Gupt: The Hidden Truth (1997)

Gupt: The Hidden Truth, is a 1997 Indian Hindi suspense thriller film, directed by Rajiv Rai. It stars Bobby Deol, Manisha Koirala and Kajol in lead roles, whilst Paresh Rawal, Om Puri and Raj Babbar appear in supporting roles. The film's soundtrack was composed by Viju Shah, while the lyrics were penned by Anand Bakshi.

Carlotta (2014)

A working-class boy grows up to be a transgender pioneer and a household name in Australia despite the constant threat of criminal prosecution.

Valu (2008)

Valu is a 2008 comedy Marathi film directed by Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni. The film featured in various international film festivals as The Wild Bull. It also became the first Marathi film to be selected in Rotterdam International Film Festival 2008, the Netherlands.

Ploy (2007)

Ploy is a 2007 Thai film written and directed by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang. The film premiered during the Directors' Fortnight at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.

The Three Little Pigs (1998)

George, Marko and Joe are tricked out of their money by a wolf and his mate. They are thrown out of their home and forced to build their own house.

Parallel (2018)

Two people catch each other's eye on the Paris metro.

A Date with Darkness: The Trial and Capture of Andrew Luster (2003)

A Date with Darkness: The Trial and Capture of Andrew Luster is a 2003 American made-for-television drama film based on a true story about criminal Andrew Luster. It originally premiered on Lifetime on August 11, 2003.

Un uomo in ginocchio (1979)

Un uomo in ginocchio (internationally released as A Man on His Knees) is a 1979 Italian crime-drama film directed by Damiano Damiani. For his performance Giuliano Gemma won the Grolla d'oro for Best Actor.

Eleven Men Out (2005)

Eleven Men Out (Icelandic: Strákarnir okkar (About this sound pronunciation )) is comedy-drama directed by Robert Ingi Douglas. The film participated in the Toronto International Film Festival (2005), the Berlin International Film Festival (2006), and the Hawaii International Film Festival.

Perpetrators Of The Crime (1999)

Three students' plan to earn tuition money via kidnapping spins out of control when they abduct the wrong victim.

Cut Sleeve Boys (2006)

Following the death of a mutual friend (Mark Hampton), two aging Asian men in London's gay community take different approaches to finding true love before time runs out. One, Ashley (Chowee Leow), decides that the way to a man's heart is through a fashionable pair of stiletto heels, while the other, Mel (Steven Lim), wants to dump his current lover and partake of a man buffet.

Amanece, que no es poco (1989)

Amanece, que no es poco is a 1989 Spanish comedy film directed by José Luis Cuerda.

The Perfect Stranger (2012)

El Perfecto Desconocido or "The Perfect Stranger" is a 2011 film that was directed by Toni Bestard and stars Colm Meaney as the main character Mark O'Reilly. The film was shot in Mallorca.

A Strange Brand of Happy (2013)

David (Joe Boyd) turns to Joyce (Rebecca St. James), a pretty life coach, to help him get his life back on track. He volunteers at a retirement home and competes for her affections with help from the retirees when his ex-boss shows interest in Joyce.

Left of Center (2014)

A series of killings along a highway in Oklahoma strains the relationship between Trooper Ferguson and Police Chief Tom Parker. The lives of the two men continually collide during the investigation, then a startling revelation comes to light.

She Demons (1958)

She Demons is an independently produced 1958 black-and-white science fiction film directed and co-written by Richard E. Cunha. Made in a tongue-in-cheek style of Men's adventure magazines, Nazisploitation and The Island of Lost Souls, the film was distributed by Astor Pictures as a double feature with Cunha's Giant from the Unknown.

Hart to Hart: Till Death Do Us Hart (1996)

Jet-setting married sleuths (Robert Wagner, Stefanie Powers) head to Germany, where mistaken identity gets a dead-ringer for one kidnapped.

Fires Within (1991)

Miami's Little Havana comes alive in this smoldering tale of one man's struggle to regain the love of his family or the love of his country. Jimmy Smits and Greta Scacchi star in this hypnotic blend of passion and injustice.

America's Sweethearts Queens of Nashville (2014)

The careers of five country music superstars lead them to the world's largest stages.

Caroline? (1990)

Caroline? is a 1990 American made-for-television drama film based on E. L. Konigsburg's novel Father's Arcane Daughter starring Stephanie Zimbalist, Pamela Reed and George Grizzard. The film is directed by Joseph Sargent and aired on CBS on April 29, 1990, part of the Hallmark Hall of Fame anthology series. The film won three Primetime Emmy Awards.

Citizen X (1995)

Citizen X is a 1995 American television film which covers the efforts of detectives in the Soviet Union to capture an unknown serial killer of women and children in the 1980s, and the successive bureaucratic obstacles they consistently encounter. The film is based upon the true story of Soviet serial killer Andrei Chikatilo, who was convicted in 1992 of the murder of 52 women and children committed between 1978 and 1990. It stars Stephen Rea, Donald Sutherland, and Max Von Sydow.

A Talent for Loving (1969)

A Talent for Loving (1969) is a British-American comedy Western film directed by Richard Quine, and based on the 1961 parodic Western novel A Talent for Loving, or The Great Cowboy Race by Richard Condon, who also wrote the screenplay. The film stars Richard Widmark, Chaim Topol and Cesar Romero. The home video version of the film (Simitar Entertainment) is re-titled "Gun Crazy" and has been edited to 95 minutes. In December 1965, Walter Shenson offered "A Talent for Loving" to Brian Epstein as a film vehicle for The Beatles and it was rejected it unanimously.[citation needed]

Giving It Up (1999)

Meet Ralph (Mark Feuerstein), a charismatic New York ad-man about town. Encouraged by his sexist boss (Dabney Coleman) and unlucky-in-love buddy Peter (Ben Weber), Ralph's life revolves around the pursuit of the opposite sex. Enter his match, smart and beautiful account executive Elizabeth (Amy Redford), who is just put off his sex-obsessed ways, convincing Ralph to see a therapist (James Toback). Just when a relationship between the two begins to flourish, Ralph gets thrown together with supermodel Amber (Ali Larter). Now Ralph has to decide whether to change his playerlike ways or risk losing the one woman he truly loves.

Perfect Match (1989)

Perfect Match is a 1989 Hong Kong romantic comedy film directed by Dennis Chan and starring Andy Lau, George Lam and Carol Cheng.

The Devil and Ms. D (1999)

A psychotherapist (Corinna Harfouch) falls for a mysterious new client (Til Schweiger) who claims to be the devil.

The Bike Squad (2002)

Unable to spend time with his divorced father, a boy (Braden Parkes) befriends a group of cyclists.

Evil Roy Slade (1972)

An all-star cast headlines this hilarious made-for-television movie spoof on the western genre. John Astin (The Addams Family) plays Evil Roy Slade, the meanest villain in the West. The good guys do not have a chance, as Evil Roy turns the tables on the classic western story of good triumphing over evil. Western veteran Pat Butram narrates, and Mickey Rooney, Dick Shawn, Henry Gibson, Edie Adams, Pamela Austin, Milton Berle, Pat Morita, Ed Begley, Jr., Dom Deluise and Penny Marshall co-star.

5 Souls (2013)

A disgraced architect awakes from a coma and gets a choice by an agent of evil: He must kill five people to reconcile his misdeeds or -- decline the offer and -- die.

Darkest Hour (2005)

A mysterious killer terrorizes a group of actors at an abandoned summer camp.

The Stand at Apache River (1953)

The Stand at Apache River is a 1953 American western film directed by Lee Sholem and starring Stephen McNally, Julie Adams and Hugh Marlowe.

Firehead (1991)

Firehead is a 1991 science fiction–thriller film. It was directed by Peter Yuval for Action International Pictures, and stars Chris Lemmon and Christopher Plummer. It was filmed in Mobile, Alabama and released theatrically in 1991.

H. (2014)

H. is a 2014 American film by filmmaking duo Rania Attieh and Daniel Garcia. The film is set in Troy, New York. Actress Robin Bartlett was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female in 2016 for her work in the film.

The Goddess (1960)

Devi (Bengali:দেবী; English:The Goddess) is a 1960 Bengali drama film by director Satyajit Ray, starring Soumitra Chatterjee and Sharmila Tagore. It is based on a short story by Provatkumar Mukhopadhyay. The title means "Goddess".

Ninja in the Dragon's Den (1982)

Ninja in the Dragon's Den is a 1982 Hong Kong martial arts film written, choreographed and directed by Corey Yuen in his feature film directorial debut, and starring Conan Lee, Hiroyuki Sanada and Hwang Jang Lee.

Une Journée chez ma mère (1993)

Shuttled between her separated parents, a girl demands to stay in one place all the time.

Clinton And Nadine (1988)

A tale of espionage and organised crime involving Clinton (Andy Garcia), a small-time smuggler who loads up his old car with drugged tropical birds and drives them across the border. On a spur of the moment visit, he discovers his brother murdered and the killers ransacking the house. His only lead is Nadine Powers (Ellen Barkin), an ex-hooker who reluctantly agrees to help him. They uncover a link between the mob, a shady lawyer and retired military men. They also discover a tape that links Clinton's brother to the scheme and provides a motive for his murder. The conspirators will kill to get the tape back. Nadine and Clinton barely escape with their lives and Clinton is bent on revenge...

Kunthapura (2013)

An old man recalls an uprising against the British in 1928.

A Place for Lovers (1968)

A Place for Lovers (Italian: Amanti, French: Le Temps des amants) is a 1968 French-Italian romantic drama film directed by Vittorio De Sica, written by Brunello Rondi, Julian Zimet, Peter Baldwin, Ennio De Concini, Tonino Guerra, Cesare Zavattini based on the play Gli Amanti by Brunello Rondi and Renaldo Cabieri, and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film stars Faye Dunaway as a terminally ill American fashion designer in Venice, Italy who has a whirlwind affair with a race car driver (played by Marcello Mastroianni).

The Sky is Falling (2001)

A novelist (Dedee Pfeiffer) gets rejections from publishers and goes through a breakup just before her high-school reunion.

Mr. Stitch (1995)

Mr. Stitch is a 1995 science fiction film directed by Roger Avary and starring Rutger Hauer.

Mark of the Lash (1948)

Mark of the Lash is a 1948 American Western film starring Lash LaRue and Al "Fuzzy" St. John and directed by Ray Taylor. Produced and co-written by Ron Ormond, the film was shot at the Jack Ingram Movie Ranch.

The Republic of Rick (2014)

Rick Launer, the leader of a paranoid Texas militia, makes a bid to turn the state into a republic and become its president.

Enrique Enriquez-Tarology (2011)

Enrique travels the streets of New York City and shows the tarot through the eyes of an artist. He explains that we are surrounded by the beauty and symbolism of the ancient, and often misunderstood, tradition.

The Misplaced World (2015)

A young woman travels to New York to see if an opera singer is her mother.

Daydreaming (2016)

Giulio's friend convinces him to get un-baptized, and his religious family is outraged.

Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950)

Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye is a 1950 film noir starring James Cagney, directed by Gordon Douglas, produced by William Cagney and based on the novel by Horace McCoy. The film was banned in Ohio as "a sordid, sadistic presentation of brutality and an extreme presentation of crime with explicit steps in commission."

The Golden Cane Warrior (2014)

The Golden Cane: a relic of incomparable force, coveted by all. And with it, the training of a technique so unrivaled, it vanquishes all who dare oppose its power. As Master Cempaka and her four disciples - orphans of her enemies, now heirs to the Cane - prepare for the new warrior guardian to ascend, an act of villainous betrayal threatens to destroy the clan and destabilize the realm. Their only hope to restore order lies in finding the elusive White Dragon, the only remaining pupil still equipped to unlock the mysteries of the Golden Cane.

Two Girls On Broadway (1940)

Two Girls on Broadway is a 1940 musical film directed by S. Sylvan Simon, and starring Lana Turner and Joan Blondell. The film is a remake of The Broadway Melody (1929).

If I Were King (1938)

If I Were King is a 1938 American biographical historical drama film starring Ronald Colman as medieval poet François Villon, and featuring Basil Rathbone and Frances Dee. It is based on the 1901 play and novel, both of the same name, by Justin Huntly McCarthy, and was directed by Frank Lloyd, with a screenplay adaptation by Preston Sturges.

Kiss of a Stranger (1998)

A handsome stranger disappears after romancing a TV personality (Mariel Hemingway), then reappears to stalk her.

Hasti (1993)

Hasti is a 1993 Bollywood film directed by Ashok Gaekwad and produced by Sandeep D. Shinde. It stars Naseeruddin Shah, Jackie Shroff, Nagma and Varsha Usgaonkar in pivotal roles.

Johnny Nobody (1961)

Johnny Nobody is a 1961 UK drama film made by Viceroy Films Limited, with John R. Sloan as producer, and Irving Allen and Albert R. Broccoli as executive producers. It was directed by the British film and stage actor Nigel Patrick, who also took a leading role. The film also featured the BAFTA-winning actress Yvonne Mitchell (with whom Patrick had starred in the 1959 production of Sapphire), and the American actors William Bendix and Aldo Ray. Cinematography was by Ted Moore. The film was shot at Ardmore Studios in Bray, Ireland.

The Villain Still Pursued Her (1940)

The Villain Still Pursued Her is a 1940 film starring Billy Gilbert and Buster Keaton. It was a parody of old stage melodramas, but based primarily on The Drunkard, a 19th-century prohibitionist play by William H. Smith of Boston. That play had also been lampooned in other productions, most notably in the 1934 W. C. Fields comedy The Old Fashioned Way.

Night of the Living Carrots (2011)

Night of the Living Carrots is a 2011 Halloween short animated film, based on Monsters vs. Aliens and produced by DreamWorks Animation. Following the 2009 short, Monsters vs. Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins from Outer Space, a mutated carrot has spawned hundreds of zombie carrots taking control of the subject's mind. Dr. Cockroach determines that the only way to defeat them and free their victims is for B.O.B. to eat all of the carrots. The short premiered in two parts exclusively on Nintendo 3DS video service - the first was released on October 13, 2011, and the second five days later. To a general audience it was released on August 28, 2012, as a part of the Shrek's Thrilling Tales DVD and DreamWorks Spooky Stories Blu-ray.

Book of Dragons (2011)

Book of Dragons is a computer/traditionally animated short film based on the How to Train Your Dragon franchise. It was produced by DreamWorks Animation and directed by Steve Hickner. The short was released on November 15, 2011, on DVD and Blu-ray, along with Gift of the Night Fury, another short film based on the Dragons.

Summer Holiday (1963)

A fabulous 60s Musical - 4 London Bus mechanics strike up a deal with London Transport. They do up a double decker London Bus, drive it around Europe as a hotel and if they make it they will own and be in charge of a whole fleet.

I Touched All Your Stuff (2014)

Convicted American drug smuggler Christopher Kirk serves time in a Brazilian prison.

Love Before Breakfast (1936)

Love Before Breakfast is a 1936 American romantic comedy film starring Carole Lombard, Preston Foster, and Cesar Romero, based on Faith Baldwin's short story Spinster Dinner, published in International-Cosmopolitan in July 1934. The film was directed by Walter Lang from a screenplay by Herbert Fields assisted by numerous contract writers, including Preston Sturges.

The Soul Collector (1999)

The Soul Collector is a 1999 American made-for-television romantic fantasy-drama film directed by Michael M. Scott.

A Soap (2006)

En Soap, (English: A Soap or Soap), is a 2006 Danish melodramatic comedy film directed by Pernille Fischer Christensen which incorporates many of the austere techniques of Dogme style. The movie, starring Trine Dyrholm and David Dencik, follows the turbulent relationship between an abrasive beauty clinic owner and a depressed pre-op transgender woman. Made on a budget of 1.5 million dollars, it was the first feature film directed by Christensen. The film received mixed reviews. Some critics dismissed it for low-budget productions values and depressing characters, while others praised it for the quirky performances and Christensen's inventive techniques. The film won critical praise at film festivals and earned Christensen both a Jury Grand Prix Silver Bear and the Best First Feature Film Award at the 2006 Berlin Film Festival. A Soap received the Bodil Award for the 2007 Danish Film of the Year. Dyrholm's leading role earned her a third Bodil Award for Best Actress.

A Story Worth Living (2016)

In this faith-based film, John Eldredge (author of Wild at Heart), his three sons, and two friends decide to undertake the trip of a lifetime. Six novice riders heading into the Colorado backcountry on BMW F800GS adventure bikes.

Life in a Day (1999)

Life in a Day, originally titled Antidote, is a 1999 film about a baby rapidly aging due to a failed cell-accelerating experiment.

The Honeymoon Killers (1970)

The Honeymoon Killers is a 1970 American crime film written and directed by Leonard Kastle, and starring Shirley Stoler and Tony Lo Bianco. It is inspired by the true story of Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck, the notorious "lonely hearts killers" of the 1940s. The soundtrack is from the first movement of the 6th Symphony and a section of the 5th Symphony of Gustav Mahler. The Honeymoon Killers went on to achieve cult status as well as critical recognition. It was released on DVD for the first time by The Criterion Collection in 2003. François Truffaut called it his "favorite American film."

Black Eye (1974)

Black Eye is a 1974 action film produced by Pat Rooney, directed by Jack Arnold and starring Fred Williamson. The film was based on the novel Murder on the Wild Side (published in 1971), by Jeff Jacks.

Life Kills (2002)

Mistaking him for a famous writer, a radio-talk-show host (Susana Zabaleta) falls for a struggling artist (Daniel Gimnez Cacho) in Mexico City.

Springtime In The Sierras (1947)

Springtime in the Sierras is a 1947 American Western film directed by William Witney and starring Roy Rogers.

Trippin' (1999)

Trippin' is a 1999 comedy film starring Deon Richmond, Maia Campbell, Donald Faison, and Guy Torry. The film provided one of Anthony Anderson's earliest film roles. It was directed by David Raynr.

The Hexecutioners (2015)

Three years after the government passes Proposition 117 - a bill that sanctions suicides in private medical practices - a financially struggling twenty-something, Malison McCourt (Liv Collins), takes a job working for a leading private euthanasia clinic named Life Source Closures. McCourt is assigned to shadow Olivia Bletcher (Sarah Power); one of the clinic's leading death administrators. McCourt and Bletcher are dispatched to a remote estate to meet with a terminally ill new client, Milos Somborac (Tony Burgess). During the ritual, McCourt and Bletcher read from the Tibetan Book of the Dead, but during the process they unwittingly summon the wrath of a Death Cult that once inhabited the old property. This dark twisted tale takes a turn up for the books, when suddenly new client Somborac isn't the only one on death's doorstep.

Tracks (1977)

Tracks is a 1977 American drama film written and directed by Henry Jaglom. The film stars Dennis Hopper, Taryn Power and Dean Stockwell. The story involves a returned Vietnam veteran escorting a fellow soldier's coffin across the United States for burial.

What the Butler Saw (1950)

What the Butler Saw is a 1950 British comedy film directed by Godfrey Grayson and starring Edward Rigby, Henry Mollison and Mercy Haystead. It was made by Hammer Films.

Wolf House (2017)

When video footage is found, it reveals what happened to six friends on a camping trip.

Beauty for Sale (1933)

Beauty for Sale is a 1933 American pre-Code film about the romantic entanglements of three beauty salon employees. Based on the novel Beauty by Faith Baldwin, it stars Madge Evans, Alice Brady, and Otto Kruger.

The Bridge (1959)

Bernhard Wicki’s astonishing The Bridge was the first major antiwar film to come out of Germany after World War II, as well as the nation’s first postwar film to be widely shown internationally, even securing an Oscar nomination. Set near the end of the conflict, it follows a group of teenage boys in a small town as they contend with everyday matters like school, girls, and parents, before enlisting as soldiers and being forced to defend their home turf in a confused, terrifying battle. This expressively shot, emotionally bruising drama dared to humanize young German soldiers at a historically tender moment, and proved influential for the coming generation of New German Cinema auteurs.

Panamint's Bad Man (1938)

Panamint's Bad Man is a 1938 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor and written by Luci Ward and Charles Arthur Powell. The film stars Smith Ballew, Evelyn Daw, Noah Beery, Sr., Stanley Fields, Harry Woods and Pat J. O'Brien. The film was released on July 8, 1938, by 20th Century Fox.

The Elevator (1998)

The past comes back to haunt a movie mogul (Martin Landau) when he is trapped in an elevator with a screenwriter.

They Were So Young (1954)

They Were So Young (German: Mannequins für Rio) is a 1954 drama film directed by Kurt Neumann and written by Felix Lützkendorf and Kurt Neumann. The film stars Johanna Matz, Scott Brady, Ingrid Stenn, Raymond Burr, Gisela Fackeldey and Kurt Meisel. The film was released on January 7, 1955, by Lippert Pictures.

Made Men (1999)

Made Men is a 1999 film produced by HBO starring James Belushi, Michael Beach and Timothy Dalton. It combines elements of comedy with action and adventure.

It's a Joke, Son! (1947)

It's a Joke, Son! is a 1947 American film directed by Benjamin Stoloff featuring radio comedian Kenny Delmar as Senator Beauregard Claghorn; the inspiration for the cartoon character Foghorn Leghorn. The film was the first American production of Eagle-Lion Films.

Doctor Syn (1937)

Doctor Syn is a 1937 British black-and-white historical dramatic adventure film, directed by Roy William Neill for Gainsborough Pictures. It stars George Arliss (in his last feature film), Margaret Lockwood, Graham Moffatt and Ronald Shiner. The film is based on the Doctor Syn novels of Russell Thorndike, set in 18th century Kent. The character of Syn and the events at the film's climax were both softened considerably in comparison to Thorndike's original story.

The Limping Man (1953)

The Limping Man is a 1953 British Film Noir directed by Cy Endfield (as Charles de Lautour) and starring Lloyd Bridges, Moira Lister and Leslie Phillips. The film was based on Anthony Verney's novel Death on the Tideway and was released in the United States by Lippert Pictures. This film is now in the public domain.

At the End of the Tunnel (2016)

At the End of the Tunnel (Spanish: Al final del túnel) is a 2016 Argentine crime film directed by Rodrigo Grande.

The Chaos Class in the Military (2005)

A man's enemies try to kill his brother-in-law and frame him for the murder.

Love on the Run (2016)

A woman's (Jen Ponton) optimistic attitude can't be shaken, even after being taken hostage during a bank robbery, especially since her captor is the most handsome guy she has ever seen.

Under The Same Sun (2013)

In the near future, an Israeli and a Palestinian become friends and help usher in a time of peace.

17 and Under (1998)

Juan Sanchez (Cesar Herrera) is a teenager caught up in the Latino gang culture of Los Angeles. After Juan is convicted of murder, he is given an unusual sentence -- he must live for months with a family who have lost one of their children to gang-related violence. Though the hardened and street-smart youth initially bristles at this situation, he eventually begins to see outside of his gang mentality and even starts to fall for Kate Romero, the family's daughter.

8989 Redstone (2016)

The host (Eric Allan Kramer) of a house flipping show begins work on his latest project in Detroit, but then things start to go horribly wrong.

Border Phantom (1937)

Border Phantom is a 1937 American Western film directed by S. Roy Luby and written by Fred Myton. The film stars Bob Steele, Harley Wood, Don Barclay, Karl Hackett, Horace Murphy and Miki Morita. The film was released on June 7, 1937, by Republic Pictures.

Egypt 3D (2013)

Exploring the secrets of ancient Egypt, including the pyramids, the Sphinx and mummification.

SAGA: Curse of the Shadow (2013)

Dragon Lore: Curse of the Shadow is a film released straight to DVD in late 2013. Richard McWilliams, Danielle Chuchran, Paul D. Hunt. It is also known as SAGA: The Shadow Cabal or Curse of the Dragon Slayer .

Three (2016)

When a police sting goes bad, a master criminal (Wallace Chung, Drug War) makes a desperate choice: he forces the cops to shoot him. Once there, he refuses treatment, instead waiting for his cohorts to break him out. Caught between an obsessed cop (Louis Koo, Triad Election) and the troubled surgeon assigned to save his life (Zhao Wei, RED CLIFF), the hospital is now a taught-and-tense situation that could turn into a bloody battleground at any moment.

Captured! (1933)

Captured! is a 1933 American Pre-Code film about World War I prisoners of war in a German camp. It stars Leslie Howard and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. and was based on the short story "Fellow Prisoners" by Sir Philip Gibbs.

Pet Pals in Windland (2014)

All of the residents on the magical land of Puff are ready to celebrate until Eggy and his friends notice the evil Crow Witch is trying to ruin their big party.

Model Hunger (2015)

Decades ago, former model Ginny was rejected by the industry for the mortal sin of aging – a slight she never forgave. Today she expresses her frustrations on any young woman unfortunate to find herself in Ginny’s basement.

A Gunfighter's Pledge (2008)

A Gunfighter's Pledge is a 2008 Western television film starring Luke Perry. The film premiered on Hallmark Channel in July 2008. It was filmed at Big Sky Ranch in Simi Valley, California.

Assault on Death Mountain (1999)

The Shadow Warriors (Hulk Hogan, Carl Weathers, Shannon Tweed) oppose terrorists planning to use chemical weapons against Seattle.

The Terrorist Next Door (2008)

Trained by al-Qaida, Algerian immigrant Ahmed Ressam (Chenier Hundal) plots to bomb Los Angeles International Airport.

The Kingfisher Caper (1975)

The Kingfisher Caper (released as Diamond Hunters in South Africa and as Diamond Lust on video) is a 1975 South African film directed by Dirk DeVilliers for Kavalier Films Ltd. It stars Hayley Mills (as Tracey van der Byl), David McCallum (Benedict van der Byl), Jon Cypher (Johnny Lance), Volente Bertotti (Ruby Lance), Barry Trengove (Cappy) and Bill McNaught (Hendrich van der Byl).