Feast II: Sloppy Seconds (2008)

Residents of a small town in the middle of nowhere band together with other survivors to fight off an army of the undead.

Bond Street (1948)

Four tales take place in a day on a London street, each revolving around a bride's (Hazel Court) wedding dress.

Revolution of the Present (2015)

The strange effects of accelerated capitalism.

18 Fatal Strikes (1978)

Ching dynasty hunters learn skills from a kung fu master they save.

Life Without Gabriella Ferri (2008)

A love story filled with locked doors, ugly thieves and a wounded stork.

Santos (2008)

A failed comic book writer becomes a superhero in a parallel universe.

I Only Wanted to Live (2006)

Nine survivors of Auschwitz tell their stories of suffering, survival, and liberation.

What Have You Done to Solange? (1972)

After several coeds are murdered at a college, a professor (Fabio Testi) who is involved with a student becomes a suspect, along with several other male and female teachers.

The Pedestrian (1973)

Aging German man Heinz Alfred Geise (Gustav Rudolf Sellner) is a successful business owner whose past is quite haunting; during World War II he helped orchestrate a Nazi-led bloodbath in a small Greek village. When this secret is exposed in a newspaper article, it causes his son, Andreas (Maximilian Schell), to try to kill both his father and himself, but this attempted murder-suicide only results in Andreas' death. Alfred then tries to cope with the tremendous guilt he is left with.

Nani (2012)

Oscar is caught spraying graffiti and does community service in a nursing home. He teaches Isabel, an 84-year-old woman, how to tag and helps her cover the entire block.

Koko: A Talking Gorilla (1978)

French filmmaker Barbet Schroeder chronicles the life of Koko, an amazing female gorilla who is trained by Stanford University researcher Dr. Penny Patterson to communicate her feelings via basic American Sign Language. Through interviews with scientists and researchers, Schroeder also examines the ethics of animal experimentation and asks the difficult question of whether highly intelligent animals with seemingly human emotions should be granted the same rights as people.

Doctor Infierno (2007)

A crazy doctor can heal the world if he is allowed to rule.

Fighter (2007)

The daughter (Semra Turan) of traditionalist Turkish immigrants would rather study the art of kung fu than devote her time to academic pursuits.

King Kelly of the USA (1934)

An American showman falls in love with a princess when he takes his theatrical troupe to the kingdom of Belgardia.

The Jeweller's Shop (1989)

At a shop that sells wedding rings, a jeweler (Burt Lancaster) witnesses both the birth of new love and the trials that long-married couples encounter. Therese (Olivia Hussey), who has had a lasting friendship with a young man, is guided into a loving marriage by the jeweler. Meanwhile, Stephane (Ben Cross) and his wife of many years are on the brink of divorce -- but, when they venture into the jewelry shop to pawn their wedding rings, they get compelling advice from an unexpected source.

A Matter of Sex (1984)

Fed up with an overtly sexist work environment where under-qualified men are promoted over considerably more experienced women, bank teller Irene (Jean Stapleton) engages a local attorney (Peter Dvorsky) and unionizes her bank in the small Minnesota town of Willmar in 1976. After wage negotiations fail, the bank's female employees begin a controversial strike that lasts two solid years in the face of increasing opposition. Directed by actress Lee Grant, the film is based on a true story.

The Clinging Vine (1926)

A capable career woman (Leatrice Joy) deprecates her abilities to make her boss (Tom Moore) look good.

Lost Horizon (1973)

An airplane hijacking leaves a diplomat (Peter Finch) and other Westerners in the Tibetan utopia Shangri-La.

Mothra vs. Godzilla (1964)

Mothra defends her offspring when Godzilla invades their Pacific island nursery.

Houdini (2014)

In 1886, 12-year-old Harry Houdini tries to perfect his natural talent for magic tricks.

Gunde Jhallumandi (2008)

A young woman falls for a student at their college.

Chekhov & Maria (2007)

Russian writer Anton Chekhov (Ron Bottitta) works on "The Cherry Orchard" while battling tuberculosis.

Le sang des bêtes (1949)

Filmmaker Georges Franju compares the bucolic life in the outskirts of Paris to the gory conditions inside nearby slaughterhouses.

Taureau (1973)

A young man's family background threatens his developing relationship with a small Quebec town's schoolteacher.

Atomic Ivan (2012)

Romance blooms between a pair of scientists at a Russian nuclear power plant.

Rockers (1978)

Making it in the music business in Kingston, Jamaica, is hard, and nobody knows it better than regularly unemployed drummer Horsemouth (Leroy Wallace). Although talented, he earns precious little for his music and is obliged to try hustling vinyl records on the side. It's a lousy gig, but Horsemouth takes his lumps amiably, until some brash members of the local Mafia steal his motorbike. Determined to get it back, he and his friends concoct a daring scheme.

The Testament of Dr. Cordelier (1959)

A scientist turns into a violent madman after sampling a formula developed to separate good from evil.

Nudo di donna (1981)

An Italian (Nino Manfredi) begins to think his bookish wife (Eleonora Giorgi) and his earthy mistress are the same woman.

Against Her Will: An Incident in Baltimore (1992)

After moving his family to Baltimore, the cantankerous lawyer Harmon Cobb (Walter Matthau) takes on a case suing the state of Maryland for the release of an unjustly institutionalized mental patient, Marika (Bridgit Ryan), a young woman being held against her will. Although the small-town lawyer is in the big city, his fight for justice remains unwavering. Meanwhile, his widowed daughter-in-law (Susan Blakely) seeks a new beginning as well, with the awkward Jack Adkins (Brian Kerwin).

The Purple Gang (1959)

A Detroit policeman (Barry Sullivan) hunts a ruthless hoodlum (Robert Blake) on a rampage during Prohibition.

Smoking Kills (2014)

A hospital orderly takes a break to smoke after dropping a body off to the morgue.

Vote and Die: Liszt for President (2008)

A billionaire runs on a "kill everyone now" ticket.

Un fidanzato per mia moglie (2014)

Desperate to be rid of his wife, a man hires a fading playboy to seduce her.

Under Cover of Night (1937)

A detective (Edmund Lowe) trails a professor (Henry Daniell) who stole credit for his wife's research, then killed her.

Horizon (2014)

A secretary (Ruth Bradley) for the FBI investigates a mysterious project that may be linked to the death of her husband and the disappearance of a young girl.

The Camden 28 (2007)

In 1971, 28 antiwar activists, including five clergymen, raid a New Jersey draft board office, subsequently they are arrested on site in a government sting operation.

The Houston Story (1956)

Having discovered a way to steal huge amounts of fuel, oil worker Frank Duncan (Gene Barry) links up with mobster Paul Atlas (Edward Arnold) in the hope that they can sell the oil without arousing suspicion. But when one of Atlas' aides proves to be a loose cannon, bodies start piling up, drawing scrutiny from investigators. Hoping to get the investigators off his back, Duncan fingers one of Atlas' men for his role in the crime. But soon both gangsters and police are after Duncan.

When the Saints (2014)

One man's mission is to fight sexual exploitation in the heart of Malawi.

Dam California (2012)

When Michael returns to his hometown after two tours in Iraq, he finds the place on the brink of destruction. He teams with a beautiful biologist to stop a corporation from building three dams.

They're Watching (2002)

A police officer (Carmelo Gmez) launches his own investigation into the mysterious disappearances of thousands of Spaniards over the last 20 years.

From the Earth to the Moon (1958)

Following the Civil War, demolition expert Victor Barbicane (Joseph Cotten) develops the world's most powerful explosive, Power X. When other countries warn that the weaponization of Power X may be seen as an act of war, Barbicane and his rival, Stuyvesant Nicholl (George Sanders), join forces to create a Power X-fueled rocket to the moon. With Barbicane's assistant, Ben (Don Dubbins), and Nicholls' stowaway daughter, Virginia (Debra Paget), the two men set forth into outer space.

Deadly Snail vs. Kung Fu Killer (1975)

A young mortal rescues the Sky Mussel Fairy, but his bravery is not repaid when he is driven from his home by his uncle.

Among the Thorns (2005)

The story of friendship between two misfits at a summer music camp.

The Black Lash (1952)

A U.S. marshal (Al "Lash" La Rue) and his bearded sidekick (Fuzzy St. John) infiltrate a gang of stagecoach robbers.

Murder Without Conviction (2004)

A former nun (Megan Ward) investigates a decades-old homicide involving twin savants who were accused of murdering their mother.

Attila (2013)

Attila the Hun's mummified remains are awakened when his riches are stolen.

Wetlands (2013)

After an unfortunate shaving accident lands her in the hospital, a rebellious teen (Carla Juri) bonds with a male nurse (Christoph Letkowski) and schemes to reunite her divorced parents.

Blond Cheat (1938)

A millionaire offers to back a starlet's show if she can wrest his daughter from marrying a money-grubber.

Omnivores (2013)

Marcos investigates the rise of clandestine restaurants and discovers one serves a special type of meat. If he is not careful, he might become a special on the menu.

The Last Song (2006)

A Korean woman working at a karaoke bar bonds with a mysterious stranger who refuses to leave at closing time.

The Habit of Happiness (1916)

Sunny thinks laughter can cure any ailment and tests his theory on a dyspeptic millionaire.

Mason-Dixon (2008)

Two families battle each other over previous wrongs.

That Texas Jamboree (1946)

In 1890, Curt Chambers, the new sheriff of Crescent City, is disgraced when the crooked mayor forces him to shut down a popular medicine show. To save his reputation and a romance, Curt has the medicine tested to prove its value.

Caught in the Rain (1914)

Charlie has a series of misadventures with a married couple.

Assault and Matrimony (1987)

A nagged man (Michael Tucker) and his fed-up wife (Jill Eikenberry) spend their time plotting ways to kill each other.

A Question of Love (1978)

Linda Ray Guettner (Gena Rowlands), a divorce, fights in court to keep custody of her two sons after her ex-husband files for full guardianship. While he had previously been content to let Linda raise the boys, the father finds out that she has moved in with Barbara Moreland (Jane Alexander), another single mom, and that the two are pursuing a lesbian relationship. The ensuing legal battle carefully argues whether an environment with two homosexual parents is healthy for children.

Divided States of America (2006)

The industrial band Laibach tours the U.S. just after the 2004 elections, with plenty of candid footage of the band and its performances.

Patsy Mink: Ahead of the Majority (2008)

Mink battles racism and sexism to become the first Japanese-American and woman of color to be elected as a congresswoman.

Background(ed) (2007)

Wacky world of Evan Higginbotham: professional movie extra.

Chaindance (1991)

An experimental program handcuffs a convict (Michael Ironside) to the wheelchair of a man (Brad Dourif) who has cerebral palsy.

Faster, Faster (1981)

Four juvenile delinquents commit robberies in the streets of Madrid to finance their vices.

China Blue (2005)

Guo Xi Lam owns a blue jeans manufacturing plant in the southern Chinese city of Shaxi, known for its large number of clothing factories. This documentary examines the factory's harsh conditions, in which workers are paid as little as 6 cents an hour for shifts that can last up to 20 hours. Here, 15-year-old Jasmine begins working to send money home to her family but quickly grows tired and sick. Meanwhile, Lam proves to be a bad boss, endlessly delaying paying his workers.

Summer Of Blood (2014)

Erik (Onur Tukel) starts to hate his life until a stranger transforms him into a lothario. He feels free and unshackled until he realizes he has to feed on blood or suffer excruciating stomach pains.

Unflinching Triumph: The Philip Rockhammer Story (2007)

An ordinary man (Robert Lambrechts) from California sets his sights on a championship in the underground world of professional stare-downs.

Unknown Powers (1978)

Actors introduce dramatic segments on astrology, extrasensory perception, psychic surgery and other areas of the occult.

The Love Market (2009)

Filmmaker Shalom Almond follows the lives of four Hmong girls from the hill tribes of North Vietnam.

Solace (2013)

The lives of six people become intertwined as three stories become one.

Nelson Mandela: The Myth & Me (2014)

Filmmaker Khalo Matabane asks global thinkers, Apartheid victims and members of Nelson Mandela's entourage to classify the late president's achievements.

Gregory K (1993)

Based on the case of a 12-year-old boy (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) who sued for the right to leave his parents and be adopted.

Hong Kong Affair (1958)

An American (Jack Kelly) in Hong Kong finds that opium is why his tea plantation has not shown a profit.

IMAX - Survival Island (1996)

Penguins and sea lions migrate to South Georgia Island in spring and summer.

The Human Duplicators (1965)

Government agents (George Nader, Barbara Nichols) thwart an alien's plot to take over Earth with android doubles.

Béla Fleck: How To Write A Banjo Concerto (2014)

Béla Fleck is commissioned to compose a major banjo concerto for banjo and an 80-piece symphony orchestra.

Henry and Dizzy (1942)

Teenage Henry Aldrich (Jimmy Lydon) and his sidekick (Charles Smith) try to replace a motorboat they wreck.

We are Family (2006)

A corporate hotshot (Hacken Lee) tries to gain acceptance from the family of the woman (Jing Hu) he wishes to marry.

Pyrates (1991)

The intense passion between a cellist (Kevin Bacon) and a photographer (Kyra Sedgwick) ignites things around them.

The Return of Ringo (1965)

A Civil War veteran (Montgomery Wood) returns home to find his town overrun by vicious Mexican bandits (Fernando Sancho, George Martin).

The Millennials (2015)

As graduation approaches, a group of college students wrestle with the inescapable fact that they must now become young adults.

LA Pupa Del Gangster (1975)

An Italian gangster's (Marcello Mastroianni) mistress (Sophia Loren) sets him up for a fall.

Sincerely Charlotte (1985)

A French pop singer (Isabelle Huppert) flees with her ex-lover (Niels Arestrup) after her latest lover is found slain.

Madigan's Million (1968)

The IRS sends a clumsy agent (Dustin Hoffman) to Rome to find a deported gangster's (Cesar Romero) loot.

Astor Barber All-Stars (2014)

Since 1939, a salon has been cutting people's hair -- from the cradle to the grave.

Ice (1998)

Survivors (Grant Show, Udo Kier, Audie England) struggle to reach warmer regions after a space collision leaves much of Earth an icy wasteland.

On the Sunny Side (1942)

An English boy (Roddy McDowall) rivals the son (Freddie Mercer) of an Ohio family he stays with during World War II.

Runaway Car (1997)

A highway patrolman (Leon) comes to the aid of people trapped in a nurse's (Nina Siemaszko) car stuck on full throttle.

Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (1956)

A U.S. newsman (Raymond Burr) in Tokyo recounts the story of a huge dinosaur roused from the sea by an atomic blast.

Afternoon Of A Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq (2014)

The life and career of ballerina Tanaquil Le Clercq.

What a Crazy World (1963)

An unemployed East Ender struggles in an intermittent relationship with his girlfriend.

Renzo e Lucia (2004)

In 17th-century Italy, a jealous lord forces a young woman (Michela Macalli) to flee to a convent while her lover (Stefano Scandaletti) faces riots and plague.

Vendo ou Alugo (2013)

Four generations of women living in the same house debate selling their home to avoid bankruptcy.

Muse of Fire (2013)

As schoolboys, ttwo friends were made to feel that Shakespeare wasn't for them. As actors they now feel very differently. This film follows Dan and Giles on their extraordinary journey to get to the heart of the greatest storyteller.

Double Deal (1939)

A gangster tries to silence his romantic rival by implicating the innocent man in a jewel theft.

Space Probe Taurus (1965)

Men (Russ Bender, James Brown) follow the first woman (Francine York) into space on a voyage beyond the sun to an underwater place.

2 or 3 Things I Know About Him (2005)

Malte Ludin researches the life of his father, convicted and executed as a Nazi war criminal, as a starting point for a painful cinematic investigation of legends about the man, which circulate in his family.

Three Mothers (2006)

Sixtyish triplets born in Egypt live together again in Israel and confront their troubled pasts to tell their story to one's daughter.

Ruby Red (2013)

A teenager accidentally discovers that she shares her family's talent for time-travel.

The White Sun of the Desert (1970)

Sukhov, a Red Army soldier fighting in Asia during the Russian Civil War, is chosen to guard a guerilla leader's harem.

Lying Lips (1939)

When his nightclub singer-girlfriend is unjustly arrested for murder, a man struggles to prove her innocence.

Fury and the Woman (1936)

A drama directed by Lewis D. Collins featuring Molly Lamont.

Miles from Nowhere (1992)

A man (James Farentino) clashes with one son (Rick Schroder) who helps his brother (Shawn Phelan) recover from a car accident after indirectly causing it.