My Boyfriend's Back (1993)

Teenager Johnny Dingle (Andrew Lowery, Color of Night) will do anything to keep his date with the hottest girl in school—even come back from the grave! You see, Johnny had the perfect scheme to win the heart of Missy McCloud (Traci Lind, Class of 1999), the town beauty. Unfortunately, Johnny’s scam goes sour and he winds up dead. Even so, Johnny’s determined to keep his date—unaware of the hilarity waiting for him upon his return. The wonderful cast includes Edward Herrmann (The Lost Boys), Mary Beth Hurt (D.A.R.Y.L.), Austin Pendleton (Hello Again), Matthew Fox (Bone Tomahawk), Philip Seymour Hoffman (Boogie Nights), Paul Dooley (Popeye), Jay O. Sanders (V.I. Warshawski), Bob Dishy (The Big Bus), Matthew McConaughey (A Time to Kill) and Cloris Leachman (Scavenger Hunt) as Maggie the Zombie Expert. Produced by Sean S. Cunningham (Friday the 13th), written by Dean Lorey (Major Payne) and directed by Bob Balaban (Parents).

The Proud Ones (1956)

The Proud Ones is a 1956 western film directed by Robert D. Webb and starring Robert Ryan and Virginia Mayo.

Zu Warriors (2001)

The Legend of Zu, also known as Zu Warriors, is a 2001 Hong Kong film produced and directed by Tsui Hark. The film starred Ekin Cheng, Cecilia Cheung, Louis Koo, Patrick Tam, Kelly Lin, Wu Jing, with special appearances by Sammo Hung and Zhang Ziyi. It is based on the same source as the 1983 film Zu Warriors from the Magic Mountain.

CJ7 (2008)

A poor laborer father and his young son's lives are turned upside down when a fascinating and strange new pet enters their world. Amid the resulting comic mayhem, they ultimately learn a poignant lesson about the true nature of family and the things money can't buy.

McKenna Shoots for the Stars (2012)

Meet McKenna Brooks, a determined and confident young gymnast, in this all-new, modern-day adventure. McKenna is on track to make the regional competitive gymnastics team, but off track in school, where she’s suddenly struggling to keep up. When her teacher suggests a tutor, she’s embarrassed and desperate to keep it a secret from her friends. Then a bad fall at the gym sidetracks her from her favorite sport. Will she recover in time to make the team? Can she succeed in school, too? McKenna needs to focus on her strengths to overcome her challenges—and, with the help of family and friends, find a way to believe in herself again. Starring Nia Vardalos (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Ian Ziering (TV’s “Beverly Hills, 90210”), and gymnastics champion Cathy Rigby, this heart-warming story will have the whole family cheering!

Holla (2006)

Monica St. John, star of the popular sitcom "Baby Gurl", and her friends head for a weekend escape at a remote cabin in the mountains. Along the way they pick up a few unwanted stragglers, including the starlet's boyfriend's ex-con cousin and her agent hoping to convince her to renew her contract. When a severe storm moves in and cuts off the power, it becomes a free-for-all of accusationsand suspicion as the bodies start to mount. One by one the friends are being murdered. Is it the ex-con cousin? Or the angry agent? Or is there someone else in the house they don't know about? With no way out, it's everyone for himself!

Sour Grapes (2016)

Sour Grapes is an American crime documentary about Rudy Kurniawan, by filmmakers Jerry Rothwell and Reuben Atlas, which was debuted at film festivals in October 2016 and on Netflix in the following month.

Duel at Diablo (1966)

Duel at Diablo is a 1966 western film starring James Garner in his first Western since leaving Maverick and Sidney Poitier in his first Western. Based on Marvin H. Albert's 1957 novel Apache Rising, the film was written by Albert and Michael M. Grilikhes and directed by Ralph Nelson who had directed Poitier in Lilies of the Field. The supporting cast includes Bibi Andersson, Bill Travers, Dennis Weaver and John Hoyt; Ralph Nelson has a cameo as an Army Major. The movie was shot on location amidst striking scenery in Utah; the musical score was composed by Neal Hefti.

Force Of Execution (2013)

Force of Execution is a 2013 action crime film directed by Keoni Waxman, written by Richard Beattie and Michael Black, and starring Steven Seagal, Ving Rhames, and Danny Trejo. The movie marks the fourth collaboration between Steven Seagal and Keoni Waxman (following The Keeper, A Dangerous Man, and Maximum Conviction), and the fourth collaboration between Steven Seagal and executive producer Binh Dang (following Into the Sun, True Justice, and Maximum Conviction). The film is set and filmed in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Mr. Denning Drives North (1951)

Mr. Denning Drives North is a 1951 British mystery film directed by Anthony Kimmins and starring John Mills, Phyllis Calvert and Eileen Moore. The plot concerns an aircraft manufacturer (Mills) who accidentally kills the boyfriend (Herbert Lom) of his daughter (Moore) and tries to dispose of the body. Alec Coppel wrote the script, adapted from his own novel. It was made at Shepperton Studios.

Skanks (2014)

Amateur performers -- some gay and some straight -- form a makeshift family as they create an original drag musical in a conservative Southern city.

Broken (2014)

Two sisters attempt to reconnect after years apart.

The Gypsy and the Gentleman (1958)

The Gypsy and the Gentleman is a 1958 British film directed by Joseph Losey. It stars Melina Mercouri and Keith Michell.

Lullaby (2008)

A Tennessee woman (Melissa Leo) travels to Johannesburg, South Africa, where a drug lord (Joey Dedio) holds her son (Renier Basson) for ransom.

Wasted On The Young (2010)

Wasted on the Young is a 2011 Australian thriller, directed by first-time feature filmmaker Ben C. Lucas, and shot by cinematographer Dan Freene, which tells the story of a traumatic high school incident that sets off a fatal chain of events for two brothers. The film was shot in 2009 at an ultra modern mansion in City Beach and at Edith Cowan University’s Mount Lawley and Joondalup campuses. The film received $750,000 in ScreenWest funding through its West Coast Visions initiative, as well as funding from Screen Australia.

Bright Road (1953)

Bright Road is a 1953 low-budget film adapted from the Christopher Award-winning short story "See How They Run" by Mary Elizabeth Vroman. Directed by Gerald Mayer and featuring a nearly all-black cast, the film stars Dorothy Dandridge as an idealistic first-year elementary school teacher trying to reach out to a problem student. The movie is also notable as the first feature film appearance by Harry Belafonte, who co-stars as the principal of the school.

Sylvester (1985)

Sylvester is a 1985 film directed by Tim Hunter. It stars Richard Farnsworth and Melissa Gilbert. The movie was nominated for a Young Artist Award in 1986.

Journey To The End Of The Night (2006)

Journey to the End of the Night is a 2006 independent film directed by Eric Eason starring Brendan Fraser, Mos Def, Scott Glenn, Alice Braga and Catalina Sandino Moreno.

A Man of Passion (1989)

An 11-year-old pianist (R.J. Williams) bonds with his painter grandfather (Anthony Quinn) on a summer visit to Spain.

Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police (1939)

Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police is a 1939 English Castle murder mystery film directed by James P. Hogan, based on the H. C. McNeile novel Temple Tower. It is one of many films featuring the British sleuth and adventurer Bulldog Drummond and the first to cast American actor John Howard as Drummond. The story is set 28 miles outside London in Rockingham, as a sign on the railroad station states.

The Warped Ones (1960)

The Warped Ones is a 1960 Japanese Sun Tribe film directed by Koreyoshi Kurahara and starring Tamio Kawachi, Eiji Go, Yuko Chishiro and Noriko Matsumoto. It was produced and distributed by the Nikkatsu Company. The story concerns the young hoodlum Akira, his friends, their transgressions and specifically their revenge on the couple that got him sent to jail, a reporter and his fiancée. When the fiancée finds herself pregnant by Akira she enlists his help with her finance who has become distant since the attack.

When the Drum Is Beating (2011)

A history of Haiti begins with its founding and shows the devastating earthquake in 2010.

Can She Bake a Cherry Pie? (1983)

Can She Bake a Cherry Pie? is a 1983 American comedy film directed by Henry Jaglom. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival. The film takes place in and was filmed in the New York City borough of Manhattan. It was released on home video and received mixed reviews.

Mona (2012)

The ancient mystery of women, short-lived passion and human nature.

The God Question (2014)

A scientist asks a super computer if God exists, and the machine is able to answer the question.

Action in Arabia (1944)

Action in Arabia (AKA Danger in Damascus and International Zone) is a 1944 film starring George Sanders and Virginia Bruce. The film was written by Philip MacDonald and Herbert J. Biberman, and directed by Leonide Moguy. The supporting cast includes Gene Lockhart and Robert Armstrong, and the plot involves trouble and intrigue with the Nazis in Damascus, who scheme to seize control of the Suez Canal.

Man, Woman and Child (1983)

Man, Woman and Child is a 1983 American drama film directed by Dick Richards and written by Erich Segal and David Zelag Goodman. It is based on Erich Segal's book of the same name. The film stars Martin Sheen, Blythe Danner, Craig T. Nelson, David Hemmings, Nathalie Nell and Maureen Anderman. The film was released on April 1, 1983, by Paramount Pictures.

Revenge of the Creature (1955)

When The Gill Man escapes from his tank at the aquarium, kidnapping Lori Nelson along the way, it’s up to scientist John Agar to track him down.

The Buckskin Lady (1957)

The Buckskin Lady is a 1957 American film directed by Carl K. Hittleman and starring Patricia Medina in the titular role and Richard Denning as her leading man. The supporting cast features Gerald Mohr, Henry Hull, and Hank Worden. The movie's tagline was, She hid her scarlet past behind a pair of silver .45s!

Roche papier ciseaux (2013)

Rock Paper Scissors is a 2013 Canadian thriller film from Québec directed by Yan Lanouette Turgeon, which he co-wrote with André Gulluni. The third film to be produced by Camera Oscura, producer Christine Falco described it as a work of hyperlink cinema. Lanouette Turgeon's debut feature is the story of three men—Boucane (Samian), Lorenzo, and Vincent —whose lives are brought together through a strange sequence of events.

The Do-Deca-Pentathlon (2012)

The Do-Deca-Pentathlon is a 2012 independent comedy film written and directed brothers Jay Duplass and Mark Duplass. The film stars Mark Kelly, Steve Zissis, Jennifer Lafleur, and Julie Vorus. The film had its world premiere at SXSW on March 11, 2012. It was released on June 26, 2012, through video on demand, prior to being released in a limited release on July 6, 2012, by Fox Searchlight and Red Flag Releasing.

Crackerjack (2013)

A softball player (Wes Murphy) from a long line of irresponsible and absent fathers confronts impending parenthood.

Woman of Straw (1964)

Woman of Straw is a 1964 British crime thriller starring Gina Lollobrigida and Sean Connery. It was directed by Basil Dearden and written by Robert Muller and Stanley Mann, adapted from the 1964 novel by Catherine Arley.

The Black Raven (1943)

The Black Raven is a 1943 American film directed by Sam Newfield, produced and released by Producers Distributing Corporation.

The Inhabitants (2015)

A young couple buy an old bed and breakfast in New England and quickly learn the old house is hiding a dark secret within its walls.

Villa Des Roses (2002)

Villa des Roses is a 2002 film by Frank Van Passel, adapted from the 1913 novella by Belgian writer Willem Elsschot and starring Julie Delpy, Shaun Dingwall, Shirley Henderson, Timothy West, Harriet Walter and Albert Delpy. It won Best Feature at the Hollywood Film Festival and was nominated for three awards at the British Independent Film Awards.

Waxwork (1988)

Waxwork is a 1988 American horror comedy film written and directed by Anthony Hickox and starring Zach Galligan, Deborah Foreman, Michelle Johnson, David Warner, Dana Ashbrook, and Patrick Macnee.

Ruthless (1948)

Ruthless is a 1948 drama film noir directed by Edgar G. Ulmer and starring Zachary Scott, Sydney Greenstreet and Louis Hayward.

Spaceways (1953)

A team of top scientists is assembled to develop the world's first satellite station in space. In the post WWII environment the loyalties of the scientists must be unquestionable. As the project nears completion one of the team disappears, a desperate race against time begins to stop the plans falling into the hands of the enemy.

Recount (2008)

Recount is a 2008 television film about the 2000 United States presidential election. The political drama was written by Danny Strong, directed by Jay Roach, and produced by Michael Haussman. It premiered on HBO on May 25, 2008. The DVD was released on August 19, 2008.

Lisztomania (1975)

The shaggy-maned idol rips into his song–and the audience screams with excitement. Some ecstatic fans storm the stage, wanting simply to touch him. Some want to bear his child. One adoring woman announces she already has. And outside the hall, a horse-drawn carriage waits to whisk the performer away. Meet Franz Liszt (Roger Daltrey), rock star, circa 1840. And get ready for all the glitter, groupies and gaudy good times of Lisztomania. The incredible list of frenzied delights goes on and on in this splendiferous extravaganza from writer/director Ken Russell, whose works include Women in Love, Altered States and Crimes of Passion. He takes you where no one else does. Or dares. Brace yourself for Lisztomania. Viewers expecting a polite gathering of people neatly posed on Louis XVI furniture are going to be blown out of their chairs!

Whoopee! (1930)

A hypochondriac travelling the Old West looking for a cure for his ailments gets into trouble when he meets a young woman on the run and agrees to give her a ride - soon he finds her family and friends in pursuit under the impression that they have eloped together.

Tower Of London (1962)

Horror movie king Vincent Price stars in this chilling tale based on the story of King Richard III, a disfigured and insane man who tortured his way to the British throne.

First Man Into Space (1959)

In this interstellar cautionary tale, brash U.S. Navy test pilot Dan Prescott, hungry for fame, rockets himself beyond Earth’s atmosphere, only to become encrusted with cosmic dust and return a blood-drinking monster.

Love In The Time Of Monsters (2014)

Love in the Time of Monsters is a 2014 comedy horror film directed by Matt Jackson and starring Doug Jones, Kane Hodder, Mike McShane, Shawn Weatherly and Heather Rae Young. It was produced and distributed by TBC Films and Indican Pictures respectively. It premiered at the Cinequest Film Festival and was released on DVD and VOD in the U.S. and Canada on February 17, 2015. The title is a play on Love in the Time of Cholera, a novel by Gabriel García Márquez.

The Custom Mary (2011)

The Custom Mary is a 2011 American drama film written and directed by Matt Dunnerstick. Set in Los Angeles, the film tells the story of young Latina in East Los Angeles, who meets an African-American Lowrider, and struggles to reconcile her faith and blossoming love affair while becoming dangerously involved in a religious attempt to clone Jesus.

The Colossus of New York (1958)

The Colossus of New York is a 1958 black-and-white science fiction film from Paramount Pictures that was produced by William Alland and directed by Eugène Lourié. It stars Ross Martin, Otto Kruger, John Baragrey, Mala Powers, and Charles Herbert. The screenplay was written by Thelma Schnee, the maiden name of Thelma Moss, who would go on to become a famous parapsychologist. The story for the film is credited to Willis Goldbeck. John P. Fulton handled the special photographic effects. Colossus was released in 1958 on a double bill with The Space Children in most areas. . Following an accident, Jeremy Spensser's brain is transplanted by his scientist father into the huge body of an unattractive, frightening cyborg, this to save his brilliant son's mind so it can continue to serve mankind.

An American Hippie in Israel (1972)

Grindhouse Releasing is proud to present the highly-anticipated release of one of cult cinema's legendary lost classics. Machine gun wielding mimes, robots, blood thirsty sharks, free loving debauchery and poignant anti-war monologues by raving mad hippies, all this and more is present in writer-director-prophet Amos Sefer's allegorical independent film, AN AMERICAN HIPPIE IN ISRAEL. Far out!

The Tattooed Police Horse (1964)

Barred from racing for breaking stride, a trotting horse finds a new career as a police officer's (Sandy Sanders) mount in Boston.

Jack (1996)

Jack is a 1996 American comedy-drama film directed by Francis Ford Coppola and featuring Robin Williams, Diane Lane, Jennifer Lopez, Fran Drescher, Bill Cosby, and Brian Kerwin. Williams plays the role of Jack Powell, a boy who ages four times faster than normal as a result of a disease, Werner syndrome, a form of progeria.

40 Guns to Apache Pass (1967)

40 Guns to Apache Pass is a 1967 Western Pathécolor film directed by William Witney and starring Audie Murphy. The picture was Murphy's last leading role and the final film of Robert E. Kent Productions.

Alien Contact: NASA Exposed (2014)

Hundreds of whistle blowers claim NASA reverse engineered a crashed UFO in 1936 and remain in contact with extraterrestrials.

Twice-Told Tales (1963)

Twice-Told Tales (1963) is an American horror film directed by Sidney Salkow and starring Vincent Price.

Julie (1956)

Julie is a 1956 film noir written and directed by Andrew L. Stone and starring Doris Day.

Crossover (2006)

Crossover is a 2006 American basketball film. Crossover stars Anthony Mackie, Wesley Jonathan, Wayne Brady, and Philip Champion in his film debut. It was written and directed by Preston A. Whitmore II and produced by Frank Mancuso Jr. Crossover was shot primarily in two cities in the United States, Detroit and Los Angeles. It was filmed between July 22, 2005 and August 28, 2005.

Millie (1931)

Millie (1931) is a Pre-Code drama film directed by John Francis Dillon from a screenplay by Charles Kenyon and Ralph Morgan, based on a novel of the same name by Donald Henderson Clarke. The film was an independent production by Charles R. Rogers, distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, after their acquisition of Pathé Exchange. It starred Helen Twelvetrees in one of her best roles, with a supporting cast which included Lilyan Tashman, James Hall, Joan Blondell, John Halliday and Anita Louise.

The Toyman Killer (2013)

A criminal psychologist (Sarah Carter) evaluates the sanity of a death-row inmate (Magda Apanowicz) who shows signs of multiple personality disorder.

Ghostline (2015)

Tyler and Chelsea begin to receive threatening phone calls from an unstable woman claiming Tyler is her ex-boyfriend.

Saleslady (1938)

A young woman, heiress to a fortune, becomes a saleslady in a department store; she marries a salesman and sets up housekeeping, all the while pretending to be as poor as he is.

Upstream Color (2013)

Upstream Color is a 2013 American science fiction drama film written, directed, produced, edited, composed, designed, cast by and starring Shane Carruth. The film is the second feature directed by Carruth, best known for his 2004 debut Primer. Upstream Color stars Amy Seimetz, Carruth, Andrew Sensenig, and Thiago Martins. Upstream Color is about two people whose lives and behaviors are affected by a complex parasite—without knowing it—that has a three-stage life cycle in which it passes from humans to pigs to orchids. "A man and woman are drawn together, entangled in the life cycle of an ageless organism. Identity becomes an illusion as they struggle to assemble the loose fragments of wrecked lives."

Planet of the Vampires (1965)

After landing on a mysterious planet, a team of astronauts begin to turn on each other, swayed by the uncertain influence of the planet and its strange inhabitants.

True Crime (1995)

True Crime is a 1996 film that was directed and written by Pat Verducci. It starred Alicia Silverstone and Kevin Dillon.

Tryggare kan ingen vara (1993)

An ex-convict seeks revenge on the man who foiled his attempted crime and later wrote a book about the incident.

Angels Wash Their Faces (1939)

The Angels Wash Their Faces is a 1939 Warner Bros. film starring Ronald Reagan and The Dead End Kids.

Against All Flags (1952)

Hollywood legends Errol Flynn and Maureen O’Hara team for a swashbuckling adventure in Against All Flags . Onboard a 1700s merchant ship, determined British naval officer Lieutenant Brian Hawke (Flynn) bravely endures twenty lashes with the intent of using the wounds to help him go undercover on the pirate island of Libertania. Once there, however, Hawke is brought before the colony’s head pirates, the Captains of the Coast, and forced to prove himself in a fight to the death. As he endures the various trials of a pirate, he finds himself drawn to the beautiful buccaneer Spitfire (O’Hara) and torn between her and his mission to disarm the renegade settlement. Co-starring Anthony Quinn, it’s a Technicolor epic filled with buxom maidens, breathtaking swordplay and dazzling spectacle.

Rhythm on the River (1940)

Rhythm on the River is a 1940 musical comedy film directed by Victor Schertzinger and starring Bing Crosby and Mary Martin as ghostwriters whose songs are credited to a composer played by Basil Rathbone. Crosby and Martin sang "Only Forever", for which James V. Monaco (music) and Johnny Burke (lyrics) were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song.

The Red Sneakers (2002)

The Red Sneakers is a 2002 American fantasy comedy-drama television film produced and directed by Gregory Hines. The film stars Vanessa Bell Calloway, Dempsey Pappion, and Ruben Santiago-Hudson. It premiered on Showtime on February 10, 2002.

Square Shooter (1935)

Square Shooter, which was also known under the title Quicksand, is a 1935 American Western directed by David Selman, which stars Tim McCoy, Jacqueline Wells, and Erville Alderson.

Neil Stryker and the Tyrant of Time (2017)

The world's greatest secret agent struggles to rescue his young son from his infamous mentor.

Another Dawn (1937)

Another Dawn (a.k.a. Caesar's Wife) is a 1937 American film melodrama starring Errol Flynn and Kay Francis, based on Somerset Maugham's play Caesar's Wife. The film was directed by William Dieterle.

Smash-Up on Interstate 5 (1976)

Seven people are about to face catastrophe when they are suddenly thrown into a tragic thirty-nine car pile up. Exploding vehicles and daring rescues in the ultimate auto disaster.

Killer Kid (1967)

A U.S. Army officer disguises himself as a famous gunfighter to stop revolutionaries south of the border. But when he falls in love with the daughter of a guerilla leader, he begins to understand their fight against cruelty and corruption.

Diana & Me (1997)

Diana & Me is a 1997 Australian romantic comedy film directed by David Parker and starring Toni Collette, Dominic West and John Simm.

Checkpoint (1956)

Checkpoint is a 1956 British film noir crime drama film directed by Ralph Thomas and starring Anthony Steel, Odile Versois, Stanley Baker, and James Robertson Justice.

Escape to Paradise (1939)

Escape to Paradise is a 1939 American film directed by Erle C. Kenton.

John Lewis: Get in the Way (2017)

The life and work of the civil rights leader and congressman.

Golden Needles (1974)

Golden Needles (also released under the title The Chase for the Golden Needles) is a 1974 American action/adventure film starring Joe Don Baker, Elizabeth Ashley, Ann Sothern, Jim Kelly, Burgess Meredith, and Roy Chiao. The film was directed by Robert Clouse and shot on location in Hong Kong.

Government Girl (1943)

Dollar-a-year-man Ed Browne (Sonny Tufts) may be skilled at building bombers, but he's a nincompoop about navigating wartime Washington. Good thing he has a livewire secretary with plenty of bureaucratic moxie to get him out of (but sometimes into) hot water. Of course the unlikely duo falls in love, but not before they tangle with spies, stolen files, double-booked hotel rooms and a nefarious Senate inquiry. Two-time Best Actress Oscar winner Olivia de Havilland displays her comedy chops as the secretary in this antic comedy written by Dudley Nichols (Bringing Up Baby, Stagecoach), who also directs. The fun is amped by a splendid supporting cast, including Harry Davenport as a conscientious senator, Agnes Moorhead as a hostess with the mostest, Paul Stewart as a savvy reporter, and Anne Shirley and James Dunn as newlyweds searching the overcrowded capital for someplace...anyplace...with four walls and a door they can lock.

An American Love (1994)

An American Love (Italian: Un amore americano) is a 1994 Italian romantic comedy film co-written and directed by Piero Schivazappa and starring Carlo Delle Piane and Brooke Shields.

All's Well Ends Well (1992)

All's Well, Ends Well is a 1992 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Clifton Ko. The film stars Leslie Cheung, Stephen Chow, Raymond Wong, Maggie Cheung, Sandra Ng, and Teresa Mo.

Conundrum (1996)

A policewoman (Marg Helgenberger) searches for answers when her partner (Michael Biehn) is implicated in his pregnant wife's murder.

2047: Sights of Death (2014)

Ryan, a Green War rebel agent sent on a mission to collect evidence against the Confederate Central Government, for its heinous crimes. The mission quickly turns chaotic when he meets Tuage, a mutant survivor.

Alexander Hamilton (1931)

Alexander Hamilton is a 1931 American pre-Code biographical film about Alexander Hamilton, produced and distributed by Warner Bros. and based on the 1917 play Hamilton by George Arliss and Mary Hamlin. It was directed by John G. Adolfi and stars Arliss in the title role. It follows the attempts of Hamilton to establish a new financial structure for the United States following the Critical Period and the establishment of a new Constitution in 1787.

Hunter's Blood (1986)

'Hunter's Blood' is a 1986 action-horror-thriller film.

Miss Tibet: Beauty In Exile (2014)

Tibetan-American teenager Tenzin Khecheo travels to India to participate in a Western-style beauty pageant for exiled Tibetan women.

Little Giant (1946)

Little Giant is a 1946 film starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello.

Johnny Rocco (1958)

Johnny Rocco is a 1958 American black-and-white crime film produced by Scott R. Dunlap and directed by Paul Landres for Allied Artists, and starring Richard Eyer, Stephen McNally, and Coleen Gray.

New Frontier (1939)

Not to be confused with John Wayne's 1935 film The New Frontier New Frontier is a 1939 American Western film starring John Wayne, Ray "Crash" Corrigan, Raymond Hatton, and Jennifer Jones. This was the last of eight Three Mesquiteers Western B-movies with Wayne (there were fifty-one altogether). A restored 35 mm copy of the film exists and was screened at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City as part of a 2007 John Wayne centennial retrospective, which included The Big Trail, The Searchers, and True Grit. The leading lady is Jennifer Jones billed as Phylis Isley. The director was George Sherman.

Sorrowful Jones (1949)

Sorrowful Jones is a 1949 film directed by Sidney Lanfield. The film stars Lucille Ball and Bob Hope. It is also known as Damon Runyon's Sorrowful Jones. Sorrowful Jones was a remake of a 1934 Shirley Temple film, Little Miss Marker. In the film, a young girl is left with the notoriously cheap Sorrowful Jones (Hope) as a marker for a bet. When her father does not return, he learns that taking care of a child interferes with his free-wheeling lifestyle. Lucille Ball plays a nightclub singer who is dating Sorrowful's boss. Ball's singing voice is provided by Annette Warren, who also sang for her in Fancy Pants and later provided the singing voice for Ava Gardner in Show Boat.

A Girl at My Door (2014)

A Girl at My Door is a 2014 South Korean drama film directed by July Jung and stars Bae Doona as a policewoman who takes in an abused girl played by Kim Sae-ron. The film screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.

Bloody New Year (1987)

Teens (Suzy Aitchison, Nikki Brooks, Colin Heywood) enter an old island hotel haunted by ghosts from a 1960 New Year's Eve party.

The Advanced Guard (1998)

Aliens select Earth as their next target for invasion. Assuming human form, they randomly abduct four people. What the aliens don't count on is the resourcefulness of their prisoners. Human will, determination and ingenuity are soon put to the ultimate test asthe group desperately fights for their survival...and the survival of their planet.

The Last Appointment (1954)

A reporter and his girlfriend--also a reporter--investigate threats against a retired army officer and discover that they're linked to a series of murders and a court-martial that occurred during the war.

The Young Captives (1959)

The Young Captives is a 1959 film by Irvin Kershner.

Cause for Alarm! (1951)

Cause for Alarm! is a 1951 film noir suspense film directed by Tay Garnett, written by Mel Dinelli and Tom Lewis, based on a story by Larry Marcus. Ellen (Loretta Young) narrates the tale of "the most terrifying day of my life", how she was taking care of her bedridden husband George Z. Jones (Barry Sullivan) when he suddenly dropped dead. The film is in the public domain.

Perry Mason: The Case of the Poisoned Pen (1990)

Lawyer Mason (Raymond Burr) defends a writer (Barbara Babcock) accused of killing her mystery-writer ex-husband at a cocktail party.

Athens, Ga. - Inside/Out (1987)

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Exile Nation: The Plastic People (2014)

Many deportees from the U.S. wind up in Tijuana, where they face harsh conditions as they struggle to survive in a cartel zone.