Five strangers wake up in an abandoned house and realize if they want to escape, they will have to work together to solve a puzzle of murder and mayhem.
Greaser's Palace (1972)
Cult writer-director Robert Downey's surreal, scatological parable of the life of Christ takes place in a rundown Wild West town run by the perpetually angry and severely constipated Seaweedhead Greaser (Albert Henderson). When Seaweedhead accuses his son, Lamy (Michael Sullivan), of homosexuality and kills him, mysterious stranger Jessy (Allan Arbus) raises the son from the dead. Meanwhile, an unnamed woman (Elsie Downey) struggles to reach the town after her husband and son are murdered.
Marisa la civetta (1957)
A woman finds herself in a predicament after she promises to marry each of the four suitors who have proposed to her.
The Lodger (1927)
When a landlady (Marie Ault) and her husband (Arthur Chesney) take in a new lodger (Ivor Novello), they're overjoyed: He's quiet, humble and pays a month's rent in advance. But his mysterious and suspicious behavior soon has them wondering if he's the killer terrorizing local blond girls. Their daughter, Daisy (June), a cocky model, is far less concerned, her attraction obvious. Her police-detective boyfriend (Malcolm Keen), in a pique of jealousy, seeks to uncover the lodger's true identity.
Las cosas como son (2012)
Jeronimo (Cristbal Palma) rents out rooms and rummages through people's belongings when they are not around. Sanna (Ragni Orsal Skogsrod), an attractive Norwegian actress, waltzes into his life and awakens something new in Jeronimo.
After World War II, a former soldier becomes a caretaker and falls in love with a German maid.
Blood and Sand (1922)
A young matador (Rudolph Valentino) achieves fame but must choose between his wife (Lila Lee) and mistress (Nita Naldi).
The Outsider (1980)
An angry Vietnam veteran (Craig Wasson) leaves Detroit for Belfast to join the IRA against the British as his grandfather (Sterling Hayden) did.
The Scar (2013)
Richard returns to the barn where his life changed 30 years earlier to exact revenge.
Shaolin Temple 2: Kids from Shaolin (1984)
Rival Chinese families unite to fight bandits threatening their village.
20,000 Men a Year (1939)
An ace pilot decides to open a West Coast training school for aviators.
Cheech & Chong's The Corsican Brothers (1984)
In this parody adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas novel, a boisterous but unappreciated rock band is kicked out of a quaint French town, only to cross paths with a mystical gypsy, who unfolds the strange tale of two brothers (Cheech Marin, Thomas Chong) from the Corsican family who, although separated at birth, could feel each other's physical pleasures and pains. When the oddly powered pair reunite, their misguided misadventures spark the beginning of the French Revolution.
People endure puzzles, ghosts, time-travel, evil plots and twists that fold back on themselves.
Tiger Team (2010)
Adventure follows three young sleuths (Helena Siegmund-Schultze, Bruno Schubert, Justus Kammerer) when they discover a mysterious key.
Down Twisted (1987)
Maxine (Carey Lowell) is a waitress trying to do a favor for her roommate, but she ends up getting kidnapped by a group of smugglers and thieves. Believing her to be in possession of a priceless artifact, they ship her off to a fictional Latin American country where her fate is tied to a tough guy named Reno (Charles Rocket). The two are chased all across the foreign country by various groups of gangsters and thugs as betrayals and double-crosses multiply.
Jingles the Clown (2009)
Angela returns to where her family was slaughtered by a killer clown.
Rama Rao, the son of a man connected to the mob, is rejected from police work due to his father's lifestyle. When his brother is killed in a bomb blast, Rama Rao seeks justice in his own way.
Rififi in Tokyo (1963)
Two gangs of crooks compete to heist a precious jewel from its safe spot in a Tokyo bank.
Language Of The Enemy (2008)
Cultures clash when a Jew (Eion Bailey) returns to Jerusalem and falls in love with a young Arabian doctor (Linda Hardy).
Gun Glory (1957)
Life is anything but sweet when roaming gunfighter Tom Early (Stewart Granger) returns home. His wife has died, and his son (Steve Rowland) now barely speaks to him. Things aren't much different in town, where Early tangles with the posse of a cattle baron (James Gregory) who vows to run a herd of 20,000 roughshod through the settlers' land. Early must somewhat reluctantly play the role of defender, especially after a foolhardy plan by the local preacher (Chill Wills) goes awry.
The Triumph of Dingus McGraw: Village Idiot (2010)
Hoping to steal his girlfriend (Hailey Birnie), a sleazy mayor (Gord Rand) hatches a scheme to embarrass an Olympic hopeful (Kristopher Turner).
A Swiss police commissioner tries to link a deported American mobster to the kidnapping of an industrialist's daughter.
Operation X (1950)
A financier (Edward G. Robinson) plots to become the richest man in the world by marrying off his daughter (Peggy Cummins) to the son of an Arab sheik.
House of Darkness (1948)
A dead man comes back to haunt the greedy stepbrother who deliberately caused him to have a heart attack.
Bang! You're Dead (1954)
Police arrest an innocent man after two British youngsters rob and accidentally shoot a neighbor.
Ordered to Love (1961)
A woman (Maria Perschy) chosen by the Nazis to take part in a notorious breeding program falls in love with a man posing as an SS agent.
The Hill (1965)
Five British soldiers are sent to a detention camp in the Libyan Desert, including Sergeant Major Roberts (Sean Connery), whose conviction for the assault of an officer is shrouded in mystery. As punishment, the vicious Staff Sergeant Williams (Ian Hendry) orders the prisoners to continuously climb a man-made hill in the scorching desert heat. Though his colleague, Staff Sergeant Harris (Ian Bannen), sympathizes with the new detainees, he can only watch as Williams goes to sadistic extremes.
OSS 117 is Unleashed (1963)
A suave superspy (Kerwin Mathews) battles Russian agents who plan to knock America's atomic submarine fleet out of commission.
Valley of Hunted Men (1942)
The Three Mesquiteers (Bob Steele, Tom Tyler, Jimmie Dodd) catch Montana Nazis out to sabotage rubber production.
Johnson Family Dinner (2008)
Parents and their five adult children hash out their problems at a weekly meal in which equal portions of heartbreak and joy are served.
Bar 20 (1943)
Outlaws rob Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) and his sidekicks (Andy Clyde, George Reeves) of money meant for buying cattle.
Men In Exile (1937)
A wrongfully accused American finds love and conflict on a Caribbean island populated by fugitives from the law.
Not of This Earth (1957)
A doctor and a nurse (Beverly Garland) encounter an alien (Paul Birch) who wants to secure human blood in order to save his dying race.
Watch Me When I Kill (1977)
A nightclub dancer (Sylvia Kramer) joins forces with her lover (Richard Stewart) to find a killer before she becomes his next victim.
The Manor (2013)
Jewish family members running a small-town strip club try to nurse themselves and their relationships back to health.
Undercover Agent (1953)
A courier assigned to deliver a package is greeted at his destination by a corpse in the bathtub.
Battling Butler (1926)
Meek millionaire Alfred Butler (Buster Keaton) goes on a camping excursion with his faithful servant (Snitz Edwards). Once in the wilderness, Alfred ignores outdoor activities in favor of trying to woo a charming mountain girl (Sally O'Neil), who wants nothing to do with her spoiled suitor. Trying to impress the girl, Alfred masquerades as boxing star "Battling" Butler (Francis McDonald). Unfortunately, when the real fighter finds out puny Alfred has been impersonating him, the brawl is on.
A Man and a Woman: 20 Years Later (1986)
In a sequel to the 1966 film, a Frenchwoman (Anouk Aime) contacts her ex-lover (Jean-Louis Trintignant) to make a film about their romance.
Registered Nurse (1934)
While quarreling over their failed marriage, Sylvia (Bebe Daniels) and Jim Benton (Gordon Westcott) get into a car accident that leaves Jim gravely injured. Sylvia returns to her nursing job at a hospital where she is admired by both Dr. Hedwig (Lyle Talbot) and Dr. Connolly (John Halliday). When Connolly declares his love for her, Sylvia reveals that she's married and that the accident has made her husband insane. Then, to her amazement, Jim arrives at the hospital seeking a surgical cure.
Seasons of Gray (2013)
Hated by his brothers, a man goes to prison for a crime he didn't commit. He finds redemption by winning back the woman of his dreams, but his brothers hold his salvation in their hands.
Friends and Lovers (1931)
Stationed at a British military outpost in India, longtime friends Capt. Geoffrey Roberts (Adolphe Menjou) and Lt. Ned Nichols (Laurence Olivier) learn that they both love the same married woman, Alva Sangrito (Lili Damita). A slave to her abusive husband, Victor (Erich von Stroheim), who uses her as a pawn in his blackmail schemes, Alva has truly fallen for the morally upright Roberts, who must choose between his friendship with Ned and the beautiful Alva.
Desert Nights (1929)
Thieves (Ernest Torrence, Mary Nolan) take a diamond-mine manager (John Gilbert) hostage but need his help when they are stranded in the desert.
A British mama's boy (Roddy McDowall) brings to life the statue of a pointy-headed 16th-century monster.
Los tres calaveras (1965)
A singer feigns being an Argentine in order to perform, then meets two other men and forms a musical trio.
Thin Ice (1995)
Tensions rise when a weekend skiing trip turns into a debate about God.
A criminal organization in Paris tasks gangster Henri Ferr (Jean Gabin) with optimizing their existing narcotics ring, but questions begin to surface about Henri and his real identity.
Dead End Drive-In (1986)
Teenage lovers (Ned Manning, Natalie McCurry) become trapped in a drive-in, prisoners of authority in the 1990s.
American Casino (2009)
A look into how the Wall Street meltdown affected workers.
Empire Of Silver (2009)
In 1899 China, the heir (Aaron Kwok) to a banking empire is torn between his ideals, his duty to his family and his love for the woman his father (Zhang Tielin) stole from him.
The Ghost That Walks Alone (1944)
Newlyweds arrive at their honeymoon quarters only to be greeted by the presence of a corpse.
Jesse James, Jr. (1942)
A cowboy attempts to prevent bandits from terrorizing a new telegraph headquarters.
White Cargo (1942)
An English magistrate (Walter Pidgeon) warns a colonial newcomer (Richard Carlson) about a dark temptress (Hedy Lamarr) in West Africa.
The son of a Mexican bandit finds a village that is controlled by a former Confederate officer who steals from the locals.
All The Rage (1997)
An egotist (John-Michael Lander) has a series of flings while seeking a homosexual partner who meets his standards.
The Call (2013)
Lea (Francesca Inaudi) and Lucia (Sandra Ceccarelli) form an unlikely bond and leave their dull lives behind to have an adventure.
Teenager Barbara Olmstead (Shirley Temple) flies to Mexico City to marry her fianc, Corp. Phil Vaughn (Guy Madison), who's arriving from Panama on two days' leave. When Phil's plane is delayed for one day, Barbara looks for lodging in vain and then turns to young American vice consul David Flanner (Franchot Tone) for help. Unaware that Phil has caught a military flight to town, David postpones a date with his own fiance to assist Barbara, but his kindness brings about startling complications.
A crooked TV producer tries to make a comeback by tracking down a backwoods monster but finds more in the deep forest than he expected.
Naughty But Nice (1939)
A singer (Ann Sheridan) and a lyricist (Gale Page) are drawn to a professor (Dick Powell) with a knack for writing hit songs.
Tornado and the Kalahari Horse Whisperer (2009)
A disheartened young man and a horse whisperer turn a tormented horse into something special.
John Ford: Dreaming the Quiet Man (2012)
Home-movie footage and commentary by Maureen O'Hara, Martin Scorsese and others illustrate a look at the making of John Ford's classic film, "The Quiet Man."
A struggling filmmaker meets a producer who likes his script.
I Think I Do (1998)
Relationships shift within a group of longtime friends reunited for a classmate's wedding five years after college.
A Magnificent Haunting (2012)
An aspiring actor (Elio Germano) discovers that his spacious new apartment comes complete with eight friendly ghosts.
The Trouble With Dee Dee (2005)
Although in her 40s, abrasive Dee Dee Rutherford (Lisa Ann Walter) has never had to grow up. Coddled by her perplexed though indulgent rich father, William (Kurtwood Smith), Dee Dee has frittered away her life dreaming up impractical schemes that go nowhere. But when her dad retires and cuts off her cash flow, and her son (Mason Gamble) wants nothing to do with her any more, bratty Dee Dee is forced to get practical and reclaim her life -- and possibly rebuild her relationships with loved ones.
Witchcraft IX: Bitter Flesh (1997)
A call girl has bizarre visions that warn of a serial killer's link to an evil power that threatens to destroy mankind.
Cosmo Jones, Crime Smasher (1943)
A detective who learned the ropes through a correspondence course puts his training to use on a mob-related killing.
Children Without A Shadow (2009)
Holocaust survivor Shaul Harel, aka Charles David Hilsberg, spent his childhood in Belgium hiding from the Nazis under an assumed identity.
The Window (1949)
When young Tommy (Bobby Driscoll) sneaks out of his bedroom and onto the fire escape of his tenement building, he sees two neighbors, Joe (Paul Stewart) and Jean Kellerson (Ruth Roman), murder a sailor (Richard Benedict). Tommy, who has been reprimanded before by his parents for telling phony stories, informs his mother (Barbara Hale) of the crime, but she does not believe him. After his mother leaves to attend to a sick relative, Tommy worries that the Kellersons will try to kill him, too.
Spring Tonic (1935)
A girl looking for thrills and romance encounters a tiger on the loose, a goofy reporter and an amorous troubadour.
Lady Magdalene's (2008)
The madam (Nichelle Nichols) of a Pahrump brothel in tax default and the IRS agent assigned to the case uncover an Al Qaeda plot involving the tunnels under the Hoover Dam.
The Bride Wore Crutches (1940)
A cub reporter goes after his story in a big way when he single-handedly exposes a crime ring.
El Camino del Vino (2010)
A world-famous sommelier (Charlie Arturaola) tries to restore his sense of smell by finding the best wine in the region.
Young Sherlocks (1922)
Ernie's bravery is challenged and he spins a tale of saving a rich young woman from kidnappers and taking her to a utopia.
Todos a la cárcel (1993)
Victims of the Franco repression meet in a jail.
The Screen Illusion (2010)
A woman (Julie Sicard) will do anything to prevent a rival from romancing the man (Loc Corbery) she loves.
Meet the Feebles (1989)
Fame-seeking members of the animal kingdom experience the sleazier side of show business in this puppet-filled parody.
Ayurveda: The Art Of Being (2001)
Filmmaker Pan Nalin explores the traditional Hindu system of medicine practiced in India.
Smart Money (1931)
After being cheated by big-city criminals, small-town Greek barber Nick Venezelos (Edward G. Robinson) lives up to his lucky reputation by returning to beat the criminals. With his winnings, Nick repays the townspeople who loaned him money, then opens a gambling parlor, using his barbershop as a front. Despite Nick's honestly conducted game, the district attorney schemes to shut him down, playing on both his weakness for beautiful blondes and the decency of his best friend, Jack (James Cagney).