A Clear Shot (2020)

An electronic store erupts into chaos as four gunmen storm the premises. Rick Gomez, Sacramento Police Departments’ top negotiator, realizes he needs to talk down the gunmen and keep everyone safe, all while juggling government politics. The gunmen leader doesn't want to hurt anyone, but his brother is a different story. A peaceful surrender quickly turns this sleepy city into a national tragedy.

Fast and Fierce: Death Race (2020)

Jack Tyson is a young man partaking in an illegal Mexico to California car race when a desperate woman, fleeing from her abusive gangster boyfriend who is financing the tournament, jumps into his car pleading for his help and who has an incriminating USB drive that could send her thug boyfriend, among others, to prison.

The Metropolitan Opera Live: Samson et Dalila (2018)

Saint-Saëns’s biblical epic stars Elina Garanca and Roberto Alagna in the title roles; the pair was last seen together by Live in HD audiences in the acclaimed 2010 transmission of Bizet’s Carmen. Laurent Naouri co-stars as the High Priest, with Elchin Azizov as the Philistine King Abimélech and Dmitry Belosselskiy as the Old Hebrew. Darko Tresnjak, the Tony Award–winning director of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, makes his Met debut directing the first new Met production of the opera in 20 years. Sir Mark Elder conducts.

Map Of The Sounds Of Tokyo (2009)

Map of the Sounds of Tokyo (Spanish: Mapa de los sonidos de Tokio) is a 2009 Spanish drama film directed by Isabel Coixet. The film competed in the main competition at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival.

Psychos & Socios (2020)

POP TEAM EPIC TV Special (2019)

Quiet Explosions: Healing the Brain (2019)

Bob the Drag Queen: Live at Caroline's (2020)

Iced (2019)

The Curse of Abundance (2019)

Red Cow (2019)

Nothing Without God 2 (2020)

This is the second excerpt in the story of Keenan Robinson, a recent college graduate struggling to keep his head above water and finding his true calling in life. Keenan takes his younger foster brother Marvin under his wing to help guide him to a better walk with GOD. They face many life challenges and obstacles together including life and death decisions. Even though Keenan has his own set of personal difficulties he has to overcome, he realizes that this life is not all about himself and he has a calling to help others by GOD.

Sí, Mi Amor (2020)

A blindsided boyfriend must prove his fidelity when his girlfriend spontaneously dumps him after suspecting him of cheating.

5Gang (2019)

Ask No Questions (2020)

A Chinese state TV insider is held in a Clockwork Orange-style brainwashing facility until he accepts the official narrative on a fiery public suicide that he believes was a government plot.

Dick Johnson Is Dead (2020)

Dick Johnson Is Dead is a 2020 American documentary film directed by Kirsten Johnson and co-written by Johnson and Nels Bangerter. The story focuses on Johnson's father Richard, who suffers from dementia, and the different ways—many of them violent—he could ultimately die. In each scenario, the elderly Johnson plays along with his daughter's black humor and imaginative fantasies. The film premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Special Jury Award for Innovation in Non-fiction Storytelling.

Aiyai: Wrathful Soul (2020)

The Strategist Anthology (2013)

A lady fights back (1944)

Wolfpack (1988)

With These Hands: The Story of an American Furniture Factory (2009)

Paul Rodriguez: Live in San Quentin (1995)

Income Tax Sappy (1954)

Income Tax Sappy is the 153rd short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1954 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

The Blair Princess Project (1999)

Ricky Rebel: Rebels Only (2017)

Violent Is the Word for Curly (1938)

Violent Is the Word for Curly is the 32nd short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1938 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

We Need to Talk About Sandy Hook (2014)

One-2-3 (1978)

The Making of 'American Graffiti' (1998)

A Dance Party in the Kingdom of Lilliput (1964)

Il volpone (1988)

Il volpone is an 1988 Italian comedy film directed in by Maurizio Ponzi, inspired by Ben Jonson's comedy with the same name.

Tales of the Valley of the Wind (2009)

Specific Recipe (2007)

Rattlesnake in a Cooler (1982)

I Like Bikes... But (1978)

Big Junior (2010)

Christopher Titus: Neverlution (2011)

Bob Newhart: Button Down Concert (2006)

The Residue of a Relationship (2017)

Under Dark (2014)

The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Trenches of Hell (1999)

Matrix: First Dream (1979)

Tony Hawk Secret Skate Park Tour 3 (2007)

In the Womb: Multiples (2007)

Justice League: Dawn of Apokolips (2017)

Form Phases IV (1953)

Richard Lewis: The Magical Misery Tour (1996)

La Hija de la Hiena (2001)

Hennessy X.O: Odyssey (2016)

The Beyond: Looking Back - The Creation of the Beyond (2015)

Sinbad: Brain Damaged (1990)

Alice Rose (2006)

Holy Moly (1991)

Zombie Atrocity: The Italian Zombie Movie - Part 2 (2010)

Snack and Drink (2000)

The Naive Man From Lolliland (2005)

Severus Snape and the Marauders (2016)

Severus Snape and the Marauders is a 2016 American short film written by director Justin Zagri, based on Harry Potter characters by J. K. Rowling. It officially premiered on March 1, 2016 at the Youtube channel Broad Strokes Productions. The fan film caught the attention of BuzzFeed, Entertainment Weekly, Time, Elite Daily, Business Insider, The Huffington Post, IGN, Seventeen, Moviepilot, MTV, BBC America, PopSugar, The Independent, and The Mary Sue.

Piedra sobre piedra (1970)

Suicidium (2014)

Rigged (1986)

Al Capone: The Untouchable Legend (1998)

This is a historical documentary film that chronicles the life of one the most notorious crime bosses in the history of the United States. The film uses expert testimony and exclusive interviews to bring the audience up close and personal with a man that few would ever defy. The movie covers unique details about the life of Capone, and strives to separate fact from fiction with stunning clarity.

A Day in the Life of a Professional Wrestler (2010)

A Day in the Life of a Professional Wrestler

America's Most Haunted (2013)

The cast of a ghost-hunting show kicks unwanted spirits out of homes, but when the team arrives at a real haunted house, there may be too much to handle.

The Outrageous Sophie Tucker (2014)

The wild early days of the vaudeville superstar.

Through A Dog's Eyes (2010)

Cainine Assistants Dogs is located in Atlanta, Georgia. Jennifer Arnold founded Cainine Assistants Dogs in 1991. About every other month, people with disabilies, injuries, and illnesses come from all over, to a camp for two weeks to find a dog. The dogs are bred and trained right on the premises. Dogs begin training when they are seven weeks old. The training lasts until they are 18 months old. New owners and dogs are matched at the camp. The rest of the time there they spend adjusting to each other. This is especially important for the first time assistants dog owners.

After All These Years (2013)

Accused of murdering her husband (Barclay Hope), a woman (Wendie Malick) evades police while launching her own investigation.

We Still Kill the Old Way (1967)

We Still Kill the Old Way (Italian: A ciascuno il suo) is a 1967 Italian crime film directed by Elio Petri. It was entered into the 1967 Cannes Film Festival where it won the award for Best Screenplay. It is based on the novel To Each His Own by Leonardo Sciascia.

The Ambassador's Daughter (1956)

The daughter of the American ambassador to France comes to the aid of American soldiers when a grumpy U.S. senator thinks about closing off Paris to the servicemen.

Champions (1984)

Champions is a 1984 film based on the true story of jockey Bob Champion. It is directed by John Irvin, written by Evan Jones, and stars John Hurt, Edward Woodward and Jan Francis. The film is based on the true story of Bob Champion (portrayed by John Hurt), who was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 1979. After treatment with an operation to remove the diseased testicle and chemotherapy, Champion recovered and went on to win the 1981 Grand National steeple chase on his horse Aldaniti.

The Wiggles: You Make Me Feel Like Dancing (2008)

Do you feel like dancing? The new songs come from all over the world with musicians from far away places. The music will make you start tapping your feet and nodding your head!

976-Evil II (1991)

976-EVIL II, also known as 976-EVIL 2: The Astral Factor, is a 1992 supernatural horror–slasher movie directed by Jim Wynorski. The tagline for the movie was: "Call if you dare!" The film is a sequel to the 1988 horror film 976-EVIL. The movie was referenced in Invasion of the Scream Queens (1992).

Avenging Angel (1985)

Avenging Angel is a 1985 film directed by Robert Vincent O'Neil and written by Robert Vincent O'Neil with Joseph Michael Cala. The movie is a sequel to 1984's Angel and was followed by the 1988 film Angel III: The Final Chapter and Angel 4: Undercover. It was a box-office failure, as were the other two. Rory Calhoun claimed Donna Wilkes did not reprise the role she had originated because the producers refused to pay her the salary she wanted. The film is rated R in U.S. for adult language, violence, and nudity.

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.

Berserk: The Golden Age Arc II - The Battle for Doldrey (2012)

For three years, Guts believed his mission was to pursue Griffith's dream together with him. But in order to become Griffith's equal and truly be called his friend, Guts realizes he will have to leave the Band of the Hawk. At the same time, a bloody battle to capture the impenetrable Fortress of Doldrey from the Empire of Chuder is about to begin. The Band of the Hawk will face an army 30,000 strong!

The Amazing Truth About Queen Raquela (2008)

The Amazing Truth About Queen Raquela is a 2008 drama film directed by Olaf de Fleur Johannesson.

The Virus (2014)

A group of college kids and their professor unwittingly stumble upon a sealed, abandoned government research facility where a dangerous virus was developed.

Ballet Shoes (2007)

Ballet Shoes is a 2007 British television film, adapted by Heidi Thomas from Noel Streatfeild's 1936 novel Ballet Shoes. It was produced by Granada Productions and premiered on BBC One on 26 December 2007. It is directed by Sandra Goldbacher.

Vacancy 2: The First Cut (2008)

Experience the gruesome beginnings of Mr. Smith and his hotel of horrors in this terrifying prequel to Vacancy, starring Agnes Bruckner (Murder by Numbers). Suspecting only a night of hard beds and tacky décor, Caleb, his sexy new fiancée Jessica and his sarcastic best friend Tanner, check into the Meadow View Inn. They have no idea that it is not just another lonely motel, but a horrific trap where guests are brutally tortured and murdered while the sadistic maniac Mr. Smith and his greedy accomplices film the grisly slayings for profit. Caught in a deadly game or cat and mouse, the three young friends now must fight to survive.

Monsters Wanted (2013)

Monsters Wanted is a 2013 documentary film that was directed by Brian Cunningham and Joe Laughrey. The film marks the directorial debut of Laughrey and is the first feature-length documentary by Cunningham. Monsters Wanted had its world premiere on July 27, 2013, at FandomFest in Louisville, Kentucky, and explores the haunted house industry in Louisville, Kentucky. The film was also released on DVD and VOD August 27, 2013.

Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music + Ella + Jobim (1967)

A truly memorable television event, the third annual special finds Frank joined by the dazzling Ella Fitzgerald in an historic pairing of the two preeminent vocal talents of the era. As if that weren't enough, Antonio Carlos Jobim accompanies Frank for an intimate medley of classics, including "The Girl From Ipanema."

Humanity's End (2008)

In the future humans will become extinct and hybrid races will begin to take over the universe. The year is 2820: An ancient race of aliens, known as the Nephilim, have systematically hunted down and destroyed every human in the galaxy. A semi-retired starship captain, Derasi Vorde, returns from the outer rim to find he is the last man alive. Together with his hapless crew, and his old beaten starship, The Blue Whale, Derasi is entrusted with caring for a young woman, who holds the key to repopulating the human race.As the entire Nephilim warfleet chases the Blue Whale across the galaxy, Derasi learns that he must become the one thing he despises; a great leader, and the savior to all mankind. The true love of his life, The Blue Whale, holds a dark secret, and Derasi discovers that many close to him cannot be trusted.

Damnation Alley (1977)

Damnation Alley is a 1977 post-apocalyptic film directed by Jack Smight, loosely based on the novel of the same name by Roger Zelazny. The original music score was composed by Jerry Goldsmith and the notable cinematography was by Harry Stradling Jr.

Billy Joel - A Matter of Trust: The Bridge to Russia (1987)

"In July-August 1987, after 100 shows around the world on The Bridge Tour, Billy Joel accepted the Kremlin's invitation to the U.S.S.R. for six fully-staged rock shows in Moscow and Leningrad, fulfilling a long-time desire to perform in Russia. During their stay, Billy and his family, along with musicians, staff, and a huge press entourage spent their days interacting with the Russian people, forging true bonds of friendship wherever they went. For the first time, A Matter Of Trust - The Bridge To Russia: The Concert presents an expanded version of what fans saw and heard over a quarter-century ago. The newly remastered concert film, originally directed by Wayne Isham, adds seven previously unreleased songs to the original 1987 VHS release Live From Leningrad, including a bonus performance of "Pressure." The performances have been completely remasterd from the original 35 millimeter negatives for the best audiovisual quality. Billy has always believed that going to Russia was the most important thing he'd ever done as a performer. The freedom and excitement of his presence permanently affected the country and played a role in the ultimate dissolution of the U.S.S.R. in 1991. "

Forgetting The Girl (2012)

Forgetting the Girl is an independent film directed by Nate Taylor, adapted for the screen by Peter Moore Smith, from his short story of the same name. It wrapped principal photography in August 2009, finished post-production in January 2012. The film had its world premiere at the Cinequest film festival on March 2, 2012. The sold out screening was well received and critics declared the film as "a beautifully dark psychodrama", "an impressive directorial debut" which "delivers something truly original and startling". The film was distributed in North America by RAM Releasing on October 11, 2013.

Girls at Sea (1977)

Girls at Sea (Danish: Piger til søs) is a 1977 Danish comedy film directed by Finn Henriksen and starring Helle Merete Sørensen.

Oh, God! Book II (1980)

God returns to Earth to reunite an advertising man and his real estate saleswoman wife who are separated. Academy Award-winner George Burns (The Sunshine Boys) returns in a light-hearted sequel to the smash hit, Oh, God!, this time spreading His Word through an enchanting little girl, who comes up with a slogan to assure all He still cares. Suzanne Pleshette (The Bob Newhart Show) and Howard Duff (Dallas) co-star in this wonderful family feature.

Mack The Knife (1990)

A shop owner and his wife learn that their daughter, Penny, has married London's notorious criminal, Mack the Knife. They plot to turn mack over to the authorities, but he discovers their plan and confronts Polly's mother in the parlor of a palm-reading prostitute who used to be Mack's girlfriend. Jenny, the prostitute, reads Mack's palm and forsees that a woman will betray him. Soon after, Jenny, herself, betrays him and Mack is taken to the gallows.

Made For Each Other (1939)

Made for Each Other is a 1939 American romance drama film directed by John Cromwell, produced by David O. Selznick, and starring Carole Lombard, James Stewart, and Charles Coburn. Lombard and Stewart portray a couple who get married after only knowing each other for one day.

And Now for Something Completely Different (1971)

The first film version of classic sketches and memorable moments from the Monty Python gang's long-running television series, including Nudge Nudge, Hell's Grannies, Killer Cars, Dead Parrot, Lumberjack Song, Blackmail and Upper Class Twit of the Year.

Nemesis (1992)

Nemesis is an 1992 American cyberpunk action film co-written and directed by Albert Pyun and starring Olivier Gruner, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Brion James, and Tim Thomerson. It is the first installment in the Nemesis film series.

Mammoth (2009)

Mammoth (Swedish: Mammut) is a 2009 Swedish film directed by Lukas Moodysson, about a successful New York couple experiencing conditions related to modern day globalization. The couple is played by Gael García Bernal and Michelle Williams, in the roles of Leo and Ellen Vidales. The title superficially refers to the mammoth ivory pen Leo receives as a gift. In addition it relates loosely to a quote from one of Moodysson's poetry collections: "Our Savior buried like a Mammoth."

Muoi: The Legend of a Portrait (2007)

Mười: The Legend of a Portrait is a 2007 horror film starring Jo An, Cha Ye-ryun and Anh Thu. It became the first horror film in Vietnam, after the Fall of Saigon and also, the first rated film in Vietnam.

Nature Calls (2012)

Nature Calls is an 2012 American comedy film, released on November 9, 2012 and the DVD version on January 22, 2013. It stars Patton Oswalt, Johnny Knoxville, Rob Riggle, and Patrice O'Neal and features Maura Tierney. The film is the final on-screen performance of Patrice O'Neal, who died in 2011 from complications of a massive stroke.

Naked Tango (1990)

Naked Tango is a 1991 film written and directed by Leonard Schrader. It starred Vincent D'Onofrio, Mathilda May, Esai Morales and Fernando Rey.

Man In The Attic (1953)

Jack the Ripper's rampage has all of London gripped in fear -- no matter how many constables patrol the streets, streetwalkers continue to turn up dead. On the night that a fourth woman is killed, the mysterious Slade (Jack Palance) rents out the attic of William and Helen Harley. Later, he meets their niece, Lily Bonner (Constance Smith), an actress. While he intrigues her, his behavior and obsessions arouse suspicion that Slade could be Jack the Ripper -- and Lily his next victim.

Mind the Gap (2007)

Mind the Gap (Swedish: Se upp för dårarna) is a 2007 Swedish film directed by Helena Bergström.

Titanic: 100 Years On (2012)

The "unsinkable" floating palace set sail from Southampton on 10th April 1912 on her maiden voyage to New York. An iceberg ended this monumental journey 5 days later. Only 705 of the passengers and crew survived. This program features an exclusive look at the Sea City Museum Titanic Exhibit in Southampton, interviews from both survivors and the cast of the blockbuster film.

Zhong Hua jing hua (1992)

A trio of female crime fighters battles drug dealers around the world.

The Ledge (2011)

The Ledge is a 2011 drama-thriller film written and directed by Matthew Chapman, starring Charlie Hunnam, Terrence Howard, Liv Tyler, Christopher Gorham, and Patrick Wilson.

Lost In Yonkers (1993)

Richard Dreyfuss, Mercedes Ruehl and Irene Worth star in the acclaimed film adaptation of Neil Simon's Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy, Lost in Yonkers. Set during World War II, Lost in Yonkers tells the story of two brothers who are sent to live with their domineering grandmother after their mother's death. Strong as steel and twice as cold, Grandma Kurnitz (Worth) rules her roost with an iron fist. And caught in her grasp is the boys' lovely Aunt Bella (Ruehl), who has the mind of a child and the dreams of a woman. But when Uncle Louie (Dreyfuss), a small-time gangster with plenty of "moxie" arrives, everyone gets a surprising second chance at happiness. Worth and Ruehl both won Tony Awards for their stage performances, and Dreyfuss adds a scene-stealing turn as Louie. Together with Neil Simon and director Martha Coolidge (Rambling Rose), this remarkable trio of actors makes Lost in Yonkers a magical, must-see voyage of discovery.