Bruce Lee Fights Back from the Grave (1976)
The image of a kung-fu fighter (Bruce K. Lea) meets a black angel of death.
All This and World War II (1976)
Peter Gabriel is among the stars performing music of Lennon and McCartney against a montage of World War II film clips.
A World Health Organization doctor (Michael Caine) searches the Mideast for his wife (Beverly Johnson) and the slave trader (Peter Ustinov) who took her.
Adventures of a Taxi Driver (1976)
Jewel thieves commandeer a British cab and its driver (Barry Evans), who has an eye for women.
The Appointment (1969)
A brilliant attorney steals his law partner's fiancee, but the couple's love affair eventually leads to ruin.
Ace High (1968)
Bounty hunters (Terence Hill, Brock Peters) chase an outlaw (Eli Wallach) who beat them to a reward offered for a bank robber.
The Astro-Zombies (1968)
Foreign interests and a federal agent (Wendell Corey) seek a mad doctor (John Carradine) who makes mutilator zombies in his basement.
An inside look at the winners and losers -- both on and off the track -- in the fast and dangerous sport of drag racing.
Blind Witness (1989)
A blind woman (Victoria Principal) sets out to catch her husband's (Stephen Macht) killers after the police arrest the wrong men.
The Blue Bird (1940)
A naughty little girl (Shirley Temple) dreams she and her brother are sent by a fairy to find the bluebird of happiness.
Bhavnao Ko Samjho (2010)
A man is disowned by his father before his death and bribes a marriage agent to find a groom to marry his cousin to recover his father's inheritance.
Bloodfist 2050 (2005)
Los Angeles, 2050. The entire city has descended into anarchy, with criminal gangs battling one another for control. When Alex Danko, a skilled street fighter, learns his brother has been murdered, he sets out on a path to revenge. It is a path that leads him to a place where only the most brutal and ruthless fighters survive. A place simply called, "The Pit."
Beneath Still Waters (2005)
After decades of silence, malevolent spirits resurface to terrorize townspeople.
Battle Royale II: Requiem (2003)
Teenagers are shackled together in pairs and sent on a violent mission to kill a terrorist leader (Tatsuya Fujiwara) and his followers.
This unconventional British film, based on the renowned novella by Herman Melville, follows the employment of the eccentric title character (John McEnery). Working in an accounting office, Bartleby is withdrawn and calm, but, one day, when his boss (Paul Scofield) asks him to complete a task, he flatly refuses to do it. Soon the disconnected Bartleby becomes increasingly noncompliant, perplexing his unusually patient employer and leading to increasingly odd circumstances.
An expert on serial killers comes out of retirement to find the masked murderer of several star athletes.
Brilliant Lies (1996)
After being fired, Susy Connor (Gia Carides) files a complaint alleging that her boss, Gary Fitzgerald (Anthony LaPaglia), groped her after hours at the office. When they're brought in to mediate, conciliator Marion Lee (Catherine Wilkin) discovers that both sides' stories are inconsistent. Susy's sister, Katie (Zoe Carides), testifies on her behalf that their father (Ray Barrett) molested them both. Meanwhile, Gary's friend, Vince (Neil Melville), suspects Gary's denials are untrue.
Los Angeles radio station QSKY tops the ratings charts by playing the best music with little advertising. When the corporate higher-ups push for more commercials, radio station manager Jeff Dugan (Michael Brandon) refuses to comply, which sends sales manager Regis Lamar (Tom Tarpey) running to the bosses. Dugan quits in defiance, but his loyal disc jockeys -- including Mother (Eileen Brennan), Eric Swan (Martin Mull) and the Prince of Darkness (Cleavon Little) -- protest with a lock-in.
Fists of Legend (2013)
Three old friends and rivals are invited to take part in a hit TV show in which past-their-prime fighters do battle for redemption and ratings gold.
Fast Forward (1985)
Dreaming of making it big, a group of high-school students from Ohio treks to New York City to become dancers. They include Matt (John Scott Clough), Michael (Don Franklin) and June (Tamara Mark), and they arrive in the big city unaware of the upcoming challenges. First, they find out that their dance routines are terribly dated. Then, they meet numerous locals who don't like out-of-towners trying to impinge on their turf. The kids prepare for a dance competition that will settle it all.
Friday The 13Th, Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)
Mass murderer Jason Voorhees (Kane Hodder) is resurrected from the bottom of Crystal Lake. After he kills a passing boat's occupants, he stows away on a cruise ship filled with a high-school graduating class bound for New York City. Biology teacher Charles McCulloch (Peter Mark Richman) is on board with his niece, Rennie (Jensen Daggett), who has visions of Jason drowning as a child. They escape his bloody shipboard rampage, but, when Rennie and Charles reach Manhattan, Jason is close by.
Johnny Kovak (Sylvester Stallone) works in a warehouse and grows tired of the unfair policies in place, leading him to start a riot. Though Kovak is fired, his spirit wins him the admiration of others, and he becomes a new recruit for a labor union known as the Federation of Interstate Truckers. As the union becomes more powerful, Kovak's influence grows and eventually his ambitions result in a partnership with the mob. However, as Kovak deepens his criminal ties, his life grows more dangerous.
French Connection II (1975)
This sequel to William Friedkin's 1971 crime drama finds Detective "Popeye" Doyle (Gene Hackman) still hot on the trail of slippery drug trafficker Charnier (Fernando Rey), but this time in Marseilles, France. Uprooted from his familiar New York City beat, Doyle struggles to assert himself in a strange city and break the drug ring wide open. When Charnier's goons force him into a heroin addiction, the tough cop must summon every ounce of his courage to kick the habit cold turkey.
Francis Of Assisi (1961)
In 13th century Italy, Francis Bernardone (Bradford Dillman) is born to a father with business connections but renounces his claim on his family's wealth after hearing the voice of God. Although he encounters some resistance from those who doubt his motives, his selfless deeds make him one of the Catholic Church's most revered figures, and he is eventually canonized. Along the way, his example inspires pious acolyte Clare (Dolores Hart) to enter a nunnery.
Fire From Below (2009)
An arrogant mining mogul unleashes a natural disaster when he orders his team of drillers to bore into a remote cave. They strike a giant vein of lithium, which will explode if it gets wet. Not realizing the danger they are in, they continue working. Tragedy strikes, and flames spew in every direction, putting the nearby town in danger. It's up to intrepid seismologist Jake Denning (Kevin Sorbo) to stop the catastrophe before everyone gets turned into barbeque.
Famous in 31 Days (2010)
John Gerard quits his job and travels across the country to become nationally recognized.
During a routine prison work detail, convict Piper (Laurence Fishburne) is chained to Dodge (Stephen Baldwin), a cyberhacker, when gunfire breaks out. Apparently, the attack is related to stolen money that the Mafia is after, and some computer files that somebody wants desperately to bury. The pair, who don't exactly enjoy each other's company, escape and must work together if they are to reach Atlanta alive. Luckily, they meet a woman (Salma Hayek) who may be willing to help them.
Fools of Fortune (1990)
The Sinn Fein rebellion destroys a family and divides two young lovers (Iain Glen, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) in Ireland after World War I.
Freddie The Frog (1992)
A frog prince becomes a French secret agent and saves England.
American Kickboxer (1991)
An ex-champion (John Barrett), banned from kickboxing, must fight for a chance to dethrone his brutal rival (Brad Morris).
Touch and Go (1955)
A British furniture designer (Jack Hawkins) quits his job, hoping to move his wife (Margaret Johnston) and daughter to Australia.
Shane Mauss: Mating Season (2013)
Shane Mauss, an honorary evolutionary psychologist, brings countless years of watching Animal Planet to aid in discussions of Snoop Dogg, crouton factories, and other important things.
Making Off (2012)
Cédric Dupuis, a fledgling independent filmmaker, has set out to make the most terrifying horror film of all time. But shooting without any budget to speak of and a cast of his friends, Cédric soon realizes the frustration of indie film-making. The only way for Cédric to get the realism he wants is to actually murder his cast on camera. This is his documentary of the events that unfolded during the making of his opus. One of the most disturbing films of recent years with a sickening dose jet-black humor.
Fear No Fruit (2015)
The life and career of Frieda Caplan, the first woman to start her own company on Los Angeles' wholesale produce market in the early 1960s.
The Baby (1973)
A social worker (Anjanette Comer) tries to save a teen from his mother (Ruth Roman), who keeps him in diapers and a crib.
10,000 Km (2014)
10,000 km follows the relationship between Alexandra and Sergi in Barcelona, Spain. They struggle to find a balance between their plans of having a baby and Alex's photography career. When Alex accepts a one-year residency in Los Angeles, their distance apart tests the bounds of their relationship. They attempt to use modern technology to keep their relationship strong, but the physical distance proves more challenging than they could have imagined.
In A Dark Place (2006)
A young nanny (Leelee Sobieski) tries to protect two children from malevolent ghosts on a remote country estate.
Myq Kaplan: Small, Dork and Handsome (2014)
Wise guy Myq Kaplan is Small Dork and Handsome. The might of Myq's manic comedy machine is sure to stupefy and amuse in this hour long tour de force.
A revenge killing has a ripple effect in a multi-ethnic neighborhood in Tel Aviv.
The Crimes Of Stephen Hawke (1936)
An 1800s London moneylender (Tod Slaughter) leads another life as the murderous Spine Breaker.
Poetry In Motion (1982)
Filmmaker Ron Mann shows Charles Bukowski, Allen Ginsberg, Ntozake Shange, Jim Carroll, John Cage and 19 other poets.
Giant from the Unknown (1958)
A large and brutal conquistador emerges in the California hills after 500 years in suspended animation.
The Saturday Night Ride (2010)
When an ex-pro snowboarder is released from prison for a crime he didn't commit, he returns to a world where snowboarding has become something far beyond his wildest dreams. A crazy fusion between pro wrestling and snowboarding has taken over. His old foe Shamrock McCarthy is now ranked #1 in the snowboarding world. Each Saturday Night the best rider/wrestlers convene in the mountains to battle it out in a gigantic wrestling ring made out of snow. The riders have all become obsessed with a quest to gain the championship belt of the WWWSF (the World Wide Wrestling Snowboard Federation). Big jumps, huge cliffs, backcountry lines, and technical rails are the training grounds. Watch as the riders take each other on, in an all out battle to destroy one another in the ring. Will Raveshing Nick Crude reclaim his former glory while he seeks revenge for his unjust time behind bars? Who will rise to the top of this outlandish group of snowboarders and claim the championship belt?
Merrily We Roll Along: The Early Days of the Automobile (1961)
"Merrily We Roll Along: The Early Days of the Automobile" is an American documentary that is narrated by Groucho Marx. In it, he describes the development of the automobile and the modern road from 1900 to 1939. He describes how the "horseless carriage" replaced both streetcars and horses in American transportation. The documentary also includes old photographs, videos and historical reenactments.
Passenger to London (1937)
(1937) John Warwick, Jenny Laird, Paul Neville, Ivan Wilmot. This is a great B British crime film. A British agent, carrying important papers, is knifed to death on a passenger train. Before his murder, he plants to papers in the trunk of a female passenger. Who will reach her first, the police or the killers? A taut, well-staged climax helps make this forgotten crime film a must-see. From 16mm.
The Good Life (2008)
A social worker (Aline Küppenheim) who counsels prostitutes has a pregnant teenage daughter in one of a collection of stories set in Santiago, Chile.
The Circuit (2008)
A rising stock-car racer (Michelle Trachtenberg) competes against her estranged father and her new beau (Drew Fuller).
Lots and Lots of Trucks: Hard Workin' Trucks (2008)
Hey good buddies, no matter what your age, if you love trucks we guarantee you'll love this jam-packed action sing-a-long new DVD, Lots & Lots of Trucks : Hard Workin' Trucks! Its filled with lots and lots of construction trucks and ground-pounding, dirt-flying, close-up action! Plus, youll see trucks of every shape and size; there are so many trucks in this program youll hardly be able to count them all!
You'll thrill to the crunching power of massive steam shovels, watch in awe as mighty logging machines saw through massive trees in seconds and witness real fire-fighting rigs in action!
Plus, there's tow trucks, toy trucks, and plenty of trucks and tractors from down on the farm! See everything from big-rigs on the road and garbage hauling trucks to giant dumpers and mini-dozers - youll find them all in this fantastic collection!
Special Bonus Section features a look at some good lookin trucks from the past!
Spectacular camera footage combined with award-winning sing along song music by James Coffey and lots of real-life sounds make the thrilling action of these mighty machines a favorite among young and old alike!
A stranger on a bus changes a woman's negative view of the world.
Let Us Live (1939)
When a confused eyewitness identifies New York City cabbie Brick Tennant (Henry Fonda) as a killer, he is sentenced to death for a murder that he wasn't involved in. Though no one is willing to listen to the innocent prisoner's pleas for freedom, Brick's faithful fiance, Mary (Maureen O'Sullivan), knows that her lover is innocent -- because she was with him when the crime was committed. As the scheduled execution draws ever nearer, Mary begins to investigate the murder herself.
An Illinois coal miner (Chester Morris) marries a petty chorus-girl (Nancy Kelly) who pushes him to make more money.
Carolina Blues (1944)
Kay Kyser (Kay Kyser) and his band return home to North Carolina after a long USO tour. Instead of taking a rest, the band plays at a nearby shipyard. There, Kay meets Julie Carver (Ann Miller), a fantastic singer whom Kay mistakes for the shipyard owner's daughter. Kay's regular singer, Georgia Carroll (Georgia Carroll), wants Julie to substitute for her so she can leave the band and get married. Kay agrees only after Julie is able to lure a wealthy relative to their show.
American Autumn: An Occudoc (2012)
American Autumn: An Occudoc is an American documentary about the Occupy movement. It covers the movement from its beginnings in the fall of 2011 to January 2012. The film includes interviews with people like Naomi Klein, Dr. Margaret Flowers, and Kevin Zeese.
History of Christian Worship: Part 2, The Body (2010)
Part 2, The Body explores baptism and explains the history behind the various methods and traditions associated with the practice in Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox churches.
Wiebo's War (2012)
Wiebo Ludwig, a member of a small and isolated Christian community, wages war on the oil and gas industry by barricading roads and blowing up oil wells to preserve their isolation.
Lady Beware (1987)
A Pittsburgh window dresser (Diane Lane) gets tough with a deranged lab technician (Michael Woods) who bugs her.
The She Beast (1966)
Transylvanians kill an ugly witch who, 200 years later, pops up as a pretty British bride (Barbara Steele).
Lady Frankenstein (1971)
Baron Frankenstein (Joseph Cotten) is hard at work trying to reanimate human tissue when his daughter, Tania (Rosalba Neri), comes home from university with a medical degree and announces that it has always been her intention to carry on her father's work. The baron is thrilled, but no sooner does he successfully reanimate his creature than it kills him and stalks off. Shocked but undaunted, Tania vows to create an even greater monster to destroy the first in revenge.
Love and Anarchy (1973)
When his anarchist friend is killed trying to assassinate Mussolini, Tunin (Giancarlo Giannini) decides it's up to him to finish the job. While visiting a brothel, he meets a prostitute named Salome (Mariangela Melato), who agrees to help with his plan, as her former boyfriend was also killed by Mussolini. They enlist the aid of another prostitute, Tripolina (Lina Polito), and hatch an elaborate plan, but, when the fateful day comes, the women have second thoughts.
Every Little Thing (1997)
The inmates of a progressive psychiatric clinic in the Loire Valley stage a Polish operetta.
The Lost Son (1999)
A wealthy couple hire a detective (Daniel Auteuil) to track their adult son, missing after involvement in a pedophile ring.
The Lady and the Highwayman (1989)
An outlaw lord (Hugh Grant) protects a 17th-century heiress from her scheming cousin and the mistress (Emma Samms) of Charles II (Michael York).
A Gang Story (2011)
Edmond and Serge form the Gang des Lyonnais, a gang responsible for numerous armed robberies in the 1970s.
Little Miss Marker (1980)
In the 1930s, cantankerous bookie Sorrowful Jones (Walter Matthau) reluctantly takes a young child (Sara Stimson) as collateral for a wager, but finds he's stuck with the adorable waif when her penniless father drowns himself. When Jones' Mafia boss nemesis Blackie (Tony Curtis) forces him to be a partner in an illegal casino hidden in the home of indebted heiress Amanda (Julie Andrews), he struggles to outmaneuver the dangerous kingpin, all the while making a bumbling attempt at fatherhood.
Las mujeres de mi general (1951)
A wartime love triangle involves a general (Pedro Infante), his wife (Lilia Prado) and his ex-girlfriend (Chula Prieto).
Little Black Dress (2011)
Four pampered college graduates try to figure out what direction their lives should take.
Living Will... (2011)
This comedy that was released in 2011 directed by Matthew Lauyer, is one where you may look at your best friend and or roommate in a different way.
It all starts out with Willâs messy and disgusting roommate, as well as best friend, Belcher played by Ryan Dunn. Belcher just happens to pass away in a very awkward situation and comes out haunting into Willâs life again as an annoying, nagging ghost. Of course when Belcher comes back as a ghost, he comes back in full vengeance as a perverted and mischievous one. Haunting Willâs every move throughout the day and night, no matter what situation he may be in at the time.
After Belcherâs passing, Will played by Gerard Haitz moved in with Belcherâs cousin, Krista played by April Scott. This sends Belcher over the top as a ghost, he does everything he can to ruin the relationship between Krista and Will.
The Lost & Found Family (2009)
The Lost and Found Family is a heart-warming story about a middle-aged wealthy, self-absorbed, New York woman who was left widowed and destitute following her husbandâs untimely death. The attorney informs the widow that her husband did leave her a house in Georgia, which she is required to establish residency in before she can sell it. The sale of the house would provide the widow with the funds to sustain herself.
Upon arriving in Georgia, the widow finds the house occupied by a couple with five emotionally troubled foster children who have decided that they will not like the woman that is moving in with them. Faced with the dilemma of displacing the family or saving herself, the woman is drawn into the personal challenges of each family member. The attorney is able to quickly find a buyer for the home, however the widow decides to keep the house, and has to find a way to void the contract and save this family.
Little Heroes (1999)
As a man prepares to testify against his employer, a tobacco company, thugs attempt to kidnap his child.
Lord Of The Dance 3D (2011)
Lord Of The Dance In 3-D is a movie based around Irish folklore. The movie is based around a dance that tells a story.
The movie was created in 3-D so that viewers felt that they were actually apart of the movie and able to feel the story all around them.
Lord Of The Dance is said to be based on stories that have been passed down from generation to generation. Each learning the dance that tells the story about good and evil.
Liquid Bridge (2003)
Nick McCallum (Ryan Kwanten) works with his embittered father, Bob (Tony Bonner), at a gas station. Bob, a former professional surfer, is paralyzed from the waist down as the result of a wipeout, and forbids Nick from following in his footsteps. Encouraged by his girlfriend, Jeanne (Simone Kessell), to pursue his dreams, Nick takes up surfing and hires Tony Searsen (Jeremy Sims) as his manager. But Tony uses Nick as an unwitting drug mule, leading to Nick's arrest.
Three seemingly unrelated stories converge in a surprising way. Elizabeth Austin (Tess Harper), wife of Reverend Robert Austin (Chris Sarandon), pines for the son who fled their religious household. Grace Bellamy (Bonnie Hunt), now in her 40s, wonders about the son she gave up for adoption. And kindhearted AIDS sufferer Mark (Kip Pardue) falls in love with motel owner George (Michael Kelly) while trying to come to the rescue of some loggerhead turtles.
Fortunes of War (1994)
An American relief worker (Matt Salinger) and his two friends (Haing S. Ngor, Sam Jenkins) agree to smuggle goods from Thailand into Cambodia.
From Hollywood To Deadwood (1989)
A sleazy film studio hires two off-beat private eyes (Scott Paulin, Jim Haynie) to find a missing actress (Barbara Schock).
Fast Lane (2010)
A policewoman (Melina Lizette) works under cover to infiltrate a Los Angeles car-theft ring.
Genetically engineered bats escape from a professor's lab and terrorize a small town.
Fear Of Clowns (2004)
An artist who purges her fears through painting is terrified to discover that her nightmarish creations have taken on a life of their own.
The Flats (2002)
A young man arrested for vandalism spends his last week of freedom partying with pals at the end of summer in Puget Sound.
Freak Talk About Sex (1999)
Slacker Dave (Josh Hamilton) returns to his hometown in Upstate New York. He talks of being a writer but gets a job at a store, and constantly works on his car so he can hit the road again. Meanwhile, he avoids relationships and ignores everyone's advice by reuniting with "Freak" (Steve Zahn), a boyhood friend who still lives in his parents' basement, smoking pot and dispensing stoner wisdom. When even Freak shows the beginnings of adult behavior, Dave realizes he may have to grow up too.
Finding North (1998)
A woman meets her ideal man who she doesn't know is gay. He is naked on the Brooklyn Bridge ready to take his life. He doesn't end up doing so and the two take a road trip and help each other through their troubles and issues. "Finding North" is an offbeat love story between two people from completely different worlds. It's about finding what you need, even from places you don't expect.
Four Days in September (1997)
Based on a true story, "Four Days in September" is a moving account of the kidnapping in September, 1969 of the American Ambassador to Brazil, played by Alan Arkin. The drama unfolds as a group of young and often naive idealists join together to plot and carry out an act of terrorism, their only means of giving voice to their progressive dreams and visions in a military regime.
Feeling Minnesota (1996)
Sam Clayton's (Vincent D'Onofrio) marriage to ex-stripper Freddie (Cameron Diaz) comes about when she's strong-armed into the match by Red (Delroy Lindo), a club proprietor who once did her a favor. But Freddie falls in love with Jiaks (Keanu Reeves), Sam's brother, and the pair tries to escape the situation together. It isn't long before both Sam and Red catch up with them, resulting in threats against the two of them -- although tension also starts to build between Sam and Red.
Full Fathom Five (1990)
A Navy submarine captain (Michael Moriarty) chases Panamanian militants heading for Houston in a hijacked Soviet sub.
Final Approach (1991)
An amnesiac Air Force colonel (James B. Sikking) recalls, for a doctor (Héctor Elizondo), his part in a top-secret stealth-flight project.
College students on an overnight hay ride fight for their lives against zombies.
Fraternity Vacation (1985)
An Iowan (Stephen Geoffreys) and his college buddies head for Palm Springs, Calif., to find the perfect blonde.
For Your Height Only (1981)
A diminutive secret agent (Weng Wang) uses his skills with guns and gun molls to rescue a kidnapped scientist.
Fight For Your Life (1977)
A minister dispenses justice on three convicts who take his family hostage.
A detective is hired to locate a girl adopted 30 years earlier whose birth father wants to bequeath her his fortune.
Bill Morrison presents a compilation of film stock accompanied by an orchestral score.
W 3sixty5 (2015)
The first 365 days of The Whosoevers inception, a growing movement world wide.
A glimpse into the lives of a number of individuals (Shelly Shenoy, Mike DiGiacinto, Jzaneen Damji) in the time leading up to the events of 9/11.
The Alamut Ambush (1986)
Based on the novel by Anthony Price and originally aired in the UK as part of the "Chessgame" series, this British espionage thriller stars Terence Stamp as David Audley, former Oxford professor turned intelligence agent. In this follow-up to 'Deadly Recruits' and 'Cold War Killer', a senior official of the Foreign Office, Guy Llewellyn (John Rowe), has been the target of an assassination attempt...twice! He demands that Audley head the investigation, but is Llewellyn's confidence in the agent genuine, or is it an elaborate ruse for something more.
The Anonymous Heroes (1971)
Two men (David Chiang, Ti Lung) join forces with a revolutionary (Ku Feng) to steal a shipment of guns.
MetalHeads: The Good, the Bad, and the Evil (2008)
Metal has too long been misrepresented in movies. This tragi-comedy brings to light all you need to see! Warring: The term "politically correct" does NOT exist in a metalhead's dictionary. This movie contains no Ebonics or baggy pants. Not to be viewed by posers. Nudity, drugs, violence, and strong language are included. Emily Thomas stars. Extras include bloopers, skits, and sneak peeks.
The Veil (2005)
A small town is infected by a virus and a frantic cover up is taking place. Three days later, several special forces teams are sent in on a recognizance mission. Their objective - to measure the effect of the virus and locate survivors.
Barbary Pirate (1949)
An American major (Donald Woods) goes to Tripoli, where well-informed pirates have been raiding merchant ships.
A man with a criminal record plots to kidnap his boss' son after being threatened with the loss of his job.
The Abominable Crime (2013)
Two gay Jamaicans flee from their homes in the face of violent homophobia.
Strange Fits Of Passion (1999)
A woman (Michela Noonan) skeptical of love and romance receives comfort from her gay housemate (Mitchell Butel) as she sets out to lose her virginity.