The Forgotten Coast (2007)
Seven elite surfers hunt for the world's best waves.
El rebelde (1943)
The poverty of its people forces a man to become a bandit who steals from the rich to give out to the homeless.
El Rey de la Pistola (1962)
Three criminals are hired by two masked men to rob a bank, but one of them betrays the others right in the middle of the action.
Malpractice lawyer Beth Garrett (Stephanie Zimbalist) takes on a new client, nurse Ellen Robertson (Gabrielle Carteris), who assisted during an apparently botched surgery that left a young patient dead. But Beth's husband, Dr. Ken Garrett (Markus Flanagan), was one of the surgeons who performed that operation, and it soon becomes apparent that Ellen's choice of lawyer was by no means coincidental. Complications pile up as Beth attempts to determine what really happened in that operating room.
El Rifle Implacable (1965)
Two sisters requested the help of an imprisoned bandit when they suffer a series of robberies at their ranch.
They Found Hell (2015)
After accidentally opening a portal to another dimension, college students find themselves trapped and hunted by the denizens of hell.
In the Palm of Your Hand (1951)
A woman murders her husband and tries to get an astrologer to help her kill her lover.
My Name is Paul (2013)
Paul (Andrew Roth) becomes blinded by hate and becomes determined to find and kill Peter (Elijah Chester), the enemy of his leader.
What Ever Happened to Timi (2014)
Dani deals with a blackmailer after he is recorded by Bögöcs having a drunken tryst with Timea, a former classmate, at a reunion. If he can convince Timea to sleep with Bögöcs, he hopes to save his upcoming marriage.
This documentary follows contestants competing for the title of "World's Most Beautiful Transsexual." The pageant takes place in Las Vegas, where the finalists will be offered parts in a Vegas show. Going beyond the glitz of the competition itself, filmmaker Jeremy Stanford joins six hopefuls as they return to their hometowns and families, and the film reveals the prejudice they faced in their youth and the part the pageant plays in asserting their transgender identities.
Demons of the Mind (1972)
Two 19th-century lovers (Paul Jones, Gillian Hills) are freed when torch-carrying villagers impale one's mad baron father (Robert Hardy).
Big Bad John (1990)
A lawman (Jimmy Dean) joins the chase for the mining-disaster hero (Doug English) described in Dean's 1961 hit record.
The Cavern (1965)
An American soldier (John Saxon), a British general (Brian Aherne), four soldiers and an Italian woman (Rosanna Schiaffino) are trapped with an ammunition cache.
Bending the Light (2014)
The art of filmmaking and photography and the link between the artisans who create camera lenses and the masters of light who use them.
Born of Fire (1987)
An astronomer (Suzan Crowley) and a flutist (Peter Firth) have a showdown in Turkey with a music master (Oh-Tee) out to melt Earth.
Skippy (Jackie Cooper) helps his buddy Sooky (Robert Coogan) save his dying mother from the poorhouse.
Sundara Purushan (1996)
A young man returns home years after he ran away. He tries to win over his childhood love, but she is in love with someone else; his brother implicates the girl's lover in a murder and sends him to jail.
Alas Doradas (1985)
Two friends from the Air Force earn their wings but face very different futures.
Life of the Party (1920)
When an attorney who is running for mayor heads to a party where adults dress like children, he is mugged and his fur coat is stolen. Wandering around in rompers like an oversized toddler, he creates chaos in the town.
Buenos Días, Condesita (1966)
A young woman who sells music recordings in the flea market in Madrid passes herself off as a friend's girlfriend so that he doesn't lose his inheritance.
Night Vision (1987)
A would-be writer (Stacy Carson) from Kansas moves to the city and receives nightly inspiration from a satanic video.
Anna Unbound (2015)
A woman's traumatic memories bubble to the surface in a fit of violent paranoia.
Dos Gallos y Dos Gallinas (1963)
Two charros rely on the luck that can give them a fighting cock to save from ruin an inherited ranch.
El Charro Inmortal (1955)
The most important moments in the life of Jorge Negrete, including his great artistic successes.
El Inocente (1955)
A mechanic feels obligated to marry a rich heiress in order to cover up what happened while he was drunk.
Roseanna McCoy (1949)
In the late 1800s, the longtime feud between the Kentucky McCoy family and the West Virginia Hatfields has lain dormant -- until Johnse Hatfield (Farley Granger) meets charming young Rosemary McCoy (Joan Evans) and falls in love. When the young couple declare their intention to marry, Johnse's father, Anse Hatfield (Charles Bickford), protests, but he's also pleased that the feud can be renewed. Violence between the clans breaks out with tragic results, but Johnse and Rosemary stand fast.
The Salzburg Connection (1972)
A U.S. lawyer (Barry Newman) joins Austrian intrigue over an old box containing names of Nazi collaborators.
Terror in Beverly Hills (1988)
World peace hangs in the balance as a former Green Beret prepares to rescue the president's daughter from terrorists.
The Dolphin (1987)
Every month, during the full moon, a Brazilian fishing village receives a mysterious guest. A dolphin becomes a human man (Carlos Alberto Riccelli) known as "o boto" or dolphin man. He roams the village, engaging in trysts with various women. One of these women, Tereza (Cssia Kiss), is pregnant after their encounter, and she carries and gives birth to a dolphin child. Meanwhile, the men in the village are increasingly frustrated with the dolphin man because he frightens away fish.
Canada's Most Haunted 2 (2015)
Paranormal investigators visit haunted locations and encounter the terrifying spirits that reside there.
The Monster Maker (1944)
Mad scientist Dr. Markoff (J. Carrol Naish) becomes fascinated with Patricia (Wanda McKay), the daughter of concert pianist Anthony Lawrence (Ralph Morgan). When Lawrence presses Markoff to leave her alone, the doctor knocks him out and injects him with a secret serum that grotesquely distorts his features. Markoff offers to reverse the effects if Patricia will marry him, but Lawrence refuses the offer and confronts the doctor, whose tactics grow increasingly desperate.
Home for the Holidays (2005)
A loving aunt (Sean Young) struggles to adopt her young relatives after their parents die in a car accident.
Homer's hero (Kirk Douglas) recalls episodes of his odyssey: the Cyclops, Circe (Silvana Mangano), the sirens, the Trojan horse.
Slumber Party Massacre II (1987)
A teen (Crystal Bernard) and her friends are terrorized by a rock star (Atanas Ilitch) whose guitar is fitted with a drill bit.
The Time It Takes (2013)
During the end of the world, Jamila leaves her home to find a way to fix her fan.
The CIA sends a blonde (Lynda Aldon) to stop a bad agent in Colombia: she does it with 12 women convicts.
A student tries to discover why Florida townspeople develop hypertension and nearby fish exhibit strange behavior.
Hawaiian Rainbow (1987)
This documentary traces the rich history of Hawaiian music, beginning with its roots, long before Capt. James Cook's arrival in 1778 and the introduction of Western influence. Esteemed Hawaiian musicologist George Kanahele discusses the main genres and techniques of modern Hawaiian music -- including falsetto and slack key guitar -- and analyzes their development and influence and the unique combinations of instruments and traditions acquired through contact with foreign cultures.
Based on Mary Shelley's classic about young Dr. Frankenstein's obsession with the mysteries of life and death.
2B Perfectly Honest (2004)
Two men (Adam Trese, Andrew McCarthy) have different ways of coping with the untimely failure of their Internet business.
Battle of the Worlds (1961)
A dedicated scientist is pitted against an unknown enemy from space when an armed meteor is sent to destroy Earth.
Abandoned by their mother and rejected by a cousin, four children turn up at their cantankerous grandmother's (Anne Bancroft).
Treasure Island (1987)
Young Jim Hawkins is caught up with the pirate Long John Silver in search of the buried treasure of the buccaneer Capt. Flint.
The Shortest Day (1963)
Two Italian draftees go to the front during World War I and accidentally destroy Big Bertha, the kaiser's secret weapon.
The Outer Space Connection (1974)
Theories surrounding "ancient astronauts" who might have settled in the Peruvian Andes and the Bermuda Triangle.
Zombie Nightmare (1987)
Voodoo brings back a hit-and-run victim (Jon-Miki Thor), with a baseball bat, for revenge on rapists and a police chief (Adam West).
Vanya Nevakovich (Sergej Trifunovic) is an ex-Yugoslavian soldier turned reluctant criminal in New York City for what is supposed to be his last job -- a seemingly mundane drug deal. In a bizarre coincidence, the assignment leads him to cross paths with his ex-wife, Anna (Geno Lechner), with whom he is still obsessively in love, and her boyfriend, Dirk (Peter Gevisser), a police officer. When the deal goes horribly awry, Vanya takes Anna hostage, and the two reflect on their tumultuous past.
Blue Denim (1959)
Arthur (Brandon de Wilde) and Janet (Carol Lynley) are two teenagers in love. But their careless romance is thrown into jeopardy when Janet gets pregnant. They try to broach the matter with their emotionally remote parents, but are unable to make any headway. Arthur and Janet even try to get married -- but are turned away for being too young. As their window of opportunity narrows, Arthur begins the search for someone who can perform an illegal abortion.
The Neon Struggle (2016)
Filmmaker John C. Brown explores the death of American roadside art.
Icons of Light (2015)
A couple document their actions as they try to erase their existence to start over.
Jesusita en Chihuahua (1942)
A very unfeminine young woman does all kinds of tasks as a man while looking for a valient boyfriend.
Investigator of the Sankt Petersburg Police (1991)
Vladimir Putilin is on the case when the Austrian ambassador in St. Petersburg is murdered.
La Vida Difícil de una Mujer Fácil (1977)
The story of a prostitute who walks the streets in search of customers to satisfy them not only physically.
The Elite (2000)
After the murder of their families by a terrorist bomb, five young adults train to destroy terrorist groups.
No Te Mueras Sin Decirme Adonde Vas (1995)
An Argentine projectionist (Daro Grandinetti) meets a woman (Mariana Arias) from his dream, who claims they have been reincarnated.
Champ for a Day (1953)
A boxer (Alex Nicol) exposes the racketeers behind his manager's disappearance.
An Egyptologist (Lesley-Anne Down) finds danger and romance on her way to a tomb in the Valley of the Kings.
Lluvia roja (1950)
A colonel gets a reputation as bloodthirsty after fighting a group of rebels and revolutionaries.
Los Caifanes (1966)
Five men and a woman decide to find new ways to have fun without thinking about the effect it will have on their life.
The White Rose (1923)
Joseph, a wealthy Southern aristocrat, finishes seminary school and travels to New Orleans to see the world before he is assigned to a parish. He meets young and poor Bessie, and before long, she discovers she is pregnant.
The Invisible Dr. Mabuse (1960)
An FBI agent (Lex Barker) tracks power-mad Mabuse (Wolfgang Preiss), who has made himself invisible with "Operation X."
The Finnster (2010)
Finn, a young schoolboy, leads an uncomplicated life until the day he discovers his father enjoys wearing dresses. Now, he struggles with love and loyalty as he examines his father's identity and his own.
Sandokan Fights Back (1964)
The rightful ruler of Sarawak journeys with his friend and their soldiers to retake his throne from scheming usurpers.
In the mid-19th century, a marquis finds himself involved in a political conspiracy and tries to escape to Mexico.
Svart Lucia (1992)
Frightening occurrences surround a high-school student's crush on her literature teacher.
A man awakens from his death and finds that nothing, including himself, is what it appears to be.
Doctor Death, Seeker of Souls (1973)
A 1,000-year-old doctor (John Considine) with the secret to immortality must periodically transfer his soul to a new body.
Little Paradise (2013)
A war veteran, a misanthrope and an illegal immigrant seek salvation through two inexperienced drug dealers in a desert motel.
Phantom Kung Fu (1979)
The master of a deadly technique is hired by the Qing government to collect a manuscript and kill anyone who gets in his way.
Especially on Sunday (1991)
A dog-hater is pursued by an adorable mutt in one of a collection of tales set on the Adriatic coast.
Sky Devils (1932)
Two jokers fool their sergeant (William "Stage" Boyd) and wind up heroes in World War I France.
Master Minds (1949)
Inspired by a nagging toothache and a library book about Nostradamus' predictions, Sach (Huntz Hall) suddenly develops the ability to predict the future. Seeing a money-making opportunity, Slip (Leo Gorcey) and the rest of the Bowery Boys exhibit Sach as a sideshow freak. When mad scientist Dr. Druzik (Alan Napier) reads a newspaper article about Sach's abilities, he and henchman Otto (William Yetter) kidnap him to use in their latest experiment: creating the world's strongest man.
Face of the Screaming Werewolf (1959)
A scientist unwittingly awakens a bloodthirsty werewolf during his experiments with an ancient mummy.
Captain Z & the Terror of Leviathan (2014)
In 1714, Captain Zicari stops possessed townspeople from using an amulet to release a leviathan. Three hundred years later, Captain Zicari has to save Earth when the amulet falls into the wrong hands.
The Galloping Major (1951)
Retired British officer Maj. Arthur Hill (Basil Radford) comes up with a novel way to buy a racehorse -- he gets several hundred members of his local community to pitch in as equal part-owners. But things do not go smoothly. First, he manages to purchase the wrong horse, one that has more of an affinity for jumping than racing. Then, on the eve of his prized horse's participation in the Grand National race, the animal vanishes as bookmaker Bottomley (Sidney James) and others look on.
Alaska Sessions (2012)
Mike sells his house to buy an old fishing boat and embark on an epic surf adventure.
A San Francisco lawyer's (Scott Hylands) runaway wife (Katharine Ross) has a tragic affair with a veteran star (Jason Robards) of horror movies.
A series of short tales feature an immigrant cabby, his passengers and other individuals in crisis.
The Arnelo Affair (1947)
A lawyer's (George Murphy) wife (Frances Gifford) becomes the pawn of his client, a Chicago nightclub owner (John Hodiak) capable of murder.
Death to Prom (2013)
Two friends fall for the same guy and compete for an invitation to prom.
Mission Stardust (1968)
A major (Lang Jeffries) and his party return from the moon with two aliens (Essy Persson, John Karelsen) they then bring to Africa.
Nicolas invites several friends to spend New Year's Eve in his summer house. He flirts with all of the women until he falls into bed with Manuela, his best friend's girlfriend.
White Phantom (1985)
A foot fighter (Jay Roberts Jr.), a colonel (Bo Svenson) and a dancer (Page Leong) seek weapons-grade U.S. plutonium stolen by ninjas.
Tomboy and the Champ (1961)
A Texas teen (Candy Moore) wins a calf, raises it and enters it in a Chicago show where winners go to the slaughterhouse.
Sidewinder 1 (1977)
Romance sparks between a motocross rider (Michael Parks) and the sister (Susan Howard) of a motorcycle manufacturer.
The Frenchman's Son (1999)
A boy and his two grandmothers (Josiane Balasko, Fanny Ardant) flee from headhunters in the Brazilian rain forest.
Amateur Hour (1986)
Two runaways (Adam Nathan, Julie Hanlon) find work in a sleazy New York TV station and try to clean up programming.
Blake of Scotland Yard (1937)
Sir James Blake (Herbert Rawlinson) is called onto the case after an experimental death ray is stolen.
The Black Pearl (1978)
A Mexican boy finds a beautiful black pearl protected by a deadly manta.
Stream of Love (2013)
An elderly peasant woman decides to get married for a second time.
The Fighter (1983)
An unemployed millworker (Gregory Harrison) with a pregnant wife (Glynnis O'Connor) sees a chance to make a living as a prizefighter.
Flirting With Fate (1938)
Stranded in South America, a vaudeville comic (Joe E. Brown) tries to get his troupe home the only way he knows.
In this fact-based film, Emmett Foley (Gary Oldman) returns from Korea a hero, but when he cannot find gainful employment outside of the service, he decides the best way to provide for his wife, Mae (Frances McDormand), is to act crazy enough to get shot by the police, thereby providing her with insurance money. Instead, he's captured and placed in the Chattahoochee prison for the mentally ill, where, with fellow inmate Walker Benson (Dennis Hopper), he begins to fight for better conditions.
The Angry Dragon (1979)
Far East pimps are stopped by a chief detective who knows how to kick.
Call of the Yukon (1938)
A collie's courtship of a wolf-dog parallels that of a writer (Beverly Roberts) and a trapper (Richard Arlen).
Desperadoes Outpost (1952)
Rancher Nugget Clark (Eddy Waller) has seen thugs rob and destroy several of his stagecoaches, so he asks government gumshoe Rocky Lane (Allan "Rocky" Lane) for help. Working undercover as a stagecoach driver, Rocky determines that unethical locals Jim Boylan (Roy Barcroft) and Walter Fleming (Lyle Talbot) covet Nugget's valuable land, and that the crimes are part of a campaign to chase him away. Having diagnosed the problem, Rocky must now fix it.
A young man is forced to participate in a death race to save his mother.
Ghost Valley Raiders (1940)
A federal agent (Donald Barry) poses as a bandit to join a gang of stagecoach robbers.
Life After Life (2016)
The spirit of a deceased woman takes control of her son to ensure a tree is replanted correctly.
The Lady in Red (1979)
A farm girl (Pamela Sue Martin) turns to guns, sin and bathtub gin with gangster John Dillinger (Robert Conrad).