Criminal mastermind, Surajbhan presides over the slums crushing anyone who stands in his way. His dedicated employee Shankar decides to leave him. Shankar and his wife are killed by corrupt law abiding offficers, DCP Srivastav & inspector Thapar. Shankar's son Shiva who grows up with DCP's son, Vijay. Shiva teams up with an enemy of Surajbhan, Krishna to put an end to his criminal empire.
Convicts at Large (1938)
An architect (Ralph Forbes) enters a mob-run nightclub wearing clothes left for an escaped convict.
Hearts Of The West (1975)
During the 1930s, endearingly nave Lewis Tater (Jeff Bridges) aspires to be the next great American Western writer. But when he travels to California, he's recruited by Bert Kessler (Alan Arkin), a Hollywood unit manager, to star in a series of low-rent Westerns. While on set, Lewis learns about the less glamorous aspects of the movie business while befriending an old stuntman, Howard Pike (Andy Griffith), and falling in love with a spirited young secretary, Miss Trout (Blythe Danner).
Napoleon and Samantha (1972)
Napoleon is an 11 year old boy being brought up in the Rocky Mountains by his grandfather. Napoleon has befriended a circus clown, and when the clown has to return to Europe, Napoleon agrees to look after the clown's aging lion. Contrary to popular belief he's a gentle creature, so boy and animal form a friendship. However, Napoleon's world is turned upside down when his grandfather dies.
Pauly Shore & Friends (2009)
Pauly Shore's name conjures images of Bio-Dome and Encino Man, but there's more to his laid-back persona than meets the eye. Raised by the owners of Sunset Strip's renowned comedy landmark, "The Comedy Store," Pauly Shore takes the audience through his unique past. Can you imagine having Sam Kinison as your baby sitter? How about Andrew Dice Clay dating your sister? Several of Shore's friends round out the show: Iliza Shlesinger ("Last Comic Standing" winner); Steve Rannazzisi ("The League"), 'Comedy Store' legend (and Sam Kinison's best friend) Carl LaBove, and of course Pauly's best friend and father Sammy Shore who takes full responsibility for introducing Pauly to comedy.
Three Cairene women from different backgrounds join together in uneasy solidarity to combat the sexual harassment that has impacted each of their lives.
Official selection of the prestigious Global Lens Collection presented by the Global Film Initiative. (Egypt: Arabic w. English subs.)
A French countess (Maureen O'Hara) joins a Marine officer (John Payne) and a Greek mercenary (Howard da Silva) fighting pirates in circa-1800 Libya.
The House on the Wrong Side of the Tracks (2013)
The House on the Wrong Side of the Tracks is a Found Footage Film. Three low life punks commit a home invasion with plans to capture all the action on camera, but when the couples son comes home they soon discover they entered the wrong house.
Dark Mirror of Magick: The Vassago Millennium Prophecy (2001)
"This is the most remarkable record of a supernatural event I have ever witnessed. " - Wayne Darwen, Director. On January 3rd, 2001, documentary writer/producer Wayne Darwen brought a professional TV news crew into the Temple of the O. T. A. to visually record a remarkable event: the summoning of the ancient spirit Vassago. On February 1st, the Los Angeles affiliate of a National TV Network broadcast an edited version of Vassago's Prophecy, confirming that the Spirit had predicted a major news event. Only 13 days after the ritual was visually recorded, President Laurent Kabila of the Congo was assassinated! In this video version we show you the entire operation in sequence, exactly as it happened with no rehearsals and no retakes. Wayne Darwen also interviews the Magister Thabion (Poke Runyon) and the mystic seer Frater Solomon. Their unrehearsed answers to his probing questions leave no doubt as to the philosophical depth and spiritual power of Solomon's ancient Magick even in this modern age. In "The Magick of Solomon" video we dramatically reenacted magical rituals for instructive purposes, whereas "Dark Mirror of Magick" is the record of an actual magical operation of historical significance. We believe that this remarkable documentary will be studied and commented on for years to come. This 2011 edition has ten more minutes of new footage added with commentary on the Vassago Prophecy, as subsequently revealed in the following two years, plus a new prophecy from Vassago himself. Viewer discretion is advised, do not engage in these practices without the supervision of an experienced adept. CAUTION; This DVD shows actual Spirit Summoning, not recommended for immature viewers
A woman has a nice life as a teacher, but her world is turned upside down when her nanny disappears. Her friends don't think that she should pursue the disappearance as it could involve higher powers in the country, but she wants to find the person who takes care of her family no matter what the costs.
5 Seconds of Summer (2014)
Trace the meteoric rise of 5SOS from their humble beginnings in a Sydney suburb to worldwide fame in this unauthorized, very first and in-depth biography, featuring electrifying archive footage and intimate interviews with the boys.
Amazing Grace (1974)
A feisty old woman (Moms Mabley) forces moral support on a big-city candidate (Moses Gunn) for mayor.
Bloodstone: Subspecies 2 (1993)
Killers of vampires hunt a particularly bad one (Anders Hove) with a folklore scholar (Denice Duff) and her sister, back in Transylvania.
Dukes Of Hazzard: The Beginning (2007)
Bo (Jonathan Bennett), Luke (Randy Wayne) and Daisy Duke try to prevent Boss Hogg from seizing Uncle Jesse's (Willie Nelson) farm.
The Dentist (1932)
A dentist (W.C. Fields) becomes furious when his daughter falls for the iceman (Arnold Gray).
Sent on a mission to rescue humanity, an angel (Andy Whitfield) tries to save one (Samantha Noble) of his own.
Hollywood Safari (1997)
California teens set out to find the real culprit when their trained cougar is blamed for attacking humans.
High Voltage (1997)
Amateur robbers, led by wannabe gangster Johnny Clay (Antonio Sabato Jr.), pull off a big heist, only to realize that the bank they just held up is really a front for a money-laundering operation linked to the Mafia's drug activities. Headed by kingpin Victor Phan (George Kee Cheung), the mobsters come after the robbers, looking to recover their money and take revenge on the crooks. Shoot-outs ensue as Johnny tries to keep himself and his partners alive.
How Awful About Allan (1970)
Mental patient Allan (Anthony Perkins) comes home to his unbalanced sister (Julie Harris) and hears voices.
Under apartheid in South Africa, Col. Kruger (Nigel Hawthorne) is a merciless interrogator who symbolizes an era's cruelty. Among his victims is professor Marty Strydom (Eric Stoltz), who is jailed for engaging in rebellious activities. Recognizing a willful spirit, Kruger works hard to break his subject. But when, 10 years later, the tables have turned and Kruger is put to question by the new government, he must face an ex-prisoner-turned-questioner (Louis Gossett Jr.).
Too Young to Die (2002)
A 73-year-old Korean confectionery vendor (Park Chi-gyu) and a 72-year-old folk musician (Lee Sun-ye) meet and fall in love.
Lucky Dog (2013)
A lonely puppy searching for a family of his own is adopted by a wealthy woman who wants to win a dog show. When he is kidnapped and held for ransom, she realizes her pet means more to her than winning a competition.
Night Vision (1998)
Detective Dakota Smith (Fred Williamson) and his new partner (Cynthia Rothrock) close in on a killer who uses high tech to target women.
Number One with a Bullet (1987)
Detectives Barzak (Robert Carradine) and Hazeltine (Billy Dee Williams) are trying their hardest to bring down a drug ring, but they're meeting with trouble at every turn, which leads the officers to suspect a mole in their midst. When the detectives are dissuaded by their superiors from following a lead about the man behind the whole operation, Barzak and Hazeltine are forced to find the truth on their own without the support of their department.
Jason (Roger Rodd) is hired to track down a militant group called Strikeforce to stop its kidnapping and murder spree before it can obtain a top-secret weapon.
Stuff Stephanie In The Incinerator (1990)
Rich thrill seekers (Catherine Dee, William Dane) act out a scenario of decadence and murder with another couple.
Sorority Babes In The Slimeball Bowlarama (1988)
Sorority boss Babs (Robin Rochelle) orders pledges (Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens) to steal a bowling trophy, but they drop it and free an imp.
Sacred Ground (1983)
An Oregon trapper (Tim McIntire) and his pregnant Apache mate (Serene Hedin) make their home on a Paiute burial ground.
Members of a primitive culture venture onto a palatial estate and take on the behavior that reflect this environment.
Ebenezer Scrooge (Albert Finney) is the definition of a miser. He is rich, but completely stingy with his money, and he exploits the good nature of his employee Bob Cratchit (David Collings). On Christmas Eve, however, Scrooge is in store for a rude awakening when he is visited by the ghost of his old business partner, Jacob Marley (Alec Guinness), who informs him that he is going to be visited by three ghosts, including the Ghosts of Christmas Past (Edith Evans) and Present (Kenneth More).
Santa and the Three Bears (1970)
In this animated movie, two bear cubs that are being raised by their mother discover the story of Santa Claus when they hear it from a park ranger. The curious little bears become determined to meet Santa, a goal that doesn't fit in very well with their mom's winter hibernation plans. As the three bears try to settle down for their cold-weather slumber, the restlessness of the cubs makes sleep impossible, and they remain determined to see jolly old Saint Nicholas.
Former musicians Jan Rosenberg (Max von Sydow) and his wife, Eva (Liv Ullmann), have left the city to avoid a civil war and now live on a rural island where they tend a farm. While the situation seems idyllic, the couple's isolation begins to wear on their relationship, and eventually the armed conflict that they've tried to flee arrives on the quiet island in the form of soldiers. Try as they might, Jan and Eva ultimately can't evade either the war or their own marital problems.
The Silence (1963)
Traveling through an unnamed European country on the brink of war, sickly, intellectual Ester (Ingrid Thulin), her sister Anna (Gunnel Lindblom) and Anna's young son, Johan (Jorgen Lindstrom), check into a near-empty hotel. A basic inability to communicate among the three seems only to worsen during their stay. Anna provokes her sister by enjoying a dalliance with a local man, while the boy, left to himself, has a series of enigmatic encounters that heighten the growing air of isolation.
Complications arise when a thief's (Melanie Griffith) boyfriend (Hugh Dancy) falls for a clerk (Rachael Leigh Cook) in the jewelry store they plan to rob.
An architect's (Thomas Jane) former crime partner (Aaron Eckhart) shows up with drugs and gangster business, attracting a slew of unsavory characters.
Tom Thumb (1958)
In a mythical land, woodcutter Jonathan (Bernard Miles) agrees not to chop down the oldest tree in the forest in return for three wishes granted by the Forest Queen. After he wastes two wishes bickering with his wife, the third brings them Tom (Russ Tamblyn), a thumb-sized child. The couple dote upon him, but are unable to protect him when, on his way to the village, the innocent Tom falls in with villainous Ivan (Terry-Thomas) and Tony (Peter Sellers).
The Eternal (1998)
A woman (Alison Elliot) returns home to Ireland to try to get well and finds out the curse of a Druid witch is making her sick.
The Teacher (1974)
A killer (Anthony James) stalks a student (Jay North) and an older woman (Angel Tompkins) who are having an affair.
Princess from the Moon (1987)
Having lost a child, Taketori-no-Miyatsuko (Toshirô Mifune) and his wife (Ayako Wakao) can't believe it when a bright light deposits a baby in the forest by their house. They decide to keep her, naming her Kaya (Yasuko Sawaguchi), and are amazed when she grows overnight from infancy to childhood. The sale of some gold she had with her enables the family to move to a bigger house, by which time Kaya is a already a grown woman attracting suitors who are curious about her strange origin.
Three Wishes (1995)
When single mother Jeanne Holman (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) turns to avoid hitting a dog with her station wagon, she unwittingly hits bearded drifter Jack McCloud (Patrick Swayze). Against the protests of her scandalized neighbors, Holman insists that the injured man stay at the Holman residence to heal. As the eccentric McCloud recovers from the accident, he becomes a positive influence on -- and an unexpected father figure to -- her young sons, Tom (Joseph Mazzello) and Gunny (Seth Mumy).
Samuel returns home, after mysteriously disappearing, to mourn the death of his best friend.
A German terrorist (Klaus Kinski), his gang and hostages are trapped with a deadly snake in a London house.
An insurance worker with odd habits spends his time processing claims and auditioning for film and TV work.
Ming jian (1980)
A swordsman and a samurai work together to find a blade.
So Little Time (1952)
An aristocrat (Maria Schell) falls in love with a concert-pianist German colonel (Marius Goring) living in her family's Belgian chateau.
Danger on the Air (1938)
A radio engineer (Donald Woods) solves the murder of a sponsor (Berton Churchill) at the station.
Michel, a serial womanizer and professional hustler, meets Gloria, and she falls in love with him. When Gloria discovers Michel's hustling, they embark on a wild odyssey that becomes deadly and murderous.
Leon (David Hewlett) and Ursula (Cyndy Preston), brother and sister, treat their doctor father's therapeutic dummy like a brother.
Kishen Kanhaiya (1990)
Twin brothers, Kanhaiya and Kishen, grow up in different classes of society until Kanhaiya rescues his unknown twin from his brutal stepmother.
Deadlock 2 (1995)
A man (Esai Morales) and a woman (Nia Peeples) flee a high-tech prison, linked by collars set to explode if they part.
If I Were a Rich Man (2002)
A salesman (Jean-Pierre Darroussin) tries to hide a lucrative lottery prize from his wife (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) so that she cannot claim half in divorce court.
The Miracle (2003)
A boy's (Claudio D'Agostino) squabbling parents (Carlo Bruni, Anna Ferruzzo) seek to exploit their son's apparent power to heal the sick.
Survival of the Fabulous (2013)
Filmmaker Bryce Sage explores the biology and evolution of male homosexuality.
A Swedish father chases his son who chases his sister's dolls who have run away with a tiny creature.
Melody Club (1949)
A British detective (Terry-Thomas) somehow captures crooks at a nightclub.
Being Awesome (2013)
Teddy and Lloyd meet at their high school reunion and realize they have to make changes in their pathetic lives.
Train To Tombstone (1950)
Indians attack a train with an Army agent (Don Barry) and gold aboard.
Man from Oklahoma (1945)
A singing cowboy (Roy Rogers) and his partner (George "Gabby" Hayes) help a woman (Dale Evans) in distress.
The Entertainers (1991)
A washed-up comedian (Bob Newhart) and his sidekick make one last attempt to become famous in Las Vegas.
Hillbilly Blitzkrieg (1942)
Buck private Snuffy Smith (Bud Duncan) and Sgt. Homer Gatling (Edgar Kennedy) are responsible for guarding a secret rocket that is being stored at a missile site in the backwoods of rural Tennessee. Once there, Snuffy finds out his cousin Barney Google (Cliff Nazarro) is one of the project's chief investors. Trouble arrives when Snuffy invites his pen pal to visit, and she turns out to be part of a German spy ring trying to get its hands on the special fuel formula.
The Adventures of RoboRex (2014)
An 11-year-old boy and his beloved golden retriever join forces with a robot dog sent from the future to try to prevent a maniacal professor and his mechanical cat from taking over the world.
Friends 'Til The End (1997)
A twisted admirer (Jennifer Blanc) insinuates herself into the life, sorority and band of a rising pop singer (Shannen Doherty).
Filmmaker Cao Fei records her experiences in the online social platform Second Life.
Hot Type: 150 Years of The Nation (2015)
Filmmaker Barbara Kopple examines the history of "The Nation," the oldest weekly publication in the United States.
Silver City Revisited (1969)
Views from various apartments filmmaker Wim Wenders lived in as a student in Munich.
The Munich police uses a psychological approach to handling the student riots of 1968.
3 American LPs (1969)
Peter Handke and Wim Wenders discuss American music from inside a car.
The Steel Key (1953)
Scientists working on a secret formula face danger and death.
A Chicago lawyer (Timothy Busfield) moves to the country to please his wife (Kathleen Quinlan), but their house is overrun with cats.
Sita devi is a very strict aunt for a number of young ladies, and does not allow them to fraternize with males. Along comes Pritam disguised as an elderly Professor Khanna to break every possible rule of the aunt.
Three guys mess up while robbing a bank and use a time machine to try again.
The Black Tulip (1964)
Based on the book by Alexandre Dumas. A nobleman dons the mask of his bandit twin and becomes a hero to the people.
One man fights to clean up a blighted housing estate during the chaos of a miners strike and power cuts.
Intimate Strangers (2004)
When a beautiful woman named Anna (Sandrine Bonnaire) mistakes a psychiatrist's office for that of tax attorney William (Fabrice Luchini), she unwittingly confesses her deepest and darkest secrets to a perfect stranger. Sexually repressed and lonely, William doesn't have the courage to reveal his true identity to Anna. Maintaining the deception, William begins to enjoy the fake therapy sessions. Every week, the pair meet, and they forge an odd and erotic relationship.
The Invisible World (2012)
Eleven short stories from 12 filmmakers revolve around a missing man, a subway preacher, moviegoers, a hotel waiter, a Buddhist monk and a Japanese acting teacher.
San Antone Ambush (1949)
An Army officer (Monte Hale) makes a federal case out of stagecoach thefts.
The Black Watch (1929)
British Capt. Donald King arrives in India as World War I breaks out. He convinces his comrades he is a coward so he can complete his mission and rescue captured British soldiers.
A young Muslim (Fardeen Khan) seeks vengeance against a lawman (Amitabh Bachchan) after his father dies during a police crackdown.
Double Dribble (1946)
Goofy look-alikes play a basketball game.
The Crossing (2014)
A man and his son (Finnegan Oldfield) take a canoe trip to find the missing Arthur.
The State of the World (2007)
A collection of tales includes " One Way," "Germano," "Luminous People" and "Brutality Factory."
Ad Nauseam (2014)
An aspiring novelist and his amoral friend launch a last-ditch effort to create a viral ad that will achieve one million hits on Youtube.
When Sahibji's family usurps his business and mansion, leaving him penniless, it is up to the poor house servant to fix the matter.
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium (1969)
The ebullient and seductive Charlie Cartwright (Ian McShane) is a tour guide taking a busload of American tourists across Europe. The group of travelers includes a World War II veteran, a wife and her cynical husband (Murray Hamilton), young lovers, an Italian-American meeting his relatives for the first time, and Samantha Perkins (Suzanne Pleshette), the beautiful but old-fashioned department store buyer traveling on her own, whom the womanizing Cartwright inevitably falls for.
On Valentine's Day (1986)
Christmas unites a small-town family divided by a couple's (Hallie Foote, William Converse-Roberts) elopement in 1917 Texas.
Ranch hand Tom Lincoln (Bill Kerr) buys an adorable puppy named Dusty and trains it to herd sheep. The puppy grows to be a loyal dog, but Tom finds out that Dusty is half wild dingo and has a violent streak. Though Dusty is the best sheep dog around by day, he roams at night and may pose a danger to the livestock of others. When the ranchers call for Dusty's extermination, Tom's loyalty is tested, and he must determine how far he is willing to go to keep his dog alive.
Two close friends, Vijay and Revi both decide to enter law enforcement, one as a police officer, the other as a lawyer, but their friendship starts to unravel when they fall in love with the same woman.
The Woman Who Sinned (1991)
An adulterer (Susan Lucci) must confess in order to clear herself of murder and to save herself from the killer (Michael Dudikoff).
Georgi and the Butterflies (2004)
The eccentric and multi-talented Dr. Georgi Lulchev is, among other things, a psychiatrist, a neurologist, a chef, a Chinese medicine man and -- perhaps most notably -- the director of a home for the psychologically disturbed. This documentary about Lulchev tells the story of his kindhearted attempts at constructing a working farm behind the home, where the patients can roam freely, raising ostriches and snails and tending to colonies of soybeans.
The Adventures of Petey and Friends (2014)
A hot-tempered fighter plane named Petey learns to become dependable with help from his friends.
If It's Tuesday, It Still Must Be Belgium (1987)
Tourists in Europe join their bus driver (Claude Akins) on a search for his daughter, kidnapped by a circus knife-thrower (Bruce Weitz).
Wapos Bay: Long Goodbyes (2011)
Talon learns his family is leaving the Cree community and sets out to accomplish his bucket list.
Unauthorized and Proud of It: Todd Loren's Rock N' Roll Comics (2005)
Home video and animation sequences profile Todd Loren, a publisher of comic-book biographies of rockers.
Terror at Midnight (1956)
A police detective's (Scott Brady) girlfriend (Joan Vohs) is hastily linked to murder and an auto-theft ring.
The Hoax (1972)
Two scuba divers (Bill Ewing, Frank Bonner) find a hydrogen bomb and demand $1 from each citizen of Los Angeles or else.
La Bomba (1999)
Struggling Italian actors find success in New York by posing as a new mafia family.
Children Of The Corn 666: Isaac's Return (1999)
Hannah (Natalie Ramsey) is the daughter of one of the original members of a murderous cult composed of children who worship a demonic spirit called "He Who Walks Behind the Rows." Hannah travels to her hometown of Gatlin, Neb., to find her mother and explore her past. Upon her arrival, Isaac (John Franklin), the original cult leader, begins to wake from a coma. As Hannah tries to find out the truth about her lineage, violence, threats and strange rituals surround her.
Clay Pigeon (1971)
A Vietnam veteran (Tom Stern) helps a narcotics agent (Telly Savalas) bring down a drug kingpin (Robert Vaughn).
Ninja 2 (1963)
Ishikawa settles down with his family and tries to assassinate Nobunaga to save his Buddhist community.
Atilano for President (1998)
A funeral home employee steals money from corpses and is later forced to become a political candidate.