The Truth (2010)

When a couple is taken hostage in their upscale home by a volatile intruder, a simple robbery turns into something much more complicated. As deeply guarded secrets are revealed and trusts are betrayed true motives become clear. This tortured night of lies and truths threatens to expose everything.

Presto (2008)

Dignity. Poise. Mystery. We expect nothing less from the great, turn-of-the-century magician, Presto. But, when Presto forgets to feed his rabbit one too many times, well, there's really no telling what to expect! This comical short film from Pixar Animation Studios follows the escalating high jinx of the amazing Presto, his rabbit Alec, and what happens onstage when a star magician's ego provokes some clever revenge from his neglected costar. Contains tobacco depictions.

Dance With Me, Henry (1956)

Dance with Me, Henry is a 1956 film starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello. It is the final film that they starred in together, although Costello went on to star in one more film before his death, The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock.

Entangled (2015)

Danielle, a young and vibrant African-American woman, wants a business, home, children and a husband until her dreams are turned into a nightmare. With help from faith, family and friends, Danielle starts to rediscover herself.

Bait (1954)

A tale of deception and seduction, this film directed by and starring Hugo Haas (Paradise Alley) features three people searching for a lost gold mine – the dangerous Marko (Haas), young miner Ray (John Agar, Sands of Iwo Jima) and the comely Peggy (Cleo Moore, One Girl’s Confession). As Marko and Ray search for the mine, Peggy arrives, stirring Ray’s passion and igniting Marko’s suspicion. As months pass, the three find themselves closing in on the mine, but the tension between them is rising. In the end, the three find themselves involved with a lot of gold and a game of dangerous deceit. Newly remastered.

Blood Reservoir (2014)

Campers head to dangerous grounds with different agendas. Some are looking for romance, others want to find an Indian Treasure, and all experience murder, deception and revenge.

The Nativity Story (2006)

In a story of profound faith revered by much of humanity, one young woman struggles with the destiny for which she is chosen--to give birth to the Son of God and to become the object of salvation for billions of souls--a deeply moving journey told in A Nativity Story. The Academy Award-nominated star of Whale Rider, Keisha Castle-Hughes, portrays Mary, a young wife and soon-to-be mother upon whom a seemingly impossible burden will be placed. Over the two years before the birth of Jesus, as Mary realizes that she will bear a child fated to change the world, she discovers the inner strength, faith and grace that have earned her the veneration of billions of people for two thousand years.

Another Woman (1988)

Another Woman is a 1988 American drama film written and directed by Woody Allen. It stars Gena Rowlands as a philosophy professor who accidentally overhears the private analysis of a stranger, and finds the woman's regrets and despair awaken something personal in her. Another Woman is viewed favorably by modern film critics.

The Agent (2012)

Disgraced CIA agent John Law hits rock bottom after blowing his latest assignment. Forced out of the agency, he ends up in his hometown of San Francisco, working as a tour guide. On his first day, everything goes to hell when a sexy, mysterious Asian woman and the son of a dictator are kidnapped - all because of a tape that must not see the light of day. Racing against time, Law must find the tape, keep the son alive, save the girl, and defeat an entire crime syndicate!

Anwar (2007)

Anwar is a 2007 Indian romantic thriller film written and directed by Manish Jha, who is famous for his work in Matrubhoomi. The film stars Siddharth Koirala, Manisha Koirala, Rajpal Yadav and Nauheed Cyrusi.

Aka (2002)

AKA is a 2002 drama film, the first by director and writer Duncan Roy. The film is set in the late 1970s in Britain and deals with the story of Dean, an 18-year-old boy who assumes another identity in order to enter high society. Dean then meets David, an older gay man who desires him and Benjamin, a young Texan hustler. It is largely an autobiographical account of Duncan Roy's early life. The screen consists of a row of three frames, showing three perspectives.

American Shaolin (1992)

American Shaolin is a 1992 martial arts film, starring (among others) Reese Madigan, Kim Chan and Daniel Dae Kim. It was directed by Lucas Lowe.

The Amityville Curse (1990)

The Amityville Curse is directed by Tom Berry, it stars Kim Coates, Cassandra Gava and Jan Rubes.

American Boyfriends (1989)

American Boyfriends is a 1989 Canadian comedy-drama film, and the sequel to My American Cousin (1985). As before, it was written and directed by Sandy Wilson. Margaret Langrick and John Wildman reprise their roles as Sandy Wilcox and Butch Walker respectively. The soundtrack for this film contains songs by a number of popular Canadian music groups of the era including Barney Bentall and the Legendary Hearts, Colin James, Sass Jordan, Spirit of the West and BTO. The soundtrack was released on CD by Penta Records.

Shaolin (2011)

In a young Republic of China, where greedy warlords fuel a period of war and strife, Hou Jie (Andy Lau) arrogantly shows no mercy to his enemies seeking refuge with the benign and compassionate Shaolin monks. After unscrupulously killing a wounded enemy, Hou Jie pays a terrible price for his actions and is forced to seek refuge in the same Shaolin Monastery he blatantly disrespected. Hou Jie's traitorous second-in-command Cao Man (Nicholas Tse) continues where the once-warlord left off, betraying his country and his own people. Hou Jie must adapt to Shaolin principles to stop the monster he created.

Saw V (2008)

Saw Ⅴ is a 2008 Canadian-American horror film directed by David Hackl and written by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan and stars Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor, Scott Patterson, Betsy Russell, Mark Rolston, Julie Benz, Carlo Rota, and Meagan Good. It is the fifth installment of the Saw franchise, and was released on October 23, 2008 in Australia and October 24, 2008 in North America. David Hackl, who served as the production designer of Saw Ⅱ, Saw Ⅲ, and Saw IV, and second-unit director for Saw Ⅲ and Saw IV made his directorial debut with Saw Ⅴ. Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, the writers of the previous film, returned to write the film. Charlie Clouser, who provided the score for all previous Saw films, also returned to compose the score for the film. Saw creators James Wan and Leigh Whannell served as executive producers. The film focuses primarily on the events that led up to Detective Mark Hoffman becoming an apprentice of the Jigsaw Killer, as well as his efforts to prevent anyone else from learning his secret.

Saving Shiloh (2006)

Saving Shiloh is a family movie produced in 2006, based on the book of the same name written by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. It is the third and final film in the trilogy, whose other members are Shiloh and Shiloh Season. The film is rated PG for some thematic elements and peril.

Player (2012)

Sam is a professional gambler living with a young woman nicknamed Princess. Needing the rush of high stakes gambling to feel alive, Sam uses Princess to place a dangerous bet - which he knows he can't cover without manipulating his estranged son. It's a life or death bet now for Sam and Princess as a game of cat and mouse ensues.

The Last Keepers (2013)

The Last Keepers (also titled The Art of Love) is a 2013 American fantasy film directed by Maggie Greenwald and starring Aidan Quinn, Virginia Madsen, Zosia Mamet and Olympia Dukakis.

Silicon Valley: A 100 Year Renaissance (1998)

Narrated by Walter Cronkite, this is the quintessential documentary on Silicon Valley and the emergence of a new golden age of civilization. This film visually captures the origins and essence of today's technological Shangri-La: Silicon Valley.

Rude Boy: The Jamaican Don (2003)

Rude Boy: The Jamaican Don chronicles the life of Julius St. John. St. John is an aspiring DJ with a criminal background, who agrees to be a drug mule for one of the largest drug kingpins in Jamaica. The drug kingpin is having St. John smuggle a large shipment of drugs into the United States, and is promising him a U.S. visa in return for the favors, hence allowing St. John to enter the United States legally, whenever he pleases. However, once his dream of entering the United States is finally realized, St. John finds that leaving a life of crime is not quite as easy as he thought it would be.

Rascal (1969)

Rascal is a 1969 comedy-drama film adaptation made by Walt Disney Productions based on a book Rascal by Sterling North about a young man and his pet raccoon set in Wisconsin.

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.

Redrum (2007)

Bored with their lives, a man (Kenny Young) and his wife (Jill Marie Jones) commit murders to spice things up.

The R.M. (2003)

The R.M. is a 2003 comedy film about the experiences of an LDS returned missionary. "RM" is an LDS initialism for "returned missionary." It was written by Kurt Hale and John E. Moyer and directed by Kurt Hale.

Ruby (1992)

Ruby is a feature film, released in the United States on March 27, 1992, about Jack Ruby, the Dallas, Texas nightclub owner who shot and killed Lee Harvey Oswald in the basement garage of a Dallas city police station in 1963. The film was directed by John Mackenzie and stars Danny Aiello (as Ruby), Sherilyn Fenn (as Sheryl Ann DuJean a.k.a. Candy Cane), and Arliss Howard. It is based on a play written by British screenwriter Stephen Davis. Ruby was released three months after Oliver Stone's movie JFK.

The Return Of Swamp Thing (1989)

The Return of Swamp Thing is a 1989 science fiction superhero/comedy film based on the DC Comics (later Vertigo) title Swamp Thing. Directed by Jim Wynorski, it is the second cinematic installment in the Swamp Thing media franchise and a sequel to 1982's Swamp Thing (directed by Wes Craven), having a lighter tone than its science fiction horror predecessor. The film has a main title montage that consists of comic book covers set to Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Born on the Bayou" and features Dick Durock and Louis Jourdan reprising their roles as Swamp Thing and Arcane respectively, along with Sarah Douglas and Heather Locklear.

O.C. and Stiggs (1985)

O.C. and Stiggs is a 1987 film directed by Robert Altman, based on two characters that were originally featured in a series of stories published in National Lampoon magazine. The film stars Daniel H. Jenkins and Neill Barry as the title characters. Other members of the cast include Paul Dooley, Jane Curtin, Martin Mull, Dennis Hopper, Ray Walston, Louis Nye, Melvin Van Peebles, Tina Louise, Cynthia Nixon, Jon Cryer and Bob Uecker. The film, a raunchy teen comedy described by the British Film Institute as "probably Altman's least successful film," was shot in 1983, but not released until long after post-production was completed. MGM shelved it for a couple of years, finally giving it a limited theatrical release in 1987 and 1988.

Purification (2012)

Purification is an independent supernatural thriller film written, directed, and produced by Joseph Ciminera. The film had its world premiere on 13 January 2012 and it was given a limited theatrical release on 6 April 2012. Purification stars Ciminera as Bret, a ruthless New York real-estate developer who begins to experience terrifying visions of souls trapped in limbo for the sins they committed in life.

The Pool Boys (2010)

The Pool Boys, also known as American Summer, is a 2011 comedy film directed by James B. Rogers. It stars Matthew Lillard, Brett Davern, Rachelle Lefèvre, Efren Ramirez and Tom Arnold. Principal photography began in late April 2007, with filming taking place throughout the New Orleans Metropolitan Area. Since wrapping at the end of the following month, the film struggled to find a wide release. The film was later released to home media on December 27, 2011.

Paraiso Travel (2008)

Young lovers travel to New York City where they are put to the test.

Palookaville (1996)

Palookaville is a 1995 motion picture about a trio of burglars and their dysfunctional family of origin. Prominent actors featured in the film include William Forsythe, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Vincent Gallo, Adam Trese and Frances McDormand. The film was directed by Alan Taylor.

Prom Night III: The Last Kiss (1990)

Prom Night III: The Last Kiss is a 1990 Canadian slasher horror comedy film and the third in the Prom Night franchise, continuing the storyline involving the murderous ghoul Mary Lou Maloney. This is the only entry to depart from the strictly horror genre of the series, and is instead a spoof of the previous films. It was released in theaters on June 1, 1990. This film was followed by a third sequel, titled Prom Night IV: Deliver Us from Evil.

The Peanut Butter Solution (1985)

The Peanut Butter Solution (French title: Opération beurre de pinottes) is a 1985 family film. The movie was directed by Michael Rubbo and is the 2nd in the Tales for All (Contes Pour Tous) series of children's movies created by Les Productions la Fête.

Providence (1977)

Providence is a 1977 French/Swiss film directed by Alain Resnais from a screenplay by David Mercer. It explores the processes of creativity through a portrayal of an ageing novelist, played by John Gielgud, who imagines scenes for his latest novel which draw upon his past history and his relationships with members of his family. The film won the 1978 César Award for Best Film.

The Passage (1979)

The Passage is a 1979 British action–war film directed by J. Lee Thompson and starring Anthony Quinn, James Mason, Malcolm McDowell and Patricia Neal. The film is based upon the 1976 novel, Perilous Passage by Bruce Nicolaysen, who also wrote the screenplay for the film.

Girls at Sea (1977)

Girls at Sea (Danish: Piger til søs) is a 1977 Danish comedy film directed by Finn Henriksen and starring Helle Merete Sørensen.

Four Times That Night (1972)

Four Times that Night (Italian: Quante volte... quella notte) is a 1971 Italian sex comedy film directed by Mario Bava.

Que Pena Tu Vida (2016)

In this romantic comedy, Javier and his girl have recently split. All Javier wants is to forget about his ex, but that is very difficult to do when he is always seeing her online. The only way to forget about her is to drink and party... or is it?

The Quickie (2001)

The Quickie is a 2001 crime film starring Jennifer Jason Leigh and Vladimir Mashkov, directed by Sergey Bodrov. It was entered into the 23rd Moscow International Film Festival where Vladimir Mashkov won the award for Best Actor.

The Ring (1952)

The Ring is an 1952 American boxing drama film directed by Kurt Neumann and based on an Irving Shulman´s novel. It tells the story of a Mexican American who becomes a boxer to gain reputation in the U.S. and be respected by the English-speaking white majority. The film was shot in various locations in Los Angeles. The film is basically a look at institutionalized bigotry.

Shadowman (1974)

Nuits Rouges is a 1974 French-Italian crime and thriller film directed by Georges Franju. The film was released in the U.S. in an English-dubbed version by New Line Cinema under the title Shadowman in 1975.

Necromancy (1972)

Necromancy (also known as The Witching) is a 1972 horror film directed by Bert I. Gordon and starring Orson Welles and Pamela Franklin.

The Old Man and the Sea (1999)

The Old Man and the Sea is a 1999 paint-on-glass-animated short film directed by Russian animator Aleksandr Petrov, based on the novel of the same name by Ernest Hemingway. The film won many awards, including the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film.

One Down, Two To Go (1982)

One Down, Two to Go is a 1982 American blaxploitation film written and directed by Fred Williamson and starring Fred Williamson, Jim Brown, Richard Roundtree and Jim Kelly. The plot revolves around a pair of tough cops Cal (Fred Williamson) and J (Jim Brown) who go after the mob, who jinxed the martial arts tournament and injured their friend, Chuck (Jim Kelly). In order to make the fights look more authentic during the fictitious martial arts tournament in the opening of the film they are in fact real and not staged, the winner of each fight got paid five hundred dollars and the loser one hundred dollars.

Otter 501 (2012)

A young woman named Katie helps rescue an orphaned sea otter pup and prepares it for a second chance at life with an adoptive mother.

One Fall (2016)

One Fall is a 2011 American fantasy drama film directed by Marcus Dean Fuller, and produced by Dean Silvers and Marlen Hecht. Filming took place in New York.

Out Of The Wilderness (2001)

Out of the Wilderness is a 2001 television film directed by Steve Kroschel.

Mad At The Moon (1992)

Mad at the Moon is a 1992 American horror and western film written and directed by Martin Donovan.

The Maids (1975)

The Maids (French: Les Bonnes) is a 1974 film that was directed by Christopher Miles. It is based on the play of the same title by the French dramatist Jean Genet. The film stars Glenda Jackson as Solange, Susannah York as Claire, Vivien Merchant as Madame, and Mark Burns as Monsieur. Solange and Claire are two housemaids who construct elaborate sadomasochistic rituals when their mistress (Madame) is away. The focus of their roleplaying is the murder of Madame and they take turns portraying either side of the power divide. The deliberate pace and devotion to detail guarantees that they always fail to actualize their fantasies by ceremoniously "killing" Madame at the ritual's denouement. Before it was filmed for the American Film Theatre, it ran at the Greenwich Theatre, London, with the same principal cast later used for the film version. The director, Christopher Miles planned the 12 day shoot with a single camera which could track anywhere over the set with the cinematographer Douglas Slocombe and deliberately implemented many of Genet's theatrical devices for the film. The camera was often static, the settings lush and extravagant. The film was shown at the 1975 Cannes Film Festival, but was not entered into the main competition.

Milan (1967)

Milan is a 1967 Hindi film directed by Adurthi Subba Rao. It was a remake of his hit Telugu film Mooga Manasulu (1963) and was produced by L. V. Prasad. The film stars Sunil Dutt, Nutan, Jamuna, Pran and Deven Varma. The award-winning and very popular music was given by Laxmikant Pyarelal. It is among the earliest films to deal with the theme of reincarnation.

Lila (1968)

Mantis in Lace is a 1968 sexploitation film directed by William Rotsler and produced by Harry Novak. At least two differently edited versions have been released, one of which has more emphasis on the sexual aspect of the film and one of which emphasizes its violent storyline. Per the Internet Movie Database (IMDb), the movie was released under the title, Lila, which coincides with the movie's opening scene also crediting the film's title as Lila.

Night Of The Creeps (1986)

Night of the Creeps is a 1986 American comedy horror written and directed by Fred Dekker, starring Tom Atkins, Jason Lively, Steve Marshall and Jill Whitlow. The film is an earnest attempt at a B movie and a homage to the genre. While the main plot of the film is related to zombies, the film also mixes in takes on slashers and alien invasion films. Night of the Creeps did not perform well at the box office, but it developed a cult following.

Nemesis (1992)

Nemesis is an 1992 American cyberpunk action film co-written and directed by Albert Pyun and starring Olivier Gruner, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Brion James, and Tim Thomerson. It is the first installment in the Nemesis film series.

The Prophecy 3: The Ascent (2000)

Danyael (Dave Buzzotta) is the offspring of an angel and a mortal woman. After being gunned down in a seemingly fatal shooting, he rises from the dead and realizes he possesses great powers. The evil angels Pyriel (Scott Cleverdon) and Zophael (Vincent Spano) then set out to convince Danyael to do their bidding and help wreak havoc on the planet. But former angel Gabriel (Christopher Walken), who was cast down to earth in human form, tries to sway Danyael toward the path of righteousness.

The Power Of Few (2013)

The Power of Few is a feature film directed, written and co-produced by American filmmaker Leone Marucci. It is a crime drama featuring five interconnected stories, set in New Orleans. The film has an ensemble cast that includes Christopher Walken, Christian Slater, Q'orianka Kilcher, Anthony Anderson, Jesse Bradford, Moon Bloodgood, Nicky Whelan, Devon Gearhart, Juvenile, Navid Negahban, Jordan Prentice, and Derek Richardson. The Power of Few was produced by Marucci through Steelyard Pictures with Q'orianka Kilcher and her company iQ Films.

Pecker (1998)

A Baltimore sandwich shop employee becomes an overnight sensation when photographs he's taken of his weird family become the latest rage in the art world.

Pray For Japan (2012)

Pray for Japan is a 2012 Japanese documentary film about the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. Stu Levy produced and directed the film. All of the crew, including Levy, volunteered to make it, and all of the profits from it will be donated to the non-profit organization JEN for their Tōhoku reconstruction projects. The film premiered in Tokyo on March 6, 2012, and showed for one night only in 15 North American AMC Theatres on March 14, 2012.

Palatak (1963)

Palatak is a 1963 Bengali film directed by Jatrik. The film features actors Anup Kumar, Sandhya Roy and Ruma Guha Thakurta in the lead roles. SHYAMSUNDAR GHOSH composed the music for the film.

Pray For Death (1985)

Hoping for a simple life, Japanese family man Akira Saito (Shô Kosugi) moves his wife and two sons from Tokyo to Houston to open a restaurant. But beneath Akira's innocent exterior lies his secret identity as a masterfully trained ninja. When crime leader Limehouse Willie (James Booth) wrongfully accuses Akira of stealing a precious necklace, Willie's gang murders Akira's wife. With his mask and deadly weapons, Akira vows to destroy the syndicate responsible for his wife's death.

Pastor Jones: Samuel and Delia (2008)

Samuel Sutherland, a charming and charismatic Pastor, is about to discover the true meaning of faith, prayer and forgiveness. Haunted by a tragic past and shunned by his friends and supporters, he begins to lose faith. After Samuel's world is turned upside down he finds himself on the street with just the clothes on his back and the good book in his hand. With nowhere to go but up, Samuel sets out on a journey to rediscover himself.

Prey For The Hunter (1990)

A reworking of the short story THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME. A businessman hunts down a photographer deep in the African jungle.

Nothing (2003)

Nothing is a 2003 Canadian philosophical comedy-drama film directed by Vincenzo Natali. It stars David Hewlett and Andrew Miller.

Never on Tuesday (1989)

Never on Tuesday is a 1989 American comedy film written and directed by Adam Rifkin. The film was released on VHS Video rental by Paramount Home Entertainment in 1989 and was originally slated to be re-released in the United States on DVD format through City Light Entertainment before the company went out of business.

Nazis At The Center Of The Earth (2012)

Nazis at the Center of the Earth is a direct-to-video sci-fi film produced by The Asylum that stars Dominique Swain and Jake Busey. It was released on April 24, 2012 on Blu-ray Disc and DVD. The United Kingdom release was called Bloodstorm. The Lexikon des internationalen Films considers the film a rip-off (mockbuster) aimed at exploiting the "hype" surrounding the film Iron Sky.

A New Wave (2007)

A New Wave is a 2006 independently produced comedy film written and directed by Jason Carvey.

Nynne (2005)

Nynne is a Danish film directed by Jonas Elmer, starring Mille Dinesen. It is based on the bestselling Danish novel Nynnes dagbog (en. Nynne's Diary) by Henriette Lind, Lotte Thorsen and Anette Vestergaard, which again was based on a popular newspaper column in Politiken. Nynne was the fourth-most seen film total in theaters in Denmark in 2005, with 429,301 tickets sold. (The most seen was Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire). Dinesen reprised the role in a short series the following year.

Like Grains of Sand (1995)

Like Grains of Sand is a Japanese drama film released on December 16, 1995 by Toho Company Ltd. The film was directed and written by Ryosuke Hashiguchi and features a lead role played by Japan's highest selling female musician Ayumi Hamasaki. It won three major awards in 1996 and 1997 including an award for best screenplay and two international awards. It was featured in the 1996 Toronto International Film Festival in Canada as well as the 1997 International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival in Turin, Italy.

The Nest (1988)

The Nest is an American creature feature horror film, based on the novel by Eli Cantor (under the pseudonym of Gregory A Douglas), from Roger Corman's Concorde Pictures and producer Julie Corman. The tagline is "Roaches have never tasted flesh... until now." Flesh-eating zombie-like mutant cockroaches terrorize a peaceful island community presented as a New England fishing village. However, the film was created on location at Bronson Caves, Bronson Canyon, Griffith Park in Los Angeles, as well as Malibu, Leo Carillo Beach, and Catalina Island.

The Recipe (2010)

The Recipe is a 2010 South Korean film about a television producer who finds out many surprising truths while tracking down the story about a mysterious bean paste stew. Behind the captivating taste lies a woman’s unfortunate life and love story.

Redemption (2012)

A grieving sheriff buries his daughter, then learns that a man has been robbing graves. He is forced to examine his beliefs on mercy, justice and redemption as he tracks him down.

Rage Of Honor (1987)

When his partner is murdered, Shiro is halted by the police chief who insists that the case be dropped. Under the guise of a vacation with his wife, Shiro follows a lead to Singapore and discovers that the killers are trying to steal a top-secret government disk.

The Rats Are Coming! The Werewolves Are Here! (1972)

The Rats Are Coming! The Werewolves Are Here! is a 1972 American film written and directed by Andy Milligan.

Rise of the Dead (2007)

A woman (Erin Wilk) battles the undead in a sleepy Ohio town.

Red Hill (2010)

On Constable Shane Cooper's first day with the Red Hill Police Department, a convicted murderer escapes from prison and seeks revenge on the men who put him there.

Storefront Hitchcock (1998)

Filmmaker Jonathan Demme showcases the music of British singer- songwriter Robyn Hitchcock in a New York storefront setting with a live audience.

Roving Mars (2006)

Join the Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity for an awe-inspiring journey on the surface of the mysterious red planet. Through the eyes of these two intrepid, state-of-the-art rovers, and with NASA scientists and engineers at your side, you'll see Mars in a way no one ever has before, standing on the surface of the planet that's intrigued mankind for eons.

Relative Fear (1995)

Relative Fear (also known as The Child and Le silence d'Adam) is a 1994 Canadian, independent, psychological horror film that references the 1956 film The Bad Seed. An autistic child is seemingly born to kill, and so he does.

Rabid Grannies (1988)

Grannies are the greatest. They bake pies, tell stories and take you to the zoo. They don’t ask for an arm and a leg in return. THEY WANT YOUR WHOLE BODY! It’s off to grandmother’s house we go for Rabid Grannies, the blood-splattered tale of two little old ladies who open a surprise package from Hell. Out slithers a mysterious fog that turns the grannies into ghouls who can’t wait to sink their dentures into human flesh. Luckily for them, they have a houseful of juicy guests. Unluckily for their guests, these bone-crunching battle-axes just can’t get filled up. RABID GRANNIES – these biddies bite!

Revenge of the Stolen Stars (1986)

Revenge of the Stolen Stars is a 1985 American comedy fantasy film directed by Ulli Lommel and starring Klaus Kinski, Suzanna Love, Barry Hickey and Ulli Lommel.

Rubberface (1981)

Rubberface is a 1981 television film made for CBC television starring Jim Carrey. Originally titled Introducing... Janet, it was changed to Rubberface for the video release after Carrey's success.

Chinatown After Dark (1931)

Chinatown After Dark is a 1931 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Stuart Paton. The film costars several favorites from the silent film era.

Dracula (2009)

Dracula begins a reign of terror in Hollywood, and Van Helsing seeks revenge.

Heroes (1977)

Heroes is a 1977 American drama film directed by Jeremy Kagan and starring Henry Winkler, Sally Field and Harrison Ford (in his first post-Star Wars role, but filmed before that movie's release). Winkler plays a Vietnam War veteran with PTSD who sets about finding the men from his unit that had served in Vietnam. Field plays his at-first-reluctant girlfriend and Ford plays one of the former soldiers in his unit, now a dysfunctional stock car driver in Sedalia, Missouri who keeps a stolen M-16 in his motor home. This was the first film released after the conflict ended in 1975 to address Vietnam War issues.

Red Stallion In The Rockies (1949)

Red Stallion in the Rockies is a 1949 American Cinecolor film directed by Ralph Murphy. Mary Grant designed the film's costumes.

Try (2000)

'Try' is the true, inspirational story of three talented U.S. rugby players who sacrifice it all for the chance to represent their country in the world's third most watched sporting event-the Rugby World Cup. As amateurs pitted against the world's best professional squads, 'Try' takes you deep into the world of Rugby and their dream for a nation that seemingly doesn't even know their sport exists.

The Secret (2018)

Five men reunite after 15 years to unravel the mystery behind a girl's suicide.

I'm Now: The Story Of Mudhoney (2012)

In the harsh world of the music industry, survival is the greatest revenge. Today Mudhoney stands as one of the only survivors of a musical movement that inspired a generation and changed Rock and Roll forever. The band's seminal hit "Touch Me I'm Sick" is on the short list of songs that define Grunge, the early '90s rock renaissance and, let's face it, is one of the best rock songs ever, regardless of genre niche or time period. Mudhoney's music and attitude have inspired countless artists and continue to do so today. This documentary tells the story of Mudhoney from their very beginnings, to following them on their recent world tour and everything in between. Complete with testimonials from friends, music industry veterans, and musicians such as Pearl Jam's Stone Gossard & Jeff Ament, Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore & Kim Gordon, Soundgarden's Kim Thayil, and Mudhoney themselves, this movie shows the true story of the founding fathers of Grunge (please do not describe Mudhoney as the founding fathers of Grunge). I'M NOW: The Story Of Mudhoney is a portrait of a band that has seen and done it all, while never losing site of why they originally started playing music... to have a good time! After meeting in college, filmmakers Ryan Short and Adam Pease established King of Hearts Productions in 2004 and hit the ground running, producing concert DVDs and music videos for MTV and Fuse, all while still in their early 20s. In 2008 the filmmakers were nominated for an award by MTV Europe for one of their music videos, that same year they released their second documentary film, the critically acclaimed TAD: Busted Circuits and Ringing Ears. In Late 2009 filming began on I'm Now when the filmmakers traveled to Japan to document Mudhoney's world tour for the album The Lucky Ones. Filming continued as Mudhoney traveled to Europe and South America.

I'm Not Patrick (2015)

Seth's twin brother Patrick commits suicide, after which Seth has a difficult time asserting his individuality.

The I'm Exhausted Concert (1988)

The sun's too bright, the traffic's going to be bad, there's too many people out there... It's just easier to sit back on the couch and laugh with RICHARD LEWIS.

Messenger of the Truth (2013)

Narrated by Martin Sheen, this documentary tells the remarkable true story of Father Jerzy Popieluszko, the Catholic priest and human rights activist who paid the ultimate price to faithfully inspire the people of Poland to stand against the oppressive Communist rule of the 1980s. Decades following his death, Father Jerzy's powerful sermons on human rights, rallying against tyranny and injustice, and advocating for truth and personal freedoms are still celebrated on an international scale, assuredly sending this martyr on his path to sainthood.

Akintunde: The Whole Truth (2012)

Hilarious, bold, fresh and groundbreaking are just a few of the words used to describe comedian Akintunde and his stand-up comedy special THE WHOLE TRUTH. Akintunde rocks the packed house with his inspirational brand of comedy, breaking down life from his unique and show-stopping point of view.

Alien Opponent (2011)

Alien Opponent is a 2010 American science fiction film written and directed by Colin Theys and starring Roddy Piper. It was first broadcast on Chiller and later released on DVD by Shout! Factory.

Caught (2012)

A young family man risks everything to pursue forbidden desires.

Carry on Emmannuelle (1978)

Carry On Emmannuelle is the 30th in the series of Carry On films to be made, and was released in 1978. This was the last Carry On film to be made until Carry On Columbus in 1992. The film was to be the final Carry On for many regulars, including Kenneth Williams (in his 26th Carry On), Kenneth Connor (in his 17th), Joan Sims (in her 24th) and Peter Butterworth (in his 16th). Jack Douglas and Jim Dale are the only regulars from the original run of Carry On films to bridge the gap to Carry On Columbus. Beryl Reid and Suzanne Danielle make their only appearances in the series here. The film featured a change in style, becoming more openly sexual. This was highlighted by the implied behaviour of Suzanne Danielle, though she does not bare any more flesh than any other Carry On female lead. These changes brought the film closer to the then popular series of X-rated Confessions... comedies, or indeed the official Emmanuelle films it parodies. This, and the previous Carry On England, were the only films in the series to be certified AA by the then British Board of Film Censors. This restricted audiences to those aged fourteen and over.

Basil (1998)

Basil is a 1998 British historical drama film directed by Radha Bharadwaj and starring Christian Slater, Jared Leto, Claire Forlani and Derek Jacobi. It was based on the 1852 novel Basil by Victorian author Wilkie Collins. The adaptation is by Bharadwaj.

See You After School (2006)

See You After School is a 2006 South Korean comical melodrama about typical loser's zero to hero conquest.

Bob the Builder: Digging for Treasure (2005)

Bob and his buddy scoop build things. They build big things. This time Bob and Scoop are digging a ditch and the find dinosaur bones. Bob just found a treasure, and he must give it to the local museum so it is safe. But not so fast, says Spud. Spud is trying to stop Bob the Builder and Scoop from delivering all the treasure pieces. Spud made a museum of his own out of the dinosaur bones. But not to worry, Bob the Builder and Scoop save the treasure by alerting Scrubby the detective of the misdeeds of Spud.

The Brainiacs.Com (2000)

The Brainiacs.com is a 2000 American direct-to-video family comedy film, starring Michael Angarano and Kevin Kilner. The screenplay was written by Jeff Phillips and the film was directed by Blair Treu.

Barney: Egg-Cellent Adventures (2010)

Join Barney and the rest of his friends, including Baby Bop, as they celebrate Easter. They hide eggs and learn about ways that other countries celebrate the holiday. One very special guest is Mother Goose. While on their adventures, Barney and his friends also meet a rabbit and baby chicks.