International Velvet (1978)

International Velvet is a 1978 American drama film and a sequel to the 1944 classic National Velvet starring Tatum O'Neal, Christopher Plummer, Anthony Hopkins and Nanette Newman. The film received mixed reviews. International Velvet was partly filmed at Birmingham University, England.

Agent 327: Operation Barbershop (2017)

Return to Snowy River (1988)

Young Jim Craig returns to his home in the Australian high country. He finds that things are not as he left them - his girlfriend is being pursued by another man, and her father doesn't want Jim back into her life.

Gidget Goes to Rome (1963)

Gidget Goes to Rome is a 1963 Columbia Pictures Eastmancolor feature film starring Cindy Carol as the archetypal high school teen surfer girl originally created by Sandra Dee in the 1959 film Gidget. The film is the third of three Gidget films directed by Paul Wendkos and expands upon Gidget's romance with boyfriend Moondoggie. The screenplay was written by Ruth Brooks Flippen based on characters created by Frederick Kohner. Veterans of previous Gidget films making appearances include James Darren as "Moondoggie", Joby Baker, and Jean "Jeff" Donnell as Gidget's mom, Mrs. Lawrence. The film has been released to VHS and DVD.

Paradise Alley (1978)

Sylvester Stallone is fighting the odds again, this time in the wrestling ring. As Cosmo Carboni, he and his two brothers dream of getting out of Hell's Kitchen (circa 1946) and into the big time. The exit signs point to Paradise Alley, a sleazy private club where the floorshow consists of raucous wrestling matches with big purses. Stallone not only starred in and wrote this action-packed film, he also made his directorial debut in this tale of three guys who could take anything Hell's Kitchen could dish out.

Alouette (1944)

Rayen Panday: Niet verder vertellen (2018)

Where Are You Then? (1970)

Mouse (1997)

Spacemen, Go-go Girls and the Great Easter Hunt (2006)

Warrior Empire: The Mughals of India (2006)

Diably, diably (1991)

Geneviève (1965)

Mum's the Word (1926)

Awantura o Basię (1959)

A Blitz on the Fritz (1943)

Assassin in the Phonebook (1962)

Diary of a Worm (2005)

Meet a worm not that different from you or me, except that his head looks a lot like his tail! A hysterical journal about the daily doings and the hidden world of a lovable underground dweller.

Lea (2015)

Lea grew up in a criminal family in Calabria. The mother of his daughter Denise is also a member of the mafia. However, she aspires to a different life for her daughter, without violence, fear or lie. She decides to cooperate with the justice system and flees under witness protection. Inspired by the story of Leo Garofalo, a woman's struggle to escape the mafia.

Willi und die Windzors (1996)

Willi und die Windzors is a 1996 German comedic television film. Produced under the impression of the continued scandals surrounding members of the British Royal Family during the mid-1990s, the parody film presents an alternate history in which Britain becomes a republic, resulting in Queen Elizabeth II and her family being expelled from their country and moving in with relatives in Germany. The film was directed by Hape Kerkeling, who also appears as the titular character, Willi Bettenberg, the royal family's (fictitious) next of kin.

Bad Men of the Hills (1942)

Bad Men of the Hills is a 1942 American Western film directed by William Berke and written by Luci Ward. The film stars Charles Starrett, Russell Hayden, Cliff Edwards, Luana Walters, Alan Bridge and Guy Usher. The film was released on August 13, 1942, by Columbia Pictures.

Feathers in the Wind (2004)

Feathers in the Wind is a 2004 South Korean film directed by Song Il-gon. Feathers in the Wind was originally planned as a 30-minute section of a three-part omnibus film with two other directors entitled 1.3.6. At 73 minutes, the film exceeded the limits of the original omnibus format and was released on its own theatrically and on DVD.

Hey Cinderella! (1969)

Hey, Cinderella! (1969) is a television special adaptation of Cinderella featuring The Muppets. Kermit the Frog hosts the special with King Goshposh and Rufus and Splurge appearing in this special as well. The music score was composed by Joe Raposo.

An Almost Perfect Affair (1979)

An Almost Perfect Affair is a 1979 romantic comedy film directed by Michael Ritchie about the Cannes Film Festival and an affair between a filmmaker and a film producer's wife, set during the film festival. It stars Keith Carradine and Monica Vitti.

Forever, Darling (1956)

Forever, Darling is a 1956 Eastman Color American romantic comedy film with fantasy overtones, starring Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, and James Mason, and directed by Alexander Hall. The original screenplay by Helen Deutsch focuses on a married couple whose troubled marriage is saved with the help of a guardian angel.

Skin Crawl (2007)

300 years ago, a coven of persecuted witches swore a gruesome curse of vengeance upon any person who would dare harm its descendants. Three centuries later, a young woman named Margaret is brutally murdered, victim of her husband's cold-blooded plot to inherit her wealth. The ages-old curse lying dormant for generations will manifest itself before his very eyes and those of Margaret's the form of a horrifying monstrosity risen from the grave.

The Human Family Tree (2009)

Join geneticist Spencer Wells and a team from National Geographic's Genographic Project as they trace the human journey through time, from our origins in the heart of Africa to the ends of the world. The Human Family Tree answers some of humanity's most burning questions-who we are and where we come from-and forces us to change how we think not only about our relationships with our neighbors, but ourselves. Narrated by Kevin Bacon.

Pulsação Zero (2002)

The gritty, hard pavement of a lonely highway is a path fraught with pain and desperation, but it's also a path that leads to big dreams. Annie Chase leaves everything behind to go to Los Angeles with her rock band to make her dreams come true. Unfortunately, it's destined to be a disaster when she and her boyfriend, Jake, the guitarist and self-imposed leader of the group, break down in the middle of nowhere. With no money or means to reach the other two band members, who have taken off without them, they are forced to turn back and find shelter in a seedy Motel in a nearby town in Texas. Planning to stay only long enough to get their car fixed - they find life has other plans. Annie is on a path destined for fame and fortune and in the midst of it all she finds her own sense of identity. In the end, everyone gets what they wanted all along - just not how they planned.

Touch of the Master's Hand (1987)

The sale of an old violin sets off a chain of events that tests and strengthens an English family's faith.

Da Vinci Code Decoded (2004)

Da Vinci Code is a modern-day publishing phenomenon. With millions of copies in print, it is the most popular adult novel of the 21st Century. In an introductory note, author Dan Brown tells us that "all descriptions of documents and secret rituals...are accurate." But are they? Now Martin Lunn, an expert historian, reveals the truth behind Dan Brown's research.

Spaced Invaders (1990)

Spaced Invaders is a 1990 science fiction comedy directed by Patrick Read Johnson and starring Douglas Barr, Royal Dano and Ariana Richards.

Silk Hope (1999)

Silk Hope is a 1999 made-for-TV romantic-drama film that starred Farrah Fawcett, along with Brad Johnson, Ashley Crow, and Scott Bryce.

The Odyssey of Destiny (2014)

A renegade soldier and an orphaned nurse are trapped together in a world ravaged by war.

Mr. Robinson Crusoe (1932)

Yachtsman Steve Drexel (Douglas Fairbanks) bets his friends that he can swim ashore on a remote south-seas island with nothing but a toothbrush and live alone for a year. He lasts only four months, but manages to build a comfortable home with all the amenities one would want. Meanwhile, a grass-skirted young lady flees an unwelcome wedding on a nearby island, who becomes Steve’s Girl Friday. But what is he to do with her?

Sin Sisters (2003)

The accidental murder of a young woman sends two sisters on a panic-stricken journey with a dead body stuffed into the trunk. Heading for the hills in search of a burial site, they encounter a mysterious femme fatale who blackmails them into a deadly game of cat and mouse...

She's Not Our Sister (2011)

It is hard enough to bury the father that you love, but what happens when his death fills your life with many new changes? Three sisters who are about to become rich discover they have a half sister they knew nothing about. Digging through the history of their family life they discover many hidden secrets. This Christian musical shows the struggle of learning what it means to be a family.

Storm (2002)

Follow skiers and riders like Seth Morrison, Glen Plake, Tanner Hall, and others as they chase Storms around the globe in search of the best snow and lines to ski.

Dennis Miller: America 180º (2014)

Dennis Miller is an individual who can command a lot of attention from those who he speaks to. From the world of radio, to sports commentary, all the way to stand up, Dennis Miller has found a great deal of success. In this stand up special, Dennis Miller speaks on the current state of our nation. Going over everything from Obamacare to the budget crisis in Washington DC, Dennis Miller uses his comedy to satirize the current situation that our country is in.

Balls Out: Gary The Tennis Coach (2009)

From the director of Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle and Dude Where's My Car comes this raunchy comedy starring Seann William Scott and Randy Quaid. Gary Houseman (Scott) is an overenthusiastic high school janitor who steps-up to lead the school's loser tennis team to the state finals when the acting coach drops dead. The brash and often insulting new coach is intent on inspiring these underdogs not only to win, but also to stand-up for themselves. Although his coaching tactics may be unorthodox, including motivating his star player with a pre-game stripper, his heart is in the right place. Besides, sometimes it takes big balls to play hard-ball.

The Pretender (1947)

The Pretender is a 1947 American crime film noir directed by W. Lee Wilder and written by Don Martin, with additional dialogue by Doris Miller. The drama features Albert Dekker, Catherine Craig, Charles Drake, among others.

Dangerous Passion (1990)

Dangerous Passion is a 1990 film starring Carl Weathers, Billy Dee Williams and Lonette McKee, and directed by Michael Miller. The film, produced by Carolco Pictures, premiered on the ABC network on March 25, 1990.

Canyon River (1956)

Canyon River is a 1956 Allied Artists American Western film in CinemaScope and Color by De Luxe directed by Harmon Jones. It stars George Montgomery as the head of a cattle drive.

House By The River (1950)

In 1949, at Republic Pictures, Fritz Lang (self-proclaimed "master of the unusual") created HOUSE BY THE RIVER, a shocking and mordant thriller of passion and murder. Boasting an ingenious script by SPIRAL STAIRCASE scribe Mel Dinelli and evocative photography by Edward Cronjager (I WAKE UP SCREAMING), HOUSE... is an underrated American "Grand Guignol" that transcends its modest origins and affirms Lang's genius.

Joan Rivers: Don't Start with Me (2012)

Are you ready to feel the comedic wrath of Emmy-Award winning comedian, Joan Rivers? In her brand new live stand up special, the unstoppable entertainment icon goes to great lengths to insult everyone with her trademark wit. With infectious energy Joan owns the stage from start to finish, leaving the audience in stitches as everything and everybody who is somebody is fair game.

The Siege at Red River (1954)

Siege at Red River is a 1954 American Western film directed by Rudolph Maté and written by Sydney Boehm. The film stars Van Johnson, Joanne Dru, Richard Boone, Milburn Stone, Jeff Morrow, and Craig Hill. The film was released on May 1, 1954, by 20th Century Fox.

Mike Stanley: Tough Luck Chump (2011)

Mike Stanley performs live at Chicago's Lakeshore Theater.

Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River (1968)

It’s one of Jerry Lewis’s zaniest films, filled with the hilarious antics for which he’s famous! Jerry (Boeing, Boeing) plays George Lester, an American in London, whose grandiose schemes constantly get him into trouble. His first outrageous plan turns his wife’s ancestral palace into a Chinese disco, an idea she hardly appreciates. Forced to raise money to restore the mansion, George unveils an even crazier scheme with the help of his friend, William Homer (Terry-Thomas, I’m All Right Jack), to sell stolen plans for an electronic oil drill. George smuggles the plans into Lisbon where he is supposed to make the big deal, but then learns the plans are phony! He promises his wife he'll finally settle down, but wait – he has just one more idea! Newly remastered.

The Last Lost Kingdom (2015)

A king who lost his kingdom. A son who lost his father. At one time or another in life, every man is aware that his time is limited. In the very midst of life we know what never will come again, what irreversibly replaces a past that cannot be recovered. Three men journey to the forbidden kingdom of Mustang in the remote Himalayas in search of roots, to reconcile loss and anticipate the rise of modernization.

Voices of the Andes (2009)

Filmmakers chronicle a journey along an 8,000-mile network of ancient Incan roads called Qhapaq Nan that wind through present-day Peru and Ecuador.

Colony (2009)

Colony is an Irish documentary film about colony collapse disorder, directed by Carter Gunn and Ross McDonnell. The film was produced by Morgan Bushe and Macdara Kelleher. It opened theatrically in Los Angeles on July 30, 2010 and New York City on August 13, 2010 at the 14th Annual DocuWeeks.

Color of the Cross 2: The Resurrection (2008)

Color of the Cross 2: The Resurrection is a 2008 direct-to-video religious film directed by, and starring Jean-Claude La Marre. The film is a direct sequel to the film Color of the Cross, and centers on the resurrection of Jesus following his death by crucifixion.

Meet Me In Las Vegas (1956)

Meet Me in Las Vegas (1956) is an MGM musical comedy produced by Joe Pasternak, directed by Roy Rowland, filmed in Eastman Color (credited as Metrocolor) and CinemaScope, and starring Dan Dailey and Cyd Charisse. The film has a running time of 112 minutes. The screenplay is by Isobel Lennart, cinematography by Robert Bronner, music direction by George Stoll, and choreography by Hermes Pan and Eugene Loring.

On Angel's Wings (2014)

A girl takes her brother and dog on an adventure after an angel grants her three wishes.

Moonlighting Wives (1966)

A bored suburban housewife turns her stenography service into a thriving prostitution ring, only to lose her husband to the teenage babysitter in this ripped-from-the-headlines sexploitation classic. Moonlighting Wives is from noted director Joseph Sarno, one of the few sexploitation auteurs to receive critical attention. In recent years his work has been the subject of retrospectives at the New York Underground Film Festival, the Torino Film Festival in Turin, Italy, the Cinémathèque française in Paris, and the British Film Institute. Sarno body of work was honored by the New York Times in their April 10, 2010 obituary column.

Sesame Street: The Best of Elmo 3 (2015)

It's all Elmo all the time in this collection of the best moments with everyone's favorite furry red monster! Elmo sings and dances his way through letters, numbers, vocabulary, and emotions with his Sesame Street pals plus a few famous friends like Melissa McCarthy, Taye Diggs, Sugarland, Romeo Santos and Drew Brees.

Sesame Street: Singing with the Stars (2012)

Dance and sing along with this star-studded special from Sesame Street! From Alicia Keys to the Dixie Chicks, Andrea Bocelli, Adam Sandler and more, this video will get your child moving!

Sesame Street: All-Star Alphabet (2005)

Get to know your ABCs with the fun-filled adventure that celebrates the wonder of words and the joys of the alphabet Sesame Street style. Shapes, sounds, and colors come to life as letters. A and Z join Elmo and the gang for some F-U-N at the mall. Whether it's crooning with Sheryl Crow or rocking with Melissa Etheridge, dozens of entertaining songs and skits add to the excitement as every letter gets a chance to shine in the spotlight. No matter how you spell it, Sesame Street's All-Star Alphabet makes the grade!

Sesame Street: Cookie Monster's Best Bites (1995)

Welcome to a song-filled, smile-making, simply scrumptious video starring everyone's favorite Sesame Street connoisseur de crumbs: Cookie Monster! This new program features Cookie Monster's very best bites plus plenty of new production bits. It's a wacky and wonderful tribute to a monster, the cookies he loves and the little lessons he learns with every bite he takes. Screen star Annette Benning drops by to help Cookie Monster sort out the difference between a "Cookie Here and There." And that's just the beginning of the rib-tickling treats awaiting Cookie Monster fans young and old in this tuneful, tasty, cookie-crunching delight.

Being Green (2009)

Elmo and Abby find out it can be easy being green when they stumble onto the Earth-a-Thon, hosted by Mr. Earth (Paul Rudd), happening right on Sesame Street. Telly, Rosita, and Cookie Monster answer phone calls from children calling in with pledges to reduce, reuse, recycle (and possibly send cookies to Cookie). But what happens when Abby uses her magic to help Elmo be really "green"? This jam-packed DVD is filled with songs, ideas, and suggestions from real kids around the world!

Sesame Street: Play All Day with Elmo (2015)

Come Play with Elmo! Everyone's favorite furry red friend is joined by all kinds of kids to play Elmo Says, Red Light Green Light, Freeze Dance, Pat-a-cake and more. OK Go mix primary colors into a rainbow and Taye Diggs helps Elmo pretend on this playful DVD featuring singing, dancing, and learning!

Sesame Street: Bye-Bye, Pacifier! Big Kid Stories with Elmo (2011)

Becoming a big kid can be hard sometimes. For a young child, it can be tough to give up a binky, learn to ride a tricycle, share with siblings and be a good sport. With the story where Elmo remembers giving up his binky as the centerpiece, this release features stories that pre-schoolers can relate to, as well as giving useful suggestions to parents at the same time. In the same way that "Elmo's Potty Time" was relevant for our audience, we hope that this title will help kids feel "they can do it" too, just like their good friend Elmo.

Heartbeat (2014)

Heartbeat is a 2014 Canadian drama film written and directed by Andrea Dorfman. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. The film stars poet and musician Tanya Davis as Justine, an unfulfilled advertising copywriter who dreams of becoming a musician but struggles with stage fright.

Coal Rush (2012)

Filmed over 5 years in the coalfields of West Virginia, COAL RUSH follows the relentless battle for justice of a rural Appalachian community against a major coal company accused of polluting their drinking water.

Two Soldiers (2003)

Two Soldiers is a 2003 American short drama film directed by Aaron Schneider with a score by Alan Silvestri. In 2004, it won an Oscar for Best Short Subject at the 76th Academy Awards. It is based on a 1942 short story by William Faulkner.

Burning Love (1983)

Brandende liefde is a 1983 Dutch drama film directed by Ate de Jong.

Thy Will Be Done (2013)

A former clergyman, who lost his home and his church during Hurricane Katrina, awakes in a church that's desperately in need of a pastor.

1990: The Bronx Warriors (1982)

1990: The Bronx Warriors (Italian: 1990: I guerrieri del Bronx) is a 1982 Italian action-science fiction film directed by Enzo G. Castellari.

Jackson Browne: Going Home (1994)

For more than two decades, Jackson Browne has been one of the most compelling artists in popular music. In August of 1994, The Disney Channel presented "Jackson Browne: Going Home", a chronicle of Jackson's remarkable career. "Jackson Browne: Going Home" contains interviews, performances, and rare footage spanning twenty five years featuring Don Henley, Bonnie Raitt, David Crosby, Graham Nash, The Eagles, David Lindley, Jennifer Warnes, and many more.

Yogi The Easter Bear (1994)

Yogi the Easter Bear is an animated television special starring Yogi Bear and produced by Hanna-Barbera which was broadcast in syndication on April 3, 1994. This, along with Arabian Nights, was one of Don Messick's last voice-over roles; he suffered a debilitating stroke in 1996 and died in 1997.

The Beatles Explosion (2007)

Back in the sixties the Beatles literally rocked the music world. Beatlemania became all the rage. The Beatles Explosion is a documentary that goes into the early days of the Beatles as a rock group. It includes exclusive interviews from the Fab Four along with others who experienced their rise to Rock N Roll glory. The film showcases some of the memorable moments for the group such as their first American appearance to a hardly ever seen British appearance where they performed a scene from Shakespeare that is colorized for the first time for this film.

Enigma (2009)

Enigma is a 2009 science-fiction short film. It is written and directed by the Shumway Brothers.

Adventures in Odyssey: In Harm's Way (1997)

When the new kid in town isn't exactly cool, what's a guy to do? Being nice is one thing, but letting him hang around with you . . . well, that's another thing entirely. Can Dylan see past Elliot's "nerdy" actions to his inner value? A critical choice and a powerful lesson await in this exciting tale of friendship and love.

Carlos Mencia: No Strings Attached (2006)

Meet Carlos Mencia. He has quite a few opinions... on just about everything. In this extended and uncensored comedy performance, Carlos' take on race relations, immigration, religion, and the...

Sugar Creek Gang: Swamp Robber (2004)

Bill Collins' relaxing afternoon at Sugar Creek turns into more than he bargained for when Poetry stumbles upon a disguise hidden in the swamp. Reports of a bank robber on the loose soon surface, and as the gang investigates they discover a map that leads to more than just treasure. During a campout near the hollow tree the kids must survive an encounter that leaves them wondering if a nearby cabin is really abandoned. If they can piece together the clues that confront them, mystery and adventure await the gang in their own backyard! Look for the additional films in this five part series to complete your set: The Great Canoe Fish, Revivial Villains, Secret Hideout, and Teacher Trouble!

Race Against Nightfall (2005)

This is the third film in The Sugar Creek Gang series. Finally the first day of Sugar Creek's highly anticipated revival celebration arrives! But for some of the town's residents, the morning begins on a sour note... which leads to sour thoughts and the possibility of sour plans. The gang anticipates the upcoming evening's events together with a swim in the creek... until the bullies show up. After a water scuffle, Big Bob Till tips off the gang to the possibility that the celebration might be in great jeopardy. Upon arrival at the revival, the gang members don their thinking caps and scour the area searching for clues. Join the gang in their race against nightfall to discover if there's any truth to Big Bob's threat... before the threat comes true! Look for the other films in the five part Sugar Creek Gang series: Swamp Robber, The Great Canoe Fish, Secret Hideout, and Teacher Trouble!

Van Halen Live Without a Net (1986)

Arguably one of the most popular heavy metal bands in the history of rock, Van Halen has come to epitomize the flamboyant style that they first brought to the stage in 1978. This vide offers a glimps into the rock n' roll lifestyle as lived out on stage by Sammy Hagar and Eddie Van Halen, performing all of the high energy hits that have established them as an icon for generations of metal fans.

Elenore Makes Love (2014)

A lesbian photographer meets a sexy model in an upscale hotel suite. The two women may have a past that is more present than we think.

Hemp for Victory (1943)

Hemp for Victory is a black-and-white United States government film made during World War II and released in 1942, explaining the uses of hemp, encouraging farmers to grow as much as possible. During World War II, the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937 was lifted briefly to allow for hemp fiber production to create ropes for the U.S. Navy but after the war hemp reverted to its de facto illegal status.

Vegucated (2011)

Vegucated is a 2011 American documentary film that explores the challenges of converting to a vegan diet. It "follows three meat- and cheese-loving New Yorkers who agree to adopt a vegan diet for six weeks." The director interviewed a number of people to participate in this documentary and chose Brian, who likes to eat meat and eat out; Ellen, a psychiatrist, part-time comedian and single mother; and Tesla, a college student who lives with her family. In the film Dr. Joel Fuhrman and Professor T. Colin Campbell discuss the benefits of a plant-based diet consisting of whole foods. The film also features Howard Lyman and Stephen R. Kaufman. Kneel Cohn makes a cameo appearance. The documentary addresses the resistance that some people feel towards vegetarianism and veganism, the disconnect between farm animals and the purchasing of meat, the origins of omnivorism and the ethical, environmental and health benefits of a vegan diet. During the filming, participants visited an abandoned slaughterhouse and investigated the reality of intensive animal farming in the US. Of their own accord, they chose to trespass on a factory farm to see for themselves, and became passionate about their new-found cause.

Row Hard No Excuses (2007)

Two middle-aged New Englanders set out to win the Atlantic Rowing Challenge, a grueling 3,000-mile event in which contestants row homemade boats from the Canary Islands to Barbados.

The Goldwyn Follies (1938)

The Goldwyn Follies is a 1938 Technicolor film written by Ben Hecht, Sid Kuller, Sam Perrin and Arthur Phillips, with music by George Gershwin, Vernon Duke, and Ray Golden, and lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Some sources credit Kurt Weill as one of the composers, but this is apparently incorrect. The Goldwyn Follies was the first Technicolor film produced by Samuel Goldwyn. The movie, which features Adolphe Menjou, Vera Zorina, Edgar Bergen (with Charlie McCarthy), Andrea Leeds, Kenny Baker, Ella Logan, Helen Jepson, Bobby Clark and the Ritz Brothers, depicts a movie producer who chooses a simple girl to be "Miss Humanity" and to critically evaluate his movies from the point of view of the ordinary person. The style of the film is very similar to other musicals of its era, including the "Gold Diggers" series and others. The film is an effective satire on Hollywood and have some excellent numbers choreographed by George Balanchine. Songs include: "Our Love is Here to Stay" "I Was Doing All Right" "Spring Again" "Love Walked In" "I Love to Rhyme" This was the last film score written by George Gershwin before his death on 11 July 1937. The Goldwyn Follies was released on 20 February 1938. The movie was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Score and for Best Interior Decoration.

Alone In The Woods (1996)

A boy must outwit criminals, save a kidnapped girl and find his parents after getting into the wrong car on a trip.

Loss of Faith (1998)

A crime writer (John Ritter) investigates a baby's kidnapping and the subsequent murder of the child's father.

The Avenger (1960)

The Avenger (German: Der Rächer) is a 1960 West German crime film directed by Karl Anton and starring Heinz Drache and Klaus Kinski. It was based on the novel by Edgar Wallace.

Children Make Terrible Pets (2011)

Lucy, a young bear, meets a little boy in the forest and brings him home.

Eagle vs. Silver Fox (1980)

The Silver Fox incurs the wrath of a martial-arts master when he attempts to recruit students as assassins.

Last Paradise (2015)

In the beautiful wilderness of New Zealand and Australia, a maverick bunch of young daredevils began experimenting with something that would change the world of adventure travel. “Last Paradise” uses the world’s most exciting adventures to address the world’s most crucial issues. In 45 years of stunning original footage we relive the journey of the renowned extreme sports pioneers, such as AJ Hackett inventor of bungy jumping. They take us on the road less traveled to discover virgin paradises that few ever saw in the 60’s and 70’s. With the realization they have all since disappeared, the pioneering spirit provides the solution.

All the Young Men (1960)

All the Young Men is a 1960 Korean War feature film starring Alan Ladd and Sidney Poitier dealing with desegregation in the United States Marine Corps.

Hotel America (1981)

Hôtel des Amériques (English: Hotel America) is a 1981 French drama film directed by André Téchiné, starring Catherine Deneuve and Patrick Dewaere. The film, set in Biarritz, tells the ill-fated romance of mismatched lovers. This is the first of several collaborations between Téchiné and Deneuve, who became his favorite actress.

Eyes of the Prey (1992)

A young woman (Peggy Dunne) takes revenge upon her assailants when she is brutally raped.

Bombs Away (1985)

An atomic bomb is sent by accident to an Army surplus store in Seattle instead of to an arsenal in Texas. Now the desperate search begins.

The Night Seekers (2014)

Friends go on their yearly retreat to Astro Island, and upon their arrival, they are told not to go into a forbidden zone. They take a risk and explore the area, and during the night, something happens to them all.

Multiplex (2013)

A sheltered college student's summer is turned upside down after starting a job at a movie theater.

Throttle (2005)

Throttle (also known as No Way Up) is a 2005 American thriller film starring Grayson McCouch. Other cast members include Adrian Paul and Amy Locane. It was filmed entirely in Denver, Colorado.

Secret Ninja (1982)

A young man (Dragon Lee) prepares to fight a corrupt martial-arts master who savagely beat him.

Cry Wilderness (1987)

Cry Wilderness is a 1987 family adventure film in which Bigfoot befriends a young boy whose park ranger father is tracking an escaped tiger. Location shooting occurred at Mono Lake in Mono County, California and Devils Postpile National Monument in Madera County, California. The film was re-released on DVD in 2014 along with the 1970s documentary In Search of Bigfoot. In 2017, the film was the subject of parody by Mystery Science Theater 3000, as the second episode of Season 11.

The Effects of Magic (1998)

A boy finally meets his long-lost father, and together they must keep the secrets of magic out of a criminal's hands.

The Ace of Spades (1935)

The wife of a candidate for Parliament is having an affair with the brother of her husband's rival. Her lover is running for election on a promise of building a railway that the community ...

Wagon Team (1952)

Wagon Team is a 1952 American Western film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Gerald Geraghty. The film stars Gene Autry, Gail Davis, Dick Jones, Gordon Jones, Harry Harvey Sr. and Henry Rowland. The film was released on September 30, 1952, by Columbia Pictures.

The Hills of Utah (1951)

The Hills of Utah is a 1951 American western film directed by John English and starring Gene Autry, Elaine Riley and Donna Martell. The film's sets were designed by the art director Charles Clague.