Granddaddy Tha Movie (2015)

In the early 20th century, a street justice hero rises.

Hell On Wheels (1967)

A mechanic (John Ashley) turns moonshiner to top his country singing, stock-car driving brother (Marty Robbins).

Henry Miller: Reflections on Writing (1974)

Miller discusses his views on writing with the likes of Anais Nin, Lawrence Durrell and Lawrence Clarke Powell. An expansion of The Henry Miller Odyssey on the subject of writing.

The Hollies: Look Through Any Window 1963-1975 (2011)

The Hollies were one of the most successful British groups of the sixties and early seventies and have continued to perform up to the present day

The Hunting of the Snark (2015)

Strange individuals embark on a quest to capture a beast known as the Snark.

The Killers: Live From The Royal Albert Hall (2009)

In July, 2009, the Killers set out to create a gift for their fans...a spectacular concert experience, at a uniquely majestic venue, featuring their greatest songs - filmed with pristine production values, for the bands first ever official live concert release

The Kirlian Witness (1979)

Laurie believes that it's possible to communicate with plants via telepathy and devotes all her time and love to them. Her plants do warn her of her sister Rilla's new boyfriend Robert. When Laurie's found dead on the street under her balcony one morning, Rilla doubts that it was an accident. Only a plant was witness that night, so she tries to find a way to learn the truth from it.

The Living Sea (1995)

Filmmaker Greg MacGillivray examines the world's oceans and their importance to life on Earth.

The Man Who Captured Eichmann (1996)

Once a high-ranking Nazi officer, Adolf Eichmann (Robert Duvall) now lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina, under an assumed name, having moved on from past atrocities and raising a family. But when a survivor recognizes Eichmann, an Israeli intelligence team is put together and dispatched to South America. Eventually, Eichmann is caught by secret agent Peter Malkin (Arliss Howard), who interrogates the man in an attempt to grasp how he was capable of committing such crimes against humanity.

The Man Who Lost His Head (2007)

Ian Bennet is a curator at the British Imperial Museum. The drama follows his journey from the dusty back rooms of the museum to the seductive and wild scenery of the west coast of New Zealand, as he gets out of his depth in the wrangling over the return of an ancient Maori carving.

The Masonic Map (2008)

The lives of college students changes when they recover one of the most controversial relics of all time, a Masonic map brought to America by the Freemasons in 1502 that hundred of people have died for.

The Path: Afterlife (2009)

Life is a journey; we are born, our lives are lived, then we die. No one can live forever – or can they? The Path: Afterlife asks two basic fundamental questions: What happens when we die? What is the purpose of life? The filmmakers interviewed 12 individuals in the United States who are well-versed, knowledgeable and currently practicing, studying or are experts in the field of holistic studies, out-of-body experiences, Reiki, past-life regression, physics and integrative medicine. The participants look at different theories as to what happens to people when they die, sharing their own personal encounters with death and near-death experiences and describing how these experiences shaped their lives and inspired them to dedicate their work to the study of consciousness.

The Possession of David O'Reilly (2010)

David (Giles Anderson) has just found out his beloved is cheating on him and to make matters worse, demonic creatures are stalking him in his house.

The Red Room (2008)

In the middle of an uncharacteristically chilly Los Angeles night, 2 men meet for the first time on a rooftop, somewhere downtown. One of the men, Hadley Prince, is calm and in control.

The Rhythm of My Soul: Kentucky Roots Music (2006)

The Rhythm of My Soul is a performance documentary that tells the story of country, gospel, mountain and bluegrass - Kentucky roots music.

The Sad and Lonely Glow (2013)

A lonely video editor decides to try online dating while is girlfriend is away.

The Seekers Guide to Harry Potter (2010)

An exploration into the underlying themes of J.K. Rowling's novels.

The Toy Shop (1928)

Locked in a deserted old English toy shop, Katherine and her stuffy cousin Matthew meet some very special friends, toys who are alive!

White Horse (2018)

The Four Horsemen of the apocalypse have challenged the imagination of every generation since the end of the 1st Century. Moving relentlessly across history, they wield great destructive power over humanity, but are these ominous riders relevant in the 21st Century? The White Horse.

Thirst (2016)

Teens at a wilderness boot camp discover a strange orb in the desert. What follows is a fight for their very lives as they're hunted by a ruthless, blood-sucking alien.

This Is Gonna Be Awesome (2015)

Caleb Mackenzie, a 14-year-old aspiring filmmaker, works hard to overcome obstacles and make his dreams come true.

The Division: Agent Origins (2016)

Agents of the Division are trained to operate independently when the system fails. When a pandemic devastates America, the Division is activated as the last line of defense.

The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism (1967)

Rest your bones in the Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism (1967) as horror great Christopher Lee gleefully torments his enemies. It's non-stop nightmares as these ghouls come out to play for a long, jittery night!

Kenner (1968)

A U.S. seaman (Jim Brown) befriends an Indian boy (Ricky Cordell) and his mother (Madlyn Rhue) while hunting a killer in Bombay.

Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey (2010)

A band of teenagers stages attacks across a city.

Kinderblock 66: Return to Buchenwald (2012)

Four men who survived the Nazis' Buchenwald concentration camp as children return to the compound for the 65 anniversary of their liberation.

Knife Edge (2009)

A former stockbroker (Natalie Press) sees disturbing visions after moving into a country estate with her family.

Knuckle Jack (2013)

A foul-mouthed drunk has to take care of his young niece for a summer.

Lamb of God: The Making of As the Palaces Burn Album (2005)

Thrash-metal band Lamb of God's Killadelphia features a set recorded at The Trocadero in 2005 in support of Ashes Of The Wake, along with great candid footage of the group at work and at play, for an exciting all-access portrait.

Larry the Cable Guy's Hula-Palooza Christmas Luau (2009)

Never one to settle for just another Larry Christmas, Larry The Cable Guy makes a mad dash to the Islands to escape his eccentric family and get some peace of mind. But things are never what they seem as Larry lands on the enchanted island of Hula Poola and the holiday hilarity ensues. Packed with plenty of skits, music, and all-around good cheer, Larry The Cable Guy's Hula-Palooza Christmas Luau is feel-good fun for the entire family and a great way to add some Git-R-Done to the Christmas season!

Madam Satan (1930)

A socialite (Kay Johnson) seduces her husband (Reginald Denny) during a costume party aboard a doomed dirigible.

Marie And Bruce (2004)

While attending a friend's party, a restless woman (Julianne Moore) plans to tell her husband (Matthew Broderick) that she is leaving him.

Mindwarp (1992)

Revolting mutants hunt human outcasts and underground fighters (Bruce Campbell, Marta Alicia) in a future world of mind control.

Mister 880 (1950)

A Secret Service agent charged with investigating small-time counterfeiter Mister 880, Steve Buchanan (Burt Lancaster), arrives in New York with his partner, Mac (Millard Mitchell). Befriending several locals, including the pretty Ann Winslow (Dorothy McGuire) and jolly old "Skipper" Miller (Edmund Gwenn), Buchanan begins investigating the trail of counterfeit money. When the trail leads back to those he's come to know in New York, Buchanan must balance his duty with his new relationships.

Mr. Saturday Night (1992)

Given his success in the early days of television, you'd think that Buddy Young Jr. (Billy Crystal) would be coasting happily into retirement alongside his wife, Elaine (Julie Warner). Instead, Buddy is an acerbic blowhard who alienates his brother, Stan (David Paymer), and everyone else who fails to bow to his bullying. His agent, Annie Wells (Helen Hunt), has positioned elderly Buddy for a big movie role, but his irreverence might come back to bite him one last time.

Mrs. Parkington (1944)

Now in her 80s, Susie Parkington (Greer Garson) recalls her marriage six decades earlier, which was followed by the revelation that her husband, Augustus (Walter Pidgeon), was still romantically entangled with French Baroness Aspasia Conti (Agnes Moorehead). She also looks back on the untimely passing of her mother and one of her children, two of the defining events of her life. And with her adult son needing a cash infusion to save his skin, she ponders the fate of her fortune.

Circle Jerks - My Career as a Jerk (2012)

Filmmaker David Markey follows the band from its early days through the tours in the '80s that led to addictions, fights and the breakup.

Cold Storage (2013)

The setting is the rooftop terrace of a cancer hospital in 1976, where two men converse their way from pedantic banter to verbal jousting to painful soul baring over the course of the play.

Collision (2009)

In May 2007, leading atheist Christopher Hitchens and Christian apologist Douglas Wilson began to argue the topic "Is Christianity Good for the World?" in a series of written exchanges published in Christianity Today. The rowdy literary bout piqued the interest of filmmaker Darren Doane, who sought out Hitchens and Wilson to pitch the idea of making a film around the debate. In Fall 2008, Doane and crew accompanied Hitchens and Wilson on an east coast tour to promote the book compiled from their written debate titled creatively enough, Is Christianity Good for the World?. "I loved the idea of putting one of the beltway's most respected public intellectuals together with an ultra-conservative pastor from Idaho that looks like a lumberjack", says Doane. "You couldn't write two characters more contrary. What's more real and punk rock than a fight between two guys who are on complete opposite sides of the fence on the most divisive issue in the world? We were ready to make a movie about two intellectual warriors at the top of their game going one-on-one. I knew it would make an amazing film." In Christopher Hitchens, Doane found a celebrated prophet of atheism. Loud. Funny. Angry. Smart. Quick. An intimidating intellectual Goliath. Well-known for bullying and mocking believers into doubt and doubters into outright unbelief. In Douglas Wilson, Doane found the man who could provide a perfect intellectual, philosophical, and cinematic counterpoint to Hitchens' position and style. A trained philosopher and and deft debater. Big, bearded, and jolly. A pastor, a contrarian, a humorist--an unintimidated outsider, impossible to bully, capable of calling Hitchens a puritan (over a beer). It was a collision of lives. What Doane didn't expect was how much Hitchens and Wilson would have in common and the respectful bond the new friend/foes would build through the course of the book tour. "These guys ended up at the bar la

Confetti of the Mind: The Short Films of Nacho Vigolondo (2014)

Drafthouse Films is pleased to present "Confetti of the Mind", the definitive compilation of Nacho Vigalondo's (Timecrimes, Open Windows) most brilliant shorts collected for the first time and personally curated by Nacho. Featuring such favorites as Choque, Sunday, and 2003's Academy Award nominated short film, "7:35 in the Morning" as well as a fresh introductions and thoughts by the man himself.

Crazy Mama (1975)

An evicted mother (Ann Sothern) and daughter (Cloris Leachman) lead a cross-country 1950s crime spree.

Creature Of The Walking Dead (1965)

Brought back to life by his grandson, a diabolical scientist with an unquenchable thirst for blood goes on a rampage.

Criminal Investigator (1942)

A gang of crooks determined to acquire a safe-deposit box containing a fortune must deal with an ambitious reporter.

Crumbs (2015)

A hero embarks on a journey across the Ethiopian apocalyptic landscape to find a way to board a hovering spacecraft.

Dante (2014)

Dante's Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. The Divine Comedy finally in film. Dante, desperate after Beatrice's death, has lost control. It's only through a journey in the afterworld that he'll be able to understand his mistakes and redeem himself. The underworld is awaiting him full of challenges and a wise soul's guidance isn't enough when, to be faced, there's especially his own self.

Dark Fantasies (2010)

Broke College students take part in a paid sleep-induced study where their dark sexual fantasies are realized. But when the professor joined the scenarios, it turns into nightmare.

Darkness Falls (2003)

As a young boy, Kyle (Chaney Kley) claimed to have seen the tooth fairy. He also claimed she tried to kill him. Now over twelve years later, Kyle has left the town that never believed him. He has also left behind the two people who thought he was telling the truth, his childhood girlfriend Caitlin (Emma Caulfield) and her younger brother. And when evil again emerges in Darkness Falls, Kyle must return to do battle with the winged creature of doom he saw that night so many years ago. Because evil is back with a vengeance. And it's not leaving without Caitlin's brother.

Dark Prophecy (2010)

The movie component to Anthony E. Zuiker's best-selling Digi-Novel Dark Prophecy.

Dave Chappelle: For What it's Worth (2004)

Dave Chappelle, one of comedy's hottest stars, takes his trademark humor before a live audience with an uncensored, no-holds-barred comedy special Dave Chappelle: For What It's Worth. Chappelle says what people could say - but won't and don't dare to.

Dave Chappelle: Killin' Them Softly (2000)

Originally aired on HBO in 2000, "Killin' Them Softly" is without a doubt one of the funniest standup specials available. You'll never laugh more than you will here. Dave spares no victim as he addresses issues about the Police, Racism, Sesame Street, Kids, and the Government.

Dawn of the Ocean (2014)

The oceans have shaped all life on earth. By combining natural history, history and science, and through a judicious use of CGI, this film sketches a never-before-seen picture of the oceans and how life has evolved under the sea.

Dead of Winter (2014)

Aspiring actress, Kate McGovern, played here by the multi-talented, Oscar-winning actress, Mary Steenburgen, believes her professional star is finally on the upswing when she is picked to replace another actress for a role. Little does she realize how much her particular look has to do with her selection by one Mr. Murray, AKA the producer. Cut to a creepy middle of nowhere parlor (shades of both Ellery Queen and Agatha Christie in the decor and setting) where Mr. Murray, herein played by Roddy McDowell, morphs into an equally creepy butler cum house-boy, offset only by the wheelchair-bound charms of one Doctor Lewis, picture-perfect to the Freudian follicles, also played by Jan Rubes. Nothing is what it seems. But one thing becomes crystal clear, as mid-winter winds howl and help proves inaccessible. Ms. McGovern will definitely have to play the role of her life if she wishes to save her own.

The Coffin in the Mountain (2014)

An alcoholic man refocuses himself on putting kids through college via 4H and FFA scholarship donations. Guiding him is a spiritual figure he calls "The Bearded Man".

Del Shores: Sordid Confessions (2012)

There is no subject off-limits in DEL SHORES: SORDID CONFESSIONS. Writer, director, producer, activist and comic Del Shores has no censor - on or offstage.

Demonic Toys 2: Personal Demons (2009)

Terror strikes when an ancient puppet resurrects deadly toys.

Deserter (2002)

Simon (Paul Fox) fights for the French Foreign Legion, but Pascal (Tom Hardy) fights only for himself. The war-torn men question the honor, hope and morality of the people around them and in themselves.

Diana Krall - Live in Rio (2009)

Diana Krall has had a long time fascination with bossa nova, a type of music which perfectly suits her sophisticated yet sensual style

Dinosaur Island (2014)

Disaster strikes during a 13-year-old boy's holiday, stranding him on a strange island populated by dinosaurs, littered with ghost ships and a occupied by a beautiful young girl who claims to have come from the 1950s.

DMT: The Spirit Molecule (2010)

Dr. Rick Strassman conducts groundbreaking research on the hallucinogen DMT.

Don't Let the Riverbeast Get You! (2012)

A vicious monster rises from its watery lair and terrorizes a peaceful New England town. Neil sets out to prove the beast exists and exterminate it before it can kill more people.

Do You See Me? (2014)

Language: English. Subtitles: Italian.

The Crazies (1973)

A nurse (Lane Carroll) and her husband (W.G. McMillan) try to get out of their infected town, but the Army has it sealed off.

The Caller (1987)

A widow (Madolyn Smith) living in an isolated cabin lets a mysterious stranger (Malcolm McDowell) use her phone.

War of the Planets (1977)

Space probers (John Richardson, Yanti Somer, West Buchanan) seek to destroy a sinister usurper of human minds on Earth.

Psycho-Circus (1966)

In the wake of a daring armored car heist that ends with the murder of a security guard, police detective Jim Elliott (Leo Genn) follows a trail of clues to the traveling Barberini Circus, which has just passed through London. Though Elliot suspects a conspiracy under the big top, he discovers strained relations between lion tamer Gregor (Christopher Lee) and his associates. Elliot struggles to find his man -- and recover the stolen cash -- in a maze of blackmail and deceit.

MicroPlanet 3D (2012)

MicroPlanet is a documentary film that depicts the smaller things in our world. Using a specialized filming technique, viewers are able to see up close and personal the lives of insects and other small creatures, and how they must fight for their place in the hierarchy.

Machine Gun Mccain (1969)

California mobster Charlie Adamo (Peter Falk) pulls strings to get his old lieutenant, Hank McCain (John Cassavetes), out of the prison where he's spent 12 years for armed robbery. McCain's son, Jack (Pierluigi Apra), who took his place in Adamo's organization, sets up a heist at a Las Vegas casino that Adamo tries to stop when he learns a rival mob boss runs the joint. Pulling the casino job with the help of his newfound love, Irene (Britt Ekland), Jack has to outrun his Mafia pursuers.

Mammoth (2006)

A museum curator helps authorities battle a woolly mammoth terrorizing a small Louisiana town.

Guru, the Mad Monk (1970)

A prison colony chaplain exploits his position to gain power through murder and grave robbing.

Gangs Of The Dead (2007)

Gangs of the Dead is an action horror film that was released in 2006. The film starts with a sudden meteor strike causing a group of homeless persons becoming zombies. This results in the zombies attacking two rival gangs in a remote warehouse location right as they are being taken down by a police raid. The cops and gang members have to suddenly deal with the strange assault of zombies while still fighting each other. Gangs of the Dead was directed by Duane Stinnett, and was written by Duane Stinnett, Krissann Shipley, and David Todd Ocvirk. The film was released under the title Last Rites.

The Good Mother (1988)

A Boston woman's (Diane Keaton) ex-husband sues for custody of their daughter after an incident over her live-in lover (Liam Neeson).

Girl in Gold Boots (1968)

A draft dodger (Jody Daniels) works as a janitor in Hollywood while his girlfriend (Leslie McCrae) goes into go-go dancing.

Greetings (1968)

A draft dodger (Jonathan Warden), a filmmaker (Robert De Niro) and a Kennedy-assassination theorist (Gerrit Graham) do their things in New York.

Puss in Boots (1922)

A magic cat transforms itself into a man of the world to aid its impoverished owner.

Follow Me! (1972)

An Englishman (Michael Jayston) hires a Greek private eye (Topol) to follow his American wife (Mia Farrow) around London.

Redemption: A Mile from Hell (2009)

Frank Harden (Dustin Leighton) has to find redemption before it is too late.

Rog (2005)

A troubled police officer falls in love with a murdered woman.

Sinners And Saints (2010)

Sinners and Saints is an action-thriller film that was directed and co-written by William Kaufman. The film stars Johnny Strong as Detective Sean Riley, Kim Coates as his partner Detective Dave Besson, Tom Berenger as Captain Trahan, Method Man as Weddo and Sean Patrick Flannery as Colin. The setting for the film is New Orleans. Detective Riley has been through emotional turmoil. He is dealing with the death of his son and partner as well as dealing with the fact that his wife has left him, not to mention he may possibly be suspended from the force. Detective Riley joins forces with homicide Detective William Ganz played by Kevin Phillips to solve a city’s host of unsolved murders. There’s a gang war that has ensued in the city in response to one of the murder cases. One of Riley’s childhood friends Colin stumbles upon evidence of one of the killings.

Sherlock Holmes (2010)

As they're looking into the downing of a treasure ship -- supposedly by a massive squid -- Sherlock Holmes (Ben Syder) and Dr. Watson (Gareth David-Lloyd) get word that a dinosaur is running amok in London. This take on the classic detective pits Holmes against a reckless mastermind who uses extinct predators for devious means. Taken aback by the news that his long absent brother (Dominic Keating) has materialized, Holmes remains resolved to crack this case of science gone mad.

Strapped (1993)

Teen Diquan Mitchell (Bokeem Woodbine) is a former criminal who's trying to go straight and stay off the streets of Brooklyn. When his girlfriend, Latisha (Kia Joy Goodwin), gets busted for selling drugs to benefit their soon-to-be-born son, Diquan is desperate to get the future mother of his child out of trouble. He manages to make a deal with undercover officer Matthew McRae (Michael Biehn), and must risk his life as an informant in order to save Latisha from a lengthy imprisonment.

Forest of Death (2007)

A detective (Shu Qi) investigates a violent crime that occurred in a reportedly haunted forest.

24 Hours On Craigslist (2006)

Filmmaker Michael Ferris Gibson explores the wide -- and often quirky -- range of products, services and groups advertised on the San Francisco area's Craigslist.

The Desert Trail (1935)

John Scott (John Wayne) is a rodeo rider, assisted by his buddy Kansas Charlie (Eddy Chandler). But while the duo is settling a debt with their promoter, Farnsworth (Henry Hall), thieves Pete (Al Ferguson) and Jim (Paul Fix) murder and rob Farnsworth and manage to pin the crimes on John and Charlie. The accused then flee, assume two new identities, take up with a shopkeeper named Anne (Mary Kornman) and set out to clear their names and bring the real killers to justice.

The Blood Drinkers (1964)

In order to save his girlfriend, a vampire tries to acquire the heart of her twin sister.

High on Crack Street: Lost Lives in Lowell (1995)

In blue-collar Lowell, Massachusetts, where disappearing industry has produced high unemployment, some residents have turned to crack for relief - only to see their dreams of a better life go up in smoke.

Heroes of Shaolin (1977)

A warrior searches for the man who wronged his family.

The Long Voyage Home (1940)

In the early day of World War II, the crew of English cargo ship the SS Glencairn -- including Swede Olsen (John Wayne), Englishman Smitty (Ian Hunter), American Yank (Ward Bond), and Irishmen Driscoll (Thomas Mitchell) and Cocky (Barry Fitzgerald) -- is sailing from the West Indies to Baltimore. Upon their arrival, their new cargo -- a load of dynamite -- puts the men ill at ease, as does the chance that there may be a Nazi spy on board and the general loneliness of seafaring.

Desert Victory (1943)

British cameramen brave the front lines to document the Eighth Army's defeat of Rommel's forces in Africa.

The Kid's Last Fight (1933)

Shirley Temple's first films were part of the "Baby Burlesque" theater in which young toddlers acted the parts of adults. In this episode, we see Diaper Dampsey, the diaper-weight champion, on a mission to defend his title.

Elvis Through the Years (2007)

This highly entertaining documentary offers a behind-the-scenes look at the life of Elvis Presley, including rare film footage, press conferences, interviews, outtakes and more!

War Babies (1932)

A group of soldiers watch a dancer in a café. But soon things turn nasty when two soldiers start vying for her attention.

Ancient Alien Question: From UFOs to Extraterrestrial Visitations (2012)

Join Philip Coppens, star of the History Channel's "Ancient Aliens" series, as he provides proof that UFO's helmed by Extraterrestrials from other worlds came to Earth millennia ago.

Van Halen: The Van Halen Story (2003)

The Van Halen Story: The Early Years chronicles the rise of four young musicians from their formative years to their transformation into a worldwide phenomenon.

42nd Street Forever, Volume 5: Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (2009)

Fish and Chips, the animated series tells the stories of two antagonistic characters, young impressionable “Fish” and his mischievous, lifelong enemy “chips” as they tear across both land and sea in these exciting adventures.

Found Footage Festival Volume 6: Live in Chicago (2012)

Fish and Chips, the animated series tells the stories of two antagonistic characters, young impressionable “Fish” and his mischievous, lifelong enemy “chips” as they tear across both land and sea in these exciting adventures.

Gary Gulman: In This Economy? (2012)

Blockbuster is dead, and Gary Gulman couldn't be happier. The Last Comic Standing alum delivers a hilarious tirade about these absurd economic times that inspire "buffet mentality" in all of us.

The Muppets All-Star Comedy Gala (2012)

Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, and the rest of your favorite Muppets host a night of star-studded comedy you won't soon forget. Featuring humans Jim Breuer, Adam Hills, and more.

Bet Raise Fold: The Story of Online Poker (2013)

Filmmakers follow a new generation of Internet poker professionals during the meteoric rise and sudden crash of the multibillion dollar online poker industry during the 2000s.

Tom Papa: Live in New York City (2011)

With a shiny happy exterior, an offbeat, demented interior, Tom Papa’s “Live In New York City” attacks our hilarious attempts at happiness as life piles up around us. His take on fatherhood in the 21st century is sure to delight.

The Grand Heist (2012)

Eleven people have to make all the royal ice blocks disappear for a night to stop corrupt officials from price fixing.