiday film starring David Hasselhoff. The movie aired on the Lifetime Channel on November 10, 2012 and was released to DVD in Germany and the United States in October 2013.

The Choppers (1961)

The Choppers is a 1961 American hot rod film directed by Leigh Jason.

Para Elisa (2013)

Para Elisa (also known as For Elisa) is a 2013 thriller film directed and written by Juanra Fernández. The film stars Ona Casamiquela as a college student that accepts a job from a wealthy former piano player that wants a caretaker for her mentally challenged daughter. The film's name is a take on the Beethoven composition Für Elise. Filming for Para Elisa took place during August 2012 in Cuenca, Spain. In an article for ABC Fernández noted that it was difficult to film in the region, as the region did not have a pre-existing film industry.

Spaces and Reservations (2014)

Jamie and Kacie have dated for four years and begin to drift apart. Jamie encourages Kacie to pursue a new romantic interest, and both experience a renewed sense of intimacy.

Let's Make It Legal (1951)

Let's Make It Legal is a 1951 American comedy film made by Twentieth Century-Fox, directed by Richard Sale and produced by Robert Bassler from a screenplay by I.A.L. Diamond and F. Hugh Herbert, based on a story by Mortimer Braus entitled "My Mother-in-Law, Miriam". The music was by Cyril J. Mockridge and the cinematography by Lucien Ballard. The film stars Claudette Colbert, Macdonald Carey, Zachary Scott, Barbara Bates, and Marilyn Monroe.

Grantham & Rose (2014)

Grantham & Rose is a 2014 American independent coming of age drama film directed by Kristin Hanggi and starring Jake T. Austin and Marla Gibbs. It is Hanggi's directorial debut. Mark Lee and Michael Urie served as executive producers of the film.

Before I Hang (1940)

Befoe I Hang is a 1940 American science fiction, horror film released by Columbia Pictures, starring Boris Karloff. The film was directed by Nick Grinde (under the working title The Wizard of Death), and was one of several films Karloff starred in contract with Columbia.

PressPausePlay (2011)

Writers, musicians and others discuss how the digital age has unleashed creativity.

Not the Messiah: He's a Very Naughty Boy (2010)

A one-night only live stage show/musical based on the motion picture Monty Python's Life of Brian, and written by EricIdle & John Du Prez (the creators of Spamalot). Show is being performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Oct23, 2009 http://www.royalalberthall.com/tickets/monty-python/default.aspx and being filmed in HD.

You, Me & The Circus (2012)

Four people share stories of falling in and out of love.

Noise Matters (2013)

Eccentric characters are brought together by their passion for using trash and everyday objects to create noise.

Sam's Song (1969)

Sam's Song is a 1969 drama film directed by Jordan Leondopoulos and starring Robert De Niro. Footage from Sam's Song was later re-edited into a completely different film, known as both The Swap and Line of Fire, in which a man investigates the death of his brother (released 1979).

Warriors Two (1978)

Warriors Two is a 1978 Hong Kong martial arts film written and directed by Sammo Hung, who also co-stars in the film. The film stars Bryan Leung, Casanova Wong and Fung Hak-on. Leung plays the character of the historical figure, Leung Jan, a well-known early practitioner of the Wing Chun style of kung fu. Leung's association with Wing Chun can be considered as the equivalent of Wong Fei-hung's association with the Hung Gar style.

Fall And Winter (2013)

Filmmaker Matt Anderson travels across the United States to search for the cause of the unfolding global crisis.

41 (2007)

41 is an independent feature-length documentary about Nicholas O'Neill, the youngest victim of the Station nightclub fire, which claimed the lives of 100 people in West Warwick, Rhode Island on February 20, 2003. The documentary, which was co-created by filmmakers Christian de Rezendes and Christian O'Neill, interweaves the story of Nicholas's life, as described by his family and friends and illustrated with home videos, with footage from the film They Walk Among Us, which is based on a play of the same name written by Nicholas a year before he passed. The titular number, as described by the film, was of spiritual significance to Nicholas, although the reasons behind this are not fully known. The film also details how his family and friends believe that Nicholas may have prophetically known that he would die at a young age, and that he continues to communicate with them as a spirit, often through "signs" involving the number 41.

My Geisha (1962)

My Geisha is a 1962 American comedy film directed by Jack Cardiff, starring Yves Montand, Shirley MacLaine, and Edward G. Robinson, and released by Paramount Pictures. The film was produced by MacLaine's then-husband Steve Parker, and written by Norman Krasna, based on Krasna's story of the same name. The film had its World Premiere at the Plaza Theatre in London's West End on 18 January 1962.

Lucky Devils (1933)

Lucky Devils is a 1933 American Pre-Code film about group of Hollywood stuntmen and their dangerous daredevil stunt work, starring William Boyd and Bruce Cabot, and features an early appearance by Lon Chaney Jr..

The Seventh Veil (1945)

The Seventh Veil is a 1945 British melodrama film made by Ortus Films (a company established by producer Sydney Box) and released through General Film Distributors in the UK and Universal Pictures in the United States.

Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! (2006)

Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! is a 2006 horror film written and directed by Chad Ferrin.

Go To Hell (1999)

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Ghouls (2008)

A teenager (Kristen Renton) travels to Romania for a family funeral and meets a man (James DeBello) who battles monsters.

Cowboys from Texas (1939)

Cowboys from Texas is a 1939 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by George Sherman.

Screamplay (1985)

Screamplay is a 1985 American horror film directed by Rufus Butler Seder.

Some Kind Of Hero (1982)

Some Kind of Hero is a 1982 film starring Richard Pryor as a returning Vietnam War veteran having trouble adjusting to civilian life. Soon he is involved in an organized crime heist. It co-stars Margot Kidder and was directed by Michael Pressman. Although James Kirkwood and Robert Boris are jointly credited with the screenplay, in fact the script was Boris’ rewrite of Kirkwood’s adaptation of his novel. Originally intended to be a straight drama, the studio insisted that Pryor perform comedic scenes as well.

Mountaintop Motel Massacre (1983)

Mountaintop Motel Massacre (also known as Mountaintop Motel) is a 1986 American horror film written and directed by Jim McCullough Sr. and starring Anna Chappell, Bill Thurman, and Amy Hill. The plot concerns a psychotic elderly woman who, after being freed from incarceration, returns to the motel she ran and begins murdering the guests. Filmed in 1983, Mountaintop Motel Massacre was not released theatrically until 1986 when it was bought for distribution by Roger Corman's film company, New World Pictures. Although the film received negative critical reception upon its theatrical release, it has, in later years, been noted for its offbeat atmosphere, and has been referred to as an "early 1980s drive-in gem." It was later released on DVD by Anchor Bay Entertainment in 2001.

Gang War (1940)

Rival mobsters (Ralph Cooper, Lawrence Criner) fight to control the jukeboxes in Harlem.

June in January (2014)

When her fiance (Wes Brown) receives a job offer, a woman (Brooke D'Orsay) must suddenly plan her wedding in three weeks.

The Bloodstained Shadow (1978)

When a young college professor (Lino Capolicchio of THE HOUSE WITH LAUGHING WINDOWS) returns home to visit his Catholic priest brother (Craig Hill of DRACULA VS FRANKENSTEIN), prominent members of the community begin to be stalked and slaughtered by an unknown killer. Can the brothers uncover the identity of this deranged fiend, even while they are being tortured by their own nightmares of an unspeakable childhood trauma? Directed by Antonio Bido (WATCH ME WHEN I KILL) and know in Italy as SOLAMENTE NERO, this suspenseful giallo co-stars Stefania Casini (SUSPIRIA) and Massimo Serato (KILLER NUN), and features one of the last scores arranged and performed by the legendary band Goblin (DEEP RED, SUSPIRIA).

The Black Room (1935)

The Black Room is a 1935 mystery-horror film, directed by Roy William Neill. The movie stars Boris Karloff in a dual role as twin brothers (a doppelgänger motif). The film also features Marian Marsh and Robert (Tex) Allen. The film was released in Great Britain as The Black Room Mystery. The striking cinematography was done by Allen G. Siegler.

Witchouse (1999)

Witchouse is a horror film released in 1999 by Full Moon Features. The movie has received mainly negative reviews. The independent film would eventually spawn two sequels.

The Road Uphill (2011)

Leopard Trek and the Schleck brothers prepare for and participate in the 2011 Tour de France.

The Big Shakedown (1934)

The Big Shakedown is a 1934 American Pre-Code drama film starring Charles Farrell and Bette Davis, and directed by John Francis Dillon. The screenplay is based on the story "Cut Rate" by Niven Busch and Samuel G. Engel. The film also stars Ricardo Cortez and Glenda Farrell and is director John Francis Dillon's final film.

Justin Bieber: Limitless (2014)

Justin Bieber is the teen idol of his generation - a young musician with the world at his feet. The transformation form small town Canadian boy to international superstar happened almost overnight for recording artist Justin Bieber. With the help of his mother, Bieber started a You Tube craze fueled by his baby faced good looks and impressive musical talent. After being discovered by manager Scoot Braun and then being signed to Usher's record label it was evident that Bieber Fever was just getting started. Now a media fixture and a household name Bieber lights up the stage with his Top 40 hits and winning smile. Some of the worlds leading show business journalists talk about his personal life, his work and his music, with some of Justin's greatest music videos like Baby, U Smile, Never Say Never and unseen footage and interviews with Bieber himself on his new album Believe, released in June 2012. The Next Chapter chronicles the life of the worldwide pop phenomenon who continues to tear up the charts with his evolving music style while continuing to melt hearts around the world with his eternal charm and boyish good looks.

The Hangman (1959)

The Hangman is a 1959 film directed by Michael Curtiz. It stars Robert Taylor and Tina Louise. The film is based on the short story of the same name by Luke Short.

Day Of The Mummy (2014)

Jack Wells arrives in Egypt to search for a legendary diamond, and his search leads him to the tomb of King Neferu. When Jack disturbs his centuries-old state, the mad pharaoh rises from the dead with a blood lust that cannot be quenched.

Lost Wilderness (2015)

Four would-be siblings wander out of bounds during an outdoor vacation and soon find themselves lost in the woods.

Hold On! (1966)

Hold On! is a 1966 musical film directed by Arthur Lubin and starring Peter Noone, Shelley Fabares, Herbert Anderson, and Sue Ane Langdon. The film features performances by Herman's Hermits and stars the band as fictionalized versions of themselves. The soundtrack was released as an album, also called Hold On!.

GETTING TO THE NUTCRACKER (2014)

Every Christmas season, The Nutcracker Ballet is performed in cities all over the world. What does it really take to produce this ballet each year? Our documentary film, Getting to The Nutcracker, takes you inside the Herculean effort involved in gathering the resources, assembling the volunteers, casting the dancers, rehearsing and staging the performances of this classic ballet. Los Angeles-based Marat Daukayev School of Ballet, led by the former Kirov star, takes you behind the curtain from auditions, the rigorous hours of rehearsals, the joy of landing a principal role to the pain of losing one. The dancers (boys and girls ages 3-18) are profiled; passionate people who, with their families, make incredible sacrifices of time and money just so that they may dance.

Manslaughter (1922)

Manslaughter is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Thomas Meighan, Leatrice Joy, and Lois Wilson. It was written by Jeanie MacPherson based upon the novel of the same name by Alice Duer Miller.

Chariots of the Gods (1970)

Chariots of the Gods (German: Erinnerungen an die Zukunft) is a 1970 West German documentary film directed by Harald Reinl. It is based on Erich von Däniken's book Chariots of the Gods?, a book that theorizes extraterrestrials impacted early human life. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

The Other Side Of The Ice (2013)

The Other Side of The Ice is a film about exploration, survival and family redemption. With the Arctic's infamous Northwest Passage as the back drop Theobald and his once estranged children try and accomplish what hundreds have died trying to do.

Night Watch (1973)

Night Watch is a 1973 British suspence-thriller film directed by Brian G. Hutton. The film reunited Elizabeth Taylor with co-star Laurence Harvey from their 1960 collaboration Butterfield 8. It was the last time the pair acted together on screen. Some of the story elements were inspired by the plot outline of the play and 1944 film Gas Light.

My Side of the Mountain (1988)

My Side of the Mountain is a 1969 film adaptation of the 1959 novel of the same name, by Jean Craighead George. It was directed by James B. Clark.

Taintlight (2009)

Taintlight is a 2009 American direct-to-video spoof horror film written and directed by Chris Seaver. It a parody of the 2008 film Twilight.

Blonde Comet (1941)

Blonde Comet is a 1941 racing movie directed by William Beaudine and starring Virginia Vale as a female racing driver who competes all over Europe then returns to America where she finds romance with a male driver (Robert Kent) against whom she races. Race driver Barney Oldfield plays himself in a large role billed third under Vale and Kent.

Counterplot (1959)

Counterplot is a 1959 film noir crime film directed by Kurt Neumann and written by Richard Blake. The film stars Forrest Tucker, Allison Hayes, Gerald Milton, Jackie Wayne, Richard Verney and Miguel Ángel Álvarez. The film was released in October 1959, by United Artists. It was the final film directed by the German-born Neumann.

River Queen (2005)

River Queen is a 2005 New Zealand film directed by Vincent Ward and starring Samantha Morton, Kiefer Sutherland, Cliff Curtis and Temuera Morrison. The film opened to mixed reviews but performed well at the box office in New Zealand.

Alias Mary Smith (1932)

Reporters expedite a murder case by finding fingerprints with the old lemon-juice trick.

Lumberjack (1944)

Lumberjack is a 1944 American film directed by Lesley Selander.

A Dozen Summers (2015)

A Dozen Summers is a 2015 family comedy. It was written and directed by Kenton Hall and stars Scarlet Hall, Hero Hall, Colin Baker, Ewen MacIntosh, Sarah Warren and Kenton Hall. It received a limited UK cinema release on 21 August 2015.

Honeyspider (2014)

In 1989, Jackie goes to a movie on Halloween, and a stranger starts killing off everyone around her.

Emanon (1987)

A wealthy, spoiled boy befriends a young Bowery bum (Stuart Paul) who seems to perform minor miracles.

For Heaven's Sake (1950)

For Heaven's Sake is a 1950 fantasy film starring Clifton Webb as an angel trying to save the marriage of a couple played by Joan Bennett and Robert Cummings. It was adapted from the play May We Come In? by Harry Segall.

Wild Horse (1931)

Wild Horse is a 1931 American western film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Hoot Gibson and Alberta Vaughn.

King of the Turf (1939)

King of the Turf is a 1939 film drama starring Adolphe Menjou.

Two Smart People (1946)

Two Smart People is a 1946 American film directed by Jules Dassin, and starring Lucille Ball and John Hodiak, Lloyd Nolan and Hugo Haas.

New Mexico (1951)

New Mexico is a 1951 American western film directed by Irving Reis, starring Lew Ayres and shot in Ansco Color.

Montana (1990)

Montana is a 1990 American Western film directed by William Graham and written by Larry McMurtry. The film stars Gena Rowlands, Richard Crenna, Lea Thompson, Justin Deas, Elizabeth Berridge and Darren Dalton. The film premiered on TNT on February 19, 1990.