The Time Machine (1960)

In this popular adaptation of H.G. Wells' classic novel, Rod Taylor is a scientist in 1880s Victorian England who builds a vehicle to transport himself through time. He first travels to 1917 and the horror of World War I. Next, he sets his destination for 1940 and the start of World War II. From there he travels to a future London where he barely escapes nuclear holocaust. In his desperate escape, he sets his destination into the future and ends up in the year 802701, where he meets an innocent race of people living in an idyllic land...but this future may be the most dangerous of all his journeys in The Time Machine. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Special Effects.

The Great Gundown (1977)

The Great Gundown is a 1977 American Western film directed by Paul Hunt and written by Steve Fisher. The film stars Robert Padilla, Malila Saint Duval, Richard Rust, Steve Oliver, David Eastman, Stanley Adams and Rockne Tarkington. The film was released on August 4, 1977, by Embassy Pictures.

Trapped (2016)

Trapped is a 2016 documentary film about doctors who perform abortions in some states in the United States who have been fighting against so-called "TRAP laws" that have been enacted in their states. The film was directed by Dawn Porter, and premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, where it won a special jury social impact prize. The clinics the film focuses on are mostly located in the South, where there have been a higher number of anti-abortion laws enacted than in any other region of the United States. It was released theatrically on March 4, 2016 in New York City and Washington, DC. It aired on PBS's Independent Lens in June, 2016.

A Couch in New York (1996)

A Couch in New York (French title Un divan à New York) is a 1996 film about an anonymous exchange of apartments between a successful New York psychoanalyst and a young woman from Paris. It was written and directed by Chantal Akerman.

Froning: The Fittest Man in History (2015)

Rich Froning Jr entered the 2014 CrossFit Games competition with three consecutive victories, a feat that no other athlete had accomplished. After finding CrossFit in 2009, Froning began a history-making career, finishing second at the CrossFit Games in 2010 and dominating the competition for the next four years. His four titles, five trips to the podium, 16 event wins, 35 top-five event finishes and 45 top-10 event finishes are all records, and he’s revered in the community. Froning’s athletic prowess has been under the microscope for five years, but there’s much more to the man from Tennessee than snatches and pull-ups. In this in-depth documentary by Heber Cannon, take a look into the life and childhood of the fittest man in history, follow his quest to a fourth straight CrossFit Games championship, and see him as a son, a husband and a new father.

Licence to Kill (1989)

Licence to Kill is a 1989 American-British spy film, the sixteenth in the James Bond film series produced by Eon Productions, and the last to star Timothy Dalton in the role of the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. It is the first one not to use the title of an Ian Fleming story. It is also the fifth and final consecutive Bond film to be directed by John Glen, also the last film to star Robert Brown as M. The story has elements of two Ian Fleming short stories and a novel, interwoven with aspects from Japanese Rōnin tales. The film sees Bond being suspended from MI6 as he pursues drug lord Franz Sanchez, who has ordered an attack against his CIA friend Felix Leiter and the murder of Felix's wife during their honeymoon. Originally titled Licence Revoked in line with the plot, the name was changed during post-production due to American test audiences associating the term with driving.

The Long Haul (1957)

The Long Haul is a 1957 British drama film directed by Ken Hughes and starring Victor Mature, Patrick Allen and Diana Dors.

Man of the Year (1995)

Man of the Year (1995) is a mockumentary written and directed by and starring Dirk Shafer. The film is a fictionalized account of Shafer's reign as Playgirl magazine's 1992 "Man of the Year" and his struggle with reconciling his public persona as a sex symbol to women with his identity as a gay man. Shafer combines mock interviews (both with some of the actual people involved and with actors standing in for the actual people) with archive footage from Shafer's appearances on talk shows like Donahue, The Maury Povich Show and The Jerry Springer Show (along with an early appearance on Dance Fever) and recreations of events like his Playgirl photoshoots, his "fantasy date" with a Playgirl reader and the death of his friend Pledge Cartwright (played by actor Bill Brochtrup) of an AIDS-related illness to relate the story.

Marvin Hamlisch: What He Did For Love (2013)

The life and work of composer and conductor Marvin Hamlisch.

Song Of The Sea (2014)

Song of the Sea (Irish: Amhrán na Mara) is a 2014 animated fantasy drama film directed and co-produced by Tomm Moore, co-produced by Ross Murray, Paul Young, Stephen Roelants, Serge and Marc Ume, Isabelle Truc, Clement Calvet, Jeremie Fajner, Frederik Villumsen, and Claus Toksvig Kjaer, and written by Will Collins from Moore's story. It was an international co-production from Ireland, Belgium, Denmark, France, and Luxembourg, and is the second feature film by Cartoon Saloon. Song of the Sea follows the story of a 10-year-old Irish boy named Ben (David Rawle) who discovers that his mute sister Saoirse, whom he blames for the apparent death of his mother, is a selkie who has to free faerie creatures from the Celtic goddess Macha. Like other Saloon films, the film was hand-drawn. The film began production soon after the release of The Secret of Kells (2009), premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival on 6 September in the "TIFF Kids" programme. The film had a limited release in certain countries, but received overwhelming acclaim and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature at the 87th Academy Awards in 2015.

Mackintosh and T.J. (1976)

Mackintosh and T.J. is a 1975 American modern day Western film starring Roy Rogers in his last feature film appearance in a film that was specifically written for him. Prior to this film his most recent feature film appearances were in the Bob Hope films Son of Paleface (1952) and 1959's Alias Jesse James (a cameo).

Evidence (2011)

Evidence is a 2012 American found footage horror film directed and edited by Howie Askins and produced and written by Ryan McCoy, who also stars in the movie. The film also stars Brett Rosenberg, Abigail Richie, and Ashley Bracken.

Frontera (2014)

Frontera is a 2014 American drama film directed by Michael Berry. The film stars Eva Longoria, Michael Peña, Ed Harris and Amy Madigan.

Southern Fried Fencing (2014)

Andy Shaw, an eccentric fencing coach, moves from New York City to the deep South. The locals view him with a mixture of suspicion and curiosity until they realize the lessons he offers extend beyond the fencing strip.

The Emperor's Candlesticks (1937)

The Emperor's Candlesticks is a 1937 film starring William Powell and Luise Rainer, based on the novel of the same name by Baroness Orczy. It was directed by George Fitzmaurice. The film is a story about spies from opposing sides who fall in love in pre-revolutionary Russia.

Bounty Tracker (1993)

The murder of his FBI-protected brother sends a Boston manhunter (Lorenzo Lamas) into the Los Angeles underworld for revenge.

The Anarchist's Wife (2008)

The Anarchist's Wife (Spanish: La mujer del anarquista) is a 2008 Spanish-Franco-German film directed by Maria Noelle and Peter Sehr. The plot derives from the experience of a child's grandparents. Paloma's grandfather, an anarchist, fought in Madrid against Francisco Franco's Nationalists during the Spanish Civil War. He was deported to a concentration camp, then fought for the French Resistance. His wife, with two young children, never gave up hope of seeing him again. The film premiered at the Valladolid Film Festival on October 25, 2008. The film was released in Spain under the name La Mujer Del Anarquista and in Germany as Die Frau des Anarchisten.

Cut Her Out (2016)

After the death of her mother, an abused woman (Natalie Jones) returns to her family home with her therapist (Denton Blane Everett) to start her journey toward healing.

Aces and Eights (1936)

A cardsharp comes to the aid of a Mexican family.

Wedding Rehearsal (1932)

Wedding Rehearsal is a 1932 British romantic comedy film starring Roland Young as a bachelor forced to seek a wife.

Alberto Express (1990)

Alberto Express is a 1990 French comedy film directed by Arthur Joffé. It was coproduced with Italy, where it was released as In viaggio con Alberto. For his performance Sergio Castellitto was awarded at Montreal World Film Festival.

Lucky Jim (1957)

Lucky Jim is a 1957 British comedy film directed by John Boulting and starring Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas and Hugh Griffith. It is an adaptation of the 1954 novel Lucky Jim by Kingsley Amis.

Doc, Hands of Steel (1965)

Doc, Hands of Steel (Spanish: Doc, manos de plata, Italian: L'uomo dalla pistola d'oro, also known as The Man Who Came to Kill and Man with the Golden Pistol) is a 1965 Spanish-Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Alfonso Balcázar.

Daniel Boone, Trail Blazer (1956)

Daniel Boone, Trail Blazer is a 1956 American action film co-produced and directed by Albert C. Gannaway and Ismael Rodríguez and starring Bruce Bennett, Lon Chaney Jr. and Faron Young. The film was shot in Trucolor in Mexico. It was released by Republic Pictures at the height of the Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier craze.

The Edge (2011)

Members of an adolescent gang step up their harassment of a new doctor (Melvil Poupaud) whom they suspect was involved in the hit-and-run death of one of their friends.

Mockingbird (2014)

Mockingbird is a 2014 American found footage horror film that was written and directed by Bryan Bertino. The film was released to video on demand on October 7, 2014 and was given a DVD and Blu-ray release on October 21 of the same year. It stars Todd Stashwick, Alexandra Lydon, and Barak Hardley as three people that have been given video cameras with the instructions to film their daily activities for a strange contest.

Lured Innocence (2000)

A reporter (Devon Gummersall) sent to cover a murder trial discovers a web of deceit stemming from a torrid affair.

Beethoven's Treasure Tail (2014)

Get ready to howl with laughter in this all-new family comedy starring America’s favorite St. Bernard, the one and only Beethoven! After a doggone disaster of a movie shoot, the big-hearted pooch and his trainer, Eddie (Jonathan Silverman, Beethoven’s Big Break), are heading home when they get stranded in a small coastal village. When Beethoven befriends a local boy (Bretton Manley), he helps him find a pirate map to lost treasure and together they em-bark on an adventure that brings the whole town together. Co-starring Morgan Fairchild (Flamingo Road), Kristy Swanson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Bretton Manley (Ted), and Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator), it’s a heartwarming “tail” about finding fun wherever your nose leads you.

The Listening Project (2008)

Four Americans travel the world to listen to people in foreign countries discussing the United States.

Senza Nessuna Pieta (2014)

Without Pity (Italian: Senza nessuna pietà) is a 2014 Italian crime-thriller film co-written and directed by Michele Alhaique. It was screened in the Horizons section at the 71st Venice International Film Festival.

El padre (2016)

An Ojibwe teen, alone in caring for his younger sister, is down to his last dollar and facing eviction. Searching for a safe place on the reservation will be harder than he ever imagined.

In ascolto (2006)

The Listening (In ascolto) is a movie based on the mass surveillance operations conducted by the National Security Agency (NSA) with the aid of private corporations. It was Italian director Giacomo Martelli's debut movie and explored the dire consequences that can arise due to excessive corporate influence on a government agency set up for mass surveillance.

Reflections (2008)

An agent (Timothy Hutton) tracks a notorious serial killer in Europe.

Il ritorno di Cagliostro (2003)

The Return of Cagliostro is a 2003 Italian mockumentary-comedy film directed by Daniele Ciprì and Franco Maresco.

Invincible Super Chan (1971)

A vengeful kung fu swordsman sheds the tranquility of retirement to avenge his slain master.

Dark Intruder (1965)

Dark Intruder is a 1965 horror film made for TV that was released theatrically, and starring Leslie Nielsen, Mark Richman and Judi Meredith. The film is set in San Francisco in 1890 concerning playboy sleuth and occult expert Brett Kingsford (Nielsen). This atmospheric black-and-white film is only 59 minutes long, was directed by Harvey Hart, and was the pilot for a failed television series called The Black Cloak and was written by Barré Lyndon.

How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck... (1976)

How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck (German: Beobachtungen zu einer neuen Sprache, literally "Observations of a New Language") is a 1976 documentary film by German director Werner Herzog, produced by Werner Herzog Filmproduktion. It is a 44-minute film documenting the World Livestock Auctioneer Championship held in New Holland, Pennsylvania. Herzog has said that he believes auctioneering to be "the last poetry possible, the poetry of capitalism." Herzog describes the auctioneering as an "extreme language ... frightening but quite beautiful at the same time." Herzog used two of the featured auctioneers as actors in his later film Stroszek. Cinematographer Edward Lachman got his start working with Herzog on this film; he would work on La Soufrière (1977) shortly after.

Shootout at Lokhandwala (2007)

Shootout at Lokhandwala is a 2007 Indian action crime film directed by Apoorva Lakhia. It is based upon the 1991 Lokhandwala Complex shootout, a real-life gun battle between gangsters and Mumbai Police.

God Willing (2015)

God Willing (Italian: Se Dio vuole) is a 2015 Italian comedy film directed by Edoardo Falcone.

The Houses October Built (2014)

The Houses October Built is a 2014 American found footage horror film and the directorial debut of Bobby Roe, who also starred in the movie. It was produced by Zack Andrews (who also starred) and Steven Schneider, whose hits include Paranormal Activity, Insidious, The Devil Inside and M. Night Shyamalan's The Visit and Split. The film was given a limited theatrical release on October 10, 2014 and was released to home video on January 6, 2015. Filming partially took place at several haunted house attractions, which Roe would later include in a list of "America's Scariest Haunted Houses" that he released as marketing material for the film. A sequel, The Houses October Built 2, also directed by Roe and reprising some of the original cast, will be released in late 2017.

Star Runners (2009)

Star Runners is a 2009 Sci Fi channel original film, directed by Mat King and written by Rafael Jordan, and starring Connor Trinneer, James Kyson Lee, Toni Trucks, Aja Evans and Michael Culkin.

Prairie Express (1947)

A cowboy (Johnny Mack Brown) rescues brother-and-sister freighters from a railroad villain.

Preppies (1984)

Preppies is a 1984 comedy written and directed by Chuck Vincent. The film is ranked Number 45 in GamesRadar's 50 Best Sex Comedies, a list including "Annie Hall" and "The Graduate", and in 2013 Complex magazine rated it Number 42 in their 50 Best Raunchy Teen Comedies, above several better known major studio films.

Laughter in the Dark (1969)

Laughter in the Dark (French: La Chambre obscure) is a 1969 French-British drama film directed by Tony Richardson and starring Nicol Williamson and Anna Karina. It is based on the novel of the same name by Vladimir Nabokov. Nicol Williamson was brought in as a very late replacement for Richard Burton, who had already shot several scenes. The director, Tony Richardson, found Burton's lack of punctuality intolerable. For the film, the story’s setting was changed from nineteen-thirties Berlin to the swinging London of the sixties. The film drew respectable reviews, but for reasons that are unclear, it was subsequently removed from distribution. The film has only twice been shown on British television, (in 1974 and 1981 on BBC2), and has not been released on video or DVD. Laszlo Papas was slated to direct a 1986 remake of the film which would have starred Mick Jagger as Axel Rex and Rebecca De Mornay as the young seductress; De Mornay was replaced by Maryam d'Abo after disagreements with the director, but ultimately the project went nowhere and the film was never made.

Sweet Kitty Bellairs (1930)

Sweet Kitty Bellairs is a 1930 American musical comedy film directed by Alfred E. Green. The film is based on the 1900 novel, The Bath Comedy by Agnes Caste and Egerton Castle. Shot entirely in Technicolor, the film stars Claudia Dell, Ernest Torrence and, Walter Pidgeon and is set in Bath, England in 1793. The novel was first adapted for the stage by David Belasco in 1903 and starred Henrietta Crosman. A silent film adaptation starring Mae Murray followed in 1916.

Romance (2008)

Peter falls in love with Ana, with whom he co-stars in a play with. When she agrees to do a soap opera , the relationship is shook up by the success of the actress on television and is complicated when she falls for another actor.

Martin's Day (1985)

A psychologist (Lindsay Wagner) helps Canadian police chase an eccentric escaped convict (Richard Harris) and a kidnapped boy (Justin Henry).

Bhindi Baazaar (2011)

Childhood friends Tez and Fateh are associated with a powerful gangster, Mamu. However, their friendship goes through a rough patch after Mamu dies unexpectedly.

La Terre (1921)

The Earth is a silent film based on the novel of the same name by Émile Zola. It was directed by French theatre manager, André Antoine.

The Expert (1932)

The Expert is a 1932 comedy-drama directed by Archie Mayo and starring Chic Sale and Dickie Moore. It is based on a 1924 Edna Ferber play, Minick. The working title for this film was Old Man Minick. It was produced and distributed by Warner Brothers. The Library of Congress holds a print.

La peau de chagrin (2010)

In 19th-century France, a man (Thomas Coumans) magically has his wishes come true but at a price that shortens his life.

Kartavya (1995)

Kartavya is a 1995 Indian action film directed by Raj Kanwar, starring Sanjay Kapoor and Juhi Chawla. Divya Bharti was chosen as the female lead, she completed some 30 percent of the movie, but due to her sudden death she was replaced by Juhi.

Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam (1995)

Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam (1996) is a feature-length documentary film by Nick Broomfield. It is an examination of the woman herself, Broomfield attempting to uncover if she truly is a 'horrible person', and what made her that way. The film ends up an account of the power struggle between Fleiss, another Madam named Alex, and Fleiss' former lover Ivan Nagy, himself allegedly involved in prostitution. Furthermore, the destructive relationship between Fleiss and Nagy is discussed, a sort of mutual aggressiveness that both seem to find appealing.

The Man Nobody Knew: In Search Of My Father, Cia Spymaster William Colby (2011)

The Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster William Colby is a 2011 American documentary film exploring the life and career of former CIA director William Egan Colby. His son Carl Colby narrated and directed it; David Johnson produced.

Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner (2013)

Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner is a 2013 documentary about film and theater director and actor Andre Gregory.

Company Business (1991)

Company Business is a 1991 spy film, written and directed by Nicholas Meyer and starring Gene Hackman and Mikhail Baryshnikov.

The Outriders (1950)

The Outriders is a 1950 Technicolor Western film starring Joel McCrea and Arlene Dahl.

Trace (2015)

When some friends experiment with EVP at a party, they find themselves terrorized by a force from another realm.

Christmas Trade (2015)

A widowed workaholic attorney and his 12-year-old son switch bodies.

Has Anybody Seen My Gal (1952)

Has Anybody Seen My Gal? 1952 comedy film directed by Douglas Sirk and starring Piper Laurie, Rock Hudson, Charles Coburn, and Gigi Perreau. Set in the 1920s, the film leans heavily on period detail, such as flappers, the Charleston and raccoon coats. It is named for the jazz song Has Anybody Seen My Gal? which was a hit for The California Ramblers during the '20s. Though the song is sung during the movie, its lyrics have no particular relation to the plot.

The Legend Still Lives: 30 Years of Madman (2010)

Retrospective interviews with the cast and crew of the '80s slasher classic.

Tómbola (1962)

Tómbola (in Latin America released as Los enredos de Marisol) is a 1961 Spanish musical film. It was the third movie to star child singer and actress Marisol.

God's Lonely Man (1996)

A fired Los Angeles porn-shop manager (Michael Wyle) kills his pusher, befriends a troubled teen (Heather McComb) and seeks revenge on those who harmed her.

Broken Angel (2008)

Broken Angel (Turkish: Meleğin Sırları) is an adaptation of the novel 'Windy City' (Ruzgarli Sehir), the film tells the real-life story of Ebru, a Turkish girl who came to America in the 1980s and fell prey to the image of fame and fortune. It was directed by Aclan Bates.

Crook's Tour (1941)

Crook's Tour is a 1941 British film directed by John Baxter featuring Charters and Caldicott. It is adapted from a BBC radio serial of the same name.

Stop, You're Killing Me (1952)

There was also a Two Ronnies mini-series of this name. Stop, You're Killing Me is a 1952 film directed by Roy Del Ruth. It stars Broderick Crawford and Claire Trevor.

Sin in the Suburbs (1964)

Geraldine Lewis, a lonely housewife and mother who distracts herself with racy friends and a secret affair. Discovered in the arms of another man, Geraldine immerses herself in a secret sex club, only to make a shocking discovery!

Kung Fu Brother (2014)

Three cops and a reporter pursue a murderer who's hellbent on acquiring sacred scrolls.

Matlock: The Scam (1995)

Atlantic lawyer Matlock sidelines plans to attend a class reunion when his associate is framed for murder.

The Tall Stranger (1957)

The Tall Stranger is a 1957 American western film directed by Thomas Carr and starring Joel McCrea, Virginia Mayo and Barry Kelley. It is based on the novel of the same name by Louis L'Amour.

Shadowzone (1990)

After someone is killed in the subterranean project called

Abducted: A Father's Love (1996)

An "Underground Mothers" movement helps hide a man (Chris Noth) who took his baby daughter from his neglectful estranged wife (Loryn Locklin).

Germans & Jews (2016)

Following Germany's transformation as a society from the Holocaust to becoming the moral leader of Europe as the country embraces hundreds of thousands of refugees.

The Initiation of Sarah (1978)

A withdrawn young girl joins an unpopular sorority in college. It turns out she has psychic and telekinetic powers, and she uses them against a rival sorority.

Zombie 3 (1988)

When a terrorist’s body, infected with a stolen chemical, is cremated by the US military, a virus is unintentionally released into the atmosphere over a small island.

7 uomini d'oro (1965)

Seven Golden Men (Italian: Sette uomini d'oro) is a 1965 Italian crime-comedy film directed by Marco Vicario. A film about a bank heist, it follows a gang of men and one woman. It followed the same story line as Topkapi. It has a sequel, Seven Golden Men Strike Again.

Code Breakers (2005)

Code Breakers is an ESPN Original Entertainment television film that was first broadcast December 10, 2005 at 9 pm ET on ESPN and ESPN HD. The movie followed the Heisman Trophy presentation.

The Corpse Vanishes (1942)

The Corpse Vanishes is a 1942 American mystery and horror film starring Bela Lugosi, directed by Wallace Fox, and written by Harvey Gates. Lugosi portrays a mad scientist who injects his aging wife (played by Elizabeth Russell) with fluids from virginal young brides in order to preserve her beauty. Luana Walters as a journalist and Tristram Coffin as a small town doctor investigate and solve the disappearances of the brides. The film was later the subject of a Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode.

The Two Little Bears (1961)

The Two Little Bears is a 1961 American comedy film directed by Randall Hood and written by George W. George. The film stars Eddie Albert, Jane Wyatt, Soupy Sales, Butch Patrick, Donnie Carter and Jimmy Boyd. The film was released on November 1, 1961, by 20th Century Fox.

Legends Of Oz: Dorothy's Return (2013)

In the latest chapter in the Oz legacy, Dorothy returns to Kansas only to find it devastated by the tornado that had whisked her away to Oz. The home she has been so desperate to return to is severely damaged and the townspeople are packing up and moving out. But shortly after arriving, she is magically transported back to Oz. She finds out that Oz is in trouble and the people there need her help. Dorothy's old friends have disappeared and Oz is in a state of decay. As she journeys to find her friends, she encounters a number of new companions (and lots of problems).

Apartment 12 (2002)

Alex (Mark Ruffalo), a self-absorbed young painter, is having a bad day. He doesn't get the art show he's been expecting, his girlfriend kicks him out, and he finds himself living in a low rent Hollywood apartment with an ironclad lease. Rejected, dejected, and surrounded by an assortment of neighbors he'd rather avoid, his downward spiraling life takes a turn when Lori (Beth Ulrich), a country girl from Colorado, (and fresh out of the Air Force), moves in across the hall. It soon becomes apparent to Alex though, that as convenient as it is to date someone across the hall, it's even more inconvenient to have her still living there when you try to break up.

Act Of Vengeance (1974)

Five raped women band together to form a "Rape Squad" avenge themselves on the sadistic man who attacked them and who gets off by forcing the women to sing "Jingle Bells" as he assaults them.

Under the Bridges (1946)

Under the Bridges (German: Unter den Brücken) is a 1946 German drama film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Hannelore Schroth, Carl Raddatz and Gustav Knuth. The film was shot in Berlin during the summer of 1944, but was not released until after the defeat of Nazi Germany. It premiered in Locarno in September 1946, and wasn't released in Germany until 1950 when it was picked up for distribution by Gloria Film. The film uses poetic realism to portray the everyday lives and romances of two Havel boatmen.

Bloody Wednesday (1987)

Bloody Wednesday is a thriller movie based on the events of the San Ysidro McDonald's massacre and was directed by Mark G. Gilhuis.

A Prize of Arms (1962)

A Prize of Arms is a 1962 British crime film directed by Cliff Owen and starring Stanley Baker, Helmut Schmid, Patrick Magee and Tom Bell with early appearances by several actors including Fulton Mackay, Tom Adams and Rodney Bewes. Set in 1956, the film follows a criminal gang as it tries to rob an army pay convoy during the Suez Crisis.

Bugs on the Menu (2016)

Insects as a food source for the world's growing population.

Black & White: The Dawn of Justice (2014)

Black & White: The Dawn of Justice (痞子英雄2:黎明升起) is a 2014 Chinese-Taiwanese 3D crime action film directed by Tsai Yueh-Hsun. The film is a prequel to Black & White (2009) and a sequel to Black & White Episode I: The Dawn of Assault (2012). It was released on October 1 in China and on October 2 in Taiwan. The film stars Mark Chao and Lin Gengxin, with a special appearance by Huang Bo.

Hidden Obsession (1993)

Someone other than an escaped killer is stalking a TV anchorwoman (Heather Thomas) on vacation in the woods.

Paul à Québec (2015)

Paul à Québec is a Canadian drama film from Quebec, directed by François Bouvier and released in 2015. Based on Michel Rabagliati's graphic novel of the same title, the film stars François Létourneau and Julie LeBreton as Paul and Lucie, a happily-married couple struggling to cope with Lucie's father Roland's (Gilbert Sicotte) diagnosis with terminal pancreatic cancer. The cast also includes Louise Portal, Bobby Beshro, Brigitte Lafleur, Myriam LeBlanc, Julien Poulin, Mathieu Quesnel, Patrice Robitaille, Nathaly Thibault and Karine Vanasse. Rabagliati originally approached Bouvier about adapting either Paul à Québec or Paul a un travail d'été for film, because he was a fan of Bouvier's earlier film Winter Stories (Histoires d'hiver). Around the same time as that personal contact, Karine Vanasse and Nathalie Brigitte Bustos, two of the film's producers, approached La Pastèque, Rabagliati's publisher, to inquire about optioning film rights to Paul à Quebec. Sicotte won the Québec Cinéma award for Best Actor at the 18th Quebec Cinema Awards.

Apache Woman (1955)

Apache Woman is a 1955 Western directed by Roger Corman. It was one of two Westerns he made for American International Pictures, the other being The Oklahoma Woman (1955).

Way of the Vampire (2005)

In his quest to reincarnate his bitten ladylove, 19th-century vampire-hunter Dr. Abraham Van Helsing (Rhett Giles) becomes an immortal. Decades later, when blood-drained bodies begin arriving at the hospital where Van Helsing works in contemporary Los Angeles, the good doctor recruits and trains a new batch of vampire hunters. With the help of the Rev. Cefalu (Anthony Turk), Van Helsing and his team struggle to find and destroy Sebastien (Andreas Beckett) -- the last of Dracula's line.

Murder by Contract (1958)

Claude is a ruthless and efficient contract killer - until he finds his next target is a woman.

A Million To One (1937)

A Million to One is a 1937 American drama film directed by Lynn Shores and written by John T. Neville. The film stars Bruce Bennett, Joan Fontaine, Reed Howes, Monte Blue, Kenneth Harlan and Suzanne Kaaren. The film was released on March 3, 1937, by Puritan Pictures. Bennett is billed as Herman Brix, which was his given name and the one he used as an athlete while competing in football and the 1928 Summer Olympics.

Shaolin Wooden Men (1976)

Shaolin Wooden Men is a 1976 Hong Kong action film, directed by Chen Chi-Hwa. It was made at Lo Wei's studio at Golden Harvest, during the post-Bruce Lee era. During this time Hong Kong film producers, including Lo, tried in vain to find "the next Bruce Lee".

House of Horrors (1946)

House of Horrors (also known as Murder Mansion, The Sinister Shadow and Joan Medford is Missing) is a 1946 American film noir horror film released by Universal Pictures, starring Rondo Hatton as a madman named "The Creeper." It was filmed in September 1945. An entire series of Creeper movies had been planned, with this being the first, and The Brute Man (1946) being the second. However, the sudden death of the main star, Rondo Hatton, prevented any future pictures from being made. Hatton died of complications from acromegaly before either film was released; it is not known how many films were planned.

Another Pair of Aces: Three of a Kind (1991)

A con-man safecracker (Willie Nelson) and his Texas Ranger buddy (Kris Kristofferson) help a retired Ranger (Rip Torn) accused of murder.

Charlie Bubbles (1967)

Albert Finney directs and stars in Charlie Bubbles, an offbeat comedy-drama featuring Liza Minnelli in her first major role. Charlie Bubbles (Finney), a fabulously rich but unhappy writer whose bored with his great success, lives in a large London townhouse where he wastes away the hours drunk and debauched with his secretary (Minnelli) and servants. Reminded that he promised to spend some time with his son, Charlie drives to Manchester where his angry ex-wife (Whitelaw) and the eight-year-old boy live on a farm. Hoping to rekindle the human emotions that burned out long ago, Charlie must decide which of his two worlds suits him the best in this unique and engaging film.