Fisherman's Wharf (1939)

Child star Bobby Breen stars in this light-hearted musical adventure about an orphan living on the docks of San Francisco.

Renfrew of the Royal Mounted (1937)

Renfrew of the Royal Mounted is a 1937 American film produced and directed by Albert Herman and starring James Newill, Carol Hughes, and William Royle. Released by Grand National Pictures, it is the first of eight films based on Renfrew of the Royal Mounted, a popular series of boy's adventure books written by Laurie York Erskine. The film was shot on location at Big Bear Lake, California.

Butterfly Crush (2010)

Butterfly Crush is a 2010 film, written and directed by New Zealand filmmaker Alan Clay. It was adapted from his novel Dance Sisters. The story is about an Australian female song and dance duo whose chance at success is jeopardized when one of them gets involved with a cult group.

Rivals of the Dragon (1980)

A well liked but trouble making martial arts student accidentally wishes some criminal activity. When the gangsters who committed the crime catch up with him, they kidnap him and his well meaning and loving trainer, Dr. Chen. When the student escapes the warehouse he is being held in, he decides to forego his selfish past and learn the meaning of altruism, by going back and attempting to rescue his trainer.

Prairie Pioneers (1941)

Prairie Pioneers is a 1941 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by Lester Orlebeck.

Cloud 9 (2008)

Cloud 9 is the groundbreaking and lyrical story of a 67-year old married woman who rediscovers passion and her sexuality when she falls in love with a 76-year old man. Cloud 9 won an Un Certain Regard Jury Prize at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, and the Best Director and Best Actress prizes at the 2009 German Film Awards.

Danger Street (1947)

Danger Street is a 1947 American mystery film directed by Lew Landers and written by Winston Miller, Kae Salkow and Maxwell Shane. The film stars Jane Withers, Robert Lowery, Bill Edwards, Elaine Riley, Audrey Young and Lyle Talbot. The film was released on June 20, 1947, by Paramount Pictures.

Gun Street (1961)

Gun Street is a 1961 Western film.

Carmen, Baby (1967)

Carmen, Baby is a 1967 German-Yugoslav-American romantic drama film directed by Radley Metzger.

Apocalypse Soon: The Making of 'Citizen Toxie' (2002)

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The Letter Writer (2011)

A letter from a stranger (Bernie Diamond) inspires a teenage girl (Aley Underwood) to help others.

Rappaccini's Daughter (1980)

This film, starring Vincent Price, is based on a short story about a medieval man named Giacomo Rappaccini, who maintains a garden full of highly poisonous plants at his home in Padua. He raises his obedient daughter, Beatrice, to tend the garden. Gradually in this unwholesome environment, she displays toxic properties herself. However, the young mysterious woman attracts the notice of a handsome local scholar, Giovanni, a student at the nearby university. He begins visiting Beatrice secretly in the garden, against the advice of his academic supervisor, who fears that the young man's interest in Rappaccini's daughter will cause him harm.

Emergency Hospital (1956)

About the lives and loves of the staff of an emergency hospital as reflected in a single frenetic night of business-as-usual.

Pioneers of the West (1940)

Pioneers of the West is a 1940 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by Lester Orlebeck.

40 West (2011)

Maeve and several other people are held hostage in a hotel room by her husband.

Flat Top (1952)

Flat Top (also released as Eagles of the Fleet) is a 1952 American drama war film directed by Lesley Selander and starring Sterling Hayden, with early appearances from Phyllis Coates, Jack Larson, Richard Carlson, and William Schallert. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing.

Queen of Blood (1966)

Queen of Blood is a 1966 color science fiction-horror film, produced by George Edwards and Samuel Z. Arkoff, directed by Curtis Harrington, and starring John Saxon, Basil Rathbone, Dennis Hopper, and Judi Meredith. The film was released by American International Pictures as part of a double bill with the AIP feature Blood Bath. Director Harrington crafted this B-movie using footage from the Soviet feature films Mechte Navstrechu and Nebo Zovyot.

Happy Camp (2014)

Happy Camp is a 2014 American found footage horror film written and directed by Josh Anthony in his directorial debut. It was released on video on demand on March 25, 2014 through Gravitas Ventures and was produced through Drew Barrymore's production company Flower Films. The movie stars Michael Barbuto as a man trying to discover the truth behind his brother's disappearance years ago.

The Happy Thieves (1962)

The Happy Thieves is a 1961 American crime/comedy-drama film starring Rex Harrison and Rita Hayworth and directed by George Marshall. The film is based on the novel The Oldest Confession by Richard Condon. The film was poorly received, with star Harrison later describing it as 'absolute rubbish'.

Pressure Cooker (2008)

Pressure Cooker is a 2008 documentary film directed by Mark Becker and Jennifer Grausman.

Calling Wild Bill Elliott (1943)

Calling Wild Bill Elliott is a 1943 American Western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by Anthony Coldeway. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, George "Gabby" Hayes, Anne Jeffreys, Herbert Heyes, Robert 'Buzz' Henry, Fred Kohler, Jr. and Roy Barcroft. The film was released on April 30, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

The Second Coming (1995)

Two teenage boys (Al Giordano, Jeff Constan) fall in love despite the racism and homophobia that permeates their Christian fundamentalist society.

Yankee Stadium: The Golden Age (2012)

Baseball Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson provides the commentary for the greatest moments at the "old Yankee Stadium." His reverent, nostalgic commentary is accompanied by rare footage of baseball immortals playing the game at the original Yankee Stadium including Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Yogi Berra, Phil Rizzuto; more.

The Human Trace (2008)

An undercover county cop investigates a trail of murders where the victims died without a cause of death. As he gets deeper into the mystery he realizes something sinister is gripping the town.

Short Cut to Hell (1957)

Short Cut to Hell (1957) is an American film noir, filmed in black-and-white VistaVision, starring Robert Ivers and Georgann Johnson. The film is the only directorial effort by famous actor James Cagney. Short Cut to Hell is a remake of the 1941 Alan Ladd film This Gun for Hire, which in turn was based on the Graham Greene novel A Gun for Sale.

College (1927)

College is a 1927 comedy-drama silent film directed by James W. Horne and Buster Keaton, and starring Keaton, Anne Cornwall, and Harold Goodwin.

The Grapes of Death (1978)

Les Raisins de La Mort (English title: The Grapes of Death) is a 1978 French horror film directed by Jean Rollin. It centres on a young woman who becomes trapped in a village where a dangerous pesticide has turned the residents into aggressive zombies.

A Brush with Death (2007)

Five cheerleaders spend the night in an abandoned farmhouse that has a horrific past.

Behind Green Lights (1946)

Behind Green Lights is a 1946 American film noir directed by Otto Brower.

Kill (2012)

Six people wake up in an old house and are terrorized by men in masks until they start killing one another.

Matter of Heart (1986)

The original, compelling and inspiring portrait of Carl Gustav Jung, whose extraordinary genius and humanity projected his voice far beyond the realm of psychiatry, redefining the essential nature of who we are and what we hope to become. Stirring score by John Adams.

The Astonished Heart (1950)

The Astonished Heart is a 1950 British drama film directed by Terence Fisher. It stars Celia Johnson, Noël Coward, and Margaret Leighton, and is based on Coward's play The Astonished Heart from his cycle of ten plays, Tonight at 8:30. Inspired by the great success of the 1945 film Brief Encounter, which also had been adapted from Tonight at 8:30, Coward agreed to have The Astonished Heart produced as a motion picture. As with the previous film, Coward also wrote the screenplay. Production began in 1949 and featured not only Noël Coward in one of his rare film appearances, but also actor-singer Graham Payn in a supporting role. The Astonished Heart was released in 1950 to indifferent reviews and was a commercial failure.

Allotment Wives (1945)

Allotment Wives (1945) is a film noir starring Kay Francis in her final screen appearance. Its plot follows an army investigator who tries to shut down a scam that preys on soldiers and unknowingly falls in love with the woman behind it.

Return to Treasure Island (1954)

Return to Treasure Island is a 1954 American film directed by Ewald André Dupont.

Return of the Ape Man (1944)

Return of the Ape Man is a 1944 American film distributed by Monogram Pictures. It was directed by Philip Rosen with top-billed star Bela Lugosi and supporting actors John Carradine, George Zucco, Frank Moran, Judith Gibson and Michael Ames.

Free Radicals (2003)

Free Radicals (German: Böse Zellen) is an Austrian film.

Sons of the Pioneers (1942)

Sons of the Pioneers is a 1942 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers, George 'Gabby' Hayes and Bob Nolan. The film was part of the long-running series of Roy Rogers films produced by the Hollywood studio Republic Pictures.

Fast Break (1979)

GABE KAPLAN gives a classic Billy Crystal - like performance in this rags to riches basketball comedy. Coach Greene, (KAPLAN), is a basketball fanatic working in a New York deli, who thinks his prayers have been answered when hes offered the job of coaching a college team.

Fashion Model (1945)

Fashion Model is a 1945 comedy mystery film directed by William Beaudine, starring Robert Lowery, Marjorie Weaver, and Tim Ryan, and written by Victor Hammond and Tim Ryan. The film is considered to be the third in a series of Beaudine films featuring a female detective after Detective Kitty O'Day (1944) and Adventures of Kitty O'Day (1944).

Alexandra's Project (2003)

Alexandra's Project is a 2003 Australian drama thriller film written and directed by Rolf de Heer and starring Gary Sweet and Helen Buday.

Storied Streets (2014)

One of the largest problems that has been facing the entire United States for the past several years has been the ever increasing homeless population. It is impossible to walk the streets of any major metropolis across the country and not witness a homeless person who appears as though they are clinging to whatever hope they can muster. This film takes audiences on a journey across the country, covering thirteen cities, starting from Los Angeles and ending in New York City. People tend to have a negative perception of those who are homeless, and this film aims to end the stereotypical thoughts.

Street of Sinners (1957)

Rookie New York cop has to deal with juvenile delinquents, his superiors, and blame for the suicide of a woman who jumped to her death while he was in her apartment.

The Cruel Tower (1956)

The Cruel Tower is a 1956 American adventure film directed by Lew Landers and written by Warren Douglas. It is based on the 1955 novel The Cruel Tower by William Brown Hartley. The film stars John Ericson, Mari Blanchard, Charles McGraw, Steve Brodie, Peter Whitney and Alan Hale Jr.. The film was released on October 28, 1956, by Allied Artists Pictures.

Viewer Discretion Advised (1998)

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Redwood Highway (2013)

Redwood Highway is a 2013 American independent drama film directed by Gary Lundgren, produced by James Twyman, and written by Lundgren and Twyman. The film stars Shirley Knight and Tom Skerritt.

Discarded Lovers (1932)

Discarded Lovers is a 1932 American Pre-Code mystery film directed by Fred C. Newmeyer.

Wrath of Gods (2006)

Wrath of Gods is a 2006 documentary film directed by Jon Gustafsson. It tells the story of the dramatic circumstances Canadian director Sturla Gunnarsson and his crew had to go through during the making of the film Beowulf & Grendel. The main focus of the documentary is on director Sturla Gunnarsson, but other participants are Gerard Butler, Paul Stephens, Eric Jordan, Stellan Skarsgård, Peder Pedrero, Wendy Ord and Sarah Polley. The director of Wrath of Gods, Jon Gustafsson, was hired to play one of Beowulf's warriors and he is credited in Beowulf & Grendel as Geat Warrior #2, Gerard Butler and Martin Delaney co-produced the film. The music was composed by Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson.

The Mouse (1997)

A bad boxer (John Savage) who lasts just enough rounds to collect his fee trains others to do the same.

Approaching Midnight (2013)

Approaching Midnight is a 2013 American independent drama film directed, written, and produced by Sam Logan Khaleghi, and starring Jana Kramer, Sam Logan Khaleghi, Brandon T. Jackson, and Mia Serafino. Approaching Midnight was filmed in Michigan, United States.

Suburban Zero (2011)

The suburbs are a labyrinth. A man is stuck. There are many forks. Anxieties form. Friends become relative. Everyone is walking. Two men refuse coerced vision. Movement in still life. Retribution from the sky. Intermittent head trauma. What is that building? Where is uncle Jean? Who is the man from the DVD? Have you mowed the lawn? What is suburban zero? The dream ends here.

The Other Pompeii: Life & Death in Herculaneum (2013)

On the 24th August 79 AD, the eruption of Vesuvius eradicated the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Exactly what forces did our planet unleash to kill so many people? Using modern science, the mysteries of the devastation are revealed.

Deadly Duo (1962)

Deadly Duo is a 1962 neo noir film.

Bay Coven (1987)

An urban couple (Pamela Sue Martin, Tim Matheson) move to an old New England village and begin to think their neighbors are witches.

Operation Bottleneck (1961)

World War II paratroopers stage a rescue mission in Burma to recover a wounded officer taken prisoner by the Japanese.

Cheers For Miss Bishop (1941)

Cheers for Miss Bishop is a 1941 drama film based on the novel Miss Bishop by Bess Streeter Aldrich. It was directed by Tay Garnett and stars Martha Scott in the title role. The other cast members include William Gargan, Edmund Gwenn, Sterling Holloway, Dorothy Peterson, Marsha Hunt, Don Douglas, and Sidney Blackmer. This film marked the debut of Rosemary DeCamp.

Gun Brothers (1956)

Gun Brothers is a 1956 Western starring Buster Crabbe and Ann Robinson. It was Crabbe's first feature film in six years.

Pride of the Blue Grass (1954)

Pride of the Blue Grass is a 1954 American drama film directed by William Beaudine and starring Lloyd Bridges, Vera Miles and Margaret Sheridan. It is also known by the alternative title Prince of the Blue Grass.

Dark Odyssey (1957)

Dark Odyssey is a 1961 American drama film directed by Radley Metzger.

Cutting the Pain (2011)

Cutting The Pain is a documentary which examines the real life story of Matan Berman. Matan was the dog handler for a unit deployed in Gaza. During the events of his deployment, he was exposed to an exploding device. At first, there didn't seem to be any lasting damage. As time went by, Matan began to experience an increasingly horrible pain in his leg. Every day the man who had made a career out of empathy found himself needing to seek it from others. Because while he was convinced of the reality of his pain, other people needed to be convinced to take a closer look.

Raiders of the Range (1942)

Raiders of the Range is a 1942 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by John English.

IN DEEP: The Skiing Experience (2009)

MSP Films takes an original look at the sport of skiing. All of the skiers in the film – park rats or big mountain chargers – share a common bond: the overwhelming desire to ski. Each person finds stoke in his own unique way.

Sixteen Fathoms Deep (1934)

Sixteen Fathoms Deep is a 1934 American film directed by Armand Schaefer and starring Lon Chaney Jr and Sally O'Neil. It was an early leading role for Chaney, then billed as "Creighton Chaney".

The Address (2014)

Ken Burns: The Address is a 2014 American documentary. In it, director Ken Burns takes a look at a small school in New England where the students are required to memorize Abraham Lincoln's famous Gettysburg Address speech. Burns uses the assignment as a springboard to examine America's history and the legacies of Lincoln and the Civil War.

The Moving Finger (1963)

A wounded bank robber tries to hide in a counter-culture family.

The Garden of Earthly Delights (2004)

The Garden of Earthly Delights (Ogród rozkoszy ziemskich) is a 2004 film by the Polish director Lech Majewski. It follows two lovers as they roam Venice, Italy.

Audrey Hepburn Remembered (1993)

An interesting documentary about the life and career of Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn. There are film clips from her most popular movies, interviews with friends and co-workers, as well as with Hepburn herself. Also covered is her work with UNICEF.

Wild Is the Wind (1957)

Wild Is the Wind is a 1957 film that tells the story of a rancher who marries his Italian sister-in-law after the death of his wife, but she falls in love with his young ranch hand. It stars Anna Magnani, Anthony Quinn and Anthony Franciosa. The screenplay was adapted by Arnold Schulman from the novel by Vittorio Nino Novarese, which had previously been made into the 1947 Italian film Fury. It was directed by George Cukor. The title song was performed by Johnny Mathis.

Sky Racket (1937)

Sky Racket is a 1937 American drama film directed by Sam Katzman and starring Bruce Bennett, Joan Barclay, and Duncan Renaldo.

Bridge to Silence (1989)

Marlee Matlin plays a hearing impaired woman trying to rebuild her life following an automobile accident that killed her husband. She finds herself struggling with her mother over the fate of her young daughter.

Slow Jam King (2004)

A would-be gangsta (Ron Domingo) and his pal (D.K. Bowser) carjack a music-loving perfume salesman (Whitney Melton) and make him drive them to Nashville.

War Zone (1998)

War Zone is a 1998 documentary about street harassment, written and directed by Maggie Hadleigh-West.

Fleetwood Mac: Unbroken Chain (2004)

In 1978 Fleetwood Mac released Rumours, an album that would sell over 27 million copies. FLEETWOOD MAC: UNBROKEN CHAIN tells the complete story of this amazing group through interviews, film clips and rare photographs, from the band's early days as a British Blues powerhouse, to its rebirth as a worldwide phenomenon.

Bedside Manner (1945)

Bedside Manner is a 1945 American film directed by Andrew L. Stone, based on a 1944 Saturday Evening Post story of the same name by Robert Carson. The film was re-released in 1950 under the title Her Favorite Patient.

Incident in an Alley (1962)

Incident in an Alley is a 1962 film.

The Naked Hills (1956)

The Naked Hills is a 1956 American film directed by Josef Shaftel.

Cast Alaska (2011)

Angler Dave Holsman and his friends raft down white-water rivers and travel down streams in jet boats to catch a 30-inch rainbow trout in Alaska.

Hi De Ho (1937)

Hi De Ho is an American musical race movie. It was released in 1947. The film features an African-American cast. Cab Calloway is the star of Hi De Ho. In the film, he performs a variety of songs. Two of the most notable songs he performs in the movie are Minnie was a Hep Cat and St. James Infirmary. His orchestra aided him in delivering these performances. The orchestra that is featured in the film also provided other performers with incidental music. The Peters Sisters are singers that are featured in the movie, while the Miller Brothers are tap dancers that make an appearance in the film.

24 Hours to Kill (1965)

24 Hours to Kill / In Beirut sind die Nächte lang is a 1965 British/German international co-production drama film shot in Techniscope and Technicolor that was filmed in the Lebanon, then a tax haven. It was produced by Harry Alan Towers. directed by Peter Bezencenet and starred Lex Barker, Mickey Rooney and Walter Slezak. The film was written by Peter Yeldham who travelled to Beirut to research the film's plot..

Classical Steel (2012)

This award winning and educational documentary features the steelband taking on the role of the symphony orchestra, very faithfully reproducing the works of the classical masters. Chronicling its roots from the Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago, it showcases pan players and steel orchestras from different parts of the world, calling attention to the growth of the steelband movement.

Silent Conquest (2013)

The end of freedom of speech in the West.

Arthur's Perfect Christmas (2000)

Every family dreams of having the perfect Christmas. The people of Elwood City are determined to make it happen. Arthur, his friends, and his family all focus on a certain projects from parties,to bake goods, gifts and more. But when to much stress is put on everyone to make things perfect, stuff starts to go wrong. However, Arthur is bound and determined to make Christmas perfect for everyone. Will he be able to save Christmas and make it a day everyone will remember forever?

Undiscovered Disney Parks (2010)

Think you know Walt Disney World? Think again. Beyond the theme parks, beyond the mouse - we'll show you how Disney Parks can make your vacation magical when you want an alternative to rides, restaurants, and souvenirs. This program takes you to the unknown sites and attractions, as our cameras get off the beaten path. At Disneyland in Anaheim you can "Walk In Walt's Footsteps" and discover secret spots that Walt Disney himself visited. At Walt Disney World in Orlando, learn how to surf, make and ride your own roller coaster, go on a private safari, and drive a real race car.

Chasing Wild Horses (2008)

Sable Island, located in the stormiest part of the North Atlantic, is so ringed with shipwrecks that it is known as the Graveyard of the Atlantic. For hundreds of years, most believed the herd of wild horses that roamed the dunes were survivors of shipwrecks. In Chasing Wild Horses, Roberto Dutesco discovers the true origins of the mysterious horses, sharing their romantic and surprising history.

Journey on the Wild Coast (2010)

A husband and wife attempt to traverse the North American coast from Seattle to the Aleutians under their own power.

Cry Vengeance (1954)

Cry Vengeance is a 1954 American film noir directed by Mark Stevens, starring himself.

George Harrison: The Quiet One (2002)

This informative documentary chronicles the life of George Harrison, the youngest member of The Beatles. Rare film footage, interviews with Harrison and his band members and music experts from across the globe shed light on this fascinating icon of rock 'n' roll.

Hell's Island (1955)

Down-on-his-luck Mike Cormack is hired to fly to a Caribbean island to retrieve a missing ruby. On the island, possibly involved with the ruby's disappearance, is his ex-girlfriend.

Israel: The Royal Tour (2014)

Prime Minister Netanyahu gives journalist Peter Greenberg unprecedented access in this history-making, one-hour television special. It is a cutting-edge, unique look at Israel through the eyes of its leader.

The Admiral Was a Lady (1950)

The Admiral Was a Lady is a 1950 American comedy film directed by Albert S. Rogell and starring Edmond O'Brien and Wanda Hendrix. The working title of the film was Once Over Lightly that was the title of one of the songs in the film.

Michael Moore Hates America (2004)

Michael Moore Hates America is a documentary film directed by Mike Wilson that criticizes the work of film director Michael Moore. It premiered September 12, 2004, in Dallas, Texas, at the American Film Renaissance film festival.

Salt Lake Raiders (1950)

Salt Lake Raiders is a 1950 American Western film directed by Fred C. Brannon and written by M. Coates Webster. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Roy Barcroft, Martha Hyer, Byron Foulger and Myron Healey. The film was released on May 1, 1950, by Republic Pictures.

Navajo Trail Raiders (1949)

Navajo Trail Raiders is a 1949 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by M. Coates Webster. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Robert Emmett Keane, Barbara Bestar, Harold Landon and Dick Curtis. The film was released on October 15, 1949, by Republic Pictures.

The Blocked Trail (1943)

The Blocked Trail is a 1943 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by Elmer Clifton.

The Reeds (2009)

A weekend boating party turns into a nightmare for a group of young Londoners when they stumble upon a terrifying secret hidden in the reeds.

Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo (2009)

Filmmakers explore the stories of three Guantanamo prisoners, how and why they wound up there, and includes interviews with former detainees, lawyers and other experts.

Penrod's Double Trouble (1938)

Penrod's Double Trouble is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Lewis Seiler and written by Crane Wilbur. The film stars Billy Mauch, Bobby Mauch, Dick Purcell, Gene Lockhart, Kathleen Lockhart and Hugh O'Connell. The film was released by Warner Bros. on July 23, 1938.

Popi (1969)

Popi is a 1969 American comedy-drama film directed by Arthur Hiller. The screenplay by Tina Pine and Lester Pine focuses on a Puerto Rican widower struggling to raise his two young sons in the New York City neighborhood known as Spanish Harlem, and stars Alan Arkin and Rita Moreno.

The Princess Castle (1996)

Princess Castle is a movie about the Middle Ages and how the lives of people were during that time. In the movie, a terrible army makes its way across Europe destroying everything in its path. The evil army takes down towns and castles, killing and pillaging anything in their path including animals. One final castle stands between the evil army and destroying everything in Europe. An entire army goes in to the castle to makes its final stand against the evil army. Throughout the movie, the plight of the people living during this time is shown, as is many land battles.

Project Nim (2011)

Project Nim is a 2011 British documentary film. It focuses on Project Nim, a research project that was mounted in the 1970s to determine whether a primate raised in close contact with humans could develop a limited "language" based on American Sign Language. The project was centred on a chimpanzee named Nim Chimpsky.

Psych:9 (2010)

A young woman (Sara Foster) with a troubled past takes a job at recently closed-down hospital. Working the night shift alone she begins to experience a series of unsettling events that lead her to believe that the hospital may be connected to a number of recent murders in the area. To uncover the truth, she will have to revisit the past behind the walls of PSYCH:9.