Alimony Madness (1933)
A woman (Helen Chandler) stands trial for shooting and killing her husband's callous ex-wife (Charlotte Merriam).
The Amazon Trader (1956)
An adventurer (John Sutton) narrates four stories set in the South American jungle, including that of an escapee from Devil's Island who attempts to take advantage of a native tribe.
The Bright Shawl (1923)
Charles Abbott (Richard Barthelmess) agrees to visit his friend Andres Escobar (Andre Beranger) in Cuba during the failed revolution of the 1850s. When Charles arrives, he is appalled at how the Cubans are treated and agrees to lend a hand in the revolutionary efforts. Despite initially being drawn to Narcissa (Mary Astor), Escobar's sister, Charles becomes involved with La Clavel (Dorothy Gish), a dancer who can offer him useful information about the enemy.
Mardock Scramble: Second Combustion (2011)
Dr. Easter rescues Rune Balot, and she recovers in Paradise, a high-tech laboratory where the Scramble 09 protocol originated. After a fierce battle, Rune and the doctor decide that it's time to take the fight to the enemy.
Baywatch: The Reunion (2003)
An old nemesis threatens Mitch's (David Hasselhoff) wedding day as his friends and fellow lifeguards reunite.
Aakhri Raasta (1986)
David is an ardent political supporter, however the leader of his favorite political party is an evil man who rapes David's wife, Mary. She commits suicide and David is framed by his political idol.
Deadly Descent (2013)
Nina (Lauren O'Neil) leads a group of skilled skiers on a rescue mission to find her missing brother, but they find a ravenous monster lurking amid the peaks.
I Was Born, But ... (2004)
Roddy Bogawa reflects on his childhood in Hawaii and his involvement in the Los Angeles punk scene of the 1970s.
Balkan Powder Keg (1944)
Romania, Bulgaria and other Balkan nations undergo political and social upheaval during World War II.
The Ballad of Paducah Jail (1934)
Kentucky humorist Irvin S. Cobb hunts for an escaped felon, but the tables are turned when the criminal nabs him instead.
Tetsuo II: Body Hammer (1992)
Psycho skinheads abduct the son of a man (Tomorowo Taguchi) who transforms himself into a hideous killing machine.
Joan Baez, the Byrds, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and other performers pay tribute to influential bluegrass musician Earl Scruggs.
The Third Walker (1978)
Twins (Colleen Dewhurst, William Shatner) meet as adults and deal with the consequences of being accidentally separated at birth.
Next Summer (1985)
As the marriage between long-suffering Jeanne (Claudia Cardinale) and serial philanderer Edouard (Philippe Noiret) unravels, the couple's two daughters experience their own emotional shock waves. Dina (Fanny Ardant) wants more from her daily life, while Sidone (Marie Trintignant) is married to a fellow musician but is terrified of performing in public. Fast-forward seven years: Edouard is gravely ill, and the family shares their issues, hopes and fears.
I'm Not Jesus Mommy (2011)
Kimberly learns that her son was cloned from DNA taken from the Shroud of Turin as the world experiences wars, famine and natural disasters of every kind.
A horror fan (Taylor Piedmonte) and his friend (Allen Maldonado) experience real-life terror during a role-playing game that pays homage to a classic horror film.
The Dinner (1998)
A loner, a magician, a professor, a Japanese couple and other patrons (Vittorio Gassman, Stefania Sandrelli) socialize in an Italian restaurant.
A Tale of Two Cities (1980)
Dickens' London-lawyer hero (Chris Sarandon) makes the ultimate sacrifice for the woman he loves in Paris during the Reign of Terror.
Tiger Claws (1992)
Clawed corpses clue police detectives (Jalal Merhi, Cynthia Rothrock) to a killer of martial artists in New York.
Flavia: Priestess of Violence (1975)
A stubborn Italian woman is exiled to a nunnery during the 1400s for her wild and warlike ways.
The She-Creature (1956)
When Andrea Talbott (Marla English), the assistant to carnival hypnotist Carlo Lombardi (Chester Morris), is herself hypnotized, the results are not positive. Lombardi somehow zaps Talbot's soul into the body of a prehistoric creature that lives below the waves. Lombardi commands the creature to the surface and uses her to destroy those who stand against him. Eventually, though, Talbot figures out a way to take back control of her will and fight her twisted employer.
Psych Out (1968)
Jenny Davis (Susan Strasberg) is a deaf young woman who has run away from home to search for her missing brother. Arriving in the hippie-filled Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco, Jenny befriends a rock group with heavy psychedelic leanings, becoming close to band member Stoney (Jack Nicholson). Aided by Dave (Dean Stockwell), who used to be in the ensemble, Stoney and Jenny come closer to tracking down her sibling, and venture into trippy territory while on hallucinogens.
The Killing Zone (2003)
A struggling psychiatrist seeks vengeance against a doctor's pint-sized killer (Rony Clanton).
The Shark Hunter (1980)
A mysterious underwater project thrusts a lone shark hunter into the middle of a governmental conspiracy.
A young woman with Down syndrome (Alejandra Manzo) touches people's lives after a bombing.
Pudding chômeur (1996)
An accident victim discovers that an ordinary-looking boy (Louis Davignon-Daigneault) has the power to perform miracles.
A mysterious atmospheric event causes several people to remember that they are aliens disguised as humans, and they face a tough choice -- to stay hidden on Earth or find a way home.
Dear Mr. Prohack (1949)
A Treasury official (Cecil Parker) is incapable of handling his own finances when he receives an inheritance.
A grandfather's house becomes the gathering place for a big family.
Le dernier tournant (1939)
A hobo is taken in by a garbage truck driver. The hobo instantly falls in love with the driver's wife, and when she asks him to get rid of her husband, the hobo has a crisis of conscience.
The Brunchers (2014)
A 30-something couple, concerned that they're out of touch and no longer fashionable, decide to rectify the situation by dragging themselves to the latest hip brunch eatery.
Silent Things (2010)
A new arrival tests the friendship between an autistic man and woman.
Medical students fight for justice and equality.
Ladies in Love (1930)
A young songwriter from Vermont travels to New York City to sell a song to a popular singer.
Damaged Goods (2012)
A jilted kids' party entertainer reenters the dating pool.
The Puzzle of the Red Orchid (1962)
Scotland Yard joins forces with the FBI to unravel the mystery behind an eruption of murder and blackmail.
Going Our Way (2010)
Scouts become more interested in girls than camp.
The Abita Mystery House (2015)
A unique look at the small-town roadside attraction in Louisiana that houses thousands of home-made inventions and items that have been found.
Kaha:wi - The Cycle of Life (2014)
A performance piece that celebrates traditional Iroquoian song and symbolism through contemporary dance expression.
A war veteran's mountain-biking vacation turns nightmarish when he is captured by a psychopath.
Suddenly in the Dark (1981)
A wife suspects her husband is having an affair with their young housekeeper.
My Men (2015)
Tired of life, a man (Manu Payet) returns to his family home and takes up residence in a mobile home parked in his father's garden.
My Journey Through French Cinema (2016)
Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier examines the great directors, actors, writers, composers and cinematographers of French cinema, including Jean Renoir, Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Melville, Edmond T. Gréville and Guy Gilles.
The Musketeers of Pig Alley (1912)
A man recognizes the thief who had previously robbed him as one of the men involved in an unrelated mob shootout.
Winter Buoy (2015)
Guardian angels help addicts who want to start a new life.
The Anatomy of Monsters (2015)
A man lures a woman to his motel room with intentions to kill her. He quickly discovers that she may be far more dangerous than he ever imagined.
Khatta Meetha (1981)
A young man follows his sister around to learn about cinema.
A photographer is hired by a tabloid in Paris, becomes romantically involved with an eccentric children's book publisher, and tries to fend off the sexual advances of a colleague.
Tout feu, tout flamme (1981)
A young woman suspects that her father has an ulterior motive for returning to the family he abandoned long ago.
The Revenge of Yukinojo (1935)
A young couple's quiet life is changed when the husband starts howling uncontrollably.
In 1969, two cousins set out on bikes to travel around Lake Superior.
Laundry Day (2015)
A fight in a dive bar laundromat is recounted from each of the four participants' perspectives.
Family Film (2016)
Children get left alone at home while their parents go on vacation. Everything goes smoothly until a boy gets caught skipping school.
In the summer of 1987, two sisters experience sexual awakenings.
The Devil's Cabaret (1930)
Satan's assistant sets up shop outside a cabaret to bring more souls to his master.
3rd Ave. El (1955)
Scenes of New York's IRT Third Avenue Line over the course of a normal day.
Two Americans become stranded in the jungles of Vietnam after they stumble into an unmarked minefield, which is still there from the war.
People have to overcome their weaknesses to face reality.
Mother Pluto (1936)
Pluto cares for chicks after eggs hatch in his doghouse.
The Scarlet Scorpion (1990)
The Angel, a millionaire playboy who moonlights as a crime fighter, leaps into action when his arch-nemesis, the Scarlet Scorpion, kidnaps a beautiful fashion designer.
All the Time In The World (2015)
Filmmaker Suzanne Crocker leaves her daily life behind in search of a simpler life with her family in the Yukon for nine months.
Where Are You Now? (2014)
Olivia receives a message from her missing son every year on her birthday.
A lonely woman doesn't tell anyone when she finds a baby in the dumpster, keeping the child for herself.
Same Difference (2002)
Twin brothers become involved with the same woman.
A young, unemployed singleton embarks on a quest to find a date for his younger brother's wedding to save face in front of his family.
Laurel and Hardy try to relax but are constantly interrupted by their bratty children.
A morally bankrupt womanizer (Angus Deayton) undergoes a heart transplant.
Berliners reflect on the freedom and attitude of the '90s, immediately after the fall of the Wall.
Staff members at a publishing firm try to survive one terrifying night in the office when a fired co-worker exacts bloody revenge on anyone unlucky enough to be working late.
Driven to Succeed (2015)
The owner of a D-rate driving academy and his moronic staff try to save their jobs when a politician targets them for elimination.
Secret Santa (2015)
A killer crashes a liquor-filled Secret Santa party, bringing a special, deadly gift for each guest.
Seu Arlindo Vai À Loucura (2013)
A man expresses doubts about his future in the midst of his golden wedding anniversary party.
The Last Round (2005)
Six desperate strangers, including a Gulf War veteran and a reckless racecar driver, are brought together by a cryptic message to play a game of Russian roulette.
Till We Meet Again (2016)
A man and a woman from America experience wildly different journeys in Thailand.
Writing on the Wall (2011)
Two people read from a strange diary called the "Map of the Universe" during a candle-lit dinner.
Mumbai's King (2012)
A mischievous adolescent and his balloon-selling friend wander the slums of Mumbai, trying to escape the chaos and instability of their lives.
Take A Chance (2006)
A teenager from Tokyo learns the ancient lifestyle of Uchi Deshi is alive and well in the Deep South of America.
Temptation of the Miracle Weaver (2016)
A charismatic man of the cloth (Timothy Birt) undergoes a crisis of faith when he is reunited with a woman (GiGi Erneta) from his past.
A Meeting of the Minds (2016)
Dorian, a young corporate lawyer, helps Paul, an immigrant from Eritrea, after he is arrested on a minor criminal charge. When the two men become friends, Dorian learns the authorities are investigating Paul's involvement in a sinister plot.
High Tide (1980)
An ex-convict (Ian McShane) solves the deadly riddle of his victim's last words, on the inlets of Western England.
Soldier Girl (2014)
When a gang's drug supply runs dry and the collectors make threats, the men start dealing in girls. The plan quickly goes to hell when they unknowingly kidnap the daughter of a retired black-ops agent.
Men o' War (1929)
Two sailors (Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy) on leave hit the jackpot on a slot machine.
The Last Exit (2013)
Friends battle a werewolf that is terrorizing a small town.
L'oro di Scampia (2014)
A judo teacher opens a club in a crime-ridden neighborhood and tries to show his students an alternate path to life through discipline and honor.
Mr. Universe (2012)
A couple whose relationship is on the rocks wish the worst on each other, leading to a bizarre and bloody turn of events.
Magicians: Life in the Impossible (2016)
Four world-class magicians travel to gigs and explain the sources of their dreams.
We Love You (2016)
When best friends Noah and Ford realize they've both fallen for the same girl, it could be the end of their friendship. Then they come up with the idea that she just might be cool enough to date both of them.
California Dreams (2015)
Four women try to gain recognition in Hollywood.
Chop Shop (2014)
Car thieves from LA's criminal underground become international players.
Une petite robe chinoise (2013)
A lonely and vulnerable young man begins a silent and unexpected relationship with his neighbor, a Chinese woman.
Drôle de Guerre (2014)
When his mother is hospitalized, a young boy (Matis Hoquet) escapes boredom by playing with some of his grandfather's things, including an old gun and a Resistance medal.
A Rendezvous (2012)
Two women (Catherine Lough Haggquist, Bronwen Smith) have a clandestine meeting atop a quiet rooftop, unaware of anything but each other.
The Island Funeral (2015)
A young Muslim woman travels to Thailand's south, where more than 2,300 people have been killed since an Islamic insurgency began there several years ago. She questions her identity amid the current politically and religiously charged situation.
Half of Life (1984)
The life of German poet Friedrich Hölderlin from 1796 to 1806.
Answering the Call (2016)
In 1965, John Witeck answered Dr. King's call to march on Selma. Now, he travels back to Alabama with his nephew to further explore voting rights in America and how things have changed.
The Ballad of Peter La Farge (2006)
Protest balladeer Peter La Farge gives a voice to Native American issues.
Lost in an industrial district, a delivery boy asks a welder for directions. Things take a turn for the worse when he is fired, and his van refuses to start.
Auto Shop of Horrors (2016)
An auto mechanic thinks if he eats enough human eyes he will be able to see into the future. Every time a customer comes in to get his or her car fixed, he carves the person's eyes out.
What Do You Think? (1937)
A screenwriter wonders if his odd day was the effect of coincidence or the paranormal.
407 Dark Flight (2012)
A flight attendant realizes mid-flight that vengeful spirits have seized control of the airplane, and they plan to kill everyone aboard.